|Statement||by an American citizen|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
Letter to His Excellency Wm. H. Seward, governor of the state of New-York by William Farley Gray, , Printed by W. Osborn edition, in English. Home» Letter from William Henry Seward to William Henry Seward, Jr., Septem Repository:Rare Books and Special Collections Date William H. Seward, Jr. Auburn, New York. General: I am informed by the Secretary of War. x Edwin Stanton. From Rose Greenhow to William H. Seward, Secretary of the State. Newsclipping of a letter to Seward, obtained by the Richmond Whig, and subsequently published in the newspaper as a true copy of the origin al. The letter details her imprisonment and offers an . Letter from a National Union Man to Hon. William H. Seward. Feb. 28, can be learned from the countless illustrations of the Divine wisdom in the book of Nature, Providence and Revelation.
The copy contains a note from Janet Seward to Augustus Henry Seward dated Aug Enclosed inside the second copy sent to Augustus is a newspaper article titled "Gen. Seward's Resignation" dated September 7, that mentions William H. Seward, Jr.'s resignation as Treasurer and Director of the Southern Central Railroad Co. Autobiography of William H. Seward, from to With a Memoir of His Life, and Selections from His Letters from to William Henry Seward, Frederick William Seward D. Appleton, William H. Seward book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Book by Seward, William Henry, Seward, Frederick William. Letter to William H. Seward from Sarah Josepha Hale () by Sarah Josepha Hale sister projects: Wikidata item.
Scope and Contents of the Collection The William H. Seward Letters consists of incoming and outgoing letters. One of the incoming letters is a letter from Matthew Livingston Davis, congratulating Seward on "the results of the late Election in our State" (i.e., Seward's election as governor of New York). Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters written by William H. Seward while he served as United States Secretary of State. The first letter is dated Novem and was sent to George P. March, U.S. Ambassador to Italy, as a letter of introduction for Governor Oliver P. Morton. William H. Seward Letter, W. S. Hoole Special Collections Library, The University of Alabama Finding Aid to the William Henry Seward Collection, – (bulk –), New York State Library American Abolitionists and Antislavery Activists, comprehensive website featuring abolitionist and anti-slavery activists in the United States. Get this from a library! Letter to William H. Seward / by an American citizen, March 19th, [American citizen.;].