Text: John H. Ingram, “Index,” Edgar Allan Poe: Life, Letters, and Opinions (1880), pp. 305-312


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“AL AARAAF”: i. 62, 70, 72, 75, 78, 104; ii. 38.

Aldrich, Mr. J.: ii. 4, 9.

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger: i. 165.

Allan, Mr. John: i. 9-18, 20, 26, 53, 69, 88, 105, 110 ; ii. 231.

Allan, Mrs.: i. 11-13,40, 68; ii. 111, 197

Allan, Mrs. (the second): i. 88, 105 ; ii. 109, 114.

Ambler, Dr. R. C.: i. 27, 28, 30.

American Drama: ii. 26, 27, 30, 31

Magazine Literature: ii. 21-23.

Metropolitan Magazine: ii. 199-200, 205, 211.

Museum: i. 153, 157, 243

Stage, Dunlop’s History of: i. 7.

Review: i. 273, 280, 291; ii. 27, 30, 48, 105, 126, 204, 206.

Anacreon: i. 103.

Anastatic Printing: ii. 15-16.

Ancestry of E. A. Poe: ii. 245-252.

Andrè, Major: i. 83.

“Annabel Lee”: i. 219; ii. 215.

Annie: ii. 190-219, 239, 241, 243

Anthon, Professor C.: ii. 131, 140.

“Antigone”: ii. 16-18.

“April Nights”: ii. 168.

“Arcturus” lines to: ii. 177, 184.

Aristotle: i. 96, 169.

“Aristogeiton and Harmodius,” Hymn to: i. 64.

Arnheim: i. 116, 229-233; ii. 90.

Arnolds, The: 1. 3, 116.

Arnold, General Benedict: i. 3, 83.

Arnold, Elizabeth: (vide Poe, Mrs. David, Junior).

Artillery Election, Baton: i. 5.

“Arthur Gordon Pym”: i. 147-151.

Athenæum (quoted): i. 13; ii. 283.

“Autography”: i. 312-314, 183, 206, 208.

Automaton (Chess Player): i. 135; (Faber’s Speaking), ii. 59.

Autun, Bishop of: (vide Talleyrand, ii. 9)


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BACON, Lord: ii. 37, 103.

“Balloon Hoax”: i. 254-255.

Baltimore Book: i. 152.

Balm’s “Louis Lambert”: i. 4.

“Barnaby Rudge”: i. 189, 209, 280.

Baudelaire: i. 183, 188 ; ii. 25, 291.

“Beleaguered City,” The: i. 160.

“Bells,” The: ii. 155, 190, 206.

Benjamin, Mr. Park: i. 178; ii. 84, 85, 206.

Bentley’s Miscellany: ii. 35.

Berners, Lord: ii. 212.

Bibliography of E. A. Poe: ii. 297-303.

Bielfeld, Baron de: i. 268.

Biographies of E. A. Poe: ii. 289-296.

“Black Cat,” The (quoted): i. 27.

Blättermann, Professor: i. 44, 50.

Bolling, Mr. T.: i. 46-48, 70.

Bonnycastle, Professor C.: i. 43.

Boston Courier: ii. 40.

Lyceum: ii. 38-47, 76.

Notion: ii. 35.

Sunday Times: ii. 40.

Transcript: ii. 41.

Brainard, J. G.: i. 209.

Bransby, Rev. Dr.: i. 12, 13, 17, 18.

“Bridgewater Treatise”: i. 267-268.

British Quarterly Review: ii. 292, 294.

Broadway Journal: i. 270, 272, 287, 294; ii. 1-60, 64, 71, 82, 92, 104.

Brown, C. Brockden: i. 248.

Brook-Farm Phalanx: ii. 57-59.

Brooks, Dr. N. C.: i. 153, 155.

Brown, Captain T. (“Text-book of Conchology“): i. 166, 170 ; ii. 118.

Brown, T. D.: (vide English, T. D.).

Browne, Dr. W. Hand: ii. 148, 296.

Browning, Mr. R.: i. 274, 276.

Browning, Mrs.: i. 243, 270, 271, 274, 276; ii. 21, 25-26, 52, 92.

Bryant, W. C.: i. 175, 292.

Bulwer, E. G. E. L. (Lord Lytton): i. 208, 287; ii. 19.

Burke, Mr. W.: ii. 46.

