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Correspondents [series]:
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Buttler, William Allen, 1825-1902.
Lawyer, author. Letter of introduction to Dallas B. Pratt, November 8, 1889

Clinton, George, 1739-1312.
Governor of New York. Proclamation, August 20, 1784, in own handwriting, convening Assembly.

Croker, Richard, 1841-1922.
Typed letter to Lawrence K. Pratt, October 27, 1891, sending Pratt two tickets to a business men's meeting.

Curtis, George William, 1824-1892.
Journalist, lecturer, author. Letter to Rev. Horace Pratt, November 21, 1879, referring to election of 1879. "The result of the election seems to me very valuable as showing that there is independence enough to hold machines in check."

Dana, Charles Anderson, 1819-1897.
Editor, New York Sun. Letter to Dallas B. Pratt, June 3, 1893, introducing Gerrit Smith Glen, who was organizing "The National Continental League" for the political union of the United States and Canada by "honorable and peaceful means."

Davis, Varina Howell, 1826-1906.
Mrs. Jefferson Davis. Letter to Mrs. Dallas Bache Pratt asking that daughter be excused from dinner party because of illness. February 17, 1893.

Doane, George Hobart, 1830-?
Prelate of Catholic Church in later life, having left the Protestant Episcopal Church in 1855. Letter, May 3, 1881, saying he can't attend the wedding of his godson and Amy Pratt.

Flower, Roswell Pettibone, 1835-1899.
Typed letter, November 1891, thanking an unidentified person for congratulations on Flower's election as Governor.

Hopkins, Charles Jerome, 1836-?
Composer, pianist, lecturer. Printed bill, advertising lecture-concert, May 5, 1892. Letter to C.W. Leng, September 16, 1892.

Kernochan, John A
"Certificate of non-liability to be given by the board of enrollment." John A Kernochan of New York City has given "satisfactory evidence that he is not properly subject to do military duty. . ." September 10, 1863. Letter to James B. Pratt from J. Frederick Kernochan concerning estate of J.A.K., May 28, 1891.

Marble, Manton Malone, 1835-1917
A founder of the New York World . Letter, August 10, 1867, replying to Rev. H.L.E. Pratt, saying that the World would be pleased for an "occasional letter" during Pratt's projected southern trip.

Nelson, George Francis, 1842-1932.
Protestant Episcopal clergyman, Secretary to Bishop of New York (1886-1908), Canon of St. John the Divine after 1911. Letter of introduction to Dallas Bache Pratt, January 22, 1903.

Newton, Richard Heber, 1840-1914.
Protestant Episcopal clergyman, author. All Souls Church, New York City. Thank-you note, January 2, 1877, to Rev. Pratt.

Pierrepont, Henry I.
Letter, April 7, 1869, requesting Rev. Horace L. Edgar Pratt to preach one Sunday at Grace Church, Brooklyn.

Polk, Leonidas K, 1806-1364.
Bishop, Protestant Episcopal Church, Louisiana. Founder, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, 1860. Letter, December 8, 1853 to Rev. H.L.E Pratt concerning a Post for Pratt in the south. Discussion of salaries.

Potter, Henry Codman, 1834-1908.
Nephew of Horatio, Bishop of New York after 1887. Letter, March 31, 1839, to warden of Church of Holy Sepulchre.

Potter, Horatio,1802-1887.
Bishop of New York. Letter, August 24, 1871, to Rev. Pratt, about a forthcoming visit of Potter to the Staten Island church. Printed invitation to a reception, November 25, 1879, celebrating 25 years of Potter's Episcopate.

Smith, J. Tuttle
Letter, February 19, 1889, concerning affairs of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Warren, Edwin Walpole, 1839-1903.
Rector, Church of the Holy Trinity, New York. letter to a Mrs. Good, May 3, 1894, thanking her for a gift for "the summer home."

Webb, Alexander Stewart, 1835-1911
President, City College of New York. Note, April 17, 1895 to unknown person.

Young, John F , 1320-1835
Bishop, Florida. Letter to Rev. Pratt, December 10, 1873, about possible post in Florida.