elf with courts and parliaments.
See letter to Mr. Daveis of Aug. 4, 1837, ante, p. 192. He had read many bed for their good offices to the pilgrim poet.
Mr. Daveis commended him to Earl Fitzwilliam and Lord Jeffreospitality.
In his letter to Earl Fitzwilliam, Mr. Daveis, after referring to Sumner's professional learninnecdotes.
With the exception of Dr. Lieber and Mr. Daveis, Sumner's friends did not encourage his proposed e a farewell visit of a day to his valued friend, Mr. Daveis, at Portland; taking the boat on the evening of Txt evening.
He dined, while in Portland, with Mr. Daveis, meeting at the dinner John Neal,
Mr. Neal was tbless you as never friend blessed his friend.
Mr. Daveis wrote, Aug. 8:—
There will be a good many t, and himself an instructor in the Law School; to Mr. Daveis, Dr. Lieber, Professor Greenleaf, Longfellow, Clelist his interest and that of my friend and host, Mr. Daveis, of Portland.
I shall hear of your success acr