t the least pretension about them.
Mrs. Carlyle has a pin with Goethe's head upon it, which that great author sent her himself.
She is very proud of it I assure you. They live very retired, not wishing to mix with fashionable society, which they regard in its true light; still they have some friends among the nobility who know how to value them.
Stockholm, August 5, 1835.
my dear mother,—I hope you have received my letter to you from London ere this.
We sent letters home from here July 21st by Capt. Symons directly to Boston—it was as soon as possible after our arrival; among them Henry sent a letter to his father, & I to Mary, Sam & Anne.
I was quite delighted to receive a letter from Mary & Sam—hope they will write me often.
Since our last letters we have removed our lodgings to No. 5.
Clara Sodra Kyko Gatan.
We have more rooms but not as good ones as in the Droteninggatan.
We have made some very pleasant acquaintances here.
July 15th we dined at Mr. Arfwedson's —th