Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Webster” in chapter 1 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:
... I remember how I hated to sit down to dinner.
Dr. Wheelock was stiff and stately.
He read constantly, sat up late, and got up early.
He talked very gravely and slow, with a falsetto voice.
Mr. Webster could imitate him perfectly.
He had been in England, he had had a finger in politics, and had been a lieutenant-colonel in the army of the Revolution; but there was not the least trace of either of...
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