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Reminiscences of Lucius Manlius Sargent : With an Appendix Containing a Genealogy of His Family, and Other Matters...
by Sheppard, John Hannibal

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The above passage occurred to the mind when about commencing the reminiscences of a late accomplished scholar and elegant writer. His cottage in the midst of a grove on Rock Hill in West Roxbury his superb library; his fine face as he pointed to favorite authors or choice specimens of art; and his peculiar and genial powers of conversation, came over the memory like a dream, as we realized that-he was no more! He has left a melancholy space in that small circle of friends which age every year inevitably contracts.

Lucius manlius sargent was descended in the fourth generation from one of the early settlers of Cape Ann. William Sargent, 2d - so called to distinguish him from an emigrant of a similar name, but in no way related, came to Gloucester about 1678, where he had a grant of two acres of land on Eastern Point, on Which he built a house. He was born in Exeter, England.

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Excerpt from Reminiscences of Lucius Manlius Sargent: With an Appendix Containing a Genealogy of His Family, and Other Matters

The above passage occurred to the mind when about commencing the reminiscences of a late accomplished scholar and elegant writer. His cottage in the midst of a grove on Rock Hill in West Roxbury his superb library; his fine face as he pointed to favorite authors or choice specimens of art; and his peculiar and genial powers of conversation, came over the memory like a dream, as we realized that-he was no more! He has left a melancholy space in that small circle of friends which age every year inevitably contracts.

Lucius manlius sargent was descended in the fourth generation from one of the early settlers of Cape Ann. William Sargent, 2d - so called to distinguish him from an emigrant of a similar name, but in no way related, came to Gloucester about 1678, where he had a grant of two acres of land on Eastern Point, on Which he built a house. He was born in Exeter, England.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781275688414
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    Notes: Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 68 p. Contains: Illustrations, black & white.