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health in oppressive hot weather, with a sick baby in arms, and two or three other little ones in the nursery, and not a servant in the whole house to do a single turn. Then, if they could see my good old Aunt Frankie coming with her honest, bluff, black face, her long, strong arms, her chest as big and stout as a barrel, and her hilarious, hearty laugh, perfectly delighted to take one's washing and do it at a fair price, they would appreciate the beauty of black people. My cook, poor Eliza Buck,--how she would stare to think of her name going to England!--was a regular epitome of slave life in herself; fat, gentle, easy, loving and lovable, always calling my very modest house and door-yard The place, as if it had been a plantation with seven hundred hands on it. She had lived through the whole sad story of a Virginia-raised slave's life. In her youth she must have been a very handsome mulatto girl. Her voice was sweet, and her manners refined and agreeable. She was raised in a
er Appeal to English women, 389. Brooklyn, Mrs. Stowe's visit to brother Henry in, 130; visit in 1852, when she helps the Edmonson slave family, 178-180; Beecher, H. W. called to, 476; Beecher trial in, 478. Brown and the phantoms, 431. Brown, John, bravery of, 380. Browning, Mrs., on life and love, 52. Browning, E. B., letter to H. B. S., 356; death of, 368, 370. Browning, Robert and E. B, friendship with, 355. Brunswick, Mrs. Stowe's love of, 184; revisited, 324. Buck, Eliza, history of as slave, 201. Bull, J. D. and family, make home for H. B. S. while at school in Hartford, 30, 31. Bunsen, Chevalier, 233. Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, Prof. Stowe's love of, 437. Burritt, Elihu, writes introduction to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 192; calls on Mrs. Stowe, 223. Butler's Analogy, study of, by H. B. S., 32. Byron Controversy, 445; history of, 455; George Eliot on, 458; Dr. Holmes on, 455. Byron, Lady, 239; letters from, 274, 281; makes donation to Kansa