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Abstract

These documents are principally of Pennsylvania interest, 1757-1809, including letters to Richard I. Manning from John C. Calhoun, Marquis de Lafayette, George McDuffie, and William Wirt. There are also letters of Clement C. Biddle, James Buchanan, Francis J. Grund, James Madison, Timothy Pickering, and William H. Seward. In addition, there are several musical scores (n.d.) and 19 cancelled checks (1861-1871) drawn by Ticknor and Fields in Boston, to the order of various American authors.

Background note

Elizabeth F. Dawes (1886-1989) was a collector of American documents, who sold a miscellaneous collection of American documents to the American Philosophical Society on August 29, 1957 for $350.00. She may have inherited at least part of the rich and varied collection from her father James H. Dawes, who was a scion of a wealthy and socially active Philadelphia family. His mother, who died in February 1922, was born in Sumter, South Carolina, the daughter of a Confederate soldier. She was devoted to charity and fund-raising and active in educational work, especially among young women in southern mountain districts.

Scope and content

This is a rich and varied collection of ninety-six documents on American history, spanning the years 1681-1921. A major focus is Pennsylvania, 1769-1865, including news clippings, a lottery ticket, correspondence of the Pennsylvania Revolutionary soldier Clement Biddle, the Philadelphia diplomat and editor Francis Grund; and the U.S. President and Lancaster county native James Buchanan. There are also official documents and autographs of early Pennsylvania governors. Other materials in the collection vary considerably by creator, geography and genre . The creators include (among other non-Pennsylvanians) the French Revolutionary War general, the Marquis de Lafayette; U.S. President James Madison, South Carolina governors Richard I. Manning and George McDuffie, South Carolina congressman and statesman John C. Calhoun, the longest serving U.S. Attorney General William Wirt and Lincoln’s Secretary of State William H. Seward. There are also nine musical scores (n.d.) and 19 cancelled checks (1861-1871) drawn by Ticknor and Fields Publishers in Boston, to the order of various American authors. Table of contents available.

Collection information

General physical description

77 items.

Naval History Note

There is at least one item in this collection which may be of interest to naval historians:

Johnson, Richard M. Letter to the Secretary of the Navy. 1840 June 11. Makes a request. 1 pages.

Early American History Note

This is a collection of miscellaneous documents from early America. The earliest documents come from the early 18th century and the latest from the Civil War era. The collection contains a few documents from the revolutionary period, most of which are official governments documents or deal with business transactions. There is one long letter from Robert McPherson, a member of the Pennsylvania Flying Camp, that describes his experience. Perhaps reflecting her ancestral home, the collection contains a small but notable collection of materials from South Carolina, including a very early letter from Francis Le Jau and letters from the Marquis de Lafayette about an expected trip to South Carolina. There are a significant number of documents from Pennsylvania, especially legal documents, from the early republic. The letters from Clement Biddle, a former revolutionary war soldier, also provide insight on early national Indian relations Finally, there are also some significant autographs collected, including a Massachusetts legal form with the signature of John Adams, a letter from James Madison to the Mississippi Territory around the time of the Louisiana Purchase, and letters from Civil War era figures like John Calhoun (a rich letter in which Calhoun discusses his views on tariffs and nullification), James Buchanan, and William Seward.

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • Ticknor and Fields.

Genre(s)

  • Business Records and Accounts
  • General Correspondence
  • Miscellaneous
  • Musical scores.
  • Official Government Documents and Records

Geographic Name(s)

  • Pennsylvania -- History -- 18th century.

Personal Name(s)

  • Biddle, Clement C., (Clement Cornell), 1784-1855
  • Buchanan, James, 1791-1868
  • Calhoun, John C., (John Caldwell), 1782-1850
  • Dawes, Elizabeth F.,collector.
  • Grund, Francis J. , (Francis Joseph), 1804-1863
  • Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis de, 1757-1834
  • Madison, James, 1751-1836
  • Manning, Richard Irvine, 1789-1836
  • McDuffie, George, 1790-1851
  • Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829
  • Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872
  • Wirt, William, 1772-1834

Subject(s)

  • American Revolution
  • Colony and State Specific History
  • Early National Politics
  • Native America
  • Pennsylvania History
  • Publishers and publishing.


