Text: Edgar Allan Poe (ed. J. A. Harrison), “General Index to vols. II-XVI [A-L],” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. XVI: Marginalia and Eureka (1902), pp. 381-426



EXPLANATORY. — In this Index the following abbreviations are used: Early Crit. indicates Early Criticism; Maturer Crit., Maturer Criticism; Later Crit., Later Criticism; E. and M., Essays and Miscellanies; Literati and Autog., Literati and Autography; M., Marginalia; Eu., Eureka. [[App., indicates Appendix material; Int., indicates material in an Introduction.]]

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ABBREVIATIONS used in the Notes: ii. 298, iii. 328, iv. 274, v. 312, vi. 274, vii. 126.

Abdomen, the: the seat of the soul (M.), xvi. 174.

“About Critics and Criticism”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 193.

Abuse, personal: Johnson to Goldsmith, on (M.), xvi. 98.

“Achilles' Wrath”: (Later Crit.), xii. 135.

“Acorn, The,” by E. O. Smith: xiii. 90.

Adams, John Quincy: (Autog.), xv. 160, 233.

“Address, An, delivered before the Goethean and Diagnothian Societies of Marshall College,” by J. O. Chandler: (Maturer Crit.), x. 57.

“Address delivered at the Annual Commencement of Dickinson College,” by S. A. Roszel: (Early Crit.), ix. 158.

“Address delivered before the Baltimore Lyceum,” etc., by Z. Collins Lee: (Early Crit.), ix. 206.

“Address delivered before the Students of William and Mary,” etc., by Pres. Thomas R. Dew: (Early Crit.), ix. 192.

“Address on the Subject of a Surveying and Exploring Expedition to the Pacific Ocean and South Seas,” by J. N. Reynolds: (Early Crit.), ix. 306.

“Adventures, The, of a Gentleman in Search of a Horse,” by “Caveat Emptor”: (Early Crit.), ix. 82.

“Ages, The,” Bryant's: ix. 269, et seq.

“A. Gordon Pym, Narrative of”: iii. 1.

Aikin, J., Memoir, etc., of Goldsmith: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 8.

Ainsworth, William Harrison: v. 225; “The Tower of London” (Maturer Crit.), x. 110, 219; “Guy Fawkes,” 214; his work contrasted with “Robinson Crusoe” and “Caleb Williams,” 218; his “Crichton” and “Jack Sheppard,” 214-218; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 7.

“Airs of Palestine,” by John Pierpont: xv. 192.

“Al Aaraaf”: (poem), vii. 23-39; notes to, 157-163, 260; quoted, xiv. 235.

“Alciphron,” Moore's: (Maturer Crit.), x. 60; mentioned, xiii. 162.

Alcott, Amos Bronson: xiii. 155.

Alcyone, the star: (Eu.), xvi. 294.

Aldrich, James: in connection with the “Longfellow War,” xii. 42, et seq.; in “The Literati,” xv. 62; aptitude at imitation of (M.), xvi. 96.

Aldrich, Mary A. S.: specimen of the prosody of her verse (E. and M.), xiv. 242.

“Alexander's Weekly Messenger”: xiv. (vii).

“Alexis,” Bryant's trans, from the Spanish of Iglesias: ix. 296.

“Alice Ray, a Romance in Rhyme,” by Mrs. Sarah Josepha Hale: (Later Crit.), xii. 259.

Allen, Paul: xii. 49, 66.

Allston, Washington: (Autog.), xv. 253.

“Alnwick Castle,” by Fitz-Greene Halleck: (Early Crit.), viii. 275, xi. 192, 199, xv. 53.

“Alone,” poem attributed to Poe: vii. 227.

“Alone,” by Mary E. Hewitt: xii. 256, xiii. 101, xv. 290.

Alpha Lyræ, the star: (Eu.), xvi. 285.

“Amateur Poets, Our”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 160, 174.

“America and the American People,” by Frederick Von Raumer: (Later Crit.), xiii. 13.

America, proposed change of name for: (M.), xvi. 118.

“American Almanac, The,” etc.: (Early Crit.), ix. 160.

“American Drama, The”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 33, et seq.

“American Fur Company, The”: ix. 211.

“American in England, The,” by Lieut. Slidell: (Early Crit.), viii. 214, xv. 201.

“American in Paris, The,” by John Sanderson: xv. 196.

“American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge”: xv. 42.

“American Monthly Magazine, The”: ix. 92, 96, 271, et seq., xiv. 233, xv. 121, 183.

“American Prose Writers,” No. 2, N. P. Willis: (Later Crit.), xii. 36.

“American Review, The”: xiii. 142, 154, xv. 7.

“Anacreontic,” by Rufus Dawes: xi. 145.

“Analogy, An”: vii. (xxix-xxxiii).

Anapæst, the: xi. 227.

“Anastasis,” by George Bush: (Literati), xv. 6.

“Anastatic Printing”: (E. and M.), xiv. 153.

“Ancient Mariner, The”: compared with “The Raven,” xii. 50, 68, et seq.

Anderson, H. J.: associated with Bryant, x. 86.

Anderson, Walter, “Oration on the Life and Character of Rev. Joseph Caldwell, D.D.”: (Early Crit.), viii. 102.

“Angel of the Odd, The. An Extravaganza”: (tale), vi. 103-115; notes to, 282, 299.

“Angel's Visit, The,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 224.

“Animal and Vegetable Physiology,” etc., by Peter Mark Roget: (Early Crit.), viii. 206.

“Annabel Lee”: (poem), vii. 117; notes to, vii. 218-221.

“Annette,” poem attributed to Poe: vii. 235.

“Antediluvians, The,” by James McHenry: (Maturer Crit.), x. 105, xv. 258.

Anthon, Charles: mentioned, viii. (App.), 338; editor of “Select Orations of Cicero” (Early Crit.), ix. 266; assists Poe in his Review of Stephens's “Arabia Petræa,” x. (viii); editor of “Smith's Dictionary” (Later Crit.), xii. 129; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 34, 169, 179; as a commentator (M.), xvi. 102.

“Antigone, The,” at Palmo’s: (Later Crit.), xii. 130; baldness of (M.), xvi. 119.

Antithesis: the aim of Hudson, the Shakespearean lecturer (M.), xvi. 83.

“Appalachia”: proposed substitution of, for America (M.), xvi. 119.

Appleton, D., and Co., publishers: xi. 8, xii. 146.

“Arabia Petræa,” Stephens’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 1.

“Arctic Lover, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 289.

“Arcturus”: magazine originated by Duyckinck and Matthews, xv. 59.

Argelander, astronomical calculations of: (Eu.), xvi. 298.

Argensola, Bartolome Leonardo De, “Mary Magdalen” of, trans. by Bryant: ix. 296.

“Aristidean, The,” edited by Thomas Dunn English: xv. 65, 267.

Aristotle: (Eu.), xvi. 188, et seq.

Armstrong, John, “Notices of the War of 1812”: (Early Crit.), ix. 22.

Arnold, Matthew: (Int.), ii. (xxiv); criticisms of, viii. (xvii).

Art, definition of the term: (M.), xvi. 164; the machinery of, 170.

Art Form, The: vii. (xxv-xxix).

Arthur, Timothy Shay: (Autog.), xv. 240.

“Aspirations,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 22.

Ass, the, as an umpire: (M.), xvi. 83.

“Assignation, The” (“The Visionary”): (tale) ii. 109-124; notes to, 345-348, 396.

“Astarte,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 179.

Astor, John Jacob: ix. 207, et seq.

“Astoria; or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond The Rocky Mountains,” by Washington Irving: (Early Crit.), ix. 207.

“Atalantis,” by W. G. Simms: xv. 193.

“Athenæum, The London”: xiii. 96.

“Athenia of Damascus,” by Rufus Dawes: xv. 191.

Attraction, the great principle of: (Eu.), xvi. 219; and repulsion of matter, 310.

Austin, Gilbert: (M.), xvi. 39, note.

“Autography” papers: appearance of, creates stir, xv. (vii), 139-261.

“Autumn,” Longfellow’s: contrasted with Bryant’s “Thanatopsis,” xii. 101.

“Autumn Wind, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 175.

“Autumn Woods,” Bryant’s: ix. 291.

“Aylmere,” drama by R. T. Conrad: xv. 233.

“Azthene,” by Thomas Dunn English: xv. 64, 266.

B——, LETTER to: vii. (xxxv-xliii).

Bacon, Francis: alluded to (M.), xvi. 129, 169.

Bacon, Roger, anticipates Espy’s theory: (M.), xvi. 118.

“Baconian”: (Eu.), xvi. 189, 190.

Bailey, Philip James, “Festus”: (Later Crit.), xii. 241.

Baines, Edward: viii. 88.

“Ballads and Other Poems,” Longfellow’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 64, 68.

