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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 13: the Boston Radical Club: Dr. F. H. Hedge (search)
slations. I should say that his intellectual pasture ground had been largely within the domain of belles-lettres proper. He was a man of angelic nature, pure, exquisite, just, refined, and human. All concede him the highest place in our literary heaven. First class in genius and in character, he was able to discern the face of the times. To him was entrusted not only the silver trump of prophecy, but also that sharp and two-edged sword of the Spirit with which the legendary archangel Michael overcomes the brute Satan. In the great victory of his day, the triumph of freedom over slavery, he has a record not to be outdone and never to be forgotten. A lesser light of this time was the Rev. Samuel Longfellow. I remember him first as of a somewhat vague and vanishing personality, not much noticed when his admired brother was of the company. This was before the beginning of his professional career. A little later, I heard of his ordination as a Unitarian minister from Rev. Edw
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
etan insurgents, 313; writes a poem for the memorial meeting to Dr. Howe, 370. Hooker, Mrs., Isabella Beecher, speaks at the woman's congress, 385. Horace, 174; Orelli's edition of, 209. Houghton, Lord (Richard Monckton Milnes), the poet, Mrs. Howe meets, 97; entertains her in 1877, 410; takes her to Mr. Gladstone's, 411. Housekeeping, the trials of, 213-215; every girl should learn the art of, 216. Howe, Florence. See Hall, Mrs. David P. Howe, Julia Romana. See Anagnos, Mrs. Michael. Howe, Mrs., Julia Ward, asked to write her reminiscences, 1; birth and parentage, 3,4; brothers and sisters, 4, 5; early indication of inaptness with tools, 7; travels to Niagara, 8, 9; childish incidents, 7-10; her mother's death, 10; early education, 13, 14; musical training, 16, 17; seclusion of her home, 18; first ball, 29; acquaintance with Mrs. Jameson, 41, 42; leaves school: studies German with Dr. Cogswell, 43; reviews Lamartine's Jocelyn, 44; manner of living at home, 47; her