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Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1 4 0 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 40: (search)
ng-Assistant Paymaster, H. J. Bullay; Acting-Chief-Engineer, G. W. Farrer; Acting Master, Edmund Kemble; Acting-Ensigns, C. J. Hill, E. M. Seaver and Richard Wilkinson; Acting-Master's Mates, G. C. Sanborn, J. B. Tew; C. H. Thorne and J. C. Constant; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistants, W. J. Howard and J. K. Hickey; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. H. Mathews, J. R. Peterson, E. Prest, E. E. Porter and Fred'k Fries; Acting Gunner, Joseph Furlong. Ordnance store-ship St. Lawrence. Commander, Dominick Lynch; Acting-Master, E. S. Goodwin; Acting-Ensigns, Robert Merchant, Alonzo Small and C. E. Buck; Acting-Master's Mates, Thomas Welsh, W. S. Cammett and E. M. Hemnsley; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, J. E. Warner; Acting--Assistant Paymaster, W. Goldsborough; Acting-Gunner, W. E. Webber. Steamer Keystone State. Commander, Edward Donaldson; Lieutenant, J. P. Robertson; Acting-Masters, C. H. Corser, L. E. Degn and W. T. Buck; Acting-Ensigns, C. M. Bird and J. C. Murphy; Acting-Master's M
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
D. Sigsbee; Acting-Ensign, C. H. Littlefield; Acting-Master's Mates, Thos. Stanfield, J. W. De-Camp and R. H. Taylor; Engineers: Chief, Mortimer Kellogg; Second-Assistants, W. H. G. West, Thos. Lynch, G. E. Tower and J. A. Bullard; Acting-Second-Assistant, R. D. Giberson; Acting-Third-Assistants, John Matthews, H. H. Arthur and Timothy Flanders; Boatswain, Robert McDonald; Acting-Gunner, John Quevedo; Carpenter, R. G. Thomas; Sailmaker, D. C. Brayton. Ordnance-ship St. Lawrence. Commander, D. Lynch; Acting-Master, G. W. Caswell; Acting-Ensigns, F. Hopkins, Wm. Chandler, Thomas Welsh and Aug. Dame; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, M. C. Drennan; Assistant Paymaster, W. Goldsborough; Acting-Master's Mates, G. E. Chipman and T. B. Seavey; Gunner, John Webber. *Tuscarora--Third-rate. Commander, James M. Frailey; Lieutenant-Commander, Weld N. Allen; Surgeon, John Y. Taylor; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. J. Painter; Acting-Master, Alex. Tillinghast; Acting-Ensigns, S. L. Griffin, C. H
Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1, Chapter 14: the sundown splendid and serene 1906-1907; aet. 87-88 (search)
wered. I have lived to see my dear girl again. ... I give thanks earnestly and heartily, but seem for a time paralyzed by her presence. With the early autumn came a great pleasure in a visit to the new Green Peace, the house which her son had built at Bedford Hills, New York. She was delighted with the house and garden; the Journal tells of all manner of pleasant gayeties. September 12. Fannie had a luncheon party even pleasanter than yesterday's. Rev. Mr. Luquer is a grandson of Dominick Lynch, who used to come to my father's house in my childhood and break my heart by singing Lord Ullin's Daughter. I remember creeping under the piano once to hide my tears. He sang all the Moore melodies with great expression.... This, his descendant, looks a good deal like him. Was bred a lawyer. My good Uncle Cutler twice asked him whether he would study for the ministry. He said, No. My uncle said the second time, What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own s
, 71, 74, 76, 77, 138, 148, 159, 160, 262, 380; II, 63, 74, 125, 167, 196, 304, 356. Letter of, I, 76. Longfellow, Wadsworth, II, 359. Longy, M., II, 330. Lorne, see Argyll, ninth duke of. Loud, J. M., II, 358, 368. Loudon, John, II, 244. Louis XVI, I, 7, 8. Louisville, I, 169. Louvre, I, 7. Love, Alfred, I, 304. Low, Seth, II, 381. Lowell, J. R., I, 156, 210, 262; II, 63, 171, 187. Letter of, II, 149. Loyson, M., II, 249. Luquer, Mr., II, 364. Lynch, Dominick, II, 364. Lyons, I, 191. Mabilleau, M., II, 314. McAllister, Julia, II, 34. McAllister, Louisa, I, 42, 158, 230. McAllister, M. H., I, 42. McAlvin, Miss, II, 194. McCabe, C. C., I, 188, 189. McCarthy, Frank, II, 61, 62. McCarthy, Justin, II, 8. McCarthy, Mrs., Justin, II, 5. McCready, Tom, II, 295. McCreary, Mrs., II, 250. McDonald, Alexander, I, 167. McGregor, Fanny, I, 201. Machiavelli, Niccolo, I, 275. McKaye, Baron, I, 258, 267. McK
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 2: literary New York (search)
s in those days looked upon Harvard as a Unitarian institution, and shunned its influence for their sons. The venerable Lorenzo Da Ponte was for many years a resident of New York, and a teacher of the Italian language and literature. When Dominick Lynch introduced the first opera troupe to the New York public, sometime in the twenties, the audience must surely have comprised some of the old man's pupils, well versed in the language of the librettos. In earlier life, he had furnished the text of several of Mozart's operas, among them Don Giovanni and Le Nozze di Figaro. Dominick Lynch, whom I have just mentioned, was an enthusiastic lover of music. His visits to my father's house were occasions of delight to me. He was without a rival as an interpreter of ballads, and especially of the songs of Thomas Moore. His voice, though not powerful, was clear and musical, and his touch on the pianoforte was perfect. I remember creeping under the instrument to hide my tears when I heard
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
Institution, 81, 82; his translations, 147. Longfellow, Rev., Samuel, ordained, 292; his character and convictions: hymns, 293; his essay on Law before the Radical Club, 294. Loring, Judge, denounced by Theodore Parker, 164. Lothrop, Rev. Samuel K., attends Mrs. Howe's parlor lectures, 306; requests her to prolong the course, 308. Lucas, Mrs., Margaret, assists Mrs. Howe in her woman's peace movement, 341. Lucia di Lammermoor, 104. Luther, Dr. Hedge's essay on, 301. Lynch, Dominick, introduces the first opera troupe to New York, 24. Lyons, Richard, Lord, British minister at Washington, 309. Machi, Padre, visits the catacombs with the Howes, 128. Mackintosh, Robert James, calls on Mrs. Jameson, 42. Maclaren, Mrs., assists Mrs. Howe in her peace movement, 341. Maclise, Daniel, the painter, 110 MacMahon, Marshal, his reception to Gen. and Mrs. Grant, 421. Macready, William Charles, the actor, 104. Mailliard, Adolph, 200. Mailliard, Mrs. Adolp