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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 43: return to the Senate.—the barbarism of slavery.—Popular welcomes.—Lincoln's election.—1859-1860. (search)
course while the latter continued at Washington. He became intimate with Rodolph Schleiden, Mr. Schleiden has for several years lived in Freiburg in Baden, whereMr. Schleiden has for several years lived in Freiburg in Baden, where the writer had the pleasure of meeting him in 1889. minister from the Hanseatic towns from 1853 to 1864, well versed in European affairs, and a shrewd observer of ping events. The two bachelors dined together at least once a week, either at Schleiden's apartment or at a restaurant. Among entertainments given by Mr. SchleideMr. Schleiden was a dinner, two days before Mr. Lincoln's inauguration, to the diplomatic corps, when Seward and Sumner had seats together at the table. Their topics were Americions of an impartial spectator of our affairs, and none more than those of Mr. Schleiden, slight as was the sympathy of that minister with the antislavery movement.lar approval he received was all he could desire. He wrote, September 2, to R. Schleiden: Meanwhile the good cause advances. Massachusetts stands better, fairer, an