on of her works and memoirs.
[These volumes are now published simultaneously with these memoirs.
They are Woman in the Nineteenth Century, At Home and Abroad, Art, Literature, and the Drama, and Life Without and Life Within.—Ed.]
Richard Frederick Fuller was the fourth son. He graduated at Harvard University, 1844, studied law in Greenfield, Mass., afterwards a year at the Cambridge Law School, and, having completed his studies in the office of his uncle, Henry H. Fuller, Esq., in Bostonof the five lawyers, 1855.
Seldom, in one generation has a family numbered so many successful professional men as were the five brothers we have described.
B. [from the Quarterly Journal.] Memorial of Mrs. Margaret Fuller, by her son, Richard F. Fuller.
[The following interesting memoir of an excellent Christian woman was not prepared with any reference to being printed.
It was written by one of her sons for the use of his children; but, having had the privilege of reading it, I reque