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Chapter 14: the minister's wooing, 1857-1859. Death of Mrs. Stowe's oldest son. letter to the Duchess of Sutherland. letter to her daughters in Paris. letter to her sister Catherine. visit to Brunswick and Orr's Island. writes the minister's Wooing and the Pearl of Orr's Island. Mr. Whittier's comments. Mr. Low
akes so many mothers so much deeper mourners than I ever can be. ...
Affectionately yours, H. B. Stowe.
About this same time she writes to her daughters in Paris:
Can anybody tell what sorrows are locked up with our best affections, or what pain may be associated with every pleasure?
As I walk the house, the pictures ened with moral, had been hocussed with the bewildering hasheesh of Abolition.
We had the advantage of reading that truly extraordinary book for the first time in Paris, long after the whirl of excitement produced by its publication had subsided, in the seclusion of distance, and with a judgment unbiased by those political sympat