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  • a par with those designs we often see cut out of paper, by an ingenious schoolboy yet they may be adduced as criterions of the average merit appertaining to the generality of the productions of the burine of "the old school."

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 396, October 31, 1829

  • The portraits of governors of the Commonwealth, so judi - ciously hung in the senate-chamber of the Slate-house, with the large and valuable exhibition of a similar kind made in the library of Harvard college, and the few in Faneuil hall, where a series of the mayors of Boston might well be looked for, excite the wish, that public places may be - come more and more ornamented with the products of the pencil and burine, to transmit to other times the features of worthy men.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society


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