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Huntington, Jabez Williams to Wolcott, Frederick, 1832 Dec 8 | Litchfield Historical Society

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Huntington, Jabez Williams to Wolcott, Frederick, 1832 Dec 8
1832 Dec 8
Sends payment for a slip; calls the President's message "the most extraordinary document which he has ever signed"; mentions concessions to the South; confidence in the Bank of the US to be destroyed; public lands to be given to "all needy adventurers from every corner of the globe"; states that those who act together to preserve the union will not be "overawed wtih fear" and will sustain it as far as they can effect it and with it the interests in which they have contended for years; expects Vice President John C. Calhoun to be appointed to the Senate in place of Senator Robert Hayne who was elected Governor.
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