Daniel Webster letter
Three page letter from Daniel Webster of Washington to Ezekiel Webster, informing him that Jackson's cabinet is so weak and his appointments have alienated so many, his administration must be a vacillating one. The New Hampshire election is the important thing now.
- 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 1767-1845, John Caldwell Calhoun 1782-1850, Martin Van Buren 1782-1862, John McLean 1785-1861, James Madison 1751-1836, John Bell 1765-1836.
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