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erest; on the duties of kings.
What right, she said, have kings to live merely for carriages, horses, and palaces?
Her appearance on the stage was very fine.
Her pose, movement, and expression were beautiful.
My place was in the front gallery, directly opposite the singer.
To R. H. Dana, Jr., November 1:—
What can have turned you to those old fields?
Dana had written, Will you lend me your article on Replevin, written years ago in the Jurist, and much commended to us by Professor Greenleaf at the school? I send you the volume containing the article on Replevin.
American Jurist, July, 1834. Ante, Memoir, vol.
i. p. 124. Looking at this and my other labors in that volume, I am reminded how completely my mind has flowed into other channels since those early days of precocious judicial enthusiasm.
That volume contains some eighteen articles, or notices of books, written and published while I was yet a student.
To George Sumner, November 26:—
I rejoice in you