, connection of Dr. Howe with, 117.
Polish refugees, ball in aid of, 105.
Powel, Samuel, his prophecy in regard to Newport, 408.
Powell, Mr., Aaron, asks Mrs. Howe to attend the Paris Peace Congress as a delegate, 338.
Priessnitz, his water cure, 189.
Prime, Ward & King, firm of, Mrs Howe's father a member, 50, 51; her brother Samuel admitted, 69.
Prisons, visited by Dr. Howe, 108, 109.
Pulszky, Mme. (Theresa von Walther), 118.
Pym, Capt., an Arctic voyager, 399.
Quincy, Edmund, his remark to Theodore Parker, 287.
Quincy, Jr., Mrs. Josiah, woman's club started at her house, 400.
Rachel, Madame, the actress, 135.
Racine, his tragedies read, 206.
Red Jacket, an Indian Chief, 9.
Reed, Lucy, a blind deaf mute, 85, 82.
Regnault, Henri, eulogized at the French Academy, 414.
Repeal Measures, agitation for, in Dublin, 112.
Rice, A. H., governor of Massachusetts, presides at the Music Hall meeting in memory of Dr. Howe, 370.
Richards, Mrs. He