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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Chapter 8: appointment at Harvard and second visit to Europe (search)
m Mrs. L[ongfellow], in a p[ackage] of letters which reached us a few days since. She is very kind to write me, & I shall not fail to write her, as often as possible, while absent. With this you will receive a letter for Aunt Lucia. I shall answer Mrs. L's letter very soon. Henry has become quite learned in the Swedish, & can already translate Danish. He is studying Icelandic also, as I presume he has told you. He is in fine health & spirits. With many wishes for your health & my Mother's, & with much respect & affection for you both—I am as ever Your affectionate Mary—— [On outside of letter.] September 28. I have written by the same ship that brings you this. H. W. L. Also a letter to George. [Endorsement.] Mary P. Longfellow to S. Longfellow, containing a Copy of Henry's Journal Sept. 21, 1835. The journal is missing from the Ms., having doubtless been retained by the father. A long extract from it will be found in the Life, i. 216. Copenhage<