Mr. Ticknor leaves Paris.
visit to La Grange.
M. De La Rive.
September 2.—This morning I left Paris, and I have not left any city with so little r
It is impossible to know General Lafayette in Paris and the world without feeling respect for his ich he possesses beyond any Frenchman I met in Paris, Mad.
Rilliet a toutes les vertus qu'elle affbserved that the ladies were handsomer than at Paris, but not so graceful; and seemingly more genuimpt at brilliancy and epigram which I found in Paris society, and which I have found here only in Du M. de Pourceaugnac, which made much noise in Paris last winter, was performed by herself and halfnever forget.
By the kindness of friends in Paris, and especially the family of Mad. de Stael, Itaste than the gayer and more witty circles in Paris, of which I had a complete surfeit.
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