Text: John Ward Ostrom, “Letters: Index to the Letters,” The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe — Vol. II: 1846-1849 (1966), pp. 423-462 (This material is protected by copyright)


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NOTE TO THE INDEX

[SEE ALSO INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS]

[Working draft — bracketed “pp” references are from the original index items as page references. These will be replaced by letter references, which are marked by “#.” Eventually, the bracketed “pp.” references should be deleted, as well as the “#” marks, leaving only the text and letter references. Perhaps use format “L-xxxn” ??]

The only topic indexed under Poe himself is “self-characterization,” all other topics, such as Poe’s health, have been indexed under “Health,” etc. Works by Poe are indexed only under title; works of other authors are indexed under both author and title; titles of works are followed by identification of the author in parentheses. Tentative identification of people not definitely identified is supplied, with a question mark, in square brackets. When a subject is mentioned in text and footnotes on the same page, the footnote has not been separately indexed. No place names have been indexed, since the chronology in volume one shows where Poe was at any given time. Bibliographical matter has not been indexed.

CUE TITLES

BJ Broadway Journal

JA John Allan

MC Maria Clemm

P Edgar Allan Poe

SLM Southern Literary Messenger

VP Virginia Poe

INDEX TO THE LETTERS

Adams, Dr. John: #2 [pp. 3]

Adams, John Quincy: #68 (p. 2), #229, #229n [pp. 96, 316, 317n]

Adams, [Joseph Alexander?]: #113 (para. 4), #114 (para. 4), #115 (para. 3) [pp. 162, 164, 167]

Addison, Joseph: #78 (para. 3) [pp. 112]

Ahasuerus (R. Tyler): #132 (para. 3) [pp. 192]

“Al Aaraaf” (P): described, #12, #13, #14 [pp. 18-19, 20, 21]; JA and publication of, #13, #16 (p. 4) [pp. 20, 26]; published, #16n, #17, #20 (p. 2) [pp. 26n, 27, 31]; “some good poetry and much extravagance,” #21 (para. 3) [pp. 32-33]; “best lines,” #24 [pp. 35]; “juvenile,” #208 [pp. 297]; mentioned, #13n, #14n, #45n, #75n [pp. 21n, 23n, 64n, 106n]. See also Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems

A1 Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems (P): publication of, #13n, #21, #21n, #23 [pp. 21n, 32, 33n, 34]; “written before I was fifteen,” #21 (para. 2) [pp. 32]; P on, #24 [pp. 35]

“Alciphron” (T. Moore): #164 (p. 2) [pp. 239]

Aldrich, James: #229 (p. 2). #229n, #241 (para. 7) [pp. 316, 317n, 332]

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger: see Weekly Messenger

Alice Ray (S. J. Hale): #212, #212n, #225 (para 3), #225n [pp. 298, 299n, 311, 312n]

Allan family (John): #1n, #9n, #28n, #30n, #245 [pp. 3n, 9, 11, 12, 15n, 39, 42n, 45n, 337]

Allan, Frances Keeling Valentine (Mrs. John): “affection” for P, #8, #28 [pp. 12, 41]; death, #10n, #16n [pp. 16n, 26n]; mentioned, #3, #4, #6n, #7, #9, #11n, #18n, #28n, #47 [pp. 5, 7, 9n, 11, 14, 17n, 29n, 42n, 68]

Allan, John: estrangement with P, #5, #6 [pp. 7-9]; P’s financial pleas to, #5, #6, #11, #11n, #13, #13n, #16n, #22, #23, #28, #29, #32, #33, #34, #35, #36 [pp. 8, 9, 16, 17n, 21n, 26n, 33, 34, 40-41, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48-50]; P attempts to make up with, #7, #8, #10n [pp. 10, 12, 16n]; and “Al Aaraaf,” #13, #14, #16 [pp. 19-22, 26]; P’s recriminatory letter to, #28 [pp. 39-42]; “not very often sober,” #25, #25n#28 (para. 4) [pp. 36, 37n, 41]; remarriage of, #27n, #31 [pp. 39n, 45]; P on, #38, #47 [pp. 54, 68]; death, #47n [pp. 69n]; mentioned, #38n [pp. 55n]

Allan, Louisa Gabriella Patterson (John Allan’s second wife): #27 [pp. 38]

Allen, Mrs.: #292 [pp. 411]

Alma: #273 [pp. 373]

Alnwick Castle (F-G Halleck): #206, #206n [pp. 294, 295n]

Ambitions, P’s: on leaving JA, #5, #7 [pp. 7-8, 10]; “the world shall be my theatre,” #8 [pp. 12]; trying to get noticed, #13 [pp. 20]; and Penn, #97 [pp. 141]; “you make your own fate,” #138 [pp. 204]; “I am not ambitious,” #179 [pp. 256]; “magnificent objects in view,” #240 [pp. 330]; and Stylus, #259 [pp. 356]. See also Penn; Projects; Stylus

American Constellation: #72, #72n [pp. 99, 100n]

“American Drama, The” (P): #164n, #300 [pp. 240n, 417]

American Daily Advertiser: #74 [pp. 103]

“American Library” (article in Blackwood’s): #259 (postscript), #259n [pp. 357]

American Literature: P on, #13, #173, #185, #194 [pp. 20, 247, 265, 281]. See also Magazines; Penn; Stylus

American Monthly Magazine (Boston): #20n [pp. 32n]

American Museum of Science, Literature and the Arts: #78n, #81, #81n, #84, #90, #90n, #112, #112n [pp. 112n, 115, 116n, 122, 127, 128n, 160, 161n]. See also Brooks

“American Parnassus” (P): see Literary America

“American Poetry” (anonymous article in London Foreign Quarterly): attacks P, #173, #173n, #175, #175n, #179 [pp. 246, 248n, 253, 254n, 258]

“American Poetry, A Lecture on” (P): reception of, #194, #195 [pp. 280-281, 283-284]; Griswold and, #196 (postscript) [pp. 285]; mentioned, #168, #168n, #168an, #170, #171,#173, #175n, #180, #185, #212n, #213n, #215, #215n [pp. 241, 242n, 244, 247, 248n, 259, 266, 299n, 300n, 301]

American Quarterly Review: #12n, #13, #13n [pp. 19n, 20, 21n]

American Review, The (Colton’s; after 1850, American Whig Review): “American Drama” and “Critics and Criticism” in, #300, #301 [pp. 417, 419]; “Ulalume” in, #258, #259n [pp. 353-354, 357n]; stops paying, #311, #311n [pp. 437, 438n]; mentioned, #227, #240,#241, #245 [pp. 313, 330, 333, 337]

