Daniel Webster letter
Letter from Daniel Webster to John Davis in which he is writing to Davis, a judge, Webster declines an undisclosed proposal due to the pressures of his law practice, as well as his duties as a congressman. Probably anticipating the fight over the Bank of the United States with the Jacksonian Democrats, Webster states that the upcoming session of Congress promises to be interesting.
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Author, Person)
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