to become a private tutor in the family of his cousin, Stephen H. Perkins, of Brookline.
The last days at Jamaica Plain he thus describes:—
Schters removed to Brattleboro, Vermont, Wentworth transferred his belongings to Brookline where he was to teach the three sons of Mr. Perkins.
He took with him a quanles, and he took part in their frequent meetings and merrymakings.
It was in Brookline that he first met his second cousin, Mary Channing, daughter of Dr. Walter Ch is spoken of here, he wrote, but the Community and Magnetism.
The group of Brookline cousins often exchanged visits with the young people at the Community, or Broded the poem in his volume called The Estray, the youth's cup was full.
In Brookline, the young man had plenty of leisure for his favorite pursuits, for he wrote:I feel overflowing with mental energies—I will be Great if I can.
While in Brookline, Higginson tried to live freely and simply like the birds and squirrels, decl