tt on, 311; Lowell on, 334; now Nina Gordon, publication of, 490.
Dudevant, Madame. See Sand, George.
Dufferin, Lord and Lady, their love of American literature, 284, 285.
Dundee, meeting at, 222.
Dunrobin Castle, visit to, 276.
E—, letter from H. B. S. to, on breakfast at the Trevelyans', 234.
Earthly care a Heavenly discipline, 131.
East Hampton, L. I., birthplace of Catherine Beecher, 23.
Eastman, Mrs., writes a Southern reply to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 163.
Edgeworth, Maria, 247.
Edinburgh, H. B. S. in, 216; return to, 222.
Edmonson slave family; efforts to save, 179; Mrs. Stowe educates and supports daughters, 179; raises money to free mother and two slave children, 180.
Edmonson, death of Mary, 238.
Education, H. B. S.'s interest in, 72, 73.
Edwards, Jonathan, the power of, 406; his treatise on The will, refuted by Catherine Beecher, 26.
Eliot, George, 419; a good Christian, 420; on psychical problems, 421; on Oldtown folks, 443; her desp