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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 3: (search)
ably enough to St. Peter's, and having good places there by the kindness of Mr. Kestner, saw the grand mass performed by the Pope, to great advantage . . . . December 26.—. . . . I dined in a gentlemen's party, at Mr. Jones the Bankers, with Mr. Harper, Charles Carroll Harper, of Baltimore. Dr. Bowring, Sir John Bowring. and a Mr. Greg, William R. Greg, author of Enigmas of Life, etc. whom I found a very intelligent Englishman of fortune, who means, as Dr. Bowring says, to stand for Charles Carroll Harper, of Baltimore. Dr. Bowring, Sir John Bowring. and a Mr. Greg, William R. Greg, author of Enigmas of Life, etc. whom I found a very intelligent Englishman of fortune, who means, as Dr. Bowring says, to stand for the next Parliament, for Lancaster. There were two or three other persons present, but the conversation was in the hands of those I have mentioned, and was very spirited. It turned on English reform and American slavery, and such exciting topics as necessarily produced lively talk. We sat long at table, and then I carried Dr. Bowring to Mr. Trevelyan's, Since Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Bart. where there was a small party of English, but none so interesting as himself and his wife.
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 12: (search)
he has produced a record which may be read with general satisfaction, and will be lastingly valued for reference. Mr. Buckle also, in a private letter, says: In Mr. Ticknor's singularly valuable History of Spanish literature there is more real information than can be found in any of the Spanish histories which I have had occasion to read. The letter appears in the Life of Theodore Parker, to whom it was addressed. The first edition of the work appeared from the press of the Messrs. Harper, New York, in the latter part of the year 1849, while Mr. John Murray, at the same time, published a small edition in London. A Spanish translation was already begun, from advanced sheets, by Don P. de Gayangos and Don Enrique de Vedia, but the last volume of this did not appear until several years later. Meantime, reviews and notices appeared on both sides of the Atlantic, some of which contained inconsiderable objections to matters of style, or to special opinions, omissions, and statem
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), chapter 30 (search)
35. Hanover, visits, I. 77. Harcourt, Colonel, II. 323, 376, 377, 378. Harcourt, Lady, Catherine, II. 376, 377, 378. Harcourt, Lady, Susan, II. 391. Harcourt, Rev., William Vernon, I. 424, 435, 436, 437, II. 390, 391. 392; Mrs., I. 437, II. 390, 391, 392. Harcourt, (Sir) William Vernon, II. 873. Hardegg, Count, II. 6. Hardenberg, Prince, I. 485. Hare, Francis, II. 76 and note, 79, 80, 82; Mrs., II. 82. Harness, Rev., William, I. 411, 416 note, II. 371. Harper, Charles Carroll, II. 65. Harper, General, Robert, I. 351. Harpers, Messrs., II. 255. Harris, Leavitt, II. 113 and note. Harrison, George, I. 193 note. Harrowby, Second Earl of, II. 323. Hartford Convention, I. 12-14. Hartford, visits, I. 14 Harvard College, G. T. nominated to a Professorship in, I. 116; accepts, 120; enters on Professorship, 319-326; attemptedreforms in, 353-369, 379, 399-401; views for, II. 422, 423; made Ll. D. in, 508. Hatfield. See Salisbury. Hatherton