“Balloon-Hoax, The”: (tale), v. 224-240; note to, 325; variations in texts, 333.

“Baltimore Saturday Visiter, The”: viii. (vi).

Balzac, Honoré: (M.), xvi. 30.

Bancroft, George: viii. 243, 247.

“Barnaby Rudge,” Dickens’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 38, 88.

Barnes, Joshua: (M.), xvi. 37.

Barrett, Eaton Stannard: “The Heroine” (Early Crit.), viii. 76.

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett (Mrs. Browning): (Later Crit.), xii. 1, xiii. 200.

“Battle of Lexington, The,” by Prosper M. Wetmore: xv. 88.

Beach, Moses Yale: publisher of “The New York Sun,” xv. 126.

Bell, Sir Charles: viii. 207, 210.

“Bells, The”: (poem), vii. 119-122; notes to, 222-224.

Benjamin, Park: his poem of “Infatuation” reviewed (Later Crit.), xii. 107, xiii. 165; in “Autography,” xv. 183.

Bentham, Jeremy: “Deontology” of, viii. 85; alluded to (M.), xvi. 1, 27.

Benton, Joel: Chivers’s works not accessible to, vii. 266.

Béranger, Pierre Jean de: viii. 139, x. 43, 198, xi. 107, xvi. 165.

“Berenice”: (tale), ii. 16-26; notes to, 313-318, 396.

Bériot, Madame de (Madame Malibran): (Maturer Crit.), x. 91.

Berkeley, Bishop: portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 328.

Berkeley, Sir William: viii. 244, et seq.

Bernard, P. D.: publisher, viii. 76.

Bernouilli, John: mentioned (M.), xvi. 53.

“Bessie Bell,” by Chivers: vii. 277.

Beuve, Ste.: revolutionizes criticism in France, viii. (xvii).

Bibliography of Poe’s Writings: xvi. 355.

Bielfeld, Baron de: (M.), xvi. 13, 30.

“Big Abel and the Little Manhattan”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 73.

Binney, Horace: his Eulogy on Chief-Justice Marshall (Early Crit.), viii. 114.

Bird, Robert Montgomery: “The Infidel,” etc. (Early Crit.), viii. 32, 63; in “Autography,” xv. 156, 203.

“Birth of a Poet, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 174.

Bisco, John: one of the originators of “Broadway Journal,” xv. 22, 265.

“Black Cat, The”: (tale), v. 143-155; note to, 322; variations in texts, 331.

“Black Riders of the Congaree, The,” by W. G. Simms: xv. 193.

“Blackwood’s Magazine”: viii. (App.), 334, 338.

Blanchard, Laman: “Life and Literary Remains of L. E. L.” (Maturer Crit.), x. 195.

Blessington, Lady: viii. 14.

Bliss, Elam: publisher, x. 87.

“Bobby Button”: xi. 177.

Bogart, Elizabeth: (Literati), xv. 107.

Bohemia, Queen of: lines on, by Sir Henry Wotton, quoted, ix, 96.

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas: robbed by Tickell (M.), xvi. 47.

“Bolingbroke, Lord, The Works of,” etc.: (Maturer Crit.), x. 171.

Bolton, Richard: solves cryptograph (E. and M.), xiv. 149.

“Bonaparte, Lucian, Memoirs of”: (Early Crit.), ix. 155.

“Bon-Bon”: (tale), ii. 125-146; notes to, 348-354, 397.

“Bonnie George Campbell,” Motherwell’s: xii. 94.

“Book of Gems, The,” edited by S. C. Hall: (Early Crit.), ix. 91, xii. 139.

“Boston and the Bostonians”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 1, 9.

“Boston Quarterly Review, The”: xv. 194.

Boteler, Thomas: viii. 84.

Boucicault, Dion: “London Assurance” of (Literati), xv. 30.

Bowen, Charles: publisher of “Useful Knowledge,” ix. 160.

Bowring, John: editor of Bentham’s “Deontology,” viii. 85.

“Boy Painter, The,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 117.

“Boz”: author of “Watkins Tottle,” etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 45.

Bradford, T. G.: viii. 164.

Bradford, William: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Bradstreet, Mrs.: (Int.), ii. (xi).

“Brainard, A Few Words about”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 15; poems of, 19.

Bravery, true: (M.), xvi. 119.

“Bridal Ballad”: vii. 81; notes to, 198, 199.

“Bride of Abydos,” Byron’s: prosody of (E. and M.), xiv. 242.

“Bride of Fort Edward, The”: (M.), xvi. 26, note.

“Bridgewater Treatises, The”: viii. 206, xiii, 45, xvi. 9.

Briggs, Charles Frederick (Harry Franco): editor of “Broadway Journal,” defends James Aldrich against criticism of Poe, xii. 44; in “The Literati,” xv. 20, 22, 67, 75, 263.

British Quarterly Reviews: influence American criticisms, xi. 3.

“Broadway Journal, The”: xii. (vii), xv. 75.

“Broken Heart, The,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 156, 224.

“Broken Vow, The, and other Poems,” by Amanda M. Edmond: (Later Crit.), xii. 250.

“Brook Farm”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 27.

“Brook Farm Phalanx, The”: xiii. 27, 31.

Brooks, James: (Autog.), xv. 160, 238.

Brooks, Maria: xiii. 18, 192, 224; xv. 287.

Brooks, Nathan Covington: (Autog.), xv. 225.

“Brougham, Henry, Lord, The Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 98; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 20, 42.

Brown, Charles Brockden: new note of American literature heard in (Int.), ii. (xii.).

Brown, David Paul: (Autog.), xv. 244.

Brown, Goold: the “English Grammar” of (E. and M.), xiv. 212.

Brown, Thomas Dunn: xv. 266.

Browne, Sir Thomas: mentioned, x. 189; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 2.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: extract from her “Drama of Exile” (M.), xvi. 135.

Brownson, Orestes Augustus: (Autog.), xv. 194.

Bryan, Daniel: (Autog.), xv. 218.

Bryant, William Cullen: (Int.), ii. (xv, et seq.); poems by (Early Crit.), viii. 1, ix. 268; “A Notice of” (Maturer Crit.), x. 85; Selection of Poetry by, xi. 149; on Fitz-Greene Halleck, 192; in “Later Criticism,” xiii. 125, et seq.; his “June” quoted, xiv. 278; in “Autography,” xv. 189.

“Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau, by an Old Man”: (Early Crit.), viii. 319.

Buckland, William: viii. 207.

Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton: viii. 13; “Rienzi” (Early Crit.), 222; editor of “Literary Remains of the late William Hazlitt” (Early Crit.), ix. 140; “Pompeii,” 153, 154; “Night and Morning” (Maturer Crit.), x. 114; compared with Dickens, 154; “The Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of,” 212; “Zanoni, a Novel” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 115; mentioned, xv. 81; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 31, 42, 43, 156.

“Burial of Eros, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 174.

Burke, Edmund: Poe’s comparison of Bolingbroke with, x. 173; portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 328.

Burns, Robert: extracts from poems of, viii. 313; verses on, by Fitz-Greene Halleck, xi. 202; “Genius and Character of,” by Prof. Wilson (Later Crit.), xii. 239.

Burton, Robert: (M.), xvi. 2.

Burton, William Evans: (Autog.), xv. 236.

Bush, George: (Literati), xv. 6; the “Anastasis” of (M.), xvi. 97.

“Business Man, The”: (tale), iv. 122-133; notes to, 285, 321.

“Butler, Frances Anne, Journal of”: (Early Crit.), viii. 19, 85.

Butler, Joseph: (M.), xvi. 2, 5.

Butler, Samuel: portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 326; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 38, 160.

Byron, Lord: xi. 255, xiii. 169, 197; “Byron and Miss Chaworth” (E. and M.), xiv. 150; prosody of his “Bride of Abydos” (E. and M.), 242; selection from his Minor Poems (E. and M.), 287.

CÆSURA, the: xi. 227, et seq.

“Calavar,” by Robert M. Bird: xv. 203.

“Caldwell, Rev. Joseph, D.D., Oration on the Life and Character of,” by Walter Anderson, A.M.: (Early Crit.), viii. 102.

“Caleb Williams,” Godwin’s: (E. and M.), xiv. 193.

Calvert, George Henry: (Autog.), xv. 221.

“Cameos,” sonnets by Mary E. Hewitt: xii. 257.

Camoën’s “Genoa”: typographical accuracy of (M.), xvi. 41.

Campbell, Thomas: viii. 131; “Life of Petrarch” (Maturer Crit.), x. 202; plagiarism in his “New Monthly Magazine,” from Channing (M.), xvi. 132.

“Camperdown; or News from our Neighborhood”: (Early Crit.), ix. 71.

“Canons of Good Breeding, The”: (Maturer Crit.), x. 45.

