THE WORLD'S FAIR IN LONDON.
My contribution to the great exhibition.—Difficulty with the
American superintendent. — Happy release. — The great
crowd.—A call from the Queen.—Medal awarded to me 136-
VISITS TO THE RAGGED SCHOOLS.
Speech at Sunday-school anniversary.—Interview with Lord
Grey.—Interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury, and
dinner with Lord John Russell, the great events of my life 141
CLOSING UP MY LONDON AGENCY.
My narrative published.—Letter from home apprising me of
the sickness of my wife.—Departure from London.—Arrival
at home.—Meeting with my family 147
MY BROTHER'S FREEDOM.
Am I my brother's keeper ?—'Efforts to secure his freedom 151
MRS. stowe's characters.
My visit to Mrs. Stowe.—Why I am called "Uncle Tom."—
Her interest in my life-story.—Her famous book.—Is it an
exaggeration ?—Mrs. Stowe's Key 156
the manual labour school at dawn.
Troubles.—Misplaced confidence.—Eyes opened.—Lawsuit.—
Wilberforce University 164
The fate of the sawmill.—How the grist-mill vanished in the
FUGITIVE SLAVES ENLISTING IN THE STATES.
Taking up arms for my country.—Civil war in America.—Risk
of imprisonment for seven years.—Special providence saves
EARLY ASPIRATIONS CHECKED.
Desire to learn to spell nipped in the bud.—Superstition 187
A new light in my desolate home.—My children.—My third
visit to England.—Mr. Hughes . 197
MY THIRD AND LAST VISIT TO LONDON.
Meeting old friends and making new ones.—Christian Age.—
Prof. Fowler's description 204