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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 17: London again.—characters of judges.—Oxford.—Cambridge— November and December, 1838.—Age, 27. (search)
eft Follett at about half-past 11 o'clock; and Talfourd carried me to the Garrick, where we found Poole. Talfourd took his two glasses of negus, his grilled bone, and Welsh rare-bit; and both he and Poole entertained me by their reminiscences of Godwin. While I listened late at night to these reminiscences, I did not expect the next evening to be sitting on the same sofa chatting with Godwin's daughter, Mrs. Shelley, 1798-1851. She invited Sumner to tea, at her house in Park Street. the aGodwin's daughter, Mrs. Shelley, 1798-1851. She invited Sumner to tea, at her house in Park Street. the author of Frankenstein. I dined with Theobald, William Theobald, author of The Law of Principal and Surety. whose legal writings you well know, and, stealing away from his drawing-rooms, repaired to Lady Morgan's. Lady Sydney Morgan, 1783-1859; daughter of Robert MacOwen, of the English stage; a native of Dublin, wife of Sir Thomas Charles Morgan, and author of poems, novels, and books of travel. Her writings were much read, and yielded a considerable income; but her style encountered muc