Letter : to General Waddy Thompson / by John Young Mason, 1845 Jul 20.

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Mason, John Y. (John Young), 1799-1859. Letter : to General Waddy Thompson / by John Young Mason, 1845 Jul 20.

Letter : to General Waddy Thompson / by John Young Mason, 1845 Jul 20.

John Mason, Attorney General during the Polk administration, writes to the United States Ambassador at Mexico, Waddy Thompson, that affairs have been handled well. He is confident that there will be no war with Mexico. He ends with complimentary remarks about the annexation of Texas.

3 p.; 25 cm.

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Thompson, Waddy, 1798-1868

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