s literary tendencies.
The lifelong friendship between Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Edward Everett Hale also began while they were underg a month later his diary contained this caution:—
Look out, Higginson, or your resolution, top of page 13, will go to grass! The college occasion on which this translation was presented to the public, Higginson wrote in later life:—
There lies before me a printed prograid n't perceive it & thought it good.
In order to save time, Mr. Higginson constantly used abbreviations as above.
Such words are hencefospering frequently.
At this age, as well as in maturer years, Higginson was easily lulled to sleep by monotonous lectures or sermons.
His berth on the Norwich boat.
At New York he was pleased to see Mr. Higginson's arrival announced in a newspaper; and while at the Astor Houscellaneous reading than most youths of eighteen.
In 1906, Colonel Higginson wrote on the fly-leaf of one of his old textbooks (Professor