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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 23: return to his profession.—1840-41.—Age, 29-30. (search)
e. To Abraham Hayward, London. Boston, U. S. Of America, Aug. 31, 1840. dear Hayward,—This poor sheet and its pictures Wood-cuts of General W. H. Harrison, and of a log-cabin and cider barrels. will go by the Acadia, which sails to-morrow from this port for Liverpool. What can I write that will not be utterly dull to you of London? If you still persevere in your intention of giving an article on American eloquence, Mr. Hayward's article appeared in the Quarterly Review, Dec., 1840, Vol. LXVII., entitled, American Orators and Statesmen. With Mr. Everett, who is there mentioned. Mr. Hayward afterwards became well acquainted. let me ask you to read a paper in the last North American Review (July) on Guizot's Washington. You will find there some six or eight pages, which present a neat and concise view of partiesin the United States from the adoption of the Federal Constitution down to a comparatively recent period. The author is Mr. Edward Everett, recently Govern