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1 Lincoln, Abraham ... A CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE AUTHORITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE, IN RELATION TO THE RECENT REMOVAL OF CERTAIN CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE BRITISH MAIL-STEAMER TRENT
Washington Government Printing Office 1862 Paperbound Very Good U.S. Government Document 
"... by order of Captain Wilkes, in command of the United States war-steamer San Jacinto." Message of the President of the United States. 37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 8. Read and ordered to be printed. On motion by Mr. Sumner that the message be referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations -- ordered, that the futher consideration thereof be postponed to, and be the special order for Thursday next, the 9th instant, at one o'clock. January 6, 1862. 16 pp. Disbound government document. Residue from book remains on spine edge. Browning along page edges, some dirt smudges on back page. Document in VG condition. Famous Americans in document: William H. Seward, U.S. Secretary of State; Charles Francis Adams, U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain; Captain Charles Wilkes, USS San Jacinto. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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2 Lincoln, Abraham (Preface by Paul M. Angle) ABRAHAM LINCOLN: HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS NOW BROUGHT TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME
Kingsport, Tennessee Kingsport Press, Inc. 1947 Privately Printed Hard Cover Very Good American President 
Prefaced with an introductory comment by Paul M. Angle. "This collection of the principal autobiographical writings of Abraham Lincoln provides for the general reader a new and absorbing insight into Lincoln's mind and heart." Limited edition of 1,250 copies. 63 pp. Brown tweed covers with gilt inlay on front and green/gilt title box on spine. Board corners and edges are lightly rubbed, spine ends are bumped. Gilt top page edge. Interior is tight and clean. Book in VG condition. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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3 Lincoln, Abraham DEBATE WITH DOUGLAS AND WAR-TIME SPEECHES AND PAPERS
New York John B. Alden Paper Cover Very Good Abraham Lincoln 
Pamphlet. pp. 494-639. Numbers not consecutive. (top left margin reads: "American Patriotism".)DEBATE WITH DOUGLAS; AT INDEPENDENCE HALL,FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS; EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION; SPEECH AT GETTYSBURG; and SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS. No date. Several tiny foxing "dots" at front cover's side edge otherwise pamphlet is Very Good to Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 Lincoln, Abraham MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Washington Government Printing Office 1862 Paperbound Very Good Government Document 
37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 23. A copy of two letters from his Majesty the Major King of Siam to the President of the United States, accompanied by certain presents, and of the President's answer thereto. The translated letters are from Somdetch Phra Paramendr Maha Monkut, King of Siam. 7 pp. Disbound, but document is clean, tight and very good. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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5 Lincoln, Abraham MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING A COPY OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE
Washington Government Printing Office 1862 Paperbound Very Good Slavery 
37th Congress, 2d Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 57. June 10, 1862 -- Read, referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations, and ordered to be printed. Copy of treaty between the United States and the United Kingdom to outlaw the slave trade conducted on the coast of Africa. 15 pp. Disbound government document. Creasing, small chips to spine edge. Pages are browning along edge, some foxing marks, top corner is creased. Document in VG condition. Scarce. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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6 Lincoln, Abraham MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, TRANSMITTING AN ADDRESS OF A COMMITTEE OF THE "EAST TENNESSEE RELIEF ASSOCIATION" ON THE CONDITION AND WANTS OF THE PEOPLE OF EAST TENNESSEE, AND RECOMMENDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD...
Washington Government Printing Office 1864 Paper Cover Very Good- Civil War 
...From Knoxville to Cincinnati, By Way of Central Kentucky, as a Measure of Relief to Those People, and of Military Importance. 38th Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 40. April 28, 1864. -- Read, ordered to lie on the table and be printed. Discussion of General Sherman's march through Tennessee during the Civil War. 8 pp. Disbound government document. Creasing and chipping to spine edge. First and last page are starting to separate from rest of document. Pages are browning along edges, some small foxing spots, text easily legible. Document in VG- condition. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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7 Lincoln, Abraham THE LINCOLN IDEALS: HIS PERSONALITY AND PRINCIPLES AS REFLECTED IN HIS OWN WORDS
Washington, D.C. The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission 1959 Second Edition Paper Cover Very Good+ Abraham Lincoln 
"In this booklet, a topical approach has been employed. The quotations are divided into eight broad subjects, covering, as nearly as possible, Lincoln's life and career." 49 pp. White paper pamphlet with seal of the Abraham Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission seal on front. Mild creasing to spine near staple binding, otherwise pamphlet is crisp and clean. Included is original envelope that the pamphlet was mailed in to the receiver. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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8 Lincoln, Abraham WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE: THE SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
New York Philip C. Duschnes 1938 Wraps Good Abraham Lincoln Illustration 
Reprint of Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address to the nation. Five hundred copies were printed for the friends of Philip & Fanny Dusches at the Walpole Printing Office in Mount Vernon, New York in December 1938. Black/white illustration of Lincoln's bust by John Randolph after the bust by Saint Gaudens. 7 pp. Interior document separated from stiff paper wraps. Water damage to bottom of cover and bottom of interior, and torn front cover corner. Overall document in Good condition. 
Price: 27.50 USD
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