Autograph letter signed : Concord [Mass.], to Zachary Burchmore, 1853 Mar. 14.


Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Autograph letter signed : Concord [Mass.], to Zachary Burchmore, 1853 Mar. 14.

Autograph letter signed : Concord [Mass.], to Zachary Burchmore, 1853 Mar. 14.

Sending him a letter from [William Chase] Prescott (letter not included in this collection); mentioning that the President [Franklin Pierce] has "so much of [Hawthorne's] paper now in [his] hands" that Hawthorne is "afraid it will be going at a discount"; advising Burchmore on whether he should speak to President Pierce about certain matters.

1 item (2 p.) ; 20.1 cm.

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