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|Summary:||This document is a letter from the year 1842. It is from F.H. Knapp to D.G. Broom, a dental surgeon in Natchez, Mississippi. The purpose of Knapp's letter is to update his friend on his numerous travels and adventures. In the letter, Knapp tells Broom that he has had a very agreeable trip, and has spent time with some of the greatest men of the age, including Andrew Jackson.|