Burke Sir J. B.: “Romance of the Aristocracy,” ii. 247.

Burke, Mr. W.: i. 30.

Burns: ii. 117.

Burton, Mr. W. E.: i. 157, 160, 171, 179.

Burr, Mr. Aaron: i. 198.

Byron: i. 38-42, 59, 63, 67, (compared with Poe) 162, 250; ii. 117, 188, 190, 238, 256.


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CABELL, Dr. R. G.: i. 29.

Calderon’s “El Encapotado”: i. 158.

Callistratus, Hymn from: i. 64.

Campbell’s “Life of Petrarch”: i. 205.

Capping verses: i. 22-23.

Casket: i. 181. [[entry out of order]]

Carter, Dr.: ii. 230, 234.

Channing, Dr. W. E., Senior: i. 133.

Channing, Mr. W. E., Junior: i. 245-246.

Chapin, Mr. H. D.: ii. 135-136.

Charivari: i. 188; ii. 35.

Charlestown Patriot: ii. 39-40.

Charlottesville, Virginia: i. 43, 49.

Chaworth, Mary (and Lord Byron): i. 38-42.

Chaucer: i. 271.

“Child of the Sea”: (vide “Stella“).

Childs, Mr. G. W.: ii. 269.

Chorley, H. F.: i. 267.

Clark, Mr. L. G.: ii. 104.

Clarke, Mr. John: i. 20, 21, 30.

Clarke, Mr. T. C.: i. 240, 242-243, 293.

Clemm, Mr. W.: i. 136; ii. 251.

Clemm, Mrs.: i. 13, 33, 106, 136, 139, 140, 143, 145, 146, 153, 219-225, 259-260; ii. 88-89, 91, 93, 94, 97, 110-112, 119, 155, 158, 184, 192, 195, 196, 201, 215, 220-221, 222-224, 230, 239-243, 251, 254.

Clemm, Virginia (the poet’s wife): vide Poe, Mrs. E. A.

Coke, Lord: ii. 103.

“Coliseum,” The: i. 108, 114, 126.

Coleridge, S. T.: i. 96-98, 100, 174, 201, 250, 251; ii. 19.

“Colloquy of Monos and Una”: i. 201-202, 238.

Collyer, Dr. R. H.L: ii. 49-50.

Columbian Magazine: ii. 23, 168, 214.

“Comet,” The: i. 162.

Commerce, Le: i. 188.

Conchology: i. 268-171; “Manual” of, i. 170; “Text-Book” of, i. 166, 170.

“Conchologist’s First Book”: i. 167-171.

Condorcet: i. 232.

Cooke, P. P.: i. 294.

Cooper, J. F.: i. 245-248.

Courier (Boston): ii. 40.

Cousin: i. 251.

Cowper, W. (quoted): i. 55.

Coxe, Rev. A.: ii. 33.

Cromwell: ii. 59, 247.

“Critics and Criticism”: ii. 204.

Cryptography: (vide Secret Writing).

Cullum, General G. W.: i. 93.

“Culprit Fay,” Dr. Drake’s: i. 174.

Curwen, Mr. H.: ii. 292.

Cushing, Mr. C.: ii. 40-41.

Cuvier’s System: i. 168.

Cyclopedia of American Literature (Duyckinck’s): i. 81.


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DANA, R. H.: ii. 105.

Davidson, Professor J. W.: ii. 293.

Davidson, Margaret: i. 205, 292.

Dawes, Rufus: i. 228-229.

“Death of the Old Year”: i. 174.

De Blainville: i. 168.

Democratic Pacifique: i. 188.

Democratic Review: i. 263; ii. 21, 71, 89.

De Quincey: i. 34, 150, 201, ii. 54.

“Descent into the Maelstrom”: i. 188.

“Deserted House,” The: i. 260.

Dickens: i. 189-190, 217, 268, 280 ; ii. 52, 243.

“Didacticism”: i. 286.

Didier, E. L.: i. 2, 31, 44, 50 ; ii. 250, 251, 254, 256.

Discussion about Plagiarism: (vide “Outis“).

Dollar Newspaper Prize: i. 244.

Dow, J. E.: i. 198.

D‘Ossoli, Countess: ii. 69, 133-134.

Drake’s (Dr. R.) “Culprit Fay”: i. 174.

Drama: (Greek) ii. 16-18, (American), ii. 26-27, 30-31.

