Letter, 1848 June 10, Washington, to John Y. Mason [n.p.].


Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852. Letter, 1848 June 10, Washington, to John Y. Mason [n.p.].

Letter, 1848 June 10, Washington, to John Y. Mason [n.p.].

J.S. Gardner has always called himself a citizen of Massachusetts. Hopes Gardner's son can be appointed a midshipman.

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