Rutland Vt: 1872. July 8, 1872, Two pages (Approx. 7.5” 9.75”) on Dunton & Yeazey Law stationery to Henry Spaulding. Very good. Item #18143
A friendly letter that discusses the forthcoming Presidential Election. "How are politics with you? I suppose the farmer of Chapaqua (sic) is not in very good odor with you, kowever I think I shall vote for Horace Greeley. I like him better than I do Grant. I don't apprehend any danger or disaster to the country from an administration by H. G. We have certainly got to meet this Hydra of corruption that stalks through the land and make a change in civil service."