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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter 1: Cambridge and Newburyport (search)
altzing with Montgomery Ritchie, old Mr. Otis's handsome grandson; and there was Miss Loring, the musical young lady who went mad after Ole Bull; and there were the distinguished Miss Carys, one of whom hath smiled on Mr. Felton; and there was Jane Norton [sister of Professor Norton] in all her loveliness, gazed at by freshmen with an ardor that might have troubled her gentle Edmund. And there was the supper table-ahl the lobster salad, the Charlotte Russe, the champagne! How the portly profProfessor Norton] in all her loveliness, gazed at by freshmen with an ardor that might have troubled her gentle Edmund. And there was the supper table-ahl the lobster salad, the Charlotte Russe, the champagne! How the portly professors flocked into the room! I followed after with Sarah Hale [sister of Edward Everett Hale], whose eyes grow brighter yearly, I believe. .. . But to cross the room among the aldermen and instructors was no slight task. ... To conclude statistically, 225 people were invited, about 100 went and stayed from nine to twelve. Here endeth the legend. The description of the Palfrey sisters recalls the fact that Miss Sarah, at the age of seventy-five, took morning spins around Fresh Pond on he
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Index. (search)
in Civil War, 186, 188-91, 206-09. Morton, Edward, 115. Mott, Lucretia, 272. Moulton, Mrs. L. C., in Newport, 228; in London, 287. Mt. Katahdin, excursion to; 117-20. Murfree, Miss (C. E. Craddock), 267. N Nantucket, described, 92, 93. Nasby, Petroleum, 244. Negroes, accounts of, 183, 184, 193, 194, 197, 199, 207-21; on tactics, 203, 204. Newburyport, early, 5-43. Newport, R. I., early, 224-32, 235-74; Town and Country Club, 230, 231, 234; scenery of, 247-49. Norton, Jane, 2. O O'Connell, Monsignor, 312, 313. Ogden, Robert, Southern educational trip, 345, 346. Ossoli, Margaret Fuller, account of, 29, 30, 32. Ossoli, Count, 30. Oxford, England, Commemoration Day at, 291, 292. P Palfrey, Dr. J. G., 3. Palfrey sisters, description of, 1-3. Parker, Theodore, at graduation exercises, 4; compared with H. W. Beecher, 46, 47; eloquence of, 53; Higginson and, 53. 54; described, 94; fire at home of, 269. Peabody, Elizabeth, founder o