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and when he stops in London a few days next October, I will take the liberty to tell him he may call on you in my name, if you happen to be in town.
He is a most amiable and agreeable person, of whom we are all very fond.
Mrs. Ticknor desires her kind regards may be given to Mrs. Milman and yourself.
Very faithfully yours, George Ticknor.
To Count Adolphe de Circourt, Paris. Boston, May 30, 1842.
my dear Count Circourt,—In your very kind and most agreeable letter, written last February, you ask me to write to you on the political prospects of the United States.
More than once I have determined to do so, but have been compelled to forbear, because everything was so unsettled, and it was so uncertain what course would be finally taken.
Now, however, we begin, I think, to see some of the results at which we must, before long, necessarily arrive, and having something really to say, I shall have much pleasure in saying it to you. But you must bear in mind that it is in the n