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Jeremiah Mason letter
Three page letter from Jeremiah Mason of Portsmouth [N.H.] to Nicholas Biddle,telling him that an attempt is being made by Isaac Hill to remove the Pension agency from Portsmouth to Concord. Writer is not in favor of such a move. Also disturbed re letters addressed to directors of "Parent Bank" complaining of writer's official conduct.
- Mason, Jeremiah, 1768-1848 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Jeremiah Mason 1768-1848, Nicholas Biddle 1786-1844, Isaac Hill 1788-1851, U.S. Pension bureau, Bank of the U.S., 1816-1836, Portsmouth, N.H. Bank.
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