Finally for the hundredth time I confirm
my preference and choice ...
HOST TO FIRM RESOLVE, the new year appeared propitious for historical scholarship. Dyspepsia and eye trouble of the previous summer had been forgotten. However, as his studies increasingly involved materials in foreign languages, Prescott overreached the abilities of a generous sister and a loving wife. Need and desire brought George Lunt to the post of reader-secretary. 1 A twenty-one-year-old graduate of Harvard in the class of 1824, Lunt initiated Prescott's practice of turning to recent graduates of that institution for bright young men to serve his purpose for short terms, usually while preparing for their own professional careers. As William's aide, Lunt spent certain designated hours with him six days a week—reading to him,____________________
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Publication information: Book title: William Hickling Prescott. Contributors: C. Harvey Gardiner - Author. Publisher: University of Texas Press. Place of publication: Austin, TX. Publication year: 1969. Page number: Not available.