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Chapter 5: year after College.—September, 1830, to September, 1831.—Age, 19-20. Sumner left Cambridge with grateful recollections of college life. Revisiting, as the new academic year opened, the familiar scenes, he saw the Seniors taking possession of the rooms which his class had vacated, and described, in a letter to Browne, the desolation of 23 Holworthy. He kept up his interest in the exhibitions, parts, prizes, clubs, and personal incidents of the college, and reported them to the
r at Framingham.
The letters which they wrote to him are familiar and affectionate, usually addressing him by his Christian name, and most of them quite extended.
Of these he kept during his life more than fifty, written from Sept., 1830, to Sept., 1831.
Once a week, or oftener, he sent long letters to Browne.
Of the letters to Browne and Hopkinson, the two classmates to whom he wrote most confidentially, none exist; but the letters written to him at that period were carefully preserved