Bequest by Mr. Ticknor, to the Boston Public Library, of his collection of Spanish and Portuguese books.
when Mr. Ticknor's will was proved, the following article in it was made known:—
On the death of my wife IMr. Ticknor's will was proved, the following article in it was made known:—
On the death of my wife I give to the city of Boston, where I was born, where I have lived a long and happy life, and where I hope to die, all my books and manuscripts in the Spanish and Portuguese languages; and I further give and bequeath to the same city of Boston, the srom any person or persons who may have the same, or any of them, in his or their possession.
About two months after Mr. Ticknor's death, Mr. W. S. Dexter, on behalf of the Executors, informed the City Council of the city of Boston, through the Mayor, that Mrs. Ticknor had offered to relinquish her right to retain the books thus bequeathed to the city; and the City Council accepted the bequest, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the will.
Resolutions were passed in relation to th
Curtis, Benjamin, first husband of Mrs. E. Ticknor, graduate of Harvard College, I. 3; surgeouth College, case of, vs. Woodward, I. 4; Elisha Ticknor graduate of, I. 1, 5;
Dr. Wheelock Pres
Eliot, Miss, Anna, I. 334 and note, 335. See Ticknor, Mrs. George.
Eliot, Miss, Catherine. See , I. 425.
Franklin Public School, Boston, Elisha Ticknor principal of, I. 2.
Franklin, Sir, JohnH., I. 3 note, 4, 5, 6, 384, 385 and note; Elisha Ticknor dies there, 2, 335.
Hanover, visits, I.eake, Colonel, II. 155.
Lebanon, Conn., Elisha Ticknor born there, I. 1.
Lebanon, N. H., I. 4,, 468, 483
Sharon, Mass., E. Billings (Mrs. E. Ticknor), born and keeps school in, I. 3.
Shar427, 429, 431, 447 note, 458, 470.
Ticknor, Elisha, father of G. T., graduate of Dartmouth Colle, 334; letters from, to his son, II 499-506.
Ticknor, Elizabeth Billings, mother of G. T., I. 1: ba widow, opens a school in Boston, marries Elisha Ticknor, 4; letter to, 103; illness, 250; death, 2