"In a strange land,
Kind things, however trivial, reach the heart,
And through the heart the head, clearing away
The narrow notions that grow up at home,
And in their place, grafting Good-will to All.”
BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE: JAMES MUNROE AND COMPANY. M DCCC LVI.
Obelisk of Luxor at Paris
BOSTON PUBLISHED BY JAMES MUNROE & Co. 1856
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1856, by
James Munroe and Company,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
PRINTED BY H. O. HOUGHTON AND COMPANY.
HON. S. G. GOODRICH,
WHOSE PEN HAS MADE HIM KNOWN IN MANY LANDS,
THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED,
AS A PLEASANT MEMORY OF EARLY FRIENDSHIP,
BY THE AUTHOR.
A new edition of "Pleasant Memories of Pleasant Lands" having been called for, its Publishers think proper to say, that it has had not only the careful revision of the Author, but numerous additions from her Journal, which they think will not fail to increase its interest with the public, by whom it was received with such marked favor at its first appearance.