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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe 10 0 Browse Search
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l. I am so happy — so blessed! The literary work of this summer was directed toward preparing articles on many subjects for the New York independent and the National era, as well as collecting material for future books. That the Pearl of Orr's Island, which afterward appeared as a serial in the Independent, was already contemplated, is shown by a letter written July 29th, in which Mrs. Stowe says: What a lovely place Andover is! So many beautiful walks! Last evening a number of us made up his mind about everything. In his old age he attends prayer-meetings and reads the Missionary Herald. He also has plenty of money in an old brown sea-chest. He is a great heart with an inflexible will and iron muscles. I must go to Orr's Island and see him again. I am now writing an article for the Era on Maine and its scenery, which I think is even better than the Independent letter. In it I took up Longfellow. Next I shall write one on Hawthorne and his surroundings. To-day
re, on the Bible and Jesus, 264. Paton, Bailie, host of Mrs. Stowe, 211. Peabody, pleasant reading in, 496; Queen Victoria's picture at, 496. Pearl of Orr's Island, the, 186, 187; first published, 327; Whittier's favorite, 327; date of, 490. Pebbles from the shores of a past life, a review of her life proposed to be wr301; Venice and Milan, 305; homeward journey and return, 306, 314; death of oldest son, 315; visits Dartmouth, 319; receives advice from Lowell on The Pearl of Orr's Island, 327; The minister's Wooing, 327, 330, 334; third trip to Europe, 342; Duchess of Sutherland's warm welcome, 346; Switzerland, 348; Florence, 349; Italian jourebster, 143. Whittier, J. G., 157; letter to W. L. Garrison from, on Uncle Tom's Cabin, 161; letter to H. B. S. from, on Uncle Tom's Cabin, 162; on Pearl of Orr's Island, 327; on Minister's Wooing, 327; poem on H. B. S.'s. seventieth birthday, 502. Windsor, visit to, 235. Womanhood. true, H. B. S. on intellect versus hear