foreign soil, when he is dealing with matters peculiarly within his own province of understanding.
Garrison's personal relations with the British philanthropists can best be understood by reflecting upon his social isolation in America and upon the natural warmth of temperament in himself and in these English friends.
I did not hear without great emotion that you are returned to England, and I look forward with great happiness to meeting you in these better times, writes the Duchess of Sutherland in 1867.
Harriet Martineau wrote just before her death in 1876: I can say no more.
My departure is evidently near, and I hold the pen with difficulty.
Accept the sympathy and reverent blessing of your old friend, Harriet Martineau.
I have watched his career with no common interest, even when I was too young to take much part in public affairs; and I have kept within my heart his name and the names of those who have been associated with him in every step he has taken.
It is John Br