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Frank Preston Stearns, Cambridge Sketches, Leaves from a Roman diary: February, 1869 (Rewritten in 1897) (search)
d a finely modulated face. Feb. 15, 1869. Warrington Wood invited Pand myself to lunch with him in his stn front of the clay model of Michael and Satan, when Wood's marble-cutter rushed in to announce the King and Queen of Naples. Wood hastily threw a green curtain over the dishes, while P — and I retreated to the further e young, and talks English well. She conversed with Wood and asked him a number of questions about his group,ursting about her. They subscribed themselves in Wood's register under the name of Bourbon, and after theirnival, where an Italian lazzaroni attempted to pick Wood's pocket, but was caught in the act and soundly kicked by Wood. This was the most entertaining event of the afternoon. The best part of the carnival was the q does,--somewhat. Then I told him that I asked Warrington Wood how he obtained the expression for his head of reful how they put themselves in the devil's place. Wood has modelled a fine angel, and his group (Michael an