American Whig Review, The: see American Review

Anastasis (G. Bush): #188n [pp. 274n]

“Angel of the Odd, The” (P): #186n [pp. 272n]

Angelo, Michael: see Michelangelo

“Annabel Lee” (P): #311, #311n, #317 [pp. 438, 439n, 445]

“Anthologia” (M. Carey): #71 [pp. 99]

Anthon, Charles: on P’s Tales, #84, #84n [pp. 121,122n]; P seeks help from, #186 [pp. 268-271]; Stylus and, #225 [pp. 312]; mentioned, #263 (para. 2) [pp. 361]

Appleton’s (Publishers): #242, #270 [pp. 334, 370]

Arbuckle: #255 [pp. 352]

Arcturus: #113, #115, #116, #201n, #242, #252, #252n [pp. 162, 167, 169, 334, 348, 349n]

Army, United States: P in, #7, #8 [pp. 9-11, 12, 13]; West Point appointment and, #9 [pp. 14]; P discharged from, #11n [pp. 17]; P and substitute in, #14, #16, #25, #26n [pp. 22, 24-25, 36, 37n]; P’s reasons for joining, #28 [pp. 41]; mentioned, #17n, #19 [pp. 28n, 29]. See also Graves, Samuel; West Point

Arnold and Andre (G. H. Calvert): #44 [pp. 62n]

Arnold, Benedict: #14, #14n [pp. 22, 23n]

Arrests, P’s: for debt, #33 [pp. 47]; for drinking, #323 [pp. 452]

Arthur Carryl (L. Osborn): #206n [pp. 294n, 295n]

Arthur Gordon Pym, The Narrative of (P): #93, #93n [pp. 130, 132n-133n]

Arthur, Timothy Shay: #120, #120n [pp. 175, 176n]

Arthur’s Ladies’ Magazine: #227 [pp. 314]

“Assignation, The” (P): #46n [pp. 66n]

Astoria (W. Irving): #78n [pp. 113n]

Astronomy: #290 (para. 5) [pp. 408]. See also Brahe; Laplace

Athenaeum, The (Baltimore): #58 [pp. 86]

Athenaeum, The (London): #233 [pp. 319]

Atlantic Souvenir, The: #17, #17n, #39n [pp. 27, 28n, 56n]

Attacks on P: in Baltimore, #80, #81 [pp. 114, 115]; Wilmer, #162, #162n [pp. 236, 237n]; London Foreign Quarterly, #173, #173n, #175, #175n, #179 [pp. 246, 248n, 253, 254n, 258]; Clark, #241 [pp. 332]; mentioned, #139 [pp. 206]. See also Burton, W.; Ellet, E. F.; Enemies; English, T. D.; New York Mirror

Aurora (New York): #143, #182, #182n [pp. 212, 262, 263n]

Autographs, P’s interest in: #57n, #75, #229, #229n, #243, #276 [pp. 85n, 106, 316, 317n, 335, 379]. See also “Autography”

“Autography, A Chapter on” (P): Sparks and, #42n [pp. 59n]; Frost in, #88n [pp. 126n]; Thomson in, #96n [pp. 140n]; Thomas’ novels and, #104n [pp. 149n]; Conrad in, #108n [pp. 154n]; Ingraham and Dow in, #117n [pp. 171n]; plan for, #123 [pp. 179]; Prentice and, #131 [pp. 190]; P’s views on, #132 [pp. 192-193]; Chivers and, #140 [pp. 207]; Ingraham and, #143n [pp. 213n]; Dana in, #241, #241n [pp. 333, 334n]; Earle in, #322n [pp. 451n]; mentioned, #51n, #57 (postscript), #75n, #81n, #123n, #127, #173n, #229n [pp. 76n, 85, 106n, 117n, 179n, 185, 248n, 317n]

“Bachelor Philosophy” (L. J. Cist): #105, #125 [pp. 150, 181, 182]

“Ballad, A” (P): #125 [pp. 181, 182]

Baltimore American: #43, #44, #44n, #80, #87, #87n [pp. 60, 61, 62n, 114, 124, 125n]

Baltimore Book, The (1838): #77 [pp. 111]

Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser: #31n, #43, #43n [pp. 45n, 59, 61n]

Baltimore Republican and Commercial Advertiser: #43, #44, #44n, #48 (postscript), #80, #81, #81n [pp. 60, 61, 62n, 71, 114, 115, 116n]

Baltimore Saturday Visiter: see Saturday Visiter

Baltimore Sun: #80, #168n, #171n [pp. 114, 241n, 244n]

Bancroft, George: #123 [pp. 179]

Barbour, Judge John J.: #10, #10n, #11n [pp. 15, 16n, 17n]

Barclay, Thomas: #3 [pp. 5]

Barney, Hiram: #254, #254n [pp. 350, 351n]

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett: praise of P, #233 #240, #240n, #244 [pp. 319-320, 329, 330n, 336]

Bateman, Mr.: #104 [pp. 148]

Bayard, Mr.: #97 [pp. 142]

Beard, Mr.: #143 [pp. 211]

Beatty, John: #332 [pp. 461]

“Beechen Tree, The” (F. W. Thomas): #143, #143n, #262, #262n, #189, #189n [pp. 212, 213n, 262, 263n, 274, 275n]

“Beleaguered City, The” (H. W. Longfellow): #110, #112 [pp. 159, 161]

“Bells, The” (P): #303, #303n [pp. 425, 426n]

“Beloved Physician, The” (P): #273 [pp. 374]

Beltzhoover’s Hotel: #14 [pp. 22]

Benjamin, Park: “high opinion of,” #88 [pp. 126]; P makes enemy, #93 [pp. 132]; “time-server,” #132 [pp. 193]; and Tasistro, #143, #143n [pp. 212, 213n]; and Thomas, #189, #189n [pp. 274, 275n]; charge of P’s forgery, #202 [pp. 290-291]; mentioned, #93n, #129, #206, #303 [pp. 133n, 187, 293, 425]; “Infatuation,” #206n [pp. 295n]

Benton, Sergeant: #25 [pp. 36]

“Berenice” (P): #42, #46n, #83n [pp. 57-58, 66n, 121n]

Bernard, Peter D.: #157, #330, #330n [pp. 230, 459, 460n]

Berryer: #118 [pp. 172]

Bessel, Friedrich Wilhelm: #290 [pp. 408]

Biographical material: #21, #47, #164 #164n [pp. 32, 68, 239, 240n]. See also Birth

