t intermarriage, 126; against negro testimony, 126; in regard to punishment of slaves, 127; by which the master appropriated a slave's earnings, 128; prohibiting education of the blacks, 128.
Leonowens, Mrs. A. H., her book on Siam, 210, 216.
Letters from New York, Mrs. Child's, XI., 45.
Light of Asia, The, 257.
Lincoln, President, faith of the slaves in, 150; reflection of, 183.
Lind, Jenny, anecdote of, 63.
Linda, the author of, 204.
Lives of Madame Roland and Baroness de Stael, by Mrs. Child, XI.
Livingstone, Dr., and Stanley, 221.
Looking towards Sunset, by Mrs. Child, success of, 185.
Loring, Miss, Anna, letters to, 53, 94.
Loring, Ellis Gray, 21; letters to, 43, 65, 74; death of, 95; lines by 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.