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sness of anything else. The Princess showed me the pictures in the saloon and a magnificent porcelain vase, with a portrait of the late Emperor of Austria, presented recently to her husband by the Emperor of Russia. She was very pleasant; but it was now eight o'clock, the company was separating, I had been there five hours, and it was time to go. The Prince was consistently courteous to the last, followed me to the door with kind compliments, and then, turning back, ceased, I dare say, in five minutes, to think or remember anything more about me, as Sancho says, than about the shapes of the last yearns clouds. I take him to be the most consummate statesman of his sort that our time has produced. Baron Humboldt wrote to Mr. Ticknor from Sans Souci, September 8, 1837: Le Prince Metternich, que j'ai vu à Teplitz, a éte ravi des entretiens qu'il a eus avec vous. Ne dans une republique, vous aurez, pourtant, paru plus raisonnable à ses yeux, que ce qu'il appelle mon liberalism