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Mar. 14, 1894-Feb. 11, 1895-May 12, 1895 [series]:
Of note are a letter from Henry Shaler Williams, Mar. 19, 1894, New Haven, Connecticut, urging Stewart to support a bill providing for the continuation of the Topographical Survey of New York State; political letters from Thomas Collier Platt, Apr. 9, 1894, May 12, 1895; letter from Charles T. Saxton, Clyde, New York, Aug. 11, 1894, asking Stewart confidentially what his chances for support in Tompkins County would be for getting the nomination for second place if Levi P. Morton is nominated for governor; letter to Stewart from Hamilton Fish, Jr., Sept. 23, 1894, congratulating Stewart on his recent marriage, discussing plans for the county convention to be held in his own county, and remarking, "If the Assembly is Republican I expect to land the speakership." Also, letters of congratulation on his (Stewart's) re-election and condolence on the broken leg he suffered while campaigning.