h him in his studio, and at the appointed time a waiter appeared from the Lapre with a great tin box on his shoulder filled with spaghetti, roast goat, and other Italian dishes.
We had just spread these on a table in 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 end of the room.
The Queen of Naples is a fine-looking and
Mr. Longfellow laughed heartily at this, saying, I suppose Miss Stebbins did the same, and that is how it came about.
Our sculptors should be careful how they put themselves in the devil's place.
Wood has modelled a fine angel, and his group (Michael and Satan) is altogether an effective one.
Rev. Mr. Longfellow and the ladies now came in, and as it was late I shook hands with them all.
It is reported that when Mr. Longfellow met Cardinal Antonelli he remarked that Rome had changed les