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Letter, Dec. 19, 1871.

Author: Whitelaw Reid
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letter to George Alfred Townsend at the Chicago Tribune thanking him for a favorable notice and stating that he is not sensitive to the "sort of attack that Young and his associates in Washington have been stirring up."
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Named Person: Whitelaw Reid; George Alfred Townsend; John Russell Young; Whitelaw Reid; George Alfred Townsend; John Russell Young
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Whitelaw Reid
OCLC Number: 54025439
Description: 2 p.

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Letter to George Alfred Townsend at the Chicago Tribune thanking him for a favorable notice and stating that he is not sensitive to the "sort of attack that Young and his associates in Washington have been stirring up."

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