Text: John H. Ingram, “Index,” The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, vol. IV. 1875, pp. 557-574


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Adam: an account of, III. 350

Adams, John Quincy: his autograph, IV. 41

Adaptation: the Divine, accuracy of, III. 176, 177

Air: imagined removal of nitrogen from, II. 209

Al Aaraaf: III. 62-76

Albatross: II. 119

“Alciphron”: by Thomas Moore, criticised, IV. 370-373

ALDRICH, JAMES: IV. 446-448

Allan, Mr.: Poe’s relations to, I. xiii, xvii, xxiv, xxvii, xxxi

Allston, Washington: his autograph, IV. 56

“Alphadelphia Tocsin”: III. 477

America: III. 350

AMERICA, THE POETS AND POETRY OF: IV. 310-317

American cribbage — critics — literature: III. 351

AMERICAN DRAMA, THE: IV. 317-349

American literature: pioneers of, IV. 164

Analogies of physics and metaphysics: III. 354

ANASTATIC PRINTING: III. 512-517

ANGEL OF THE ODD, THE: II. 509-519

Animaclula: literary, III. 476

Annabel Lee: III. 18

Annie, For: III. 32

Annihilation: III. 354

“Anserine” pens: III. 355

Antarctic Oceans: discoveries in, II. 128-132

————: extraordinary adventures in, II. 133-185

ANTHON, CHARLES: IV. 426-428

————: his autograph, IV. 5

Antithesis: III. 355

“Appalachia”: proposed name for United States, III. 350

Arabesque and Grotesque, Tales of the: I. xi

“Arabian Nights”: a supplement to the

ARNHEIM, THE DOMAIN OF: I. 303-319

Art: definition and machinery of, III. 356

ARTHUR GORDON PYM, THE NARRATIVE OF: II. 1-188; see also I. xxxvii

Arthur, T. S.: his autograph, IV. 45

Artist, the: III. 357

ASSIGNATION, THE: I. 284-296

Association of Ideas: III. 356

“ASTORIA,” WASHINGTON IRVING’S: IV. 526-555

Attraction and repulsion: III. 114-120

Augustine, St.: “De libris Manichaeis,” III. 446

AUTOGRAPHY, A CHAPTER ON: IV. 1-62; see also I. xli.

Automata: various, III. 286-288

Aurora islands (supposititious): search for, II. 125

Axiomatic truths: III. 97-99


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B——, LETTER TO: III. 312-318; see also I. xxvi.

Balloon adventure: I. 147

BALLOON HOAX, THE: I. 194-107

“Barnaby Rudge”: reviewed, IV. 110-129

——: Poe’s anticipation of the plot: I. xliii.; IV. 119, 124

BARRETT, ELIZABETH BARRETT: IV. 63-88

Baudelaire’s translations of Poe’s tales: I. xlii.

Beauty: the essence of poetry, III. 202-205, 269; IV. 353-358

Bells, the: III. 6-9

Benjamin Park: his autograph, IV. 7

BERENICE: I. 355-363

Bernouilli: III. 357

“Biche de Mer”: II. 151

BIRD, ROBERT M.: IV. 282-287

——: his autograph IV 22

BLACK CAT, THE: I. 168-178

BLACKWOOD ARTICLE, HOW TO WRITE ONE: II. 460-470

Miss Psyche Zenobia’s: II. 471-480

“Blues”: III. 357

Bolingbroke’s style: III. 468

BON-BON: II. 401-418

Books: multiplication of, an evil, III. 412

BOTTLE, MS. FOUND IN A: I. 138-149

BRAINARD, J. G. C.: IV. 164-171

BREATH, LOSS OF: II. 535-548

Brevity: III. 358

Bridal Ballad: III. 61

Brooks, James: his autograph, IV. 44

Brooks, N. C.: his autograph, IV. 35

Brougham, Lord: III. 358

Brown, David Paul: his autograph, IV. 48

Browning, Mrs.: IV. 63-88

——: Robert and Mrs., their estimate of Poe, I. lxxxiii

Brownson, Orestes A.: his autograph, IV. 15

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN: IV. 203-213

——: his “June” characterised

——: his autograph

Bulwer: III. 359-364

Burial, premature: instances of, I. 236-250, 362

Burton, W. E.: his autograph, IV. 42

BUSH, GEORGE: IV. 410

BUSINESS MAN, THE: II. 560-569

Byron’s “Stanzas to Augusta”: III. 214

“Bride of Abydos”: opening verses scanned, III. 246

——: his passion for Mary Chaworth, III. 401


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Calvert, G. H.: his autograph, IV. 33

