Letter, 1833 July 31, St. Clairsville [Ohio], to Daniel Webster, Boston.


Letter, 1833 July 31, St. Clairsville [Ohio], to Daniel Webster, Boston.

Was disappointed that Webster did not visit his village. The state is non-committed on the subject of the next President.

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


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