Drayton, Colonel W.: i. 163.

“Dreamland”: i. 257.

Dual Existence: i. 158.

Dunglison, Professor: i. 44.

Dunlop’s “History of the American Stage”: i. 7.

Du Solle, Mr. J. S.: ii. 81.

Duyckinck, E. A.: i. 81, 293 ; ii. 21, 23, 24


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E —— [[Ellet]], MRS.: i 69, 70, 76, 182-183.

Elliott, Professor W., Junior: ii. 263-270.

Emporium: ii. 34

English, T. D.: i. 215; ii. 59, 74-87, 113.

“Eothen”: ii. 19.

Epigram by E. A. Poe: i. 84.

“Eulalie”: i. 280-281.

“Eureka”: ii. 47, 120, 125, 129, 140-142, 143-152, 201, 217, 218, 296.

Evening Mirror: i. 168, 248, 260, 262, 286, 294; ii. 2, 74, 87, 113, 172.


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“FALL of the House of Usher”: i. 160, 161, 285; ii. 35.

“Facts (The) in the Case of M. Valdemar”: ii. 26, 48-52.

“Fable for Critics”: (vide Lowell).

“Female Poets of America”: ii. 160, 187.

Field, Mr. M. B.: ii. 138-139.

Flag of Our Union: ii. 211, 213, 215.

“Florence Vane”: i. 294.

“For Annie”: ii. 211, 212, 219.

Foreign Quarterly Review: ii. 52.

Forgues, Monsieur E. D.: ii. 24.

“Forsaken,” The: ii. 220.

Forsyth, Hon. Mr. J.: i. 2.

Frailey, Dr.: i. 195-199.

Francis, Dr. J. W.: ii. 156.

Froissart: ii. 212.

Fuller and Company: ii. 74,79, 80, 86.

Fuller, Margaret: (vide D‘Ossoli, Countess).


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GAMES of Skill: i. 184-187.

Gentleman’s Magazine: i. 157, 160, 162, 171-179.

Geraldus Cambrensis: ii. 246.

Gibson’s (Mr. T. W.) Recollections: i. 82-87, 92.

Gift, The: i. 157, 208, 237, 270.

Glanvill, Joseph (quoted): i. 156.

Godwin’s “Caleb Williams”: i. 189-190.

Godwin, Parke: ii. 104.

Godey, Mr. L. A.: i. 255, 263, 280; ii. 31, 72, 73, 74, 78, 105, 119, 140, 205.

Goethe (quoted): i. 163.

Goethean School of Criticism: ii. 133.

Gore, Mrs.: ii. 205.

Gowans’ (Mr. W.) Recollections: i. 143-145.

“Gold Bug,” The: i. 243, 244.

Graham, Mr. G. R.: i. 175,181, 183, 217-218, 243; ii. 133, 214, 242.

Graham’s Magazine: i. 157, 181-214, 241, 243, 282; ii. 11, 27, 47, 57, 71, 89, 197, 216, 289.

Greek drama: ii. 16-18.

Gresset’s “Ver-Vert”: i. 279.

Griswold, R.W.: i. 217, 222, 228, 243, 249; ii. 35, 56, 105, 160, 181, 239, 240, 241, 242-243, 255, 289-291.

Gwynn, Mr. W.: i. 1-2.


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H —— , MR.: ii. 143-144.

Hannay, James (quoted): i. 63, 292.

“Happiest Day,” The (quoted): i. 59.

Happiness, The Elements of: i. 232.

Harbinger, The Brook-Farm: ii. 59

“Harmodius and Aristogeiton,” Hymn to: translated, i. 64.

Harris, A. B.: ii. 221, 223, 224, 228.

Harrison, Dr.: i. 45

“Haunted House” The: ii. 31-32.

“Haunted Palace,” The: controversy about, i. 159-160.

Hawthorne: i. 157-158, 209, 212-213, 248 ; ii. 23, 57, 105, 119, 133.

Hayne, Mr. Paul: ii. 238.

Hearth and Home: i. 221, 223-225, 228.

Heath, Mr. J. E.: i. 114.

“Helen”: (vide Stannard, Mrs.).

Henderson, Cadet: i. 83, 91.

Herschel’s (Sir J.) “Treatise on Astronomy”: i, 119.

Heywood, Miss: ii. 188-191.

Higginson, Mr. T. W.: ii. 262.

