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ies out for a home with you; our home together in Florida. Oh, may we see it again! Your ever loving wife. From Fitchburg, Mass., under date of October 29th, she writes:-- In the cars, near Palmer, who should I discover but Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fields, returning from a Western trip, as gay as a troubadour. I took an empty seat next to them, and we had a jolly ride to Boston. I drove to Mr. Williams's house, where I met the Chelsea agent, who informed me that there was no hotel in Chelsea, but that they were expecting to send over for me. So I turned at once toward 148 Charles Street, where I tumbled in on the Fields before they had got their things off. We had a good laugh, and I received a hearty welcome. I was quickly installed in my room, where, after a nice dinner, I curled up for my afternoon nap. At half-past 7 the carriage came for me, and I was informed that I should not have a hard reading, as they had engaged singers to take part. So, when I got into the carriag
ism by H. B. S. on, 471. Catechisms, Church and Assembly, H. B. S.'s early study of, 6,7. Chapman, Mrs., Margaret Weston, 310. Charpentier of Paris, publishes Uncle Tom's Cabin, 192; eulogy of that work, 242. Chase, Salmon P., 69, 85. Chelsea, H. B. S. reads in, 492. Chicago, readings in, 498. Children of H. B. S., picture of three eldest, 90; appeal to, by H. B. S. 157; described by H. B. S., 198; letters to, from H. B. S. on European voyage and impressions, 205; on life in Lossions of Rome, 300; on Swiss journey, 348; from Florence, 349; from Paris, 353; on farewell to her soldier son, 364; visit to Duchess of Argyle, 366; on her reading tour, 491; on his health and her enforced absence from him, 492; on reading, at Chelsea, 492; at Bangor and Portland, 493; at South Framingham and Haverhill, 495; Peabody, 496; fatigue at New London reading, 496; letters from to H. B. S. on visit to his relatives and description of home life, 440; to mother on reasons for leaving t