Yesterday we left William Wirt at about age thirteen in 1785 or so, chafing at an unjust accusation and physical punishment by his school’s usher, or assistant master.
Wirt was living with the master of his school, the Rev.
In this, after due exhibition of its unhappy effects, which, it may be, would have enlightened Seneca, though he has himself professed to treat the same subject, he reviewed those relations and functions of life most exposed to the assaults of this Fury.
He was consultant for an episode of History Detectives, and contributed to a display at Minute Man National Historic Park.
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