Origin of crandall
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“Sometimes elevating the heart rate will cause additional pounding in your head,” says Crandall.
"How are you, Crandall," answered Blodgett, while Volney nodded pleasantly.Dave Porter in the Far North|Edward Stratemeyer
Don't remember whether Crandall said they were sent or brought to him.
Crandall came at her husband's request, to accompany the family, because they were sick in travelling.
Dr. Crandall explained that they had stopped the Emancipator and sent the pamphlets in lieu of it.
Crandall replied, that he didn't approve of putting them into circulation, for the excitement was too high already.