Camoens: edition of (1798), III. 364

Canning, Sir Lancelot: “The Mad Trist” of, I. 194

Capitals: III. 364

Carlyle, Thomas: III. 364; IV. 258

CASK OF AMONTILLADO, THE: I. 258-265

Cass, Lewis: his autograph, IV. 43

Catastrophe of the Universe: III. 189, 190

Caution in lauding a friend: III. 365

Chandler, Jos. R.: his autograph, IV. 29

CHANNING, WILLIAM ELLERY: IV. 256-266

Channing: plagiarism from, III. 423

——: Dr. W. E., his style hit off, IV. 2

——: his autograph, IV. 36

Charity: offences against, III. 365

“Charles O’Malley”: reviewed, IV. 133-139

CHEEVER, GEORGE B.: IV. 425

Chess-player, Automaton: exposition of its mystery, III. 286-311

CHILD, LYDIA M.: IV. 465-467

Chivers, Dr. T. H.: his autograph, IV. 46

Chorley, H. F.: III. 474

Cist, L. J.: his autograph, IV. 45

City in the Sea, the: III. 54

CLARK, LEWIS GAYLORD: IV. 474-476

COCKTON, HENRY: IV. 143-147

Coleridge, S. T.: III. 314-317, 365

Colloquialism: “did the business,”

COLLOQUY OF MONOS AND UNA: II. 194-203

Colosseum, the: III. 14; see also I. xxxviii

Comet: supposed destruction of earth by, II. 205-209

COMPOSITION, PHILOSOPHY OF: III. 266-278

Congress: a rabble, III. 366

Conqueror Worm, the: III. 21; I. 377

Conrad, R. T.: his autograph, IV. 41

Conundrum: geological, III. 387

Conversation: III. 366

CONVERSATION OF EIROS AND CHARMION: II. 204-209

Cooke, P. P.: his autograph, IV. 41

COOPER, J. FENIMORE: IV. 380-392

——: his autograph, IV. 23

Copyright: international, III. 367

Corpse: prejudice against carriage of, III. 368

Cowardice: III. 368

Coxe’s “Saul, a Mystery”: III. 369

CRANCH, CHRISTOPHER PEASE: IV. 448-452; III. 471

Criticism: III. 370-371, 475

CRITICS AND CRITICISM: IV. 374-380

Critics: asinine, III. 394

CRYPTOGRAPHY: III. 332-346

——: specimens of, I. 30; III. 341

——: Poe’s skill in deciphering, I. xli, III. 340, 346

“Cui bono”: the true meaning of, II. 342

Curran: III. 371


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Dacre, Countess of: III. 383

Dana, Richard H.: his autograph, IV. 34

Dash, the: in punctuation, III. 434

DAVIDSON, MARGARET MILLER AND LUCRETIA MARIA: IV. 246-255

DAWES, RUFUS: IV. 171-184

——: his autograph, IV. 13

Death: detail of sensations after it, II. 194-203

Defoe: III. 371

Demonstrativeness: III. 372

De Quincey: Poe compared to, I. xx, lvi

Derivations: obvious ones the more probable, III. 372

DEVIL IN THE BELFRY, THE: II. 299-307

Devouring a book: III. 373

Diana’s temple: the burning of, III. 373

DICKENS, CHARLES: IV. 109-129

——: his “Old Curiosity Shop,” III. 373

——: compared with Bulwer, III. 375

——: his minor works, III. 475

Dictionaries: defects in, III. 479

DIDDLING CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE EXACT SCIENCES: II. 497-503

