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Daniel Webster letter
Three page letter from Daniel Webster to Ezekiel Webster of Boscawen, telling him that the Federalists have lost the election in New Jersey and Louisiana by internal dissension. Washington will soon be full of office-seekers. Mr. Hill and his friends are supposed to be on the way. A Boston delegation has arrived already. It is unlikely Hill will get the post-office. The New Hampshire election is important.
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Author, Person)
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U.S. Pol. and govt., Daniel Webster 1782-1852, Ezekiel Webster 1780-1829, Andrew Jackson 1767-1835, Isaac Hill 1788-1851, Colonel McVeil, Colonel Decatur, Nathaniel Green 1797-1877, John Parker Boyd 1764-1830, Colonel Orne of Boston, Mass, Dr. Ingalls of Boston, Mass.
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