Detailed Inventory
Papers
  
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench.
Judgement on a case
Feb. 15, [1681] OS

Parchment. 1p. and end. Note: document on parchment mover to extra oversize storage, 3/1998. English translation of document found in regular size files.

Le Jau, Francis, 1665-1717.
Petition to the governor of South Carolina, Charles Craven;
[1712?]12x7-1/4

D.S. 1p.,end.by Charles Craven. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 12x7-1/4

Green, Edward.
Statement of lands to the surveyor of Dorchester county, Maryland;
Jan. 24, 175712x7-1/2

D. 1p.and end. (see Mrs.E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 12x7-1/2

Borden, Joseph.
Letter to Abraham Cottenham, Trenton;
July 25, 176611-1/2x8

Bordentown, A.L.S. 1p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Business.

General physical description: 11-1/2x8

1766-1767, List of court cases
1766-1767 
1769 October 2 - 9 Newspaper fragments
1769 October 2-9 
Lottery ticket
1773 

1 item-Pettie's Island Mill and Cash Lottery signed by Benjamin Wallace

Letter to David Grier
Probably 1776 

To David Grier in the Sixth Battalion of the Pennsylvania forces in Ham Morrison, Canada

United States. Continental Congress..
Order to James Mease to Pay W[illia]m Irvine
Feb. 1, 17779x8

Philadelphia, D.S.: Rob[er]t Morris, Geo[rge] Clymer, W[illia]m Irvine, and certified as a true copy, Joseph Howell; March 20, 1787. 1p.and end. Copy. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history)

General physical description: 9x8

M'Pherson, Robert, 1730-1789.
Letter to David Grier, Camp;
June 20, 17777-1/4x6

A.L.S. 2p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Friendly letter. Concerning the war.

General physical description: 7-1/4x6

Pennsylvania. Attorney General's Office.
Concerning a court case over wood;
March, 17797x8-3/4

D.S.: Jonat[han] D. Sergent, Attny.Genl., Stephen Bolliet and Jno.Currie, witnesses. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes Misc.papers on Amerian history.)

General physical description: 7x8-3/4

Reed, Joseph, 1741-1785.
Order to David Rittenhouse to Pay George Bryan;
Nov. 5, 17796x7-1/4

Philadelphia, D.S. 1p.and end.by George Bryan. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 6x7-1/4

Davis, John, 1721-1809.
Letter to David Greer [Grier];
Oct. 5, 17808x7

Carlisle, L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc. Papers on American history.) Wants flour.

General physical description: 8x7

Smith, James, ca.1719-1806.
Note to William Brown;
May 18, 17815-1/2x6-1/2

Philadelphia, N.S.: Jas.Smith and Wm.L.Livingston. 1p.and end.by Wm.Trent. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Business.

General physical description: 5-1/2x6-1/2

Massachusetts.
Bond to Frederick Obluskey;
Jan. 1, 17827-3/4x9-1/2

Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: John Adams Treas.and M.L. Davies. 1p.,end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 7-3/4x9-1/2

McConaughy, John.
Deed to James Russell and Francis McNutt;
March 11, 178313-1/4x16-3/4

York co., Printed D.filled in in ms. S.: John McConaughy, witnessed: Robert Chambers and Robert Chambers, jr. Entered by Archd. McClean, Recorder. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc. Papers on American history.)

General physical description: 13-1/4x16-3/4

Pennsylvania.
Order to sheriff of York county;
Jan. 25, 17854x13-1/4

York, Printed D.filled in in ms.S: Arch[ibal]d McClean. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

General physical description: 4x13-1/4

Paca, William, 1740-1799.
Letter to [William Stevenson?];
April 29, 17858x6

L.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history) Business.

General physical description: 8x6

Pennsylvania.
Order to the sheriff of York county;
April 30, 17853-1/2x14

York, Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: Arch[ibal]d McClean. 1p.and end.by W[illia]m Barclay, Sheriff; July 3, 1785. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3-1/2x14

Lansing, John, 1754-1829.
Letter to Jeremiah Van Rensselaer and Henry Stout(?), Montgomery Co.;
June 26, 178612-3/4x8-1/4

A.L.S. 2p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Business.

