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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 1: birth, parentage, childhood (search)
, named for the General, was my junior by fifteen months, and continued to be my constant playmate until, at the proper age, he joined the others at Round Hill School. A few words regarding my mother may not here be out of place. Married at sixteen, she died at the age of twenty-seven, so beloved and mourned by all who knew her that my early years were full of the testimony borne by surviving friends to the beauty and charm of her character. She had been a pupil at the school of Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, of saintly memory, and had inherited from her own mother a taste for intellectual pursuits. She was especially fond of poetry and a few lovely poems of hers remain to show that she was no stranger to its sacred domain. One of these was printed in a periodical of her own time, and is preserved in Griswold's Female Poets of America. Another set of verses is addressed to me in the days of my babyhood. All of these bear the imprint of her deeply religious character. Mrs. Margaret
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
411. Gloucester, Duchess of, her appearance, 101. Godwin, Parke, admires Athanase Coquerel's sermon at Newport, 342. Goethe, his Faust and Wilhelm Meister, 59; Mrs. Howe's essay on his minor poems, 60; his motto, 205 Gonfalonieri, Count, an Italian patriot imprisoned at Spielberg: his life saved by his wife, 119. Goodwin, Juliet R., becomes secretary of the Town and Country Club, 406. Goodwin, Prof. William W., 402; his Latin version of the Man in the Moon, 404. Graham, Mrs., Elizabeth, school of, 5. Grant, Gen. U. S., at the ball at Mr. Healy's, 421. Graves, Rev. Mary H., takes part in the convention of women ministers, 312. Greeks, Dr. Howe's labors for, 85, 86, 313, 319. Green Peace Estate, The, 152. Green, J. R., the historian, 412. Greene, George Washington, American consul at Rome, helps Dr. Howe, 123; accompanies the Howes to the papal reception, 125. Greene, Gen., Nathanael, 7, 123. Greene, Mrs. N. R., cousin of Mrs. Howe's father, anecd