Biographies of P: Saturday Museum article (1843), #153, #153n, #173 [<move to lowell entry?], #175, #179 [pp. 223-224, 225n, 246, 253, 258]; Lowell’s (1845), #179, #179n, #181, #185, #185n [pp. 258, 259n, 261, 264-265, 266n]; Cooke’s (1848), #240, #240n [pp. 328, 330n]; other, #267 [pp. 367]

Bird, Dr. Robert M.: P solicits for SLM, #51, #65 [pp. 75-76, 93]; Calavar, #51n, #65 [pp. 76n, 93]; Hawks of Hawk Hollow, #73 [pp. 101]; Infidel, #43, #46n, #51n, #65 [pp. 59, 66n, 76n, 93]; “Pine Woods,” #51n, #65n [pp. 76n, 93n]

Birth date, P’s: #3n, #10n, #16, #16n, #233, #233n, #317 [pp. 5n, 16n, 25, 26n, 319, 321n, 445]

Bisco, John: and P-English controversy, #238 [pp. 325]; mentioned, #193n, #205, #216 [pp. 280n, 292, 302]. See also #238s [< these receipts are now in appendix b] [pp. 521n238]

“Black Cat, The” (P): #175, #175n, #179 [pp. 253, 254n, 258]

Blackwell, Anna: “Legend of the Waterfall”, #270 [pp. 370]

Blackwell, Elizabeth: #270n, #280, #280n [<actually, the last entry is now Anna Blackwell] [pp. 370n, 394, 397n]

Blackwood’s Magazine: “extravagancies” of, #57 [pp. 84]; and P’s Tales, #81, #81n, #95n [pp. 116, 117n, 139n]; “American Library” in, #259 (postscript) [pp. 357]; mentioned, #42, #52, #132 [pp. 58, 77, 192]

Blaetterman, Professor George: #3n [pp. 5n]

Bliss, Elam: #29n [pp. 44n]

Blow, Mr.: #3 [pp. 5]

Blythe: #156 [pp. 229]

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount: #119 (postscript) [pp. 174]

Bolles (dictionary): #216 [pp. 302]

Bolton, Richard: #130, #131, #131n [pp. 187-189, 190, 191n]

“Bon-Bon” (P): #46n, #83n [pp. 66n, 121n]

Bool, H. W., Jr.: #19 [pp. 30]

Borrowing, and attempts to borrow: and “Al Aaraaf,”#13, #14, #16 [pp. 20, 21, 26]; and Kennedy, #40, #41 [pp. 56-57]; and Herron, #138 [pp. 204]; and Clarke, #155 [pp. 227]; and Bowen, #178, #178n [pp. 255, 256n]; and Chivers, #207 [pp. 296]; and BJ, #205, #211, #213, #213n, #216, #217, #219, #315 [pp. 292-293, 298, 299, 300n, 302, 303, 305, 315]; and Mrs. Shew, #254 [pp. 350]; and Bristed, #269 [pp. 368-369]; and Stylus, #287 [pp. 404]; and Thompson, #318 [pp. 446]. See also Finances

Bostonians (Frogpondia): #241, #354, #304 [pp. 333, 354, 427]. See also Transcendentalists

Boston Lyceum: #173, #173n, #185n [pp. 247, 248n, 266n]

Boston Miscellany: #149 [pp. 220]

Boston Notion: see Times and Notion

Boyd, Joseph B.: #105 [pp. 150]

Brahe, Tycho: #12, #21 [pp. 18, 33]

Bradbury and Soden (publishers): #149 [pp. 220]

Brennan, Patrick: #189n [pp. 275n]

Brewster, Lieutenant: #198 (postscript) [pp. 288]

“Bridal Ballad, A”: #125n [pp. 182n]. See also “Ballad”

Briggs, Charles F.: #197, #206, #234 [pp. 287, 294, 321]

Brisbane: #229 [pp. 316]

British Critic, The: #233 [pp. 319]

“Brittany” (J. R. Lowell): #241, #241n [pp. 332, 334n]

Broaders (or Broadus), Otis: #126, #126n [pp. 183, 184n]

Broadway Journal: “taken a 3d interest in,” #193, #197 [pp. 280, 286]; “Imitation” in, #195, #195n [pp. 282, 284n]; agreement on P’s joining, #197 [pp. 287n]; “resolved to give up,” #201 [pp. 290]; “flourishes,” #203 #205 [pp. 292, 293]; P’s relationship with, #206 [pp. 293-294]; P, as owner, seeks money for, #211, #213,#214, #215, #216, #216n, #219, #250n [pp. 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303n, 304-305, 346n]; P leaves, #225 [pp. 312]; pay, #238n [< receipts are now in appendix b] [pp. 521n238]; mentioned, #197, #200, #207, #220b, #228, #241 [pp. 287, 289, 296, 306, 315, 332]

Brooks, Nathan Covington: and Burton, #90, #90n [pp. 127, 128n]; mentioned, #81, #107, #112, #112n [pp. 115, 153, 160, 161n]

Brother Jonathan: #123,#181 [pp. 179, 261]

Brown, Charles Brockden: #81n [pp. 117n]

Brown, James, Jr.: #26 [pp. 37]

Brown, James D.: #26 [pp. 37]

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: see Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett

Browning, Robert: #233, #240 [pp. 320, 329]

Brownlee, [William Craig?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Bryant, William Cullen: and Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 163, 165, 167, 169]; mentioned: #151 [pp. 222]

Buckler, Eliza Sloan (Mrs. Dr.): “Answer,” #43, #43n, #44n [pp. 60, 61n, 62n]

Buckler, Dr.: #44, #44n [pp. 61, 62n]

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf: “Perdicaris,” #69 [pp. 97]

Bulletin (St. Louis): see St. Louis Bulletin

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward: “M.S. found in a Madhouse,” #42 [pp. 58]; “Monos and Daimonos,” #42 [pp. 58]; Zanoni, #137 [pp. 202]

Burgess, Mr.: #131 [pp. 189]

Burgess, Mrs.: #290 (postscript) [pp. 409]

Burgess and Stringer (mail carriers): #193, #193n [pp. 279, 280n]

Burke, William (school): #3, #3n [pp. 4, 5n]

Burr, C. Chauncey: P “indebted for more than life,” #326, #326n [pp. 454, 455, 456n]