D’Israeli, Isaac: III. 375, 469

Doane, Bishop: his autograph, IV. 59

Dollar: the Almighty, III. 350

DOMAIN OF ARNHEIM, THE: I. 303-319

Dow, J. E.: his autograph, IV. 38

Drake, Dr. Rodman: IV. 366-368

Drama, the: III. 376

Dramatic changes of scene: III. 376

Dream, a: III. 85

Dream within a dream, a: III. 27

Dreamland: III. 28

Drowned bodies: time of their floating, I. 460

DUC DE L’OMELETTE, THE: II. 261-264

Duello: works on the, II. 487

Du Solle, John S.: his autograph, IV. 31

DUYCKINCK, EVERT E. [[A.]]: IV. 444-446


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Earle, Dr. Pliny: his autograph, IV. 39

Egypt: ancient, arts and sciences in, II. 365-373

Eldorado: III. 31

ELEONORA: I. 364-370

Eloquence: modern and ancient, compared, III. 378

Embury, Mrs. E. C.: her autograph, IV. 18

Emerson, R. W.: III. 378

——: his autograph, IV. 62

ENGLISH, THOMAS DUNN: IV. 467-469

——: he libels Poe, I. lix, lx

Enigma, an: III. 24

Espy’s theory of storms: III. 378

Either: idea of, III. 187

Eulalie: III. 30

EUREKA: III. 91-195; see also I. lxxxix

Everett, Edward: his autograph, IV. 22

Expression of shadowy thoughts: III. 379


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F —, to: III. 35

Fairyland: III. 86

Fancy defined: IV. 414, note

Fate of superiority: III. 382

Fay, T. S.: his autograph, IV. 32

FIFTY SUGGESTIONS: III. 480-492

FLACCUS (Thomas Ward): IV. 184-193

Fools: III. 382

Fortune: III. 383

FOUR BEASTS IN ONE: II. 385-393

FRANCIS, JOHN W.: IV. 419-421

French, J. S.: his autograph, IV. 32

French epitaph: III. 431

FRENCHMAN, THE LITTLE, WHY HE WEARS HIS HAND IN A SLING: II. 394-400

Frost, John: his autograph, IV. 47

Fuller: his hard head, III. 357, 383

FULLER, SARAH MARGARET (Marchese d’Ossoli): IV. 452-460

Fullerton, Lady G.: her “Ellen Middleton,” III. 383

FURNITURE, PHILOSOPHY OF: III. 279-285; I. 332

Future state: III. 384


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Galaxy: III. 150-162

Gallagher, W. D.: his autograph, IV. 34

Gallipago tortoise: II. 162

Genius: III. 384-387, 467, 484

“Gentleman’s Magazine”: III. 387

German literature: III. 387

Gilfillan’s misstatement regarding Poe: I. lvii

God and the Soul: III. 387

Godey, L. A.: his autograph IV. 30

Godhead, the: III. 107

Godwin, William: III. 389

Goethe’s “Sorrows of Werther”: III. 477

Gold: lead transmuted into, I. 114

GOLD-BUG, THE: I. 1-38; see also I. xlvi

Gonzales, Dominique: his “Man in the Moon,” I. 91

Gould, Miss H. F.: compared with Mrs. Howitt, III. 389

——: her autograph, IV. 18

Gowans, William: his account of Poe, I. xxxvi

Graham, G. R.: letter from, on Poe’s character, I. lxxxix-xcix

——: his autograph, IV. 27

“Graham’s Magazine”: Poe’s connection with, I. xl.-xliv

Grammar: a Danish, III. 390

——: Hugh A. Pue’s, III. 435

Grammar: errors of, III. 389

Grammars: their erroneous definitions, III. 221

Grattan’s “Highways and Byways”: III. 390

Gravitation: principle of, III. 113-123

Greek drama: III. 376

Greeley, Horace: his autograph, IV. 54

Griswold, Rufus W.: misrepresentations in his biography of Poe, I. xx, xxviii-xcix, passim

——: his calumnious obituary notice, I. lxxxv.

——: his “Poets and Poetry of America,” IV. 315


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Hague: his ancestry, III. 390

Hale, Mrs. S. J.: her autograph, IV. 22

Hall, Captain Basil: III. 391

HALLECK, FITZ-GREENE: IV. 437-442

——: his autograph, IV. 12

Hamlet: III. 470

HANS PFAALL, UNPARALLELED ADVENTURE OF: I. 39-93; see also I. xxxii; IV. 486-489

Haunted Palace, the: III. 19; I. 188; see also I. xi

Hawks, Dr. F. L.: his autograph, IV. 24

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL: IV. 213-227, 408

HEADLEY, JOEL T.: IV. 275-279

“Heart Laid Bare”: suggested title, III. 459

Heath, Jas. E.: his autograph, IV. 46

Heber, Bishop: III. 391

Hegel: III. 391

Helen, to: III. 16; see also I. lxxiv.

