harnaud, Monsieur, his dancing classes, 19.
Chase, Hon. Salmon P., 225; his courtesy to Mrs. Howe, 308, 309.
Chasles, Philarete, his disparaging lecture on American literature, 134.
Chateaubriand, his Atala and Rene, 206.
Chemistry, Mrs. B.'s Conversations on, 56.
Cheney, Mrs. Ednah D., aids the woman suffrage movement, 382; speaks before a Unitarian society, 392; introduces Mrs. Howe to Princess Belgioiosa, 423; her review of Mrs. Howe's first book of poems, 436.
Child, Mrs., Lydia Maria, acts as bodyguard to Wendell Phillips, 157.
Christianity, Mrs. Howe's views on, 207, 208; attitude of the Boston Radical Club towards, 286.
Civil War, the, 257, 258, 265; condition of Washington during, 270.
Clarke, James Freeman, his meetings at Williams Hall, 245; goes abroad, 246; at Indiana Place Chapel, 247; his marriage, 249; always supported by Gov. Andrew, 261; goes to Washington in 1861, 269; visits hospitals, 270; his opinion of Abraham Lincoln, 272; opposes Weis