Banneker, Benjamin, 184.
Beecher, Henry Ward, magnetic power of, 193; defends the Chinese, 251.
Beethoven's music contrasted with Mendelssohn's, 76.
Benson, Edmund, 89.
Berrien, John McP., U. S. Senator, anecdote of, 179.
Bettine and Goethe, 50, 51.
Bible, anti-slavery texts from, 123-125.
Bishop, Madame Anna, 140.
Bleby, Rev., Henry, 134.
Boston Athenaeum, privileges of, given to, and withdrawn from, Mrs. Child, 195, 264.
Boutwell, George S , speech of, 168.
Bremer,ef in continued existence, 254; his influence on Mrs. Child's life, 255.
Gay, Mrs. S. II., 177.
Gibbons, James S., house of, gutted by rioters, 178.
Giles, Governor, message of, to Virginia Legislature, 132.
Goethe and Bettine, 50, 51,
Grant's (President U. S.) election, 199; reelection, 213; his Indian policy, 220.
Griffith, Miss, Mattie, emancipates her slaves, 89-91; her Autobiography of a female slave, 90, 132.
Grimke, Angelina, addresses a com