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About sailing his ship down the harbor.
ALS: "I. Hull", 1p, 4½x7¼, No place, Wednesday (no date). In full: "The Washington will not sail to day. She will probably drop down to the light & sail in the Morning. We must of course delay our own down the Harbor until the morning - when I shall be happy to have you join us." Hull commanded the frigate Constitution ("Old Ironsides") in its defeat of the British frigate Guerrière in the War of 1812. He was in command of the Pacific squadron (1824-1827), the Washington Navy Yard (1829-1835) and the Mediterranean squadron (1838-1841). Portion of lower left (approximately 2¼x¾), probably containing name of recipient, cut away, else in fine condition.

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Born: March 9, 1773
Died: February 13, 1843

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