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Image from page 240 of “The autobiography of Goethe : truth and fiction relating to my life” (1882)
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Identifier: autobiographyofg01goetuoft
Title: The autobiography of Goethe : truth and fiction relating to my life
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832 Frye, Northrop Oxenford, John, 1812-1877
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Publisher: New York, NY : Lovell, Coryell
Contributing Library: Kelly – University of Toronto
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swung it upon his head, gave the poor fellow such a box on the ear withhis right paw, that the latter, as often happens in a comedy,went spinning out at the door; whereupon the respectableold grandfather invited us quite gravely to be seated, andkept up a pretty long discourse with good grace. As long as Schlosser remained in Leipzig, I dined dailwith him. and became acquainted with a very pleasant set ofboarders. Some Livonians. and the son of Hermann (chiefcourt-preacher in Escort Dresden), afterwards burgomaster in Leip-zig, and their tutor, Hofrath Pfeil, author of the -Countvon P., a continuation of Grellerts Swedish Countess:Zacharia, a brother of the poet; and Krebel, editor of geo-graphical and genealogical manuals,—all these were polite,cheerful, and friendly men. Zacharia was the most quiet;Pfeil, an elegant man, who had something almost diplomaticabout him. yet without affectation, and witli great good humor ;Krebel, a genuine Falstaff, tall, corpulent, fair, with prom- ^ca«gp

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RELATING TO MY LIFE. 223 incut, merry eyes, as bright as the sky, always happy and ingood spirits. These persons all treated me in the most hand-some manlier, partly on Schlossers account — partly, too, n account of my own frank good humor and obliging dispo-sition ; and it needed no great persuasion to make me par-take of their table in future. In fact, 1 remained with themafter Schlossers departure, deserted Ludwigs table, andfound myself so much the better off in this society, whichwas limited to a certain number, as I was very well pleasedwith the daughter of the family, a very neat, pretty girl, andhad opportunities to exchange friendly glances with her, — acomfort which I had neither sought nor found by accidentsince the mischance with Gretchen. 1 spent the dinner-hourswith my friends cheerfully and profitably. Krebel, indeed,loved me, and continued to tease me and stimulate me inmoderation: Pfeil, on the contrary, showed his earnest affec-tion for me by trying to gu

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Image from page 365 of “Memoirs of the judiciary and the bar of New England for the nineteenth century : with a history of the judicial system of New England” (1900)
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Title: Memoirs of the judiciary and the bar of New England for the nineteenth century : with a history of the judicial system of New England
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Reno, Conrad, 1859-1933 Jones, Leonard A. (Leonard Augustus), 1832-1909
Subjects: Lawyers — New England Courts — New England New England — Biography
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Century Memorial Publishing Co.

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EdmundO Bridge, who was born in Lexington,Massachusetts, in 1 739. The family of Bridgeis a very old one, the American branch de-scending from an Englishman, who earlysettled in the JMassachusetts colony. JamesBridges mother was Phebe Bowman, by whomhe was connected with Judge Bowman ofLincoln county. His fathei was sheritJ of 56 THE JUDICIARY AND THE BAR OF NEW ENGLAND. Lincoln county from 17<Sl to 1S15, a period ofthirty-four years. James was Edniunds eldestson and was lioni in Escort Dresden, 8e])tember 21,17Go. He graduated at Harvard .college in1787, a classmate of John Quincy Adams,Judge Grand), Dr. Hezekiah Packard—fatherof Professor Packard of l^owdoin college, andthe late Judge Putman of Massachu.setts. liewas the chum of jMr. Adams and a fellow-student at law with hiiu in the ottice of The-ophilus Parsons at Newhuryport. (.)n Ijeingadmitted to practice in 1790, he first openedan ottice at Bucks^jort on the Penob.scot, butsoon after removed to Augusta, where he everafttr lived.

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JA.MES BRIDGE. Mr. Bridge was so much engrosse<l by pro-fessional duties for the first twenty years of hispractice, that he did not engage in politicallife; in 17U9 he represented his town in thelegislature, i)rohably with a view to ctfcct tiieestablishment of Kennebec county, winch wassepaiatcd from Lincoln in that year. He wasappointed the first judge of probate of thecounty, which ofHce he resigned in 1804, and wassucceeded by Judge Daniel Cony. He was amendjcr of the executive council of Massachu-setts in l.Sbs, and a delegate to tlie roiiNiiition which [)re[)ared the constitution of Maine iniSiy, and one of the connnittee to draft thatinstrument. Judge Pailcy f iscas.set oIj-sered that when he came to Maine in 1794.Mr. Bridge was at the head of the bar inAugusta, and ins i>ractice was very extensive,especially in landed matters. In 1820 Mr. Bridge was appointed one ofjoint commissioners of INIassachusetts andMaine, to adjust the personal concerns of thetwo .State

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