Abdy, Edward S., Mrs. Child's letters to, VIII.
Adams, John Quincy, indebted to Mr. Child for facts on the Texas question, VIII.; maintains the right to proclaim emancipation in war time, 151.
Adams, Samuel, Miss Whitney's statue of, 257.
Advertisements of fugitive slaves, 128, 129.
Alcott, A. Bronson, and family, 239.
Allen, Mr., of Alabama, testifies to horrors of slavery, 131.
Allyn, Rev. Dr., letter to, 9.
American Anti-Slavery Society, formation of, V 207.
Swedenborg and the New Church, 20（2.
Swedenborg's key of correspondences 75.
Taine's (H. A.) papers on art 200.
Tappan, Arthur, threatened with assassination, 15.
Taylor, Father, anecdote of, 213.
Texas question, J. Q. Adams's speeches on, VIII.
The rebels; a Tale of the Revolution, VII.
The right way the Safe way, by Mrs. Child, 192.
The world that I am passing through, by Mrs. Child, x.
Thirteenth Amendment to U. S. Constitution, passage of, 188.