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[162] and another camp of naturalists at Mayence. Meantime, he heard from Prescott, Sumner, and Felton at home; the ‘Spanish Student’ went through the press, and his friend Hawthorne was married. He finally sailed for home on October 22, 1842, and occupied himself on the voyage in writing a small volume of poems on slavery.

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