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George Ticknor letter
Eight-page letter from George Ticknor in Dresden, Germany to Jeremiah Mason in which he describes the changes in England since his last trip, 20 years ago. Manufacturing has caused the towns to grow in size and the value of land to drop. Railroads, gaslight, Macadam roads have made a great change. Compares England's progress to that of Belgium and European countries in general. Considers Russian influence and strength. Discusses the effect of recent difficulties between US and France.
- Ticknor, George, 1791-1871 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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Mr. Bates, Charles Mason, Mrs. Mary (Means) Mason, Robert Means Mason, Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850), Mr. Savage, Mrs. Anna (Eliot) Ticknor (1800-1885) i.e. Mrs. George Ticknor
Transcribed from Mss Card Catalogue.
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