Carey and Hart: publishers, viii. 50, 90, 117, 222; ix. 75; x. 60, 91, 100, 112, 156, 171, 197, 202, 210; xi. 85, 124, 127, 220; xiii. 96; xv. 69.

Carey, Lea, and Blanchard: publishers, viii. 2, 4, 19, 32, 37, 40, 42, 48, 63, 91, 109, 158, 160, 162, 173, 177, 206, 238, 252; ix. 43, 45, 53, 71, 82, 162, 168, 170, 174, 205, 207.

Carey, Mathew: (Autog.), xv. 161.

Carlyle-ists: the, appropriate motto for (M.), xvi. 167.

Carlyle, Thomas: xi. 176. xiii. 195, et seq.; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 7; brevity of, 16; criticism of, 99; mentioned, 175.

Carroll, Daniel Lynn: Inaugural Address of (Early Crit.), viii. 116.

Carver, Captain Jonathan: ix. 211.

Cary, Alice: poetry of, xi. 158.

Cary, Henry: (Literati), xv. 67; essays of (M.), xvi. 94.

“Cask of Amontillado, The”: (tale), vi. 167-175; notes to, 294, 300.

Cass, Lewis: (Autog.), xv. 238.

“Catterskill Falls,” Bryant’s: ix. 287.

Caunter, Hobart: xiii. 176; xv. 272.

“Caveat Emptor,” author of “The Adventures of a Gentleman in Search of a Horse”: (Early Crit.), ix. 82.

“Central America, Incidents of Travel in,” by John L. Stephens: (Maturer Crit.), x. 178

Chalmers, Thomas: viii. 207.

Champollion: alluded to (M.), xvi. 196.

Chandler, Joseph O.: Address before Societies of Marshall College (Maturer Crit.), x. 57; in “Autography,” xv. 216.

Channing, Dr. William Ellery: ix. 201; in “Autography,” xv. 162, 176, 226; plagiarism from, in Campbell’s “New Monthly Magazine” (M.), xvi. 132.

Channing, William Ellery: poems of (Maturer Crit.), xi. 174, xii. 107, xiii. 165, 169, 170, 202.

“Charcoal Sketches,” by Joseph C. Neal: x. 216, xv. 199.

Chardin, Sir John: “Travels in Persia” of, quoted, x. 7.

“Charles Elwood,” by O. A. Brownson: xv. 194.

Charles II., portrait of, by Sir Peter Lely, in Walsh’s “Didactics”: (Early Crit.), viii. 326.

“Charles O’)Malley, the Irish Dragoon,” by Charles Lever: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 85.

“Chaucer Modernized,” by Richard H. Horne: (E. and M.), xiv. 233.

“Chaunt of Life, A, and other Poems,” by Ralph Hoyt: (Later Crit.), xii. 193.

“Chaworth, Miss, Byron and”: (E. and M.), xiv. 150.

Cheever, George Barrell: “Common-place Book of American Poetry,” xi. 149, xv. 32, xvi. 101; “Deacon Giles’) Distillery” (Literati), xv. 32.

“Chess-Player, Maelzel’s”: (E. and M.), xiv. 6.

Chesterfield, Lord: letter of Samuel Johnson to, ix. 104.

Child, Mrs. Lydia Maria, “Philothea: A Romance”: (Early Crit.), ix. 146; in “The Literati,” xv. 105.

“Child of the Sea, The, and other Poems,” by S. Anna Lewis: (Later Crit.), xiii. 155, et seq., 219, et seq.

Chivers, Thomas Holley: vii. (viii); poems of, 266-288; Poe and, 266-288; “The Lost Pleiad, and other Poems” (Later Crit.), xii. 201; in “Autography,” xv. 241.

Chorley, Henry F.: “Conti the Discarded” (Early Crit.), viii. 229; “Memorials of Mrs. Hemans” (Early Crit.), ix. 195; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 8, note.

Christ: a strong argument for the religion of (M.), xvi. 169.

“Christian Florist, The”: (Early Crit.), viii. 177.

“Christmas Carol, A,” by Richard W. Dodson: (M.), xvi. 141.

Churton, Edward: publisher, xiii. 105, 176.

“Cicero, Select Orations of,” etc., by Charles Anthon: (Early Crit.), ix. 266.

“Cincinnati Daily American Republican, Address of the Carriers of, to its Patrons”: xii. 110.

Cist, Lewis J.: (Autog.), xv. 240.

“City in the Sea, The”: (poem), vii. 49; notes to, 175-178.

Clark and Austin: publishers, xiii. 17, 105, 121, 188; xv. 100, 101.

Clark, Lewis Gaylord: (Literati), xv. 114.

Clark, Willis Gaylord: viii. 279; in “The Literati,” xv. 114.

Clarke, John E.: ix. 236, et seq.

“Classical Dictionary” of Dr. Charles Anthon: xv. 34.

Classical Family Library, The: (Early Crit.), viii. 43.

“Clinton Bradshaw,” by F. W. Thomas: (Early Crit.), viii. 109; xv. 210.

Cobbett, William: ”)English Grammar” of, x. 168.

Cockton, Henry: “Stanley Thorn” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 10.

Coffin, Mr.: xiii. 10.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: “Letters, Conversations, and Recollections” of (Early Crit.), ix. 51, xi. 255, 256, xii. 33; Cottle’s ”)Reminiscences of,” xiv. 172; denies imagination to Moore (E. and M.), 282; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 128.

“Coliseum, The”: (poem), vii. 56; notes to, 191, 192.

Collegiate education, paper on, by Robert Walsh: (Early Crit.), viii. 322.

“Colloquy of Monos and Una, The”: (tale), iv. 200-212; notes to, 309, 322.

Colman, Samuel: publisher, x. 27, 30, 39.

Colton, Calvin: “Thoughts on the Religious State of the Country,” (Early Crit.), ix. 33.

Colton, Charles Caleb: (M.), xvi. 30.

Colton, George Hooker: “Tecumseh” (Literati), xv. 7; originator of “The American Review,” 7.

Combe, George: viii. 252.

“Comedy, The New,” by Mrs. Mowatt: (Later Crit.), xii. 112.

“Coming of Autumn, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 175.

“Coming of Night, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“Coming of the Mammoth, The,” etc., by H. B. Hirst: (Later Crit.), xii. 166.

“Commercial Advertiser, The New York”: viii. 278.

“Common-place Book of American Poetry,” edited by George B. Cheever: xi. 149, xv. 32.

“Composition, The Philosophy of”: (E. and M.), xiv. 193.

Comte confirms the nebular theory of Laplace: (Eu.), xvi. 260.

“Conchologist’s First Book”: Preface and Introduction to, (E. and M.), xiv. 95.

“Confessions of a Poet”: (Early Crit.), viii. 2; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 142.

“Confessions, The, of Emilia Harrington,” by Lambert A. Wilmer: (Early Crit.), viii. 234.

“Confessions, The,” of Laughton Osborn: xv. 45.

“Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 293.

“Conqueror Worm, The”: (poem), vii. 87; notes to, 204.

“Conquest of Florida, The,” by Theodore Irving: (Early Crit.), viii. 37.

“Conquest of Mexico, The,” Prescott’s: xiii. 15.

“Conrad, King of Naples,” tragedy by R. T. Conrad: xv. 233.

Conrad, Robert Taylor: (Autog.), xv. 232.

“Conspicuous Living Characters of France, Sketches of,” trans. by R. M. Walsh: (Maturer Crit.), x. 133.

“Conti the Discarded,” by Henry F. Chorley: (Early Crit.), viii. 229.

“Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the United States of America — Virginia,” by Francis L. Hawks: (Early Crit.), viii. 239.

“Contributors, Our”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 190.

Conundrums: (M.) xvi. 60.

“Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The”: (tale), iv. 1-8; note to, 275, 320.

Conversation, the art of: (M.), xvi. 126.

Cooke, Philip Pendleton: (Autog.), xv. 234.

Cooper, James Fenimore: (Int.) ii. (xiv); “Sketches of Switzerland,” ix. 162; “Mercedes of Castile” (Maturer Crit.), x. 96; “Wyandotté” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 205; in “Autography,” xv. 148, 205.

Corbet, Richard: verses from, quoted, ix. 98, xii. 143.

“Corse de Leon,” by G. P. R. James: (Maturer Crit.), x. 160.

Cossini: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 353.

Cottle, Joseph, “Reminiscences of Coleridge”: xiv. 172.

“Courier and Inquirer, The New York”: attack of, on Willis (Literati), xv. 12.

“Courier, The Boston”: xiii. 3.

“Court and Ladies’) Magazine, The”: xiii. 186.

“Court Journal, The” (London): on Mrs. F. S. Osgood’s Poems, xiii. 108, 186, 187.

Cowper, William: (M.), xvi. 27.

