Letter, 1826 January 27, Boston, to Daniel Webster, Washington.

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Jackson, Charles, 1775-1855. Letter, 1826 January 27, Boston, to Daniel Webster, Washington.

Letter, 1826 January 27, Boston, to Daniel Webster, Washington.

Thanks Webster for an abstract of an unnamed Act of parliament. Mentions Lord Liverpool and Judge Story.

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

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