Robert Charles Winthrop letter
Three-page letter from Robert Charles Winthrop in Boston to Samuel Leonard Crocker, telling him that he has received the copy of the "Life Boat" (newspaper) with his (Winthrop's) letter and Williams' article (dealing with the Whig Party). He wishes that William's treacherousness will be exposed. He does not see a Taunton Whig paper now.
- Winthrop, Robert Charles, 1809-1894 (Author, Person)
- Crocker, Samuel Leonard, 1804-1883 (Recipient, Person)
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.1 linear ft. (1 envelope) ; 21 cm
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Massachusetts Politics and Government (1849-1877)
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