Thomas Patrick Moore letter
Two page letter from Thomas Patrick Moore of Washington, D.C. to J.B. Gardiner, informing him that President Jackson has been in Washington several days and his real friends are being elbowed off by sycophants and office seekers. It is the most disqusting scene he has ever witnessed. Thinks it doubtful whether the Huron Bill will help.
- Moore, Thomas, Patrick, 1797-1853 (Author, Person)
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J.B. Gardiner, Mr. Green (Boston) Duff Green 1791-1875, Mr. Hayward (newspaper man) Isaac Hill 1788-1851, Samue; Delucemma Ingham 1779-1860, Andrew Jackson Pres. U.S. 1767-1845, Amos Kendall 1789-1869, John McLean 1785-1861, Thomas Patrick Moore 1797-1853, Mordecai Manuel Noah 1785-1851, Littleton Waller Tazewell 1774-1860, Martin Van Buren Pres. U.S. 1782-1862, Bill Huron, U.S. Politics and government.
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