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ters, full of affection, each detailing his studies, and the latter reporting also the incidents of college life.
Lieber invoked his good offices with publishers and critics.
Among correspondents who wrote with less frequency were Longfellow, Mr. Daveis, Luther S. Cushing (who wrote concerning The Jurist), Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lawrence, Richard Fletcher, Willard Phillips, and Benjamin Rand; and, after their return from Europe, Mr. Ticknor and Dr. Shattuck.
His letters to Judge Story and Hiloul, has early been consecrated to become one of the priests in the sacred temple of truth and humanity, of right and pure liberty.
Fulfil, then, your destiny, and be conscious of an august calling.
Be a true citizen by being a noble man.
Mr. Daveis wrote, Jan. 18:—
But I must not exhaust my whole sheet on one topic, though you invited it. It is no less interesting to you and your friends what is to be the chance for you when you get home.
And can there be any question about it?