Lunt, S. H., 429, 473
Lurvey, J. T., 312
Luscomb, C. P., 92
Luscomb, J. W., 92
Luther, J. H., 499
Lyle, J. M., 312
Lyman, G. H., 429, 605
Lyman, J. A., 312
Lyman, Justus, 312
Lyman, Luke, 188, 220, 429, 539
Lyman, T. P., 312
Lyman, Theodore, 220, 429, 676
Lynch, J. A., 220, 312, 540
Lynde, L. F., 312
Lyng, Dennis, 94
Lyon, C. P., 312
Lyon, G. P., 312
Lyon, H. W., 162
Lyon, I. S., 429, 478
Lyon, J. M., 312
Lyons, D. E., 94
Lyons, H. M., 312
Lyons, L. J., 94
Lyons, Richard, 94
McAllister, Isaac, 98
McAlpine, W. T., 313
McArdle, James, 313
McArthur, Arthur, Jr., 429, 473, 499, 540
McAuliffe, Frank, 473, 492
McCabe, Stephen, 313
McCafferty, J. E., 313
McCafferty, M. J., 220
McCallum, James, 313
McCart, Joseph, 98
McCarter, J. G., 313
McCarthy, Cornelius, 313
McCartney, Timothy, 220, 313, 540
McCartney, W. H., 313
McCarty, Maurice, 98
McCurty, Timothy, 313
McCarty, William, 313
McClear, S. F., 313
McCleary, Andrew, 98
mayor of that city seemed to give an earnest of what we might expect from him. He requested that the bodies of our soldiers who had fallen in the streets should be tenderly cared for, and sent to their State, Massachusetts.
We were present when these bodies were received at King's Chapel burial-ground, and could easily see how deeply the governor was moved at the sad sight of the coffins draped with the national flag.
This occasion drew from me the poem beginning,— Weave no more silks, ye Lyons looms, To deck our girls for gay delights: The crimson flower of battle blooms, And solemn marches fill the nights.
When James Freeman Clarke's exchanging pulpits with Theodore Parker alienated from him a part of his congregation, Governor Andrew strongly opposed the views of the seceders, and at a meeting called in connection with the movement made so eloquent a plea against the separation as to move his hearers to tears.
Very generous was his conduct in the case of John Brown, when
l, 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. Adolph (Annie Ward), sister of Mrs. Howe: accompanies her to Europe, 88; din
ave of Wm. Kranty, Loudoun co.
Nathan, slave of Chas Berley, Loudoun co.
Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut.
Leans Johnson, woman, slave of Mrs M Howard, Fairfax co.
Wm Norris, slave of Robt Allison, Fairfax co.
Wm Hensby, free, Annapolis, Md.
Robert--, free, Maryland.
L Hawkins, slave of John Mitchell, Maryland
R. B. Wilson, free, Ohio.
Wm. Jos Burk, free, boy, New York.
Wm. H. Richards, free, Baltimore.
Jno Cox, slave of Richard Lyons, King and Queen co.
Chas Montgomery, free, D. C.
Reed Harrison, free, Prince William co, Va.
Thos Jackson, free, New York State.
Carter Freeman, slave of John Wood, Fauquier co. Va.
Jas Barns, free, Pennsylvania.
Chas Boswell, slave of Wm. Davis, Prince William co. Va.
Richmond Roane, slave of Dr. Fontleroy, Hanover
Dan, slave of Samuel Humphreys, Stafford co, Va.
Alex Johnson, free, New York.
Mary Cook, slave of Mrs. Randolph, Fredericks