letters to Mr. Milman, Prince John, Sir E. Head, Sir C. Lyell, F. Wolf, D. Webster, E. Everurs very sincerely, Geo. Ticknor.
To Sir Edmund Head, Bart., Fredericton, N. B.
Sir Edmund Sir Edmund Head was, at this time, Governor of New Brunswick.
He and Lady Head had paid a visit to Boston in Lady Head had paid a visit to Boston in October, and he wrote thus to Mr. Ticknor afterwards: Sir Charles Lyell says of Mr. Prescott, Prescat Boston.
Those few days are days on which Lady Head and myself shall always look back with since must prevail.
Mrs. Ticknor is writing to Lady Head, . . . . but there is no harm in adding her Sir Edmund,—Mrs. Ticknor some days ago told Lady Head that the fine copy of good old Abbot Martineich you must in part answer.
It was from Sir Edmund Head, Lieutenant-Governor
The official titl friend and servant, Geo. Ticknor.
To Sir Edmund Head. Boston, June 14, 1852.
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Sir E. Head to Mr. Ticknor, June 5, 1852: Have you got
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In about a quarter of an hour Mr. and Mrs. Cardwell came in, with Sir Edmund and Lady Head, . . . . and Lady Cranworth,—wife of the Lord Chancellor . . . . . We had a most hearty meetice . . . . We dined at eight, and had a most agreeable evening.
Sir Edmund is in great force; Lady Head is charming, as she always is; and Lady Cranworth is quite equal to her. Wednesday, August 26.th the air of a police officer, leaned over the barrier to me, and said, I want to speak to Sir Edmund Head.
I touched Sir Edmund, and the man gave him a letter.
When he had read about half of it, r some weeks or months. . . .. After five minutes consultation, and making an appointment with Lady Head to meet her on Saturday at Tewksbury, he jumped into a cab, and was off for Ellerbeck and Londeasant drive home and a most agreeable evening, which ended late with a reluctant parting from Lady Head.
August 28.—. . . . We fretted, at breakfast, at the diminution of our party, and Lady Cran