Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Number Four” in chapter 1 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2:

...nly,—Felton, Cleveland, Hillard, Longfellow,—kept up their reunions, always commemorating at firesides and in feasts the loved member whose seat was vacant; and there were many callers at Number Four Court Street, who inquired eagerly for his health, progress, and the time of his return. One or another of Sumner's correspondents wrote to him of these public or private affairs, and never did a...
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