Siam, abolition of slavery in, 216.
Silsbee, Mrs., Nathaniel, letters to, 59, 67.
Sims, Thomas, the fugitive slave, 144; his ransom secured by Mrs. Child, 145, 189.
Slaves, cruelties to, 126-132.
Smith, Gerrit, makes an anti-slavery speech in Congress, 70; his regard for Mrs. Child, 166.
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 213.
Somerville, Mary, Life of, 222.
Spanish Gypsy, The, 197.
Sphinx, the Egyptian, 71.
Sprague, Charles, 235.
Standard, the National Anti-slavery, edited by Mrs. Child, XIII., 43; letter to, 163.
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, and Uncle Tom's Cabin, 69.
Suffrage for women, appeal to Mr. Sumner in behalf of, 207.
Sumner, Charles, speaks in Congress against Fugitive Slave Law, 69; influenced by Mrs. Child's Appeal, 77; the assault on, 78; calls on Mrs. Child, 88S; his position on the Mason and Slidell case, 163; Milmore's bust of, 187; letters to, 207.
Swedenborg and the New Church, 2