[Washington] to Andrew Jamieson, Letters
Two letters, written by Salmon P. Chase, and addressed to the District of Virginia’s Collector of Customs, Andrew Jamieson. Chase writes to Jamieson in the hopes of requesting the latter to suspend the fines imposed upon the owner of both the “Manhattan” and the “Charlotte Vanderbilt” for his involuntary misuse of the sailing licenses for both steamers. The second letter, composed in Chase's hand, and dated October 16, 1863, is signed by Lucious E. Chittenden, Register of the U.S. Treasury.
- Chase, Salmon Portland, 1808-1873 (Person)
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3 p. : Holographs, signed. ; 25 x 20 cm.
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