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Cass, Lweis.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED.

Washington, April 27, 1846. 2pages on one large sheet folded once, 10x8", folds, glue marks and abrasions on rear (blank) page else very nice. Cass, as U.S. Senator from Michigan, writes to a friend about a "rejection" (recipients Government appointment?): "Other cases have been before yours on the calendar……. I will converse with some members on your case" Recipient, a "Henry Hor" from Philadelphia, was probably the former U.S. Representative and , at the time of the letter, was soon to be the ex-collector of customs in Philadelphia. Cass, one of Michigan's most famous exports, was a general in the War of 1812, Governor of the Michigan Territory, Secretary of War under Andrew Jackson, Secretary of State under President Buchanan, and Democratic nominee for President in 1848.


Book Id: 95-4960

Price: $495.00

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