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Chapter 6: Mr. Ticknor leaves Gottingen. Frankfort. Fr. Von Schlegel. Voss. Creuzer. arrival in Paris and residence there. A. W. Von Schlegel. Duke and Duchess de Broglie. Humboldt. Helen Maria Williams. Madame de Stael. say. Benjamin Constant. Southey. Madame Recamier. Chateaubriand. adventure with the police. Marshal Davoust. visit to Draveil. Journal. Gottingen, March 26, 1817.—Yesterday I went round and took leave of all my acquaintances and friend
ed more than any human being, except my wife.
So fresh and faithful are his feelings in his old age to the memory of that extraordinary and unfortunate woman, who has been dead nearly thirty years
Promising to return to supper, I went to see Creuzer, author of the Symbolik, etc. He is now, I should think, about fifty,—a man apparently of a strong, decided character, and perhaps not very amiable.
I found him pleasant in conversation, and much disposed to tell something of the much he knows;