st in the water to receive her.
Amid such scenes of peril Miss Susanna Haswell was introduced to our American shores.
On the day succeeding the shipwreck at Lovell's Island, Lieutenant Haswell and his little daughter reached their home at Nantasket, a large one-story wooden buildanding in 1870, styled the Parsonage.
It was in this house that Miss Haswell passed the days of her girlhood.
Here her mind received its shashells and flowers, of which she was most passionately fond.
Lieutenant Haswell was a man of liberal culture; his library was for the time ent by cartel to Halifax, from whence they embarked for England.
Miss Haswell thus refers to their departure.
I will not attempt to describe wn to breakfast, Mrs. Rowson presiding at the head of one table, Mrs. Haswell, or an assistant, occupying the corresponding seat at the head oar and wide, for not only had the preceptress in her youth, as Susanna Haswell, been governess to the children of the beautiful Georgiana, du