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VI. Jamaica Plain. W. H. Channing Quando Lo raggio della grazia, onde s'accende Verace amore, e che poi cresce amando, Multiplicato in te tanto risplende, Che ti conduce su per quella scala,
ledge. Elizabeth Barrett.
I. First impressions.
It was while Margaret was residing at Jamaica Plain, in the summer of 1839, that we first really met as friends, though for several years previo n regard to this enterprise, is clearly enough shown by passages from her correspondence.
Jamaica Plain, 22d March, 1840. * * * I have a great deal written, but, as I read it over, scarce a word s shing morning, when I entered the parlor of her pleasant house, standing upon a slope beyond Jamaica Plain to the south.
She was absent at the moment, and there was opportunity to look from the wind y experience, alas!
of how many such hours.
I am reminded to-day of the autumn hours at Jamaica Plain, where, after arranging everything for others that they wanted of me, I found myself, at las