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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 10: a chapter about myself (search)
Napoleonic invasion of Germany, Lieber had gone into the field, with other young men of the university. When, recovered from a severe wound, he took his place again among the students of philosophy, Hegel before beginning the day's lecture cried: Let all those fools who went out against the French depart from this class. I think that I must have had by nature an especial sensitiveness to language, as the following trifling narration will show. I was perhaps twelve years old when Rev. James Richmond, who had studied in Germany, dining at my father's house, spoke of one of his German professors who was wont, as the prelude to his exercise, to exclaim: Aus, aus, ihr Fremden. These words meant nothing to me then, but when, eight years later, I mastered the German tongue, I recalled them perfectly, and understood their meaning. One of my first efforts, after my return from Europe in 1851, was to acquaint myself with the Philosophie Positive of Auguste Comte. This was in accorda
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
14. Repeal Measures, agitation for, in Dublin, 112. Rice, A. H., governor of Massachusetts, presides at the Music Hall meeting in memory of Dr. Howe, 370. Richards, Mrs. Henry (Laura Howe), accompanies her parents to Europe, 313. Richmond, Duke of, visits Bridewell prison with the Howes, 109. Richmond, Rev., James, 200. Richmond, Va., theatre in, burned, 16; Crawford's statue of Washington for, 203. Ripley, George, his efforts at Brook Farm, 145; reviews Passion Flowers, 228;Richmond, Rev., James, 200. Richmond, Va., theatre in, burned, 16; Crawford's statue of Washington for, 203. Ripley, George, his efforts at Brook Farm, 145; reviews Passion Flowers, 228; sees the Howes and Parkers off for Cuba, 231. Ripley, Mrs. George (Sophia Dana), 296. Ripley, Mary, speaks at the woman's congress in Memphis, 389. Ristori, Mme., the actress, 264; reads Marie Stuart in Rome, 424. Ritchie, Harry, the handsome, on Gov. Andrew's staff, 266. Ritchie, Mrs., daughter of Harrison Gray Otis, 401. Rogers, Samuel, the poet, dinner at his house, 99, 100; his economical dinner, 141. Rogers, Prof. William B., vice-president of the Town and Country Clu
Runaway. --$100 reward.--Ran away from Thomas D. Neal. Danville, Va., my negro man, Morris. He is a very light mulatto, (almost white,) weighs about 150 pounds, is about five feet eight or nine inches high, and about 20 or 21 years old; has lived in Richmond three or four years. He is in all probability in Caroline county, near Hanover Court House, and I expect has forged papers. I will give the above reward if he is caught out of the corporation of Richmond, and $50 if caught in the city and delivered to Messrs. Hunt & James Richmond. jy 20--1t* D. R. Hunt.
Runaway--$100 reward. --Ran away, from Thomas D. Neal. Esq., Danville, Va., my negro man, Morris. He is a very light mulatto, (almost white,) weighs about 150 pounds, is about five feet eight or nine inches high, and about 20 or 21 years old; has lived in Richmond three or four years. He is in all probability in Caroline county, near Hanover Court House, and I expect forged papers. I will give the above reward if he is caught out of the corporation of Richmond, and $50 if caught in the city and delivered to Messrs. Hunt & James Richmond. jy 20-- 4t* H. R. Hunt.