Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Number Four” in chapter 1 of Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2:
...n, felt for him a sisterly affection.
His most constant correspondent was Hillard, who, in frequent and well-filled letters, kept him informed of all that was passing among friends, in courts, at Number Four , in book-making, in society, and at Cambridge.
Greenleaf wrote of the Law School and of politics.
Story wrote of cases heard or decided by the Supreme Court, and of his labors as professor and au...
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