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LAMBERT, John, English traveller, born about 1775. He visited this country in 1805 to study the effect of its new government, and to explore "those parts rendered interesting by the glories of a Wolfe, and a Washington, and after travelling in Canada and this country, returned to England and published " Travels through Lower Canada and the United States of America in the Years 1806, 1807, and 1808" (3 vols., London, 1810). In his second volume he publishes several essays from Washington Irving's "Salmagundi," saying that "they afford one of the most successful specimens of original composition that has been hitherto produced in the United States," and in his third volume he gives biographical notes of several statesmen of this country, a general statistical view of the United States for a period of twenty years, and observations upon its existing constitution and the customs of the people.
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