Sheridan's victory at Cedar Run.
There were no recent graduates of Harvard more universally beloved than Charles and James Lowell; and none of whom better things were expected.
To Lowell himself, who had no other children, except a daughter, theLowell himself, who had no other children, except a daughter, they were almost like his own sons, and the ode he wrote on this occasion touches a depth of pathos not to be met with elsewhere in his poetry.
There was not at that time another family in Cambridge or Boston which contained two such bright intellects,od of European history the only son of a widow was exempt from conscription.
Then to lose them both in a single day!
Mrs. Lowell became the saint of Quincy Street, and none were so hardened or self-absorbed as not to do her reverence.
But now tand perhaps three or four professors, watching the Harvard nine practise in preparation for its match with the formidable Lowell nine of Boston.
Who is that slender youth at second base,--with the long nose and good-humored twinkle in his eye,--who