B. S.'s essay written at age of twelve: first literary production, 15-21; Addison's remarks upon, 18; Greek and Roman idea of immortality, 20; light given by Gospel, 20, 21; Christ on, 109.
South, England's sympathy with the, 370, 386.
South Framingham, good audience at reading in, 495.
Souvenir, the, 105.
Spiritualism, Mrs. Stowe on, 350, 351, 464; Mrs. Browning on, 356; Holmes, O. W., on, 411; La Mystique and Gorres on, 412,474; Professor Stowe's strange experiences in, 420, 423; Glorence, 349; from Paris, 353; on farewell to her soldier son, 364; visit to Duchess of Argyle, 366; on her reading tour, 491; on his health and her enforced absence from him, 492; on reading, at Chelsea, 492; at Bangor and Portland, 493; at South Framingham and Haverhill, 495; Peabody, 496; fatigue at New London reading, 496; letters from to H. B. S. on visit to his relatives and description of home life, 440; to mother on reasons for leaving the West, 128; to George Eliot, 420; to son Charles,