Mr. Ticknor leaves Gottingen.
arrival in Paris and residence there.
A. W. Von Schlegel.
Duke and Duchess de Broglie.
Helen Maria Williams.
Madame de Stael.
sa's,—Frederick von Schlegel, again to my great satisfaction, etc., etc. Baron Gagern reminded me of Jeremiah Mason,
Mr. Ticknor, on a visit to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, before he went to Europe, carried a letter of introduction to Mr. Jeremiah Mat Mr. Webster's, when the style of address was quite changed, and he never after regretted knowing Mr. Mason.
During Mr. Ticknor's absence in Europe, his journal was for a time in the hands of his friend, Mr. N. A. Haven, of Portsmouth.
Mr. Masone genuine French wit, with its peculiar grace and fluency, so completely in his power as M. Pozzo di Borgo;
Note by Mr. Ticknor: I have learned since that he is a Corsican. and on my saying this to M. Schlegel, he told me there was nobody equal t