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Jan. 27, 1839. Among the persons whom I have seen since I wrote the foregoing pages have been Leigh Hunt 1784-1859. and Thomas Campbell. 1777-1844. I yesterday morning saw Leigh Hunt, on the introduction of Carlyle. He lives far from town,—in Chelsea,—in a humble house, with uncarpeted entry and stairs. He lives more simply, I think, than any person I have visited in England; but he possesses a palace of a mind. He is truly brilliant in conversation, and the little notes of his which I have seen are very striking. He is of about the middle size, with iron-gray hair parted in the middle, and suffered to grow quite long. Longfellow has seen him, I think, and he will tell you about him. I believe I have already described to you Carlyle. I met Campbell at a dinner which Colburn, Henry Colburn died in 1855. His residence was at 13 Great Marlborough Street. the publisher, gave me last evening. There were Campbell, Jerdan, William Jerdan, born 1782, for thirty-four y