Coxe, Arthur, “Saul, a Mystery”: (Later Crit.), xii. 243, xvi. 154.

Coxe, Richard Charles: Petrarchan MS. of, x. 204.

Cranch, Christopher Pearse: extract from poem of, analyzed (E. and M.), xiv. 236; in “The Literati,” xv. 69.

“Crayon Miscellany, The”: (Early Crit.), viii. 40; notice of, 91.

“Crichton,” a would-be: (M.), xvi. 142.

Critic, business of the: (M.), xvi. 81.

“Critical and Miscellaneous Essays,” Macaulay’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 156.

“Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of Henry Lord Brougham, The”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 98.

Criticism, American: influenced by British Quarterly Reviews, xi. 3; French and German, 5.

“Critics, Poe’s Reply to his”: viii. (App.), 333.

“Croaker”: pseudonym of Fitz-Greene Halleck, xi. 191; “Croaker & Co.,” pseudonym of Halleck and J. R. Drake, 191.

“Croakers, The”: xiii. 165.

Crooks, Ramsay: ix. 224.

“Cry of the Children, The,” Elizabeth Barrett’s: xii. 16.

“Cry of the Human, The,” Elizabeth Barrett’s: xii. 15.

“Cryptography”: original title of, restored, xiv. (vii).

“Culprit Fay, The,” by J. R. Drake: (Early Crit.), viii, 275, x. 62, xi. 17.

Curran, John Philpot: xiii. 203; style of (M.), xvi. 48.

Curry, George L., and Co.: publishers, xi. 25.

Cushing, Caleb: xiii. 3, 5, 10.

Cutter, William: (Autog.), xv. 244.

Cygni, the star: (Eu.), xvi. 288.

DACRE, Lady: “Tales of the Peerage and the Peasantry” (Early Crit.), viii. 74; “Ellen Wareham,” 75, 223.

Dactyl, the: xi. 227.

Dalgarno, George: works of, viii. 86.

“Damsel of Darien, The,” by W. G. Simms: (Maturer Crit.), x. 49, xv. 193; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 59.

“Damsel of Peru, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 288.

Dante: (M.), xvi. 6.

Dana, Richard Henry: (Autog.), xv. 224.

“Dashes at Life with a Free Pencil,” by N. P. Willis: (Later Crit.), xii. 234.

“Daughter of Herodias, The,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 188, xv. 285.

Davidson, Lucretia Maria: x. 174; “Poetical Remains of” (Maturer Crit.), 221.

“Davidson, Margaret Miller, Biography and Poetical Remains of,” by Washington Irving: (Maturer Crit.), x. 174, 221.

Davidson, Margaret Miller and Lucretia Maria: Poe’s review of, alluded to, x. (vi).

Davis, Andrew Jackson: xiv. 173.

“Dawes, Rufus, The Poetry of”: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 131; in “Autography,” xv. 190.

Day, John: ix. 226.

D’Azeglio, Massimo, “Ettore Fieramosca,” etc.: (Later Crit.), xii. 223.

“Deacon Giles’ Distillery,” by G. B. Cheever: (Literati), xv. 32.

Dearborn, George: publisher, viii. 120, 275, 285; ix. 22, 70, 77, 146.

“Death Bed, A,” by James Aldrich: an imitation of Hood, xv. 62.

“Death-Song of the Nightingale, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“Death of the Old Year, The,” by Alfred Tennyson: x. 78.

Dedication to Poe’s Poems: edition of 1845, vii (xiv).

“Defence of Capital Punishment,” by G. B. Cheever: (Literati), xv. 33.

Defoe, Daniel: “Robinson Crusoe”of (Early Crit.), viii. 169.

“Democratic Review, The”: xi. 82, xii. 2, xiii. 45, 156, xvi. (v).

Demosthenes, oratory of: (M.), xvi. 62; anecdote of, 169.

“Descent into the Maelström, A”: (tale), ii. 225-247; notes to, 383, 398.

“Devil in the Belfry, The”: (tale), iii. 247-257; notes to, 333.

Dew, Thomas Roderic[[k]]: Address of, before Students of William and Mary (Early Crit.), ix. 192; in “Autography,” xv. 166, 234.

Dewey, Orville: ”The Old World and the New,” etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 80.

“Dial, The”: xiii. 155, xv. 69, 73, 75.

“Diamond Necklace, The”: ix. 179, et seq.

Diana, burning of temple of, at Ephesus: anecdote of (M.), xvi. 91.

“Diary, The,” by Thomas Ward: extract from, xi. 167.

Dick, Thomas: referred to, x. 82.

Dickens, Charles (“Boz”): “Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club” (Early Crit.), ix. 205; “Old Curiosity Shop” and “Master Humphrey’s Clock” (Maturer Crit.), x. 142; compared with Bulwer, 150; edits “The Pic Nic Papers,” 216; “Barnaby Rudge” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 38; alluded to, xiii. 31; extract of letter from, to Poe, xiv. 193; mentioned, xv. 81; criticised by Beverley Tucker, xv. 195; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 11, 43; compared with Bulwer, 61.

“Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, A”: edited by William Smith (Later Crit.), xii. 129.

“Dictionary of the English Language, A New,” by Charles Richardson: (Early Crit.), ix. 103.

“Didactics,” Walsh’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 321.

“Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences”: (tale), v. 210-223; notes to, 325; variations in texts, 332.

Dinneford, W.: letter of, xii. 135.

“Diseases of the Abdomen,” etc., by Robert W. Haxall, M.D.: (Early Crit.), ix. 164.

“Disinterred Warrior, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 292.

D’Israeli, Benjamin: viii. 13, 223.

D’Israeli, Isaac: singular style of (M.), xvi. 110.

Divine adaptation, the: (Eu.), xvi. 291.

Doane, George Washington: xiii. 16; in “Autography,” xv. 256.

“Doctor, The,” etc.: (Early Crit.), ix. 66.

“Doctrine of the Resurrection, The,” by George Bush: xv. 6.

“Domain of Arnheim, The”: (tale), vi. 176-196; notes to, 295, 300.

Dow, J. E.: (Autog.), xv. 228.

“Downing, Jack,” pseudonym of Seba Smith: x. 163; in “Autography,” xv. 172, 239.

Drake, Joseph Rodman, “The Culprit Fay”: (Early Crit.), viii. 275; mentioned, 338, 339; alluded to, x. 62; criticism of, by Poe, xi. 17.

Drake, Josiah: ix. 73.

“Drama of Exile, The, and other Poems,” by Elizabeth Barrett Barrett: (Later Crit.), xii. 1.

Drama, The: (Later Crit.), xii. 184, 189, 210; Mrs. Mowatt, 210; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 71.

“Dream, A”: (poem), vii. 19; notes to, 153.

“Dream-Land”: (poem), vii. 89; notes to, 205.

“Dream of Alla-Ad-Deen, The”: (M.), xvi. 151.

“Dream, The, and other Poems,” by Hon. Mrs. Norton: (Maturer Crit.), x. 100.

“Dream within a Dream, A”: (poem), vii. 16; notes to, 150-152.

“Dreams”: (poem), vii. 11; notes to, 148.

“Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 111.

Drugging system, the, in medical practice: (M.), xvi. 93.

Dryden, misconception of, in translating: (M.), xvi. 47.

“Duc de L’Omelette”: (tale), ii. 197-202; notes to, 373-375, 398.

Duncan, Henry, “Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons”: (Maturer Crit.), x. 81; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 11, note.

Du Solle, John S.: (Autog.), xv. 219.

Duyckinck, Evert Augustus: on magazine literature, xiv. 73; in “The Literati,” xv. 58, 264.

“Dying Rosebud’s Lament, The,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 179; xv. 278.

“Dying Storm, The,” by Miss H. F. Gould: viii. 137.

Dynamics, principle in: (Eu.), xvi. 237.

EARLE, PLINY: (Autog.), xv. 230.

“Early Naval History of England, The,” Southey’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 48.

“Earth,” by Bryant: ix. 283.

“East and West,” by F. W. Thomas: xv. 210.

“Ecclesiastical History of the United States of America — Virginia, Contributions to,” by Francis L. Hawks: (Early Crit.), viii. 239.

Edgeworth, Maria: on “Fashion,” xiv. 184; compared with Catherine M. Sedgwick, xv. 109.

“Edinburgh Review, The”: viii. (viii); notice of, 82.

Editorial Miscellany: (Later Crit.), xii. 224.

Edmond, Amanda M., “The Broken Vow,” etc.: (Later Crit.), xii. 250.

“Education, An Address on,” by Lucian Minor: (Early Crit.), viii. 118.

Edward, David B., “The History of Texas”: (Early Crit.), ix. 78.

Edwards, Jonathan: (Int.), ii. (xi).

“Eldorado”: (poem), vii. 123; notes to, 224.

“Eleanore,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

Electricity: character of (Eu.), xvi. 212.

