In addition to the traditional and appropriate sports of the season, there were, as Stowe tells us, divers warlike shows, with good archers, morris-dancers, and other devices for pastime all day long, and towards evening stage-plays and bonfires in the streets.
As STOWE BYRON says: "Oh, days of my childhood's hours, I'm a gazin' on ye yit.
In the class with him belong James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking (or Natty Bumppo), Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom, Joel Chandler Harris's Uncle Remus, and Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer.
John, George, and Thomas served in the armies of Charles I. Thomas was killed at Stowe; the other two survived the war, and were employed as woodwards at Boscobel.
[Footnote 28: Davidson and Stowe, A Complete History of Illinois, pp.
When, later on, Mrs. Stowe abandoned the project, Douglass was made the subject of some criticism, though he was not at all to blame for Mrs. Stowes altered plans.
The Anti-Slavery Sentiment in the South; with Unpublished Letters from John Stuart Mill and Mrs. Stowe.
Harriet B. Stowe, 1812- 305.
From "The Parting." Harriet B. Stowe, 1812- 389.
Franklin was given an academic education in well-known institutions at Hancock, Francestown, and Exeter, and in 1820 was sent to Bowdoin College, His college mates there were John P. Hale, his future political rival; Professor Calvin E. Stowe; Sergeant S. Prentiss, the distinguished orator; Henry W. Longfellow, and Nathaniel Hawthorne, his future biographer and lifelong friend.
One of them is a connection of our distinguished countrywoman, Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe.
"] [Footnote 43: Mrs. Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" had been published about a year when this remark was made to her.]
Stowe says, "Drury Lane, so called, for that there is a house belonging to the family of the Druries.
SEE PARKER, LOCKIE, ed. STOWE, LELAND.
Leland Stowe (A); 5Mar71; R501652. STRABEL, THELMA. Storm to the south.
The facts, which were continually occurring within Friend Hopper's personal knowledge, corroborate the pictures of slavery drawn by Mrs. Stowe.
H. Sampson, Presiding Elder, Rev. Joseph T. Lewis, Preacher, Rev. Silas Miller, Local Preacher, Francis M. McCarty, Isaac Crofoot, Joseph Stowe, Charles Olmstead, D.C. Brooks, Cornelius Davis, and myself.
" During the year an appointment was established at the residence of Joseph Stowe, Esq., on the old military road, four miles west of Fond du Lac.
To accommodate the settlement, now rapidly increasing in population, Brother Stowe built a hall for public worship.
Brother Stowe's Chapel, as the place was sometimes called, soon became a great institution in that region.
The members of this class were Joseph Stowe, Priscilla Stowe, Isaac Crofoot, Ethiel Humiston, Almira Humiston, Amos Lewis and Susan Lewis.
But Brother Stowe was amply compensated for the erection of this temple for the Lord.
The home of Brother Stowe was always a stopping place for the preachers.