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine: P as editor of, #81 [pp. 115]; soliciting for, #81 (postscript) [pp. 116]; premiums, #88, #88n, #95, #95n [pp. 125, 126n, 137-138, 139n]; P’s estimate of, #93 [pp. 129-132]; P’s connection with and duties at, #93n [pp. 133n]; P leaves, #93n, #96 [pp. 133n, 140]; sold, #104, #107n #112, #112n [pp. 149, 153n, 160, 161n]; circulation of, #127 [pp. 185]; mentioned, #80,#81, #82, #83, #84, #90, #97 [pp. 114, 115, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 127, 141]. See also Burton, William

Burton, William: pay for contributions to magazine, #84 [pp. 121-122]; and magazine, #88, #88n [pp. 125, 126n]; P’s settling-up letter to, #93 [pp. 129-132]; and P’s duties, #93n [pp. 133n]; “scoundrel,” #95 [pp. 137-139]; sells magazine, #104 [pp. 149]; “going to the devil,” #107 [pp. 152-153]; attacks P, #109 [pp. 155-157]; and Graham’s, #124 [pp. 180]; mentioned, #82, #86, #90, #90n [pp. 119, 123, 127, 128n]. See also Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine

Bush, George: Anastasis, #188n [pp. 274n]

“Business Man, The” (P): #122n [pp. 178n]

Butler, Fanny Kemble (Mrs. Pierce): see Kemble

“By an Octogenarian” (P. Earle): #102 [pp. 147]

Byrd, The (estate): #15, #15n, #27n [pp. 23, 24n, 39n]

Byron, George Gordon, Lord: P gives up “as a model,” #13 [pp. 20]; and swimming, #42 [pp. 57]; P on poetry of, #164 [pp. 239]; mentioned, #179 [pp. 256]; Prisoner of Chillon, #12 [pp. 19]

Calavar (R. M. Bird): #51n, #65 [pp. 76n, 93]

Calvert, George H.: #44, #44n [pp. 61, 62n]. See also Arnold and Andre

Calhoun, [John Caldwell?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Cambridge Mathematics: #27, #28 [pp. 38, 40]

Carey, Henry (“John Waters”): #226, #229, #229n [pp. 312-313, 316(?), 317n(?)]

Carey, Henry Charles: #50, #50n [pp. 74, 75n]

Carey, John L.: #87, #88, #90 [pp. 124, 125, 127]; Domestic Slavery, #88, #88n, #95, #95n [pp. 125, 128n, 138, 139n]

Carey, Lea & Carey (publishers): and “Al Aaraaf,” #13, #14, #14n, #16n, #17, #20 [pp. 20, 21, 22n, 23n, 26n, 27, 31]; P seeks help from, #38 [pp. 54]; and “Tales of the Folio Club,” #38n, #39n [pp. 55n, 56n]; and Tales, #86, #87 [pp. 123, 124]; mentioned, #13n, #50, #50n, #84 [pp. 21n, 74, 75n, 121]

Carey, Mathew: “Anthologia,” #71 [pp. 99]; “Learned Languages,” #71, #71n [pp. 98, 99n]; “National Ingratitude,” #71 [pp. 99]; “Science of Life,” #71 [pp. 99]

Carter, Armstead: #3 [pp. 5]

Carter, Miss: #26, #26n [pp. 37, 38n]

Carter, Robert: #158, #164, #267n [pp. 232, 238, 368n]

Cary, Henry (“John Waters”): see Carey, Henry

Casket, The: and Burton’s, #104, #107n [pp. 149, 153n]; and Graham’s, #186 [pp. 269]

Cass, Lewis: #68, #229, #229n [pp. 96, 316, 317n]

Catterina (P’s cat; also called “Kate”): #174, #174n, #273, #273n [pp. 251, 252, 253n, 373, 374n]

Chambers, Robert: Vestiges of Creation, #264 [pp. 362-363, 364]

Chandler, [Joseph Ripley?]: #93 [pp. 131]

Channing: #229 [pp. 316] **[[probably William Ellery Channing, combine with next entry?? Might be William Henry Channing, but William Ellery Channing seems much more likely??]]**

Channing, William Ellery: #187, #280, #280n [pp. 272, 394, 397n]

Channing, William Henry: #280, #280n [pp. 394, 397n]

“Chapter of Suggestions, A” (P): #177, #177n [pp. 255]

“Chapter on Autography, A”: see “Autography”

“Chapter on Field Sports and Manly Pastimes, A” (P): #83 [pp. 120]

Charivari (Paris): #244 [pp. 336]

Charleston Daily Courier: #237 [pp. 324]

Charley: #25 (postscript) [pp. 36]

Charlottesville Jeffersonian: #71 [pp. 99]

Charms and Countercharms (M. Osborne): #275 [pp. 375]

Cheever, [George Barrell?]: #226, #229, #229n [pp. 313, 316, 317n]

Chevalie, J.: #27 [pp. 39]

Child, Mrs. [Lydia Maria?]: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

Child of the Sea (S. A. Lewis): #272, #315, #330n [pp. 372, 442-443, 460n]

“Childhood Scenes” (J. E. Snodgrass): #88, #88n, #90, #90n [pp. 125, 126n, 127, 128n]

Chivers, Dr. Thomas Holley: P criticizes, #140 [pp. 207]; and Penn, #145 [pp. 214-216]; and Stylus, #180 [pp. 259]; P borrows from, #207, #216 [pp. 296, 302]; and P’s friendship, #239 [pp. 325-326]; and silk, #239 [pp. 326-327]; “sneaking letter” from, #330, #330n [pp. 459, 460n]; “Invocation to Spring,” #140 [pp. 207]; Lost Pleiad, #205n [pp. 293]; “Luciferian Revelation,” #207, #239 [pp. 296, 326, 327]; “Lyes Regalio,” #207 [pp. 296]; “Mighty Dead,” #145 [pp. 216]

Chronicle (Augusta, Ga.): #59 [pp. 87]

Chronicle (Baltimore): #73n, #80 [pp. 103n, 114]

Chronicle (New York): #174 [pp. 251]

Chronicle (F. W. Thomas): #304 [pp. 427, 428]

Churchill, Mr.: #104n [pp. 149n]

Churton’s Literary Register: #233 [pp. 319]

Ciphers: see Cryptography

Cist, Louis Jacob: “Bachelor Philosophy,” #105, #125 [pp. 150, 181, 182]

Clark & Austin (publishers): #212, #225 [pp. 299, 311]

Clark, Lewis Gaylord.: #126, #126n, #229, #229n, #241 [pp. 183(?), 184n(?), 316(?), 317n(?), 332]

Clark, Willis Gaylord: #120, #120n, #126, #126n [pp. 175, 176n, 183, 184n]

Clarke, Colin: #57 [pp. 84]

Clarke, James Albert: #3 [pp. 4]

Clarke, Thomas C.: and Stylus, #153, #153n, #156, #157 [pp. 224, 225n, 228, 230]; “idiocy of,” #161 [pp. 234]; mentioned, #161n [pp. 235n]

Clason, Mr.: #238n, #306 [pp. 325n, 431]. See also New York Mirror

Clay, Cassius M.: #224, #224a, #224an, #229 [pp. 310, 311n, 316(?)]

