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To JAMES T. FIELDS [mid-December 1861?], Wheeling Mr. Fields Is the Continental Magazine going to be a friend or a rival of “our’s?” Mr. Leland[1] has written to me to become one of this corps—what shall I tell him? You are my mentor you…

To JAMES T. FIELDS [December 30, 1861], Wheeling Mr. Fields I am glad that my poor Georgian[1] could find so warm a welcome in Massachusetts. Perhaps I need not have written it “with one hand tied behind my back” as Artemus Ward[2] says—after…

To JAMES T. FIELDS December, 20 [1861], Wheeling Mr. Fields I find that John Lamar was not mailed until Dec 11–and directed to J. T. Fields, Atlantic Monthly, Boston. Possibly it is still in the Boston P.O. I hope it is all right. The delay here…

To JAMES T. FIELDS December 19, [1861], Wheeling Mr. Fields I did not keep the story for alteration, but sent it to the mail on the day I promised. I am sorry if it is lost as I made no copy. I left it to a friend to direct and probably he omitted…
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