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X. Literary Paris twenty years ago I reached Paris, from London, on the morning of May 30, 1878, arriving just in time for admission to
the associations of the French revolutions in his mind, to see in Paris so much less exhibition of interest in public affairs, or indeed of instance, on my going one day into a cremerie in a distant part of Paris, and partaking of a bowl of bouillon bourgeois at twenty-five centi having especial reference to Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, who was then in Paris, and whose unusual command of the French language would have made h hops, and his name proved wholly unfamiliar.
He was about to leave Paris, and I lost the opportunity of further acquaintance.
Since then hi neither date was strictly centennial, but nobody ever minds that in Paris; and if it had been proposed that our Declaration of Independence o the long hill, we found ourselves approaching the very outskirts of Paris; and when we entered the hall, there must have been five hundred pe