Daniel Webster, Washington, D.C., to Robert Field Stockton [Princeton, New Jersey], 1850 March 22, LetterWebster Mss 850222.1

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Title:

Daniel Webster, Washington, D.C., to Robert Field Stockton [Princeton, New Jersey], 1850 March 22, Letter

Call Number:

Webster Mss 850222.1

Collection Dates:

1850 March 22

Size of Collection:

1 leaf; 23 x 36 cm. folded to 23 x 18cm.

Abstract:

Just two weeks after his controversial "Seventh of March" speech in the Senate supporting Henry Clay's Compromise of 1850, Daniel Webster sends a copy of his address to Commodore Robert Stockton, who played an integral part in the conquest of California during the Mexican-American War.

Access to Collection:

Collection open for research.

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Access Restrictions

Collection open for research.

Use Restrictions

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