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Handwritten and signed letters between Clay and William Petters. On Aug. 24, 1845 Pettes wrote to Clay apologizing for the rude conduct of a driver in Pettes' employment. Clay responded in a letter dated Aug. 27, 1845 stating that the matter was of little importance and requesting that the driver not be discharged over the incident.
Handwritten and signed letters, dated 1878, and addressed to "Dear Sir." Colfax writes from South Bend, Indiana, about the political and social situation in Utah and urges that the fight against Mormons be continued.
Typed and signed letter to Charles Neumeyer.
Handwritten and signed letter dated 18 April 1873 which was written in New York and addressed to a Mr. Stuart. Hancock apologizes for not having done something Stuart requested.
Two letters written at Washington D.C. one handwritten and signed, the other typescript and signed. The handwritten item was written on Nov. 23, 1903. It is written to "Dear Uncle Grover" and gives particulars about Hay's biography of Abraham Lincoln. The typescript letter was written on Nov. 10, 1903. It is written to Charles Neumeyer, Esq. explaining that he does not know if Hay's "works" have been translated into German.