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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 18: Stratford-on-avon.—Warwick.—London.—Characters of judges and lawyers.—authors.—society.—January, 1839, to March, 1839.—Age, 28. (search)
old me that he wrote the articles on Puckler Muskau, Quarterly Review, July, 1837, Vol. LIX. pp. 134-164,—Semilasso in Africa. By Prince Puckler Muskau. and the Spanish Bull-Fight. Quarterly Review, Oct., 1838, Vol. LXII. pp. 385-424,—Spanish Bull-Feasts and Bull-Fights. The article will be in the July number. Our acquaintance, which commenced in a harsh personal argument, ripened so that I received from Ford a cordial invitation to visit him at his country-place and enjoy his Spanish Bull-Fights. The article will be in the July number. Our acquaintance, which commenced in a harsh personal argument, ripened so that I received from Ford a cordial invitation to visit him at his country-place and enjoy his Spanish buildings. Emboldened by our conversation, I took the liberty of addressing him a long letter on what I thought would be the proper tone of the article, and suggesting to him some matters about American literature; to which I have a letter in reply. This I shall send to you; and you may give it to Prescott, if you see fit. It contains Ford's written opinion about his book, of which he may well be proud. Since seeing Ford I have met Pascual de Gayangos, He was born at Seville, in 1809; stud