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he next day George took us for a drive out to Walnut Hills, where we saw the seminary buildings, the house where your sisters were born, and the house in which we afterwards lived. In the afternoon we had to leave and hurry away to a reading in Dayton. The next evening another in Columbus, where we spent Sunday with an old friend. By this time I am somewhat rested from the strain of that awful journey; but I shall never again undertake such another. It was one of those things that have toe in Zanesville, a town as black as Acheron, and where one might expect to see the river Styx. Later. I had a nice audience and a pleasant reading here, and to-day we go on to Pittsburgh, where I read to-morrow night. I met the other day at Dayton a woman who now has grandchildren; but who, when I first came West, was a gay rattling girl. She was one of the first converts of brother George's seemingly obscure ministry in the little new town of Chillicothe. Now she has one son who is a ju
feelings, 39; on views of God, 42, 43, 44, 48; on death of friends and relatives, and the writing of her life by her son Charles, 512. Beecher, Esther, aunt of H. B. S., 53, 56, 57. Beecher family, famous reunion of, 89; circular letter to, 99. Beecher, Frederick, H. B. S.'s half-brother, death of, 13. Beecher, George, brother of H. B. S., 1; visit to, 45; enters Lane as student, 53; music and tracts, 58; account of journey to Cincinnati, 59; sudden death, 108; H. B. S. meets at Dayton one of his first converts, 499; his letters cherished, 508. Beecher, George, nephew of H. B. S., visit to, 498. Beecher, Mrs., George, letter from H. B. S. to, describing new home, 133. Beecher, Harriet E. first; death of, 1; second, (H. B. S.) birth of, 1. Beecher, Mrs., Harriet Porter, H. B. S.'s stepmother, 11; personal appearance and character of, 11, 12; pleasant impressions of new home and children, 12; at Cincinnati, 62. Beecher, Henry Ward, brother of H. B. S., birth o