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A LADY WHO DIED AT THE AGE OF TWENTY-THREE, IN THE
VALLEY OF THE GREEN RIVER.
The noblest spirits sometimes grow up in the obscurest spheres.
E. FRENCH, 146 NASSAU STREET.
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1838, by CHARLES LESTER, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New-York.
The following corrections would have been made if it had been possible for the Author to read the proofs. Some of them are very important, changing the whole scope of the paragraph. Page iv-8 lines from bottom, for stronger, read stranger. 11-3
top, for cirumstances, read privation s. 38–14 ·
a comma, and not a period after
" for there, read then.
" bottom, for died, read dried.
bottom, for too, read to. " 18843
for poor, read wretch.
tcp, for' waited, read hailed.
top, for my, read every.
for my, read every.
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