from hearing Mignet's discourse at the Institute.
His wanderings during October cannot be traced in order; but after Bellagio he visited Milan, Brescia, Vicenza, Verona, and Venice.
From Italy he went to Vienna, Prague, and Dresden.
At Berlin he had an interview with Alexander von Humboldt,
Humboldt, in appointing the intervy its prevailing intelligence and civilization.
I have made many little pilgrimages,—to Brescia, because there was the original of Thorwaldsen's Day and night to Verona, because it sheltered Dante in his exile; to Vicenza, because it was the home of the architect Palladio; and to Worms, because of Luther.
These days have been swe future.
He did not doubt that the Austrians would be driven out of Italy this summer; and when I referred to the strength of that prodigious triangle Peschera, Verona, and Mantua, he said that he thought all these fortifications could be taken.
He hoped that Italy would take the place that belonged to her, and that when free s