ours l'illustre senateur des États Unis, M. Charles Sumner.
The elder Gordon, with whom Sumner kepSumner kept up a correspondence, mentioned, May 24, soon after they parted, how at every meeting his friends ia master hand it remains indelible with them.
Sumner was the correspondent of Captain Gordon while latter wrote, in November, 1878, an account of Sumner's life in Montpellier, which closed thus: I can not having been informed of the visit that Mr. Sumner made to Paris in 1872. 1 should certainly hao is the subject of your biography.
But among Sumner's friends in Montpellier none felt his fascinaall volume, Gourdon's Grammaire Heraldique,
Sumner was always interested in pedigrees as illustrant.
The writer visited with Mr. Gordon all of Sumner's favorite haunts,—the Promenade, the Jardin, ve how, after a long interval, the interest of Sumner's friends in him was unabated.
Again in Marchg in Paris, where he died two years later.
Sumner kept up at Montpellier, under the immediate ca