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l duties. a Third Visit to Europe. letter on leaving. diagnosis and treatment of his Disease by Dr. Brown-Sequard. Mr Sumner's fortitude. a letter from Aix in Savoy. life at Montpellier. return to Paris. Visit to La Grange. return to the United States. progress of events. Mr. Sumner again in the Senate. Sharp reply to MMr. Sumner found some alleviation to his sufferings by continuing the study of engravings in the cabinets of Paris. In the latter part of August he visited Aix in Savoy, long noted for its thermal waters and healthful atmosphere. In a letter to a friend, dated at this place, Sept. 11, 1858, he describes his mode of life and his aition. This is harder to bear than the fire. I do not hear of friends engaged in active service,--like Trumbull in Illinois,--without a feeling of envy. From Savoy he went through Switzerland via Milan to Venice, but was too great an invalid to derive much pleasure from visiting the Ducal Palace or the far-famed Rialto. He r