But I want to know what part you propose to take in the grand symphony, and I pray you to answer me directly, for we must proceed to tune the instruments.
Mr. Emerson is warmly interested and will give active assistance for a year.
Mr. Ripley and Mr. Dwight are also in earnest; for others I know not yet.
Will not Mr. Vaughan give us some aid?
His article on the Chartists excited interest here, and we should like some such large sharp strokes of the pen very much ...
At Newporyou will let me have your paper by next Friday or Saturday. Ms.
Upon such modest encouragement did a periodical proceed which was to be the beginning of a new era in cis-Atlantic literature.
The original prospectus — written, I suspect, by Mr. Ripley--was as follows:--
The Dial: a magazine for literature, philosophy, and religion.
To be Continued Quarterly.
The purpose of this work is to furnish a medium for the freest expression of thought on the questions which interest earnest m