General physical description: 12-3/4x8-1/4

South Carolina. Attorney General's Office.
Order to arrest William Davis;
July 4, 17867-1/4x13

Charleston, Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: Tho[ma]s Heyward and DeSaussure. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

General physical description: 7-1/4x13

Conway, Henry Seymour, 1721-1795.
Letter to Sir G. Yonge;
Feb. 6, 17889-1/4x7-1/2

A.L.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers. on American history.) Business.

General physical description: 9-1/4x7-1/2

Philadelphia. Jury.
Report on Samuel Shorten;
Dec., 17918-1/4x6-3/4

Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: Jared Ingersoll, Atty.Genl.and witnessed by George Hocken, George Shaffer and James West. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 8-1/4x6-3/4

Moultrie, Alexander.
Letter to ----;
Aug. 9, 17918-3/4x7-1/4

Charleston, A.L.S. 5p.and end. Written in an abbreviated form. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning public affairs.

General physical description: 8-3/4x7-1/4

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814.
Letter to Cha[rle]s Campbell;
June 16, 179215-1/4x9-1/2

Philadelphia, L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Arms for Indian troubles. On same sheet as letters from C. Biddle to G.McCulley and to Findlay [incomplete], of same date.

General physical description: 15-1/4x9-1/2

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814.
Letter to [William] Findlay;
June 16, 179215-1/4x9-1/2

Philadelphia. L. 1p. Incomplete. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Arms for Indian troubles. On same sheet as letter from C.Biddle to McCulley and to Campbell, both of same date.

General physical description: 15-1/4x9-1/2

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814.
Letter to George McCulley;
June 16, 179215-1/4x9-1/2

Philadelphia, L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Arms for Indian troubles. On same sheet are letters from C.Biddle to G.Campbell and to Findlay [incomplete], both of same date.

General physical description: 15-1/4x9-1/2

Mifflin, Thomas, 1744-1800.
Pardon granted to John Griffith;
Aug. 22, 179413x7-3/4

Philadelphia, D.S.: Thos. Mifflin and James Trimble, Deputy Secy. 2p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 13x7-3/4

Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829.
Letter to the governor of Pennsylvania;
June 20, 179510x8-1/4

L.S. 2p.and add.,end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning Indian troubles in Pennsylvania. Refers to Biddle and G.Washington.

General physical description: 10x8-1/4

Pickett, George.
Order to George Simpson to pay money to Gen. Henry Lee;
Jan. 12, 17984-1/2x7-1/2

Richmond, D.S. 1p.and end.by Henry Lee. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 4-1/2x7-1/2

Mifflin, Thomas, 1744-1800.
Pardon granted to James Farrell;
Aug. 10, 179816x10

Philadelphia, Printed D.filled in in ms.S: Thos.Mifflin and James Trimble, dep. secy. 1p. and end. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 16x10

Smith, Thomas P., (Thomas Peters), 1777 or 1778-1802 .
Order to Peter Boynton;
Dec. 30, 17994x8

A.D.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 4x8

Few, William, 1748-1828.
Power of attorney;
Feb. 8, 180013x7-3/4

D.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history)

General physical description: 13x7-3/4

Madison, James, 1751-1836.
Letter to the governor of the Mississippi Territory, Natchez;
June 5, 18049-3/4x8

Washington, L.S. 1p.and add.,end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Forwards government publications.

General physical description: 9-3/4x8

Biddle, Clement, 1740-1814.
Letter to Thomas McKean, Lancaster;
March 2, 180810x8

Philadelphia, A.L.S. 2p.and add.,end. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning damage to public arms.

General physical description: 10x8

Snyder, Simon, 1759-1819.
Autographs (2);
Aug. 18, 1812 

A.D.S. 2p. Various sizes. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

Hiester, Joseph, 1752-1832.
Commission to William Anderson;
Aug. 1, 181411-1/2x15-1/4

Philadelphia, Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: Joseph Hiester and James Trimble. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

General physical description: 11-1/2x15-1/4

Findlay, William, 1768-1846.
Autograph;
Dec. 14, 18183-3/4x4-1/4

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3-3/4x4-1/4

Wirt, William, 1772-1834.
Letter to ----;
April, 18229-3/4x7-3/4

Washington, A.L.S. 2p.and end.with newspaper clipping on the death of Wirt. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on America history.) Concerning a court case.

