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William Henry Hoyt letter
Three-page letter from William Henry Hoyt in Hanover to Daniel Hoit in Sandwich, New Hampshire, telling him that Albert has five miniatures to paint. General Poole is dead. Daniel and Ezekiel Webster have been visiting Hanover. Daniel spoke at levee.
- Hoyt, William Henry, 1813-1883 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Julia Maria (Hoit) Sherman (1807-) i.e. Mrs. Enoch P. Sherman, Albert Gallatin Hoit (1809-1856), James Poole (1784-1828), Lucy (Weld) Poole (1785-1835) i.e. Mrs. James Poole, Williamine (Poole) Punchard i.e. Mrs. George Punchard, Daniel Webster (1782-1852), Ezekiel Webster (1780-1829), Grace (Fletcher) Webster (1781-1828) i.e. Mrs. Daniel Webster, Bennet Tyler (1783-1858), Sally (Flanders) Hoit (d. 1837) i.e. Mrs. Daniel Hoit, Eliza Flanders (Hoit) Bean (1806-) i.e. Mrs. Ira A. Bean, Students' Letters
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