Arrival at home.
letters to Miss Edgeworth, Mr. Legare, Prince John of Saxony, Count Circourt, Mr. Prescott, Mr. Kenyon, and others.
death of Mr. Legare.
Mr. Ticknor's srom the unfavorable circumstances under which the experiment will be tried. . . . .
To Miss Maria Edgeworth, Edgeworthtown. Boston, U. S. A., March 6, 1839.
dear Miss Edgeworth,—. . . . We haveMiss Edgeworth,—. . . . We have been at home long enough to feel quite settled; and we are very happy in it. Our family circle is large, and the circle of kind friends much larger.
The town, too, is a good town to live in. It is a, on some accounts.
We have had our house full a large part of the winter. . . . .
To Miss Maria Edgeworth, Edgeworthtown. July 10, 1840.
You ask me, dear Miss Edgeworth, to give you some accoMiss Edgeworth, to give you some account of the state of metaphysics in this country, desiring, I think, chiefly to be informed of their practical effect on life and character among us. It is very kind in you thus to give me an opportuni
and note, 256, 258-263, 304, II. 125, 132, 355.
Durham, First Earl of, II. 146.
Duval Judge, I. 39.
Duvergier de Hauranne, II. 131, 186.
Dwight, Miss, Anna, I. 398.
Dwight, Miss, Catherine, death of, I 456.
Dwight, Miss, Ellen. See Twisleton, Hon. Mrs. E.
Dyce, Rev. A., II. 181.
Eastlake, Sir, Charles, II. 383, 384.
Ebrington, Viscount and Viscountess, L 269, II 371.
Eckhardstein, Baron, I. 177.
Edgeworth, Miss, Honora, L 427. See Beaufort, Lady.
Edgeworth, Miss, Maria, I. 446, 458, II. 118, 119, 230; opinion of G. T., I. 392; visit to, 426-432; letters from, 388, II. 174 note; letters to, 174, 188, 193, 219.
Edgeworth, Mrs. R. L., I. 426, 427 and note, 428; death of, 432 note.
Edgeworth, Richard Lovell, I. 427, 428, 430, 431.
Edgeworthtown, visits, I. 426-432.
Edheljertha, story of, I. 331-333.
Edinburgh, visits, I. 273-282; society in, 276; visits, II. 161-164.
Ehrenberg, C. G., II. 332.
Eichhorn, Professor, I. 70, 76, 79, 80,