General physical description: 9-3/4x7-3/4

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis de, 1757-1834.
Letter to R[ichard] I[rvine] Manning, S.C.
Dec. 15, 18249-3/4x7-3/4

Washington, A.L.S. 1p.and add.,end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Will visit in March.

General physical description: 9-3/4x7-3/4

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis de, 1757-1834.
Letter to [Richard Irvine] Manning, S.C.
Feb. 20, 18259-1/2x7-3/4

Washington, A.L.S. 2p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning his tour and when he will visit South Carolina.

General physical description: 9-1/2x7-3/4

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, Marquis de, 1757-1834.
Note to [Richard Irvine] Manning
March 21, [1825]9-3/4x8

Savannah, A.N.S. 1p.and add.,end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Thank you note.

General physical description: 9-3/4x8

Hayne, Robert Young, 1791-1839.
Letter to Richard I[rvine] Manning, Columbia, S.C.;
Sept. 6, 18269-1/2x8

Northampton, A.L.S. 3p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history. Military business.

General physical description: 9-1/2x8

Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.
Letter to Julius Rhoades;
July 18, 182813x8

[received] A.L.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs.E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning a law case.

General physical description: 13x8

Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850.
Letter to Richard I[rvine] Manning, Sumter;
Sept, 183210x8

A.L.S. 5p.and add. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history) Concerning the tariff and nullification

General physical description: 10x8

Manning, Richard Irvine, 1789-1836.
Letter to Geo[rge] McDuffie;
Sept., [1832]13-1/2x8-1/4

L.S. 1p. Copy. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Nullification. Refers to Calhoun. On same sheet as Manning to Calhoun; Sept.16,1832.

General physical description: 13-1/2x8-1/4

Manning, Richard Irvine, 1789-1836.
Letter to John C[aldwell] Calhoun;
Sept. 16, 183213-1/2x8-1/4

Fulton, L.S. 1p.and end. Copy. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Nullification issue. On same sheet is copy of letter from Manning to McDuffie; [Sept.1832].

General physical description: 13-1/2x8-1/4

McDuffie, George, 1790-1851.
Letter to Rich[ar]d I[rvine] Manning, Columbia, S.C.;
Oct. 22, 18329-3/4x7-1/2

Cherry Hill, A.L.S. 5p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning tariffs and nullification.

General physical description: 9-3/4x7-1/2

Johnson, Richard M. (Richard Mentor) 1780-1850.
Letter to the Secretary of the Navy, Washington;
June 11, 184010x8

[answered] A.L.S. 1p.and add.,end. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Makes a request.

General physical description: 10x8

Young, Richard Montgomery, 1796-1852.
Letter to ----;
March 8, 184110-1/2x7-1/2

Washington, A.L.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Friendly letter.

General physical description: 10-1/2x7-1/2

Manning, John L. (John Lawrence), 1816-1889.
Mortgage of Slaves;
Feb. 7, 184218x13

Printed D.filled in in ms.S. 1p.and end.by various officials. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

General physical description: 18x13

Other Descriptive Information: See oversize

Buchanan, James, 1791-1868.
Letter to Mrs. Plitt;
Aug. 26, 18458x5

A.L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Friendly letter.

General physical description: 8x5

Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.
Letter to Walter Underhill, New York;
March 26, 18497x4-1/2

Washington, A.L.S. 1p.and end. (see Mrs. E.Dawes, Misc.papers on American history) Acknowledges receipt of letter.

General physical description: 7x4-1/2

Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.
Note to Edward B. Merrell;
Aug. 2, 185010x8

Washington, A.N.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Acknowledges receipt of letter.

General physical description: 10x8

Grund, Francis J. , (Francis Joseph), 1804-1863.
Letter to Charles Brown;
April 7, 185310x8

Philadelphia, A.L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Asks his help for an unfortunate man, Christopher Hildebrand.

General physical description: 10x8

Aiken, William, 1806-1887.
Autograph;
June, 18567-3/4x5

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 7-3/4x5

Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss, 1816-1894.
Autograph;
April 7, 18566-1/2x7-1/4

A.D.S. 1p.with note by A.R."Boss" Shepherd. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc. papers on American history)

General physical description: 6-1/2x7-1/4

Reeder, Andrew H. (Andrew Horatio), 1807-1864.
Letter to Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia;
Jan. 31, 18577-1/2x8

Easton, A.L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history) Business.

