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Daniel Webster letter
Letter from Daniel Webster to Mrs. Achsah Pollard Webster, telling her that Washington is full of office-seekers. There seems to be a great deal of party feeling among the new president's friends. Writer hears that Adams is to answer the "Boston Gentleman" in another pamphlet. Writer has attended several parties. Judge Story is in town and well.
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Author, Person)
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Daniel Webster 1782-1852, Mrs. Achsah (Pollard) Webster i.e. Mrs. Ezekiel Webster, James William Paige 1792-1868, Andrew Jackson 1767-1845, Isaac Hill 1788-1851, Joseph S., Nathaniel Green 1797-1877, B.H. Norton of Hartford, Conn., Mordicai Manuel Noah 1785-1851, Amos Kendall 1789-1869, Martin Van Bur. John Quincy Adams 1767-1848, Mrs. Louisa Catherube (Johnson) Adams 1775-1852 i.e. John Quincy Adams, Mrs. Lucretia (Hart) Clay i.e. Mrs. Henry Clay, Mrs. Peter Burl Porter.
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National Edition, v.17, p 470-471.
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