Jonathan Callender letter
Letter from Jonathan Callender in Boston to Daniel Webster, thanking him for the communication respecting the Carrigans and Dix. He approves of the measure Webster has taken in both cases. He believes Webster's success in the writ-manufacture will in process of time lead to a solid and permanent source of honorable reputation and independence.
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