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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 6: (search)
h pronunciation and the spirit of the French authors, which I certainly could not get so well or so quickly in any other way,—probably not at all. At five o'clock I dine in my own room, which saves me the trouble and time of dining, as most strangers do, at a public eating-house. Thus you see, that from six in the morning until five in the afternoon I am every moment employed; but from five, I consider myself free. About six o'clock, I generally go over the river, and pass an hour with Thorndike, who is still sick; and then go either to see some French acquaintance, or to the theatre, or else come home and amuse myself with whatever most interests me. Miss Helen Maria Williams and M. Pichon, formerly French Resident in the United States in the time of the Republic, since Jerome's Minister of Finance, and now a member of the King's Council, receive each one evening in the week; and at Mad. de Stael's, or rather her daughter the Duchess de Broglie's,—for her mother is ill, so tha
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 19: (search)
ch all the lectures wanted, whether fashionable, popular, scientific,—for the mechanics, or their employers; and have the whole made a Capitol of the knowledge of the town, with its uses, which I would open to the public, according to the admirable direction in the Charter of the University of Gottingen, Quam commodissime, quamque latissime. Mr. Prescott, Judge Jackson, Dr. Bowditch, and a few young men are much in earnest about it. . . . . We went the other night to a great ball at Colonel Thorndike's, a part of which extended into your house, The two houses were connected by doors, which could be opened on such occasions. which it was not altogether agreeable to enter without finding its owners there to welcome us. A few nights afterwards we had the whole town turned in upon ourselves, for the first time in our lives . . . . . I am very glad you like Mr. Vaughan. British Minister at Washington, formerly Secretary of Legation at Madrid. See ante, p. 209. He is, I think, on
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 20: (search)
and brought home a fine quantity of beetle-heads, curlews, and other things whose names I do not remember, but which I doubt not are very savory. He has placed a part of them at my disposal, and, as I do not know anybody to whose recollection I wish to be agreeably recalled more than to that of your household, I have made up a little box for you. It will come just in season for your Saturday's dinner, and I wish I were with you, though it is cool, quiet, and comfortable here. . . . . A. Thorndike and his household came to-day. He brings two dogs, and an apparatus for shooting, ample enough to lay waste the Cape from here to Race Point, let alone a quantity of rods, water-proof breeches, and trout-destroying hooks. I have been out myself several times, with that notorious personage John Trout, That well-known angler, John Denison, usually called John Trout.— Curtis's Life of Webster, Vol. I. p. 251. and, though I cannot make up my mind to wade the brooks and the marshes as dee
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 26 (search)
ylvanus, Colonel U. S. A., 7, 8 and note, 316 note, 372-375, 386. Theatre, French, 149, 150. Theatre, Spanish, 201. Thierry, A, 314 Thiersch, Professor, 114, 115. Thompson, Mr. and Lady Mary, 440. Thomson, Mr., 275, 277, 280. Thorndike, Augustus, 132, 386. Thorndike, Colonel, 371. Thorwaliden, Albert, 177, 178. Thun-Hohenstein, Count von, 504 note, 505-07, 508. Thun-Hohenstein, Countess von, 505, 506, 508. Thun-Hohenstein, Count Franz von, 505. Thun-Hohenstein, Count FThorndike, Colonel, 371. Thorwaliden, Albert, 177, 178. Thun-Hohenstein, Count von, 504 note, 505-07, 508. Thun-Hohenstein, Countess von, 505, 506, 508. Thun-Hohenstein, Count Franz von, 505. Thun-Hohenstein, Count Friedrich von, 505. Thun-Hohenstein, Count Leo von, 505, 506, 509, 510. Thun-Hohenstein, Countesses Anna and Josephine, 505. Ticknor, Anna Eliot, daughter of G. T., 382, 384; letter to, 397, 410. Ticknor, Elisha, father of George, 1; graduate of Dartmouth College, 1; head of Moore's school, 1; keeps a school in Pittsfield, Mass., 2; head of Franklin School, Boston, 2; author of English Exercises 2; grocer, 2; connection with Fire Insurance Company, Savings Bank, and Boston Primary Sc