"At length I saw a grass-grown opening toward the sea between crumbling brick walls, with the weedy length of an earth-and-masonry wharf projecting beyond. Piles of moss-covered stones near the water promised tolerable seats . . . Here, I thought, was the ideal place for a long secret colloquy." [ Photo of an old wharf, Newburyport. ]


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