lled it, on his favorite classmates, Browne, Hopkinson,
Hopkinson wrote, May 10, Leave off readi
He gave a Byron to Browne, and a Milton to Hopkinson; and received from Browne Sterne's Sentimental Journey, and from Hopkinson a polyglot Bible.
Sumner gave his classmate Kerr, in their Seniors to Browne.
Of the letters to Browne and Hopkinson, the two classmates to whom he wrote most co unhappy; and he opened his heart frankly to Hopkinson, —a young man of mature reflection and six ytter stored than that of any of your class.
Hopkinson rebuked Sumner's apprehension of failure in tame world and this tame reality of things.
Hopkinson thus closed this thoughtful letter, which mun to the meeting-house, in which our friend Hopkinson walked amongst the corporation, professors, ock, when, as I was ascending the steps with Hopkinson, Browne presented himself before us. The exhg for which they need blush.
McBurney and Hopkinson were here last evening, and spent in my room