April 18th. 1859.
My dear Hunt,
Were it worth while I would beg of you instead of "Gems from the Statesman" &c. to read -
Always we gladly see him in the old
And glorious temple faithful worshipped.
That is, vindicating the right, denouncing the wrong, & clothing all things with a broad brilliant light - in a style playful and polished, searching and
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