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Daniel Webster writes Reverand S. K. Lothrop to question where to find the observation from Mr. Madison that states the reason to keep the word "slavery" from the Constitution, dated Feb. 27, 1850.
Washington Feb 27, ‘50 My Dear Sir Where shall I find that observation of Mr. Madison, which States the reason for keeping the word “Slavery” out of the Constitution? Give my love to Mary Rackminster, her husband & children. Danl Webster Revd.
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Daniel Webster, Reverand S. K. Lothrop, Madison, slavery, word, constitution, 1850, February 27 1850, Mary Rackminster
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