Journal 21 Page 1

NOTES ON JOURNAL 21 1/26/1863-12/8/1863

[inside front cover:]

June 21. 1863. Write to Dr. Goucher when

And whither I go ye know,

and the way ye know.

Le jour des morts Paris.

"There are briers strown on every path

That call for patient care:

There is a cross in every lot,

And an earnest need for prayer,

But a lowly heart that leans on Thee

Is happy anywhere.

Apr. 1863 [written in pencil:] Diatribe Tractarians-chartism Cockney-Bentham-Malthusian

"__ Perhaps healthy self-possession and self-control were to be

hers no more; perhaps that world the strong & prosperous live in had already rolled from beneath her feet forever; so, at least it often seemed to her now."

(Copied from "Shirley," Friday Eve., May 1, for my Sister Mary's sake)

[title page]

Number Seventeen

A slice out of My Life.

Pittsburgh Female College.

Pittsburgh, Penn.


Frances E. Willard

"Not yet;-before the crown, the cross; The struggle ere the prize;

Before the gain the fearful loss,

And death ere Paradise I"

[p. B.]