Hirst, Mr. H. B.: ii. 26.

Hoaxing, Poe’s love of: i. 286.

Hoffmann, C. F.: ii. 149.

Holden’s Magazine: ii. 218.

“Holy Eyes”: i. 66.

Home Journal: i. 167, 259; ii. 98-101, 126, 133, 137, 212, 215, 219.

Hood: ii. 4, 31-32, 104, 228.

“Hop-Frog”: ii. 206, 211, 212.

Hopkins, Mr. E. A.: ii. 140.

Horace: i. 23-24.

Horne, Mr. R. H.: i. 249-254, 271.

Houghton, Mrs.: (vide Shew, Mrs.).

Howard, Nat: i. 22-24.

“Howe’s Masquerade”: i. 157-158.

Hoyt, Rev. R.: ii. 26.

Hugo, Victor: ii. 25, 56.

Hunt, Leigh: ii. 119. 35.

Hughes, Monsieur W.: i. 112.


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“IMP of the Perverse”: ii. 27-30.

International Copyright: i. 287

“Introduction” (Poetical), quoted from: i, 102.

“Isadore”: i. 277-281

“Island of the Fay”: ii. 47.

“Israfel”: i. 104; ii. 7.

Ireland’s “Records of the New York Stage”: i. 4, 5.

Irving, Washington: i. 154, 158, 213.


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JAPP, Dr. A. H.: ii. 292, 294.

Jefferson, President: i. 43-44.

Jesuit Fathers at Fordham College: ii. 144.

Johnson, Dr.: i. 101.

Johnston’s (Mr. A.) Recollections: i. 30-31.

Jones, Mr. W. A.: ii. 36.

“Journal of Julius Rodman”: i. 171-173, 179.


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KEATS: i. 211; ii. 274, 276.

Kennedy, Hon. J. P.: i. 109-111, 114, 117, 118, 120, 127-129, 140, 227.

Kepler: ii. 150.

Key, Professor T. H.: i. 43.

Kinglake, A. W.: (vide “Eothen”).


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LA BRUYÈRE (quoted): i. 181.

Lady’s Companion (Snowden’s): i. 229, 233.

Lady’s Book (Godey’s): i. 255, 263; ii. 65, 72, 74, 75, 89, 102, 201, 217.

“Lady Geraldine’s Courtship”: i. 276.

La Fayette.: ii. 250-251.

Lamartine: ii. 149.

Lamb, Charles: ii. 35-36.

Landa, Dr.: ii. 296.

“Landor’s Cottage”: ii. 90, 180, 202, 204, 211, 215.

Laplace: ii. 141, 142, 150-151.

Latrobe’s (Mr. J. H. B.) Recollections: i. 109, 118 ; ii. 285.

Latto, Mr. T. C.: i. 144-145.

Lea, Mr. Isaac: i. 170.

L. E. L.: i. 205.

Lemonnier’s “Natural History”: i. 171.

“Lenore” (the original of Poe’s): i. 34; ii. 32.

Lewes, G. H.: ii. 205.

Lewis, S. A.: (vide “Stella“).

Lewis, ” Monk”: ii. 219.

“Ligeia” (suggested by a dream): i. 155-156.

“Lines to Eliza”: i. 130.

“Lines Written in an Album”: i. 130.

Literary Examiner (Pittsburgh): i. 157.

Literary Gazette: ii. 24.

Literary World: ii. 149, 219, 262.

“Literary Small Talk”: i. 159.

“Literati of New York”: ii. 65-66, 72-75, 89, 96, 102-103, 104.

Locke, F. S.: (vide Osgood, Mrs., ii. 61, &c.)

Locke, ” Joe”: i. 84.

Locke, Mrs. C.: ii. 100, 116-117.

Locke, R. A.: i. 119-123

Long, Professor G.: i. 43.

Longfellow’s “Beleaguered City”: i. 160.

Longfellow’s “Midnight Mass for the Dying Year”: i. 174.

Longfellow: i. 209; ii. 7-12, 33, 41.

Lord, Mr. W. W.: ii. 19.

“Louis Lambent,” Balzac’s: i. 14.

Lowell, J. R.: i. 244, 282-285 ; ii. 104, 134, 202, 219, 289.

Lyle, Mr. John: i. 29.

“Lynn Bard”: ii. 217.

