resides at the Music Hall meeting in memory of Dr. Howe, 370.
Richards, Mrs. Henry (Laura Howe), accompanies her parents to Europe, 313.
Richmond, Duke of, visits Bridewell prison with the Howes, 109.
Richmond, Rev., James, 200.
Richmond, Va., theatre in, burned, 16; Crawford's statue of Washington for, 203.
Ripley, George, his efforts at Brook Farm, 145; reviews Passion Flowers, 228; sees the Howes and Parkers off for Cuba, 231.
Ripley, Mrs. George (Sophia Dana), 296.
Ripley, Mary, speaks at the woman's congress in Memphis, 389.
Ristori, Mme., the actress, 264; reads Marie Stuart in Rome, 424.
Ritchie, Harry, the handsome, on Gov. Andrew's staff, 266.
Ritchie, Mrs., daughter of Harrison Gray Otis, 401.
Rogers, Samuel, the poet, dinner at his house, 99, 100; his economical dinner, 141.
Rogers, Prof. William B., vice-president of the Town and Country Club, 405; lectures to the club, 406.
Rome, the Howes' arrival in, 121; stiffness of society in, 123