Abdy, Edward S., Mrs. Child's letters to, VIII.
Adams, John Quincy, indebted to Mr. Child for facts on the Texas question, VIII.; maintains the right to proclaim emancipation in war time, 151.
Adams, Samuel, Miss Whitney's statue of, 257.
Advertisements of fugitive slaves, 128, 129.
Alcott, A. Bronson, and family, 239.
Allen, Mr., of Alabama, testifies to horrors of slavery, 131.
Allyn, Rev. Dr., letter to, 9.
American Anti-Slavery Society, formation of, VIII.
American Missionary Association, refuses to circulate Mrs. Child's Freedmen's book, 201.
Andrews, William P., sonnet to Mrs. Child, XXIII.
An English governess at the Siamese Court, 210.
Animals, the treatment of, 214.
Anti-Slavery Society (Mass.), annual meeting of, mobbed, 148-150.
Appeal in behalf of that Class of Americans called Africans, by Mrs. Child, IX., 48, 195.
Armstrong, General, and Hampton Institute, 241.
Arnold, Edwin, 257.
Aspirations of the world,