“Letter to Mr. B —— ”: i. 94-102. [[entry out of order]]


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MACAULAY: ii. 22, 23

McBride, Admiral J.: ii. 249.

McBride, Miss Jane: ii. 249.

Machiavelli: ii. 35.

McIntosh, Miss Maria: ii. 165.

McKenzie, Mr.: i. 9; ii 257.

McKenzie, Mrs.: ii 224.

McMurtrie, Mr.: i. 168.

Macpherson: (vide Ossian).

Magazine Literature: ii. 21-23

Magnetism, Human: ii. 15.

Malacology: i. 168.

Mallarmè, S.: i. 274. ; ii. 302.

“Man of the Crowd”: i. 181-182.

“Marginalia”: i. 263-270; ii. 31, 72, 89, 102, 197, 199, 205.

“Marie, Louise”: (vide Shew, Mrs.).

Marvell, A.: ii. 19.

Mathews, Cornelius: ii. 134.

Mayo’s (Col. R., Junior) Recollections: i. 28-30.

Medwin’s “Life of Shelley”: referred to, i. 158.

“Mellonta Tauta”: ii. 201.

Mela, Pomponius: ii. 47.

Mendelssohn: ii. 18.

Meunier, Isabella: i. 188.

“Mesmeric Revelations”: ii. 48-52.

Middleton, Hon. Mr.: ii. 255, 256.

Military Academy, West Point: i. 79-91.

Miller, Dr. J. H.: i. 109, 127.

Milton: i. 96, 209 ; ii. 36, 44, 189.

Minerva (Baltimore): ii. 255.

Mirror: (see New and Evening).

“Monos and Una,” The Colloquy of: i. 35, 201-202.

“Moon Hoax”: i.119-123, 254.

Moore, T.: i. 173, (“Alciphron“), ii. 232.

“Moral for Authors”: (vide Tuel, J. R).

Moran, Dr.: ii. 236-237.

Morning Post (London): ii. 51.

Morris, G. P.: i. 262; ii. 240.

Mott, Dr.: ii. 115.

Mowatt, Mrs.: ii. 27.

Munford, Mr. J.: ii. 29.

“Murders in the Rue Morgue”: i. 183-188.

Museum: (vide American Museum).

“Mystery of Marie Roget”: i. 233-237.

“Myths and Marvels of Astronomy”: i. 78.


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NEAL, JOHN: i. 69-74, 213, 225, 248; ii. 135, 289.

New Eclectic Magazine: ii. 148.

New Mirror: i. 248, 258, 277.

New World: ii. 20.

New York Review: i. 147.

New York Sun: i. 119, 254-255.

New York Stage, Ireland’s Records of: i. 4, 5.

New York University: ii. 76.

Nichols, Mrs. Gove: ii. 90-97, 110.

Niles Register: i. 81.

“Norman Leslie”: i. 130.

Nye, Mrs.: ii. 224.


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“ŒDIPUS Colonoeus”: i. 271.

Okie, Dr.: ii. 176.

Opium: i. 115.

“Orion”: (vide Horne, R. H.).

Osgood, Mr. S.: ii. 61, 62, 261.

Osgood, Mrs. F. S.: i. 218 ; ii. 57, 61-71, 85, 133, 162, 165, 182, 183, 191, 202, 205, 206, 217, 259-261.

Ossian quoted: i. 99.

“Our Press Gang”: i. 205; ii. 293.

“Outis,” Discussion with: ii. 1-12, 104.


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PABODIE, Mr. W. J.: ii. 176, 185, 186.

Patriot (Charlestown): ii. 39-40.

Patterson, Miss: (vide Allan, Mrs., the second).

“Pæan”: i. 34; ii. 32.

Penn Magazine: i. 179, 240.

Perversity: ii. 28-30.

“Peter Snooks”: ii. 21.

“Peter Wilkins”: i. 122. [[erroneously listed as p. 120]]

Petöfi: i. 33.

Petrarch: i. 205-206.

Pike, A.: i. 277-281.

Pioneer: i. 244-245, 257.

“Pit and the Pendulum”: 238.

Placide, Mr.: i. 4.

Plagiarism: ii. 1-12.

Pliny: i. 169.

Pittsburgh Literary Examiner: i. 157.

“Poe and his Critics”: i.,55, &c. (vide Whitman, Mrs.).

Poe Family (of Riverston): ii. 248-249.

Poe Memorial: ii. 263-288.

