of Dannemora; —of which Mary will give you a description all in good time.
We already begin to think of leaving Stockholm—and shall probably take the steamboat to Gothenburg in about three weeks.—For my own part, I should like to go sooner if we could.
I am disappointed in Sweden.
The climate is too cold and unpleasant.
I want a little warm sunshine.
Something that I can feel, as well as see. From Gothenburg we shall go to Copenhagen, and after passing a month there, take steamboat to Stettin, and so to Berlin.
We shall not return to the North again but pass the next summer in Germany and France.
Much love to all. Very affectionately your Son H. W. Longfellow Mrs. Stephen Longfellow, care of Hon. Stephen Longfellow, Portland, Maine, U. S. of America.
[to] Hon. Stephen Longfellow, Portland, Maine, U. S. Of America. Copenhagen, September 21, 1835.
my dear Sir,—Henry has consented that I should copy a few pages of his journal for you; but I could not prevail on him to