Letter, 1778 Sept. 7, to Josiah Bartlett.


Whipple, William, 1730-1785. Letter, 1778 Sept. 7, to Josiah Bartlett.

Letter, 1778 Sept. 7, to Josiah Bartlett.

A descriptive four-page letter concerning the American Revolution.

1 sheet ; 23 x 35 cm. folded to 23 x 17 cm.

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