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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, VII: the free church (search)
ingular position for a Higginson!! From Philadelphia, where he attended a similar convention, he wrote to his wife:— We have had a very good meeting so far. I am staying at Edward Hopper's, a sturdy son of old Isaac (Mrs. E. H. being Lucretia Mott's daughter). I wear dear old Isaac's slippers and dressing-gown when I go to the bathroom in the morning and shave with his razor afterwards. .. There is a medical student here named Ora Moon who beats Hattie Hosmer altogether. She is a Vly had a most charming time . . . . Plain Friends by the dozen, male and female, would come up and say, Well, Thomas Higginson, I am glad to see thee at last, I have often heard of thee and read thy words. . . . How shall I describe to you Lucretia Mott . . . the most brilliant eyes. Such a face and such a regal erectness! Nobody else ever stood upright before. She said but little in the meetings, but that so clear and sagacious and wise; and there was such an instinct of her superiority
gginson, 328; dines with, 339, 340. May, Rev. Samuel, Jr., letter to, about anti-slavery excitement, 144, 145; and fugitive slaves, 152. Medici, Marchesa Peruzzi de, daughter of Story, visit to, 355-57. Michigan University, influence of Higginson's writings on, 157. Miller, Joaquin, 336. Monarch of Dreams, 417, 423; account of, 311. 312. Montgomery, Capt., James, leader of rescue party, 197, 198, 200; plan to recall, 203. Moore, Thomas, visits to birthplace of, 322. Mott, Lucretia, described, 135, 136. Mount Auburn, early, 18, 21, 22. Muller, Max, account of, 328. Munthe, Dr., 354. My Outdoor Study, 157, 408. Negroes, Higginson's early interest in, 17, 38; Underground Railroad, 151-54; St. Louis slave market described, 182-89; regiment of freed, 216-51; discipline in, 217, 218, 226, 227; sayings of, 219, 220, 227, 230, 237, 245, 246; barbecue, 235: religious differences described, 244; description of, 246-48; Question of, in Newport, 253, 254; Higgins