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ULYSSES S. GRANT

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"TAKE SOME OTHER BOAT!"

GRANT, Ulysses S. Autograph note signed. No place, June 18, 1863.

Autograph letter to General Francis Herron, dated June 1863, explaining that the Empire City was already in use as an ordnance boat and instructing him to find another boat for supplies, written entirely in General Grant's hand and signed by him. $7800.

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AN IMPORTANT ASSOCIATION COPY

(GRANT, Ulysses S.) YOUNG, Edward. Labor in Europe and America. Washington, 1875.

First edition, association copy belonging to President Ulysses S. Grant, inscribed to him while in office by the author on the front flyleaf: “His Excellency the President of the United States, with the respectful compliments of the Author,” and lettered on the spine in gilt “The President of the United States.” $5500.

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“A CLASSIC CIVIL WAR AUTOBIOGRAPHY”

GRANT, Ulysses S. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant. New York, 1885-86. Two volumes.

First edition of “one of the most valuable writings by a military commander in history,” illustrated with numerous steel engravings, facsimiles and 43 maps, in handsome publisher’s deluxe full morocco binding. $4800.

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SCARCE SHIP’S PAPERS BOLDLY SIGNED BY ULYSSES S. GRANT AS PRESIDENT, 1871

GRANT, Ulysses S. Document Signed [Ship's Papers]. New Bedford, MA, September 26, 1871.

Ship’s papers granting permission to Charles S. Holt, commander of the ship "Hunter," to depart from the port of New Bedford “laden with Provisions, and stores for a whaling voyage” to the Pacific Ocean. President Grant and Secretary of State Hamilton Fish have both boldly signed this document. With the fragile affixed paper seal of the United States present. $4500.

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“A CLASSIC CIVIL WAR AUTOBIOGRAPHY”

GRANT, Ulysses S. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant. New York, 1885-86. Two volumes. First edition of "one of the most valuable writings by a military commander in history," illustrated with numerous steel engravings, facsimiles, and 43 maps, in handsome publisher's deluxe binding. $3000.

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FROM THE LIBRARY PRESENTED TO ULYSSES S. GRANT

(GRANT, Ulysses S.) SPARKS, Jared. The Library of American Biography. New York, 1865. Later edition of a volume from Sparks’ Library of American Biography, from the collection of literature presented by the citizens of Boston to Ulysses S. Grant, handsomely bound and with large engraved presentation bookplate. $2800.

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“THE WORLD KNEW GRANT AS THE MAN WHO WON THE CIVIL WAR”

(GRANT, U. S.) YOUNG, John Russell. Around the World with General Grant. New York, 1879. Two volumes.

First edition of Grant’s global tour, a splendid two-volume work wonderfully illustrated with 800 engravings (42 full-page), including frontispiece portrait of Grant and large folding map outlined in color, handsomely bound in publisher’s original three-quarter morocco gilt. $1100.

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