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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 13: (search)
he Doctrinaires, Decazes' party, which triumphed while I was in Paris, and to whose triumph Mad. de Ste. Aulaire contributed not a little. She is a beautiful woman, with an elegant mind, and much practical talent; and her husband, a relation of Decazes, is one of the powerful men of their party, and a leading member in the Chamber of Deputies. Their house used to be called the Ministry, and Mad. de Ste. Aulaire's parties, the ministerial parties; for Decazes came occasionally, and Barante, Guizot, etc., were there nearly every Tuesday night; and as this convocation happened on one of the evenings of Mad. de Duras', I two or three times witnessed singular contrasts on going from one to the other, just as the great question of the change of Ministry, which lasted above a fortnight, was in the agony of agitation. . . . . The Princess Aldobrandini Later, Princess Borghese. was at home every night. She is not as beautiful as she was when I knew her in Italy, but she has lost none of
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 15: (search)
try is advancing, but there is a complete chasm between the government and the people. There are not two ideas or two sentiments in common. On one side bigotry, hypocrisy, and corruption, on the other indifference as to what passes in the Tuileries, but constant activity to improve, not only one's fortune, but one's mind. You may judge of it by the state of our literature. Many valuable books have made their appearance since you left us, chiefly in the historical line, Barante, Thierry, Guizot, Sismondi, etc., and the extensive sale of books shows that we are beginning to emerge from our intellectual stupor. In my humble sphere, I have just published a volume of Letters on England, which will be sent to you from Paris. These, and some other of M. de Stael's writings, were collected after his death, forming three volumes, with a biographical notice of him, written by his sister. In this short memoir is a remarkable account given by him, in a letter to his mother, of an inter
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 26 (search)
, 232; Cathedral of, 229. Grant, Mrs., Anne, of Laggan, 274, 278 and note, 279. Grassi, Padre, 193 note. Graves, Doctor, 420, 421. Gray, Francis Calley, 31, 318 and note, 328, 871. Gray, Thomas, 285. Gregoire, Count, Bishop, 130, 143. Grey, Earl, 295, 408. Grey, Sir, George, 411. Griffiths, Professor, 419. Griscom, Professor, 298. Grisi, Giulia, 407, 413, 436. Grote, George, 415. Guadiana River, 222 and note, 242. Guaiaqui, Count, 217, 218. Guilford, Lord, 175. Guizot, Francois, 256, 314. H Haase, 482. Haileybury. See Mackintosh. Hale, Nathan, 12. Hallam, Henry, 58. Halle, visits, 110. Hamilton, Alexander, Talleyrand's opinion of, 261; Washington's letter to, 261 note. Hamilton, Lady, 211. Hamilton, Professor, Sir William Rowan, 420, 422, 423, 425 and note. Hamilton, Sir, George, 501. Hand, Professor, 115. Hanover, N. H., 3 note, 4, 5, 6, 334, 385 and note; Elisha Ticknor dies there, 2, 335. Hanover, visits, 77. Harcourt, Rev.,