Daniel Webster letter
Six page letter from Daniel Webster of Washington to Ezekiel Webster, telling him that the judges are not all here. Mr. Wickliffe's motion about the mode of choosing officers of the House was laid on the table. Mr. Bell thinks Ezekiel has as good chance of election as any. Enclosed is a brief account of the state of politics in Washington.
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National Edition, v.17 p.466-467.
Daniel Webster 1782-1852, Ezekiel Webster 1780-1829, Charles Anderson Wickliffe 1788-1869, Samuel Bell 1770-1850, Mr. Moore, John Quincy Adams 1767-1848, Henry Clay 1777-1852, Andrew Jackson 1767-1845, U.S. Pol. and govt., New Hampshire, Pol. and govt.
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