The London Saturday Review, speaking of Mr. Lowell's address at the unveiling of the bust of Fielding, says: "One reads this speech with a kind of shame in thinking that there is not probably a single English man of letters who could have delivered so good a discourse; not one scholar, poet or novelist who could stand up and speak so well, even on such a subject as Henry Fielding. Several there are no doubt who could have written as well; indeed, it is a most promising and fertile theme; but to write is English and to speak is American.
MR. LOWELL'S SPEECH.
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