During the fighting in Rome she was a true sister of charity among the wounded.
Letter June 18, 1854.
Last Monday was a white bear day for me, to be long rememberealls in the North Parish.
After returning to the South Parish I plucked up courage to call on Mrs. Stowe to whom I had been introduced two years since at Mr. Bartol's. She has purchased on the summiterent schools of the place.
But as the plan did not prosper and the building remained on hand Mrs. Stowe purchased and fitted it up as a dwelling house.
Nothing can be more massive and solid than thends their clothing while she dictates to her amanuensis.
Miss C. told us that in a day which Mrs. Stowe passed in London with her and Mrs. Follen, Mrs. F. said to her, How do you feel Mrs. Stowe, whMrs. Stowe, when the earls and dukes are soliciting the honor of touching your hand?
As if I were a great humbug!
But as I cannot hinder them there is nothing for me but to submit.
Mrs. John Brown.