rature, and need for it copies of a few manuscripts to be found in Madrid and in the Escorial.
A young Spaniard named Pascual de Gayangos ha him give you a written memorandum of what he has ordered for me in Madrid, the person of whom he has ordered it, and the best mode of accompl may take us on your return.
Meantime, allow me to write to you in Madrid, if I happen to get into any unexpected bother for want of a rare br. Cogswell has refused the appointment of Secretary of Legation at Madrid; preferring to remain in New York, as librarian of a great library communication with Don Fermin Gonzalo Moron, or any other person in Madrid, bookseller, book-collector, or whatever he may be, that will assisrd till I found it in his catalogue.
To Don Pascual de Gayangos, Madrid. Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 24, 1844.
my dear Mr. Gayangos,—I hvue des Deux Mondes, 1850 (by Rossieuw de St. Hilaire); El Heraldo, Madrid, March, 1850 (by Domingo del Monte); London Morning Chronicle, May,