urviving brothers, Charles and George, and his sister Julia.
The Sumners surrendered voluntarily, and without the assertion of an adverse claim, to the heirs of Albert's wife all her property; and the Barclays certified in a formal letter to George Sumner, the administrator of Albert, that the Barclays had no legal claim to the property, and this fact was known both to yourself and to the other heirs-at-law.
Such conduct merits the esteem and approbation of every honorable man.
Henry was b to themselves.
Some of his friends and relatives, and particularly his brother Charles, regretted that he tarried so long in Europe, and desired him rather to concentrate his mind on some definite literary work or occupation.
A sketch of George Sumner may be found in Allibone's Dictionary of English Literature.
Jane was born, April 28, 1820, and died, Oct. 7, 1837.
She did not recover from a typhoid fever, which seized her two years before her death, and afterwards was afflicted with