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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter 7: Cambridge in later life (search)
joy yourself! He replied, with his inimitable smile, Rely upon me! and so I rely on you. Colonel Higginson constantly corresponded with his kinsman, Edmund Clarence Stedman, and Miss Stedman has kindly allowed the use of these extracts. Newport, November 28, 1875 My Dear Stedman: . . .I think that you place Matthew Arnold far too high, he seeming to me to rank among the fourth rates as a poet, whatever the merit of his prose. Then I think you dismiss Charles (Turner) Tennyson with ark. The strength of Whittier has been in finding all needed elements of poetry at home. In answer to this letter of criticism, Stedman replied that he was speaking only of his personal experience in youth; that it was not the sentiment of Newport or Boston, but of a Calvinistic back-country, where he was injured for life and almost perished of repression and atrophy. January 9, 1888 Do pay proper attention to William Austin, of whom Duyckinck has some account. I think his Peter Rugg
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ption of, 286, 287, 303. Amberleys, the, 258; at Newport, 225-27. Andrew, John A., War Governor of Massac9. Brush, George De Forest, 330. Bryce, James, at Newport, 229; at Oxford, 291, 2921. at Cambridge, 322. letter to, about Kansas, 142-44. Dame, Mrs., and Newport boardinghouse, 235, 246, 264. Dana, Charles, dest Manassas, 159; wounded, 168. Dicey, Albert, at Newport, 229. Dickinson, Emily, 268; poems, 331, 332. W., Governor of Kansas, 141-43. Gibbs, Miss, of Newport, 224, 225. Gilder, Richard Watson, 234, 235. Go1, 192. Goodell, John, 171. Grant, Gen. U. S., at Newport, 254, 255. Guild, Mrs., Edward, 269. Gurneys, tturns to regiment, 210; resigns commission, 221; at Newport, 224-32, 235-74; and Julia Ward Howe, 228-35; and H115. Mott, Lucretia, 272. Moulton, Mrs. L. C., in Newport, 228; in London, 287. Mt. Katahdin, excursion totics, 203, 204. Newburyport, early, 5-43. Newport, R. I., early, 224-32, 235-74; Town and Country Club,