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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 30: addresses before colleges and lyceums.—active interest in reforms.—friendships.—personal life.—1845-1850. (search)
ntry in the autumn of 1846, bearing letters to Sumner from two English friends. This was the beginning of Sumner's intimacy with the celebrated naturalist, which in time became as dear to him as the incerity of conviction which inspired them. Sumner went occasionally to parties, and attended somkindly took me three evenings to hear her. Sumner attended on Sundays the morning service at Kinanding his recklessness in keeping late hours, Sumner's health was excellent. Horace Mann wrote of r, and received attentions from Mr. Winthrop. Sumner was not in Washington again till after his elewas the daughter of the first Earl of Durham. Sumner meeting her in 1839 is referred to, ante, vol.nowledge. In all my frequent intercourse with Sumner for fifty years, I can truly say I never foundccupations of his friends while with them. Sumner's active participation in popular agitations id in 1856, a second edition of which contained Sumner's speech on The Crime against Kansas. and were[22 more...]