her's chastened heart, He gave the Mother's watchful eye, He bids me live but where thou art, And look with earnest prayer on high.
Then spake the angel of Mothers To me in gentle tone: “Be kind to the children of others And thus deserve thine own!”
When, in the spring of 1844, she left Rome with husband, sister, and baby, it seemed, she says, like returning to the living world after a long separation from it.
Journeying by way of Naples, Marseilles, Avignon, they came at length to Paris.
Here Julia first saw Rachel, and Taglioni, the greatest of all dancers; here, too, she tried to persuade the Chevalier to wear his Greek decorations to Guizot's reception, but tried in vain, he considering such ornaments unfitting a republican.
The autumn found them again in England, this time to learn the delights of country visiting.
Their first visit was to Atherstone, the seat of Charles Nolte Bracebridge, a descendant of Lady Godiva, a most cultivated and delightful man. He and