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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 14: first weeks in London.—June and July, 1838.—Age, 27. (search)
, P. S. Sir Charles Vaughan Sir Charles Richard Vaughan, 1775-1849; Fellow of All Souls' Coed my accepting. To-morrow I dine with Mr. Justice Vaughan, to meet the Vice-Chancellor and other t spoken with the greatest admiration. Mr. Justice Vaughan feels toward you almost as a brother. shall take I have not yet determined. Mr. Justice Vaughan says that I shall take the coif before 1838-39. as a Master in Chancery; with Mr. Justice Vaughan at Chambers in Serjeants' Inn; and last Justices Littledale, Park (James Allan), and Vaughan. I was assigned a seat on the bench, and hearrupted by hears; and Littledale and Park and Vaughan all gave me more hearty applause. As I sat down, Vaughan cried to me: Sumner, you've hit them between wind and water! I should not omit to men I have heard Sir William Alexander and Mr. Justice Vaughan, who remembers Lord Mansfield, say thatom Lord Fitzwilliam, Sir Henry Halford, Mr. Justice Vaughan, Lord Wharncliffe; and besides, from my[2 more...]