vid Scott, whose pictures interested her so much, painted a striking portrait of Emerson, which is now in the Concord, Massachusetts, public library:--
[September, 1846.] At Robert Chambers's. Saw there beautiful book of Highlanders in their costumes.
Hopes of chemistry as to making food.
Remark of R. C. as to the clumsines leave Edina now; might have had such good times with the two friends.
Her view of Mary Queen of Scots is put in too striking a manner to be omitted--
Holyrood. Prince Labanoff The world would not suffer that poor beautiful girl to have the least good time, and now cannot rest for championing her. Singby the night when she was lost on Ben Lomond, of which so full an account is given in her Memoirs:
Memoirs, II. 178; also, At Home and Abroad, p 153.--
[September, 1846.] Inversnaid.
In the boat to Rowardennan.
Boatmen. A fine race.
Relate their import.
Undoubting faith of these people in the