Daniel Webster Letter
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A letter from Daniel Webster to John Haven in which Webster notes that he is enclosing a letter from Peleg Sprague. He advises Haven if he has a case like that mentioned by Sprague he should put it in Sprague's hands. The letter from Sprague to Haven, dated March 21, 1833, and also included, concerns a claim for cargo confiscated in 1811 from the ship Admittance. The ship Horace is also mentioned in Sprague's letter.
- Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852 (Person)
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2 pages (20 cm)
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Purchased from Maury A. Bromsen Associates, Boston, Mass. in April 1967.
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