Letters, 1857-59, to Judge Curtis, Sir Edmund Head, Sir C. Lyell, Mr. R. H. Gardiner.
letter from Baron Humboldt.
letters to Mr. Everett, Hon. E. Twisleton, Sir W. C. Trevelyan.
The following letter-which, being chiefly ot.
He who stands in the centre is the only person who can see truly all the relations of the circumference.
To Robert H. Gardiner, Esq. Boston,
In another letter, of nearly the same date, he says: I shall be in town a great deal, and do my work there rather than in the country. June 25, 1858.
dear Mr. Gardiner,—I received with much pleasure your kind letter of the 17th, and the copy of Buckle, all safe and in good condition.
Lent by Mr. Ticknor to Mr. Gardiner. It is a remarkable bMr. Gardiner. It is a remarkable book, as you say, and shows an astonishing amount of knowledge for a man of his years, and a power of generalization remarkable at any age. His views of what is connected with our spiritual nature are, no doubt, unsound, and his radicalism is always o
. 81 and note, 82.
Gans, Professor, I. 494, II. 105.
Garay, Don M. de, I. 191, 192, 196, 212.
Gardiner, Maine, visits, I. 337, 385, II. 425, 440.
Gardiner, Mrs. R. H., i. 425, 465; letter to, I. 395.
Gardiner, Rev. Frederic T., II. 463.
Gardiner, Rev. J. S. J., I. 8, 11.
Gardiner, R. H., I. 316 note, 337, I. 425, Gardiner, R. H., I. 316 note, 337, I. 425, 440; letters to, 410, 463, 464.
Gardiner, William H., II. 449, 485.
Garnett, Mrs., II. 122.
Gaskell, Mr. and Mrs., I. 439.
Gaskell, Mrs. E. C., II. 347.
Gasparin, Count, II. 131.
Gaston, William, I. 31.
Gauss, Professor, I. 70.
Gayangos, Don Pascual de, II. 162 and note, 181, 182, 245, 246, 255; letters to, 246,1803-5.
Studying French and Spanish with Mr. Sales and Greek with Mr. E. Webster, 7. 1805-7.
At Dartmouth College, 7. 1807-10.
Studying Greek and Latin with Dr. Gardiner, 8, 9. 1810-13.
Studying law with Mr. W. Sullivan, 9; admitted to the bar, practises one year, 9-11. 1814-15.
Abandons the law and prepares, by study and tra