urtesy wherever they are known to be such.
This I know from the testimony of very many of our countrymen, who have just returned from France and Germany.
But not only Americans, but Englishmen go every day to the Continent, without molestation.
I pray you, therefore, be perfectly easy, for I shall run no risk .... We left Liverpool on the 17th, and arrived here on the 25th, and are just settled in our respective lodgings, and ready to present our letters of introduction.
May 30.—To-day I dined at Mr. William Vaughan's, the brother of Mr. Benjamin Vaughan, of Hallowell, and of Mr. John Vaughan, of Philadelphia, and as actively kind and benevolent as either of them.
Dr. Rees, the editor of the Cyclopaedia, was there, and, though now past seventy, and oppressed with the hydrothorax, he still retains so much of the vigor and vivacity of youth, that I think he may yet live to complete the great work he has undertaken.
He is a specimen, in excellent preservation, of th