Text: Burton R. Pollin, “The Broadway Journal: Text (Index to Vol. I),” The Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe — Vol. III: Broadway Journal (Text) (1986), pp. 361-364 (This material is protected by copyright)


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INDEX TO VOL. I.

A.

American Poulterer’s Companion: 15

Agincourt, by G. P. R. James: 20

A Streamlet: 28

American Artists, English opinion of: 29

American Ethnological Society: 35

American Prose Writers: 26, 37, 55, 69, 119

A Course of English Reading by Rev. James Pycroft: 65

A Painter’s Sketch: 79

A Suspended Bishop: 89

A New Washington Monument: 92

A Reply to par, of the Bishop’s Statement, by John Jay: 125

A Manual of Ancient and Modern History, by W. C. Taylor: 142

Anastatic Printing: 142, 229, 248

A Distinguished Authoress with Portrait: 153

A Tale of Luzon: 196

Architecture — Stewart’s New Store: 188

A Commission of Lunacy, by Harry Franco: 198

Anthon’s Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: 225

American Author’s Union: 233, 250

Achilles’ Wrath: 251

A Gentle Puff: 266

Aurora Agricultural Institute: 293

Anniversary Week: 300

A Peep behind the Curtain — Man in Love: 324

Astarte: 360

A Perfect Lady: 365

A Holiday on the Hudson: 389

A Just View of a bad habit: 390

An essay on the Philosophy of Medical Science, &c.: 392

A Pilgrimage to Treves: 394

A Memory of Thomas Hood: 412

B.

Barbarities of the Theatres: 71

Beggary — The Devices of: 72

Bits of News: 77, 94, 110

Broadway Carnival: 126

Bertini’s Method for the Piano Forte: 158, 172

Berenice: 217

Bon-Bon: 243

Broadway: 259

Bobus Smith: 298

Broadway Theatre: 301

British criticisms on American Art: 403

C.

Copying Engravings: 29, 88

Carlyle’s Preface to Emerson’s Essay: 29

Conversation on some of the Old Poets: 33, 53

Calling Spirits from the vasty deep: 40

City Chit-Chat: 44

Catalogue of the Mercantile Library in New York: 16

Chronology: 91

Criticism the Curse of: 92

Cheap Postage: 108

City Amusements: 120; 242

Complimentary Concerts: 189

Children of Mount Ids: 193

Correspondence between a Mother and Governess: 404

D.

Dignity of Poverty: 34

Dishonorable Affairs: 46

Dana R. H. his writings: 69

Devotional Family Bible: 125

Dick’s Engraving of the Last Supper: 188

Dramatic Oration: 318

Delightful Sights: 347

Desultory Thoughts: 405

Dream Land: 407

E.

English Opinions of American Artists: 29

Editorial Correspondence: 63, 79, 111, 158

Euterpean Society: 91

Eothon, or Traces of Travel brought home from the East: 177, 295

Estelle: 234

Exhibition of the Academy of Design: 257, 275, 289, 305

Enigma: 291

Eleonora: 322

Encyclopedia of Domestic Economy: 345, 376

F

Fashion-illustrated: 8

Flowers for children: 15

Fashion: 46

Florence Vane: 169 [page 362:]

Fashion-new Comedy by Mrs. Mowatt: 203

Fact and Fiction: 302

Fountains: 353

Fleetwood, or the Stain of Birth: 361

French Opera at the Park Theatre: 410

G.

Good Advice: 25

Governor’s Room, City Hall: 76

Greeley, Horace, Portrait: 105

Great Tower of Tarudant: 106, 117, 137, 170, 202

Gratuitous Services at Charitable Concerts: 107, 124

Gabrielle: 123

Gambling: 133

Graham’s Magazine: 139

George Loner’s Concert: 140

Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume: 145

Grand Concert of the German Society: 171

German Society and Madame Otto: 189

Glimpses of Broadway: 289

H.

Hints on the Re-organization of the Navy: 49

Harper’s Illuminated Bible: 83

Hudson’s Lecture on Hamlet: 123

Hope: 265

House Furniture: 273

Horace Vernet: 277

Homer’s Iliad — the first three vols. Chas. Anthon: 295

Headlong Hall and Nightmare Abbey: 311

Harper’s Illustrated Shakspeare: 394

I.

