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1867 to 1870.
letters to Sir E. Head, Hon. E. Twisleton, Sir Walter Trevelyan, the King of Saxony, G. T. Curtis, General Thayer.
To Sir Edmund Head, London. Boston, February 21, 1867.
laimed, and apparently won, the place.
Is he obliged to reside?
To his Majesty John, King of Saxony. Boston, U. S. A., September 6, 1867.
Sire,—The political condition of the world, on both si-day.
Look out, therefore, for tomorrow.
Yours from 1804-5, Geo. Ticknor.
To the King of Saxony. Boston, U. S. A., September 29, 1870.
Sire,—Your Majesty is called to great private sufferiome true, more, probably, false.
Still, whatever we hear, be assured that we are interested for Saxony, that we always desire your welfare, your success, your honor, and that we can never cease to synd affectionately,
Your friend and servant, George Ticknor.
From his Majesty, the King of Saxony. Wesenstein, the 17 October, 1870.
dear Sir,—I have received, some days ago, your letter of <