Moses Davis letter
Three-page letter from Moses Davis in Hanover to Daniel Webster in Boston, telling him that he plans to enlarge the "Dartmouth Gazette." Asks Webster to secure engravings or woodcuts to be used as headings for the different departments. Esq. Gilbert or Esq. Woodward will advance money and bring them to Hanover. There has been a six-inch fall of snow in Hanover. Writer wishes Webster to contribute articles to the "Gazette."
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Mrs. Nancy (Fuller) Davis (1777-1841) i.e. Mrs. Moses Davis, Ezekiel Webster (1780-1829), Samuel Harris (1783-1810) (possibly this is the artist meant), "The Literary Tablet," Benjamin Joseph Gilbert (1764-1849), Hanover, NH
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