Daniel Webster letter
Eight-page confidential letter from Daniel Webster in Washnington, D.C. to Hiram Ketchum in which he discusses politics, mentions Harrison and Van Buren and telling him that he intends to resign from the Senate. He would accept the nomination for the presidency if his friends wished.
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US President William Henry Harrison (1773-1841), Henry Willis Kinsman (1803-1859), Tariff, US, Texas, Whig Party of New York City, US President Martin van Buren (1782-1862), Whigs, Robert Charles Whinthrop, Henry L. Evans, Albert Fearing
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