Office Letter of State to the President of Chile Signed by Grover Cleveland

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Grover Cleveland 1837-1908. Twenty second and Twenty fourth President of the United States, supported civil service and fiscal reform. Rare manuscript LS “Grover Cleveland” as President, 2pp sm. Folio, Washington, Dec 17, 1894, a Letter of State addressed to: “His Excellency The President of The Republic of Chile” advising him that “James D. Porter… Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary” had for personal reasons resigned his position and that an official letter of recall would be delivered by Porter’s replacement. Co-signed by Walter Q. Gresham as secretary of State. Folds, otherwise excellent. Letters of state are among the rarest of Presidential documents.