Letter : to J.Y. Mason, 1848 Aug. 8.


Woodward, Joseph Addison, 1806-1885. Letter : to J.Y. Mason, 1848 Aug. 8.

Letter : to J.Y. Mason, 1848 Aug. 8.

Letter from Woodward at the U.S. House of Representatives to the Secretary of the Navy concerns military appointments and recommends Henry Izard of Columbia, S.C. for a midshipman's warrant.

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