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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 8: early professional life.—September, 1834, to December, 1837.—Age, 23-26. (search)
t you can from the well stocked stores of your head. Your letters are a real treat to me. And again, Feb. 15, 1837, referring to Sumner's proposed visit to Europe: That you are to go will be a great impediment to me, for though you are but young I know how well esteemed you are; and being young you are active for my interest. When you are gone, I shall have no friendly agent in Boston. He wrote, Oct. 23, I don't know how I shall thank you for all your kindness and assistance; and again, Nov. 30, I thank you for the care you have taken of my literary reputation. Judge Story wrote to Sumner, Dec. 2, What poor Lieber will do without you, I know not. He will die, I fear, for want of a rapid, voluminous, and never-ending correspondence. Dr. Lieber wrote, Sept. 23, 1837:— Let me thank you, my dear friend, most heartily for your kind addition of stock to my work in your last. The interest I see you take in my book cheers me much. Contribute more and more. It will all be than