Mrs. Child in memory of, 101.
Loring, Mrs., Ellis Gray, letters to, 15, 28, 62.
Lowell, J. R., tribute to Mrs. Child in his Fable for critics, XIV., XVIII.; Fredrika Bremer's estimate of, 66.
Marm Betty, Mrs. Child's earliest teacher, v.
Married Women dead in the law, 74
Martineau, Harriet, anecdote of, 19 ; her letter to the Standard, 167.
Maryland, emancipation in, 184.
Mason, Mrs. M. J. C., letter of, to Mrs. Child, 120; Mrs. Child's reply to, 123.
Mason and Slidell, capture of, 162.
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, annual meeting of mobbed, 148-150.
Massachusetts Journal, the, VIII.
May, Rev., Samuel, 72.
May, Rev. Samuel J., commends Mrs Chill's Progress of Religious Ideas, 77; meets Mrs. Child, 156; letters to, 192, 194; his Recollections of our Anti-slavery conflict, 194; death of, 212; reminiscence of, 249.
Med, the slave-child, case of, 20.
Mendelssohn and Beethoven, their music contrasted, 76.
Mexico, the plot against denou