Poe, General David: i. 1, 2, 7; ii. 243, 249-251.

Poe, David, Senior: ii. 250-251.

Poe, David, Junior: i. 1-3, 5-7; ii. 251.

Poe, Mrs. David, Junior: i. 2-9.

Poe, Edgar Allan: i. parentage, 1-20, quoted, 4, birth, 30, adopted by Mr. Allan, 10, childhood, 10-19, injudicious training, 11-13, at school in England, 12-19, returns to the United States, 19, writes verses, 19, boyhood, 20-42, school in Richmond, Virginia, 20-32, athletic feats, 21-31, 46-47, great swims, 28-30, meets Mrs. Stannard, 32-33, strange fantasies, 4, first love, 37-42, compared with Byron, 38-42, meets Miss Royster, 39, his University life, 43-53. mental analysis (?), 48, first book, 54, visits Europe, 62-67, returns to America, 68, corresponds with John Neal, 70-74, second book, 74, life at West Point, 10-11, “Poems” published, 92, views on poetry, 94-102, gains S. V. prize, 108, writes for Southern Literary Messenger, 114-142, first tale, 114, “Hans Pfaall,” 119, becomes a critic, 129, marries, 136, Autography, 132-134, “Arthur Gordon Pym,” 142, 147-151, goes to New York, 143, goes to Philadelphia, 152, “Ligeia,” 155, “House of Usher,” 160, “Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque,” 163-165, theory of cryptology, 165, “Conchologist’s First Book,” 166-171, “Rodman’s Journal,” 171-173, 179, letter to Burton, 175-179, Penn Magazine, 179, editor of Graham’s, 181-214, Cryptology, 190-200, reverses, 207, theme of art, 209-212, cause of his “irregularities,” 215, love for his wife, 215-225, seeks a Government post, 225-227, joins Mr. T. C. Clarke, 240, publishing projects, 240-243, “The Gold Bug,” 243-244, translates from the French, 248, lectures, 249, his “Balloon Hoax,” 254, goes to New York, 259, sub-editor on Evening Mirror, 260, begins “Marginalia[[“]], 263, publishes “The Raven,” 272, “The Raven” explained, 275-281, becomes a “lion,” 281, love of hoaxing, 286, lectures in New York, 291-294; ii. joint-editor of Broadway Journal, 1, discussion with “Outis,” 1-12, on the Greek Drama, 169 on Magazine Literature, 21-23, “Tales” published, 29, on the Drama, 27, 30, on Longfellow, 33, at Boston Lyceum, 38, kicks up “a bobbery,” 39-47, becomes proprietor of Broadway Journal, 47, “Valdemar’s Case,” 48-52, new vol. of “Poems,” 52, his kindness of heart, 55, skirmish with Brook-Farm Phalanx, 57-59, resigns Broadway Journal, 60, meets Mrs. Osgood, 61, writes “Literati of New York,” 72, libel on Poe, 74-77, Poe’s reply, 78-87, removes to Fordham, 87, letter to Virginia, 88, life at Fordham, 90-217, “The Literati,” 102, his wife dies, 109, libel suit ended, 113, Stylus projected, 129, “Eureka,” 138, Poe’s prècis of “Eureka,” 145, publishes “Eureka,” 145, revisits Richmond, 152, writes “The Bells,” 155, his wonderful cat, 157, visits Lowell, 160, introduced to Mrs. Whitman, 166, engaged to Mrs. Whitman, 177, breaks with Mrs. Whitman, 186, his friends at Lowell, 187, meets “Annie,” 190, attempts suicide, 193, his literary engagements, 204-206, 214-215, parts from Mrs. Clemm, 220, departs for Richmond, 222, in Richmond, 224, again meets Mrs. Shelton, 227, Poe leaves Richmond, 235, his death, 237, Monument to memory at Baltimore, 238, Poe’s Ancestry, 245-252, Biographies of Poe, 289-296, Bibliography of Poe, 297-303.

Poe, George: i. 69 ; ii. 251.

Poe, John: ii. 249.

Poe, Mr. J. P.: ii. 111, 249, 254.

Poe, Judge Neilson: i. 13, 139, 220 ; ii. 89, 237, 240, 241, 243, 264, 265, 285.

Poe, Mrs. Neilson: ii. 111.

Poe, Parsons: ii. 248-249.

Poe, Rosalie: i. 7, 9; ii. 224, 241, 257-258.

