after you left, up to the time of our departure for Paris.
We have borne in mind your advice to hasten awat.
Charles wrote, a day or two since, to Mrs. C. at Paris to secure very private lodgings, and by no means letrow we go — go to quiet, to obscurity, to peace — to Paris, to Switzerland; there we shall find the loveliest glen, and, as the Bible says, fall on sleep.
Paris, June 4.
Here we are in Paris, in a most charming familParis, in a most charming family.
I have been out all the morning exploring shops, streets, boulevards, and seeing and hearing life in Paris.Paris.
When one has a pleasant home and friends to return to, this gay, bustling, vivacious, graceful city is one oftianity, and art.
Wednesday, June 22.
Adieu to Paris!
Ho for Chalons-sur-Saone!
After affectionate farenflinching to prevent her being overwhelmed, both in Paris and Geneva, by the same demonstrations of regard.
TGermany, Belgium, and Holland, the party returned to Paris toward the end of August, from which place Mrs. Stow
Lord, meeting with, 232.
Palmetto leaves published, 405; date , 491.
Papacy, The, 358.
Paris, first visit to, 241; second visit, 286.
Park, Professor Edwards A., 186.
Parker, TheodoreArgyle, 271; from Dunrobin Castle, 275; on Dred, 282; other letters from abroad, 282; on life in Paris, 286; on journey to Rome, 294; on impressions of Rome, 300; on Swiss journey, 348; from Florence, 349; from Paris, 353; on farewell to her soldier son, 364; visit to Duchess of Argyle, 366; on her reading tour, 491; on his health and her enforced absence from him, 492; on reading, at Chelsea, 4eakfast at Lord Trevelyan's, 234; Windsor, 235; presentation of bracelet, 233; of inkstand, 240; Paris, first visit to, 241 ; en route for Switzerland, 243; Geneva and Chillon, 244; Grindelwald to Menverary Castle, 271; Dunrobin Castle, 275 ; Oxford and London, 280; visits the Laboucheres, 283; Paris, 289; en route to Rome, 294; Naples and Vesuvius, 301; Venice and Milan, 305; homeward journey a