h parties in the great capitals of the Continent, a collection of extremely well dressed people in beautiful and brilliantly lighted rooms.
Among them I found a few old acquaintances, especially the Duke de Villareal, recently Prime Minister in Portugal, and son of the Souza who published the magnificent Camoens.
I knew him when he was Minister of Portugal at Madrid, and had much pleasant talk with him about old times.
The Circourts were there, Count d'appony, Countess de Ste. Aulaire, and a Portugal at Madrid, and had much pleasant talk with him about old times.
The Circourts were there, Count d'appony, Countess de Ste. Aulaire, and a good many persons whom I knew, so that I had an agreeable visit.
December 18.—I went, as usual on Mondays, to Fauriel's lecture on Spanish Literature; which, as usual, was much too minute on the antiquities that precede its appearance.
In fact, now, after an introductory lecture and two others, he has not completed his view of the state of things in Spain at the first dawning of tradition, seven hundred years before Christ.
At this rate, he will not, by the time we leave Paris next spring,
Ponsonby, Mr., II. 176.
Porson, Richard, I. 108.
Portal, Dr., I. 133, 138.
Portalis, Count, II. 134, 135.
Porter, Dr., I. 356.
Porter, Miss, Jane, II. 178.
Portland, visits, I. 337, 385.
Portsmouth, N. H., visits, I. 123 note.
Portugal, visits, I. 242-249; people of, 242.
Posse, Count, I. 183 and note.
Posse, Countess. See Bonaparte, Christine.
Pozzo di Borgo, Count, I. 131, II. 149.
Prague, visits, I. 509-511, II. 314.
Prescott, Judge W., I. 12, 13, 316, 337, 3rtford Convention, Mr. Jefferson, 12-16, 26-41. 1815-16.
To England, Holland, and Gottingen, 49-106; Weimar, Berlin, Dresden, 106-116; Gottingen, 116-121. 1817-18.
Accepts professorship at Harvard College, 120; visits France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, 121-249. 1819.
Paris, London, and Edinburgh, 250-298; death of his mother, 273; return to America, 299; inauguration as professor, 319. 1821.
Death of his father, 334; marriage, 335. 1821-35.
Life in Boston, labors in his professorship, acti