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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 2, Chapter 23: return to his profession.—1840-41.—Age, 29-30. (search)
o learn the language as I wished. Another six months would make me master of it and of its literature . . . . Ever affectionately yours, Charles. To his brother George, Munich. Washington's Headquarters, Cambridge, Sunday, May 9, 1841. dear George,—Once again from the headquarters of our great chief. Since I last wrote you, Mrs. Craigie, the widow of the builder of Craigie's Bridge and the owner of this house, has died and been removed from its spacious rooms to a narrow bed at Mt. Auburn. It is a lovely day, and from the open window I look across the lawn and the winding Charles to Brighton and the hills that enclose Brookline. Our sky is Italian; as bright and clear as that which looks down upon Naples. It is from English travellers, who have never seen the sun in their own country, that we imbibe the idea of the superlative brightness and clearness of the Italian sky . . . . Ever yours, Charles. To Dr. Lieber, he wrote, May 12, 1841:— I knew Warburton sligh