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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard) 6 0 Browse Search
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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, chapter 14 (search)
n a letter to Jared Sparks, Nov. 22, 1860. Works, vol. v. pp. 357-368. at Althorp; one day with Lord Belper at Kingston Hall; one day with Lord Hatherton at Teddesley Park; Mr. Senior and his daughter (afterwards Mrs. Simpson) were fellow guests at Kingston Hall and Teddesley Park. and here I am He was obliged to decline the invitation of Lord Wensleydale to visit him at Ampthill Park.. . . . Mr. Gladstone was full of hope for Italy. Lord Clarendon was very pleasant and gay. Shirley Brooks, (1816-1874.) Connected with Punch, as contributor or editor, from 1851 till his death. sending him a souvenir, wrote, October 23: Let it serve as a memorandum of a pleasant meeting,—to me an honor. I do not use the term of compliment. The mode in which I have spoken of you in various newspapers with which I am connected, at and after the time your name came prominently before English readers as that of the champion of a noble cause, may witness for me. With hope that your Europ
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 12: (search)
ariety and vivacity, as well as philosophic observation; and he enlivened his pages by translations, and by intelligible and attractive criticism. The result is, that while it is a work of which one of the English writers who noticed it Shirley Brooks, in the Morning Chronicle. said, when it appeared, he believed there were not six men in Europe able to review it, and which, by universal consent, is a thorough and scholarly history, not likely to be superseded for the period it covers, it 0 (by W. H. Prescott); British Quarterly, February, 1850; London Athenaeum, March, 1850; Revue des Deux Mondes, 1850 (by Rossieuw de St. Hilaire); El Heraldo, Madrid, March, 1850 (by Domingo del Monte); London Morning Chronicle, May, 1850 (by Shirley Brooks, who wrote to Mr. Ticknor to inform him of the authorship); Christian Examiner, Boston, April, 1850 (by G. S. Hillard); Methodist Quarterly, New York (by C. C. Felton); L'Opinion Publique, Paris, which had five articles in 1851 (by Count Adol
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
di Monbello, Count, II. 91. Broglie, Albert Duc de, II. 369. Broglie, Duchesse de, I. 128, 131, 132, 133, 137, 138, 151, 152, 257, 314, II. 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 116, 120, 126, 130, 133, 134, 135, 137, 139 and note, 355; letter from, L 311. Broglie, Victor Duc de, I. 128, 139, 151, 155, 253, 257 note, 263, 312, 314, II. 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 110, 129, 130, 181, 133, 134, 139, 143, 145, 354, 35, 356, 369. Brookline, I. 385, II 457. Brooks, Edward, I. 154, 156, 158. Brooks, Shirley, II. 264 note, 256 note. Brosius, Dr., I. 11. Brougham, Henry Lord, I. 266, 279, II. 160, 151, 175, 176, 178, 193, 371. Brown, Dr., I. 280 and note. Bruen, Rev. M., I. 364 note. Bruess, Countess, I 154. Brunet, G., II. 255 and note. Brunetti, Count, II. 38. Brussels, visits, I. 450, II. 311, 313, 328. Buckland, Dr., I. 404-406, 11.168, 169, 176. Buckle, W. H., II. 255 and note; civilization in Europe, 410. Buckminster, Miss, Eliza, I. 331, 377 note. Buckm
were to be seen on every side whose writings constitute the mental food of our people — the muscle and flesh of our literature. Mr. Dickens was naturally present at the solemnity. Some who were aware of the long-established friendship between the deceased and the author of "sartor Resartus," looked for him, too, in the group; but Mr. Carlyle dislikes crowds; and is all but a septuagenarian, and he was not recognized among the spectators. Among other mourners were Mr. Tom Taylor, Mr. Shirley Brooks, Mr. Mark Lemon, Mr. John Leech, Mr. Tennie., Mr. Horace Mayhew, in short, the whole staff of contributors to Punch; Mr. Robert Browning, the poet; Mr. Anthony Trollope, Mr. Theodore Martin, Mr. John Hollingshead, Mr. G. H Lewes, Mr. Dallas, Dr. W Russell, Sir James Carmichael, Mr. H Cole, Mr. Robert Bell, Or Creswick, R A; Mr. George Cruikshank, Archdeacon Hale, Mr. E Piggot, Mr. Louis Blane, &c. The numbers present amounted to nearly a thousand. The scene at the grave, both duri