d-hearted, honorable gentlemen in the world,—and his family and legation are like himself,— and Saturday evening, therefore, was a pleasant one, because it was impossible to be in Prince Scilla's house, without feeling you were with kind, good people; and besides this, there was amusement enough and no ceremony. . . . .
Two persons I must not forget, for they were the two I knew the most intimately and familiarly.
The first was my own minister, Mr. Erving, to whom I was introduced by Mr. Jefferson; and it was a matter of satisfaction to me to find my country represented by a man who was so much respected, both by the diplomacy, the government, and the Spaniards.
As to the opinion of the diplomacy, I know it as well as I can know anything; and Mr. Pizarro and Mr. Garay made so little mystery of respecting Mr. Erving more than any other foreign minister at Madrid, that it gave a little umbrage to them all, as three of them have told me, and as I easily saw without being told.
, 254, 255, 257, 258 note, 263, 498-501.
Humboldt, Madame Wilhelm von, 177, 178.
Hume, Colonel, 447.
Hunt, Jonathan, 7, 381.
Hunt, Leigh, 292, 294.
Infantado Duke del, 206.
Irving, Washington, 291, 293, 479, 492.
Italians, The, by Mr. Bucke, rejected by a London audience, 291.
Italy, visits, 160-184.
Jackson, General, Andrew, 480.
Jackson, Judge, 40, 371.
Jakobs, Professor, 111, 112.
Jamieson, Robert, 275.
Jarvis, Charles, 20.
Jefferson, Thomas, President of the United States, 16, 53, 110, 212, 302 note, 303, 345, 346, 377; visits, 34 38, 348, 349; his philosophy, 37; letters from, 300-302; opinion of Bonaparte, 301; plans for University, 301; eulogy on, 378.
Jeffrey, Francis, 30, 42, 43-47, 277, 280.
Jersey, Countess of, 138, 269, 296, 297, 410.
Johnson, Samuel, 53, 55.
Johnstone, Judge, 381.
Jones, Commodore, 373.
Jordan, Baron von, 461, 478.
Jourdain, Camille, 255.
Kahlden, Baroness, 489.
Kane, Mr., 376.