[BARTLETT, WASHINGTON A.]. In the Senate of the United States. July 22, 1856....Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, Made the Following Report [on the] Memorial of Washington A. Bartlett, Late a Lieutenant in the Navy of the United States, Beg Leave to Submit the Following Report. [Washington: 1856].  2-80 pp. Lightly waterstained.
BARTLETT, Washington A. Memorial of Washington Allon Bartlett, Asking That Certain Papers May Be Ordered to Be Printed. August 1, 1836—Ordered to Be Printed, together with His Reply and other Papers, as Appendix to Report 237. [Washington, 1856].  2-71 [1, blank]; [Bound with]: Additional Papers in Relation to the Case of Washington Allon Bartlett [Washington, 1856].  2-3 [1, blank]. Both lightly toned and moderately waterstained. 2 vols., 8vo (23.5 x 14.5), both in modern red cloth.
First editions (issued together) (United States 34th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report 237). Howes B208 (2nd work).
Bartlett (1824-1879), first Anglo mayor of San Francisco, was removed from service for financial improprieties.