s son-in-law, Colonel Cator, in the neighborhood of Lord Cranworth's; found him looking well in the face, but unable to use his legs; sat with him half an hour;
It was his last meeting with Hallam, who died in the following January. took the train for London; dined at Reform Club with Mr. Parkes.
September 22. Dined at Reform Club with Mr. Parkes, where I met Mr. Osborne, M. P., also Peter Cunningham and Charles Mackay.
September 24. Went to Dulwich Gallery; left cards; dined with Mr. Cooke, a partner of John Murray and old friend of the late James Brown [the publisher, of Boston].
September 25. Left London in the train at 9.15 for Manchester; stopped at Palatine Hotel; went at once to the Exhibition.
September 26. The whole day till night at the Exhibition; in the evening heard Mr. Russell,
Dr. William H. Russell (1821—), correspondent of the London Times in the United States during the early part of the Civil War. of the London Times, lecture at Free Trade Hall on
and, unsuccessful, 201-228.
Colonies, The lost, of Virginia, 75-200.
Colonists in Virginia, Smith's description of, 234.
Colony, Massachusetts Bay, 339-362.
Plymouth, 225, 309-338.
Virginia (first), 186; (second) 189; Captain John Smith's, 229-263.
Columbus, Christopher, Letters of, 19-39; appeal of in his old age, 5; and his companions, 17-52.
Columbus, Diego, 51.
Company, London, 222.
Massachusetts Bay, 341.
West India, 303.
Cooke, Captain, 198.
Coppin, Master, 326.
Corn, Indian, Profitableness of, 348.
Couexis, King, 150.
Croatoan, 192, 193, 197.
Crol, S. J., 305.
Danusco, John, 136.
Dare, Ananias, 194.
Virginia, 194, 200.
Davies, James, 223.
Captain Richard, 223.
Captain Robert, 223, 224.
De Costa, B. F., 9.
De Soto, Ferdinando, 96, 119 140.
Domagaia, 105, 106, 109, 110.
Donnacona, 105, 106, 107, 110.
Dorantes, Andres, 77, 90.