Daniel Webster letter
Four-page letter from Daniel Webster in Boscawen to Ezekiel Webster in Boston, telling him that Mr. Fifield has told the writer that $85 is lost. Writer hired the money in Salisbury and probably cannot hire any more. If Mr. Parker will hold the books he will write whether he can take them. Asks Ezekile to send writer's trunk to D. Abbot in Dunstable. Postscript suggest Mr. Thatcher would offer security for the purchase of the books. News from Salisbury.
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Mr. Fiefield, Daniel Abbot (1777-1853), Ebenezer Webster (1739-1806), Thomas White Thompson (1766-1820), Mr. Parker, Mr. Bancroft, Mr. Fletcher, Peter Thacher, Mr. Eastman, Jonathan Fifield (1747-1828)
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