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Chapter 19: Paris again.—March to April, 1839.—Age, 28. Changing the plan of his journey, in
n the night of March 22.
During four weeks in Paris, he renewed his intercourse with friends
At ring the latter part of his previous, visit to Paris, he made the acquaintance of Alexis de Tocquev ational wrong. A Citizen of the United States. Paris, April 9.
In the negotiations which finall first appeared, the article was attributed in Paris.
Nor was the praise bestowed upon it confined ect report of Lord Brougham's conversations in Paris, which tended to weaken the effect of his rema d Brougham) frequently when he was recently in Paris.
Sumner, who had talked too freely with Walsh affair.
To Lord Morpeth. Paris, Rue De La Paix, April 12, 1839.
my dear Mo question of peace and war; and our minister at Paris, a sensible, able, and honest man, has sympath ave examined the question since I have been in Paris; and though I saw it undoubtedly through the A [9 more...]<
Chapter 19: Paris again.—March to April, 1839.—Age, 28. Changing the plan of his journey, in which a visit to Germany was to follow his visit to England, Sumner turned towards Italy, and crossed the Channel, by way of Dover and Boulogne, on the night of March 22. During four weeks in Paris, he renewed his intercourse with friends At this, or during the latter part of his previous, visit to Paris, he made the acquaintance of Alexis de Tocqueville. from whom he parted the year before; and was kindly received by Lord Granville, then British ambassador, to whom he had been commended by Lord Morpeth. He also saw much of Lord Brougham, James Watson Webb, already editor of the New York Courier and Enquirer, since Minister to Brazil, was then in Paris. He had taken much interest in the North-eastern Boundary question, and had, in elaborate articles, maintained in his journal the title of the United States to the disputed territory. He was, together with Brougham and Sumner, pr