Thomas W. Thompson letter
Four-page letter from Thomas W. Thompson in Washington, DC to "My dear old friend" (i.e.Daniel Webster), telling him that the strife between Monroe and Crawford is viewed with indifference. Speaks of Jefferson's theory on a full treasury and war and on the Bank Bill.
- Thompson, Thomas W., 1766-1820 (Author, Person)
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President James Monroe (1758-1831), William Harris Crawford (1772-1834), President Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)
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