Samuel Wilde Letter, 1850 September 20Webster Mss 850520

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Samuel Wilde Letter, 1850 September 20

Call Number:

Webster Mss 850520

Collection Dates:

1850 September 20

Size of Collection:

1 letter; 25 cm.


Samuel Wilde writes to Daniel Webster congratulating him on his speech concerning the Compromise of 1850. Wilde voices an acquaintances concern over the speeches effect on the Whig Party's future prospects.

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Samuel S. Wilde (1755-1855). Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, 1815-1850.

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