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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Life of George Ticknor. (search)
persons were there, and sometimes ladies, amongst whom was Miss Lucy Buckminster, sister of the clergyman, one of the most charming persons ters, and became a professor, as I did, in Harvard College. Mr. Buckminster, whose acquaintance I had made at Dr. Gardiner's, I met also aners. The conversation was mostly theological and political. Mr. Buckminster was very brilliant and charming, but sometimes uncertain and are, and Dr. John Warren. Dr. Keating, after consulting with Miss Lucy Buckminster, asked me if I could stay there, adding that he should be i Mr. Ticknor was just twenty-one years old. He had the care of Mr. Buckminster's papers, after his death. Mr. Samuel Dexter, the distinguishudge Parker, of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts,—members of Mr. Buckminster's congregation,—and Mr. Ticknor, met early every morning, at MMr. Buckminster's house, and read together, for an hour or more, the sermons, to make a selection for publication. When they left the house,
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 2: (search)
nearly all of whom were of native birth and English descent. They were a people of primitive habits and a plain way of life, with certain peculiarities of character and manners which the great increase in wealth, population, and luxury during succeeding years has not entirely effaced. Though Dr. Freeman had been settled over King's Chapel in 1787, as a Unitarian clergyman, yet the stern faith of the Puritan settlers of New England held very general sway. Dr. Channing, Mr. Norton, and Mr. Buckminster, the real founders of liberal Christianity in New England, were in their childhood,—Dr. Channing, the oldest of them, having been born in 1780. And with the Puritan faith there lingered something of the Puritan spirit, which threw a shade of gravity and sternness over life and manners. One expression of this spirit was the drawing of the line of moral distinction in the wrong place, and branding as essentially evil that which was evil only in excess. Many amusements, now justly deem
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 26 (search)
, 158. Brosius, Dr., 11. Brougham, Henry, Lord, 266, 279. Brown, Dr., 280 and note. Bruen, Rev. M., 364 note. Bruess, Countess, 154. Brussels, visits, 450. Buckland, Dr., 404-406. Buck minster, Miss Eliza, 331, 377 note. Buckminster, Miss, Lucy, 9 and note, 10. Buckminster, Rev. Joseph S., 8, 9, 17; death of, 10; G. T. in charge of his papers, 10 note. Buller, Mrs., 411. Bulow, Baron Edouard von, 462, 474, 476, 479, 483, 489. Bunsen, Carl Josias, 177, 178. Burgess, SBuckminster, Rev. Joseph S., 8, 9, 17; death of, 10; G. T. in charge of his papers, 10 note. Buller, Mrs., 411. Bulow, Baron Edouard von, 462, 474, 476, 479, 483, 489. Bunsen, Carl Josias, 177, 178. Burgess, Sir, James Bland, 60, 62. Burr, Aaron, Talleyrand's opinion of, 261. Bussierre, Baron de, 464, 470. Buttini, Dr., 154. Byron, Lady, 60, 63, 66, 67, 68, 410 and note, 448. Byron, Lord, 54, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 66-68; anecdote of, 110, 114, 165, 166, 411, 446. C Caballero Fern an, pseud., 236 note. Cabot, George, 12, 13, 14, 396. Cadaval, Duchess de, 249. Cadiz, 193; visits, 236. Calasanzios Convent, 195. Calhoun, John C., 349, 381. Cambridge, England, visits, 270, 27
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
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. Buckminster, Miss, Lucy, I. 9 and note, 10. Buckminster, Rev. Joseph S., I. 8, 9, 17; death of, 10; G. T. in charge of his papers, 10 note. Bugeaud, General, II. 133, 134. Buller, Mrs., I. 411. Bulow, Baron Edouard von, I. 462, 474, 475, 479, 483, 489Buckminster, Rev. Joseph S., I. 8, 9, 17; death of, 10; G. T. in charge of his papers, 10 note. Bugeaud, General, II. 133, 134. Buller, Mrs., I. 411. Bulow, Baron Edouard von, I. 462, 474, 475, 479, 483, 489. Bulwer, Sir Henry (Lord Dalling), II. 263, 269. Bunbury, Edward, II. 360. Bunsen, Carl Josias, I. 177, 178, II. 58, 59, 62, 66, 67, 70, 76, 79, 84, 86, 287, 312, 315, 828. Bunsen, Mrs., II. 58, 62, 329. Bunsen, Rev. E. II. 169. Buonarotti, II. 56. Burgess, Sir, James Bland, I. 60, 62. Burlington, Earl of, II. 363. Burr, Aaron, I. 261, II. 35, 113, 114. Bussierre, Baron de, I. 464, 470. Buttini, Dr., I. 154. Byron, Lady, I. 60, 63, 66, 67, 68, 410 and note, 448.