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Everett, Edward (1794-1865, brother-in-law of ABA)

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identified2

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mentioned102

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DCA05
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DCA06
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CFA visits and dines with20

DCA08
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CFA comments on18

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DCA07
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DCA08
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CFA's comments on12

DCA03
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DCA04
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speeches, lectures, and addresses11

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DCA06
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Gubernatorial candidacy and election (1835)8

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articles and reviews5

DCA03
115-116*
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DCA04
85-86*
214-215*

at P. C. Brooks'5

DCA07
95*
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DCA08
139*
345*

dines and visits with CFA5

DCA07
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195*
360*
DCA08
145*
188*

and JQA's candidacy for Governor4

DCA05
145*
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185*
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articles in North Amer. Rev. 3

DCA05
3-4*
DCA06
108*
179*

lectures3

DCA07
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DCA08
375*

on CFA's rejection of House nomination3

DCA08
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Phi Beta Kappa oration (The Circumstances Favorable to the Progress of Literature in America)3

DCA01

rift with Brooks family3

DCA05
xxviii*
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DCA06
344*

and Harvard presidency2

DCA05
116*
369-371*

and proposed antimasonic-National Republican coalition2

DCA06
292*
352*

gubernatorial defeat2

DCA08
326*
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lectures on Greek language and literature2

DCA01
336-463 passim

nomination for Congress2

DCA01

political career2

DCA03
28*
109*

portrait attributed to Bass Otis2

DCA02
304 (illus. following)
x

resolution on Greece2

DCA01
63
67

returns to Washington2

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83*
371*

“The Tariff Question,” North Amer. Rev. 2

DCA01

abolitionist opposition to1

DCA08
323*

address at anniversary of battle of Concord1

DCA01
460

and Adams MSS1

DCA08
221*

and Antimasonry1

DCA05
129-130*

and CFA1

DCA05
378*

and CFA's courtship of ABA1

DCA02
106-112 passim

and JQA's Senate defeat1

DCA06
68*

article by1

DCA07
384*

as clergyman1

DCA03
49*

career described1

DCA02
x

CFA on character of1

DCA02
418

compared to Ticknor1

DCA01
375

dinner for ABA1

DCA03
12*

dinner party1

DCA03
336*

LCA's comment on1

DCA03
197*

on McDuffie amendment1

DCA02
35

P. C. Brooks purchases house for1

DCA07
209*

Persico bust of1

DCA06
276*

present to CFA1

DCA02
199

proposed antimasonic nominee (1834)1

DCA05
357*

quarterly payments from P. C. Brooks Sr.1

DCA03
95*

reception for Indians1

DCA07
336*

relations with Adams family1

DCA08
65*

speech in House1

DCA02
98

Synopsis of a Course of Lectures on the History of Greek Literature 1

DCA01
350

“The History of Liberty” (Fourth of July oration)1

DCA02
269

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