Accademia, an, in Rome, 130.
Adams, John Quincy, on Governor Andrew's staff, 266.
Adams, Mrs. John (Abigail Smith), anecdote of, 36.
Agassiz, Alexander, 184; lectures to the Town and Country Club, 406.
Agassiz, Louis, personal appearance, 182; scientific interests, 183; attends Mrs. Howe's parlor lectures, 306.
Agassiz, Mrs. Louis (Elizabeth Cary),president of Radcliffe College, 183.
Albinola, an Italian patriot, 120.
Alfieri, dramas of, 57, 206.
Alger, William R., attends Mrs. Howe's parlor lectures, 306.
Allston, Washington, his studio, 429; at a dinner to Charles Dickens, 43 1.
Almack's, ball at, 105, 106.
Anagnos, Michael, 313; marries Julia Romana Howe, 441.
Anagnos, Mrs., Michael, born at Rome, 128; accompanies her parents to Europe, 313; her death, 439; her work and study, 440; her Metaphysical Club, and interest in the blind, 441.
Andrew, John A., war governor of Massachusetts, 258; his character, 259; his genial nature, 260; become