Title:Andrew Jackson letters : ALS, 1828, 1838
Creator/Contributor:Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845, creator
Creator/Contributor:Butler, Edward G., Correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Robison, William., Correspondent.
Autograph letters, signed, by Andrew Jackson: letter of 1828 Feb. 3, from the Hermitage, to Colonel William Robison, Oak Grove,
Westmorland Co., Va., regarding Jackson's political opponents, with remarks on Henry Clay; and letter of 1838 Sept. 19, from
the Hermitage, to Major Edward G.W. Butler, regarding personal matters and Jackson's opinions on the national banking system
and the constitutional powers of Congress.
Subject:Clay, Henry -- 1777-1852
Includes trancript of 1838 letter.
The Bancroft Library holds a letter addressed to a William Robinson, also of Westmorland Co., Va., dated 1805 June 30 (BANC
MSS 92/521 z), that appears to have come from the same collection.
BANC MSS 92/361 z