drama, 299, 300; his high opinion of Margaret Fuller, 300, 301; his statement of the Unitarian faith, 302; broadening effect of his studies in Germany, 303.
Hegel, the German philosopher, 209; estimates of, 210; his Aesthetik and Logik, 212.
Hell, ideas of, 62.
Hensler, Miss, Elise, sings first at Mrs. Benzon's house, 435.
Herder, works of, read, 59, 206.
Herne, Colonel, first husband of Mrs. Cutler, Mrs. Howe's grandmother, 35.
Heron, Matilda, in The World's Own, 230.
Higginson, Colonel Thomas Went worth, at the Shadrach meeting, 165; his paper Ought Women to learn the Alphabet, 232; his position on Christianity at the Radical Club, 285; at the woman suffrage meeting, 375; aids that cause, 382; at New port, 402; at a mock Commencement, 4003; becomes treasurer of the Town and Country Club, 406; at the woman's rights congress in Paris, 42
Hillard, George S., his friends and character, 169, 170.
Hillard, Kate, speaks at the Town and Country Club, 406.