Fletcher Webster letter
Letter from Fletcher Webster to Hiram Ketchum, in response to a telegraph message from Ketchum, a New York City Whig, Webster alludes to a speech delivered by Daniel Webster in Providence and Boston, and his intention to publish it.
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