Clemm, Catherine (Mrs. William, Sr.): #54 [pp. 81-82]

Clemm, Eliza: #54 [pp. 81]

Clemm estate: #54, #57n, #68 [pp. 81-82, 85n, 96]

Clemm family: #54 [pp. 81-82]

Clemm, Henry (MC’s son): #47, #54 [pp. 67, 68, 81-82]

Clemm, James: #54 [pp. 81]

Clemm, John: #54 [pp. 81]

Clemm, Joseph: #54 [pp. 81]

Clemm, Maria Poe (Mrs. William; “Muddie”): P meets, #11n [pp. 17n]; P living with, #32n [pp. 47n]; P solicits help for, #47, #53 [pp. 68, 79-80]; P tries to establish estate claim of, #54 [pp. 81-82]; P tries to establish “Gen.” Poe back-pay claim for, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93n]; Joining P in New York, #174n [pp. 253n]; and borrowed SLM volumes, #174, #174n, #184 [pp. 252, 253n, 264]; P begs her to come to him, #323, #326 [pp. 452, 454]; and P-Shelton marriage, #332n [pp. 462n]; and Mrs. Lewis, #333 [pp. 462]; mentioned, #19, #22n, #23, #38, #47, #60, #85n, #97, #104, #124, #134, #141n, #144, #153, #156, #157, #187 (renumbered), #189, #197, #203, #207, #226, #229, #229n, #232, #236, #239, #244, #248, #257, #269, #273, #273n, #278, #286, #286n, #288, #293, #301, #303, #304, #306, #309, #311, #311n, #319 [pp. 29, 33n, 34, 54, 67, 88, 123n, 142, 149, 180, 198, 209n, 214, 225, 228, 231, 272, 274, 287, 291, 296, 313, 316, 317n, 318, 323, 326, 336, 340, 353, 369, 373, 374n, 386, 402, 404n, 405, 412, 419, 425, 426, 428, 429, 430, 432, 434, 437, 438n, 447, 448]

Clemm, Virginia: see Poe, Virginia Clemm

Clemm, William: #47 [pp. 67]

Clemm, William, Jr.: #54 [pp. 81]

Clinton Bradshaw (F. W. Thomas): #73, 104, #104n, #131, #144 [pp. 101, 148, 149n, 191, 214]

Coates, Dr. Reynell: #129 [pp. 187]

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: #42, #179 [pp. 58, 257-258]

“Coliseum, The” (P): #112, #179 [pp. 161, 258]

“Colloquy of Monos and Una” (P): #120, #120n, 122n [pp. 175, 176n, 178n]

Colton, George H.: #207, #227, #240, #241, #247, #259, #263, 263n [pp. 296, 313, 314, 330, 333, 340, 354, 360, 362n]. See also American Review

Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine: “Mesmeric Revelation” in, #180, #181, #188, #188n [pp. 260, 261, 273, 274n]; failed, #311, #311n [pp. 437, 438n]

Commercial Advertiser (New York): #73 [pp. 101]

Conchologist’s First Book, The: #249, 249n [pp. 343, 344n]

Confessions of a Poet (L. Osborn): #43, #43n, #206 [pp. 60, 61n, 294]

Confessions of an English Opium Eater (T. De Quincey): #42 [pp. 58]

“Conqueror Worm, The” (P): #179 [pp. 258]

Conrad, Robert T.: #132, #173, #173n [pp. 193, 246, 248n]

“Consumptive Girl, The” (J. C. McCabe): #58 [pp. 86]

Contests: Saturday Visiter (Baltimore), #38n, #46, #46n, #112n [pp. 55n, 65, 66n, 161n]; Dollar Newspaper (Philadelphia), #259, 259n [pp. 356, 357n]. See also Cryptography; Prizes

Cooke, Philip P.: P values, #52 [pp. 77]; criticizes “Ligeia,” #82 [pp. 117-118]; and J. R. Lowell, #179 [pp. 256]; and memoir of P, #227, #240, #240n, #267n [pp. 314, 328, 330n, 368n]; understands P, #240 [pp. 328]; “Florence Vane,” #179 [pp. 256]; Froissart Ballads, #240 [pp. 330]; “Power of the Bards,” #227 [pp. 313]; “Turkey-Hunter,” #227 [pp. 313]; “Young Rosalie Lee,” #179, #227, 240 [pp. 256, 314, 329]

Cooley: #229 [pp. 316] **[[Possibly Thomas McIntyre Cooley (1824-1898), who was apparently a newspaper editor prior to embarking on a long and distinguished legal career. His editing career may have begun in 1848???]]**

Cooper, James Fenimore: P solicits for SLM, #66 [pp. 94]; and Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 163, 165, 167, 169]; mentioned, #68, #151 [pp. 96, 222]

Copyright: American, #143, #145 [pp. 212, 216]; International, #107, #108, #142, #172 [pp. 152, 154, 210, 245]; general, [pp. 370]

“Corrected Proofs” (H. H. Weld): #123 [pp. 179]

Courier and Daily Compiler (Richmond): attack on SLM, #73 [pp. 100-102]

Courier and Enquirer (New York): #263 [pp. 361]

Court-martial, P’s: see West Point

Cranch, Christopher Pearse: #229, #229n #243n [pp. 316, 317n, 335n]

Crayon Miscellany (W. Irving): #78n [pp. 113n]

