ttach my affections.
Two of those who have seemed to take the most interest in me, and whose kindness I shall never forget,—the Duke de Broglie and Auguste de Stael,—proposed to me to accompany them to La Grange, where they were to visit General Lafayette, without company.
The General had often invited me to visit him, and as his chateau is not far from the route I was to follow to Switzerland I accompanied them.
I was much touched this morning by the Duke's kindness, in having asked M. aracter, she hardly attempts to conceal.
Coming with persons I knew so well, and to an establishment where everything is arranged as if on purpose for the most open hospitality, I soon felt, as it were, at home.
It is impossible to know General Lafayette in Paris and the world without feeling respect for his enthusiasm of character, his unalterable honesty, and his open simplicity; but it is impossible to see him in the country, in his home and in his family, without loving him. He is now s
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.
Laboucheri, Henry (Lord Taunton), 408, 411.
La Carolina, 223.
Lacerda, 246, 247, 249.
Lacretelle, Charles, 133-135, 139.
Lafayette, General Marquis de, 139, 143, 161, 152, 155, 257, 263, 344 and note, 350, 351.
La Fontaine, Auguste, 112.
Lagrange, visits, 151, 152.
See St. Ildefonso.
Lamartine, A. de, 470 note.
Lamb, Charles, 294.
Lansdowne, Marchioness of, 413, 415.
Lansdowne, Marquess of, 263, 264, 430.
La Place, Marquis de, 255.
Lardner, Dr., Dionysius, 425 and note.
Lauderdale, Lord, 264.
Lausanne, visits, 152, 155.
Laval, Montmorency, Duc Adrien de, 128, 137, 188, 189,