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" THIS LITTLE FELLOW had his acquaintances among his father's friends, and I chanced to be one of them. He never failed to seek me out in the crowd, shake hands, and make some pleasant remark; and this, in a boy often years of age, was, to say the least,... "
Behind the scenes; or, Thirty years a slave, and four years in the White house - Page 106
by Elizabeth Keckley - 1868 - 379 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 73

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1862
...Dr. Richard Sibbcs' work, The Returning Backslider, 4to. 1641.]— Notes and Queries. WILLIE LINCOLN had his acquaintances among his father's friends,...and make some pleasant remark ; and this in a boy of but ten years of age, was, to say the least, endearing to a stranger. But he had more than mere affectionateness....
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Behind the Scenes, Or, Thirty Years a Slave and Four Years in the White House

Elizabeth Keckley - Philosophy - 1988 - 371 pages
...Mrs. Lincoln wrote to me when she heard of my bereavement was full of golden words of comfort. r>* Nathaniel Parker Willis, the genial poet, now sleeping...acquaintances among his father's friends, and I chanced to bo one of them. lie never failed to seek me out in the crowd, shake hands, and make some pleasant remark;...
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Behind the Scenes: Formerly a Slave, But More Recently Modiste, and a Friend ...

Elizabeth Keckley, Frances Smith Foster - Biography & Autobiography - 1868 - 270 pages
...me when she heard of my bereavement was full of golden words of comfort. Nathaniel Parker Willis,7 the genial poet, now sleeping in his grave, wrote...and make some pleasant remark; and this, in a boy often years of age, was, to say the least, endearing to a stranger. But he had more than mere affectionateness....
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Behind the Scenes: Or, Thirty Years a Slave, and Four Years in the White House

Elizabeth Keckley - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 371 pages
...Nathaniel Parker "Willis, the genial poet, now sleeping in his grave, "wrote this beautiful sketeh of ""Willie Lincoln, after the sad death of the bright-eyed boy : " This little fellow had his acquaintanees among his father's friends, and I chaneed to bo one of them. He never failed to seck...
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