The enclosed paper Mrs. Holt White (whom you have heard me mention) desired me to give to you; he said perhaps it might suit your plan to insert it in the Examiner, now that institutions for the education of the poor are so ripe. Do not consider me importunate - but I should be happy to hear from you, if it be but a statement of your health. I suppose I need not ask you if you have heard of the new candidate for the title of Jurruis, Mr. Glover, -- the Author of Leonidas? according to my shallow judgement in such cases, he has a stronger claim to the title than any one who has yet been proposed. A number of collateral circumstances in the little political memoir of himself and now edited by Mr. Duppa, bear apparent by an unintentional evidence to his being the man.
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