“Eleonora”: (tale), iv. 236-244; notes to, 312.

“Elfrida, a Dramatic Poem,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 108, et seq., 176, et seq., xv. 95, 272.

“Elk, The”: (tale), v. 156-162; notes to, 322; variations in texts, 332.

“Elkswatawa; or the Prophet of the West,” by James S. French: (Early Crit.), ix. 116, xv. 219.

“Ellen Middleton”: (M.), xvi. 34.

“Ellen Wareham”: viii. 75, 223.

“Ellena,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

Ellet, Mrs. Elizabeth F.: Poems, Translated and Original (Early Crit.), viii. 122; review of, xiii. 214; in “Autography,” xv. 207.

Elliot: portrait painter, xiii. 156.

Ellsler, Fanny: xiii. 114, 181, xv. 280.

Embury, Emma Catharine: (Literati and Autog.), xv. 90, 197.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: (Int.), ii. (xiv, et seq.), xiii. 195; in “Autography,” xv. 260; an imitation of Carlyle (M.), xvi. 122.

Emmons, William: (Autog.), xv. 163.

Encke’s comet: decrease in orbit of (Eu.), xvi. 303.

End, the great, of the Universe: (Eu.), xvi. 308.

“Endymion,” by H. B. Hirst: xiii. 211.

“England in 1835,” by Frederick von Raumer: (Early Crit.), ix. 53.

“English Bards and Scotch Reviewers,” by Lord Byron: xiii. 169, et seq.

English heroic verse: (M.), xvi. 73.

English, Thomas Dunn: editor of “The Aristidean” (Literati), xv. 65, 267; “Azthene,” 64, 266.

“Englishman’s Story, The”: viii. 121.

“Enigma, An”: (poem), vii. 110; notes to, 215.

Enslen: German optician, optical illusion by (M.), xvi. 35.

“Erato,” by William D. Gallagher: (Early Crit.), ix. 73.

Esling, Mrs.: See Waterman, Miss C. H.

Espy, Professor: theory of, anticipated by Roger Bacon (M.), xvi. 118.

“Essay on International Copyright,” by Francis Lieber: xv. 202.

“Essays and Miscellanies”: xiv. 1-292; verbal peculiarities of the, (v); many of, now reprinted for first time, (v).

“Essays, Critical and Miscellaneous,” Macaulay’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 156.

Ether: subtle influence of (Eu.), xvi. 305.

“Ettore Fieramosca,” etc., by Massimo D’Azeglio: (Later Crit.), xii. 223.

Euclid: (Eu.), xvi. 188.

“Eulalie, — A Song”: vii. 91; notes to, 206.

“Eulalie Vere,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“Eureka, a Prose Poem”: xvi. 179-315; notes to, 319, 347; Poe’s Addenda to, 337.

Eveleth, G. W.: letter to, from Poe, xvi. 337.

“Evening Mirror, The”: xii. 41.

“Evening Star”: (poem), vii. 15; notes to, 150.

“Everard Grey,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 175.

Everett, Edward: (Autog.). xv. 152, 188, 203.

Existence, present and future: (M.), xvi. 161.

“FABER, MARTIN,” by W. G. Simms: xiii. 93.

“Fable for the Critics, A,” Lowell’s: (Later Crit.), xiii. 165.

“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The”: (tale), vi. 154-166; notes to, 290, 300.

“Fairy-Land”: (poem), vii. 44; notes to, 168-171, 257.

“Fall of Niagara, The,” Brainard’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 19.

“Fall of the House of Usher, The”: (tale), iii. 273-297; notes to, 339, 348.

Fancies: origin of (M.), xvi. 88.

Fancy: Poe’s definition of, xii. 37.

“Fanny,” poem by Fitz-Greene Halleck: analyzed, xi. 195.

“Fashion,” comedy by Mrs. A. C. Mowatt: plot of (Later Crit.), xii. 112, et seq, ; production of, at the Park Theatre, 128; xv. 29, 92.

“Fashionable” novels: influence of (M.), xvi. 35.

Fay, Theodore Sedgwick: viii. 51; in “Autography,” xv. 174, 220.

“Feast of the Poets”: by Leigh Hunt, xiii. 171.

Featherstonhaugh, G. W.: trans, of “I Promessi Sposi” (Early Crit.), viii. 12; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 3.

Feet (prosody): definition of, xi. 226.

“Felix Merry,” nom de plume of Evert A. Duyckinck: xv. 59.

“Female Education,” by L. H. Sigourney: extract from, viii. 132.

“Female Poets of America, The,” Griswold’s: xi. 159.

Ferguson’s “Astronomy”: Brewster’s edition of, mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 350.

Ferrar, Nicholas: alluded to (M.), xvi. 171.

“Festus,” by P. J. Bailey: (Later Crit.), xii. 241.

“Fifty Suggestions”: (E. and M), xiv. 170.

“Filial Grief,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: extract from, viii. 133.

“Fire Legend, The — A Nightmare,” poem attributed to Poe: vii. 238-245.

First cause, a: (M.), xvi. 202.

“Flaccus” (Thomas Ward): poetry of (Maturer Crit.), xi. 160.

Flash, Alexander: ix. 73.

Flint, Timothy: (Autog.), xv. 151.

“Flora and Thalia,” by a Lady: (Early Crit.), ix. 43.

“Florence,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 157, 217.

“For Annie”: (poem), vii. 111-114; notes to, 216.

“Forest Hymn, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 298.

“Forest Life,” by Mrs. Kirkland: xv. 85.

“Forest Reverie, The,” poem attributed to Poe: vii. 233.

“Forgotten Heroes,” by Mary E. Hewitt: xiii. 99, xv. 290.

“Forsaken, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 178.

“Forsaken, The,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 158, 217, 224, 225.

“Fortune Hunter, The,” etc., by Mrs. A. C. Mowatt (Mrs. W. F. Ritchie): (Later Crit.), xii. 207.

Foster, G. G.: (Autog.), xv. 237.

Foster, Theodore: publisher, viii, 82.

Fouqué, Baron de la Motte: “Undine” of (Maturer Crit.), x. 30, xi. 247, xiii. 149.

“Four Beasts in One; The Homo-Cameleopard”: (tale), ii. 203-213; notes to, 375, 398.

Fourier, Charles: xiv. 179; reveries of (Eu.) xvi. 294.

Fox, Charles James: compared with Sir James Mackintosh, viii. 82.

Frailey, Charles S.: on “Secret Writing” (E. and M.), xiv. 136, et seq.

Francis, Charles S.: publisher of Writings of Charles Sprague (Maturer Crit.), x. 139.

Francis, John Wakefield: (Literati), xv. 25.

Franklin, Benjamin: (Int.), ii. (xi).

“Fraser’s Magazine”: xiii. 171.

French, James S.: “Elkswatara [[Elkswatawa]],” etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 116; in “Autography,” xv. 219.

“Frenchman’s Story, The”: viii. 121.

Freneau, Philip: (Int.), ii. (xi), xi. 154.

“Friends of Man,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: extract from, viii. 133.

“Fringilla Melodia, The”: xii. 175.

Frogpondian Euphuists, the: (M.), xvi. 172.

Frogpondians, the: xiii. 5-8.

Frost, John: (Autog.), xv. 242.

Fruit, John Phelps: vii. (xvii).

Fuller, Sarah Margaret: xiii. 169, 195; in “The Literati,” xv. 73.

GALAXY, the: (Eu.), xvi. 270, et seq.

Gallagher, William Davis: “Erato” (Early Crit.), ix. 73; in “Autography,” xv. 223.

Garcia, Maria Felicia de (Mad. Malibran, Mad. de Bériot): (Maturer Crit.), x. 91.

“Gems, The Book of”: xii. 139.

Genius, the man of: (M.), xvi. 123; definition of, 163.

“George Balcombe,” by Beverley Tucker: (Early Crit.), ix. 243, xv. 195; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 142.

“George Barnwell”: xiii. 112.

George the Fourth: character of, xi. 97.

“Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents,” etc., by a Native Georgian: (Early Crit.), viii. 257.

“Geraldine,” by Rufus Dawes: xi. 135, xv. 191.

“Geraldine,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 171.

Gibbon, Edward: alluded to, viii. 227; style of, discussed, xiv. 92; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 14.

“Gift, A,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 177.

“Gift, The”: (annual), notice of, viii, 50.

Gilbert, Davies: viii. 207.

Gill, W. Fearing: letters of, to Prof. Harrison, vii. 244, 245; xi. 243, note.

Gillespie, William Mitchell: (Literati) xv. 19; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 93.

Glass, Francis, “A Life of George Washington”: (Early Crit.), viii. 103.

God and the soul: impotence of thought on (M.), xvi. 135.

“God Bless the Mariner,” by Mary E. Hewitt: xii. 255, xiii. 100, xv. 289.

