Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chief Justice Parker” in chapter 1 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:

...inue brilliant conversation, over a simple supper below stairs, at nine o'clock, with his sisters, if they were staying with him. There I found, generally, Mr. Samuel Dexter, the eminent lawyer, and Chief Justice Parker , both of them Mr. Buckminster's parishioners. The conversation was mostly theological and political. Mr. Buckminster was very brilliant and charming, but sometimes uncertain and abrupt. He was ...
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