Letter, 1843 January 17, Hallowell [Me.], to Daniel Webster [n.p.].


Letter, 1843 January 17, Hallowell [Me.], to Daniel Webster [n.p.].

Speaks of opinions of the Treaty and settlement. Most people in Maine are satisfied with the boundary question. Has had many inquiries about the "disputed boundary fund."

2 p. on 1 fold. leaf. 26 cm.

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