41; doubts and final trust in, 321, 396; his help in time of need, 496.
Goethe and Mr. Lewes, 420; Prof. Stowe's admiration of, 420.
Goldschmidt, Madame. See Lind, Jenny.
Gorres on spiritualism and mysticism, 412, 474.
Grandmother, letter from H. B. S. to, on breaking up of Litchfield home, 35; on school life in Hartfoamous Fiction, date of, 491.
Liberator, The, 261; and Bible, 263; suspended after the close of civil war, 396.
Lincoln and slavery, 380; death of, 398.
Lind, Jenny, liberality of, 181; H. B. S. attends concert by, 182; letter to H. B. S. from, on her delight in Uncle Tom's Cabin, 183; letters from H. B. S. to, with appeal rejoinder to, 163; reception in England, Times, on, 168; political effect of, 168, 169; book under interdict in South, 172; Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 174, 188; Jenny Lind's praise of, 183; attack upon, 187; Sampson Low upon its success abroad, 189; first London publisher, 189; number of editions sold in Great Britain and abroad,