to G. T. Curtis, Sir C. Lyell, Sir E. Head, R. H. Gardiner, friend B. B. Wiffen, General Thayer, C. F. Bradford, Professor Louis Agassiz, Lady Cranworth.
death of Mr. Everett.
During the period of old age, upon which Mr. Ticknor had now entered,fy, knocking away the very foundations on which you build.
But quien sabe? The context, if there is one, might show.
Agassiz is having his own way in Brazil as much as he ever had here.
The Emperor does everything for him that he wants, gives hr clear commission sees: Yet with an equal joy let me behold Thy chariot o'er that way by others roll'd I
To Professor Louis Agassiz. Boston, U. S. A., January 14, 1866.
my dear Agassiz,—You have written me three interesting and important leAgassiz,—You have written me three interesting and important letters from Brazil, and I have answered neither of them, partly from good reasons, partly from poor; neither worth remembering now. But I think I have done exactly what you meant I should do; I have used them in every way I could for the benefit of t
ord), II. 873 and note, 374, 396, 397.
Adair, Right Hon. Sir Robert, I. 269.
Adams, Hon., Charles Francis, I. 459, II. 493.
Adams, John, President U. S., I. 12, 13, 30, 330, 339, II. 408; death of, I. 377; eulogy on, by Webster, 378.
Adams, John Quincy, President U. S., I. 12, 49, 54, 339, 349, 409, 459.
Adams, Mrs., John, I. 13.
Adams, Mrs., John Quincy, I. 349.
Adderley, Right Hon. Charles, II. 358, 363, 419.
Addington, Mr., I. 350, 411.
Adelaide, Madame, II. 121.
Agassiz, Louis, I. 421 and note, II. 231 and note, 310, 412, 414, 422, 423, 432, 438, 445 and note, 471, 482; letter to, 472.
Aiken, Charles, I. 416.
Alba, Count da, I. 248, 249.
Albani, Cardinal, I. 181.
Albany, Countess of, I. 183, 184, II. 57.
Albemarle, Earl of, II 149, 150.
Alberi, Professor, Eugenio, II. 315.
Albert, Prince, Consort, II. 429.
Alberti, Count, Tasso Mss., II. 52, 53, 78, 79 and note.
Aldobrandini, Princess, I. 256 and note.
See Borghese, Princess.