Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Jan” in chapter 1 of Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli:
...easant and spirited way of thinking. I should judge, too, that she possesses peculiar purity of mind. I am going to spend this evening with her, and wish you were to be with us. Cambridge, Jan . 3, 1828.—I am reading Sir William Temple's works, with great pleasure. Such enlarged views are rarely to be found combined with such acuteness and discrimination. His style, though diffuse...
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