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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 24: Slavery and the law of nations.—1842.—Age, 31. (search)
ount of his political engagements at Washington. Come and hear him,—if you can bear to leave your seclusion, which we so much envy you. How is Oscar? We feel sad in dear Longfellow's absence,--facile princeps of American poets, friend of the warm hand and gushing heart. . . . I drove the Lyells out last evening. They sail for Europe in the packet of the 16th. I break off now to mount with Howe to ride with two maidens fair. Ever and ever yours, Charles Sumner. To Hillard, at Troy, N. Y., he wrote, July 15, 1842:— We parted at the foot of Wellington Hills. Sumner and Captain R. B. Forbes escorted Hillard, who was starting on a journey, as far as Belmont Forbes and I—our horses most restive in each other's company—called on Mr. Cushing. On my return to town that evening, I found the Lyells had arrived. The next night I drove them out. They were delighted to see, for the first time, fireflies. I caught several for them in my hat. Wednesday they went to Nahant t