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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 41: search for health.—journey to Europe.—continued disability.—1857-1858. (search)
Shaftesbury, Lord Aberdeen, Lord Broughton, Lord Glenelg, Duke of Wellington, Bishop of Oxford, Sir John Stephen, Mr. Parkes, etc. July 7. Breakfast at Henry Reeve's, where I met the Due de Nemours, Due d'aumale, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Stanley, Lord Hatherton, Lady Theresa Lewis, Tocqueville; visited British Museum, and Mr. Owen; met the committee on the Ballot at their rooms in the city; heard Roebuck open his motion in the Commons for the abolition of the lord lieutenancy of Ireland; dined with Mr. Parkes, where I met Mr. Sparks Jared Sparks. and Miss Cushman. Charlotte Cushman, the actress. July 8. Dinner at Earl Fortescue's, where was a large and distinguished company; afterwards to the Russian Ambassador's, where I met Lord and Lady Palmerston and Lord Stanhope. July 9. House of Commons; dinner with Sir Edward Buxton. July 10. Breakfast at Lord Hatherton's; attended debate in the House of Lords on the Jews' bill; heard Lords Granville, Derby, Lyndhur
Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, chapter 14 (search)
yson always remembers your visit with pleasure. two days with Lord Stanhope at Chevening Park, where I slept in the room which was occupied for three years by Lord Chatham; one day at Argyll Lodge with the duke, where I met Gladstone; one day with Dr. Lushington at Ockham Park in Surrey; one day with my countryman Motley, the historian of the Dutch commonwealth, at Walton-on-Thames; one day with Lord Clarendon at the Grove; one day with Lord Spencer Born in 1835; twice lord lieutenant of Ireland. Soon after returning home, Sumner sent Lord Spencer a quantity of blue-grass seed to be sown on his estate. From Althorp he visited Brington, the ancestral home of the Washingtons; and a year later he received from the earl copies of the Washington memorial stones, and gave them to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. They were placed in the State House. He gave a full account of the stones in a letter to Jared Sparks, Nov. 22, 1860. Works, vol. v. pp. 357-368. at Althorp; one day with