Poe, Mrs. E. A. (née Clemm): i. 136-139, 144, 215, 225, 270; ii. 55, 66, 68, 88-91, 96-97, 106-111.

Poe, William: i. 2; ii. 251.

Poe, Sam.: ii. 251-252.

Poe, W. H. L.: i. 9, 65 ; ii. 254-256.

Poer (Le) Family: ii. 246-249.

“Poetic Principle,” The: ii. 187, 226, 228-229.

“Poets and Poetry of America”: i. 291.

“Politian,” a Drama: i. 111-114.

Popularity v. Fame: i. 247-248.

Popular Record (London): ii. 50-51.

Powell, Mr.: i. 48, 63, 106.

“Power of Words,” The: ii. 21.

Preston’s (Col. J. T. L.) Recollection: i. 20-25.

Preston, Mrs. (daughter of Edmund Randolph): i. 25.

Preston, Mrs. Margaret (the Poetess): i. 20.

Printing, Anastatic: ii. 15.

Proctor’s (Mr. R.) “Myths and Marvels of Astronomy”: i. 78.

“Purloined Letter”: i. 270.

Putnam, Mr. G.: ii. 24, 144-145.

Putnam’s Magazine: ii. 145.


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“QUACKS of Helicon”: i, 202-205.

“Queen Mab”: (vide Shelley): i.174.

Quintillian: i. 266.

Quotidienne, La: i. 188.


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RANDOLPH, Edmund: i. 25.

“Ranthorpe”: ii. 205.

“Rationale of Verse”: i. 245; ii. 105, 133, 140, 199- 204, 218.

Raumer, Professor: ii. 56.

“Raven,” The: i. 272-280, 281; ii. 38, 41, 53, 63, 92, (Eyes of), 139, 157, 213, 217.

Reid, Captain Mayne: i. 221-223.

Revue des Deux Mondes: ii. 24.

Rice, Miss: ii. 238, 267, 270.

Richards, Mrs. (of Richmond): i. 8.

Richmond Enquirer: i. 8.

Richmond Family: ii. 187-188.

“Robbers,” The, by Schiller: i. 5.

Rochefoucauld (quoted): i. 93.

Royster, Miss S. Elmira: (vide Shelton, Mrs.).


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ST. PIERRE B. de: i. 264.

Sand, George, quoted: i. 37.

Sanxy, Mr.: i. 70.

Sartain’s Magazine: ii. 214.

Satirical Poems: ii. 12.

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia): i. 166, 189, 193; ii. 118.

Saturday Gazette (Philadelphia): ii. 78.

Saturday Visiter (Baltimore): i. 107-109.

“Saul: a Mystery”: (vide Coxe, Rev. A.).

Saunders, Mr. L.: i. 29.

Sawyer, Mr. W. K. (quoted): i. 172-173.

Scharf, Colonel: ii. 250, 251.

Schiller’s “Robbers”: i. 5.

Schuyler, Mr. E.: ii. 255.

Scott, General: i. 79; ii. 114.

School-life in England: i. 13-19.

Scribner’s Monthly: ii. 224.

Secret Writing: i. 190-200.

“Secrets of the Prison-House”: i. 287-291.

Sentience after Death: i. 35-36.

Shakespeare: i.. 72, 94-95, 101, (quoted), 285; ii. 61, (“Mortimer“), 278.

Shelley (quoted): i. 72, (Medwin’s Life of),158, (“Queen Mab“),174, 250; ii. 57, 104.

Shelton, Mrs.: i. 39-42, 53; ii. 227-228, 232, 233, 239, 240.

Shepherd, Professor H. E.: ii. 272-285.

Shew, Mrs.: ii. 97, 106, 113, 114-116, 119-120, 125, 135, 142-143, 153, 155-159, 261.

“Sleeper,” The: i. 275-276.

Smith, Horace: ii. 57.

Smith, Mrs. E. O.: ii. 34, 53.

Solee, Mr.: i. 4.

“Some Words with a Mummy”: ii. 13-14.

Southern Literary Messenger: i. 114, 116, 120-135, 141-143, 160, 241, 263; ii. 11, 14, 105, 129, 152, 197, 204, 214, 218.

“Spectacles,” The: i. 253 ; ii. 47.

Spirit of the Times: ii. 82.

Stannard, Mrs. Helen: i. 32-35,104; ii. 159, 163.

