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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3 4 0 Browse Search
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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 41: search for health.—journey to Europe.—continued disability.—1857-1858. (search)
money wrung from slaves. Montalembert again expressed his mortification that England, amidst all her professions of liberal principles, should lend herself to Louis Napoleon. After dinner several persons cane in; I stole away. Did not go to Jules Simon's, 1814–. where I had been invited, but got home as soon as possible, and went to bed. April 24. Began the day by abandoning a breakfast at Mr. Senior's, where I was to meet Main, the head of the late Venetian Republic, and Lord Ashburtoy much a portrait on his easel: also enjoyed a collection he has made, among which is a picture which seems to be a Raphael, and another a Leonardo da Vinci; dined with the Laugels, where was De Tocqueville; afterwards went to the reception of Jules Simon, where I met republicans, among whom were Carnot Lazare Hippolyte Carnot (1801-1888). a St. Simonist, author, deputy, senator, son of the war minister who organized victory, and father of the President of the French republic. and Henri Mart
A Congress of Artists. --There has been an Artists' Congress held at Antwerp. The city was host, and among the invited guests were Victor Hugo, Amedee Achard, Jules Simon, the King of Sweden, the King of Bavaria, Baron Taylor, members of the French Conservatoire, the Theatre Francais, the University, Edmond About, Gudin the painter, James Ferguson, Digby Wyatt, and other noted people from England, Belgium, Denmark, France and Germany, to the number of 1200. Every one of the invited guests was befitted on a Flemish household, and the hospitality of the inhabitants was unstinted. Processions, meetings, balls, discussions, speeches, and banquets, filled up the time.