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James Buchanan, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Thomas Walker Gilmer, 1843 October 20

 Item — Box: 5, Folder: 1
Identifier: id131934

Scope and Contents

Believes that the democratic Party is pursuing a course of folly; argues that Van Buren does not have much support in Philadelphia; wishes that there were some good man on whom we might all rally Richmond;" reports on the number Democrats elected to their Congress. 2 pp. TCy of ALS


  • Creation: 1843 October 20


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From the Collection: 6.00 Linear Feet : 17th and early 18th century materials are photocopies.

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