Daniel Webster letter
Letter from Daniel Webster of New York, [N.Y.] to Samuel Frothingham "Will you contrive to have this discounted and placed to my credit. The auditor is above all doubt and scruple. I believe you may know something of him. If you wish to hear more, have the goodness to inquire of Mr. Bryant (Bryant and Sturgis)..."
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Samuel Frothingham, Daniel Webster 1782-1852.
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