[ALS] Daniel Webster: Webster, Daniel

[ALS] Daniel Webster

Webster, Daniel

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[ALS] Daniel Webster. Daniel Webster (1782-1852) (2) p. manuscript letter written on both sides, measuring 8" x 10" to Mr. Samuel Walker dated May 10, 1845. Webster answers Walker in regards to the Webster family tree. Webster's mother's name was Abigail Eastman. Bookseller Inventory #

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Webster, Daniel
Published by Washington, D.C. (1847)
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Book Description Washington, D.C., 1847. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Webster, Daniel. Autograph Letter Signed [ALS]. 2 pp [front and back, one sheet], 6.5" 4.5". Washington: April 5, 1847. Webster's letter to Mrs. Elizabeth P. Gray, "It gives me pleasure, my dear Mrs. Gray, to comply with your request, & to send you my autograph, for the King of Wurtemburg, if such title can be worthy of His Majesty.[over].Majesty's acceptance. From, with very true regard, yours Daniel Webster." Paper a bit darkened, 2 light stains, short tear at fold, else very good. The King of Wurtemburg was a German title for the holder of lordship over Wurtemburg, the five so-called cities of the Danube [Ehingen, Munderkingen, Riedlingen, Mengen, and Sulgen, with their dependencies], and a variety of other German states. In 1847, he would have been William I, son of Frederick I. Provenance available to purchaser. LG11. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 000127

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