irnes, Prof., on the Fugitive slave Law, 146.
Calhoun falsifies census, 509.
Calvinism, J. R. Lowell's sympathy with, 335.
Cambridgeport, H. B. S. reads in, 491.
Carlisle, Lord, praises Unof Mrs. Browning's, 357.
De Stael, Mme., and Corinne, 67.
Dickens, first sight of, 226; J. R. Lowell on, 328.
Dog's mission, a, date of, 491.
Domestic service, H. B. S.'s trouble with, 200e Tom's Cabin abroad, 189.
Low, Sampson & Co. publish Dred, 269; their sales, 279.
Lowell, J. R., Duchess of Sutherland's interesti n, 277; less known in England than he should be, 285; on Unclen, 291.
Money-making, reading as easy a way as any of, 494.
Moral aim in novel-writing, J. R. Lowell on, 333.
Mourning veil, the, 327.
Mystique La, on spiritualism, 412.
Naples antranslates, 247; North American Review on, 254; in France, 291; compared with Dred, 285, 309; J. R. Lowell on, 327, 330; Mrs. Stowe rereads after war, 396; later books compared with, 409; H. W. Beeche