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2 Works, vol. v. pp. 449-467, where Sumner's letters to Governor Andrew and others at this time are given. His letter to Rev. E. E. Hale, dated Dec. 30, 1860, was read by the latter at Faneuil Hall, March 14, 1874. The North American Review (1879), vol. CXXIX. pp. 125, 375, 484, gives anonymous reminiscences from ‘The Diary of a Public Man,’ some of which describe interviews with Sumner at the time. They are manifestly false in certain points, and as a whole, like all anonymous testimony, entitled to no credit. They are the subject of criticism in G. T. Curtis's ‘Life of Buchanan,’ vol. II. pp. 391, 395.
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