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Text for Page 052 [01-09-1861]

	Frank Wood.

[photograph of Frank Wood]

public admiration subsequently.   In view of
my own position, it afforded me a curious amount
of satisfaction in heightening the imagined
dangers of his.    I would rather have told
my secret to a South Carolinian than this young
New Yorker.  Riordan really advised him to
return, but Carlyle thought he might have stay-
ed safely enough.             W. Waud was con-
siderably disgusted at the result of his attempt
on the �Mercury� Office.  He went into a book
and stationary store on the opposite side of the
way, standing sketching in the entrance, when               
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