erflowing fountain of sympathy which pulsed in his veins.
Lowell's lines might have been written about him:—
[He] doethry, and recorded the fact in his diary: Nov. 15.
My first Lowell lecture (of course, extempore) and enjoyed it much.
Audieittle anxious about this and have therefore written out my Lowell lectures in full.
Jan. 5, 1903.
The lecture was conside third course, in 1905, he wrote:—
First Lowell lecture (Wordsworth-shire). A great success—an unexpectedly fine voice.
Second Lowell lecture.
Carlyle, Ruskin, Froude, Hunt.
Fifth Lowell lecture.
Dickens, Thackeray and reading Tennyson's poems.
Last Lowell lecture.
Considered very successful and was pronLowell lecture.
Considered very successful and was pronounced by John Lowell the best he ever heard in that hall.
In May, 1903, he spoke at the Concord Emerson celebration:— John Lowell the best he ever heard in that hall.
In May, 1903, he spoke at the Concord Emerson celebration:—
Meeting good and my address successful.
After it, Senator Hoar turned to me and said, grasping my hand, What I have