The Letters of William Cullen Bryant - Vol. 1

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In 1835-1836 the poet John Pierpont was visiting Europe in the hope of improving his health.
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"My dear little Julia. Be good, and obedient to your mother, and agreeable with everybody. I hope that your mother will tell me good things of you in her letters."
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Identified in Crowninshield, Diary, p. 223n, as "an Englishman living in Heidelberg with his wife and daughters." Here he is called "Dr. Stuart," perhaps in confusion with the name of Dr. G. Verryn Stuart, who treated Mary Longfellow at Amsterdam. See ibid., p. 135.

313. To Frances F. Bryant

New York April 1 1836

My dear Frances.

I have made it my first duty on my arrival here to make arrangements for your comfort in Europe. I find that $500-- had been remitted to Welles & Co. while I was on my way to America. This with the $500 which I now send by the first packet that sails since my arrival will give you a balance of four thousand francs, that is, nearly eight hundred dollars and not far short of two thousand florins, subject to your disposition. I have written to Messrs. Welles & Co. to honour any drafts which you might make payable to the brothers Zimmern, and to pay you the balaiace on your arrival at Paris. 1 If you should want letters of credit on any place to which you may go-write them to that effect. Cut off the receipt above and preserve it with the other which you have. 2 In case of any mistake it may be necessary to show it to Welles & Co.--

I arrived here on the evening of the 26th of March after a passage of 50 days. I was detained five days at Havre waiting for a fair wind. We got out of the harbour at last but the wind which at first was favorable soon chopped about and blew in our faces for five days more, when, the gale increasing, the Captain ran into Plymouth Harbour. The entrance of this hiarbour is quite narrow and it is impossible to get out of it without a very favorable wind which did not arrive until seven days afterwards. I went on shore twice. Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport, three towns lying close to each other and containing about a hundred thousand inhabitants, are beautifully situated at the mouths of the rivers Plym and Tamar. The shores are bold and varied. Mount Edgecombe a nobleman's seat covered with fine trees, overlooks the water and a beautiful [basin] beside the Navy Yard at Devonport at the mouth of the river Tamar is filled with vessels of the British navy. Plymouth is talked of for its handsome women, but I saw nothing remarkable in the way of female beauty --I only took notice that all the women walked with remarkably swift and long strides and that many of them had red noses. From Plymouth to New York we had a rough passage during which I was sick the reater part of the time. I found myself the better however for keeping as much as possible on deck, and eating as much as I was able at dinner. In this way I kept up my strength and did not become, much thinner on the voyage.

