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Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli (ed. W. H. Channing), chapter 3 (search)
shall feel greater confidence in them. Miss Martineau. In the summer of 1835, Margaret found stimulus to self-culture in the society of Miss Martineau, whom she met while on a visit at Cambridgwas to her, appears from her journals. Miss Martineau received me so kindly as to banish all embprehend myself. I have had some hope that Miss Martineau might be this friend, but cannot yet tell.o my defects. A delightful letter from Miss Martineau. I mused long upon the noble courage withinvited her to be their companion; and, as Miss Martineau was to return to England in the ship with the time, laid aside De Stael and Bacon, for Martineau and Southey. I find, with delight, that the Magnanimity. Immediately after reading Miss Martineau's book on America, Margaret felt bound in e of light streams from his torch. When Harriet Martineau writes about America, I often cannot tesr side of the Atlantic, by their censor, Harriet Martineau. I do not like that your book should [1 more...]
Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli (ed. W. H. Channing), chapter 4 (search)
o. I was afterwards still more interested in her, by the warm praises of Harriet Martineau, who had become acquainted with her at Cambridge, and who, finding Margarg us together. I remember, during a week in the winter of 1835-6, in which Miss Martineau was my guest, she returned again and again to the topic of Margaret's excelacquaintance; which I willingly promised. I am not sure that it was not in Miss Martineau's company, a little earlier, that I first saw her. And I find a memorandum, in her own journal, of a visit, made by my brother Charles and myself, to Miss Martineau, at Mrs. Farrar's. It was not, however, till the next July, after a little don Falls; and, in the autumn, made the acquaintance, at Mrs. F.'s house, of Miss Martineau, whose friendship, at that moment, was an important stimulus to her mind. ough, after her father died, the disappointment of not going to Europe with Miss Martineau and Mrs. Farrar was extreme, and her mother and sister wished her to take h