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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 9: second visit to Europe (search)
eminds me of a familiar couplet:— And what they could not eat that night The queen next morning fried. Among the friends of that winter were Sarah and William Clarke, sister and brother of the Rev. James Freeman Clarke. It was in their company that Margaret Fuller made the journey recorded in her Summer on the Lakes. Both were devoted to her memory. I afterwards learned that William Clarke considered her the good genius of his life, her counsel and encouragement having come to his aid in a season of melancholy depression and self-depreciation. Miss Clarke was characterized by an exquisite refinement of feeling and of manner. She was also an aMiss Clarke was characterized by an exquisite refinement of feeling and of manner. She was also an artist of considerable merit. This was the first of many winters passed by her in Rome. I will further mention only a dinner given by American residents in Rome on Washington's birthday, at which I was present. Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, the well-known writer, was also one of the guests. She had composed for the occasion a poem, of
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
pel, 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 Weiss at the Radical Club, 284; upholds the Christian tone of that organization, 286; his tribute to Margaret Fuller, 301; attends Mrs. Howe's parlor lectures, 306; in the woman suffrage movement, 375, 382. Clarke, Mrs. J. F., her character, 250. Clarke, Sarah, 202; at the coronation of King Umberto at Rome, 424. Clarke, William, 202. Claudius, Matthias, works of, 59; his Wandsbecker Bote, 62. Clay, Henry, advocates the Missouri Compromise, 22. Clough, Miss Anne J., 335. Clough, Arthur Hugh, visits the Howes, 184; his manner and appearance, 185; his repartee, 187. Cobbe, Frances Power, 332. Cogswell, Dr., Joseph Green, principal of the Round Hill School 43; teaches Mrs. Howe German, 44, 59, 206; resides at the Astor mansion, 75; anecdotes of, 76; introduces the Wards to Washington Allston, 429.