Letter, 1810 January 10, St. Petersburg, to George Ticknor, Boston.

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Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847. Letter, 1810 January 10, St. Petersburg, to George Ticknor, Boston.

Letter, 1810 January 10, St. Petersburg, to George Ticknor, Boston.

Wishing him a happy new year; states the advantages America has compared to Europe; describes his journey to Petersburg; differences between Europe and Russia.

3 p. on 1 fold. leaf. 25 cm.

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