J. Coffin autograph letter signed, 1821 Sept. 20.


J. Coffin autograph letter signed, 1821 Sept. 20.

ALS from Coffin to A. Towne(?), Esq., Wiscasset, Me., addressed to "Dear Sir," regarding attending commencement (possibly at Bowdoin College); the death of the Queen of England, Caroline; Princess Charlotte Augusta; and Napoleon I.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7542062

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