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Devonshire house (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 22
or that cause, 380, 381. Gennadius, John, Greek minister to England, 411. German scholarship, its beneficial effect on New England, 303. Gibbon, Edward, 57; his Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 205. Gladstone, William E., at Devonshire House, 410; breakfast with him, 411. Gloucester, Duchess of, her appearance, 101. Godwin, Parke, admires Athanase Coquerel's sermon at Newport, 342. Goethe, his Faust and Wilhelm Meister, 59; Mrs. Howe's essay on his minor poems, 60; his ety in, 123, 127; Mrs. Howe's second visit to, 191; political condition of, 193-195; Mrs. Howe's stay in, on her way to Greece, 313; spends the winter of 1877-78 in, 423-427. Rosebery, Lord, a friend of Samuel Ward, 72; visited by, 73; at Devonshire House, 410. Rosebery, Lady, 73. Rossi, Count, at Mrs. Benzon's, 436. Rossini, works of performed in New York, 14; admired by Sumner, 376. Round Hill School, 5; its principal, 43; Mrs. Howe's brother Samuel at, 67. Routs, receptions so
France (France) (search for this): chapter 22
ives the Howes, 125; anecdote of, 126, 127. Grey, Mrs., her interest in schools for girls of the middle class, 333. Grimes, Brother, a colored preacher, 263. Grimes, James W., senator from Iowa, 225. Grimes, Medora. See Ward, Mrs. Samuel. Grisi, sings at Lansdowne House, 101; in Semiramide, 104. Griswold, R. W., his Female Poets of America, 5. Grote, George, the historian, 93. Grote, Mrs. George (Harriet Lewin), somewhat grotesque, 93. Guizot, M., prime minister of France, 135. Gurowski, Adam, Count, 220; employed by the State Department: his temper and curiosity, 221, 222; dismissed by Seward, 222; his breach with Sumner, 223; befriended by Mrs. Eames, 223, 224; his death, 225; his family affairs, 227. Gurowski, John, 227. Gustin, Rev., Ellen, at the convention of women ministers, 312. Hair, mode of dressing, 65. Hale, Rev., Edward Everett, his opinion of Samuel Longfellow, 293; speaks at the meeting in behalf of the Cretan insurgents, 313.
Coventry (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 22
borg's, 209. Constantinople, the fall of, drama upon, 57. Consuelo, George Sand's, reveals the author's real character, 58. Contoit, Jean, a French cook, 30. Conway, Miss, exercises by her school, 389. Copyright, International, urged by Charles Dickens, 26. Coquerel, Athanase, the French Protestant divine, at the Radical Club, 284, 285; sees Mrs. Howe in London, 331; his sermon in Newport, 342; his explanation of the Paris commune, 343. Corporal punishment, 109. Coventry, England, 136. Cowper, William, his Task read by Mrs. Howe at school, 58. Cramer, John Baptist, a London musician, 16. Cranch, Christopher P., caricatures the transcendentalists, 145; his present to Bryant on his seventieth birthday, 278. Crawford, F. Marion, the novelist. 45. Crawford, Thomas, the sculptor, his work in the Ward mansion, 45; meets the Howes in Rome: marries Louisa Ward, 127; travels to Rome with Mrs. Howe, 100; his statue of Washington, 203. Crawford, Mrs., Thoma
Bull Run, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
ntry Club, 407. Brooks, Rev., Phillips, anecdote of, 322. Brooks, Preston Smith, 179. Brown, John, calls on Dr. Howe, 254; his attack on Harper's Ferry, 255; in Missouri, 256; anecdote of, 257. Bruce, Robert, regalia of, 111. Bryant, William Cullen, editor of the Evening Post, 21; visitor at the Ward home, 79; celebration of his seventieth birthday, 277-280; at the meetings for promoting the woman's peace crusade, 329; admires the sermon of Athanase Coquerel at Newport, 342. Bull Run, second battle of, 258. Buller, Charles, his appreciation of Carlyle, 110. Bunsen, Chevalier, Prussian ambassador to England, 118. Bums, Anthony, 164. Butler, Benjamin F., disinterestedness of his friendship for woman suffrage questioned, 395. Butler, Mrs., Josephine, encourages the woman's peace congress idea, 329. Byron, Lord, at Harrow, 22; his works unwillingly allowed in the Ward family, 58; his example leads Dr. Howe to Greece, 85; autograph letter of, 100; praise of,
Munich (Bavaria, Germany) (search for this): chapter 22
enth earl of Carlisle), at Lansdowne House, 102, 103; Sydney Smith's dream about, 107; takes the Howes to Pentonville prison, 109. Motley, John Lothrop, at school with Tom Appleton, 433. Mott, Lucretia, 166; at the Radical Club, 283. Moulton, Mrs. William U. (Louise Chandler), reports the Radical Club meetings for the New York Tribune, 290. Mozart, symphonies of, given in Boston, 14; appreciation of his work taught, 16; his work given at the Wards', 49; admired by Sumner, 176. Munich, works of art at, described by Mrs. Jameson, 40. Museum of Fine Arts, The, in Boston, 44. Music, early efforts for, in Boston and New York, 14, 15; effect on youthful nerves considered, 17, 18. Mysteres de Paris, Eugene Sue's, 204. Napoleon I., anecdote of, 1; invasion of Italy by, 17; incidents of that invasion, 120. Nassau, visit to, 232. Newgate prison, visit to, 108. Newport, Mrs. Howe spends a summer at the Cliff House there, 221; Dr. Howe buys an estate at, 238; Mrs.
Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
ther, anecdote of, 6. Greene, William, governor of Rhode Island, 4. Greene, Mrs. William (Catharine Ray), an ancestress of Mrs. Howe, 3; her connection with Block Island families of service, 51. Greene, William B., colonel of the First Mass. Heavy Artillery, 271. Gregory XVI., Pope, receives the Howes, 125; anecdote of, 126, 127. Grey, Mrs., her interest in schools for girls of the middle class, 333. Grimes, Brother, a colored preacher, 263. Grimes, James W., senator from Iowa, 225. Grimes, Medora. See Ward, Mrs. Samuel. Grisi, sings at Lansdowne House, 101; in Semiramide, 104. Griswold, R. W., his Female Poets of America, 5. Grote, George, the historian, 93. Grote, Mrs. George (Harriet Lewin), somewhat grotesque, 93. Guizot, M., prime minister of France, 135. Gurowski, Adam, Count, 220; employed by the State Department: his temper and curiosity, 221, 222; dismissed by Seward, 222; his breach with Sumner, 223; befriended by Mrs. Eames, 223, 224
Havana, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
ward Everett, his opinion of Samuel Longfellow, 293; speaks at the meeting in behalf of the Cretan insurgents, 313. Hale, George S., a friend of woman suffrage, 378. Hall, Mrs. David P. (Florence Howe), her interest in sewing for the Cretan refugees, 316. Hallam, Henry, the historian, 139. Halleck, Fitz-Greene, his Marco Bozzaris, 22; frequent visitor at the Astor mansion, 77; his remarks on Margaret Fuller's English, 146. Hampton, Mrs. Frank (Sally Baxter), meets the Howes in Havana, 234; invites them to her home in South Carolina, 235. Hampton, Wade, his statement with regard to slavery, 235. Handel, his Messiah given in New York, 15; appreciation of his work taught, 16. Handel and Haydn Society, 14. Harte, Bret, at Newport, 402. Harvard College, shunned as a Unitarian institution, 24. Harvard Divinity School, Theodore Parker at, 162. Hawkes, Rev. Francis L., his abuse of Germans and abolitionists, 61. Haynes, Rev., Lorenza, takes part in the c
Niagara County (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
n general use, 30. Fornasari, an opera singer, 104. Forster, John, at Charles Dickens's dinner: invites the Howes to dine, 110 Fowler, Dr. and Mrs., their courtesy to the Howes, 139-141. Francis, Dr. John W., accompanies Mrs. Ward to Niagara, 8; becomes a member of the Ward household, 12; his appearance, 36; his humor, 37; his habits, 38; his introduction of Edgar Allan Poe, 39. Francis, Mrs. John W. (Eliza Cutler), takes charge of the Ward family at her sister's death, 11, 12; de 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; r
Hudson (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
airs, 269; averse to women speaking in public, 305; his interest in the Cretan insurrection, 312, 313; starts for Greece, 313; arrival in Athens: his life endangered, 314; visits Crete: returns to Boston, 320; visits Santo Domingo to report on the advisibility of annexing it, 345; goes to Santo Domingo again, 347; gives a dance for the people, 355; goes to Santo Domingo a third time, 360; hears of Sumner's death, 364; returns to Boston, 368; his death, 369; tributes to his memory, 370. Hudson River, journey up the, 8. Hugo, Victor, remark on John Brown, 256; at the congress of gens de lettres, 413. Hunt, Helen, at Newport, 402. Hunting, Rev. J. J., commends the exercises of the convention of woman ministers, 312. Huntington, Daniel, paints portrait of Mrs. Howe's father, 55. Hymns of the Spirit, collected by Samuel Longfellow and Samuel Johnson, 293. Indians, the, in New York State, 9; Samuel Ward's intercourse with, in California, 70. Inglis, Sir, Robert Harry, 9
Providence, R. I. (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
vard College, shunned as a Unitarian institution, 24. Harvard Divinity School, Theodore Parker at, 162. Hawkes, Rev. Francis L., his abuse of Germans and abolitionists, 61. Haynes, Rev., Lorenza, takes part in the convention of women ministers, 312. Healy, G. P. A., the artist, ball at his residence, 420, 421. Healy, Mrs., 420. Hedge, Dr. F. H., his translations, 147; member of the Radical Club, 282; defends Protestant progress, 285; his Phi Beta address, 295; pastorates in Providence and Boston, 296, 297; second Phi Beta address, 298; becomes professor of German at Harvard, 299; fondness for the drama, 299, 300; his high opinion of Margaret Fuller, 300, 301; his statement of the Unitarian faith, 302; broadening effect of his studies in Germany, 303. Hegel, the German philosopher, 209; estimates of, 210; his Aesthetik and Logik, 212. Hell, ideas of, 62. Hensler, Miss, Elise, sings first at Mrs. Benzon's house, 435. Herder, works of, read, 59, 206. Herne,
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