's first story, VII.
Hopper, Isaac T., 43; Mrs. Child's Life of, XIII.
Hosmer, Harriet, 68.
Hovey, Charles F., 82.
Indians, treatment of the, 218-220.
Jack, Captain, the Modoc chief, 220.
Jackson, General, Andrew, and the Seminole War, 219.
Jackson, Francis, 260.
Jay, John, 188.
Jefferson, Thomas, testimony of against slavery, 133.
John Brent, by Theodore Winthrop, 164.
John Brown Song, the, 157.
Johnson, Andrew, speech of, at Nashville, 184.
Johnson, Oliver, 232.
Johnson, Rev., Samuel, 96, 214.
Julian, George W., letter to, 187.
Juvenile Miscellany, VII., 10, 256.
Kent, Rev. Mr., characterizes Mrs. Child. 55.
King, Miss Augusta, letters to, 37, 52, 56.
Labor question, the, 199.
Lafayette's observation of the change in color of the slaves in Virginia, 126.
Laws of the Slave States, against intermarriage, 126; against negro testimony, 126; in regard to punishment of slaves, 127; by which the master appropriate