. 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 oldction, I shall not complain. . . . .
Yours very faithfully, George Ticknor.
To Charles Frederic Bradford, Esq., Boston. Park Street, April 1, 1864.
my dear Mr. Bradford,—I received this fMr. Bradford,—I received this forenoon your Index to Clemencin's Notes on Don Quixote, a marvellous work, carefully prepared, beautifully written, tastefully bound.
That you should have done this in any degree to please me, is a grature, which you would be sorry to part with.
Others, too, will use it and profit by it.
Mr. Bradford has since enlarged this Index, and has made, with his own hand, other exquisite copies of it,re you, I feel this painfully at the moment I write it.
Please to give my kind regards to Mrs. Bradford, and tell her that I congratulate her on your release from this hard, long work.
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