Letter to James Gates Percival. New York, NY. 1834 Nov. 5.


Letter to James Gates Percival. New York, NY. 1834 Nov. 5.

Accepting Percival's work for publication in the Dec. issue [Knickerbocker 1834, no. 4, p. 487, "Sonnet".] along with works by Paulding, Knowles, Verplank, Kemble, etc.

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