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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 2: Parentage and Family.—the father. (search)
ut of his way by quaint methods to prevent any impression that his household life was more luxurious than it really was. His conviction that equal justice was due to all, without favor to any, was strong; and when a near relative, for whom he had the tenderest regard, had violated the law, and he was desired to intervene in his behalf, he answered, with Roman firmness, The law must take its course. He applied the same high standard to corporate and public affairs as to private life. In October, 1837, during the suspension of specie payments, he moved, as a stockholder of the State Bank, that no dividends be paid till its bills were redeemable in specie. The motion was lost, but he recorded his determination to renew it the next year. Sheriff Sumner's health was feeble in his later years. He became quite ill early in January, 1839, and after that month was confined to his house. He resigned his office, March 14. Governor Everett delayed action, hoping for his recovery; but reli
Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 8: early professional life.—September, 1834, to December, 1837.—Age, 23-26. (search)
366-372. Phillips on the Law of Patents; Oct, 1837, Vol. XVIII. pp. 101-119. David Hoffman's Anthony Grumbler; Oct., 1837, Vol. XVIII. pp. 119, 120. and The Judgments of Sir Edward Sugden. Jan., 1838, Vol. XVIII. pp. 328-334. As wilanxious with business and thrilling with anticipations of Europe. He wrote a notice of Blunt's Shipmaster's Assistant, Oct., 1837, Vol. XLV. pp. 502-504; David Hoffman's Anthony Grumbler, pp. 482-504, and Lieber's Hermeneutics, Jan. 1838, Vol. XLV series of school-books, Political Hermeneutics, Sumner published the Political Hermeneutics in the American Jurist, Oct. 1837, Vol. XVIII. pp. 37-101. Jan. 1838, Vol. XVIII. pp. 281-294. and Political Ethics. All these were topics of correspan Jurist, April, 1835, Vol. XIII. p. 483; Oct. 1835, Vol. XIV. p. 489. both of Paris; Dr. Julius American Jurist, Oct. 1837, Vol. XVIII. pp. 254-258. of Berlin; Professor Mittermaier Karl Joseph Anton Mittermaier. 1787-1867. of Heidelberg
Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 12: Paris.—Society and the courts.—March to May, 1838.—Age, 27. (search)
ouis Philippe was accustomed to say that the two persons in his kingdom whom he most detested were Ledru and Carrel. Nicolas Armand Carrel, a French journalist, who was born in 1800. In 1830, he founded with Thiers the National, of which he became, after Thiers entered the ministry, the sole editor. He was killed by Emile de Girardin in a duel, in July, 1836. History of the Ten Years, Vol. II., pp. 424-430. See article, Armand Carrel, by J. S. Mill, in London and Westminister Review, Oct., 1837, reprinted in Mr. Mill's Dissertations and Discussions. As for law he appears a charlatan; but he is a character. I talked with Ledru about Cousin; he did not like him, and regarded him as a man who had deserted republican principles, which he professed ardently before the Revolution of July. March 10. Saw the neat, modern, and beautiful church of Notre Dame de Lorette; entered the immense Library of the King, seeing however but one apartment, as the whole library was not open to-day;