Daniel Fletcher Webster letter
Four-page letter from Daniel Fletcher Webster in Washington to Hiram Ketchum in New York, telling him that he will choose a man to defeat Bloodgood for the Post Office. The President will not do anything foolish regarding the appointment.
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US President John Tyler (1790-1862)
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