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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 22: (search)
ney in North Wales, including visits to Mr. J. Taylor and the Miss Luxmoors of St. Asaph's.—At Ambleside we found a kind note from Wordsworth, inviting us to come directly to him. I walked there as sed very quickly away, and when I rose to leave him he took his staff and walked nearly back to Ambleside with me. September 2.—As it was not convenient for us to go up to Rydal and breakfast with rrangement, she offered to breakfast with us to-morrow morning, and we parted and came back to Ambleside. Wordsworth, as usual, talked the whole time. He showed us the scenery in the spirit of onan extremely agreeable evening with him again, which he again ended by accompanying me back to Ambleside by a beautiful moonlight. September 3.—Mrs. Fletcher and her daughter came to breakfast witsaw her last, she is as interesting as ever, by her talent and enthusiasm. When we drove from Ambleside she accompanied us to Wordsworth's, where we passed a couple of hours very agreeably. He show<