Reuben Washburn letter
Three-page letter from Reuben Washburn of Boston to Andrew Mack in Hanover, New Hampshire informing him that he is reading law in Mr. Jackson's office. He recommends that writer commence practice in Newburyport. Taking advantage of all that Boston offers, attending theatre, churches, visiting The Athenaeum.
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James Cushing Merrill (1784-1853), Ebenezer Moseley (1781-1854), Charles Jackson (1775-1855), Theophilus Parsons (1750-1813), George Frederick Cooke (1756-1811), Joseph Stephen Buckminster (1784-1812), William Ellery Channing (1780-1842), Cyrus Mann (1785-1859)
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