In This Issue
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A short story
"I have been measuring coal all day on board of a black little British schooner, in a dismal dock at the north-end of the city"
“Pittsburg … is densely packed with marvels. Go where you will, you find something of the most particular interest, that demands to be examined, and most richly rewards examination.”
“I could not help recurring to the idea of a lady in disguise.”
Address read before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, July, 1867