Daniel Webster letter
Three-page letter from Daniel Webster in Washington to Ezekiel Webster, telling him that he is glad that Ezekiel is writing Governor Bell. Ezekiel must not refuse to be a candidate for Congress, at lease before the writer comes home. The New Hampshire election has made a great stir. Writer will send a militia document to Ezekiel and wished to send it to Harvey's constituents.
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Samuel Bell (1770-1850), Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), Jonathan Harvey (1780-1859), Henry Randolph Storrs (1787-1837)
National Edition, Volume 17,p. 454-455
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