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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
inter smiled with sun And the spring came in with snow, Waiting till some hour serene, Bridegroom worthy should be seen, For Josephine. Softly has time glided on— Love, that wondrous engineer, Who the hopes of youth and maid Brings together, far or near, Drew these closer, till there fell Potent hands that bound her well To Lionel. In 1899-1900 Colonel Higginson gave a course of lectures before the Lowell Institute upon American Orators and Oratory, and recorded the fact in his diary: Nov. 15. My first Lowell lecture (of course, extempore) and enjoyed it much. Audience fine and cordial. In 1902-03, he gave a second course of Lowell Lectures on American Literature in the Nineteenth Century; and in the winter of 1905 he delivered a third course on English Literature in the Last Half of the Nineteenth Century. At these lectures, he was always greeted with crowded houses. Dec. 23, 1902. Much pleased to find that I could still speak without notes and without forgetfulness
Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, Bibliography (search)
rs to the volume in the definitive edition (1900) in which that title also appears. Chronological list 1843 (Cambridge) A History. [Poem.] (In Christian Examiner, Nov.) Signed H. Mrs. Child's Letters from New York. (In the Present, Nov. 15.) La Madonna di San Sisto. [Poem.] (In the Present, Dec. 15.) Def. VI. Same. (In Our Book. [A Salem Fair publication.] Sept., 1844.) Same. (In Longfellow. Estray. 1846.) 1845 (Cambridge) Lay of the Humble. [Poem.] (In New York ion. (In Speeches and Addresses of William E. Russell.) How to Use a Public Library. (In Golden Rule, Sept. 27.) The Prospect Union and the Public Library. (In Prospect Union Review, Oct. 24). How to Read Magazines. (In Golden Rule, Nov. 15.) 1895 Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the War of 1861-65. Vol. 2. The Fairy Coursers. [Poem.] (In Cambridge Sketches, by Cambridge authors.) The Woman who Most Influenced Me. (In Ladies' Home Journal, Oct.) A Young Girl<