Helen, to: III. 54; see also I. xix.

Henry, Prof. C. S.: his autograph, IV. 18

Herbert, H. W.: his autograph, IV. 24

Hexameter: classical and English, III. 261-265

HEWITT, MARY E.: IV. 481-484

“High Binders”: III. 458

HIRST, HENRY B.: IV. 235-238

HOFFMAN, CHARLES FENNO: IV. 477-481

——: his autograph IV. 53

Hoffman, David: his autograph, IV. 40

Holden, Ezra: his autograph, IV. 27

Holmes, Dr. O. W.: his autograph, IV. 59

“Honestus”: its meaning misconceived, III. 392

HOOD, THOMAS: IV. 147-152

——: his “Fair Ines,” “Haunted House,” and “Bridge of Sighs,” III 211-214

HOP-FROG: II. 374-384

Horace: phrase wrongly ascribed to, III 392

HORNE, R. H: IV. 89-105

——: his preface to “Chaucer Modernised,” III. 239

HOUSE OF USHER, THE FALL OF THE: I. 179-199

HOYT, RALPH: IV. 429, 430

Hudson, Mr.: a blunder of III. 392

Hudson’s lectures on Shakspeare: III. 355

HUNT, FREEMAN: IV. 430-433

Hunt, Leigh: III. 473

Hymn: III. 22


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Ice made in a red-hot vessel: I. 233, note

Idea for a magazine paper: III. 392

“Iliad”: written by Solomon, assisted by G. Robins, III. 393

Imagination: III. 393

——: distinguished from fancy, IV. 414, note

IMP OF THE PERVERSE, THE: I. 266-272

Industry and Genius: III. 385

Infinity: the conception of, III. 103-107

Ingraham, J. H.: his autograph, IV. 11

Inquisition, a tale of the: I. 200

Intuition: III. 101, 108

Irradiation of atoms: III. 123-137

IRVING’S (WASHINGTON) “ASTORIA”: IV. 526-555

——: his autograph, IV. 7

ISLAND OF THE FAY, THE: I. 273-278

Israfel: III. 59


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“Jack Downing”: autograph of, IV. 44

James’s novels: III. 393, 481

JERUSALEM, A TALE OF: II. 217-221

Jonah, book of: translated into German Hexameters, III. 412

Jones, J. Beauchamp: his autograph, IV. 42

Jones, William A.: his criticisms, IV. 374


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Keith on the Prophecies: IV. 502-508

Kempelen, Von, his discovery: I. 108-115

Kennedy, the Hon. John P.: his kindness to Poe, I. xxx, sqq.

——: his autograph, IV. 8

Kerguelen’s Island: II. 117

KING PEST: II. 278-291

KIRKLAND, CAROLINE M.: IV. 460-463


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La Harpe’s judgment of Racine: III. 395

Lake, the: III. 88

Landon, Miss (L. E. L.): III. 467

LANDOR’S COTTAGE: I. 320-332

Landscape gardening: I. 307-327

Langtree, S. D.: his autograph, IV. 40

Language of everybody: III. 395

Last page, the: III. 395

“Leaven of unrighteousness”: III. 479

Lecturing: III. 396

Legare, H. S.: his autograph, IV. 29

Lenore: III. 13; see also I. xix.

Le Poer family: I. ix.-xii.

Leslie, Miss Eliza: her autograph, IV. 19

Letter, of date 2848: II. 520-534; III. 93

LEVER, CHARLES: IV. 129-139

LEWIS, ESTELLE ANNA (“Stella”): IV. 268-275

——: her kindness to Poe, I. lxxxii.

——: an enigma designed to embody her name: III. 24

Lieber, Prof. Francis: his autograph, IV. 21

LIGEIA: I. 371-387; see also I. xl.

LIONIZING: II. 308-313

LITERATI OF NEW YORK, THE: IV. 407-490.

