Letters of Susan Hale

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LETTERS
OF SUSAN HALE

Edited by
CAROLINE P. ATKINSON

Introduction by
EDWARD E. HALE

BOSTON
MARSHALL JONES COMPANY
MDCCCCXXI

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contents xix
  • Chapter I Early Life in Boston and Brookline (1848-1867) 1
  • To Alexander Hale 1
  • To Alexander Hale 3
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 4
  • To Miss Charlotte Wilson at Keene 8
  • To Edward Everett Hale 10
  • To Mrs. Nathan Hale 11
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 13
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 15
  • To Charles Hale 16
  • Chapter II 22
  • To Miss Annie Bursley 22
  • To Miss Annie Bursley 25
  • To Miss Annie E. Bursley 45
  • To Edward Everett Hale 47
  • To the Hale Family 56
  • Chapter Iii Teaching School in Boston (1871-1872) 61
  • To Charles Hale 62
  • To Charles Hale 70
  • To Miss Lucretia Hale 71
  • To Miss Lucretia Hale 72
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 73
  • To Miss Lucretia Hale 74
  • To Miss Lucretia Hale 78
  • To Charles Hale 79
  • Chapter IV 82
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 82
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 88
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 102
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 106
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 118
  • Chapter V 128
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 133
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 136
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 138
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 143
  • To Miss Ellen Day Hale 144
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 151
  • Chapter VI 167
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 167
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 171
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 171
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 177
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 182
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 191
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 192
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 194
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 196
  • Chapter VII 200
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 200
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 202
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 203
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 215
  • To Miss Lucratia P. Hale 215
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 222
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 226
  • To Edward E. Hale, Jr. 229
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 232
  • Chapter VIII 242
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 242
  • To George L. Clarke 243
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 248
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 250
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 253
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 257
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 262
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 265
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 266
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 269
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 274
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 276
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 278
  • Chapter IX Matunuck, New York, the West, Europe (1893-1897) 281
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 283
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 285
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 286
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 292
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 293
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 295
  • To Miss Katharine P. Bowditch (mrs. Ernest Amory Codman) 296
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 303
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 307
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 312
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld And Miss M. L. Goddard 315
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 322
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson And Miss Mary E. Williams 323
  • Chapter X - Boston, New York, California, Madeira, Matunuck (1898-1902) 327
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 329
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 330
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 336
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 338
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 339
  • To Miss Ellen H. Weeden 339
  • To Miss Lucretia P. Hale 343
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 346
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 349
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 350
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 356
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 358
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 360
  • To Miss Ellen Day Hale 361
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 362
  • To Miss Ellen H. Weeden (mrs. N. W. Smith) 363
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 365
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 369
  • Chapter XI Jamaica, Matunuck, Egypt (1902-1905) 372
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 372
  • To Mrs. William B. Weeden 373
  • To George L Clarke 377
  • To Miss Ellen Day Hale 378
  • To Miss Mary E. Williams 380
  • To Rev. Edward Everett Hale 383
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 385
  • To Miss Mary E. Williams 387
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 393
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 396
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 397
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 399
  • To William B. Weeden 400
  • To Miss Mary E. Williams 404
  • Chapter XII Last Years (1906-1910) 408
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 408
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 414
  • To Mrs. Charles B. Wells 422
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 422
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 423
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 426
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 429
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 429
  • To Mrs. William G. Weld 431
  • To E. A. Church 435
  • To Miss Charlotte A. Hedge 439
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 442
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson And Miss Mary E. Williams 443
  • To Miss Charlotte A. Hedge 444
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 446
  • To Miss Charlotte A. Hedge 449
  • To Miss Charlotte A. Hedge 450
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 451
  • To Mrs. N. W. Smith 452
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson 454
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 454
  • To E. A. Church 455
  • To E. A. Church 457
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 459
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 460
  • To Miss Mary B. Dinsmoor 461
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 462
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 463
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 464
  • To Miss Caroline P. Atkinson And Miss Mary E. Williams 467
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 469
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 471
  • To Miss Ellen D. Hale 472
  • Index 473
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