An agreeable incident occurred on that last evening, which is thus described in the Journal:—
I was just going out to make a visit to Mr. Bunsen, when I met a message from Miss Mackenzie of Seaforth, desiring me to come to her, as there was a gentleman at her house who had asked to see me. I went, and to my great surprise found Wordsworth with his fidus Achates, Robinson of the Temple.
Mr. H. C. Robinson in his Diary says: We drank tea with Miss Mackenzie.
She had sent messages to Collins and Kestner, but neither came.
On the other hand, by mere accident seeing a card with Mr. Ticknor's name, I spoke of his being a friend of Wordsworth; on which she instantly sent to him, and, as he lived next door, he was soon with us, and greatly pleased to see Wordsworth, before setting off to-morrow for Florence. We had some excellent talk, and then both of them came home with me. They came to Rome yesterday, and will stay here two or three weeks, after which they travel slowly to the N
n, Nov. 30, 1717
Fly and Granville, two pirates, July 7, 1726
A young negro, for murder, May 17, 1751
William Wier, for murder, Nov. 19, 1754
Lewis Ames, for robbery, Oct. 21, 1773
Grant and Cover, on the Common, for murder, Oct. 28, 1784
Scott and Archibald, for murder, May 5, 1785
A. and J. Taylor, on Neck lands, for robbery, May 8, 1788
Two men and one woman, on the Common, for robbery, Oct. 8, 1789
Brown and Bailey, on the Common, for robbery, Oct. 16, 1790
Collins, Poliski and Testill, on the Common, July 30, 1794
John Stewart, on the Common, for robbery, Apr. 6, 1797
Stephen Smith, on the Common, for arson, Oct. 30, 1797
Samuel Tulley, a pirate, at South Boston, Dec. 10, 1812
Henry Phillips, on the Neck, for murder, Nov. 13, 1817
Roy, and three other pirates, on the Neck, Feb. 8, 1819
Michael Powers, on the Neck, for murder, May 25, 1820
Holmes, and two other pirates, on the Neck, June 25, 1820
Michael Martin, at East Cambrid
nant-colonel; Poore, Robert H., major; Shelton, William D., major; White, William, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Wood, William W., major, lieutenantcol-onel.
Fourteenth Militia regiment (Eighteenth brigade): Harness, William H., colonel
Fifteenth Cavalry battalion (Northern Neck Rangers.
Transferred to Fifteenth Cavalry): Critcher, John, major.
Fifteenth Cavalry regiment (consolidated with Fifth regiment, November 8, 1864): Ball, William B., colonel; Burroughs, Edgar, major; Collins, Charles Read, major, colonel; Critcher, John, lieutenant-colonel.
Fifteenth Infantry regiment: August, Thomas P., colonel; Clarke, Charles H., major; Crenshaw, James R., lieutenant-colonel; Morrison, Emmet M., major, lieutenant-colonel; Peyton, Thomas G., major, lieutenant-colonel; Tucker, St. George, major, lieutenant-colonel; Walker, John Stewart, major.
Sixteenth Cavalry battalion (transferred to Thirteenth Cavalry): Belsches, Benjamin W., major.
Sixteenth Cavalry regiment: Fer