Dwight, John S., translates Goethe and Schiller, 147; tries to teach Theodore Parker to sing, 162, 163; Henry James reads a paper at the house of, 324; admires Athanase Coquerel's sermon at Newport, 342; Dana's estimate of, 435; his J 286.
Eliot, Thomas, attends a lecture by Mrs. Howe in Washington, 309.
Elliott, Mrs. (Maud Howe), her remark to Henry James, the elder, 325; goes to Santo Domingo with her parents, 347; takes charge of the woman's literary work at the New Or 121, 193-196.
Jackson, Andrew, ridiculed in the Downing Letters, 25; crushes the bank of the United States, 50.
James, Henry, the elder, his character and culture, 323, 324; his views on immortality, 325; Swedenborgian tendencies, 326; at Newpor the Howes, 108.
King, Charles, editor of the New York American, 22; president of Columbia College, 23.
King, James, junior partner of Samuel Ward, 23.
King, Rufus, 23.
Knowles, James, editor of the Nineteenth Century, 412.