her — about eight feet of it in all.
M. [Maria Lowell]-- He is fifteen years old?
S.-- No, ma'f-reliance.
The copious letters written by Lowell to Charles F. Briggs, and printed in full by PT. Tuckerman, when I asked him how it was that Lowell gained applause so easily, while so many had t The explanation is very easy, said Tuckerman, Lowell had an admirer.
This admirer was Briggs, whoss before the founding of the Atlantic Monthly, Lowell once described to Thaxter and myself, at the Iresent.
The climate of Italy, I think, did Mrs. Lowell great good, but she is not well enough now have since learned from Mr. F. B. Sanborn that Lowell thought of recalling Hosea Biglow to the scen his treasures of wit and memory.
To whom but Lowell would it have occurred to write by way of illulf battles, at that day.
The biographers of Lowell all agree that he was a good editor.
This is wing two letters will indicate the point where Lowell was deficient.
Theodore Parker had died on Ma[1 more...]