Daniel Webster letter
Three-page letter from Daniel Webster in Washington to Ezekiel Webster in Boscawen, telling him that he was surprised at the New Hampshire election. A number of good men have been returned to the House. Metcalf is running against Barry in Kentucky. There is a great Anti-Mason sentiment in New York. Writer believes Adams will be reelected.
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Benjamin Pierce (1757-1839), Mrs. Mary Ann (Webster) Sanborn (1816-1864) i.e. Mrs. Edwin David Sanborn, Benjamin Mark Farley (1783-1865), Mr. Sterns, Oliver William Brown Peabody (1799-1848), Mr. Chamberlain, William Wadsworth (1732-1833), John Savage (1779-1863), Francis Granger (1792-1868), Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), John Quincy Adams (1767-1845), George Kent (1796-1884), Mr. Wright, John Wallace of Milford, NH, David Steele (1795-1875), Thomas Metcalfe (1780-1855), William Taylor Barry (1785-1835), US Politics and Government, NH Politics and Government
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C.H. Van Tyne "The Letters of Daniel Webster" p. 133-134
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