ed by Mrs. Child's Appeal, 77; her imagination of him in the spiritual world, 144.
Channing, William H., 188, 257.
Chicago Tribune has biographical sketch of Mrs. Child, 201.
Chapman, Maria Weston, 19, 147.
Child, letter to a, 36.
Child, David Lee, biographical sketch of, VIII.; first meet Miss Francis, 8; his marriage, 10: letters to, from his wife, 10, 82, 86, 88, 96; his domestic happiness, XVI.; his death, XIX,, 229; Mrs. Child's reminiscences of, XVI.
Child, Lydia Maria, publiMrs. Child's reminiscences of, XVI.
Child, Lydia Maria, publishes her Appeal in behalf of the colored people, IX.; her consequent unpopularity, IX.; an advocate of individual freedom, 12; describes pro-slavery excitement in New York, 15; indifference to literary success, 21; on the prejudice against color among Friends, 23; converses with Dr. Channing on the anti-slavery movement, 24; hears Angelina Grimke speak, 26; life in Northampton, 29-41 ; discussions with slave-holders, 30; abusive letters to, from Southerners, 41; edits the Standard, in New York,