Little men vilifying great men: III. 397

LOCKE, RICHARD ADAMS: IV. 485-490

——: his “Moon-Hoax,” I. 88

——: his autograph, IV. 61

Logician: the practised, III. 397

LONGFELLOW’S BALLADS: IV. 349-364

——: his imitativeness, III. 398

——: his “Waif,” III. 205, 399

——: his autograph, IV. 13

——: his “Spanish Student” criticised, IV. 334-349

——: public opinion regarding him, IV. 409

Lottery scene: II. 97

LORD, WILLIAM W.: IV. 193-202

——: his “Niagara,” III. 400

Loud, Mrs. M. St. L.: her autograph, IV. 39

Louis XV.: statue of, III. 401

Love, boyish: III. 401

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL: IV. 302-310

——: his sketch of Poe, I. xlix.

——: his “Conversations,” III. 403

——: his autograph, IV. 44

Lunatic asylum: an adventure in one, II. 419-438

Lunt, George: his autograph, IV. 29

“Lying-to”: explained, II. 63

LYNCH, ANN C.: IV. 476-477

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MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON: IV. 105-108

——: his style criticised, IV. 375-379

M’Henry, James: his autograph, IV. 60

M’Jilton, J. N.: his autograph, IV. 33

M’Michael, Morton: his autograph, IV. 35

MAELSTRÖM, A DESCENT INTO THE: I. 150-167; see also I. xlii

MAELZEL’S CHESS-PLAYER: III. 286-311

Magazine literature of America: III. 403-405

Magazine paper: an idea for one, III. 392

MAGAZINE PRISON-HOUSE, SOME SECRETS OF THE: III. 508-511

MAGAZINE WRITING — PETER SNOOK: III. 319-331

Malibran: III. 405

MAN OF THE CROWD, THE: II. 314-323

MAN THAT WAS USED UP, THE: II. 549-559

MS. FOUND IN A BOTTLE: I. 138-149; see also I. xxix

MARGINALIA: III. 347-479

MARIE ROGÊT, THE MYSTERY OF: I. 442-493

MARRYATT, FRANCIS: IV. 139-143

Marvell’s “Maiden lamenting for her Fawn”: IV. 494

MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH, THE: I. 251-257

Masson, Michel: III. 405

MATHEWS, CORNELIUS: IV. 288-298; III. 491

——: his autograph, IV. 453

Mellen, Grenville: his autograph, IV. 9

MELLONTA TAUTA: II. 520-534

“Menipée,” “Satyre”: III. 406

Mesmeric rapport: II. 223

MESMERIC REVELATION: I. 116-126; see also III. 406

Mesmerism in articulo mortis: I. 127-137

Metaphor: a striking one, III. 409

METZENGERSTEIN: I. 394-403

Mill’s demonstration of his propositions: III. 409

“Miserrimus”: III. 409

Mitchell, Dr. J. K.: his autograph, IV. 32

Mob: how one can be led, III. 409

Moon: voyage to the, I. 54

“Moon-story”: Mr. R. A. Locke’s, I. 88; IV. 487

MOORE, THOMAS: IV. 365-372

——: his literary art, III. 410

Montgomeries: the two, III. 410

Moral: every fiction has one, II. 324

“Moral” courage: III. 410

Moralists swallowing pokers: III. 411

Morality: literary, III. 411

MORELLA: I. 388-392

Morphine: effects of use of, II. 225

MORRIS, GEORGE P.: IV. 280-282

——: his autograph, IV. 32

Morris, Robert: his autograph, IV. 26

Mosaic: literary, III. 398

Moses’ account of the Creation: III. 411

Mother, to my: III. 25

Motherwell’s “Song of the Cavalier”: III. 218

Movable houses: III. 412

MOWATT, ANNA CORA: IV. 421-425

MUMMY, SOME WORDS WITH A: II. 356-373

MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE, THE: I. 404-441

Music: affecting to tears, III. 476

Music: the possibilities of, III. 412

“Music of the Spheres”: explained, III. 412

Musicians: scientific, III. 474

MYSTIFICATION: II. 481-489


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Nationality in literature: III. 351

