Eliaabel i field, the calented wife of Dr. ■ . W. Field of Loudou. . is spending the winter in Boston witli her son, Máster Kiagsley Field. Mrs. Field isafluent'writer. Por many ye:u be has been one of the leading merabers f u sooiety formed for the release of florence Maybrick. Imbned wixh a ti'oug love of eouutry, which ha? strerjgthened with eacli year of lier life abroad for 2ö years, Mrs. Field has lived a life of self renunciation iii London. In ïer own homesick heart she has borne the siiffermgs of hei' compatriots and done much to alleviate tlieni. Her social position in England is of the highest, but Mrs. Field's life has been devoted to her husbaud and children, and she has found little time until recently to give to literarj' work. Now and again articles haveappeared from her brilïiant pen, botli in England and America. But for the most part she bas giveu her time to the conscientions discharge of her home duties. Elizabeth Lloyd Field is the daughter of Richard Lloyd of Bostou. Her grandf ather, Robcrt Lloyd, eame over from England in 1812, leaving large estates iu Yorkshire. Mrs. Field will return to England in the spring. The portrait reproduced is from the Bostou Home Journal.