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s that when our little dog would have made friends with him, he remarked that he had never had time to play with dogs.
He left us for Liverpool; the day was not a pleasant one,—weather unsettled and rough.
I was not well enough to go with him to Liverpool, which I much regretted.
I was anxious about his voyage (luring the winter season.
I give you these few particulars of his visit; it was a visit most pleasant to me and to my family.
Sumner left Liverpool by the Baltic, of the White Star line, November 14, and arrived in New York the 26th, refusing the offer from the company of a free passage.
From Queenstown he wrote to Mr. Bright: I leave England with regret, wishing I could see more and mingle more with English people, who are for me most agreeable and interesting.
Especially do I regret Inverary, which I should have visited, my last day with you was very pleasant, but too brief.
The vessel encountered a violent gale for two days, and afterwards boats manne