wer of, 191.
Parsons, Mrs. S. M., letters to, 137, 229, 242, 243.
Paul, the Apostle, 201,202.
Personal Liberty Bill of Massachusetts, effort to repeal the, 145.
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart, 229.
Phillips, Wendell, confronts a mob, 147-149; defends the Chinese, 251; tribute of, at Garrison's funeral, 254; his remarks at Mrs. Child's funeral, 263.
Philothea, by Mrs. Child, XI., 21.
Pierce, Mrs. E. C,, letter to, 42.
Pierce, Senator, of Maryland, on Uncle Tom's Cabin, 69.
Pocasset tragedy, the, 254.
Princess of Thule, A, by William Black, 223.
Progress of Religious Ideas, The, by Mrs. Child, XII., 65, 77, 265.
Progressive friends, meeting of the, 81.
Prohibitory law, aim and effect of the, 222.
Protestant reformation, the, helped on by base agents, 187.
Protestant reformation in England, the, 32.
Quincy, Edmund, presides at an anti-slavery meeting, 150; anecdote of, 173.
Randolph, John, on the insecurity of slave-holders, 133.