Daniel Webster letter
Letter from Daniel Webster in Boston to Francis Brown, asking him for final orders before leaving for Washington. He has no bad news and hopes to leave by January 15th. Says of suspicions suggested by Mr. Marsh "The weak invention of the enemy."
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Author, Person)
- Dartmouth College. Office of the President, Francis Brown, 1784-1820 (Recipient, Person)
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Benjamin Joseph Gilbert (1764-1849), Richard Lang (1769-1840), Joseph Storey (1779-1845), Jeremiah Smith (1759-1843), Timothy Farrar (1788-1874), Charles Marsh 1765-1849), Dartmouth College Case
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