Omitted Chapters Of History Edmund Randolph Gov of VA US Attorney General w/ ALS
Conway, Moncure Daniel.
Omitted Chapters Of History Disclosed In The Life And Papers Of Edmund
Randolph, Governor Of Virginia, First Attorney-General United States, Secretary
Of State. With 3 ALS + Pamphlet.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1888. 9-3/4
Inches. Hardback. Good vi,401,(4ads) pages. Illustrated. Engraved frontispiece
portrait. Cloth. Loose in binding. Extremities rubbed and worn. I believe this
was the author's copy with numerous pencil notations in the margins. WITH 3
Autographed Letters Signed + 1 pamphlet:
#1: 7 Dec. 1888. "Moncure D. Conway" Concerning a review of his
Randolph book and a new forthcoming edition. 4 pages.
ALS #2: 8 Dec. 1888. Department of State stationary. Signed,
"Francis Wharton" 2 pages.
#3: 21 Jan 1889. Treasury Dept. stationary. Marked Personal. Signed,
"J. R. Garrison" Concerning the investigations into Edmund Randolph’s
accounts "which are still on the books of the Register of the
Treasury." Mentions enclosing the included pamphlet of the Senate
Executive Document No. 58 - 50th Congress, 2d. Session. 1 page. There are a 3 &
2 inch tear at the upper fold from the left & right sides, also a 3 inch
tear from the left side at the lower fold.
Pamphlet: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, Transmitting in Response to Senate Resolution of January 2, 1889, Report Relative to the Account of Edmund Randolph. January 9, 1889. -- Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. 12 pages. Wraps.