Introductory: 1

Is Genius Conscious of its Powers: 10

Important Discovery in Art -Copying Engravings: 29

Illustrated Genealogy of Geo. Washington: 34

Interior of Trinity Church: 41

Indian Names of the Islands and Bay of New York: 138

Important Addition to the piano Forte: 222

Italian Opera: 237

Imagination and Fancy: 252

J.

Jones, William, his writings: 26

K.

Kneeland Horace, the Sculptor: 58, 397

L.

Letters from an Anxious Father: 62

Letter from Dr. A. Sidney Duane: 75

Letters from a Landscape Painter: 99

Last of Tyler — illustrated: 152

Letters from James Givens to his Cousin: 152, 168

Literary Intelligence: 174, 238

Library of Commerce: 193

Love’s Reply: 231

Law and Waltzing: 260

Labor, the Dignity of: 265

Letters from New York, by Mrs. L. M. Child: 295

Life of Goderly W. Von Leihniiz: 326

Letter to the Broadway Journal: 373

Leonora — the New Opera: 380, 397

M.

Mind among the Spindles: 2

Monuments to Mr. Clay: 22

“Mi Boy” and the “Brigadier” — Illustrated: 57

Musical Intelligence: 94, 110, 126

Monltour Edouart’s Silhouette Rooms: 101

Musical Criticism: 124

Musical Review: 142, 157, 171, 190, 206, 237, 254, 270, 285, 332, 346

Musical Items: 158, 173, 190, 286, 300, 317, 361

Mechanic’s Institute Conversation Meeting: 169

Miscellany: 175, 190, 207, 224, 255, 271, 302, 333, 366

Mr. Hudson, the new lecturer on Shakspeare — Portrait: 216

Mr. Coleman’s Patent Disputed: 221

Michelel’s History of France: 225

My Village Home: 217

May: 311

My Early Love — Tennyson: 348

Magazine Writing-Peter Snook: 354

Morella: 388 [page 363:]

N.

New Year’s Calls: 13

New York versus Massachusetts: 23

Natural Boundaries of Empires: 50, 68

Natural History of Creation — Vestiges of: 52

Now is always best: 58

National Nomenclature: 72, 186, 286

New York Vocal Society: 78, 206

New Discovery in Art-Copying Engravings: 29, 88

New York Gallery of Fine Arts: 102, 134, 187

New Comedy by Mrs. Mowatt: 203

Night, a Poem: 252

Native Talent versus Foreign Talent: 347

Number One’s: 396

O.

Ole Bulls Niagara: 9

Opera House-Italian: 30

Old Heads and Young Hearts: 35

Origin of Manhattan, Hell-Gate, etc.: 56

Operas and Concerts: 59

One of the Upper Ten Thousand. Illustrated: 136

Osceola Signing the Treaty: 248

On Writing for the Magazines: 291

Old English Poetry: 313

P.

Poems by Elizabeth Barrett Barrett: 417

Principles and Practice of Obstetric Medicine and Surgery: 29

Philharmonic Society: 46, 156, 269, 397

Places Worth Visiting: 60, 76, 101

Poems by Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer: 81

Paintings, by William Page: 86, 114, 131, 150, 166, 201

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: 121

Pardoning Governor: 122

Prescott’s Ferdinand and Isabella: 129

Poe’s Reply to Outis on Imitation and Plagiarism: 147, 161, 178, 194, 210

Plato Contra Atheos: 393

Popular Lectures on Astronomy, by M. Arago: 194

Portrait of an Annexationist: 200

Prospects of the Drama: 219

Paul de la Roche, the Painter: 248

Public Disasters: 258

Poems by Fitz-Greene Halleck: 281

Professor Gouraud: 299

Poems by W. W. Lord: 328

Philothea, by L. M. Child: 342

Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary, by William Bolles: 377

R.

Rome; as seen by a New Yorker: 98

Remembered Music: 104

Rural Architecture: 213

Rare Collection of Polyglott Bibles: 228

Reform: 243

Report of the Trustees of the Perkin’s Institute and Massachusetts Asylum of the Blind: 266

S.

