Text: George E. Woodberry, “Index,” Edgar Allan Poe (1885), pp. 351-354


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INDEX

OF THE PRINCIPAL NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS, AND PROPER NAMES MENTIONED IN THE TEXT.

[In consulting this index for any particular poem, story, or article by Poe, the references to the magazines he edited and the various collections of his writings published by himself should also be carefully looked up.]

ALEXANDER, W. C.: concerning Poe’s habits, 134.

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger: 142.

Allan, John: adopts Poe, 15; attitude toward Poe, 22, 53, 54, 02; letter to Secretary of War, 42, 43; remarries, 56; death, 68.

Allan, Mrs. John: 14; her death, 38.

Arnold, Mrs.: 3-5.

Arnold, Miss Elizabeth: first appearance on the stage, 4; her age, 6 note; marries David Poe, 8; birth of William and Edgar, 11; death, 13, 14.

BLACKWELL, Miss ANNA: 310.

Bliss, Elam: publisher of Poe’s poems, 58.

Boscovich: 296.

Boston Gazette: appeal for Mrs. Poe’s benefit, 10.

Bransby, Dr.: Poe’s description of, 18.

Briggs, C. F.: 216; associated with Poe, 225; his opinion of Poe in letters to J. R. Lowell, 226-229, 235239.

Broadway Journal, the: 225, 234, 235; Poe becomes proprietor of, 243; last issue of, 247.

Brooks, N. C.: 54, 64, 108, 109.

Browning, Mrs. E. B.: 219.

Bulwer, E. L.: 91.

Burke, William: 20.

Burton, William E.: as editor of the Gentleman’s Magazine, 114; his quarrel with Poe, 126, 128-142.

Byron: influence on Poe, 33, 50.

CAMPBELL, MAJOR JOHN: 41.

Calderon: 122 note.

Carter, Dr.: 337, 342.

Channing, W. E.: 189.

Châteaubriand: influence on Poe, 51, 303.

Clarke, Joseph H.: 19,20.

Clarke, Thomas C.: joins with Poe to publish the Stylus, 176, 182, 183; reminiscences of Poe’s home, 188.

Clemm, Mrs.: Poe makes his home with, 68; plan to start a boardinghouse, 78, 79, 98, 99; on Poe’s tem perance, 135; head of Poe’s house hold, 165; on Poe’s home life, 301, 302.

Clemm, Virginia: 68; her marriage with Poe, 75, 78, 97, 98; her beauty, 166; illness, 167-170; death, 277.

Coleridge, S. T.: 51, 91; influence on Poe, 93, 285.

Converse, Rev. F.: 98.

Cooper, James Fenimore: 189.

DARLEY, F. O. C.: to illustrate the Stylus, 180; reminiscences of Poe, 181.

Dawes, Rufus: 52; Poe’s article on, 176.

Dewey, Dr. Orville: 257.

Dickens, Charles: 150, 198.

Didier, E.: on Poe’s marriage, 77 note.

Disraeli: influence on Poe, 85, 91.

Dollar Newspaper, the: 188, 189.

Dow, J. E.: cares for Poe in Washington, 182.

Duane, Willis: his accusation against Poe, 204-207.

Duval, P. S.: concerning Poe’s learning lithography, 143 note.

EASTERN HERALD AND GAZETTE OF MAINE: 5.

Ellet, Mrs. E. F.: 258, 262.

Ellis, Powhattan: 53.

Ellis, Col. Thomas H.: 69.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: 157.

English, Thomas Dunn: 265, 266.

Enquirer, The: 13.

FARADAY: 296.

Fay, Thomas S.: his Norman Leslie reviewed by Poe, 86.

Fisher, E. Burke: 113.

Francis, Dr.: 258.

Fuller, Margaret: 258, 262.

Gentleman’s Magazine: the, character of, 114, 115; Poe’s editorship, 115, 123-126; Graham assumes control, 143. See Graham’s Magazine.

