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. Ticknor while they were abroad, and to those received by Mr. Daveis from his English friends.
He corresponded with George Gibbs, who in 1835 passed some time in Paris, where through Sumner's introduction he was well received by Foelix.
In the early part of 1837, a strong friendship was formed between Cornelius C. Felton, Henrdoctor,—The day has gone by for a degree for Mittermaier this season.
He will probably receive it next year. . . . In the Revue Étrangere, edited by M. Foelix, of Paris (a correspondent of mine), is a long article on the translations of Beaumont and Tocqueville,
Their Report upon the Penitentiary System of the United States.—yots different countries, and promise myself the pleasure of making your personal acquaintance at Heidelberg, where I hope to pass some time.
I shall probably be in Paris during the months of January, February, and March, and shall then pass over to England; after which I shall visit Germany.
My associate, L. S. Cushing, will have