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Thomas White Thompson letter
Seven-page letter from Thomas White Thompspn in Salisbury to Daniel Webster in which he apologizes for his negligence. He has written a circular letter to each member of the Bar. Judge Davis would be a suitable person to succeed President Willard. Writer was pleased with the articles signed W. and Mass. There has been a great storm. Commissions which writer wished Webster to carry out.
- Thompson, Thomas W., 1766-1820 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Ezekiel Webster (1780-1829), William Parsons, Harvard University, Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804), Thomas Worcester (1768-1831), Joseph Willard (1738-1804), John Davis (d. 1847), Christopher Gore (1758-1827), Samuel Torrey, Mr. Park, Mrs. Abigail (Webster) Haddock (1778-1805) i.e. Mrs William Haddock, Lt. Putney, Mrs. Elizabeth (Porter) Thompson
National Edition, Volume 17, p. 188-190
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