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1 Mill John Stuart The London and Westminster Review [collection of undated extracts] 1 title page Radical Party and Canada RPC.tp title page
2 Mill John Stuart The London and Westminster Review [collection of undated extracts] 1 Radical Party and Canada RPC.509 509 15 pen text editorial correction would have
3 Mill John Stuart The London and Westminster Review [collection of undated extracts] 1 Radical Party and Canada RPC.529 529 ?pencil idle mark
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5 Mill John Stuart The London and Westminster Review [collection of undated extracts] 1 Radical Party and Canada RPC.534 534 pen text Art. V. Letters of Lucius Manlius Piso from / Palmyra to his Friend Marcus Curtius at Rome / Now first translated and published 2 vols 12mo / New York: 1837 / Speaking of the difficulties which in / America retard the formation of a vigorous / and original National Literature and / of the copies and imitation mere echoes of / the inspired voices of the Old World, which / must in the mean time be accepted as great / things until a greater appear. Miss / Martineau says:[asterisk] / “I met with one gem in American literature / where I should have least expected it in / the ‘Knickerbocker’ a New York Monthly / Magazine. / Last spring a set of papers / began to appear, called ‘Letters from / Palmyra,’ six numbers of which had been / issued when I left the country. I have / been hitherto unable to obtain the rest / but if they answer to the early portions / there can be no doubt of their being / shortly in everybody’s hands in both countries / Society in America vol iii p 216