Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Jefferson” in chapter 2 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:
...s part of its summit.
The prospect is admirable. . . . . The lawn on the top, as I hinted, was artificially formed by cutting down the peak of the height.
In its centre, and facing the southeast, Mr. Jefferson has placed his house, which is of brick, two stories high in the wings, with a piazza in front of a receding centre.
It is built, I suppose, in the French style.
You enter, by a glass folding-doo...
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