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21 June 1856. Henry A. Wise, Richmond, Va., to George Booker, n.p. Concerning the Presidential election of 1856. 1 p.21 April 1857. Henry A. Wise, Washington, [D.C.], to W[illia]m H. D. C. Wright, n.p. Has appealed to President James Buchanan on behalf of [Henry] May, who seems to be leaning toward [Hugh] Buchanan [for a political appointment],- suggests that May stand firm, and if not selected, "acquiesce with grace"; himself nor his family not well; is "disgusted with Washington," and would like to see more "positive men here." 3 pp. 13 Nov[embe]r 1859. Henry A. Wise, Richmond, Va., to Henry Martyn, Waltham, Mass. Proclaiming sentiment about religion and liberty. 1 p.
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