Delegate from New Hampshire (Continental Congresses of 1775-77, 1786-87), framer and signer of the Constitution, and U.S. Senator, free frank "free J. Langdon"
as Senator on letter signed by Ebenezer Hazard,
former Postmaster General, datelined New York, April 17, 1790, to the Rev. Jedediah Morse at Charlestown Mass., faintly struck "New-York April 18" straightline and "Free" handstamp, about half of the letter deals with business, the other offers sharp comments about Congress including the statement, "Local Politics have too great an Influence in Congress,
some light foxing along folds, otherwise Very Fine, Langdon's frank is extremely rare, the combination of Langdon's and Hazard's signatures on one document is most unusual, ex Grunin and Robertson
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