Letter written by John Jordan Crittenden to John Bell, dated Dec. 21, 1841. Acknowledges receiving Bell's recent letter, states that Bell should not withdraw from politics because his services" and also talks about U. S. President John Tyler.
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John Jordan Crittenden attended the College of William & Mary (1805, 1807). He served as the Governor of Kentucky, a U. S. Senator, and Attorney General of the United States.
John Jordan Crittenden Letter to John Bell, Special Collections Research Center, William & Mary Libraries https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/7830 Accessed January 28, 2021.