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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 21 A great sorrow came to Phillis in the death on March 3, 1774, of her best friend, Mrs. Wheatley, then in her sixty-fifth year. How she felt about this event is best set forth..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 23 the attention, I hope, will apologize for the delay and plead my excuse for the seeming, but not real neglect. I thank you most sincerely for your polite notice of me..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 21 A great sorrow came to Phillis in the death on March 3, 1774, of her best friend, Mrs. Wheatley, then in her sixty-fifth year. How she felt about this event is best set forth..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 19 the lirst pages, in the handwriting of PhillisWheatley, are these words: Mr. Brook Watson to PhillisWheatley, London, July, 1773. At the bottom of the same page..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley Id garde d as a kind of poet-laureate in the domestic circles of Boston. She was frequently invited to the homes of people to whom Mrs. Wheatley had introduced her, and was regarded..."
Date:1921
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 15 garded as a kind of poet-laureate in the domestic circles of Boston. She was frequentlyinvited to the homes of people to whom Mrs. Wheatley had introduced her, and was regarded..."
Date:1918
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 21 A great sorrow came to Phillis in the death on March 3, 1774, of her best friend, Mrs. Wheatley, then in her sixty-fifth year. How she felt about this event is best set forth..."
Date:1918
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Text:"... for its commercial and banking houses. When Phillis entered the Wheatley home the family consisted of four persons, Mr. and Mrs. Wheatley, their son Nathaniel, and their daughter Mary. Nathaniel and Mary..."
Date:1918
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 21 A great sorrow came to Phillis in the death on March 3, 1774, of her best friend, Mrs. Wheatley, then in her sixty-fifth year. How she felt about this event is best set forth..."
Date:1921
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 23 the attention, I hope, will apologize for the delay and plead my excuse for the seeming, but not real neglect. I thank you most sincerely for your polite notice of me..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... commercial and banking houses. When Phillis entered the Wheatley home the family consisted of four persons, Mr. and Mrs. Wheatley, their son Nathaniel, and their daughter Mary. Nathaniel and Mary were twins..."
Date:1921
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley IS garded as a kind of poet-laureate in the domestic circles of Boston. She was frequentlyinvited to the homes of people to whom Mrs. Wheatley had introduced her, and was regarded..."
Date:1918
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Text:"... was the pet of the society people of England. Now it was that a peculiar gift of PhillisWheatley shone to advantage. To the recommendations of a strange history, ability to write verses, and the influence..."
Date:1918
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... opportunity; if you want more they shall be ready for you. I am very aflfectionatcly your friend, PhillisWheatley. Mter the death of Mrs. WheatleyPhillis seems not to have lived regularly at the old home..."
Date:1918
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Text:"... was the pet of the society people of England. Now it was that a peculiar gift of PhillisWheatley shone to advantage. To the recommendations of a strange history, ability to write verses, and the influence..."
Date:1918
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Text:"... and Moral, By PhillisWheatley, Negro Servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in NewEngland. London . . . Printed. Re-printed, in New-England. 1816. 120 pp. 16°. A.A.S. Y.U. B.P. N.Y.H.S. Memoir and Poem..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... opportunity; if you want more they shall be ready for you. I am very affectionately your friend, PHILLISWHEATLEY. After the death of Mrs. WheatleyPhillis seems not to have lived regularly at the old home..."
Date:1921
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 19 the first pages, in the handwriting of PhillisWheatley, are these words: Mr. Brook Watson to PhillisWheatley, London, July, 1773. At the bottom of the same page..."
Date:1921
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 15 garded as a kind of poet-laureate in the domestic circles of Boston. She was frequently invited to the homes of people to whom Mrs. Wheatley had introduced her, and was regarded..."
Date:1918
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Text:"...PhillisWheatley 23 the attention, I hope, will apologize for the delay and plead my excuse for the seeming, but not real neglect. I thank you most sincerely for your polite notice of me..."
Date:1921
Publication place:New York, USA