Natural state of man: III. 476

Neal, John: his works, III. 413; IV. 434

——: his autograph, IV. 23

Neal, Joseph C.: his autograph, IV. 19

Nebular cosmogony of Laplace: III. 139-146, 156

——: modifications of it, III. 148

Nests of penguin and albatross: II. 120

NEVER BET THE DEVIL YOUR HEAD: II. 324

Newnham’s “Human Magnetism”: III. 414

Nichols, Mrs. R. S.: her autograph, IV. 61

North American Review: III. 415

Nothingness: III. 416

Novelists: a hint to, III. 391

Novels: fashionable, their influence for good, III. 411


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OBLONG BOX, THE: II. 267-277

Odours affect us through association: III. 416

OLD ENGLISH POETRY: IV. 491-495

Oneness: the fundamental principle of the universe, III. 109-137

Optical delusions: II. 355; III. 416

Originality: III. 416, 417; IV. 222-224, 338

“Orion”: criticised, IV. 89-105

OSBORN, LAUGHTON: IV. 433-437

OSGOOD, FRANCES SARGENT: IV. 392-406

——: her account of Poe’s household, I. lxi

——: a valentine embodying her name, III. 23

O——d, to F——s: III. 22

“Ossian”: James Montgomery’s description of, III. 417

Ossoli, Marchese d’: IV. 452-460

Otis, J. F.: his autograph, IV. 47

Ourang-outang: I. 433

OVAL PORTRAIT, THE: I. 279-283


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Pabodie, W. J.: his friendship for Poe, I. lxxvii-lxxix

Paine’s “Age of Reason”: III. 477

Palfrey, Prof. J. G.: his autograph, IV. 25

Paradise, to one in: III. 26; I. 293

Paragraphs: abusive, III. 350

Parody of a “Blackwood” article: II. 471-480

Paulding’s “Life of Washington”: III. 417

——: his autograph, IV. 10

Peabody, W. B. O.: his autograph, IV. 55

Peacock, Thomas Love: III. 443, note

Penguins: II. 119

Perversity: III. 419

“Peter Snook”: III. 321-331

Petrarch: III. 419

Petrified forests: I. 224, note

Philosophical systems: truth of, III. 467

Philosophy: error in, III. 420

Pierpoint, J.: his autograph, IV. 14

Pigeons: extraordinary flocks of, I. 230, note

Pike, Albert: his autograph, IV. 59

Pinakidia: II. 493-507

Pinkney’s “Health”: criticised, III. 209

Pit And The Pendulum, The: I. 200-215

Plagiarism: III. 421-425

Plants: curious, I. 228, note

Play, a: scotched, III. 876

Plot: a complex one, II. 425

Plot: the rationale of, described, IV. 326-329

Plutarch: a bull by, III. 477

Poe, Edgar Allan: memoir of, I. ix.-xcix.; his ancestry, ix.-xiii.; birth and education, xiii.-xxii. ; departure for Greece, xxiii. ; alleged residence at St. Petersburg, xxiv. ; publishes Al Aaraaf, etc., xxv.; at West Point Academy, xxv.; publishes enlarged collection of poems, xxvL; obtains prizes for tale and poem, xxviii.; becomes a litterateur, xxxi.; marries Virginia Clemm, xxxv.; publishes collection of tales, xl.; writes The Raven, xlviii.; delivers lectures, li.-lv., lxxiii.; his wife’s illness and death, lxii.-lxviii; projects “The Stylus,” lxxi.; introduced to Mrs. Whitman, lxxv.; publishes “Eureka,” lxxix; his death, lxxxiv.

Poems on scientific subjects: III. 475

Poetic licence: III. 426

POETIC PRINCIPLE, THE: III. 197-219

Poetry: III. 427-432

——: the highest order of, IV. 214

——: Lake School of, III. 314-318

POETRY, OLD ENGLISH: IV. 491-495

“Politian,” an unpublished drama: scenes from, III. 36-52

Polytheism: modern, III. 409

Pope, Alexander: III. 432

Popularity: IV. 129-132; 221-227

Portrait-painting: III. 432

PREDICAMENT, A: — A ‘’Blackwood Article,” II. 471-480

PREMATURE BURIAL, THE: I. 236-250

Present existence: future views of it, III. 417

Prohibition of pleasure: III. 433

Prosody, English: principles of III. 228-265

Psalms, the: versions of, III. 498, 506, 507

Pue’s Grammar: III. 435

Puffery: in periodicals, IV. 518-524

Pug nose: ungentlemanly, III. 433

Punctuation: importance of, III. 433

Puns: III. 433

Purgatory: III. 470

PURLOINED LETTER, THE: I. 494-513

Pusey: uproar about, III. 470


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QUACKS OF HELICON, THE: IV. 515 — 525

Quotations and expressions, piquant: II. 467-469, 475-480

Quotations whimsically misapplied: III. 438


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Racine: taste and finish of, III. 395

RAGGED MOUNTAINS, A TALE OF THE: II. 222-233

Raven, the: III. 1-5 ; see also I. xlviii.

——: the author’s account of its composition, III. 268-278

Read, T. B.: poet and painter, III. 438

Reasoning: erroneous, III. 439

Reform: often mere opposition, III. 440

Religion: numbers no criterion of one, III. 440

Re-living the old life: III. 440

Remarkable for nothing: III. 442; IV. 476

Reviewing: dishonest, IV. 203

Reynolds, J. N.: his autograph, IV. 48

Rhetorician’s rules: III. 442

“Rhododaphne”: III. 443

Rhyme: III. 443

——: the modern origin of it, III. 231

Right and wrong: III. 445

River —, to the: III. 84

Romance: III. 85

RUE MORGUE, THE MURDERS IN THE: I. 404-441; see also I. xli., III. 455


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S ——, to M. L.: III. 89

Sallust: III. 446

Sanderson, John: his autograph, IV. 17

SARGENT, EPES: IV. 463-465

——: his autograph, IV. 56

Satire: IV. 503

Scansion: proposed system of, III. 252

Scheherazade: her last tale, I. 220-235

——: her fate, I. 235

“Schwärmerei”: III. 446

Science, Sonnet to: III. 53

Scotch, broad: III. 446

Secret writing: See Cryptography.

SEDGWICK, CATHERINE M.: IV. 469-474

——: her autograph, IV. 23

——: her notice of Lucretia M. Davidson, IV. 251-255

Seneca: phrase wrongly ascribed to, III. 392

SHADOW — A PARABLE: II. 210-212

Shakspeare: III. 469

Shelley and his imitators: IV. 86, 87

Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.: her autograph, IV. 10

Silence: III. 27

SILENCE — A FABLE: II. 213-216

Similes: piquant facts for, II. 466, 467, 472-475

SIMMS, WILLIAM GILMORE: IV. 299-302

——: his “Damsel of Darien,” III. 447

——: his autograph, IV. 15

Sinbad the Sailor: additions to his history, I. 219-235

Sleeper, the: III. 57

Slidell, Lieut. A.: his autograph, IV. 20

SMITH, ELIZABETH OAKES: IV. 153-164

Smith, Horace: III. 473

Smith, R. Penn: his autograph, IV. 58

SMITH, SEBA: IV. 242-246

——: his autograph, IV. 20

Soaring above nature: III. 448

Solar system: III. 165-170

Song: III. 89

Sonnet — to Science: III. 53

Soul, seat of the: III. 447

Sound and sense principle: III. 448

“Southern Literary Messenger”: Poe’s connection with, I. xxxi-xxxv

Southey’s “Doctor”: III. 448

Sparks, Jared: his autograph, IV. 28

SPECTACLES, THE: II. 234-260

SPHINX, THE: II. 351-355

Sprague, Charles: his autograph, IV. 52

Stannard, Mrs. H.: her kindness to Poe, I. xviii

Stars: their distances, I. 234 (note); III. 171-175

——: grouping of clusters of, III. 159-163

Statistics: III. 451

Stealing: literary, III. 351

Stedman, Mrs. E. C.: her autograph, IV. 49

“Stella”: See Lewis, Estelle Anna.

STEPHENS, ANN S.: IV. 443

——: her autograph, IV. 50

STEPHENS’S “ARABIA PETRAEA”: IV. 496-514

Stockton, Thos. H.: his autograph, IV. 55

Stone, Col. W. L.: his tautologies hit off, IV. 2

——: his autograph, IV. 28

Story, Judge: his autograph, IV. 47

Stowage of ships: dangers of careless, II. 53

Street, Alfred B.: his poems, III. 451

——: his autograph, IV. 57

Sue’s “Mysteries of Paris”: III. 452

SUNDAYS, THREE, IN A WEEK: II. 292-298

Superiority: intellectual, fate of, III. 382

Swedenborgian credulity: III. 456


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Tales: construction of, III. 456

——: the most effective kind of, IV. 215

Tamerlane: III. 77-83

TARR, DOCTOR, AND PROFESSOR FETHER, THE SYSTEM OF: II. 419-438

TAYLOR, BAYARD: IV. 233-235

TELL-TALE HEART, THE: I. 297-302

Temperance reformation: III. 472, 473

Tennyson characterised: I. lxxxiii; III. 216, 456, 473; IV. 257

Tickell: III. 458

Title, suggested: III. 458

THINGUM BOB, ESQ., THE LITERARY LIFE OF: II. 439-459

Thinking before writing: III. 458

Thomas, F. W.: his autograph, IV. 25

Thomson, C. W.: his autograph, IV. 36

THOU ART THE MAN: II. 335-350

THOUSAND-AND-SECOND TALE OF SCHEHERAZADE, THE: I. 21

To —— —— : III. 24

To —— : III. 35

To —— : III. 34

Translation: mistakes in, III. 453-455, 478

Travels and travelling: III. 459, 460

Treasure: discovery of, I. 20

Tristan d’Acunha, islands of: II. 123

Trivial details: III. 460

Tucker, Beverly: his “George Balcombe,” III. 460, 461

——: his autograph, IV. 16

Tuckerman, H. T.: his autograph, IV. 30

Tulip tree: I. 13, 324

Typographic accuracy: III. 364


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Ulalume: III. 10-12; see also I. lxix

“Undine”: III. 461

United States: name (“Appalachia”) suggested for, III. 350

——: motto of, III. 463

Unity: the fundamental principle of the universe, III. 109-137

Universe, the Material and Spiritual: an essay on, III. 91-195

USED UP, THE MAN THAT WAS: II. 549-559

USHER, THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF: I. 179-199; see also I. xl., III. 478


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VALDEMAR, M., FACTS IN THE CASE OF: I. 127-137; see also III. 406

Valentine, a: III. 23

Valley of Unrest, the: III. 56

Vengeance: doing justice for injustice, III. 463

Verse: classical, barbarian imitation of, III. 390

VERSE, THE RATIONALE OF: III. 219-265, 429

VOLTAIRE: III. 463, 476, 506

VON KEMPELEN AND HIS DISCOVERY: I. 108-115

“Vox populi”: III. 463


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WALLACE, WILLIAM: IV. 266-267

WALSH, ROBERT: IV. 239-242

——: his autograph, IV. 11

WARD, THOMAS (Flaccus): IV.184-193

Ware, Prof. H.: his autograph, IV. 55

Webbe, Cornelius: his “Man about Town,” III. 464

“Weeping”: application of the term to the willow, III. 372

WELBY, AMELIA: IV. 228-232

Weld, H. H.: his autograph, IV. 39

Wetmore, Prosper M.: his autograph, IV. 54

Whipple, Edwin P.: his criticisms, IV. 374, 379

White: aversion to the colour, II. 167, 182, 187

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: her statements regarding Poe, I. xlviii., sqq.

Whittier, J. G.: his autograph, IV. 49

Wild, R. H.: his autograph, IV. 43

Wilkinson, Mrs.: her “Letters,” III. 464

WILLIAM WILSON: I. 333-354; see also I. xiv., IV. 220

WILLIS, N. P.: IV. 412-419

——: his testimony in Poe’s favour, I. xlvi.-xlix.

——: his autograph, IV. 12

——: his “Tortesa the Usurer” criticised, IV. 321-334

Wilmer, L. A.: his autograph, IV. 37

——: his “Quacks of Helicon,” IV. 515-525

Wilson, Prof. John: III. 353, 465

Wirt’s “British Spy”: III. 466

Wit: the greatest work of one, III. 466

Wither’s “Shepherd’s Hunting”: IV. 493

Words: murderous things, III. 395

WORDS, THE POWER OF: II. 189-193

Wordsworth: III. 315


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X-ING A PARAGRAB: II. 490-496


Zante, to: III. 30


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Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh.

 


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Notes:

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