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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Life of George Ticknor. (search)
t But it was not necessary. I did not go to his house that evening. The next day, or the next but one, he was prostrated by a violent attack of epilepsy. Some one—I forget who—came to tell me of it, and I went immediately to his home. Dr. Oliver Keating, a connection of the family, was there, and Dr. John Warren. Dr. Keating, after consulting with Miss Lucy Buckminster, asked me if I could stay there, adding that he should be in the house as much as he could. Though formerly a physician, Dr. Keating, after consulting with Miss Lucy Buckminster, asked me if I could stay there, adding that he should be in the house as much as he could. Though formerly a physician, he was then an active merchant. I was much gratified at being asked, and gladly consented. I left the house very little while he lived, attending to whatever I could do, and occasionally going to the room where lay my unconscious friend. Mrs. Theodore Lyman, also a connection, was much in the house, supporting the sorrowing sisters; and, with energy and good judgment, moved about like a presiding spirit, with a perfectly sustained and quiet manner. At the time of his death no one was pr
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 26 (search)
ote, 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. K Kahlden, Baroness, 489. Kane, Mr., 376. Kastner, Professor, 76, 77. Kean, Edmund, 67, 127. Keating, Dr., Oliver, 10. Kemble, Stephen, 291, 292. Kenney, Mr., 406. Kent, Duchess of, 435, 437. Kent, James, Chancellor, 338-340, 380. Kenyon, John, 411 and note, 418. Kenyon, Mrs., John, 456. Kestner, Charlotte Buff, 78. King, Rufus, 350, 351. Kingsley, Professor, 14. Kirkland, President of Harvard College, letters to, 321-323, 332, 355, 360, 368. Klopstock, F. G., 125. Knapp, Professor, 112, 113. Krause of Weisstropp, 476. L Laboucheri, Henry (Lord Taunton), 408, 411. La