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‘Good fortune comes at last and I certainly shall not reject it,’ the young Longfellow wrote to his father. ‘The last paragraph of the letter,’ he adds, ‘though put in the form of a permission, seems to imply a request. I think I shall accept that also.’ Some additional correspondence, however, proved necessary, such as follows:—
1 Life, i. 205; alsoHarvard College Papers [Ms.], VI. 290.
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