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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 1 And nearly all their force is now engaged on American orders. The colossal statue of Abram Lincoln for the city of Philadilphia [sic], modelled by Rogers, lay on his back, with men filing all around him, a leg across the room on a bench, an arm at another bench, finished will weigh about 3000 pounds-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 1 Scattered around the room, were the pieces for the great bronze fountain going to Cincinnati, a present to the city from Mr Probasco in accordance with the provisions of a certain will-     When finished to be thirty six feet high. The first story of it represents heads, animals +c.   The second state holds fourteen life size figures of water seekers in different capacities, the whole surmounted by a colossal female erect with outstretched arms (in the attitude of a Priestess giving her blessing to all beneath her) out of who’s hands the water is to fall. Designed to cost about $84.000 here-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 In the adjoining yard were standing eight splendid figures in a row, going to America as soon as the other two were finished, all designed by Rogers for the following destination =  for Detroit Michigan a splendid colossal Goddess of War to be surround [sic] (probably on the pedestal below her) by four life sized men representing Infantry

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