Godey, Louis Antoine: (Autog.), xv. 218.

“Godey’s Lady’s Book”: xv. (v), xvi. (v).

Godhead, the: (Eu.), xvi. 205.

Godwin, William: “Lives of the Necromancers,” etc. (Early Crit.), viii. 92; “Caleb Williams” (E. and M.), xiv. 193; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 48.

Goethe: (Int.), ii. (viii).

“Gold-Bug, The”: (tale), v. 95-142; notes to, 321; variations in texts, 331; makes the cryptogram fashionable, xiv. (vii).

Goldsmith, Oliver: “Vicar of Wakefield” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 8.

“Good Breeding, the Canons of,” etc.: (Maturer Crit.), x. 45.

Goosequill, the, of Paulas Jovius: (M.), xvi. 168.

Gothic architecture: characteristics of (M.), xvi. 169.

Gould, Miss Hannah Flagg: Poems (Early Crit.), viii. 122, xiii. 18; in “Autography,” xv. 166, 196; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 38.

Gould, Kendall and Lincoln: publishers, xii. 250.

Gove, Mary S. G. (Mrs. Nichols): referred to, x. 197; in “The Literati,” xv. 61.

“Grace”: definition of (M.), xvi. 144.

Graham, George R.: (Autog.), xv. 213.

“Graham’s Magazine”: xi. 222, 224, xii. (vi), xiii. 54, xiv. (vii), xvi. (v).

“Grammar of the English Language,” by Hugh A. Pue: (Maturer Crit.), x. 167.

Grammar, the English, of Goold Brown: (E. and M.), xiv. 212.

“Grant, Mrs., of Laghan”: ix. 70.

Grattan, Thomas Colley: “Highways and By-ways” of (M.), xvi. 140.

Gravina, L’)Abbate: on vocal music, x. 42.

Gravity, Newtonian law of: (Eu.) xvi. 214.

Gray, Captain: ix. 211.

“Grayling, or Murder will out,” by W. G. Simms: xiii. 96.

“Great Descender, The,” by Thomas Ward: xi. 163.

“Great Refiner, The,” by H. F. Gould: viii. 136.

“Greek Boy, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 292.

Greek drama and dramatists: viii. 43, et seq., xii. 132.

Greeley, Horace: xiv. 179; in “Autography,” xv. 250.

Green, Duff, publisher: viii. 12.

Greenwood, F. W. P.: (Maturer Crit.), x. 81.

“Greyslaer,” by Charles F. Hoffman: xv. 119.

Grigg and Elliot: publishers, ix. 36.

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot: his nomenclature and arrangement of Poe’s writings, x. (v); “The Poets and Poetry of America” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 124, 220; “Mr. Griswold and the Poets,” 147; Introduction to Milton’s Prose Works, xii. 244; mentioned, xiii. 16, 78; comments of, on Bryant, 130; manipulates Poe’s “Literati” papers, xv. (ix), 263; in “Autography,” 215; his version of the “Marginalia,” xvi. (v).

Grund, Francis L.: xi. 221.

“Guido and other Poems,” by Emma C. Embury: xv. 90.

“Guy Fawkes, or the Gunpowder Treason,” by W. H. Ainsworth: (Maturer Crit.), x. 214.

“Guy Rivers,” by W. G. Simms: xv. 193.

HALE, MRS. SARAH JOSEPHA: “Traits of the American Life” (Early Crit.), viii. 117; “Alice Ray” (Later Crit.), xii. 259; in “Autography,” xv. 171, 203.

Hall, Basil: “Skimmings,” etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 170.

Hall, Baynard Rust: “A New and Compendious Latin Grammar” (Early Crit.), ix. 166.

Hall, Harrison: publisher, viii. 108; ix. 166.

Hall, James: “Sketches of History, etc., in the West” (Early Crit.), viii. 108.

Hall, S. C: editor of “The Book of Gems” (Early Crit.), ix. 91; editor of “Old English Poetry,” xii. 139.

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: “Alnwick Castle” (Early Crit.), viii. 275; mentioned, 338; poems of (Maturer Crit.), xi. 190; mentioned, xiii. 165; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 49, 150, 189.

Hamilton, Alexander: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Hannibal (M.): xvi. 5.

Hanno, the Carthaginian: allusion to (M.), xvi. 93.

“Hans Phaall”: ii. 42-108; suggested the “Moon Hoax,” xv. 128.

“Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour, The”: (poem), vii. 20; notes to, 154.

“Harbinger, The”: xiii. 27.

Harper and Brothers: publishers, viii. 43, 51, 74, 92, 94, 103, 111, 143, 169, 178, 214, 229, 239, 256, 265, 319; ix. 1, 13, 17, 33, 51, 66, 80, 83, 106, 116, 126, 243, 266, 268, 306; x. 114, 160, 162; xi. 115; xii. 129, 162.

Harring, Harro: defence of, by Sarah Margaret Fuller, xv. 73, 74.

“Harry Franco,” nom de plume of Charles F. Briggs: xv. 20, 263.

Harry Lorrequer, nom de plume of Charles Lever: xi. 86.

Harte, Mr.: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 354.

Hatch and Dunning: publishers, vii. (xvi).

“Haunted Heart, The,” by Mary L. Lawson: xi. 232.

“Haunted House,” Hood’s: (E. and M.), xiv. 284.

“Haunted Palace, The”: (poem), vii. 83; notes to, 200.

Hawks, Francis Lister: “Contributions to Ecclesiastical History,” etc. (Early Crit.), viii. 239; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 36, 205.

“Hawks of Hawk Hollow, The”: (Early Crit.), viii. 63.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: (Int.), ii. (xiii, et seq.); “Twice-Told Tales” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 102, 104, xiii. 141, et seq.; Poe’s last word on, xii. (vi); in “The Literati,” xv. 3; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 42.

Haxall, Robert W.: “Diseases of the Abdomen,” etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 164.

Hazlitt, William: ix. 140; “The Characters of Shakspeare” (Later Crit.), xii. 226.

Headley, Henry: “Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry,” xii. 103.

Headley, Joel Tyler: “The Sacred Mountains” (Later Crit.), xiii. 202.

“Health, A,” poem by Edward C. Pinckney: (M.), xvi. 143.

Heath, James E.: (Autog.), xv. 241.

Heber, Bishop: ix. 198.

Heine, Heinrich: (Int.), ii. (xxiii).

“Heiress of Brandsby, The”: viii. 120.

Helvelius: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 352.

Hemans, Mrs. Felicia: compared with Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, viii. 124; “Memorials of,” by H. F. Chorley (Early Crit.), ix. 195; compared with Mrs. Norton, x. 101; mentioned, xiii. 188; “Hymn for Christmas” (M.), xvi. 141.

Henry, Caleb Sprague: (Autog.), xv. 197.

Henry, Francis, Earl of Bridgewater: viii. 206.

Henry, Patrick: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Henry, Prof. R. C.: (Literati), xv. 36.

Hephestion, Ptolemy: Nubian geographer (Eu.), xvi. 187.

Herbert, Henry William: (Autog.), xv. 206.

“Hercules and Omphale,” by Mary E. Hewitt: xii. 259, xiii. 104, xv. 290.

“Heroine, The,” Barrett’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 76.

Herschel, Sir John: on the stellar systems (Eu.), xvi. 297, 300; mentioned, 353.

Hewitt, Mary Elizabeth: “The Songs of Our Land,” etc. (Later Crit.), xii. 254, xiii. 98; in “The Literati,” xv. 123, 288.

“High-Binders,” the: (M.), xvi. 53.

“High-Ways and By-Ways,” Grattan’s: (M.), xvi. 63.

Hill, George: poems of (M.), xvi. 143.

Hilliard, Gray, and Co.: publishers, viii. 122.

“Him we will seek,” poem by C. P. Cranch: xv. 70.

Hirst, Henry B.: “The Coming of the Mammoth,” etc. (Later Crit.), xii. 166; review of (Later Crit.), xiii. 209; plagiarism from, by Thomas Dunn English, xv. 65, 267.

“Historical Sketch of the Second War between the United States and Great Britain,” by Charles J. Ingersoll: (Later Crit.), xii. 252.

Hoback, John: ix. 228.

Hoffman, Charles Fenno: viii. 120, xi. 241; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 118, 250.

Hoffman, David: (Autog.), xv. 232.

Hog[g], “The Ettrick Shepherd”: (Eu.), xvi. 189, et seq.

Holden, Ezra: (Autog.), xv. 212.

“Hollow of the Three Hills, The,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 112.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: (Int.), ii. (xv, et seq.), xi. 126, 130, 237; in “The Literati “ and “Autography,” xv. 38, 256.

“Homo-Cameleopard, The”: ii. 203.

