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President of the college; his predecessor, Josiah Quincy, just leaving it; John Quincy Adams, Robere lecture room.
i. p. 384. Josiah Quincy wrote, May 15, 1847, after reading the lecmont Temple, in favor of the election of Josiah Quincy, Jr., as Mayor;
Boston Atlas, Dec. 13, 184 after the high models here presented.
Josiah Quincy, acknowledging the present to him of the tandetur.
Truly and respectfully yours, Josiah Quincy. No. 1 Beacon Hill, Nov. 28, 1850.
Palyears old, it was my fortune to listen to President Quincy's address before the Peace Society, delivnd our resources of all kinds also.
To Josiah Quincy, September 2:—
Mrs. Quincy's long ilMrs. Quincy's long illness had made me often think of late that the close of her beautiful life was near at hand; and yeldness or alienation of others I have found Mrs. Quincy a constant friend.
Grateful to her memory,orbear offering the tribute of my grief.
Mrs. Quincy's early and constant interest in Sumner has
the four States, to vote for her admission with or without slavery; but his vote stands nay. But it would be a long work to expose his shiftless course,— everything by starts, and nothing long.
Mr. Leavitt, of the Independent, talks of taking him in hand, and exposing the double dealings of his life.
I wish he might do it through the Post.
When you have done with the pamphlet, please return it. Of the committee who reported it were George Blake, now dead, who was a leading Republican; Josiah Quincy, Federalist, late President of Harvard College; James T. Austin, Republican, late Attorney-General of Massachusetts; and John Gallison, a lawyer, who died soon after, but of whom there are most grateful traditions in the profession.
1 admired particularly the article on Webster, written shortly after the speech.
It must have been done by Mr. Dix.
John A. Dix. Sumner was probably at fault in this conjecture. Aut Erasmus aut Diabolus. I cannot forbear expressing the sincere delight wi