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Chapter 1: Cambridge and Newburyport To Miss Nancy Storrow: May 17, 1844 Dear Aunty: I
In 1847 Higginson made sundry visits at Newburyport preparatory to settling there as pastor of oners.
March 5, 1847
My second visit to Newburyport was singularly analogous to the first.
The up the fine long street joining Newbury and Newburyport, past Lord Timothy's house with the statues there you would go there again.
Instantly Newburyport stock rose fifty per cent in my mind.
School days, Sam Johnson, were written from Newburyport.
June, 1847 Dear Sam:
. . . I feel much rote weekly chronicles of his experiences.
Newburyport, Sunday, December 28 Dearest Mother:
My on slavery finally led to his resignation.
Newburyport, September, 1849
This letter opens very . Morss, the editor and thinker-general for Newburyport, who has always fought my views vigorously, wth-num [Frothingham] (this is the accurate Newburyport pronunciation)....
Up here we are quite