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Text for Page 043 [12-09-1851]

              where it was accepted.  Other things to do.  With Cornelius
Mathews to the Literary World Office, where he lent me
his �Chanticleer� a Dicken�s-sort of American story. [word crossed out]
[words crossed out].     He had yesterday been introduced
to Kossuth. So had Genin, whom I yesterday saw, about
the pupil business.   [words crossed out]
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[words crossed out]  			 To and fro about the
Traveler Office; to Millers, having had a note from him,
and then  back to dinner.  Wrote a letter to Mr Hart.
Evening drawing on the Reveille blocks.
  10.  Wednesday.  Finishing the Reveille things, to Ann
Street with �em, calling at Genins by the way.  A brother
of his like to die, so I couldn�t bother him.  To Reveille
Office.  Got $3 from Barton; to Lockington�s, then to 
Traveler Office.   Wrote notices for Holbrook, (at Hawkins
confession of inf-eriority!)  [words crossed out] ^|Forms| all ready; � couldn�t go to
press yet, as the printers were engaged on other paper.   To
the Post Office. Back to Traveler.   Then to Franklin.
Dined, then the brief afternoon hour purchasing things for
fire � 2 Bushels of Coal, Shovel &c.     Evening got fire
after some difficulty, and then drew Reveille cut.     Then
fire went out from inattention.  Wrote the preceding six
pages, and now am going to bed, after head-washing.               
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