in an old man.
Mr. Ticknor left Liverpool on the 17th of May, and arrived in London on the 25th of the same month, travelling in the leisurely style of those days; passing through Chester, St. Asaph's, Llangollen, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, and Warwick; everywhere charmed with the aspect of a rich and cultivated country glowing with the bloom and verdure of an English spring.
In addition to a copious correspondence with relatives and friends at home, it was his custom to keep full journals of came home from the grave.
She told him, she was very sorry indeed he was too late, but if she had that melancholy office to perform again, she would certainly remember him.
Hatton, May 23, 1815.—Dr. Parr lives at Hatton, but four miles from Warwick, and I was resolved not to pass so near to one who is the best Latin scholar, and almost the best Greek one in England, without seeing him, at least for a moment.
Mr. Roscoe had volunteered me a letter, but I left Liverpool half a day before I