Joel Parker letter
Two-page letter from Joel Parker in Keene to Ezekiel Webster in Boscawen, telling him that the people about Concord are against Nathaniel Parker but favor Morril. His prospect for a general assemblage of the Senatorial district must be given up. The Jacksonians are just commencing operations around Keene.
- Parker, Joel, 1795-1875 (Author, Person)
- Webster, Ezekiel, 1780-1829 (Recipient, Person)
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Salma Hale (1786-1866), Nahum Parker (1760-1839), David Lawrence Morrill (1772-1849), Benjamin Pierce (1757-1839), Mr. Keith, Abel Parker (1753-1831), Samuel Dinsmoor (1766-1835), Mr. Appleton of Dublin, NH. Mr. Lord of Westmoreland, NH, New Hampshire Government and Politics
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