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Part II. Nathaniel Hawthorne

IV. Cotton Mather

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The German elector was proclaimed king from the balcony of the town-house in Boston, by the title of George I.; while the trumpets sounded and the people cried amen. That night the town was illuminated; and Cotton Mather threw aside book and pen, and left Grandfather's chair vacant, while he walked hither and thither to witness the rejoicings.

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Grandfather's Chair
Nathaniel Hawthorne

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