720 XTF Search Results (f4-subject=letter manuscript;f5-date=1791);f5-date%3D1791 Results for your query: f4-subject=letter manuscript;f5-date=1791 Sat, 14 Jan 2012 12:00:00 GMT Letter To William Wood Wilkins. Brown, Charles Brockden Listen my friend. The diallogue is short but singular. Heaven has perhaps not hitherto afforded you the opportunity of being present at a similar Interview. Ah! This is vain that I endeavour to describe it to you. My powers are unequal to the undertaking. Tis only by the eye and ear that any just conception of the Scene can be communicated. The passionate and visionary Youth! His whole soul appeared to be absorbed in the contemplation of one idea. The world had vanished; Nature was extinct; Nothing was seen but the bearer, of the precious the inestimable letter. See, in his countenance and manner, what mark of phrantic eagerness and impetuosity. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT