Letters, 1826 May 14-1832 June 26, Washington and London, to George Ticknor, Boston.

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Vaughan, Charles Richard, 1774-1849. Letters, 1826 May 14-1832 June 26, Washington and London, to George Ticknor, Boston.

Letters, 1826 May 14-1832 June 26, Washington and London, to George Ticknor, Boston.

Comments favorably on Webster, Ticknor's knowledge of Spanish literature; mentions his impending journey. Thanks him for Hale's map of New England; mentions Sir Isaac Coffin. Letter of introduction for Charles and Fanny Kemble.

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