Aaron Marshall Elliott an Hugo Schuchardt (04-02731)

von Aaron Marshall Elliott

an Hugo Schuchardt


16. 10. 1885

language Englisch

Schlagwörter: Besuche bei Schuchardtlanguage Französisch (Kanada) Sulte, Benjamin

Zitiervorschlag: Aaron Marshall Elliott an Hugo Schuchardt (04-02731). Baltimore, 16. 10. 1885. Hrsg. von Silvio Moreira de Sousa (2014). In: Bernhard Hurch (Hrsg.): Hugo Schuchardt Archiv. Online unter https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:hsa.letter.1417, abgerufen am 01. 12. 2023. Handle: hdl.handle.net/11471/518.10.1.1417.


My dear Prof. Schuchardt,

Your card of Sep. 25th was duly received. Mr. Benjamin Sulte1 is an employee in one of the Canadian Goverment [sic] Bureaus, at Ottawa. He knows nothing about language, except as a general historian. He is considered one of the best young historians in Canada and is a great producer in that Department. His article2, to which you refer, is wholly unscientific and superficial. I have just begun to publish the preliminary parts of my work on Canada,3 which I shall send you as soon as they appear. I have spent a part of my summer in the maritime provinces (Cape Breton, Isle Madame & Nova Scotia) of Canada, and have collected a large amount of supplementary material on the French Acadian languages, which I propose to use in my work. |2| I was in Germany in July and expected fully to see you, but was detained at Ems4 longer than I had thought to be when I left home. I hope next summer to be able to see you somewhere over there.

Hoping you are very well, I am, as ever,

Yours very sincerely,

A. M. Elliott

1 Benjamin Sulte (1841-1923) war ein kanadischer Journalist, Schriftsteller und Historiker.

2 Gemeint ist vermutlich der folgende Artikel Sultes: Sulte, Benjamin. 1877. ‘Notre Langue‘. In Revue de Montréal I:657-668 .

3 Gemeint wird vielleicht der folgende Artikel: Elliott, A[aron] M[arshall]. 1885. ‘Contributions to a History of the French Language of Canada‘. In American Journal of Philology VI, 2: 135-150.

4 Gemeint wird Bad Ems.

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