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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 1: (search)
anover; Steuber, the Minister from Hesse Cassel; and some others whose names I did not catch. I found there, too, Count Bombelles, whom I had known in 1818, as Austrian Charge d'affaires at Lisbon, See Vol. I. pp. 246, 247. and who is now a gnd another lady. There were twenty or thirty persons present, including the Minister at War, Count Dietrichstein, Count Bombelles, etc. The Prince was truly courteous and attentive to his guests, but his very dignified bearing towards them annound, and found he had been so civil as to ask chiefly such persons as he knew to be my acquaintance in Vienna,—Jarcke; Count Bombelles; Von Hammer; Count Dietrichstein, who was the Governor of the Duke of Reichstadt, and is now the principal officer la de Sevilla; the Minister of War; and some others whom I did not know. I talked chiefly with Count Dietrichstein, Count Bombelles, and Baron Zedlitz, and had a very agreeable time. In the evening I drove out to Von Hammer's, who held this even
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 2: (search)
s into Switzerland, where we intended to have gone next year, on leaving Italy . . . . . I think the Jungfrau, as seen from the high pass of the Wengern Alp,—where, in the solitudes of nature, you stand, as it were, in the immediate presence of one of the grandest and most glorious works of God,—produces more religious feelings and associations than anything I ever witnessed, which belonged to merely physical existence. . . . . Three days at Berne gave Mr. Ticknor opportunity to see Count Bombelles, Austrian Minister at Berne, and the Duke of Montebello, who had received civilities in Boston. His wife, he writes, a niece, I believe, of the late Lord Liverpool, is one of the most beautiful creatures I ever beheld, and there was a pleasant party of diplomats and foreigners collected at his house, from eight to eleven. Mr. Ticknor also gave a day to a visit to Hofwyl, the school of Mr. Fellenberg, which interested him much. On the 2d of September he writes at Lausanne. Journal.
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 3: (search)
th century knows how to be. His John of Procida, the tragedy on the Sicilian Vespers, shows this plainly enough, and when I alluded to it this evening he told me a curious story about it. The French Minister here, he said, was so much annoyed by the bitterness with which the French are treated in it, that he complained to the Grand Duke, and had its representation stopped. The severe allusions to French tyranny were, however, no doubt all intended by Niccolini for the Austrians; and Count Bombelles—the same I knew at Berne—was so well aware of this, that, with his characteristic good-humor and plainness, he told his French colleague, I wonder you took so much trouble about Niccolini's tragedy; the letter, to be sure, was addressed to you, but the contents of it were all meant for me. November 14.—I brought a letter from Prince John, of Saxony, to the Grand Duke, . . . . in consequence of which I received yesterday, from Count Fossombroni, the Prime Minister, a formal despatch, <
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
85, 94, 103, 104, 105, 121. Blumner, Madame de, I. 481. Boccaccio's house at Certaldo, II. 91. Bodenhausen, II. 6. Bohl von Faber, I. 236 and note. Bologna, visits, I. 166, II. 47. Bolognetti-Cenci, Count and Countess, II 71. Bombelles. Count, II. 35, 49. Bombelles, Count, Henri, 1. 246, 247, II. 6, 11, 12 Bonaparte, Caroline, widow of Murat, II. 60, 127, 141 Bonaparte, Christine (Countess Posse), I. 182, 183 note, 446. Bonaparte, Emperor Napoleon I., return from Bombelles, Count, Henri, 1. 246, 247, II. 6, 11, 12 Bonaparte, Caroline, widow of Murat, II. 60, 127, 141 Bonaparte, Christine (Countess Posse), I. 182, 183 note, 446. Bonaparte, Emperor Napoleon I., return from Elba, I. 49, Dr. Parr on, 50; Byron's feeling for, 60; anecdotes of, 61, 123. Bonaparte, Jerome, I. 83, 84, 111, II. 60, 88. Bonaparte, Letizia (Madame Mere), I. 181 Bonaparte, Louis, 1. 181, II. 87. Bonaparte, Louis (Emperor Napoleon III.), II. 88 and note. Bonaparte, Lucien, I. 181, 182, II 60. Bonaparte, Madame, Lucien, I. 182, 183, II. 60. Bonaparte, Pauline. See Borghese. Bonaparte, Princess, Charlotte, II. 87, 88. Bonaparte, Princess, Matilda, II. 88 and note.