[Letter] 1828 Jun. 14, Boston [to] F. Hopkinson. The letter concerns money Hutchinson supposedly paid to Webster as reported to a Mrs. Grant, Hutchinson being a "great rogue." With an engraving of Daniel Webster by A. H. Ritchie, N.Y., published by E. Anthony, New York. -- [Letter] 1836 Jun. 23, Washington [to] C. C. Trowbridge. The letter regards personal banking arrangements. -- [Letter] 1850 Jun. 16 [to] Mr. Eliot. The letter discusses events in the Senate. -- [Letter] 1851 Feb. 25, Washington, D.C. [to] Geo. Lunt, U.S. Distct Atty, Boston. Webster conveys instructions to engage Mr. Choate or Mrs. Chas. G. Lossing to assist in "prosecutions now in progress, growing out of the lawless transactions, which recently occurred in Boston." -- [Franked envelope] for the Department of State with Webster's signature, dated Dec. 1, Washington City, D.C., to James H. Canster, Washington. -- [Franked envelope] Webster's signature, n.d. to Thomas Aspinwall, U.S. Consul, London, with Mr. John Lyons name in lower left corner. -- [Envelope, verso] with wax seal of Webster's initials.