Stannard, Judge: i. 139.

Stannard, Robert: ii. 29, 32, 139.

“Stanzas for Music”: ii. 200.

“Stella”: ii. 114, 127-128, 199, 217, 219-220, 222, 243, 269.

Stoddard, R. H.: i. 226 ; ii. 255.

Stoke Newington Manor House School: i. 12-19, 159.

Stone, Colonel W. L.: i. 133-134.

Stylus, The: i. 241, 242 ; ii. 105, 125, 129-132, 134, 137, 152, 197-198, 219, 225, 234.

Sully, Mr. R.: ii. 230-231.

Sun: (vide New York).

Swimming feats: i. 28-30.


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“TALES of the Grotesque and Arabesque”: i. 123, 163-165.

“Tale of the Ragged Mountains”: i. 255-257.

Talleyrand (Bishop of Autun): ii. 9.

“Tamerlane”: i. 431.

“Tell-tale Heart,” The: ii. 32.

Temperance Movement: i. 201.

Tennyson: i. (“The Deserted House‘‘), 160, (“Death of the Old Year“), 174, 245-246, 250, 271; ii. 20, 53, 56, 58, 153, 229, 272, 283.

Thackeray: i. 217.

Thomas, F. W.: i. 195-199, 225-227.

Thomas, Mr. E. J.: ii. 84-85.

Thomas, Mr. Moy: ii. 292-293.

Thompson, Mr. J. R.: ii.152, 153, 216.

Token, The: i. 162.

‘To M —— ” (quoted): i. 75.

“To Mary” (quoted): i. 126.

“To F —— s O —— d” (quoted): ii. 65.

Townshend, C. H.: ii. 15.

Transcript (Boston): ii. 41.

Tribune (New York): ii. 48, 134, 217.

Tucker, Judge Beverley: i. 125.

Tuel, Mr. J. E.: ii. 217.

Tupper. Mr. M. F.: ii. 24..

Tyler, Mr.: i. 200.

Tyler, President: i. 226, 227.


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“ULALUME”: ii. 125-127, 133, 213.

Union Magazine: ii. 127, 214.

“Universe,” The: (vide “Eureka“).

University of Virginia: 43-45.

Usher, Mr. and Mrs.: i. 5-6, 54.


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VALENTINE, Miss F. K.: (vide Mrs. Allan).

Valentine, Mr. E.: ii. 197-198.

Valentine, Professor: ii. 228-229.

Valentine’s Vault: ii. 111.

“Vicar of Wakefield”: i. 208.

Virginia, University of: i. 43-45.

Virgil (quoted): i. 23.

Voltaire: ii. 36, 149.


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“WAIF” The: (vide “Ontis“).

Walters, Miss: ii. 40-42, 45.

Weekly Universe: ii. 121.

Weiss, Mrs. S. A. Talley: ii. 224-227, 229, 230-235, 257, 296.

Wertenbaker’s (Mr. W.) Recollections: i. 44-45, 50-52.

West Point Military Academy: i. 79-91, 227; ii. 114.

Whig Review: ii. 214.

White, Mr. T. W.: i. 114, 125, 126-131, 140-142, (quoted), 160.

White, Miss Eliza: i. 131.

Whitman, Mrs.: i. 32, 33, 34, 35 ; ii. 54, 55-56, 96, 122-124, 126, 127, 160-186, 194, 196, 199-200, 202, 204, 245-248, 259, 261-262, 294.

Whitman, Walt: ii. 270.

Williamson, Mr.: i. 4.

Willis, N. P.: i. 243, 259-262, 271, 272, 292; ii. 2-4, 63, 98-101, 104, 126, 136-138, 190, 212, 219, 239, 241.

Willis’s (Mr. John) Recollections: i. 46.

Wilmer, Mr. L. A.: i. 107, 126, 127, 142, (“Quacks of Helicon“), 202-205, 293.

Winter, Mr. W.: ii. 270.

Wilson, J. (“Christopher North“): i. 209; ii. 35.

“William Wilson”: i.13,14-19, 157, 158-159

Wise, Mr. H. A.: ii. 83.

Wittenberg Philosophical Society: ii. 118.

Wordsworth: i. 96-100 ; ii. 189.

Wyatt, Professor T.: 167, 168, 170.


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Zoist, The: ii. 50.


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Notes:

None.


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