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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 13: (search)
ther persons, whom I was very glad to see before leaving Paris. It happened too to be Monday night, and therefore I passed the remainder of the evening in her salon, upon which my latest recollections of Paris rest, for I left her hotel about one o'clock, and a very short time afterwards was on the road to Calais. Among the smaller souvenirs of this visit in Paris are notes from the Duc de Broglie and from Humboldt to Mr. Ticknor, which have a pleasant flavor and hints of character. M. de Broglie says— Je suis au desespoir, mon cher federaliste, de vous avoir encore une fois manque de parole. Ce n'est pas ma faute. J'ai éte ce matin, visiter une prison hors de Paris; je comptais être revenu á temps; et les heures nous ont gagnes au point, que j'arrive en ce moment. Venez nous voir ce soir. Nous reprendrons jour et heure. Ne soyez pas trop en colere. Tout à vous. V. Broglie. 5h. 1/2 M. de Humboldt writes thus:— Je vais reiterer une demande bien indiscrete, monsie