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Charles Darwin Rice letter
Letter from Charles Darwin Rice in Woodstock, New Brunswick to Parker Cleaveland in Brunswick, Maine, thanking Cleaveland for diploma. Dr. Wiley is settled in this vicinity, Mr. Beardsley is studying medicine. The latter has received prospectus from Dartmouth Medical School. "Not much pleased with it thought it dearly paid for at 3 3/4 cents."
- Rice, Charles Darwin, 1810-1853 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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