General physical description: 7-1/2x8

Harris, Johann G.
Autograph;
Nov. 26, 18573-1/2x5-1/2

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3-1/2x5-1/2

Moore, Thomas Overton, 1804-1876.
Autographs (2);
Feb. 28, 18602-3/4x7-3/4

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs.E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history)

General physical description: 2-3/4x7-3/4

Atlantic Monthly.
Cancelled checks to various persons;
May 7, Nov. 9, 1861-1872 

D. 1p.each and end. Various sizes. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Checks made out to: James R.Lowell, Mrs. H.B. Stowe, Mrs. Harriett E. Prescott, H.T. Tuckerman, H.W. Longfellow, G. Ticknor, T.B.Read, Mrs. S.Hawthorne, J.F.Trowbridge, O.W.Holmes, J.G.Whittier, J.Parton, Celia Thaxter, A.D.T. Whitney, W.H.H. Murray, Miss M.A. Dodge, Bayard Taylor, E.P. Whipple, Constance F. Woolson.

Robarts, W S.
Promissory note to William Mills;
April 15, 18653x8, 10-3/4x8-1/2

Germantown, A.D.S. 1p. Attached to notary's protest of note, signed: Charles B.Engel, Notary. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3x8, 10-3/4x8-1/2

Robarts, W S.
Promissory note to William Mills;
April 22, 18653-1/2x8, 10-3/4x8-1/2

Germantown, A.D.S. 1p. Attached to notary's protest of note, signed: Charles B.Engel, Notary. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3-1/2x8, 10-3/4x8-1/2

Manning, John L. (John Lawrence), 1816-1889.
Letter to William H. Seward, Washington;
Dec. 21, 186510x8

Printed L.filled in in ms.S. 1p. Copy. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Acknowledges pardon. Contained in folder with: U.S. State dept. Certification...; Jan. 15, 1866.

General physical description: 10x8

United States. Dept. of State.
Certification of authenticity of copy of letter by John L. Manning to W.H.Seward
Jan. 15, 186610x8

Printed D.filled in in ms.S.: W[illiam] Hunter. 1p.and enc. Seal. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Contains copy of letter from Manning to Seward; Dec. 21, 1865.

General physical description: 10x8

Yates, Richard, 1815-1873.
Letter to Tho[ma]s Steele, Pittsburgh;
Feb. 23, 18679-3/4x7-3/4

Washington, L.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Concerning the temperance society.

General physical description: 9-3/4x7-3/4

Johnston, Joseph E. (Joseph Eggleston), 1807-1891.
Letter to Brown Manning;
June 23, 18697x4-1/2

Savannah, A.L.S. 3p. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history) Business. Friendly letter.

General physical description: 7x4-1/2

Locke, William.
Letter to James H. Dawes, Philadelphia;
May 1, 192110-1/2x8-1/4

Cannes, A.L.S. 1p.and add. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.) Thank you note.

General physical description: 10-1/2x8-1/4

Bigler, William, 1814-1880.
Address to James W. Fletcher,
undated3x5

Philadelphia. A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs. E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 3x5

Ritner, Joseph, 1780-1869.
Autograph.
undated1x3

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs.E.Dawes. Misc.papers on American history.)

General physical description: 1x3

Shulze, John Andrew, 1775-1852.
Autographs (2).
undated 

A.D.S. 2p. Various sizes. (see Mrs. E. Dawes. Misc. papers on American history.)

Wolf, George, 1777-1840.
Autograph.
undated3/4x1-1/2

A.D.S. 1p. (see Mrs.E. Dawes. Misc.papers on American history)

General physical description: 3/4x1-1/2

Unidentified.
The Caledonian Laddy: A Favorite Scottish Song
undated Box Oversize

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Unidentified.
Oh Say Simple Maid
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Unidentified.
Aurora Dawns: A Chinese Air with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte
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Unidentified.
The Strings to your Bow
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Unidentified.
The Kiss
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Unidentified.
I'm in Haste
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Unidentified.
Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town A Favorite Scottish Song
undated Box Oversize

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Unidentified.
When the Mind is in Tune
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O Innocence Celestial Maid
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