Letter, 1847 June 10, Nashville, Tenn., [to] J[ohn] Y[oung] Mason, Washington, D.C.

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Brown, Aaron V. (Aaron Venable), 1795-1859. Letter, 1847 June 10, Nashville, Tenn., [to] J[ohn] Y[oung] Mason, Washington, D.C.

Letter, 1847 June 10, Nashville, Tenn., [to] J[ohn] Y[oung] Mason, Washington, D.C.

Letter requesting that the Secretary of the Navy find a situation for John Johnson, son of Judge [David?] Johnson, of South Carolina.

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