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Abbott Lawrence letters
Letters from Abbott Lawrence in London to George Ticknore in Boston, telling him that he has been quite ill, boredom has not set in, mentions the spirit of reform in Britain, a possible settlement of difficulties between US and Great Britain, European affairs as well as the slavery question in the US. Also thanks him for books, refers to an exhibition and news of friends and tells him that Webster will be a good secretary.
- 1850-02-14 - 1854-05-21
- Abbott, Lawrence, 1792-1855 (Author, Person)
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0.1 linear ft. (1 envelope) : 12 items ; 16-23 cm
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Europe History 1848-1871, London Exhibitions, United States Foreign Relations with Great Britain
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