I was gratified to learn from my friend Miss Carpenter that she had the pleasure of seeing you while in Lowell and to recieve [sic] through her a kind message from you.
I believe she told me you had some thought of writing to me in relation to some manuscripts of Edgar's which you supposed to be in my possession--I think she must have misunderstood you and that you must have referred to the copies of the Broadway Journal which he left with me--
With the exception of Letters and notes I have no manuscripts of his saving two pages of a lecture he delivered
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