"And if Ludlow could come, too, Washington would not meet with the fate of Sodom for want of three virtuous men and tobacco-smokers. Fitz-Hugh sends me his last story. He has talent enough for anything, and a heart as noble as native sunshine can make it."
SOURCE: Stedman, Laura & Gould, George M. Life and Letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman Vol. 1, New York: Moffat, Yard & Co. 1910. Letter from E.C. Stedman to R.H. Stoddard, 1 Feb. 1862.
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