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the little atom of a church in which he ministered; to Clarendon Park; to Wilton, the seat of the Earl of Pembroke, a most interesting place

for itself and its recollections; and lastly to Stonehenge. My second visit to the great stones after so long an interval was a strangespeech and they would have a speech, and what could I do about it? I saw but one way of pacifying a crowd as noisy and long-breathed as that

which for about the space of two hours cried out, "Great is Diana of the Ephesians!" So I stepped to the front and made a brief speech, in which,of course, I spoke of the "perfervidum ingenium Scotorum." A speech without that would have been like that "Address without a Phoenix" before

referred to. My few remarks were well received, and quieted the shouting Ephesians of the warm-brained and warm-hearted northern university. Itgave me great pleasure to meet my friend Mr. Underwood, now American consul in Glasgow, where he has made himself highly esteemed and