Daniel Webster letter
Two-page letter from Daniel Webster to Stephen White, merchant of Salem, Massachusetts, telling him about Mr. Davis' election. The course which the President adopts in regard to the Bank of the US is repugnant to Webster's sense of right. The Treasury tracks back on the cotton question. The Senate is crowded. In 4 minutes Mr. Clahoun will speak.
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US Politics and Government, John Davis (1787-1854), David Henshaw (1791-1862), US President Martin van Buren (1782-1862), US President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), Second Bank of the United States (1816-1836), Cotton, John Caldwell Calhoun (1782-1850), Caroline (Le Roy) Webster (1797-1883) i.e. Mrs. Daniel Webster, Mrs. Newbold
See "Letter of Daniel Webster" by van Tyne, p. 187 (letter of Jan. 17, 1834) for similar content to that of the above.
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