[West Point:] Letter from the Acting Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the probable of annual expense of the Military Academy, from the year 1801 to 1816; the number of students educated at said academy, and of those now retained in the Army; as also of the appropriation for buildings, and for books, plans, &c. &c. February 15, 1817…


This review of the affairs at West Point, the United States Military Academy contains Brigadier General J.G. Swift’s report on the academy and a letter from William Lee. A “Letter of transmittal” is signed, in type, on p. [3] by George Graham, Acting Secretary of War. Pages 11–20 contains “A roll of officers of the Army of the United States who were educated in the Military Academy, at West Point.”

This copy with its original stitching, untrimmed and as-issued, and scarce as such.


Description: [West Point:] Letter from the Acting Secretary of War, transmitting a statement of the probable of annual expense of the Military Academy, from the year 1801 to 1816; the number of students educated at said academy, and of those now retained in the Army; as also of the appropriation for buildings, and for books, plans, &c. &c. February 15, 1817…

Washington: Printed by William A. Davis, 1817. [21, [1]pp.,  Octavo government report. A very good and handsome copy with light foxing. bjcb 352252

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See Imprints 42607 and 42747.


Price: $100.00

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