Gift, the: 186.

Gove, Mrs. Mary: 258; reminiscences of Poe, 272, 274.

Gowans, Wm.: on Poe’s habits, 108.

Graham’s Magazine: 143; Poe’s editor ship of, 149, 160, 171, 196.

Greeley, Horace: his endorsement of Poe’s note, 243.

Green: his company of players, 6, 7, 12.

Griswold, Capt. H. W.: his letter recommending Poe, 40.

Griswold, R. W.: relations with Poe, 171-175, 192, 195, 244, 245; description of Poe’s home, 186, 187; engages to edit Poe’s works, 337; his memoir, 347, 348.

Gwynn, Wm.: 43, 44, 63, 64.

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE: 189.

Hawthorne, N.: 158; Poe’s estimate of, 280.

Herschel: 83.

Hewitt, John H.: 52; description of Poe, 68.

Hirst: 53 note, 241.

Hoffman, C. F.: 312.

Hopkins, C. D.: 6, 7.

Home: Poe’s praises of, 196.

House, Col. James: requests Poe’s discharge from the army, 38, 39.

Howard, Lieutenant J.: his letter recommending Poe, 40.

Hoyt: 241.

INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE AND UNIVERSAL ADVERTISER: 3.

KENNEDY, JOHN P. : 65-77; concerning the reason of Poe’s leaving the Messenger, 102.

Knickerbocker, the: on American criticism, 89.

LAFAYETTE: 3.

Laplace: 296.

Latrobe, J. H. B.: reminiscences of Poe, 65-67.

Lawson, James: 258.

Lea & Blanchard: publishers of Poe’s Tales, 116, 117, 164, 165.

Lewis, Mrs. S.: 312; her last meeting with Poe, 333.

Longfellow, H. W.: Poe’s charges of plagiarism against, 124, 157, 231; Poe’s estimate of, 159, 160; The Waif, 224, 230; his opinion of Poe’s criticism, 232.

Lord, W. W.: 232.

Lowell, J. R.: Poe’s letters to, 176 et seq.; his sketch of Poe, 207, 222; meeting with Poe, 234.

Lynch, Miss Anne C.: 258.

MAGRUDER, ALLAN B.: reminiscences of Poe, 54, 55.

Massachusetts Mercury: 4.

McIntosh, Miss Maria: 310.

Meunier, Mme. I.: translates Poe’s Tales, 283.

Mirror, the: on Poe’s criticisms, 87, 88; advertises the Penn, 175; Poe assistant editor, 218; Poe’s libel suit against, 266.

Moore, Thomas: influence on Poe, 51.

Moran, Dr. J. J.: account of Poe’s death, 343-345.

Morell, Voyages of: Poe’s indebtedness to, 106.

NEAL, John: 44.

OAKIE, DR.: 317.

Opal, the: 189.

Osgood, Mrs. F. S.: 259-263.

PABODIE, W. J.: 317, 319.

Paulding, J. K.: 106.

Penn Magazine: the cause of Poe’s trouble with Burton, 135-137; prospectus, 145-148; scheme of, revived, 160, 175. See Stylus.

Pioneer, the: 177, 183.

Poe, Edgar Allan: parentage, 1-14; date of birth, 11 note; adopted by John Allan, 15; at school in England, 16-19; youthful characteristics, 20-23; at the University of Virginia, 25-28; in Boston, 30-36; in the army 37-39; misstatements concerning his age, 53; at West Point, 54-57; rupture with Mr. Allan, 62, 69; in Baltimore, 64-74; first evidences of intemperance, 72, 73; in Richmond, 74-103; marriage, 75, 78, 97, 98; as a critic, 86-91, 153, 160, 266-271; poetic theory, 91-94, 159; goes to New York, 104; to Philadelphia, 108; employed by Burton, 115; quarrel with Burton and discussion of habits, 120, 128-142; employed by Graham, 149; aim and method in narration, 152; household, 165-167; wife’s illness, 167-171; plans for the Stylus, see Stylus; trip to Washing ton, 181-183; as a lecturer, 195; goes to New York, 199; on the Mirror, 218; lectures before N. Y. Historical Society. 223, 224; on the Broadway Journal, 228, 247, 248; before the Boston Lyceum, 241-243; estimate of his poetry, 249-25.7; his acquaintance with the “New York literati, 257-263; removal to Fordham, 262; home life at Fordham, 271-276; his wife’s death, 277; his illness, 278, 279; his lecture, Eureka, 284, 285; his opinion of Eureka, 285, 300, 301, 312; trip to Richmond, 311; his love affairs, 308-327; despondency, 332; last trip to the South, 333; his proposed marriage with Mrs. Shelton, 337-341; departure for New York, 341, 342; last illness, 343, 346.

WORKS: AL AARAAF (1829), 47 note; estimate of, 48-52; Annabel Lee, 347; Assignation, The, 81, 232; Automatic Chess Player, The, 96, 97; Bells, The, 302-304, 328, 347; Berenice, 70, 80, 81, 232; Black Cat, The, 189; Bon-Bon, 85, 232; Bridal Ballad, 240; Business Man, The, 240; Cask of Amontillado, The, 275; Catholic Hymn, 240; City of the Sea, 240; Coliseum, The, 240; CONCHOLOGIST’S FIRST BOOK, THE, 109-113; Conqueror Worm, The, 186, 232; Critical History of American Literature, 215; Critics and Criticism, 328, 347; Devil in the Belfry, The, 246; Diddling considered as one of the Fine Arts, 240; Domain of Arnheim, The, 328-330; Dream, A, 240; Dreamland, 207; Duc de L‘Omelette, The, 80, 240; El Dorado, 328; Eleonora, 168-170, 332; Epimanes, 80; Estelle, 301; Eulalie, 240; EUREKA, first planned, 280; elaborated, 283, 284; publication of, 285; estimate of, 286-301; Fairyland, 123, 241; Fall of the House of Usher, 120 - 122; Four Beasts in One, 246; Flaccus, 186; Gold Bug, The, 188, 189; Hans Pfaall, 70, 83; Hop Frog, 328; How to write a Blackwood Article, 240, Island of the Fay, The, 240; Israfel, 240; Julius Rodman, 125, 126; King Pest, 80, 240; Landor’s Cottage, 327; Landscape Garden, The, 240; Lenore, 186, 240; Ligeia, 118-120; Lionizing, 232; Literary Life of Thingum-Bob, 220, 240; Literati of New York, The, 263, 268; Loss of Breath, 80, 246; Man Who was Used Up, The, 189, 240; Marginalia, 221, 203, 275, 301; Masque of the Red Death, The, 240; Mellonta Tauta, 327; Mesmeric Revelations, 214; Metzengerstein, 80; Morella, 80, 232; Morning on the Wissahiccon, 189; MS. Found in a Bottle, 83, 240; Murders in the Rue Morgue, 150, 189, 283; Mystery of Marie Roget, 176; Mystification, 246; Never Bet the Devil your Head, 240: Notes upon English Verse, 179, 186; Oblong Box, The, 220, 246; Our Amateur Poets, 186, 189; Our Contributors, 189; Oval Portrait, The, 232; Paean, 186; Peter Snooks, 232; Philosophy of Composition, The, 263; Philosophy of Furniture, 232; Pit and the Pendulum, The, 186, 232; Poetic Principle, The, 311, 320, 334, 347; Poets and Poetry of America, The, 172, 195; POEMS (1831), 58-61; Politian, 70; Power of Words, The, 240; Premature Burial, The, 232; Purloined Letter, The, 221; Quacks of Helicon, 154; Rationale of Verse, The, 186, 312; RAVEN AND OTHER POEMS, THE (1845), 248-257; Raven, The, 221, 222; Romance, 240; Science, 240; Shadow, 80-82,232; Silence, 123, 240; Sleeper, The, 232; Some Words with a Mummy, 246; Song (“I saw thee”), 241; Spectacles, The, 246; Spirits of the Dead, 123; Tale of Jerusalem, A, 80, 240; Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A, 207, 246; TALES (1845), 239 note; Tales of the Folio Club, 80-85; TALES OF THE GROTESQUE AND ARABESQUE (1840), 115; TAMERLANE AND OTHER POEMS (1827), 30-36; Tell-Tale Heart, The, 185, 240; The 1002 Tale, 222; Thou art the Man, 220; Three Sundays in a week, 232; To —— (“The bowers whereat”), 241; To Annie, 328; To F —— , 232; To Ianthe in Heaven, 123; To M. L. S —— —— , 280; To My Mother, 328; To the River —— , 123, 241; Travels in Arabia Petraea, 104, 105; Ulalume, 281-283; Valentine, A, 328; Valley of Unrest, The, 241; William Wilson, 122, 240; Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling, 240.

Poe, David: 1, 2, 6, 7; his marriage, 8: uncertainty about his death. 12, 18.

Poe, Gen. David: his character, 2, 3.

Poe, George: 79.

Poe, Neilson: 75; his account of Poe’s death, 346.

Poe, William: 11, 14.

Poe, Rosalie: 13, 14, 334.

Preston, James C.: recommends Poe for West Point, 41, 42.

REID, MAYNE: 165; reminiscences of Poe’s home, 187.

Royster, Miss S. E.: reminiscences of Poe, 24, 311; Poe’s proposal of marriage to, 337, 341.

SARTAIN, JOHN: 333.

Saturday Evening Post, the: 143, 149, 172.

Saturday Museum: publishes a sketch of Poe. 181; attack on Griswold of, 195.

Saturday Visiter: 65.

Schlegel: 96, 97.

Shapley, R. E.: 301.

Shelton, Mrs. S. E.: see Royster, Miss S. E.

Shew, Mrs. M. L.: 275; intimacy with Poe, 277-279, 302, 304-307.

Smith, Mrs. E. O.: 258.

Snodgrass, Dr. J. E.: Poe’s letters to, 127 et seq.; has Poe taken to the hospital, 343.

Snowden’s Lady’s Companion: 176.

Southern Literary Messenger: 70; Poe’s editorship of, 74-100.

Spirit of the Times, the: charges Poe with plagiarism, 189.

Stanard, Mrs. Jane Stith: 23.

Stoddard, R. H.: on the date of Poe’s birth, 11 note.

Stylus, the: 176; plans for, 180, 186, 284, 332.

THOMAS, CALVIN F. S.: 30, 36.

Thomas, F. W.: 161; Poe’s letters to, 161 et seq.

Thompson, J. R.: 311.

Thomson, Sir William: 296.

Tomlin, John: 190.

UNITED STATES MILITARY MAGAZINE: 143.

VALENTINE, EDWARD: 319.

Virginia Patriot: 13.

WALTERS, Miss: 242.

Ward, Thomas: 186.

Watson, Henry G.: 227.

Weiss, Mrs. S. A.: reminiscences of Poe, 334-337.

White, T. W.: 70; relations with Poe, 100-103.

Whitman, Sarah H.: 62; Poe’s love affair with, 308-327.

Wilmer, Lambert A.: 65; intimacy with Poe, 68, 69; on Poe’s habits, 135; Poe’s accusation against, 191, 192; defends Poe, 347.

Willis, N. P.: 197, 218; on Poe’s lecture, 224; on Ulalume, 281; defense of Poe by, 347.

Worth, Lieut. Col. W. J.: letter of, recommending Poe, 40, 41.

YANKEE AND BOSTON LITERARY GAZETTE, THE: 44-47.


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