Boston, 1885. unbound. 2 pages, 8 x 5 inches, Boston, no date, circa 1885, informing a constituent that he is not feeling well, in part: "Since I saw you the other day I have been knocked down by what seems a very insignificant but very inconvenient little attack of fever. I think it very doubtful whether I get out on Sunday. If I do, I shall be fit for nothing but to get over to Trinity and back again..." Horizontal folds and two small stains on the second page; very good(+) condition. American Episcopal clergyman and longtime Rector of Boston's Trinity Church. He is best remembered as the lyricist of the Christmas hymn "O Little Town of Bethlehem.
(Inventory #: 273279)
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