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Title:[Letter] 1829 Mar. 29, Phil[adelphia] P[ennsylvania] [to] Andrew Jackson Donelson, Washington, District of Columbia / C. J. Jack : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Jack, C. J.
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Date: March 29, 1829
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter from C. J. Jack to Andrew J. Donelson, dated March 29, 1829. Jack has applied for the job of Marshall. He states that he is qualified for the position and that the people want him to fill it. Jack complains that other people who helped President Jackson have already been rewarded, whereas he has not. He also writes that he has papers to forward to Donelson, that are for President Jackson.
Collection:A. J. Donelson Papers
Box:I-D-3
Folder:3
Document:sl277
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