Letter to Major James Nelson Barker [manuscript], 1829 October 5.

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Noah, M. M. (Mordecai Manuel), 1785-1851. Letter to Major James Nelson Barker [manuscript], 1829 October 5.

Letter to Major James Nelson Barker [manuscript], 1829 October 5.

Noah inquires if Barker has an opening in Philadelphia for a Jackson man, refers to an unpopular project of Samuel Delucenna Ingham concerning the "poor inspectors," and expresses satisfaction that Barker's Philadelphia work is going well. A draft reply on the verso says there are no positions available, mentions the state election and the many Jackson candidates.

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