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Title: [Letter] 1835 Oct. 21, Nashville, T[ennessee] [to] A. J. Donelson, Washington City / S. H. Laughlin : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Laughlin, S. H.

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Date: October 21, 1835
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter dated Oct. 21, 1835, from S. H. Laughlin to Major Andrew J. Donelson. Laughlin is writing about the political situation, especially as it pertains to President Jackson. He mentions some promising Democrats. Laughlin promises to keep Donelson updated on the news that he will not find in the newspapers. He mentions a dinner being given in honor of Colonel Polk in Mooresville. Laughlin writes that he and some others are supporting Polk for Speaker of the House, over a man named Bell.
Collection:A. J. Donelson Papers
Box: I-D-3

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