Sugar Making Excursion: 3

Song-To my Wife: 14

Sketches of American Prose Writers: 26

Street Sweeping: 28

Surrender of New York to the Dutch: 38

St. Ignatius and his Companions: 52

Singular Anecdote of a Cat: 56

Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House: 103

Sacred Music Society: 141, 137

Satirical Poems: 161

Some Passages in the Life of a Lion: 164

Southern Literary Messenger: 183

Signor Sanquirico’s Concert: 205

So let it be: 217

Street-Paving: 241

stanzas: 248

Saul — A Mystery: 296

Spending Money for Worthless Objects: 321

Sonnet: 326

Shadow — A Parable: 341

Song of the Flowers to the Sunbeam: 360

Shakspeare — Harper’s Illustrated edition: 394

Satanstoe, by J. Cooper: 395

T.

The Art Union Pictures: 12, 21, 36

To My Wife — A Song: 14 [page 364:]

The Magazines: 15, 45, 60, 93, 109, 320, 235, 268, 285, 297, 316

The Dutch and the Puritans: 23

The Epitaph: 29

The Drama: 30, 59, 73, 125

Trinity Church-Interior of: 41

The Wreath: 44

The False Ringlet: 42

The Meannesses or English Line: 62

The Chimes; by Charles Dickens: 7

The Devices of Beggary: 72

The Ring: 73

The Mozart Institute or Frankfort-on-the-Maine: 75

The Navy: 85

The Bishop: 89

The Two Laths: 90

The Raven: 90

The Curse of Criticism: 92

The Snow: 93

The Revelation: 104

Thefts of American Authors: 209

The Sanitary Condition of the Laboring Population of N. York: 111, 129

Tuckerman, Henry T. — his writings: 119

The Wife of Lot: 123

The Age — A Satire. by Alfred Wheeler: 126

The Pilgrimage to Kevmar: 135

The Lost Boy: 141

Thoughts of a Silent Man: 151, 153, 184, 212, 227

The Ghost Seer: 154

The Dignity of Tailors: 167

The Belle of Broadway: 169

The Dying One: 186

The Amber Witch: 193

The Rivulet’s Dream: 215

The Antigone at Palmo’s: 236

The Indian Guide-Painting by Charles Deas: 254

The Oval Portrait: 264

The Dignity of Labor: 265

The Sleeper: 273

The Grateful Clerk: 279

The Prisoners of Perote: 284

Three Sundays in a Week: 293

To One in Paradise: 295

The Pencil of Nature: 296

The Crossing’s Sweeper: 300

The Pit and the Pendulum: 377

The National Barber: 315

Titian’s Venns: 316

The Duke of Wellington’s Despatches: 325

The Conqueror Worm: 331

The North and the South: 337

The Three Maxims: 339

The Unseen River: 341

To Lenore: 347

The Whippoorwill: 390

The Assignation: 357

The Grave of L. E. L.: 365

The Premature Burial: 369

Translation of an Ode of Sappho: 379

The New Opera — Leonora: 380-397

The Adventures of a Gentleman in search of a Dinner: 385-401

The Idea: — Found: 390

The Heart of Man: 391

Thorwaldson’s Statue of Byron: 391

The Esthetic Letters, Essays, &c., of Schiller: 408

Thomas Hood — A Memory of: 412

U.

Universality of Human Emotions: 303

Undine and Sintram: 209

V.

Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation: 52

Valentines: 88

W.

Webster, Miss Delia: 23

Willis, N. P. — his Prose Writings: 37

Waters, John — his Prose Writings: 55

Wall Street Architecture: 76

Why a National Literature cannot flourish in the United States of North America: 82

Woman in the Nineteenth Century: 97, 130, 145, 182

Why are not the Sciences better Understood: 115

Webster, Daniel and his Friends: 186

Woman — The Hareem: 374

Weekly Notes: 412

 


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Notes:

In the original index, the title is given as left-justified and the page numbers as right-justified, with spaced dots run between these effective columns to make it easier to follow a line. In the current presentation, the titles have been bolded, and are separated from the page references by a colon.

Most of the entries in this index are not present in Pollin’s text because he is only collecting material that can be attributed to Poe, and the tales and poems were already collected by Mabbott. Poe did not prepare an index to volume II.

There is one odd feature about the original index, which has been retained in the current presentation. Entries are divided alphabetically by the first character of the title, but within each letter section, entries are listed in order by the first page reference rather than by being alphabetized by title. Some entries appear more than once, such as “Raven” under “R” and “The Raven” under “T”


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