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Huntington, Samuel H. (1765-1817) Letter Signed, 12 August 1810. Single leaf of wove paper, inscribed on one page. To Boston bookseller, publisher and librarian William Blagrove, regarding the Bunker Hill Association. "Accept my thanks for the flattering manner in which you have personally expressed yourselves towards me and be assured that nothing in my power shall ever be wanting, to encourage the sincere feelings and principles that led to our glorious Revolution and to support the Republican Institutions of our Country." Old folds, mounted, 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 in.
Samuel H. Huntington (nephew of the signer) served as the third governor of Ohio.
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