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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 22: (search)
, a Miss Elers; while Miss Sneyd was sister to the second and third wives of Richard Lovell Edgeworth. a person very old and infirm; and that the only other persons constituting the family were Mrs. Edgeworth, Fourth wife of Mr. Edgeworth, Miss Beaufort, sister of Sir Francis Beaufort. Miss Honora Edgeworth, Daughter of the third Mrs. Edgeworth. and Dr. Alison, a physician, and son of the author on Taste. Having thus put us en pays de connaissance, she carried us into the library. It iSir Francis Beaufort. Miss Honora Edgeworth, Daughter of the third Mrs. Edgeworth. and Dr. Alison, a physician, and son of the author on Taste. Having thus put us en pays de connaissance, she carried us into the library. It is quite a large room, full of books, and every way comfortable as a sitting-room. We had not been there five minutes before we were, by her kindness and vivacity, put completely at our ease, a sensation which we do not seem likely to lose during our visit. Soon after we were seated and had become a little acquainted with Mrs. Alison,—who is a daughter of the famous Dr. Gregory,—the rest of the party came in from a drive. Mrs. Edgeworth—who is of the Beaufort family—seems about the age of h
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 19: (search)
dness, or anything else. I do not like to pass the day away from all of you. . . . . After packing, and arranging for my final departure, I went out this morning to leave my P. P. C's. . . . . At two or three doors I inquired and went in. Sir Francis Beaufort's was one. Of course I did not see Lady Beaufort. Miss Honors Edgeworth. See. Vol. I. p. 427. She keeps her room entirely; but she sent me a kind message . . . . I saw also Lady Mary Labouehere, and completed an arrangement to go to StLady Beaufort. Miss Honors Edgeworth. See. Vol. I. p. 427. She keeps her room entirely; but she sent me a kind message . . . . I saw also Lady Mary Labouehere, and completed an arrangement to go to Stoke Park on Monday. Her husband, you know, is Minister for the Colonies, and she said he came home last night at half past 2, made nearly ill by reading the details of the horrors in India, that were brought by the mail of yesterday. . . . . I dined at Sir George Lewis's,—a dinner given to the Heads, and which the Heads did as much as anybody to make agreeable. Dr. Waagen was there, . . . . fourteen in all. I sat next to Lady Theresa, who talked as brilliantly as ever. She seems never to
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
. Bartolini, Lorenzo, II. 55. Barton Library, II. 488 and note. Barton, Mrs. Thomas P., II. 488 and note. Bassano, Duc de, II. 131. Bastard, Count, II. 125, 137, 138. Bates, Joshua, II. 149, 179, 284, 305 and note, 306, 309, 310, 311 and note, 312, 317, 358, 365, 366, 372, 387. Baudissin, Count, I. 467, 468, 473 and note, 475, 476, 482, 491. Baudissin, Countess, I. 467. Bauer, Mademoiselle, I. 469, 478 and note. Bavaria, Crown Prince of (Ludwig I.), I. 177. Beaufort, Lady, II. 385. Beaumont, Elie de, II. 125. Beaumont, Gustave de, I. 421. Beauvillers, M., I. 122. Becchi, II. 53. Becher, Lady, II. 371. See O'Neil, Miss. Beck, Dr., Professor at Harvard College, I. 351, 352. Beck, Dr., Romeyn, II. 281. Beck, Professor, I. 108. Beckford, William, I. 246 and note. Bedford, Sixth Duke of, I. 268, 269, 270, I. 466. Belem, Church and Convent, I. 244. Belgiojoso, Princess, II. 124, 126, 127, 130. Belhaven, Lord, II. 368. Bell, J
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
dney, 12 Baxter, Samuel, 243 Baxter, W. Q., 243 Baybutt, Philip, 498 Baylies, A. W., 160 Beach, G. W., 458 Beal, Alexander, 580 Beal, Melvin, 206 Beal, Melvin, 243 Beal, S. J., 572 Beale, James, 620 Beals, E. S., 580 Beaman, Samuel, 243 Bean, G. H., 243 Bean, J. A., 243, 506 Bean, J. W., 243 Bean, S. A., 243 Bearce, W. A., 243 Beard, G. W., 12 Beardsley, J. B., 243 Bearse, C. C., 580 Beattie, G. W., 243 Beattle, L. H., 12 Beatty, J. J., 458 Beaudry, Amable, 243 Beaufort, Francis, 12 Beauregard, G. P. T., 620 Beaver, J. A., 606 Beck, A. M., 12 Beck, Charles, 580 Beckshaft, C. H., 12 Beckwith, A. W., 243 Beckwith, H. A., 243 Beckwith, R. S., 244 Bee, B. F., 12 Beecher, F. H., 400, 458, 506 Beecher, J. C., 170, 400, 459, 485, 506 Beetle, D. S., 12 Belcher, A. F., 244, 506 Belcher, J. A., 12 Belcher, J. H., 400, 506 Belcher, J. W., 574 Belcher, T. E., 12 Belden, Elihu, 580 Belden, Frederick, 12 Belknap, Henry, 400 Bell, C. H., 620 Bell, J. B.