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John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana, Chapter 2: education (search)
rly untranslatable. If I cannot find a translation and you have a copy of the original, I'll send them down for your consideration. On August 18, 1840, Dana wrote again from Guildhall to his friend Barrett: After a week of pleasure at Hanover, I find myself once more on the hither side of the North Pole, in safety as I trust of both mind and body. To me withdrawal from my daily studies and occupations is an event that occurs but seldom; but from its rarity it is the more highly enjy, and if I do not get your letters, why, the de'il is in it. Tell me what you think of Jones Very and I'll tell you something about the man. I had almost forgotten to say how much I owe you for a large share of the pleasure of my visit to Hanover, and to remind you of our bargain, to live together and write books. In the meanwhile, I trust no legal or other logicalities may obscure in us the love of the beautiful or the hatred of the Devil. Give my best remembrances to my namesake an