Letters to Parker Cleaveland Chandler, 22-26 March 1878.

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Quincy, Josiah, 1802-1882. Letters to Parker Cleaveland Chandler, 22-26 March 1878.

Letters to Parker Cleaveland Chandler, 22-26 March 1878.

Letters describe a dinner given by the bar for Lemuel Shaw on his appointment, in 1830, as Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Included are brief descriptions of other dinners given by the bar in 1829 and ca. 1835.

4 folded sheets (7 p.)

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