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The Letters of William Cullen Bryant - Vol. 1
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Key to Manuscript Sources Often Cited in FootNotes vi
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Editorial Plan 4
  • Bryant Chronology 1794-1836 6
  • Bryant''s Correspondents 1809-1836 9
  • I- Student of Life and the Law 1809-1815 (letters 1 To 33) 17
  • 2- To Austin Bryant 20
  • 2- To Austin Bryant 21
  • 2- To Austin Bryant 23
  • 5- To John Avery 25
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 27
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 28
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 30
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 31
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 32
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 33
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 35
  • 6- To Jacob Porter 36
  • 14- To William Baylies 38
  • 15- To Peter Bryant 39
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 41
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 42
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 43
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 44
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 45
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 46
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 47
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 48
  • 16- To Elisha Hubbard 49
  • 25- To Austin Bryant 50
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 52
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 53
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 54
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 56
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 57
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 58
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 59
  • 26- To Peter Bryant 60
  • II- Following Two Professions 1816-1821 (letters 34 To 80) 62
  • 35- To William Baylies 65
  • 35- To William Baylies 66
  • 35- To William Baylies 67
  • 35- To William Baylies 68
  • 39- To Peter Bryant 70
  • 40- To William Baylies 71
  • 41- To Peter Bryant 72
  • 42- To Miss Sarah S. Bryant 72
  • 43- To Frances Fairchild 74
  • 44- To Willard Phillips 75
  • 44- To Willard Phillips 76
  • 44- To Willard Phillips 77
  • 44- To Willard Phillips 78
  • 48- To Peter Bryant 80
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 81
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 82
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 83
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 84
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 86
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 88
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 89
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 90
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 92
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 93
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 94
  • 49- To Willard Phillips 94
  • 63- To Henry D. Sewall 96
  • 64- To Mrs. Sarah S. Bryant 97
  • 65- To Miss Sarah S. Bryant 98
  • 66- To Henry D. Sewall 102
  • 67- To Miss Sarah S. Bryant 103
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 103
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 104
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 105
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 106
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 107
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 110
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 110
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 112
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 113
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 113
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 114
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 116
  • 68- To.William J. Spooner 117
  • III- The Roads Diverge 1822-1825 (letters 81 To 127) 121
  • 82- To Richard H. Dana 124
  • 82- To Richard H. Dana 126
  • 82- To Richard H. Dana 128
  • 82- To Richard H. Dana 131
  • 82- To Richard H. Dana 133
  • 87- To Charles Sedgwick and Others 136
  • 88- To Charles Sedgwick 136
  • 89- To Charles Webster, Editor, Berkshire Star 138
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 141
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 146
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 147
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 148
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 149
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 151
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 152
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 153
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 153
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 154
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 155
  • 90- To Andrews Norton 156
  • 103- To Richard H. Dana 157
  • 104- To Charles Sedgwick 159
  • 105- To Willard Phillips 160
  • 105- To Willard Phillips 161
  • 105- To Willard Phillips 162
  • 105- To Willard Phillips 162
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  • 105- To Willard Phillips 164
  • 105- To Willard Phillips 165
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  • 113- To Jared Sparks 166
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 166
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 167
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 168
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 169
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 170
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 171
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 171
  • 114- To Charles Sedgwick 172
  • 122- To Frances F. Bryant 173
  • 123- To Frances F. Bryant 174
  • 123- To Frances F. Bryant 175
  • 123- To Frances F. Bryant 175
  • 123- To Frances F. Bryant 177
  • 127- To Frances F. Bryant 179
  • IV- Sitting in Judgment 1825-1827 (letters 128 To 194) 181
  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 184
  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 185
  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 186
  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 188
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  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 226
  • 129- To Richard H. Dana 227
  • 161- To Charles Folsom 229
  • 162- To Charles Folsom 229
  • 162- To Charles Folsom 230
  • 162- To Charles Folsom 231
  • 162- To Charles Folsom 231
  • 66.To Charles Folsom 234
  • 167- To Charles Folsom 238
  • 168- To Charles Folsom 238
  • 169- To Charles Folsom 238
  • 169- To Charles Folsom 239
  • 169- To Charles Folsom 239
  • 169- To Charles Folsom 240
  • 173- To Richard H. Dana 241
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 242
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 243
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 244
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 244
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 245
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 246
  • 174- To Charles Folsom 247
  • 181- To Charles Folsom 249
  • 182- To Frances F. Bryant 249
  • 183- To Richard H. Dana 250
  • 184- To Charles Folsom 251
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 251
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 252
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 252
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 253
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 253
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 254
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 255
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 255
  • 185- To Frances F. Bryant 256
  • V- Fellow in the Arts 1828-1831 (letters 195 To 222) 260
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 263
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 265
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 265
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 267
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  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 273
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 275
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 277
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 279
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  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 282
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  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 289
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  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 293
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 294
  • 196- To Gulian C. Verplanck 295
  • 221- To Mrs. Sarah S. Bryant 297
  • 222- To the Readers of the Evening Post 299
  • VI- Journalist, Poet, Traveler 1831-1834 (letters 223 To 287) 304
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 307
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 308
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 309
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 310
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 311
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 311
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 313
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 315
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 317
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 319
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 321
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  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 326
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 327
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  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 328
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 329
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 333
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 336
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 341
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 345
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 350
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 355
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 359
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 361
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 362
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 364
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 364
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 365
  • 224- To Frances F. Bryant 365
  • 256- To Gulian C. Verplanck 367
  • 257- To Gulian C. Verplanck 367
  • 257- To Gulian C. Verplanck 368
  • 257- To Gulian C. Verplanck 369
  • 260- To Mrs. Sarah S. Bryant 370
  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 373
  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 374
  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 375
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  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 376
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  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 379
  • 261- To Gulian C. Verplanck 380
  • 269- To Richard H. Dana 382
  • 270- To Richard H. Dana 383
  • 271- To Richard H. Dana 384
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 386
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 389
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 389
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 391
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 391
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 393
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 394
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  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 403
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 404
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 404
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 406
  • 272- To John Howard Bryant 407
  • VII- Proud Old World 1834-1836 (letters 288 To 314) 409
  • 289- To John Rand 413
  • 289- To John Rand 415
  • 289- To John Rand 418
  • 289- To John Rand 419
  • 289- To John Rand 423
  • 289- To John Rand 427
  • 289- To John Rand 428
  • 289- To John Rand 430
  • 289- To John Rand 433
  • 289- To John Rand 435
  • 289- To John Rand 439
  • 289- To John Rand 442
  • 289- To John Rand 445
  • 289- To John Rand 446
  • 289- To John Rand 449
  • 304- To William Leggett 451
  • 305- To Susan Renner 457
  • 306- To Julia Sands 460
  • 307- To William Ware 465
  • 308- To William Leggett 472
  • 309- To Susan Renner 473
  • 309- To Susan Renner 475
  • 309- To Susan Renner 477
  • 309- To Susan Renner 479
  • 309- To Susan Renner 483
  • 309- To Susan Renner 485
  • Abbreviations and Short Titles 487
  • Index 491
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