Statesman Daniel Webster Autograph Letter Signed ALS Re: Referees in Court Case

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Statesman Daniel Webster Autograph Letter Signed ALS Re: Referees in Court Case

299.99

Item #SQ4401852

Offered here is an interesting autograph letter signed by Daniel Webster (1811 - 1884), the famous nineteenth-century statesman and contemporary of Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun.

In the 8" x 9 3/4" letter written from Sandwich on September 15 [no year given], Webster writes to a Captain Jonathan Leeman that two men are made "referees" in a case and "It is proposed that we meet & hear the parties...." 

The paper is somewhat thin, but in excellent condition. Light wear to edges and corners. There are several creases at the locations of the letter's original folds.

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