Daniel Webster's "7th of March speech"
Manuscript of Daniel Webster (1782-1852) speech and resolutions on the famine in Ireland. Includes corrected proofs of his speech on slavery known as the "7th of March speech," four letters, and eighteen engraved portraits of Webster, some of which are scarce. Correspondents include Thomas Aspinwall (1786-1876), William Plumer Jr. (1789-1854) and William P. Gardiner. Codex is bound in a large quorto volume of full red levant morocco.
- 1850-03-07 -
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Person)
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