Hood, Thomas: (Later Crit.), xii. 213, et seq, , 233, 235; “Fair Ines” (E. and M.), xiv. 283; “Haunted House,” 284; “Bridge of Sighs,” 284; characteristics of (M.), xvi. 177.

Hood, Theodore: viii. 223.

Hooke, Dr.: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 351.

Hooker, Herman: publisher, xii. 244.

“Hop-Frog”: (tale), vi. 216-228; notes to, 296, 301.

Hopkinson, Francis: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Hopkinson, Joseph: (Autog.), xv. 162, 201.

Horace: phrase wrongly attributed to (M.), xvi. 47.

Horne, Richard H.: “Orion” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 249; his “Chaucer Modernized” (E. and M.), xiv. 233.

“Horse-Shoe Robinson,” J. P. Kennedy’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 4, xv. 184.

“How to Write a Blackwood Article”: (tale), ii. 269-282; notes to, 391, 399.

Howard, Henry: English artist, on imitation, xi. 87.

“Howe’s Masquerade,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 112.

Howitt, William: “Visits to Remarkable Places,” etc. (Maturer Crit.), x. 112.

Hoyt, Ralph: “A Chaunt of Life and other Poems” (Later Crit.), xii. 193; in “The Literati,” xv. 37.

Hudson, Henry N.: Lectures of (Later Crit.), xiii. 26; antithesis the aim of (M.), xvi. 83; blunders of, 90.

Hugo, Victor: sarcastic allusion to (M.), xvi. 91.

“Human Magnetism,” etc., by W. Newnham: (Later Crit.), xii. 121.

Humboldt, Alexander von, “Cosmos” of: (Eu.), xvi. 186; on the motions of the stars, 299.

Hunt, Freeman: editor of “Merchants’) Magazine” (Literati), xv. 40; N. P. Willis on, 41.

Hunt, Leigh: (Later Crit.), xii. 237, xiii. 171; on “The Principle of Variety in Uniformity” (E. and M.), xiv. 220; his attempt at defining poetry (M.), xvi. 111.

Hunt, Wilson Price: ix. 216, et seq.

Hunter of the Prairies, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 288.

Hunter’s Vision, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 286.

“Hunter’s Vow, The”: viii. 120.

Huntley: See Sigourney, Lydia Howard.

Hurst Bishop John F.: his copy of the “Eureka,” xvi. (v), 319.

“Hymn”: vii. 58; notes to, 193.

“Hymn to Aristogeiton and Harmodius”: attributed to Poe, vii. 250.

“Hymn for Christmas,” by Mrs. Hemans: (M.), xvi. 141.

“Hymn to Intellectual Beauty,” Shelley’s: quoted. viii. 283, note.

“Hyperion: a Romance,” by Longfellow: (Maturer Crit.), x. 39.

IAMBUS, the: xi. 226.

Ide, A. M.: signature to poems attributed to Poe, vii. 232, 234, 235.

“Ideals and other Poems,” by A. H. Perkins: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 114.

Idumea: prophecies regarding (M.), xvi. 63.

“If He Can,” by Mrs. S. F. [[F. S.]] Osgood: xiii. 118, 184.

Iglesias, “Alexis” of, trans, by Bryant: ix. 296.

“Iliad, The”: xiii. 151; a series of lyrics, xiv. 267.

Imagination, range of the: (M.), xvi. 155.

“Imp of the Perverse, The”: (tale), vi. 145-153; notes to, 287, 300.

Impressions, our first: (M.), xvi. 91.

Inaugural Address of Rev. D. L. Carroll, D.D.: (Early Crit.), viii. 116.

“Indian Girl’s Lament,” Bryant’s: ix. 289.

“Indian Serenade,” by W. G. Simms: quoted, x. 51.

“Indicator and Companion, The,” by Leigh Hunt: (Later Crit.), xii. 237.

Inditing tends to the logicalization of thought: (M.), xvi. 87.

“Infatuation,” poem by Park Benjamin: reviewed (Later Crit.), xii. 107, note, 109, xiii. 165.

“Infidel, The”: (Early Crit.), viii. 32.

“Infinity,” need of the word: (Eu.), xvi. 200, et seq.

Ingersoll, Charles Jared: “Historical Sketch of the Second War,” etc. (Later Crit.), xii. 252.

Ingraham, Joseph H.: (Early Crit.), ix. 106; in “Autography,” xv. 188.

“Innocent Child and Snow-White Flower,” Bryant’s: ix. 294.

Inscription, an admirable: (M.), xvi. 87.

International copyright, the question of: (M.), xvi. 78.

Introduction, Author’s, to “Literati of New York City”: xv. 1.

“I Promessi Sposi,” by Alessandro Manzoni: (Early Crit.), viii. 12.

Irradiation: the laws of (Eu.), xvi. 225, et seq.

Irving, Theodore, “The Conquest of Florida,” etc.: (Early Crit.), viii. 37.

Irving, Washington: (Int.), ii. (xiv, et seq.); “Crayon Miscellany,” viii. 91, 219; “Astoria” (Early Crit.), ix. 207; meeting of, with the Davidsons, x. 174; mentioned, xiii. 153; in “Autography,” xv. 153, 182.

“Isabel,” by H. T. Tuckerman: xv. 217.

“Isabelle,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 169.

“Isadore,” by Chivers: vii. 276.

“Island of the Fay, The”: (tale), iv. 193-199; notes to, 307, 322.

“Israfel”: (poem), vii. 47; notes to, 172-175.

Italian opera suggests chorus of turkeys: (M.), xvi. 174.

“JACK CADE,” drama by R. T. Conrad: xv. 233.

Jackson, William: publisher, ix. 103.

James, George Payne Rainsford: author of Lives of Cardinal Richelieu, Count Oxenstiern, etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 168; “Corse de Leon,” x. 160; novels of, xiv. 171.

James, J. A., and Co.: Publishers, ix. 78.

Jefferson, Thomas: (Int.), ii. (xi); ix. 214.

Jeffries, ——— : viii. (App.), 334, 338.

Jenkins, Edward O.: publisher, xii. 201.

Jewsbury, Miss: compared with Mrs. Hemans, ix. 201.

“John Waters,” nom de plume of Henry Cary: xv. 67.

Johnson, Samuel: Dictionary of, ix. 104; on travelling (M.), xvi. 175.

Jones, J. Beauchamp: (Autog.), xv. 235.

Jones, William Alfred: xiii. 193.

“Joseph Rushbrook, or the Poacher,” by Captain Marryat: (Maturer Crit.), x. 197.

“Journal of Frances Anne Butler”: (Early Crit.), viii. 19.

“Journal of a Residence in Greece,” by Francis Lieber: xv. 202.

“Journal of Julius Rodman, The”: (tale), iv. 9-101; notes to, 277.

“June,” Bryant’s: ix. 293, xiii. 134, xiv. 278.

“Junius”: the authorship of, xi. 101.

KANT, IMMANUEL: (Eu.), xvi. 188.

Kean, Edmund: ix. 199.

Keats, John: (Int.), ii. (xxv); xi. 76.

Keese, John: “Poets of America,” xi. 149; mentioned, xiii. 78.

Keill: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 353.

Keith, Dr.: on literal fulfilment of the prophecies, x. 11, et seq., 82, et seq., 179.

Kemble, Frances Anne (Mrs. Butler): viii. 19, 50, ix. 203.

Kennedy, John Pendleton: introduces Poe to T. W. White, viii. (vi); “Horse-Shoe Robinson” (Early Crit.), 4; in “Autography,” xv. 155, 184.

Kent, Charles W.: Introduction to vol. vii., ix-xxxiii.

Kepler: theories of (Eu.), xvi. 196; mentioned, 352.

Kettell, Samuel: “Specimens of American Poetry,” xi. 149.

Key and Biddle: publishers, viii. 122.

Kidd, John: mentioned, viii. 207.

King, Charles: associated with Charles F. Hoffman, xv. 118.

“King Pest. A Tale Containing an Allegory”: (tale), ii. 168-184; notes to, 367-370, 397.

Kirby, William: mentioned, viii. 207.

Kirkland, Caroline Matilda: (Literati), xv. 84.

Kirkland, William: (Literati), xv. 23.

“Knickerbocker Magazine, The”: xv. 67, 114, 121.

“Knight’s Epitaph, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 284.

Knowledge of the world: (M.), xvi. 162.

Koopman, Henry L.: librarian of Brown University, vii. 266.

“LA BELLE ASSEMBLÉE”: xiii. 186.

“Lady Geraldine’s Courtship”: vii. 288, xii. 16, xiv. 182.

“Lady of Lyons, The”: notice of (M.), xvi. 109.

“Lafitte: the Pirate of the Gulf,” by Prof. J. H. Ingraham: (Early Crit.), ix. 106.

La Harpe, Jean François: (M.), xvi. 32.

