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Excerpt from The Christian Examiner, Vol. 69: November, 1860
The temptation Offered by these publications to write of two Of the foremost contributors to the pleasant literature of our time, is not to be resisted, even at the risk Of telling a thrice-told tale, - not much of a risk, after all, since those who have any affinity for the story can never tire of its repe tition. Besides, it is not our purpose to speak of them chieﬂy as writers. We are able now to remove the always more than semi-transparent masks of the humorists, and show the sweet, brave faces Of the men.
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