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(LRWE 252-53) If Fuller responded by letter, it has not survived; she arrived, however, in early July and did indeed listen to Emerson read his essays.
When he heard Bull in Boston on 30 May, he wrote to Fuller about his experience, "I was very glad to hear the wonderful violinist; quite as glad to see his person & manners, of which I had heard little or nothing" (LRWE 252).
If I have expressed any opinion on this subject, it was on general grounds; I have heard too little of the experiments at your house, to entitle me to make any judgement" (LRWE 7, 588-89).