“Lake, The: to ——”: (poem), vii. 21; notes to, 155.

“Lalla Rookh,” Moore’s: xiii. 144.

Lamartine: mentioned (E. and M.), xiv. 268.

Lamb, Charles: ix. 140.

“Lament of Adam, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 178.

Landor, William: (Autog.), xv. 198.

“Landor’s Cottage”: (tale), vi. 255-271; notes to, 297, 301.

“Landscape Garden, The”: (tale), iv. 259-271; notes to, 320, 323.

Langley, J. and G. H.: publishers, xiii. 13.

Langtree, S. D.: reviews Longfellow, xi. 82; in “Autography,” xv. 232.

Lanier, Sidney: (Int.), ii. (xv, et seq.).

Laplace and the law of gravity: (Eu.), xvi. 223; nebular cosmogony of, 245, 248, note.

Lardner, Dionysius: (M.), xvi. 20, et seq.

“Latin Grammar, A New and Compendious,” etc., by B. R. Hall: (Early Crit.), ix. 166.

Latrobe, Charles Joseph: “The Rambler in North America” (Early Crit.), viii. 111.

Lavant: signature to satire “The Poets and Poetry of America,” attributed to Poe, vii. 246.

“La Vega,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 224, 225.

Lawson, James: (Literati), xv. 83, 270.

Lawson, Mary L.: “The Haunted Heart,” xi. 232.

“Lay of the Brown Rosarie, The,” Elizabeth Barrett’s: xii. 15.

“Lays of Many Lands,” by Mrs. Hemans: ix. 200.

Lea and Blanchard: publishers, x. 45, 49, 96, 110, 133, 142, 174, 195, 206, 212, 214, 221; xi. 10, 38, 98, 205; xii. 252.

Leavitt, Lord and Co.: publishers, viii. 122, ix. 24.

Lee, Z. Collins: Address of, before Baltimore Lyceum, etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 206.

Legare, Hugh Swinton: (Autog.), xv. 215.

“Legend of Brittany, The,” Lowell’s: xi. 244, xiii. 168.

“Legends of a Log Cabin,” by a Western Man: (Early Crit.), viii. 120.

Leggett, William: associated with Bryant in “New York Evening Post,” x. 86.

L. E. L. [Letitia E. Landon]: “Life and Literary Remains of,” by Laman Blanchard (Maturer Crit.), x. 195.

Lemmonnier, C.: “A Synopsis of Natural History,” etc. (Maturer Crit.), x. 26.

“Lenore,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 24, xv. 100.

“Lenore”: (poem), vii. 53; notes to, 182-187.

Le Roy and Hoyt: publishers, xii. 193.

Leslie, Eliza: editor of “The Gift, viii. 50; in “Autography,” xv. 152, 198.

Leslie, Professor: quoted in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 350.

Lester, Charles Edwards: translator of “Ettore Fieramosca” (Later Crit.), xii. 223.

“Letter to an Absent Friend,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 114.

“Letter to C ——” : vii. (xxxv-xliii).

“Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge”: (Early Crit.), ix. 51.

“Letters Descriptive of the Virginia Springs,” etc., by “Peregrine Prolix”: (Early Crit.), ix. 79.

“Letters of Major Jack Downing,” by Seba Smith: xv. 200.

“Letters to Young Ladies,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: (Early Crit.), ix. 64.

Lever, Charles (Harry Lorrequer): “Charles O’)Malley” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 85.

Lewis and Clarke: expedition of, ix. 212.

Lewis, Sarah Anna: (Later Crit.), xiii. 155, 215.

Lewis, S. D.: xiii. 156, 216.

Lewis, Tayler, “Plato Contra Atheos,” etc.: (Later Crit.), xii. 162.

“Library of American Books,” Wiley and Putnam: (Later Crit.), xii. 247.

“Library of Choice Reading,” Wiley and Putnam: (Later Crit.), xii. 213, 226, 233, 235, 237, 239, xv. 58.

Lieber, Francis: “Reminiscences of Niebuhr the Historian,” etc. (Early Crit.), viii. 162; in “Autography,” xv. 170, 202.

“Life on the Lakes,” etc.: (Early Crit.), ix. 77.

“Ligeia”: (tale), ii. 248-268; notes to, 385-391, 399.

“Light of the Lighthouse, The,” by Epes Sargent: quotation from, xv. 93.

“Lily of Nithsdale,” the: (M.), xvi. 81.

“Lines on Hearing Triumphant Music,” by C. P. Cranch: xv. 72.

“Lines on the Death of Joseph Rodman Drake,” by Fitz-Greene Halleck: viii. 316, xi. 201, xv. 54.

“Lines Written in the Notch of the White Mountains,” by Mary E. Hewitt: xiii. 100.

“Linwoods, The,” by C. M. Sedgwick: (Early Crit.), viii. 94, xv. 109.

“Lionizing”: (tale), ii. 35-41; notes to, 323-330.

Lippincott, J. B., and Co.: publishers, x. 105.

Lisa, Manuel: ix. 227.

Literary criticism: public attention in America directed to, xi. 1.

“Literary Gazette, The”: originated by James Aldrich, xv. 62.

“Literary Gazette, The” (London): on Mrs. F. S. Osgood’s Poems, xiii. 107, 186.

“Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq., The”: (tale), vi. 1-27; notes to, 275, 298.

Literary morality: need of reform in (M.), xvi. 153.

“Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt,” by E. L. Bulwer: (Early Crit.), ix. 140.

“Literary Small Talk”: (E. and M.), xiv. 90-94.

“Literati” papers: appear in “Godey’s Lady’s Book, xv. (vii); create a sensation, (viii).

“Literati, The, of New York City”: xv. 1-137.

Literature, American: Poe’s place in (Int.), ii. (viii-xxxiii); beginnings of, found in records of explorations, etc., (xi); new note of, heard in Charles Brockden Brown, (xii); the coming of Poe and Hawthorne into, (xiii); distinctive notes of early, (xv); Irving, Cooper, Bryant, Emerson, Longfellow, Lowell, Holmes, Whittier, Lanier, and Whitman in, (xiv, xv); the New England writers breaking away from the old forms of, and feeling after new ways of speech, (xvi); distinctive place of Poe in, (xvii); the imaginative genius of the South first manifested in Poe, (xix); New York literature, xv. 5; criticism in (M.), xvi. 172.

Little and Brown: publishers, xv. 73.

“Lives of the Cardinal de Richelieu, Count Oxenstiern, Count Olivarez, and Cardinal Mazarin,” by G. P. R. James: (Early Crit.), ix. 168.

“Lives of the Necromancers,” Godwin’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 92.

“Living Lost, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 285.

Locke, John: portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 326.

Locke, Miss.: See Osgood, Frances S.

Locke, Richard Adams: in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 126, 259.

“Locksley Hall,” Tennyson’s: xiv. 182.

Logic, the science of: (Eu.), xvi. 240.

“London Assurance,” Boucicault’s: xv. 30.

“London Quarterly Review, The”: viii. (viii), 112, x. 11, xiii. 31.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: (Int.), ii. (xiv, et seq.); “Hyperion” (Maturer Crit.), x. 39; “Voices of the Night” reviewed, 71; “Midnight Mass for the Dying Year,” 76; “Ballads and Other Poems” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 64, 68; silence of, under Poe’s criticism, xii. (vi); alluded to, xiii. 3, 11, 170; “Spanish Student,” 54, et seq.; “Waif” quoted, xiv. 276; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 4, 191; review of, by Sarah Margaret Fuller, 73; an audacious imitator (M.), xvi. 97.

“Longfellow-Outis War, The”: account of (Later Crit.), xii. (viii), 41-106.

Longfellownian hexameter: specimens of (E. and M.), xiv. 263.

Lord, William W.: poems of, reviewed (Later Crit.), xii. 146; his poem of “Niagara,” xv. 76; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 103, x50.

Lorrequer, Harry: See Lever, Charles.

“Loss of Breath. A Tale neither in nor out of Blackwood”: (tale), ii. 151-167; notes to, 356-367, 397.

“Lost Pleiad, The, and Other Poems,” by T. H. Chivers: (Later Crit.), xii. 201.

Loud, Mrs. M. St. Leon: (Autog.), xv. 230.

Lowell, James Russell: (Int), ii. (xiv, et seq.), xi. 125; “Poems” by (Maturer Crit.), 243; “A Fable for the Critics” (Later Crit.), xiii. 165; in “Autography,” xv. 239; “Conversations” of (M.), xvi. 69.

Lucian: epigram of, xiv. 175.

Lunt, George: (Autog.), xv. 216.

Luther, Martin: features of, in Walsh’s “Didactics “ (Early Crit.), viii. 326.

Lyell, Charles: (M.), xvi, 3.

Lynch, Anne Charlotte: (Literati), xv. 116.





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