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    Document starting or appearing on page number 109
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    1[Summer 1759.] (Adams Papers)
    Mr. Wibirt . Ld. Chancellor Hardwick used at night to take off the Robes of his office and lay them aside. “There Ld. Chancellor lie there till morning.” This Story means that he assumed the state and Dignity of his office, when he was in the Exercise of it, but threw off all state with his Robes and shewed the sociable Friend and Companion. P arson W ibird . Out of H annah and E sther might...