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1 Mentioned ante, p. 2, as a friend of the father, he survived the son, living to the great age of eighty-seven. He was the author of a ‘Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England,’ in four volumes, a work of the highest value.
2 Though the Journal contains no allusion to it and his letters very few, yet it had been one of his constant occupations, in every country he visited, to buy books. He confined himself to collections of literature, for he wanted the books as the instruments of his labor. The Spanish collection was already remarkable.
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