Daniel Webster letters
Six letters from Daniel Webster to Elihu Chauncey, Philadelphia attorney and financier, in which Webster comments on a few political events of the 1830s. Webster notes the prospects of the Sub-Treasury Bill, also known as the independent treasury bill. Other topics include Webster's personal finances.
- 1834-09-12 - 1838
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