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Daniel Webster letter
Three page letter from Daniel Webster of Salisbury, New Hampshire to Jacob McGaw in which Webster sets up his letter in a somewhat legal form, using: "Exordium, Facts, Argumentum ad hominem, Preoration or conclusion of the whole matter." The case is concerned with the removal of Mr. Thompson as postmaster and the appointment of Moses Eastman. Goes on more in letter form to say that he has had the measels and does not use his eye with comfort.
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Daniel Webster 1782-1852, Jacob McGaw 1778-1867, Moses Eastman 1770-1848, Thomas White Thompson 1766-1848, 1848 Measles, Dr. Benton.
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6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA