Text: Edgar Allan Poe (ed. J. A. Harrison), “General Index to vols. II-XVI [M-Z],” 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.]]

See Vols. I. and XVII. for indices to those volumes.

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MABIE, HAMILTON WRIGHT: on Poe’s place in American literature (Int.), ii. (vii-xxxiii).

Macaulay, Thomas Babington: “Critical and Miscellaneous Essays” of (Maturer Crit.), x. 156, xiii. 193, et seq., xiv. 191; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 37; overrates Tickell, 47.

McCabe, John C.: (Autog.), xv. 231.

M’Dougal, Duncan: ix. 216, et seq.

“McFingal”: xiii. 167.

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

McJilton, J. N.: (E. and M.), xiv. 138; in “Autography,” xv. 223.

M’Kay, Alexander: ix. 215, et seq.

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander: ix. 212.

M’Kenzie, Donald: ix. 216, et seq.

Mackintosh, Sir James: compared with Charles J. Fox, as an historian, viii. 82.

M’Lellan, Robert: ix. 225.

McMakin, Andrew: (Autog.), xv. 229.

McMichael, Morton: (Autog.), xv. 224.

Madison, James: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Mädler: hypothesis of (Eu.), xvi. 294, et seq.

“Madrid in 1835”: (Early Crit.), ix. 157.

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

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

Magazine literature: E. A. Duyckinck on, xiv. 73; increase of (M.), xvi. 82; importance of, 117.

“Magazine Prison-House, Some Secrets of the”: (E. and M.), xiv. 160.

Magazines: early appearance of (M.), xvi. 46.

Magdalen, Mary: (M.), xvi. 8.

“Magician, The”: poem attributed to Poe, vii. 255.

“Magician,” the modern: (M.), xvi. 163.

Magnetic Pole, the: viii. 87.

“Magnetism, Human”: discussed (M.), xvi. 113.

“Mahmoud”: (Early Crit.), viii. 256.

“Maiden Lamenting for her Fawn,” by Marvell: quoted, ix. 100.

“Malibran, Madame [Maria Felicia Garcia], Memoirs and Letters of,” by the Countess de Merlin: (Maturer Crit.), x. 91; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 44.

“Mammoth Squash, The”: poem attributed to Poe, vii. 236.

Man: the dignity of (M.), xvi. 161; a denizen of the universe, 167.

“Man of the Crowd, The”: (tale), iv. 134-145; notes to, 287, 322.

“Man that was Used Up, The”: (tale), iii. 259-272; notes to, 335.

Manly, H.: publisher, viii. 265.

Manly, L.: ignores Chivers, vii. 268.

Mantuanus: quotation from (M.), xvi. 47.

Manuscript as affording an indication of character: (M.), xvi. 18.

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

“Marco Bozzaris,” by Fitz-Greene Halleck: viii. 310, xi. 203, xv. 53, et seq.

Mare Tenebrarum, the: (Eu.), xvi. 187.

“Marginalia”: xvi. 1-177; restored to its original condition, (v, vi).

“Marius Amid the Ruins of Carthage,” by L. M. Child: xv. 105.

Maroncelli, Piero: (Literati), xv. 43.

Marryat, Capt. Frederick: popularity of, x. 197.

Marsh, Capen, Lyon, and Webb: publishers, x. 81.

Marshall, Chief-Justice: Discourse on, by Judge Story; Eulogium on, by Horace Binney (Early Crit.), viii. 114; in “Autography,” xv. 157.

“Martin Faber,” by W. G. Simms: xiii. 93, xv. 193.

Martin, Joseph: author and publisher of “A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia,” (Early Crit.), viii. 211.

Marvell, Andrew: quotation from, ix. 101, xii. 143.

“Mary,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“Mary Clavers,” nom de plume of Mrs. Kirkland: xv. 84.

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

“Mary Orme,” pseudonym of Mary Gove: xv. 61.

“Masque of the Red Death, The”: (tale), iv. 250-258; notes to, 319, 323.

“Massacre of Scio, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 289, xiii. 139, 140.

Masson, Michel: (M.), xvi. 36, note.

“Master Humphrey’s Clock,” Dickens’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 142.

Mather, Cotton: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Matter: conception of (Eu.), xvi. 206, 242.

Mathews, Cornelius: “Wakondah” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 25; “Big Abel and the Little Manhattan” (Later Crit.), xiii. 77; criticism of, 169, 170; xiv. 184; one of the originators and editors of “Arcturus,” xv. 59; in “Autography,” 249.

Matthias, Benjamin: (Autog.), xv. 212.

Mattson, Morris: “Paul Ulric” (Early Crit.), viii. 178.

“Maury’s Navigation”: (Early Crit.), ix. 48.

Maxwell, William: “A Memoir of the Rev. John H. Rice, D.D.” (Early Crit.), viii. 101.

“May,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 179.

Mellen, Grenville: (Autog.), xv. 167, 186.

“Mellichampe,” by W. G. Simms: xv. 193.

“Mellonta Tauta”: (tale), vi. 197-215; notes to, 295, 300.

“Memoirs of an American Lady”: (Early Crit.), ix. 70.

“Mephistopheles in England”: (Early Crit.), viii. 42.

“Mercedes of Castile,” by J. Fenimore Cooper: (Maturer Crit.), x. 96.

“Merchants’) Magazine, The”: edited by Freeman Hunt (Literati), xv. 40.

Mercier, Louis Sébastien: (M.), xvi. 36, note.

Merlin, Countess de: “Memoirs and Letters of Madame Malibran,” x. 91; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 45, note.

“Mesmeric Revelation”: (tale), v. 241-254; notes to, 326.

“Messenger Star, The”: xiii. 9, 12.

“Metzengerstein”: (tale), ii. 185-196; notes to, 370-373, 397.

“Midnight Mass for the Dying Year,” Longfellow’s: compared with Tennyson’s “The Death of the Old Year,” x. 76, xii. 89; a piece of literary mosaic (M.), xv. 74, et seq.

“Midsummer,” Bryant’s: ix. 294.

Miles, Mrs. L.: “Phrenology,” etc. (Early Crit.), viii. 252.

Mill, John Stuart: (M.), xvi. 1, 38, 70; in “Eureka,” 193, et seq.

Miller, J.: publisher, xi. 249.

Miller, Joseph: (Autog.), xv. 139-177.

Milton, John: extract from poem, ix. 277; anthropomorphism of, xi. 21, note; quotation from “Comus,” xii. 102; “The Prose Works of” (Later Crit.), xii. 244; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 26.

“Minister’s Black Veil, The,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 111.

Minor, B. B.: editor of “Southern Literary Messenger,” viii. (xv.), note.

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

“Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern,” Motherwell’s: xii. 93; Longfellow’s acquaintance with, 95.

“Minute Men, The”: viii. 121.

Mirabeau: tact of, xiv. 171.

“Mirror, The New York”: viii. 279; Poe’s criticism of Longfellow in (Later Crit.), xii. 41; mentioned, xv. 88.

“Miserrimus,” by W. G. Simms: xiii. 93, 95.

Mitchell, John Kearsley: (Autog.), xv. 220.

Mitchell, T.: viii. 84.

Mitford, Miss: viii. 225.

Mob and people: distinction between (M.), xvi. 161.

“Molly Gray,” by James Aldrich: quoted, xv. 63.

Money-pouches, long: xiv. 173.

“Monody,” by Morton McMichael: xv. 224.

Montaigne: saying of (M.), xvi. 172.

Montgomery, James: viii. 88; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 10.

“Monthly Chronicle, The”: xiii. 186.

“Monument Mountain,” Bryant’s: ix. 290.

“Moon Hoax, The,” by R. A. Locke: xv. 127, et seq., 259.

Moon: luminosity of the (Eu.), xvi. 257.

Moore, Richard Channing: viii. 251.

Moore, Thomas: viii. 223; “Alciphron: a Poem” (Maturer Crit.), x. 60; “a fanciful poet,” xii. 38, xiv. 183; “Come, Rest in this Bosom,” 282; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 27.

Moral courage: (M.), xvi. 162.

“Morella”: (tale), ii. 27-34; notes to, 318-322, 396.

Morier, James: “Journey through Persia” of, quoted, x. 7.

Morris, George P.: (Maturer Crit.), x. 41; selection of poetry by, xi. 149; in “Autography,” XV. 221.

Morris, Robert: (Autog.), xv. 211.

Moses: account of creation by (M.), xvi. 35.

“Mosses from an Old Manse,” Hawthorne’s: xiii. 142.

“Mother’s Prayer in Illness, A,” by [[Mrs.]] F. S. Osgood: xv. 102.

Motherwell, William: “Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern,” and “The Bonnie George Campbell,” xii. 93; “The Song of the Cavalier” (E. and M.), xiv. 291.

Mowatt, Mrs. Anna Cora (Mrs. W. F. Ritchie): “The New Comedy” (“Fashion”) (Later Crit.) xii. 112; “Prospects of the Drama,” 124; criticism of her acting, 184-192, 210; “The Fortune Hunter,” etc., 207; in “The Literati,” xv. 27; quotation from, 28; “Fashion,” 92.

“Mr. Higginbotham’s Catastrophe,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 111.

“MS. Found in a Bottle”: (tale), ii. 1-15; notes to, 307-313, 396.

Müller, J. G. A.: (M.), xvi. 40, note.

Munroe, James, and Co.: publishers, xi. 102, 104.

Murchison, Roderick I.: (M.), xvi. 3.

“Murders in the Rue Morgue, The”: (tale), iv. 146-192; notes to, 288, 322.

“Music Box, The,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 182; xv. 281.

Music: nature of, x. 41; equality of sounds the principle of (E. and M.), xiv. 219; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 163; possibilities of, 171.

Mussey, Benjamin P.: publisher, xii. 241.

“Mutation,” sonnet by Bryant: ix. 295.

“My Native Lake,” by Margaret Miller Davidson: quoted, x. 177.

“Mysteries of Paris”: review of (M.), xvi. 104.

“Mystery of Marie Rogêt, The”: (tale), v. 1-66; notes to, 313-316; variations in texts, 330.

“Mystification”: (tale), iv. 102-113; notes to, 278, 321.

“NARRATIVE OF A. GORDON PYM”: (tale), iii. 1-242; notes to, 243; 329, 347.

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

“Naval Affairs, Report of the Committee on”: (Early Crit.), ix. 84.

Neal, John: Poe and, vii. 251; xii. 49; xiii. 78, 154; in “Autography,” xv. 154, 204; characteristics of (M.), xvi. 152.

Neal, Joseph Clay: “Charcoal Sketches” of, x. 206; in “Autography,” xv. 199.

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

“Never Bet the Devil Your Head”: (tale), iv. 213-226; notes to, 309, 323.

“New,” poem by Ralph Hoyt: quotation from, xii. 200.

“Newbern (N. C.) Spectator”: viii. (App.), 333.

“New England Coal,” Bryant’s: ix. 293.

“New England Tale, A,” by Catherine M. Sedgwick: xv. 108.

“New Home, A,” by Mrs. Kirkland: xv. 85.

Newnham, W.: “Human Magnetism” (Later Crit.), xii. 121; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 113.

“New Views,” by O. A. Brownson: xv. 194.

“New World, The”: xiii. 155, xv. 183.

New York the focus of American letters: (Literati), xv. 5.

“New York American, The”: xv. 67.

“New York Evening Post, The”: xiii. 140.

“New York Sun, The”: xv. 126, et seq.

“New York Tribune, The”: xv. 73.

“New Yorker, The”: xv. 183.

“Niagara and Other Poems,” by W. W. Lord: allusion to (M.), xvi. 103.

“Niagara,” by C. P. Cranch: xv. 71.

Nichol, Dr.: on Newtonian gravity (Eu.), xvi. 222, 297.

Nichols, Mrs.: See Gove, Mary S. G.

Nichols, Mrs. Rebecca S. Reed: poetry of (Later Crit.), xii. 110; in “Autography,” xv. 258.

“Niebuhr, the Historian, Reminiscences of,” etc., by Francis Lieber: (Early Crit.), viii. 162; genius of, alluded to, 227.

“Night and Morning,” Bulwer’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 114.

Noah, Major Mordecai Manuel: xiii. 10, 11; in “Autography,” xv. 172, 207.

“Noble Deeds of Woman”: (Early Crit.), viii. 238.

“Norman Leslie”: (Early Crit.), viii. 51, xv. 220.

“North American, The”: viii. 122.

“North American Review, The”: viii. 49, ix. 106, xiii. 143, 150, 155, xvi. 145.

Northrop, Captain: ix. 241.

Norton, Hon. Mrs.: “The Dream and Other Poems” (Maturer Crit.), x. 100; compared with Mrs. Hemans, 105.

Note by Poe (prefixed to “Poems of Youth,” edition of 1845): vii. (xlix).

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

Notoriety: thirst for (M.), xvi. 128.

“Novalis,” the nom de plume of Von Hardenberg: (M.), xvi. 98.

“November,” by Bryant: ix. 295.

“Nuts to Crack”: (Early Crit.), viii. 90.

“OBLONG, BOX, THE”: (tale), v. 274-289; notes to, 327; variations in texts, 333.

Occidente, Maria del: S. Anna Lewis compared with, xiii. 156.

O’Connell, Daniel: ix. 77.

“October,” by Bryant: ix. 294.

Odors: peculiar force of (M.), xvi. 31.

“Oh, Fairest of the Rural Maids,” Bryant’s: ix. 301, xiii. 134.

“Old,” by Ralph Hoyt: xii. 195, xv. 37.

“Old Bachelor,” the, of William Wirt: (Early Crit.), viii. 322.

“Old Curiosity Shop, The,” Dickens’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 142.

“Old English Poetry,” edited by S. C. Hall: (Later Crit.), xii. 139.

“Old Man” (governor of Canada), author of “Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau”: (Early Crit.), viii. 319.

“Old Man’s Carousal, The,” by J. K. Paulding: xiii. 16.

“Old Man’s Funeral, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 280.

“Old Wine to Drink”: song, not written by Henry Cary, xv. 67.

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

Originality: invectives against (M.), xvi. 67, 68.

“Orion: An Epic Poem in Three Books,” by R. H. Horne: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 249.

Osborn, Laughton: xiii. 168; in “The Literati,” xv. 44.

Osgood, Mrs. Frances Sargent: “Poems” of (Later Crit.), xiii. 17, et seq.; “Wreath of Wild Flowers from New England,” 105; compared with Maria Brooks and Amelia Welby, 125; in “Later Criticism,” 173; in “The Literati,” xv. 94, 271; charm of her poetry (M.), xvi. 144.

Otis, James F.: (Autog.), xv. 243.

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

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

“Outis”: Letter of, in relation to Poe’s charge of plagiarism (“Longfellow War”), xii. 46.

“Oval Portrait, The”: (tale), iv. 245-249; notes to, 316, 323.

Owen, John, publisher: x. 71; xi. 64, 68, 243.

“Owl, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 177, xiii. 209.

Oxenstiern, Count Axel: ix. 168, 169.

PAINE and Burgess: publishers, xii. 223.

Palaemon, Q. R. F.: (M.), xvi. 11, note.

“Palæstine”: (E. and M.), xiv. 1.

Palfrey, John Gorham: (Autog.), xv. 147, 208.

“Paradise Lost, The”: xiii. 151; a series of minor poems, xiv. 267.

“Paris and the Parisians in 1835,” by Frances Trollope: (Early Crit.), ix. 17.

Parker, Archbishop: extract from his “Psalms,” xi. 167.

Particle, the primordial: (Eu.), xvi. 207.

Parties in England, violence of: (M.), xvi. 95.

“Partisan, The,” by W. G. Simms: (Early Crit.), viii. 143, xv. 193.

Pascal: his definition of the Universe (M.), xvi. 204.

Patch, Sam: allusion to, xi. 163, 164, 173.

“Patriot, The Charleston”: on Poetry of E. A. Poe, xiii. 1.

“Paul Ulric”: (Early Crit.), viii. 178.

Paulding, James Kirke: viii. (x), 223, 338; “Slavery in the United States” (Early Crit.), 265; “Life of Washington,” ix. 13; in “Autography” xv. 146, 186.

Peabody, William Bourn Oliver: (Autog.), xv. 252.

“Penance of Roland, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xiii. 212.

“Peregrine Prolix”: pseudonym of author of “Pleasant Peregrinations through Pennsylvania,” etc. [[Phillip Holbrook Nicklin (1786-1842)]], ix. 36, 79.

Perkins, Algernon Henry: “Ideals and Other Poems” (Maturer Crit.), xi. 114.

Perkins and Marvin: publishers, ix. 164.

“Peter Pendulum”: (tale), iv. 122; notes to, 285.

“Peter Snook”: (E. and M.), xiv. 73.

Peterson, Charles J.: (Autog.), xv. 235.

“Petrarch, Life of,” by Thomas Campbell: (Maturer Crit.), x. 202.

“Philadelphia Saturday Courier, The”: xiii. 210.

“Philip Van Artevelde”: extract from Margaret Fuller’s review of, xv. 77.

Philips and Sampson: publishers, xii. 166.

Philosophy, Hegel on: (M.), xvi. 164.

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

“Philosophy of Furniture, The”: (E. and M.), xiv. 101.

“Philothea: a Romance,” by Mrs. L. M. Child: (Early Crit.), ix. 146, xv. 105.

“Pholas, The,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: viii. 132.

“Phrenology,” etc., by Mrs. L. Miles: (Early Crit.), viii. 252; treatment of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), 329.

“Pic Nic Papers, The,” edited by Charles Dickens: (Maturer Crit.), x. 206.

“Pickwick Club, Posthumous Papers of the,” by “Boz”: (Early Crit.), ix. 205.

Pierpont, John: (Autog.), xv. 192.

Pike, Albert: (Autog.), xv. 257.

“Pilgrim’s Progress, The,” Bunyan’s: xiii. 148.

“Pinakidia”: (E. and M.), xiv. 38-72; a storehouse for future use, (vi).

Pinckney, Edward Cotes [[Coote]]: his poem of “Health” quoted (E. and M.), xiv. 280.

“Pit and the Pendulum, The”: (tale), v. 67-87; notes to, 317- 319; variations in texts, 331.

Plagiarism (Later Crit.): xii. 41, et seq.

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

“Pleasant Peregrination, A, through the Prettiest Parts of Pennsylvania” [[by Nicklin]]: (Early Crit.), ix. 36. Poe-Chivers controversy, the, vii. (vi).

Poe, Edgar Allan: place of, in American literature, by Hamilton Wright Mabie (Int.), ii. (vii-xxxiii); and John Neal, vii. 251; and Chivers, 266-288; his first acknowledgment of compensation for literary work, viii. (vi); removes to Richmond, (viii); marries Virginia Clemm, (viii); receives increase of salary, (viii); criticises Fay’s “Norman Leslie,[[“]] (viii); his writings greatly increase the circulation of the “Messenger,” (viii); “Reply to his Critics” (App.), 333; eulogized by J. K. Paulding, (x); by Beverley Tucker, (xi); by James E. Heath, (xi); letter to the “Richmond Courier and Daily Compiler,” (xii); arrangement of his critical writings, x. (v); assisted by Charles Anthon, (viii); influence of Wilhelm von Schlegel on, (viii); character of his later criticism, xii. (v), et seq.; charges Longfellow with plagiarism, etc., 41, et seq.; poetry of, xiii. 1, et seq.; mention of, in Lowell’s “Fable for the Critics,” 172; posthumous paper of, 193; verbal features of the “Essays and Miscellanies,” xiv. (v); his manuscript a model for clearness, beauty, and correctness, (v); his compilatory work, (vi); the “Pinakidia” reveals his habit of storing up material for future use, (vi); his cryptographic principles, (vii); contributes “Literati” papers to “Godey’s Lady’s Book,” xv. (v); produces the “Autography” papers, (vii); in “Autography,” 175; his “Marginalia” restored to its original condition, xvi, (v, vi); his final revision of the “Eureka,” (v); notes of, to “Eureka,” 319; his Addenda to “Eureka,” 337; unpublished notes of, to “Eureka,” 347. (See Index to vol. i.)

Poems attributed to Poe: vii. 225.

“Poems,” by Frances S. Osgood: (Later Crit.), xiii. 17.

“Poems,” by Hannah F. Gould: (Early Crit.), viii. 122.

“Poems,” by William W. Lord: (Later Crit.), xii. 146.

“Poems Translated and Original,” by Mrs. E. F. Ellet: (Early Crit.), viii. 122.

Poet, The: vii. (ix-xxii).

“Poetic Principle, The”: (E. and M.), xiv. 266.

“Poetry,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: quoted, viii. 134.

Poetry: definition of, xi. 225-235; defined by Bielfeld (M.), xvi. 91.

“Poetry of Life, The,” by Sarah Stickney: (Early Crit.), viii. 173.

Poetry, The: vii. (xxii-xxv).

Poetry, Unpublished: vii. 258.

“Poets and Poetry of America, The,” by R. W. Griswold: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 124, 220, xiii. 188.

“Poets and Poetry of America, The”: satire attributed to Poe, vii. 246-249.

“Poet’s Daughter, The,” by Fitz-Greene Halleck: xv. 54.

“Poets of America,” by John Keese: xi. 149.

“Politian, Scenes from”: (poem), vii. 59-79; notes to, 194-197.

Pollock, Robert: mentioned (E. and M.), xiv. 268.

Pope, Alexander: quotations from “Dunciad” of, ix. 273, 274; the iambic pentameters of, xiv. 230; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 27.

Portrait painting: a passion in England, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 328.

“Posthumous Memoirs of his Own Time,” by Sir N. W. Wraxall: (Early Crit.), ix. 174.

“Power of Words, The”: (tale), vi. 139-144; notes to, 285, 300.

“Powhatan: a Metrical Romance in Seven Cantos,” by Seba Smith: (Maturer Crit.), x. 162, xv. 200.

“Prairies, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 282.

“Predicament, A. The Scythe of Time”: (tale), ii. 283-295; notes to, 391-395, 399.

Preface to the Poems: vii. (xlvii).

“Premature Burial, The”: (tale), v. 255-273; notes to, 327; variations in texts, 333.

“Presages, The,” poem by Mrs. E. O. Smith: xii. 231.

Preserved Fish: (M.), xvi. 168.

Prescott, William Hickling: xiii. 15.

“Princess,” Tennyson’s: quotation from (E. and M.), xiv. 289.

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

“Pröemus,” by Ralph Hoyt: extract from (Literati), xv. 38.

Prosody treated of: (E. and M.), xiv. 209, et seq.

“Prospects of the Drama,” by Mrs. A. C. Mowatt: (Later Crit.), xii. 124.

Prout, William, M.D.: viii. 207.

Puckle, Sir James: xii. 1; original metaphor of (M.), xvi. 87.

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

Punctuation, importance of: (M.), xvi. 130.

Puns: (M.), xvi. 167.

“Purloined Letter, The”: (tale), vi. 28-52; notes to, 277, 298.

Putnam, George Palmer: publisher, xiii. 165, 219, 225.

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

“QUACKS OF HELICON, THE,” by L. A. Wilmer: (Maturer Crit.), x. 182.

Quaintness: as illustrated by Elizabeth Barrett (M.), xvi. 159.

“Queen Mab,” Shelley’s: extract from, x. 63.

Quintilian: (M.), xvi. 3.

“RAIN IN SUMMER,” by Longfellow: xii. 231.

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

Randolph, John: imagery of (M.), xvi. 20.

Rationale of Verse, The: (E. and M.), xiv. 209.

Raumer, Frederick von: “England in 1835” (Early Crit.), ix. 53; “America and the American People” (Later Crit.), xiii. 13.

“Raven, The”: (poem), vii. 94-100; notes to, 208-212; compared with “The Ancient Mariner,” xii. 50; recited in Boston, xiii. 11; criticised by “The Harbinger,” 28; Poe’s analysis of (E. and M.), xiv. 195, et seq.

Raymond, Henry Jarvis: attacks N. P. Willis, in “Courier and Inquirer,” xv. 12.

Read, Thomas Buchanan: poetry of (M.), xvi. 144.

“Records of the Heart, The,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 155, 216, 224.

Redfield and Co.: xii. 241.

Redfield. J. S.: publisher, xii. 228, 234.

Reed, John: ix. 226.

Reformist philosophy and legislation: (M.), xvi. 170.

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

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

Reynolds, John N.: edits Glass’s “Life of Washington,” viii. 103; address of, on a Surveying and Exploring Expedition to the South Seas, etc. (Early Crit.), ix. 306; in “Autography,” xv. 159, 243.

“Rhapsody of Life’s Progress, A,” Elizabeth Barrett’s: xii. 15.

Rhetorician: the, rules of (M.), xvi. 129.

Rhyme: definition of (M.), xvi. 84.

Ricciolus: mentioned in notes to “Eureka,” xvi. 352, 353.

Rice, John Holt: Memoir of, by William Maxwell (Early Crit.), viii. 101.

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

Richardson, W. C.: reviews question of “Precursor of Poe,” vii. 266.

Richelieu, Cardinal de: xi. 127.

“Richmond Courier and Daily Compiler”: letter of Poe to, viii. (xii-xv).

“Rienzi,” Miss Mitford’s: viii. 225.

“Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes,” Bulwer’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 222.

“Rispah,” Bryant’s: ix. 289.

Ritchie, Leigh: “Russia and the Russians” (Early Crit.), ix. 75.

Ritchie, Mrs. W. F.: See Mowatt, Mrs. Anna Cora.

“Rivulet, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 281.

Rizner, Jacob: ix. 228.

“Rob of the Bowl,” by J. P. Kennedy: xv. 184.

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

Robinson, Edward: ix. 228.

Robinson, Joseph: publisher, ix. 185.

Rogers, Samuel: viii. 14.

Roget, Peter Mark: “Animal and Vegetable Physiology” (Early Crit.), viii. 206, 207, 210.

“Romance”: (poem), vii. 40; notes to, 163-165.

Romance writers: (M.), xvi. 170.

“Rome in Ruins,” sonnet by Quevedo: viii. 140.

Rose, Edward: ix. 229.

Ross, James Clark: viii. 87.

Ross, Sir John: viii. 87.

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

Royal, Anne: xii. 1.

“Ruins of Palenque,” by S. Anna Lewis: xiii. 155.

Russell, Odiorne and Metcalfe: publishers, viii. 1.

“Russia and the Russians,” etc., by Leigh Ritchie: (Early Crit.), ix. 75.

“Russian Fur Company, The”: ix. 213.

Rutledge, Edward: viii. 239.

“SACRED PHILOSOPHY OF THE SEASONS,” etc., by Henry Duncan: (Maturer Crit.), x. 81.

“Sacred Mountains, The,” by J. T. Headley: (Later Crit.), xiii. 202.

Sade, Abbé de: biographer of Petrarch, x. 203.

St. John, Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke: (Maturer Crit.), x. 171; compared with Cicero and Burke, x. 173.

“St. Louis Reveillé, The”: xiii. 5.

Sanderson, John: (Autog.), xv. 196.

Sargent, Epes: (Literati and Autog.), xv. 91, 252.

“Sargent’s Magazine”: xv. 91.

Satire in England: xii. 107; unknown in Russia or Austria, 107; in America, 107, et seq.

Satirical Poems: (Later Crit.), xii. 107.

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

Saunders and Otley: publishers, ix. 91, 140, 157, 195, 204.

Schlegel, Augustus William: on Euripides, viii. 47; and the “Antigone” of Sophocles, xii. 131; criticisms of, xiii. 43.

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

“Schwärmerei,” the German term: (M.), xvi. 166.

“Scotch School of Philosophy and Criticism, The”: (M.), xvi. 123.

Scott, Sir Walter: viii. 16, ix. 169, 199, 202, 203.

Sculpture, Greek: xii. 132.

“Scythe of Time, The”: (tale), ii. 283; notes to, 391-395, 399.

“Sea of the Mind, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 174.

“Secret Writing, A Few Words on”: (E. and M.), xiv. 114; Addendum to, 133.

“Secrets, Some, of the Magazine Prison-House”: (E. and M.), xiv. 160.

Sedgwick, Catherine Maria: “The Linwoods,” “Hope Leslie,” “Tales and Sketches” (Early Crit.), viii. 94, 160; “Biography of Lucretia Maria Davidson” (Maturer Crit.), x. 221; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv, 108, 149, 204.

“Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry”: quotation from, xii. 103.

Seneca: acuteness of (M.), xvi. 47.

“Seventy-Six,” Bryant’s: ix. 285.

“Shadow. A Parable”: (tale), ii. 147-150; notes to, 355, 397.

“Shakespeare Ode, The,” of Charles Sprague: x. 140, xv. 248.

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

“She Loves Him yet,” by [[Mrs.]] F. S. Osgood: xiii. 21, 122, 188; xv. 286.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe: viii. 283; extract from “Queen Mab,” x. 63, xi. 255, xii. 32, 34; poems of, quoted (E. and M.), xiv. 269; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 4, 148.

“Shells and Seaweeds,” by Epes Sargent: xv. 92.

Shenstone, William: Gerardin’s inscription to the memory of (M.), xvi. 43.

“Shepherd’s Hunting, The,” by Wither: quoted, ix. 98.

“Sheppard Lee,” a novel: (Early Crit.), ix. 126.

Sherwood, Doctor: practitioner of magnetic remedies, xv. 136.

Shew, Mrs. Marie Louise: mentioned, vii. (xxi).

Sidney, Sir Philip: xii. 102; portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 327.

“Signal, The”: xv. 183.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley: “Zinzendorff, and Other Poems” (Early Crit.), viii. 122; compared with Mrs. Hemans, 124; alluded to, 238, 338; “Letters to Young Ladies” (Early Crit.), ix. 64; in “Autography,” xv. 145, 187.

“Silence. A Fable”: (tale), ii. 220-224; notes to, 380, 398.

Simms, William Gilmore: “The Partisan” (Early Crit.), viii. 143; “The Damsel of Darien” (Maturer Crit.), x. 49; “Indian Serenade,” 51; “The Wigwam and the Cabin,” xii. 247, xiii. 93; “Murder will Out,” xiii. 153; in “Autography,” xv. 168, in “Marginalia,” xvi. 41.

“Sinless Child, The,” by Mrs. E. O. Smith: xii. 228, xiii. 79, et seq.

“Skeleton Hand, The”: poem attributed to Poe, vii. 252-254.

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

“Sketches of History, Life, and Manners in the West,” by James Hall: (Early Crit.), viii. 108.

“Sketches of Switzerland,” by J. Fenimore Cooper: (Early Crit.), ix. 162.

“Skimmings, or A Winter at Schloss Hainfeld in Lower Styria,” by Capt. Basil Hall: (Early Crit.), ix. 170.

Slater, William: extract from his “Psalms,” xi. 168.

“Slavery in the United States,” by J. K. Paulding: (Early Crit.), viii. 265.

“Sleeper, The”: (poem), vii. 51; notes to, 178-182.

“Sleeping Beauty, The,” Tennyson’s: xi. 236.

Slidell, Lieut. Alexander: “The American in England” (Early Crit.), viii. 214; “Spain Revisited,” viii. (App.), 335, ix. 1; “A Year in Spain,” ix. 83; in “Autography,” xv. 169, 201.

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

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes: “The Poetical Writings of” (Later Crit.), xii. 228, xiii. 78.

Smith, Horace: viii. 223.

Smith, Capt. John: (Int.), ii. (xi).

Smith, Richard Penn: (Autog.), xv. 255.

Smith, Seba: “Powhatan,” etc. (Maturer Crit.), x. 162; in “Autography,” xv. 200.

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

Snodgrass, J. Evans: (Autog.), xv. 222.

Solar system, the: (Eu.), xvi. 277, et seq.

“Some Passages in the Life of a Lion (Lionizing)”: (tale), ii. 35-41; notes to, 323-330.

“Some Words with a Mummy”: (tale), vi. 116-138; notes to, 283, 299.

“Song, A,” by F. S. Osgood: xiii. 25.

“Song of Pitcairn’s Island, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 288.

“Songs of Our Land, The, and Other Poems,” by Mary E. Hewitt: (Later Crit.), xii. 254, xiii. 98; quotations from, xv. 123, 124, 288.

Song-writing and music: x. 41; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 136.

“Sonnet — Silence”: (poem), vii. 85; notes to, 201.

“Sonnet, To —— ,” Bryant’s: xiii. 137.

“Sonnet — to Science”: (poem), vii. 22; notes to, 156.

“Sonnet to Zante”: (poem), vii. 80; notes to, 197.

“Sonnets,” Elizabeth Barrett’s: xii. 14.

Sophocles: the “Antigone” of, performed in New York, xii. 130.

“Southern Literary Messenger, The”: viii. (v, vii, xi. et seq.), 278, xiii. 202, xiv. (v, vii), xv. (vii), 175, xvi. (v).

Southey, Robert: “The Early Naval History of England” (Early Crit.), viii. 48; his opinions of the poems of Lucretia M. Davidson, x. 222; Macaulay on, xiii. 196.

Southwick, Solomon: editor of “The Family Magazine,” xiii. 216.

Sowle, Captain: ix. 236, et seq.

“Spain, A Year in,” by Lieut. Slidell: (Early Crit.), ix. 83.

“Spain Revisited,” by Lieut. Slidell: (Early Crit.), viii. (App.) 335, ix. 1.

“Spanish Student, The,” Longfellow’s: xii. 96; in “Later Criticism,” xiii. 54, et seq.

Sparks, Jared: (Autog.), xv. 164, 214.

Spear, Thomas G.: (Autog.), xv. 210.

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

“Spectacles, The”: (tale), v. 177-209; notes to, 324; variations in texts, 332.

Spencer, Herbert: evolution views of, anticipated by Poe, xvi. (v).

“Sphinx, The”: (tale), vi. 238-244; notes to, 297, 301.

“Spirit of Poetry, The,” by F. S. Osgood: xiii. 19, xv. 285.

“Spirits of the Dead”: (poem), vii. 13; notes to, 148, 149.

Spondee, the: xi. 226.

“Sprague, Charles, Writings of,” edited by Charles S. Francis: (Maturer Crit.), x. 139; in “Autography,” xv. 248.

Spurzheim, Dr.: viii. 252.

Stanard, Jane Stith: vii. (xix).

Standards, the worshipping of: (M.), xvi. 161.

“Stanley,” by Landor: xv. 198.

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

“Stanzas”: (poem), vii. 17; notes to, 153.

“Star, The Boston”: xiii. 7.

Stedman, Mrs. E. Clementine: (Autog.), xv. 245.

Stephens, Ann Sophia: (Literati and Autog.), xv. 56, 246.

Stephens, John Lloyd: “Arabia Petræa “ of (Maturer Crit.), x. 1, 82, 83; “Incidents of Travel in Central America,” 178.

“Stepmother, The,” by Mrs. E. O. Smith: xii. 229.

Sterne, Laurence: (M.), xvi. 30.

Stevenson, Alan: viii. 89.

Stewart, R. A.: Introduction to the Notes to the Tales, ii. 299-306; labors of, on this edition of Poe, vii. (vii).

Stickney, Sarah: “The Poetry of Life” (Early Crit.), viii. 173.

Stockton, Thomas Hewlings: (Autog.), xv. 225.

Stone, William Leete: “Ups and Downs of a Distressed Gentleman” (Early Crit.), ix. 33; in “Autography,” xv. 173, 177, 213.

“Stonehenge, etc., Some Account of”: (E. and M.), xiv. 110.

Story, Judge Joseph: Discourse on Chief-Justice Marshall (Early Crit.), viii. 114; in “Autography,” xv. 158, 242.

“Strange Lady, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 286.

“Stranger in America, The,” by Francis Lieber: xv. 202.

Street, Alfred Billings: quotation from, analyzed (E. and M.), xiv. 255; in “Autography,” xv. 254; descriptive force of (M.), xvi. 102.

“Street Paving”: (E. and M.), xiv. 164.

Stuart, David: ix. 217.

Stuart, Robert: ix. 217.

“Suggestions, A Chapter of”: (E. and M.), xiv. 186.

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

“Summer on the Lakes,” sketches by Sarah Margaret Fuller: xv. 73, 75, 82.

“Summer Wind,” Bryant’s: ix. 291, xiii. 136.

“Summons Answered, The,” by E. O. Smith: xiii. 92.

“Sunday Times and Messenger, The”: xiii. 9.

“Sunset Storm, The,” Griswold’s: xi. 225, 234, 235.

Superiority: (M.), xvi. 165.

“Swallow Barn,” by J. P. Kennedy: xv. 184, 193.

Swedenborgians, the: and Poe’s “Mesmeric Revelation” (M.), xvi. 71.

Swift, Jonathan: portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics,” viii. 328.

“Swiss Heiress, The; or the Bride of Destiny”: (Early Crit.), ix. 185.

“System of Dr. Tarr and Prof. Fether, The”: (tale), vi. 53-77; notes to, 278, 298.

“TABLE-TALK,” Coleridge’s: (M.), xvi. 60.

Taglioni: dancing of, xiv. 179.

“Tale of Jerusalem, A”: (tale), ii. 214-219; notes to, 378, 398.

“Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A”: (tale), v. 163-176; notes to, 322; variations in texts, 332.

“Tale-Writing — Nathaniel Hawthorne”: (Later Crit.), xiii. 141.

“Tales and Sketches,” by Miss Sedgwick: (Early Crit.), viii. 160.

Tales, necessity of proper construction in: (M.), xvi. 171.

“Tales of the Peerage and the Peasantry,” Lady Dacre’s: (Early Crit.), viii. 74.

Talfourd, Sergeant: ix. 140, 144.

Talley, Susan Archer: poetry of, xi. 157.

Talleyrand: on belief in the Bible, xiv. 179.

“Tamerlane”: (poem), vii. 1-9; notes to, 127-146, 262.

Tanner, Henry S.: publisher, ix. 79.

Tasistro, Count L. Fitzgerald: (Autog.), xv. 217.

Taste of transcendental poets: xiv. 179.

Taylor, Bayard: on forgotten poets, vii. 266; poetry of (M.), xvi. 146.

Taylor, Isaac, Jr.: “Natural History of Enthusiasm” (Literati), xv. 7.

Taylor, Jeremy: (M.), xvi. 2.

Taylor, William: publisher, xii. 207.

“Tecumseh,” by George H. Colton: xv. 7.

“Tell-Tale Heart, The”: (tale), v. 88-94; notes to, 319; variations in texts, 331.

Temple, Sir William: (M.), xvi. 2.

“Ten Thousand a Year,” by Samuel Warren: (Maturer Crit.), x. 210.

Tennyson, Alfred: his “The Death of the Old Year “ quoted, x. 78; Poems of (Maturer Crit.), xi. 127, 175, 236, 255; in “Later Criticism,” xii. 33-35, 180; his “Death of the Old Year” compared with Longfellow’s “Midnight Mass for the Dying Year,” 89; quotation from, xiii. 30; selection from his “Princess” (E. and M.), xiv. 289; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 28.

“Teresa Contarini,” by Mrs. Ellet: viii. 141, xiii. 214.

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

“Thanatopsis,” Bryant’s: (Int.), ii. (xiv), ix. 300; compared with Longfellow’s “Autumn,” xii. 101, xiii. 134.

“Thiodolf, the Icelander and Aslauga’s Knight”: review of (M.), xvi. 115.

Thomas, Calvin F. S.: printer, vii. (xv).

Thomas, Frederick William: “Clinton Bradshaw” (Early Crit.), viii. 109; mentioned, xi. 240; letters from, on “Secret Writing” (E. and M.), xiv. 133, 136, et seq.; in “Autography,” xv. 209.

Thompson, David: ix. 221.

Thomson, Charles West: (Autog.), xv. 226.

Thorn, Col. Herman: viii. 51.

Thorn, Lieut. Jonathan: ix. 217.

“Thou art the Man”: (tale), v. 290-309; notes to, 329; variations in texts, 333.

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

“Thousand-and-second-Tale of Scheherazade, The”: (tale), vi. 78-102; notes to, 279, 299.

“Three Sundays in a Week”: (tale), iv. 227-235; notes to, 312, 323.

Tickell, Thomas: appropriate lines from Boileau (M.), xvi. 47.

Ticknor, William D., and Co.: publishers, xii. 254, xiii. 98, xv. 123.

Tieck: compared with Hawthorne, xiii. 144.

“Times, The Boston”: xiii. 12.

“Times, The” (London): on Mrs. F. S. Osgood’s Poems, xiii. 108.

“To ——” : (poem: “I heed not that my earthly lot”), vii. 43; notes to, 167.

“To ——” : (poem: “The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see”), vii. 41; notes to, 166.

“To —— ——” : (poem: “I saw thee on thy bridal day”), vii. 10; notes to, 147.

“To —— ——” : (poem: “Not long ago, the writer of these lines”), vii. 106; notes to, 214.

“To —— ,” sonnet by Bryant: ix. 295.

“To a Cloud,” extract from poem of Bryant: ix. 296.

“To a Musquito,” Bryant’s: ix. 293.

“To Allegra Florence in Heaven,” by Chivers: vii. 285.

“To an Atheist Poet,” by Mrs. F. S. Osgood: xiii. 183.

“To an Infant in Heaven,” by Thomas Ward: extract from, xi. 168.

“To an Old Oak,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“To Cole,” sonnet by Bryant: ix. 295.

“To E —— with a Withered Rose,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“To F ——” : (poem), vii. 92; notes to, 206.

“To F —— s S. O —— d”: (poem), vii. 93; notes to, 207.

“To Helen”: (poem), vii. 46, 107; notes to, 171, 215.

“To Isadore”: poem attributed to Poe, vii. 228.

“To Mamma,” by Margaret Miller Davidson: x. 176.

“To M. L. S ——” : (poem), vii. 101; notes to, 212.

“To My Mother”: (poem), vii. 116; notes to, 218.

“To One in Paradise”: (poem), vii. 86; notes to, 202, 203.

“To Sarah,” by F. S. Osgood: xv. 101.

“To the American Sky-Lark,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 176.

“To the Apennines,” Bryant’s: ix. 284.

“To the Evening Wind,” Bryant’s: ix. 299.

“To the Past,” Bryant’s: ix. 280.

“To the River ——” : (poem), vii. 42; notes to, 166.

Tomlin, John: (Autog.), xv. 231.

Torres, Don Tomas de las: xiv. 174.

“Tortesa, the Usurer,” by N. P. Willis: (Maturer Crit.), x. 27; in “Later Criticism,” xiii. 38, et seq.

“Tower of London, The,” by W. H. Ainsworth: (Maturer Crit.), x. 110.

Town, C. H.: trans, of “ Mysteries of Paris” (M.), xvi. 105.

Townshend, Chauncey Hare: mentioned (M.), xvi. 115.

“Traits of American Life,” by Mrs. S. J. Hale: (Early Crit.), viii. 117.

“Tree Toad, The,” of Brainard: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 24.

Trelawney, Captain: viii. 223.

Trochee, the: xi. 226.

Trollope, Frances: “Paris and the Parisians in 1835” (Early Crit.), ix. 17.

Trublet, Nicolas C. J.: opinions of, demonstrably false (M.), xvi. 121.

Trumbull, John: xiii. 165.

Tucker, Beverley: viii. 243, 244; supposed by Poe to be author of “George Balcombe” ix. 265; in “Autography,” xv. 195; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 142.

Tuckerman, Henry Theodore: (Autog.), xv. 217.

Tuller, Isaac: portrait of, in Walsh’s “Didactics” (Early Crit.), viii. 327.

Turner, William W.: trans, of “America and the American People,” xiii. 13.

“Twice-Told Tales,” Hawthorne’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 102, 104, xiii. 141.

Tyler, Robert: xi. 240.

Tyler, W. B.: letter of, on “Secret Writing” (E. and M.), xiv. 140-146.

“Typographical Mistakes”: (M.), xvi. 171.

“Tyrolese Evening Hymn,” by Mrs. Hemans: ix. 200.

“ULALUME”: (poem), vii. 102-105; notes to, 213; criticised by H. B. Hirst, xiii. 210.

“Undine,” by Baron de la Motte Fouqué: (Maturer Crit.), x. 30, xi. 247, xiii. 149, xvi. 48.

“Unexpected Declaration, The,” by F. S. Osgood: xiii. 119, 184; xv. 283.

United States motto: (M.), xvi. 71.

“United States Review and Literary Gazette, The”: x. 86.

Unity: the absolute and final union of all (Eu.), xvi. 233.

Universe of stars, the: (Eu.), xvi. 204, 273.

Universe: the material and spiritual (Eu.), xvi. 185, et seq.; the great end of the, 308.

“Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall, The”: (tale), ii. 42-108; notes to, 330-344, 396.

Unpublished Poetry: vii. 258.

“Unseen River, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 173.

“Unseen Spirits,” by N. P. Willis: (Literati), xv. 16.

“Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman”: (Early Crit.), ix. 24.

Upshur, Lieutenant: ix. 2.

Ure, Andrew: viii. 88.

“VALDEMAR CASE, THE”: vi. 154.

“Valentine, A”: (poem), vii. 115; notes to, 216, 217.

“Valley of Unrest, The”: (poem), vii. 55; notes to, 188-190.

Variations of the Stedman-Woodberry, Stoddard, and Ingram texts from Griswold: ii. 395, iii. 347, iv. 320, v. 330, vi. 298.

Variety in uniformity: (E. an M.), xiv. 220.

“Velasco, a Tragedy,” by Epes Sargent: xv. 91.

Vengeance on enemies: (M.), xvi. 167.

Verne, Jules: school of, xiv. (vii).

Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin: (Literati and Autog.), xv; 39, 261.

“Verse, The Rationale of”: (E. and M.), xiv. 209.

Versification: art of, xi. 225; laws of (M.), xvi. 111.

“Vespers of Palermo”: drama by Mrs. Hemans, ix. 199.

“Vicar of Wakefield, The,” Goldsmith’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 8.

“Vigil of Faith, The,” by Charles F. Hoffman: xv. 119.

Vilifying a great man: (M.), xvi. 173.

“Village Street, The”: poem attributed to Poe, vii. 230-232.

Villainy: a surer path to worldly success than morality (M.), xvi. 162.

“Violet, The,” by H. B. Hirst: xii. 177.

“Virginia, A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of” etc., by Joseph Martin: (Early Crit.), viii. 211.

“Vision of Poets, The,” Elizabeth Barrett: xii. 11.

“Vision of Rubeta, The,” by Laughton Osborn: xiii. 165, 167; in “The Literati,” xv. 47.

“Visionary, The”: (tale), ii. 109; notes to, 345, 395.

“Visits to Remarkable Places,” etc., by W. Hewitt: (Maturer Crit.), x. 112.

“Voices of the Night,” Longfellow’s: (Maturer Crit.), x. 71.

Volition of God, the: (Eu.), xvi. 222, et seq.

Volney, Constantin: (M.), xvi. 32.

Voltaire: (M.), xvi. 6.

“Von Jung” (“Mystification”): (tale), iv. 102; notes to, 278.

“Von Kempelen and his Discovery”: (tale), vi. 245-254; notes to, 297, 301.

“WAIF,” Longfellow’s: quoted, xiv. 276; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 73. 79.

“Wakefield,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 110.

“Wakondah; The Master of Life,” by Cornelius Mathews: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 25.

Wallace, William: merits of (M.), xvi. 175.

Walpole, Horace: alluded to (M.), xvi. 168.

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

Walsh, Robert, “Didactics”: (Early Crit.), viii. 321, 334, 338; in “Autography,” xv. 144, 187.

Walters, Miss: xiii. 6, 8, 10, 11, 12.

“Wanderings of a Pilgrim,” etc., by George B. Cheever: xv. 33.

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

Wardle, Thomas: publisher, x. 26.

Ware, Henry, Jr.: (Autog.), xv. 251.

Wareham, Ellen: viii. 223.

Warren; Dr., “Ten Thousand a Year”: (Maturer Crit.), x. 210.

“Washington, A Life of,” by J. K. Paulding: ix. 13.

“Washington, George, Life of, in Latin Prose,” by Francis Glass: (Early Crit.), viii. 103.

“Washingtonian Reformer, The”: xiii. 7, 8.

“Washingtonii Vita”: viii. 105.

“Water, The,” by Mrs. E. O. Smith: xii. 231.

“Waterfowl, The,” Bryant’s: ix. 297, xiii. 134.

Waterman, Miss C. H.: (Autog.) xv. 206.

“Watkins Tottle, and other Sketches,” by “Boz”: (Early Crit.), ix. 45.

Watson, William: publisher, ix. 64.

Webbe, Cornelius: (M.), xvi. 39.

Webber, Charles Wilkins: xiii. 154.

Webster, Noah: Dictionary of, criticised by Richardson, ix. 105, 106.

“Wedding Knell, The,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 111.

Weeping: (M.), xvi. 6.

Welby, Amelia B.: xi. 240; in “Maturer Criticism,” 275; alluded to, xiii. 18, xv. 287; compared with Maria del Occidente and Mrs. Norton (M.), xvi. 54.

Weld, Horatio Hastings: (Autog.), xv. 229.

“Western Clearings,” by Mrs. Kirkland: xv. 85.

“Western Monthly Magazine, The”: viii. 108.

Wetmore, Prosper Montgomery: (Literati and Autog.) xv. 88, 251.

“When the Firmament Quivers with Daylight’s Young Beam,” Bryant’s: ix. 292.

Whetham, J.: publisher, viii. 101.

Whewell, William, M.A.: viii. 207, 210.

“Whig Monthly, The”: xii. 2.

Whipple, Edwin Percy: on Tennyson, xii. 180; criticised by Poe, xiii. 193, ii. et seq.

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

White, Eliza: mentioned, vii. (xix).

“White Old Maid, The,” Hawthorne’s: xi. 111.

White, T. W.: publisher, viii. 116; ix. 192; announces the appointment of Poe to literary editorship of “Southern Literary Messenger,” viii. (v).

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: mentioned, vii. (xxi).

Whitman, Walt: (Int.), ii. (xv, et seq.).

Whittier, John Greenleaf: (Int.), ii. (xv, et seq.); in “Autography,” xv. 245.

Whitworth, Richard: ix. 211.

“Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling”: (tale), iv. 114-121; notes to, 283, 321.

Wieland: mentioned (M.), xvi. 161.

Wigglesworth, Edward: viii. 164.

Wigglesworth, Michael: (Int.), ii. (xi).

“Wigwam and the Cabin, The,” by W. G. Simms: (Later Crit.), xii. 247, xiii. 93.

Wilde, Richard Henry: (Autog.), xv. 236.

Wiley and Putnam: publishers, xii. 121, 213; xiii. 28, 31, 141.

Wiley and Putnam’s Library of American Books: (Later Crit.), xii. 247; xiii. 93.

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

“William Tell,” Bryant’s: ix. 294.

“William Wilson”: (tale), iii. 299-325; notes to, 342, 348.

Willis, Nathaniel Parker: ix. 271, 272; “Tortesa, the Usurer” (Maturer Crit.), x. 27, xiii. 38; “American Prose Writers” (Later Crit.), xii. 36; “The Longfellow War,” 42, et seq, ; mentioned, 216; “Dashes at Life with a Free Pencil,” 234; mentioned, xiii. 210; versification of (E. and M.), xiv. 233; poem of, quoted (E. and M.), 270; in “The Literati” and “Autography,” xv. 9, 165, 190.

Willow, the weeping: (M.), xvi. 30.

Wilmer, Lambert A.: “The Confessions of Emilia Harrington” (Early Crit.), viii. 234; “The Quacks of Helicon” (Maturer Crit.), x. 182; imitator of Dryden and Pope, 183; in “Autography,” xv. 228.

Wilson, Prof.: “Genius and Character of Burns” (Later Crit.), xii. 239.

Winthrop, John: (Int.), ii. (xi.).

“Winter in the West, A,” by C. F. Hoffman: xv. 118.

Wirt, William: the “Old Bachelor” of (Early Crit.), viii. 322; in “Autography,” xv. 157; in “Marginalia,” xvi. 40.

Wither, George: poetry of, xii. 142.

Wolff, O. L. B.: xii. 96.

“Woman in the Nineteenth Century,” by Sarah Margaret Fuller: xv. 73, 74, 75.

Woodberry, G. E.: on authorship of criticism on Bryant, viii. (vii).

Woods, John W.: publisher, ix. 158.

Woolman, John: (Int.) ii. (xi).

Worcester, Joseph Emerson: editor of “American Almanac,” etc., ix. 160.

Words: effect of (M.), xvi. 74; the power of, 90.

Wordsworth, William: extract from poem of, ix. 276; mentioned, xii. 33.

“Worth of Beauty, The”: by Thomas Ward, xi. 164.

Wotton, Sir Henry: ix. 96; poetry of, xii. 141.

Wraxall, Sir N. W.: “Posthumous Memoirs,” etc., ix. 174.

“Wreath of Wild Flowers, A,” by F. S. Osgood: (Later Crit.), xiii. 17, 105, 186, et seq., xv. 96-99, 283.

“Writings of Charles Sprague,” edited by C. S. Francis: (Maturer Crit.), x. 139.

“Wyandot’s Story, The”: viii. 121.

“Wyandotté, or the Hutted Knoll,” by J. Fenimore Cooper: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 205.

Wyatt, Thomas: trans. of Lemmonnier’s Natural History (Maturer Crit.), x. 26.

“Wyoming,” by Fitz-Greene Halleck: xi. 200.

“X-ING A PARAGRAB”: (tale), vi. 229-237; notes to, 296, 301.

“YANKEE’S STORY, THE”: viii. 121.

Yeadon, Richard, Jr.: viii. 143.

“Yemassee, The,” by W. G. Simms: xv. 193.

“Young Wife’s Book, The”: (Early Crit.), viii. 158.

“ZANONI, A NOVEL,” Bulwer’s: (Maturer Crit.), xi. 115.

Zeta Herculis, the star: (Eu.), xvi. 294.

“Zinzendorff, and Other Poems,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney: (Early Crit.), viii. 122, et seq.

“Zophiel,” by Mrs. Maria Brooks: iii. 224.





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