Feminae Inlustrissimae Praestantissimae · Doctissimae · Peritissimae Omnium * Scientarvum * Doctrici Omnium * Bonarum * Artium * Magistrae Dominae Iulia * Ward * Howe Praesidi · Magnificentissimae Viro Honoratissimo Duci Fortissimo In Litteris * Humanioribus Optime Versato Domi * Militiaeque * Gloriam Insignem * Nacto Dom, not a formal memoir, I have felt free to postpone until this time the details of her birth and parentage.
She was the daughter of Samuel and Julia Rush (Cutler) Ward, and was born at the house of her parents in the Bowling Green, New York city, on May 27, 1819.
She was married on April 14, 1843, at nearly twenty-four years of sick and a-cold, Find their loved Italy in her welcoming eyes.
Vida D. Scudder.
Five o'clock with the immortals The Sisters Three who spin our fate Greet Julia Ward, who comes quite late; How Greek wit flies!
They scream with glee, Drop thread and shears, and make the tea.
E. H. Clement.
Hope now abiding, faith long a