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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 16: events at home.—Letters of friends.—December, 1837, to March, 1839.—Age 26-28. (search)
comes, may you find yourself as happy as you are now. I speak of your next with no common interest, because I hope and believe you will keep it with us. Oh, a happy gathering will we have! Mrs. C. wrote April 30, 1838:— I never meet any of your friends, dear Sumner, that you are not enthusiastically remembered. In all the pleasant meetings where you were seen, we think of the friend who once welcomed us, too. Surely, your right ear must burn very hot sometimes. Felton wrote, July 19 (his wedding-day):— There are not many men in this wide world to whom I should write on my wedding-day. . . . You have heard of the dinner Cleveland gave the Five of clubs. We drank your health in full bumpers, and had a superb time, I assure you. Longfellow and I returned to Cambridge at ten, and agreed that the day must be noted with white chalk. . . . Excuse this rambling, my dear Charley, and take my writing at all as a proof of the warm affection with which I regard you. Aga