Teresa, party for, at Secretary Chase's house, 309.
Cass, Lewis, charge d'affaires in the Papal States, 196.
Castiglia, an Italian patriot, 120.
Castle Garden, 4.
Cerito, her dancing, 104.
Chace, Mrs. Elizabeth B., 339.
Channing, William Ellery, sermon by, 144; bells tolled in a Roman Catholic
Cathedral during the funeral of, 416.
Channing, William Ellery, the younger, 370.
Channing, William Henry, his ministry in Washington in war time, 270; in the Radical Club, 286;Channing, William Ellery, the younger, 370.
Channing, William Henry, his ministry in Washington in war time, 270; in the Radical Club, 286; his attitude in that organization, 287-289; introduces Mrs. Howe at her Washington lecture, 309; aids her woman's peace crusade movement, 330.
Chapman, Mrs., Maria Weston, a leading abolitionist, 153; at an abolition meeting, 156; acts as body-guard to Wendell Phillips, 157.
Charnaud, Monsieur, his dancing classes, 19.
Chase, Hon. Salmon P., 225; his courtesy to Mrs. Howe, 308, 309.
Chasles, Philarete, his disparaging lecture on American literature, 134.
Chateaubriand, his Atala
igious hatred and intolerance, which on the one hand prompted the gunpowder plot, and which on the other has ever since made it the occasion of reproach and persecution of an entire sect of professing Christians, may be no longer perpetuated.
In the matter of exclusiveness and intolerance, none of the older sects can safely reproach each other; and it becomes all to hope and labor for the coming of that day when the hymns of Cowper and the Confessions of Augustine, the humane philosophy of Channing and the devout meditations of Thomas à Kempis, the simple essays of Woolman and the glowing periods of Bossuet, shall be regarded as the offspring of one spirit and one faith,–lights of a common altar, and precious stones in the temple of the one universal Church.
The boy captives
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y Convention of 1833, The, VII. 171.
Ashley, Lord, and the Thieves, VII. 221.
Baxter, Richard, VI. 146.
Beautiful, The, v. 412.
Better Land, The, VII. 280.
Bible and Slavery, The, VII. 96.
Black Men in the Revolution and War of 1812, The, VI. 406.
Blind, Reading for the, VII. 236.
Border War of 1708, The, VI. 368.
Boy Captives, The, VI. 395.
Bunyan, John, VI. 9.
Carlyle, Thomas, on the Slave-Question, VII. 133.
Censure of Sumner, The, VII. 167.
Channing, William Ellery, VI. 283.
Chapter of History, A, VII. 120.
Charms and Fairy Faith, v. 385.
Child, Lydia Maria, VI. 286.
City of a Day, The, v. 351.
David Matson, v. 314.
Death of President Garfield, VI. 284.
Democracy and Slavery, VII. 108.
Dinsmore, Robert, VI. 247.
Dumb Relations, Our, VII. 242.
Ellwood, Thomas, VI. 37.
Endicott, Governor, VI. 434.
England under James II., VI. 348.
Evangeline, VII. 365.
Everett, Edward, VI. 274.
Fame and Glory, VII. 38