74; longings for, 482; her enjoyment of happy life of the freedmen in, 506.
Flowers, love of, 405, 406, 416, 469; painting, 469.
Follen, Mrs., 197; letter from H. B. S. to, on her biography, 197.
Foote, Harriet, aunt of H. B. S., 5; energetic English character, 6; teaches niece catechism, 6, 7.
Foote, Mrs., Roxanna, grandmother of H. B. S., first visit to, 5-7; visit to in 1827, 38.
Footfalls on the Boundary of another world, 464.
Footsteps of the master, published, 491.
Fraser's magazine on Uncle Tom's Cabin, 168; Helps's review of Uncle Tom's Cabin, 175.
Free Agency, Catherine Beecher's refutation of Edwards on The will, 26.
French critics, high standing of, 291.
Friends, love for, 51; death of, 410; death of old, whose letters are cherished, 508; death of, takes away a part of ourselves, 485.
Friendship, opinion of, 50.
Fugitive Slave Act, suffering caused by, 144; Prof. Cairnes on, 146; practically repealed, 384.
Future life, glimpses of, leav