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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 15: the Circuits.—Visits in England and Scotland.—August to October, 1838.—age, 27. (search)
d that he has a sister who is so still. I am disposed to believe that there is in him a nervousness and immense activity which is near akin to insanity, and which at present jangles the otherwise even measures of his character. Friday morning, Sept. 7. I write this in Brougham's library and study,—a most beautiful apartment, with panels of old oak black with age, and with a rich ceiling of the same material, emblazoned with numerous heraldic escutcheons in gold. It is a room that you wouout of the bag except the great seal. She was afraid that I should be dull; and was pleased to regret that there was not more company in the house to amuse me. My recollections of this woman will be of the most charming character. Hallstead's, Sept. 7 (Evening). I am now at the beautiful seat Patterdale Hall, where one of the best views of Ulleswater Lake may be had. Murray's Handbook for the Lakes, p. 107. Mr. Marshall is honorably mentioned in Mill's Autobiography, p. 117. His note, i