ss Edgeworth, Mr. Legare, Prince John of Saxony, Count Circourt, Mr. Prescott, Mr. Kenyon, and others.
death of Mr. Legare.
Mr. Ticknor's d, and because some of them, like Dr. Channing, Mr. Norton, and Mr. Prescott, who have grown out of this state of things, and Mr. Webster, anntimate friends; the History of Ferdinand and Isabella, by Mr. William H. Prescott, of this city, a work which has obtained great success in roud old courtier, and fully confirms the ballad. . . . .
Gray, Prescott, and the rest of tutta quella schiera,—as you call it, and you migst Saturday morning, and the same day there dined with me Allston, Prescott, Longfellow, and Hillard, the editor of Spenser.
You ought to hav, and had the Prescotts and Gray,
Judge and Mrs. Prescott, Mr. W. H. Prescott and his daughter, and Mr. F. C. Gray. till day before yesterdeeable, as well as more picturesque, than I expected.
To William H. Prescott, Nahant. Woods' Hole, Sunday, August 14, 1842.
my dear W