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Entered according to Act o. L'ongress, in the year 1851, by
GEORGE W. GORDON AND JAMES W. PAIGE, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts
My Dear Sir:
The 'friendship which has subsisted so long between us, springs not more from our close family connection, than from similarity of opinions and sentiments.
I count it among the advantages and pleasures of my life ; and I pray you to allow me, as a slight, but grateful token of my estimate of it, to dedicate to you this volume of my Speeches.