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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard) 1 1 Browse Search
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by the interests of their respective countries, which will generally be found opposed to our greatness and to the success of our principles of freedom and confederacy. Having reached home in September, Mr. Ticknor found his time amply filled, especially by the affairs of the Public Library. The only letter of any general interest that has been found, dating from the first four or five months after his return, is the following:— To Sir Edmund Head, Bart., Toronto. Boston, November 18, 1857. dear Head,—The last time I saw you, I think you were in the hands of a London police officer. See ante, p. 398. Of course we are all, in proportion, glad to find you safely returned to Toronto, and I should have told you so some days since, but I thought it was better to wait until you were fairly settled, and had got through your first batch of business. This, I trust, for your sake as well as mine, is now the case. We a all well,—daughter that was so ill, grandchild, and a<