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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 17: London again.—characters of judges.—Oxford.—Cambridge— November and December, 1838.—Age, 27. (search)
on of Earl Talbot, to meet undoubtedly a Tory party; next day (being Sunday) to breakfast and pass the day with Roebuck, and to dine with Leader, the member for Westminster, to meet Lord Brougham and Roebuck; the next to dine with Sir Robert Inglis, the most distinguished Tory now in town; then with Sir Gregory Lewin; then with Crein literature, law, politics, or society. One of the most remarkable days that I have passed was Sunday before last, at Leader's J. Temple Leader, M. P. for Westminster. place, about six miles from town. I breakfasted with Roebuck, and then with him went to the member for Westminster. There were only Leader, Trelawney, CapWestminster. There were only Leader, Trelawney, Captain E. J. Trelawney.—author of Adventures of a Younger Son,— Roebuck, Falconer,—late editor of the Westminster Review,—and myself. We talked till midnight, meeting early at breakfast the next morning; and I did not leave Leader's till it was time for me to go to town to dress for dinner at Sir Robert Inglis's,—thus passing fro