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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3, Chapter 41: search for health.—journey to Europe.—continued disability.—1857-1858. (search)
ndertook to vindicate slavery in a manner very ennuyeuse, while the company held down their heads. May 5. Breakfasted at Madame Mohl's. Among the guests were Mrs. Stowe and Mr. Senior. Went to the Corps Legislatif, where, through the kindness of Comte de Kergorlay, I was accommodated with a seat in one of the tribunes. A membs time or in 1858-1859. He introduced, October, 1871, the younger Coquerel to an audience in Boston. Works, vol. XIV. pp. 311-312. the eloquent preacher, and Mrs. Stowe. May 13. Visited the Institution des Jeunes Aveugles. Went to St. Germain, the old retreat of the Stuarts, enjoyed the view from the terrace, and dined witwith gratitude for your long life filled with laborious studies and inspired by the noblest sentiments. From Mayence he descended the Rhine to Cologne, with Dr. C. E. Stowe and family as fellow-passengers. Then followed a brief excursion to Holland and Belgium, including glimpses of Amsterdam, the Hague, Delft (two churches with
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