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Chapter 9: Abbotsford. Edinburgh. Maxwells of Terregles. Wordsworth and Southey. Manchester. Mr. And Mrs. Greg. Oxford. Althorp. London. return to America. Journal. April 22.—We drove to Melrose, fair Melrose, . . . . took horses and went on to Abbotsford. My feelings were hardly more changed on approaching it, from what they were when I approached it nineteen years ago, than was the place itself. We had been reading on our journey the last sad volume of Lock
sort of talk, and recollections of our meetings, . . . . and then took a cheerful leave of him and Mrs. Wordsworth, feeling that we left true friends behind us, even if we never see them again.
After passing a day or two at the Dales', near Manchester, where they were most kindly invited by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Greg, whose acquaintance they had made in Rome, Mr. and Mrs. Ticknor went on to Oxford.
May 15.—We walked about in a beautiful morning among the exquisite gardens and the grand old