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Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 808570
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 808570
Date(s): 1808-10-20
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) asking Bradley to be electioneer in the northern part of New Hampshire including the towns of Conway, Bartlett, Adams, Eaton, Buxton and Chatham. Webster hopes that his party will carry the ticket. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 808654
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 808654
Date(s): 1808-12-04
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) telling Bradley that he cannot support Bradley's brother's candidacy because of a conflict of interest, as he has already given his support to another friend. However, if that friend will not run than Webster would certainly support Bradley's brother. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 809527
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 809527
Date(s): 1809-09-27
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) fulfilling a request by Bradley related to a case. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 811626
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 811626
Date(s): 1811-11-26
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) regarding legal business involving Justice Pickering, Michael, the scribe and Nehemiah, the tapster. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 809269.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 809269.1
Date(s): 1809-04-19
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) inquiring on behalf of his brother about a note against Benjamin Simson, given to his brother for a debt. He asks Bradley to bring the note with him when he comes to attend the election in June. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 813230
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Identifier: Mss 813230
Date(s): 1813-03-30
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) asking Bradley to obtain exact election accounts, including those for senator votes, from Conway, Eaton and Buxton, New Hampshire and to send them as soon as possible to Webster. He assures Bradley that he will be reimbursed for his expenses. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 808378
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 808378
Date(s): 1808-06-28
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) asking for help in the upcoming August election and filling Bradley in on the Federalist candidates on the ticket which include Nathaniel A. Haven, William Hale, Joseph Wilson, Jonathan C. Chamberlain and Daniel Blasdel. Webster states that the Democratic ticket is less firm. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 814506
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 814506
Date(s): circa 1814-09-05 or 1814-09-06
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) introducing Captain Humphries. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 816271
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 816271
Date(s): 1816-04-21
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) introducing A. Lucas from North Carolina, who would like to print a correct journal of the congressional proceedings. Webster informs Bradley that the Bank has passed and that the Tariff is nearly finished. Discussing related political matters, Webster states that he believes that the manufacturing interest has become a strong distinct political party. Typescript of the letter is also included.

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 818115.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 818115.1
Date(s): 1818-01-15
Abstract

Letter from Daniel Webster (1782-1852) to Samuel Ayer Bradley (1801-1874) enclosing something (which is lacking) possibly a subscription paper for Dartmouth College. Webster asks Bradley to do what he can with it and to send anything he gets to President Brown. Typescript transcript of the letter is included.

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