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Chapter 20: Italy.—May to September, 1839.—Age, 28. Leaving Paris April 20, and going by way of Lyons, Sumner embarked at Marseilles, M
and,—especially Lord Brougham, with whom he had passed some time in Paris.
To his brother George, Sumner wrote from Florence a long lette nspired by the memories of these days:–
Turning his back upon Paris and the greatness of the Empire, he directed his steps towards Ital ogy, by George S. Hillard, pp. 40-54. Sumner, the day he arrived in Paris, in March, 1857, sought Crawford's lodgings, which he found only af r a cafe,and you will find one or more papers by the last post from Paris.
It is the Paris press that supplies the news for the Continent; in Rome, I first learned Roman news through Paris, and I always looked to the French press for Oriental intelligence, though I was eight hundred miles nearer the source than Paris.
What do you think of Maroto?
Is he a traitor?
The Milan and Venice press are branding him with the