Letter, 1841 January 4.


Letter, 1841 January 4.

Letter to Alfred B. Street. "Your noble lines to the Gray Forest Eagle...reached me the second morning after you supposed they would;...but at the very last moment, John Waters withdrew an article,...so that I had to...take out your piece." Written at New York, N.Y.

2 pages.


SNAC Resource ID: 6690941

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