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At one point Meagher challenged Raymond to a duel.
Briggs was one of the "brilliant corps of assistant editors" hired by Henry J. Raymond of the Times in 1852.
Briggs worked as an editor at the New York Times and was put in charge of the paper when Henry J. Raymond when to Europe.
Church and Raymond worked together at the Times.
When the Times doubled its size in 1852, O'Brien was among the "brilliant corps of assistant editors" hired by Raymond (354).
Bloom and Raymond were friends, and both members of the Fred Gray Association.
The Vault at Pfaff's
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