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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Women and Men, chapter 42 (search)
XLII. city and country living. The newspapers are circulating a curious statement by Mr. Grant Allen--who is understood to be a Canadian by birth and an Englishman by residence — to the effect that Americans do not like country life, and that those who are able to do so flee from the rural regions as if there were a pestilence there. This is a curious caricature of the real facts-almost as curious as when the same writer finds something melancholy in the dandelions and violets, the astea, the newspapers tell us, anxiety is felt at the tendency of the former serfs to abandon their lands, and congregate around larger employers of labor or else in cities. But the true solution of the matter appears to lie in a direction where Mr. Allen, perhaps from having made too rapid a trip through the States, has failed to find it. In the older parts of the American Union, side by side with the abandonment of the rural regions as the sole or permanent residence, has come up an enormous i
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Women and Men, Index. (search)
Index. (Titles of chapters are given in capital letters.) A. Abbott, H. C. De S., 286. Academy, French, originated with women, 86. Accomplisiments, marketable, 60. Adam, 7. Adams, Abigail, 114. Adams, John, 114. Aeschylus, 44. Agassiz, Louis, 96. Alcinous, 9, 11. Alice in Wonderland quoted, 132; In the looking-glass, 192. Allen, Ethan, quoted, 303. Allen, Grant, quoted, 212. Alumni, Society of Collegiate, 232, 235. American love of home, 281. Ampere, J. J., 248. Andersen, H. C., 265. Andrew, J. A., 38. Anglomania, 22. Aphrodite, 2. Apollo, Phoebus, 44, 47. Appleton, T. G., 22. Arab festivals, 226. Arnold, Matthew, quoted, 130. Also 133, 140, 248. Artemis, 2. Aryan race, traditions of the, 46. Astell, Mary, quoted, 89. Athena, 45. Audrey, 102. Auerbach, Berthold, quoted, 14. aunts, maiden, 38. Austen, Jane, quoted, 113. Also 156, 157, 160, 194. Authorship, difficulties of, 151, 202. B. Babi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
Anderson, Jno. E., Assistant-Surgeon, Dec. 31, ‘62, 1st Tennessee Regiment. Allen, T. A., Surgeon, rejected by Board Dec. 8, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, 4th Tennessee Cavalry. Dropped from the Rolls by order of Secretary of War. Allen, Thos. W., Surgeon, com'd to rank June 10, ‘62. Feb. 28, ‘63, 2d Kentucky Cavalry, Senior Sutract $80, made by J. P. Logan, August 12, ‘62, closed Dec. 13, ‘62. Bruce, Allen A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War, Dec. 4, ‘62, to rank fromOct. 7, ‘62, reported to General Bragg. July I, ‘63, Ring- Gold, Ga. Gooch, Allen G., Assistant Surgeon. Passed Board Nov. 24, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, 3d Tennessee Cort to Medical-Director for duty, Feb. 29, 1st Confederate Cavalry. Hogg, Grant Allen, contract. Contract with Chief Surgeon R. L. Butt, Mar. 10, ‘63. May 31, ‘6ard Dec. 9, ‘62. Dec. 1831 ‘62, 8th Confederate, Senior Surgeon of 1st Brigade (Allen's), Feb. 12, ‘63, assigned by Surgeon S. H. Stout to
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
hief of Police, who rode with fitting grace a beautiful sorrel charger. He had with him two squadrons of his faithful officers. The first was under command of Captain James B. Angle, with Sergeants Cosby, Brooks, and Acting-Seargents Talley and Allen, while Captain E. J. Hulce, with Seargents Epps and Thomas, directed the movements of the second part. In all there were forty police in line. Zzzthe children's Division. Following the police and just preceding the children, was the Eagle n; ninety-four men in line, including the drum-corps. Company E, the Lynchburg Home Guard, Captain Frank Scruggs and Lieutenants Seaberry and Faulkner; forty men. Company C, the Farmville Guard, Captain J. R. Martin and Lieutenants Elam and Allen; forty-one men. Company G, of Petersburg, Captain T. F. Heath and Lieutenants Weddell and Barnes; twenty-eight men. The First Regiment occupied the next position in line. Colonel Henry C. Jones and staff were at its head. Preceded by the