“Critical History of American Literature” (P): See Projects

Criticism: Folio club a “burlesque of,” #37, #74 [pp. 53, 104]; of reading public’s taste, #42 [pp. 57-58]; on magazines, #45 [pp. 62-63]; on Osborn’s Confessions, #43 [pp. 60]; on “Berenice,” #42 [pp. 57-58]; on “Hans Phaal,” #46 [pp. 65]; of Tucker’s poems, #52 [pp. 77-78]; P of his own work, #52 [pp. 78]; P and Irving, #78 [pp. 112]; P as editor of SLM, #81 [pp. 115]; P on Burton’s, #81 [pp. 116]; Cooke on “Ligeia” and “Morella,” #82, #82n [pp. 117-118, 119n]; Snodgrass on P, #84 [pp. 121]; Burton and P, #93 [pp. 129-132]; Burton’s, of Pym, #93, #93n [pp. 130, 132n-133n]; of Thomas’ novels, #104 [pp. 148]; general, and Penn, #106, #107, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 150, 152, 162-163, 164, 166, 168]; and libel laws, #107 [pp. 152]; of “Autography,” #132 [pp. 193]; of Lippard’s “Ladye Annabel,” #169 [pp. 242-243]; on American, #194 [pp. 281]; on alienating people by, #195, #280 [pp. 282, 394]; and writing of “Reply to English,” #237 [pp. 324]; on his tales, #240 [pp. 328-329]; on “Raven” and “Sleeper,” #241 [pp. 331-332]; general, #241 [pp. 332]; on “Literati,” #241 [pp. 333]; P-English controversy started by, #250 [pp. 344]; and M. Fullers school, #259 [pp. 355]; on publishing, #270 [pp. 370]; on Lewis’ “Child of the Sea,” #272 [pp. 372]; P replies to that of Eureka, #277 [pp. 379-382]; of Whitman’s “Arcturus,” #290 [pp. 408]; on Mrs. Lewis’ “Prisoner of Perote,” #297 [pp. 413-414]; P on literature, #304 [pp. 427]; and “namby-pambyism,” #304 [pp. 428]; and hoaxes, #308 [pp. 433]; of scientists in Eureka, #320 [pp. 449]. See also Magazines, ideal; Reviews

“Critics and Criticism” (P): #300, #300n, #301 [pp. 417, 419]

Crock of Gold (M. Tupper): #233 [pp. 319]

Crocker, Reverend Dr.: #295,#301, #302 [pp. 413, 418(?), 420, 421]

Cryptography: offer to solve ciphers, #81n [pp. 117n]; Frailey cipher, #118, #130, #131 [pp. 172-173, 188-189, 190]; Whackemwell cipher, #121 [pp. 177]; Meek cipher, #162 [pp. 235-236]; Brewster cipher, #198 [pp. 288]; Douglas cipher, #198 [pp. 288]; Percival cipher, #222 [pp. 309]. See also #124s [pp. 494n124]

Cudworth, Rev. Warren H.: #298, #301, #301n, #309, #319n [pp. 415, 418, 419n, 434, 435, 448n]

Culprit Fay, The (J. R. Drake): #73 [pp. 101]

Cunningham, Mr. (of Richmond): #27 [pp. 39]

Custom House Appointment: See United States Government

Cuvier, Baron Georges Léopold Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert: #249, #249n [pp. 343, 344n]

Dana, Richard H.: #241, #241n [pp. 333, 334n]

Daniel, John M.: #330, #330n [pp. 458, 459n]

Darley, Felix Octavius Carr: #315 [pp. 442]

Dawes, [Rufus]: #123, #123n [pp. 179, 180n]

Debts, P’s: for army substitute, #14, #16, #16n, #25, #25n [pp. 22, 24, 25, 26n, 36, 37n]; and University of Virginia, #28 [pp. 40-41]; arrested for, #33 [pp. 47]; and Cox, #85 [pp. 122-123]; and Dow, #197 [pp. 286-287]; mentioned, #27, #68, #156 [pp. 38, 95, 229]

Defoe, Daniel: Mrs. Veal, #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]; Robinson Crusoe, #153, #308, #308n [pp. 224, 433, 434n]

Deming, [Henry Champion? (1815-1872)]: #229 [pp. 316]

Democratic Review: see United States Magazine and Democratic Review

De Quincey, Thomas: Confessions of an Opium Eater, #42 [pp. 58]

“Decent into the Maelstrom, A” (P): #74n, #120, #120n, #122, #179 [pp. 105n, 175, 176n, 178, 258]

Depression: See Melancholy

Detective stories: See “Mystery of Marie Rogêt,” “Murders in the Rue Morgue,” “Purloined Letter.” See also “Gold-Bug”

“Devil’s Visit to St. Dunstan, The” (J. Tomlin): #101, #101n [pp. 146, 147n]

Dew, Thomas R.: #59, #59n, #62, #62n, #68 [pp. 87, 88n, 90, 91n, 96]

Dewey [Orville?]: #229 [pp. 316]; Old World and the New, #73 [pp. 101]

Dial, The: #126, #126n [pp. 183, 184n]

Dickens, Charles: and slurring article on P, #173, #175, #179 [pp. 246, 253-254 258]; Barnaby Rudge, #132, #193 [pp. 193, 280]

Dickinson College (Carlisle, Pennsylvania): #234 [pp. 321]

“Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences” (P): #175, #175n [pp. 253, 254n]

“Disaster following fast, following faster”: #273 [pp. 372]

“Discoveries in the Moon” (John Locke): #50, #50n [pp. 74, 75n]

D’Israeli, Isaac: #82, #82n [pp. 117, 119n]

Dixon, Turner: #3 [pp. 5]

Discharge from Army: See Army

Doctors, P’s: See Buckler; Freeman; Snodgrass

Dollar Newspaper (Philadelphia) (also called Dollar Weekly): publishes P’s “Spectacles,” #173, #173n [pp. 247, 248n]; contest, #259, #259n [pp. 356, 357n]; mentioned, #188, #197n [pp. 273, 287n]

“Domain of Arnheim, The” (“The Landscape Garden”; P): #280 (p. 9) [pp. 397]

Domestic Slavery (J. L. Carey): #88, #90, #90n, #95, #95n [pp. 125, 127, 128n, 138, 139n]

“Doom, The” (in SLM): #42, #45 [pp. 57,64]

Douglas, Richard: #198 [pp. 288]

Dow, Jesse E.: P apologizes to, for drinking, #156 [pp. 228-229]; P’s debt to, #197 [pp. 286-287]; mentioned, #117, #124, #124n, #127, #131, #131n, #132, #142, #182, #189, #189n, #198 [pp. 171, 180, 181n, 185, 190, 191n, 193, 210, 262, 274, 275n, 288]

Dow, Mrs. Jesse E.: #156 [pp. 229]

Downey: #25, #25n [pp. 36, 37n]

Drake, Joseph Rodman: The Culprit Fay and Other Poems, #73 [pp. 101]

Drama: See Politian

Draper, John W.: #320, #320n [pp. 449, 450n]

“Dream, The” (in SLM): #52 [pp. 78]

“Dreamland” (P): #179 (p. 3) [pp. 258]

