War of 1812 | Notes
EDWARD LIVINGSTON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 04/20/1827 - HFSID 17122Edward Livingston Manuscript LS: "Edw Livingston", 1p, 8x91/2. No place, no date, but docketed: "New York, Apr. 20, 1827". To William P. Furnand. In part:"I have delayed writing until I have only time to say that as yet I have done nothing with the shares & I fear can do nothing until after the sale....
Sale Price $467.50
COMMODORE DAVID PORTER - AUTOGRAPH PROMISSORY NOTE SIGNED 02/07/1826 - HFSID 225080DAVID PORTER The Naval Commodore signs this promissory note for $76.69, plus added interest Autograph promissory note signed: "D Porter" in brown ink. 7½x5½. Washington, February 15, 1826. In full: "On Demand I promise to pay to John H King or order, with loyal interest, for [illegible] Seventy Six Dollars 69 cents.
Sale Price $450.00
REAR ADMIRAL SILAS HORTON STRINGHAM - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 9/24 - HFSID 33804SILAS HORTON STRINGHAM The US Navy veteran of three wars signs a pass for the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Autograph Note signed: "S. H. Stringham", 1 page, 5x8. Brooklyn, New York, September 24, no year. In full: "Please permit the bearer Mr. Marsh & friend to pass into the Navy Yard.
Sale Price $180.00
MAJOR GENERAL JOHN E. WOOL - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 1863 - HFSID 87116JOHN E. WOOL Wool gives a New York reverend permission to visit Fort Monroe in 1863, the year of his retirement Autograph note signed "John E. Wool/Major General" 1 page, 5x8. "Headquarters, New York 23", 1863. To John T. Ogden, Esq.
Sale Price $765.00