ading old, 507.
Lewes, G. H., George Eliot's letter after death of, 483.
Lewes, Mrs. G. H. See Eliot, George, 325.
Library of Famous Fiction, date of, 491.
Liberator, The, 261; and Bible, 263; suspended after the close of civil war, 396.
Lincoln and slavery, 380; death of, 398.
Lind, Jenny, liberality of, 181; H. B. S. attends concert by, 182; letter to H. B. S. from, on her delight in Uncle Tom's Cabin, 183; letters from H. B. S. to, with appeal for slaves, 183, 184.
Litchfield, birthplace of H. B. S., 1; end of her child-life in, 21; home at broken up, 35.
Literary labors, early, 15-21 ; prize story, 68; club essays, 69-71; contributor to Western monthly magazine, 81; school geography, 65; described in letter to a friend, 94; price for, 103; fatigue caused by, 489; length of time passed in, with list of books written, 490.
Literary work versus domestic duties, 94 et seq., 139; short stories--New year's story for N. Y. Evangelist, 146; A scholar's adventure