Nathaniel Hazelting Carter letter
Letter from Nathaniel Hazeltine Carter in Albany, New York to Amos Avery Brewster, telling him that the work as editor of the "Register" is arduous and that he disregards the attacks of Hill. He also talks about the appointement of President Allen to Bowdoin and the elected honorary member of the NY Historical Society.
- Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine, 1787-1830 (Author, Person)
- Brewster, Amos Avery, 1778-1845 (Recipient, Person)
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Isaac Hill (1788-1851), Jesse Buel (1778-1839), Charles Glidden Haines (1792-1825), Daniel Tompkins (1774-1825), Henry Clay (1777-1852), John Caldwell Calhoun (1782-1850), William Allen (1784-1868), James Dean (1777-1849), New Hampshire Legislature, Cyrus Perkins (1778-1849), Mrs. Susan (Boudinot) Brewster (1798-1866) i.e Mrs. Amos Avery Brewster, Mr. Leach, Joshua Converse (1786-1833)
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