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Two (2) Tennessee Governor signed documents and an early print of Nashville, TN. 1st item: Governor William Bate, appointing T.J. Fisher of Smith County to fill the unexpired term of the Honorable H. Snodgrass as Attorney General for the Fifth Judicial Circuit. Signed by Bate lower right, August 30, 1884. Gilt seal and ribbons retained. 18" H x 11 1/2" W. 2nd item: Governor William Carroll signed land document, granting James Richards and George Tatom one hundred acres in Dickson County, signed August 30, 1827. 15" H x 12 1/2" W. 3rd item: Aquatint engraving showing Nashville's Riverfront, 1849, with steamboat, believed to be the General Jackson steamboat, prominent at center. Source unknown. 9" H x 12 1/4" W. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall excellent condition with light toning at fold lines. 2nd item: General toning and some foxing, with small separations at fold lines. 3rd item: General toning; Foxing stains up to 1/2" dia. Possible old glue residue to back.