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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 7: marriage: tour in Europe (search)
after reaching London for the second time, we were invited to visit Dr. and Mrs. Fowler at Salisbury. The doctor was much interested in anthropology and kindred to little or no population, had yet the right to be represented in Parliament. Dr. Fowler was familiar with the ancient history of the place, which, as we saw it, cont me his arm and conducted me to the table, where he seated me on his right. Mrs. Fowler afterwards remarked to me, How charming it was of the bishop to take you in have no rank, and are therefore exempt from all questions of precedence. Mrs. Fowler once described to me an intimate little dinner with the poet Rogers, for whime amusement from this unnecessary economy. We left Salisbury with regret, Dr. Fowler giving Dr. Howe a parting injunction to visit Rotherhithe workhouse, where heeaf, and crippled. My husband made this visit, and wrote an account of it to Dr. Fowler. This old woman was one of a number of trebly-afflicted persons—deaf, dumb
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
he Radical Club, 290; at Newport, 402. Fields, James T., 228. Finotti, Father, 263, 264. Fitzmaurice, Lady, Louisa, daughter of the Marquis of Lansdowne, 103. Fletcher, Alice, prominent at the woman's congress, 386. Follen, Dr., Karl, 22. Foresti, Felice, an Italian patriot, 120; reads Dante with Mrs. Howe, 206. Forks, three-pronged steel, in general use, 30. Fornasari, an opera singer, 104. Forster, John, at Charles Dickens's dinner: invites the Howes to dine, 110 Fowler, Dr. and Mrs., their courtesy to the Howes, 139-141. Francis, Dr. John W., accompanies Mrs. Ward to Niagara, 8; becomes a member of the Ward household, 12; his appearance, 36; his humor, 37; his habits, 38; his introduction of Edgar Allan Poe, 39. Francis, Mrs. John W. (Eliza Cutler), takes charge of the Ward family at her sister's death, 11, 12; dances in stocking-feet at her sister's wedding, 34; her kindness, 38; her hospitality, 39. Francois, a colored man in Santo Domingo, invite