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Stewart L. Woodford correspondence

Stewart L. Woodford

Stewart L. Woodford correspondence

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] Legation of the United States, Madrid, March 9, Dear Mr. President This morning the papers announce the unanimous passage by the House of Mr. Cannon’s bill putting $50, at your disposal.1 It has not excited the Spaniards—it has stunned them. Stewart L. Woodford resumed the practice of law in New York City and died there on Febru ; and was buried in Woodland Cemetery, Stamford, Connecticut.

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84,Aug. Spanish Minister Plenipotentiary in Washington Enrique Dupuy de Lôme to Spanish Minister of State Pio Gullón y Iglesias Washington, Janu Since my conference of this morning with Day,1 the latter went to see the President,2 and by telephone appointed 3 o’clock p.

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