Edmund Roberts letter to Judge Joseph Story, 1825 May 21.

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Roberts, Edmund, 1784-1836. Edmund Roberts letter to Judge Joseph Story, 1825 May 21.

Edmund Roberts letter to Judge Joseph Story, 1825 May 21.

Letter from Roberts, in Portsmouth, to Story, in Salem, Mass., asking Story to convince President John Quincy Adams to appoint Roberts as consul at Havana, Cuba.

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