"BUT THEIR EYES WERE HOLDEN."

WE take the following clipping from the Boston Sunday American of June 28:—

Julia Ward Howe has had a remarkable vision of a new era for mankind. In a manner believed by Mrs. Howe and her intimate friends to be supernatural, the veil of the unseen has been lifted before her eyes. The first intimation of her vision outside of her own immediate family was given in a talk with a leading delegate to the convention of women's clubs at a reception given in her honor by Mrs. Sims-Nowell in Newport. The story amazed the woman delegate and she repeated it. The place and time of the revelation Mrs. Howe refuses to give even to her most intimate friends, although she is willing to make public what was revealed to her.

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