Drinking, P’s: instrumental in losing SLM job, #50n [pp. 74n]; “the enemy” fought, #54 [pp. 81]; Burton attacks P on, and P’s defense, #109 [pp. 156-157]; P apologizes for, in Washington, #156 [pp. 228-229]; Thomas’ description of P’s, quoted, #156n [pp. 230n]; “resolved” not to, #207, #207n [pp. 296, 297n]; “done forever with,” #239 [pp. 326]; and VP’s illness, #259 [pp. 356]; and gregariousness, #263 [pp. 360]; arrested for, #323 [pp. 452]; mentioned, #174, #285n, #327, #327n [pp. 252, 400n, 455, 456n]

“Drowne’s Wooden Image” (N. Hawthorne): #181 [pp. 261]

Dryden, John: #120 [pp. 175]

Duane, William: and borrowed SLM volumes, #174n, #184, #191 [pp. 253n, 264, 276]; mentioned, #229, #229n [pp. 91, 316, 317n]

“Duc de L’Omelette” (P): #46n, #83n [pp. 66n, 121n]

Duke: #25 [pp. 36]

Dunnell, T. L.: #291, #291n [pp. 410, 411n]

Dunning, Mr. (of Hatch and Dunning): #23 [pp. 34]

“Dupin”: #136, #137, #240 [pp. 200, 201, 202, 328]

Du Solle, John: #144, #235 [pp. 214, 322]

Duyckinck, Evert A.: and P’s lectures, #194, #194n [pp. 281, 282n]; P offers share in BJ to, #201 [pp. 290]; and 2d ed. of Tales, #223, #223n [pp. 309, 310n]; and choice of tales, #240, #240n, #241, #241n [pp. 328, 330n, 332, 334n]; and “Ulalume,” #305 [pp. 429]; offered “Von Kempelen,” #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]; mentioned, #234n, #252, #252n [pp. 321n, 348, 349n]

Duyckinck, George Long: #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]

Eames, Mr.: #304 [pp. 428]

Earle, Dr. Pliny: #322, #322n [pp. 451n]; “By an Octogenarian”: #102 [pp. 147]

East and West (F. W. Thomas): #104, #104n [pp. 148, 149n]

Eaton, Major John: #10n, #11n, #16, #18, #19, #20, #26 (postscript) [pp. 16n, 17n, 25-26, 28, 29, 31, 38]

Education: Burke’s school, #3, #3n [pp. 4, 5n]; standing University of Virginia, #4n [pp. 7n]; JA offered and didn’t fulfill, #5, #28 [pp. 7-8, 39-42]; at West Point, #27 [pp. 38]; and languages, #131, #131n [pp. 190, 191n]. See also Virginia, University of; West Point

“Eleanora” (P): #122 [pp. 178n]

“Eliza of Saco, Maine”: See Thornton, Eliza Gookin

“Elk, The” (“Morning on the Wissahickon”; P): #175, #175n [pp. 253, 254n]

Elkswatawa (J. S. French): #73 [pp. 101]

Ellet, Mrs. Elizabeth Frieze: persecuting P, #280, #290, #290n, #306 [pp. 393, 394, 407-408, 409n, 431]; mentioned, #73, #220 [pp. 101, 305]

Elliot, Commodore: #156 (postscript) [pp. 229-230]

Embury, Mrs. Emma: #129 [pp. 187]

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: #123, #123n, #179 , #242, #280 (p. 5) [pp. 179, 180n, 258, 334, 394]

“Endymion” (H. B. Hirst): #266 [pp. 365]

Enemies, P’s: in Baltimore, #80, #81 [pp. 114, 115]; and reviewing, #93 [pp. 132]; Wilmer, #162, #162n [pp. 236, 237n]; thoughts on, #169 [pp. 243]; and BJ, #219 [pp. 304-305]; and “Reply to English,” #237 [pp. 323-324]; “birds of prey,” #239 [pp. 325-326]; and P’s health, #246 [pp. 338, 339]; and P’s drinking, #259 [pp. 356]; Mrs. Ellet, #280 (pp. 3-4), #290 [pp. 393-394, 407-408]; reason for, #280 (pp. 4-5) [pp. 394]; and P-Annie relationship, #306, #309 [pp. 430-432, 434-435]. See also Attacks; English, T. D.; “Reply to English”

England: P in, #1n, #9n, #30n, #47, #47n [pp. 3n, 15n, 45n, 68, 69n]; reception of P’s writings in, #233, #239, #240, #244, #245n [pp. 319, 327, 329, 336, 337n]

English, Thomas Dunn: “malicious villain,” #182 [pp. 262]; controversy with P, #203n, #235, #237, #250, #259, #280 [pp. 291n, 321-322, 324, 344, 355, 393]; law suit, #238, #252 [pp. 325, 348-349]; mentioned, #182n, #220a, #220an, #243n, #246n [pp. 263n, 305, 306n, 335n, 339n]. See also Law; New York Mirror

“Enigma, An” (P): #257 [pp. 353]

“Enigmatical and Conundrum-ical” (P): #81n [pp. 117n]

“Epimanes” (P): #37, #50, #83n [pp. 53, 74, 121n]

“Ermina’s Gale” (J. E. Locke): #309n [pp. 435n]

“Eulalie” (P): sends MS to R. Carter #152 [pp. 223]

Eureka: as a lecture (“The Universe”), #179, #262 [pp. 258, 359]; abstract of, #263 [pp. 361-362]; pay for, #269 (postscript) [pp. 369]; P answers criticism against, #277 [pp. 379-382]; P “can accomplish nothing more,” #323 [pp. 452]; mentioned, #262n, #264n, #265n, #267, #267n, #273, #275, #275n, #319, #320, #320n [pp. 359n, 364n, 365n, 366, 367n, 374, 375, 376n, 447, 449, 450n]

Evangeline (H. W. Longfellow): #259 [pp. 354]

Evening Mirror (New York): See New York Mirror

Evening Post (New York): #88 [pp. 125]

Evening Star (New York): #81 [pp. 116]

Everett, Edward: #229. #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

Expenses: See Finances

Express, The: See New York Express

Fable for Critics, A (J. R. Lowell): “skimmed milk and water,” #304 [pp. 427]; mentioned, #206n, #304n, #320 [pp. 295n, 429n, 449]

“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” (P): in England, #233, #233n, #244, #244n [pp. 319, 320n, 336, 337n]; E. Barrett and, #233 (p. 2), #240 [pp. 320, 329]; “hoax,” #245, #252 (postscript) [pp. 337, 349]; mentioned, #221n, #227, #308, #308n [pp. 306n, 314, 433, 434n]

“Fairyland” (P): #20n [pp. 31n-32n]. See also “Heaven”

