0, 362, 415.
Emancipation, Proclamation of, 384.
Emmons, Doctor, the preaching of, 25.
England and America compared, 177.
England, attitude of, in civil war, grief at, 369; help of to America on slave question, 166, 174.
English women's address on slavery, 374; H. B. S.'s reply in the Atlantic monthly, 374.
Europe, first visit to, 189; second visit to, 268; third visit to, 343.
Faith in Christ, 513.
Famine in Cincinnati, 100.
Fiction, power of, 216.
Fields, Mrs., Annie, in Boston, 470; her tribute to Mrs. Stowe's courage and cheerfulness, 473; George Eliot's. mention of, 483 ; her poem read at seventieth birthday, 505.
Fields, Jas. T., Mr. and Mrs., visit of H. B. S. to, 492.
Fisher, Prof., Alexander Metcalf, 23; engagement to Catherine Beecher, 23; sails for Europe, 23, 24; his death by drowning in shipwreck of Albion, 24; Catherine Beecher's soul struggles, over his future fate, 25; influence of these struggles depicted in The minister's Woo