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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 8: (search)
after her April manner; still, our walks are not yet in any beauty. With best remembrances to your ladies, Wm. Smyth. Journal. April 14. . . . . While the servants were unpacking the carriage and imperials, we went out and took a walk behind Trinity and some of the other colleges, in the gardens that border the banks of the Cam. . . . . Some parts of the glorious old establishment I found much altered and improved; a new and grand quadrangle to Trinity, a superb screen and hall to King's, and other large improvements, finished or going on, among which is a fine University library; so that Cambridge is gaining upon Oxford, where no such improvements have taken place for a long time . . . . We went [to Professor Smyth's rooms] before nine, and had a very agreeable party. Whewell and Sedgwick, the two great men of the University; Clark, the head of the Medical Department; Peacock, next to Whewell and Sedgwick in general reputation; a considerable number of ladies, among th
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 10: (search)
Mr. Polk. Webster's letter about the Creole, concerning which, See Curtis's Life of Webster, Vol. II. pp. 119-122. of course, you may like to hear a word, excites some talk here, but not a great deal. Sumner is the only person I have met with who is vehement against it. But it is, of course, against the moral sense of our community, and though the legal sense will sustain it, that is not enough. Alla van leyes, Adonde quieren reyes, says the old Spanish proverb; and as the people is King here in New England more than on any other spot of earth since the days of the saurians and ichthyosauria,—who unquestionably made a pure democracy,—the people in the long run will settle the law of this matter as of others. We made a bargain with you south of Mason and Dixon's line, and we mean to keep it; but when it comes to enforcing it, you must expect Venetian law, and nothing more. We shall give you the pound of flesh, but not a drop of blood. Negro slaves are property, by the Const
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 24: (search)
athize with your Majesty and your people in the great and terrible changes now going on in Europe. . . . . We can all, now, cordially congratulate your Majesty on the great recent successes of your country in the war which has been so unjustifiably brought upon you, and can trust confidingly in their continuance. In my house we watch daily for the accounts of what is done by the Saxon troops, and rejoice cordially as we see how your sons and your subjects have distinguished themselves, their King, and their country. Our last accounts, on which we can rely, are of the surrender of Strasburg. But we receive daily, by the Cable, stories of what was done twenty-four and thirty-six hours earlier, in this terrible war; some true, more, probably, false. Still, whatever we hear, be assured that we are interested for Saxony, that we always desire your welfare, your success, your honor, and that we can never cease to sympathize deeply in whatever may befall you, or to pray God for your pro
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
25. Sandwich, Cape Cod, visits with Mr. Webster, I. 386. Santa Cruz, Marques de, I. 195, 207, 221, 223; library of, II. 248; son of, 263. Santa Cruz, Marquesade, I. 208. Santarem, Marques de, II. 133. San Teodoro, Duca di, T. 174. Saragossa. See Zaragoza. Sartorius von Waltershausen, 1.121. Sauli, II. 42. Savage, James, T. 2, 9, 85, 252, 273, 316 note, 319 and note, 391, II. 292, 420, 427. Savigny, F. K. von, I. 499. Saxe-Cobourg, Duke of, it. 332. Saxony, Anton King of, I 461, 463. 464, 465, 466, 467, 481: death of, II. 12 note. Saxony, Princess Amelie Duchess of, T 463, 465, 469, 477, it. 54, 55, 88, 89, 201, 202, 481; death of, 489, 490 Saxony, Princess Augusta Duchess of, I. 461 note, 463, 484, 486. Saxony, Prince Frederic Duke of and Regent (also King of), I. 462 note, 463, 468, 485, 486, II. 12, 480 note. Saxony, Prince John Duke of (also King of), ~T. 462 note, 463, 464, 4%, 467, 468-469, 470, 471, 472, 475, 477, 482, 489, II. 49, 225