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" Those who read the newspapers forty years ago will recall a characteristic incident in the early life of Colonel Ellsworth, the brilliant young lawyer who was one of the first notable victims of the Civil War. His struggles to gain a foothold in his profession... "
Everyday Etiquette: A Practical Manual of Social Usages - Page 144
by Marion Harland, Virginia Terhune Van de Water - 1905 - 363 pages
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What Billingsgate Thought: A Country Gentleman's Views on Snobbery

William Alexander Newman Dorland - Snobs and snobbishness - 1919 - 183 pages
...anecdote, told by Marian Harland, of the first great sacrifice of the Kebellion. She remarks : ' ' Those who read the newspapers forty years ago will...attended by many hardships and humiliating privations. Once, finding the man he was looking for on a matter of business in a restaurant, he was invited to...
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