Alexander H. Everett letter, 1841.


Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847. Alexander H. Everett letter, 1841.

Alexander H. Everett letter, 1841.

Draft of letter of Alexander Hill Everett, president of Jefferson College, Convent, La., to Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, concerns published remarks by Mr. Trist, American consul at Havana, Cuba, and the general conduct of affairs of a prior mission to Havana for a conference regarding the slave trade. The letter is endorsed "...not sent: the substance made up into a letter to Mr. Adams."

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