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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 23: return to his profession.—1840-41.—Age, 29-30. (search)
ized, and the Whigs are confident. The election takes place in November. The Whigs, in anticipation of success, have already partitioned the high offices. Of course, all our troop abroad will be recalled, Stevenson leading the dance home. They have republished at Lowell — a manufacturing town in Massachusetts, and the Manchester of America-your admirable translation of Faust. I shall send you a copy of this edition by the earliest opportunity. At Louisville, on the other side of the Alleghanies, they have published a translation of Macchiavelli's Discorsi on the First Decade of Livy. Willis is at his place in the interior of New York, and is joint editor of a New York [City] paper, writing letters, stories, and articles occasionally, for which he has about three hundred and fifty pounds a year. The paper is called Brother Jonathan. What can I send you from this side of the sea? Write me soon, and believe me, Ever faithfully yours, Charles Sumner. To Lieber he wrote,