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The “Life of Margaret Fuller” (in Roberts Brothers' series of “Famous Women” ) was a small book, yet it stood for much careful work, and was so recognized and received. The recognition sometimes took a singular form, e.g., a letter from a gentleman styling himself “Prof. Nat. & Geol.,” who desires two copies of the “Margaret Fuller,” and asks her to “accept for them a choice selection of Lithological, Cabinet of Geological Mineral specimens, representing the Glacial, and Emptus period, also the Crystalline formation of the Earth's Strata, in Coolings, Rubbings, and Scratchings of the Drift Age.” The exchange was not effected.
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