INDEX
Abbott, Abby. wife of Lyman. as a helpmeet, 75, 76; death, 76; burial at Hildesheim, 77; her portrait in last twenty-one verses of the thirtyfirst chapter of Proverbs 77; her attitude toward Lyman's ministerial aspirations, 133, 135; her economies at Terre Haute, 193-98; goes East on vacation, 219; letter of Lyman's father to, 290; illness of, 294; adopts fresh-air cure for tuberculosis, 300, 301; does pastoral duties, 312; conducts "Aunt Patience" Department of the "Christian Union,' 338, 339; co-pastor at Plymouth Church, 376, 377, 387. See Hamlin, Abby.
Abbott, Abigail, 72.
Abbott, Austin, brother of Lyman, enters New York University, 22; taken to New York to live, 23; lives with brothers in New York, 38-42; manages Lyman's finances, 39, 62; his influence on Lyman, 61, 66; as lawyer, 6263; Dean of the New York University Law School, 63; assistance and advice rendered Lyman by, 63; in firm of Abbott Brothers, 71; admitted to the bar, 75; his duties in the law-firm, 85; work of, on election day, 111; at Farmington, 157; writes to Lyman about Union Commission, 243; suggestions of, to Lyman, in conduct of Plymouth Church, 386, 367; death, 381; on Book of Leviticus, 461.
Abbott, Benjamin, grandfather of Abby Abbott. 177.
Abbott, Benjamin, distance cousin of Lyman, 72.
Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan, brother of Lyman, enters New York University, 22; taken to New York to live, 23; lives with brothers in New York, 38-42; his influence on Lyman, 61, 66; his character, 63, 64; takes to law editorship and authorship 64; extract from unpublished writings, 65, 66; in firm of Abbott Broke, 71; admitted to the bar, 73; sends weekly letter to Abby Hamlin, 74; counsel in the "Times" contempt case, 8384; his duties in the law-firm, 85; in "Times" libel case, 87; work of, on election day, 110; takes cottage adjoining Lyman's 122; supporter of Mr. Beecher, 125; and Lyman'n ministerial aspirations, 133, 139, 140; contributor to the "Morton Street Gazette." 157.
Abbott, Betsey, grandmother of Lyman, 72.
Abbott, Charles E., uncle of Lyman, school of, at Norwich, 22, 24; joins brothers in establishing girls' school at New York, 24
Abbott, Edward, bother of Lyman, school of, at Norwich, 22, 24; joins brothers in establishing girls' school at New York, 24.
Abbott, Edward, brother of Lyman, left at Farmington with Aunt Sallucia, 23, 157; his religious views, 66, 67; his hand in the Reminiscences, 67; work of, on election day, 110; lives with Lyman, 122; becomes minister, 131, 132; his memorial edition of the Young Christian, 143; marriage, 248; suggests conferences on education in the South, 423.
Abbott, Elizabeth, aunt of Lyman. 41.
Abbott, George, of Andover, 72.
Abbott, George, of Rowley, 72.
Abbott, Gorham, uncle of Lyman, joins brothers in establishing girls' school at New York, 2324; establishes new school (later Spingler Institute), 24; puts library at Lyman's disposal, 282.
Abbott, Jacob, grandfather of Lyman. his character, 6, 7; his house, 7-9; his business, 8; aphorisms of, 8; his conditions for admittance to "Fewacres University," 12; his prayers, 18, 19; farewell address to Sunday School, 19; death, 22; descent of, 72.
Abbott, Jacob, father of Lyman, re-

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