10 x 8 inches, no place, July 26, 1834. This letter mentions Daniel Webster and a memorial in Boston. Second signature of Kendall on verso and remnant of wax seal on front and verso. Two-inch tear along one of the natural folds; still very good condition.
Kendall was one of the most important members of Andrew Jackson's cabinet. He personally prepared the veto papers ending Jackson's war on the Bank of the United States. During the Civil War he supported Lincoln as a vigorous Democrat.