Webster, Fletcher, note, Boston, January 31, 1853

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Stephen Tilten 90 [?] Commercial [Wharf]
Rev. G. W. Blayden[?] 9 Central Court
Rev. E. N. Kirk[?] - 58 Pinckney St
Rev. J. B. Waterhouse[?] - 55 Temple St
Rev. H. M. Duftee[?] - 1 Pine St Church
Rev. Geo. Reinhardt[?] 80 Summer St
Rev. N. Adams - 4 Boylston Place
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Boston

Jan 31. 1853.

I have looked at Peter Still's papers and heard his story, and believing him to be entirely trustworthy am very willing to contribute my mite[?] towards the accomplishment of his purpose, and my testimony, for what it is worth, to his character & credibility.

Fletcher Webster.

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Title

Webster, Fletcher, note, Boston, January 31, 1853

Description

Fletcher Webster (the son of Daniel Webster) endorses Peter Still and his purpose and agrees to contribute to his cause both monetarily and through his testimony.

Source

Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries

Date

1853-01-31

Rights

public domain

Format

2 p.

Identifier

rutgers-lib:26690
doi:10.7282/T3ZG6SCB

Citation

Webster, Fletcher, 1813-1862, “Webster, Fletcher, note, Boston, January 31, 1853,” Peter Still Digital Edition, accessed November 13, 2019, https://stillpapers.org/items/show/12.

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