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Boston, April 5th, 1873. This is to certify that I find the following entry in the Record of Baptisms... Edward, son of Edward Robinson & Theresa... born Sept. 19, 1836.
Cambridge, Apr. 20, 1868. My Dear Sir, I am very much obliged to you for your kind remembrance...
City of Bostsom, March 28, 1873. I, Nicholas A. Apollonio... cannot find therein any record of the birth of Edward Robinson...
Department of State, Washington, 28th Feby 1866. My dear Sir: your very interesting letter of the 27th ultimo, and its accompaniment, have been received.
Department of State, Washington, November 14, 1868. Sir: In response to the request contained in your note of the 12th instant, I have the honor to inform you...
Good Friday [April 15] 1870. My dear Mr. Robinson, we are all struck with surprise & grief by the sudden demise of your mother.
Hartford, May 9th 1870. My dear nephew, your letter communicating the melancholly intelligence of the death of your dear mother, was duly recieved...
May 3rd [18]70. My dear cousins, sad indeed are the tidings conveyed to me by your letter of the 14th Ult.
New Haven, May 9th, 1870. My dear nephew, we have received your letter of the 14th of April giving us the sad news of the sudden decease of your excellent mother.
New York, May 4th, 1870. A Monsieur Edward Robinson, Consul des États Unis, Hamburg Allemagne.
New York, the 27th day of January 1863. I, Edward Robinson of the City County and State of New York have made, constituted and appointed.. my son, Edward Robinson Jr. my true and lawful attorney...
No. 52 Clinton Place, Monday. Rev. E. Robinson D.D., no. 257 Green St.
Washington, D.C., March 2, 1867. My dear Sir: I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of you letter of the 13th ultimo.
Yours truly Henry W. Longfellow