Harrison discusses the political climate that Worthington finds in Ohio. He also discusses politics in the Indiana Territory, the condition of Mr. W. Mills, and the men who his opponents say might be Harrison's replacement as governor if he should not be reappointed. Lastly, he mentions that Mrs. Harrison is ill.Worthington, Thomas, 1773-1827Remnants of red sealing wax remain. One page is blank
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