n I will give you a winter — is n't that fair?
Chev promises to take me abroad in five years, if we should sell Green Peace well.
They talk of moving the Institution, in which case I should have to leave my pretty Green Peace in two years more, but I should be sad to leave it, for it is very lovely.
I don't know any news at all to communicate.
James K. Polk. has just made a visit here; he was coolly but civilly received.
His whole course has been very unpopular in Massachusetts, and nobody wanted to see the man who had brought this cursed Mexican War upon us. He was received by the Mayor with a brief but polite address, lodgings were provided for him, and a dinner given him by the city.
But there was no crowd to welcome him, no shouts, no waving of handkerchiefs.
The people quietly looked at him and said, This is our chief magistrate, is it?
Well, he is tres peu de chose.
I of course did not trouble myself to go and see him. ... I send you an extract from a