surveyor

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surveyor

A licensed professional who prepares surveys.

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For three months, his correspondence dwelled extensively on the Custom-House affair, ending with a lengthy letter to Horace Mann on August 8 in which he relinquishes "any expectation" of regaining the surveyorship. On January 15, 1850, he sent the manuscript of The Scarlet Letter (excluding the final three chapters) to his publisher, James Fields, noting that "[i]n the process of writing [the novel], all political and official turmoil has subsided within me" (CE 16:293, 305).
(5) Perhaps Miller and Beckett and their unacknowledged sources confused Hawthorne's surveyorship with his consulship in Liverpool (1853-1857) which did come courtesy of Pierce, but I have found no evidence of Captain Nathaniel meeting Consul Nathaniel in Liverpool; there is, however, some tentative evidence of the two Nathaniels' possible encounter in Salem between 1847 and 1849.