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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe 4 0 Browse Search
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Introductory statement. I desire to express my thanks here to Harper & Brothers, of New York, for permission to use letters already published in the Autobiography and correspondence of Lyman Beecher. I have availed myself freely of this permission in chapters i. and III. In chapter XX. I have given letters already published in the Life of George Eliot, by Mr. Cross; but in every instance I have copied from the original Mss. and not from the published work. In conclusion, I desire to express my indebtedness to Mr. Kirk Munroe, who has been my co-laborer in the work of compilation. Charles E. Stowe. Hartford, September 30, 1889.
Paris, 353; on farewell to her soldier son, 364; visit to Duchess of Argyle, 366; on her reading tour, 491; on his health and her enforced absence from him, 492; on reading, at Chelsea, 492; at Bangor and Portland, 493; at South Framingham and Haverhill, 495; Peabody, 496; fatigue at New London reading, 496; letters from to H. B. S. on visit to his relatives and description of home life, 440; to mother on reasons for leaving the West, 128; to George Eliot, 420; to son Charles, 345. Stowe, Charles E., seventh child of H. B. S., birth of, 139; at Harvard, 406; at Bonn, 412; letter from Calvin E. Stowe to, 345; letter from H. B. S. to, on her school life, 29; on Poganuc people, 413; on her readings in the West, 497; on selection of papers and letters for her biography, 507; on interest of herself and Prof. Stowe in life and anti-slavery career of John Quincy Adams, 509. Stowe, Eliza Tyler (Mrs. C. E.), draft of, 75: twin daughter of H. B. S., 88. Stowe, Frederick William, secon