“Fall of the House of Usher” (P): newspaper opinion of, #81 [pp. 116]; Irving and, #82 [pp. 118]; and “The Haunted Palace,” #112 [pp. 161]; mentioned, #82n, #84n, #179, #193 [pp. 119n, 122n, 258, 280n]

Family Magazine: #111 [pp. 159, 160n]

Family, Poe: See Poe family

Fancher, E. L.: #237, #238 [pp. 324, 325]

Fay, Theodore S.: #129, #229 [pp. 187(?), 316(?)]; Norman Leslie, #73, #73n [pp. 101, 102, 103n]

Female Poets of America (R. W. Griswold): #299, #299n, #321 [pp. 415, 416n, 450-451]

Finances: and JA, #5, #6, #11, #11n, #13n, #16n, #22, #23, #28, #29, #32, #33, #34 [pp. 8, 9, 16, 17n, 21n, 26n, 33, 34, 40-41, 43-44, 46, 47, 48-50]; “do not desire assistance,” #7 [pp. 11]; robbed, #14, #14n, #16 [pp. 22, 23n, 25]; and army substitute, #14, #16, #16n, #25, #25n [pp. 22, 24, 25, 26n, 36, 37n]; and West Point, #19 [pp. 29-30]; and University of Virginia, #28, #28n [pp. 40-41, 42n]; P describes, after JA’s death, #38, #38n, #280 [pp. 54, 55n, 393]; application for teaching job because of, #40 [pp. 56]; expectation of JA’s money, #47 [pp. 68]; and house in Richmond, #48 [pp. 70]; and MC’s boarding house, #53, #68 [pp. 79-80, 95-96]; and Penn, #96, #97, #98, #108, #140, #145 [pp. 140, 141-142, 143, 154, 208, 214-215]; and government job, #118, #134, #138, #145 [pp. 172, 197, 204, 214-215]; and Graham, #132, #255 [pp. 192, 351]; P considers bankruptcy, #135 [pp. 198-199]; and Pioneer, #153a, #156, #158, #163, #164 [pp. 225-226, 228-229, 231, 237, 238]; and Stylus, #153 [pp. 224]; and ideal magazine, #173, #185, #186, #260, #312, #329, #329n [pp. 247, 266, 269-270, 358, 440, 457, 458n]; and “Phantasy Pieces,” #186 [pp. 271]; and move to New York, #174 [pp. 252]; asks advance, #201 [pp. 290]; general reckoning, #215 [pp. 301]; and “Reply to English,” #237, #237n [pp. 323, 324n]; and P-English controversy, #238n, #250, #250n [pp. 325n, 344-345n]; and attacks on P, #239 [pp. 326]; and publicity about poverty, #246, #247n, #251 [pp. 338-339, 340n, 347]; and Mrs. Whitman, #280 (pp. 6, 9) [pp. 395, 397]; going badly, #311 [pp. 437-438]; and lectures, #316, #330 [pp. 444, 458]; and Richmond trip, #326, #327, #332 [pp. 454, 455, 461]; and Mrs. Loud’s poems, #330 [pp. 458]; mentioned, #48, #54, #256, #298, #301, #319 [pp. 71, 81, 352, 415, 418, 447]. See also Borrowing; Debts; Magazines, Pay; Salary

Fisher, E. Burke: #120 [pp. 176]

“Flaccus” (Thomas Ward): #229 [pp. 316(?)]; Poems: #187 (renumbered), #193 [pp. 272, 279]

Flag of Our Union: pay, #303 [pp. 425]; “Von Kempelen” in, #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]; “For Annie” in, #309, #310 [pp. 435, 436]; mentioned, #299n, #303n, #311, #311n [pp. 417n, 426n, 438, 439n]

Flaxman, John: #151 [pp. 221]

Flint, [Timothy?]: #68 [pp. 96]

“Florence Vane” (P. P. Cooke): #179 [pp. 256]

“Folio Club, Tales of the”: See “Tales of the Folio Club”

“For Annie” (P): “much the best I have ever written,” #309 [pp. 435]; and Home Journal, #310, #311, #311n [pp. 436, 438, 439n]; mentioned, #314, #316, #317, #320, #320n [pp. 442, 444, 445, 449, 450n]

Forgery: P accused of, #202, #250, #259 [pp. 290-291, 344, 355]

Forster, John: #179n [pp. 258n]

Foster, George G.: #81, #143, #143n [pp. 117n, 212, 213n]

Frailey, Dr.: cipher, #118, #130, #131, #162 [pp. 172-173, 188-189, 190, 236]; mentioned, #156, #156n [pp. 229, 230n]

Francis, [John Wakefield?]: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

“Franklin, MSS of Benjamin”: #63 [pp. 91]

Freeman, Dr.: #268 [pp. 368]

French [language]: #131, #132 [pp. 190, 192]

French, James S.: Elkswatawa, #73 [pp. 101]

“Frogpondia”: See Bostonians

Froissart Ballads and Other Poems (P. P. Cooke): #240 [pp. 330]

Frost, John: #88, #88n, #104 [pp. 125, 126n, 148]

Fuller, Hiram: attack on P, #233, #250, #280 [pp. 318-319, 320, 345, 393]; P sues, #238n [pp. 325n]; Mrs. Ellet’s “miserable tool,” #306 [pp. 431]; mentioned, #246 [pp. 339n]

Fuller, Mrs. Hiram: #233 [pp. 319]

Fuller, Margaret: and C. Mathews, #172n [pp. 245n]; “grossly dishonest,” #259, #259n [pp. 355, 357n]; P’s enemy, #280 (p. 5), #280n [pp. 394, 397n]; and Lowell, #304 [pp. 427]; mentioned, #280 (p. 9), #290 (p. 3), #290n [pp. 397(?), 407, 409n]

Fuller, Mr.: #156 [pp. 229]

Gallatin, [Albert?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Galt family: #245 [pp. 337]

Galt, James: #10, #10n, #23n, #26, #27, #28 (p. 2), #28n [pp. 15, 16n, 34n, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42n]

Galt, William, Jr.: #10, #10n, #15n, #23 [pp. 15, 16n, 24n, 34]

Galt, William, Sr.: #10n, #23n, #27n [pp. 16n, 34n, 39n]

Gazette (Philadelphia): #73, #120, #120n [pp. 102, 175, 176n]

Genealogy: P’s, #47, JA’s, #245 (postscript) [pp. 66-69, 337]

Gentlemen’s Magazine, The (Cincinnati): #301, #311n [pp. 419, 439n] **[[The last reference may have been changed to The Flag of Our Union]]**

George [Morrell?]: #93, #93n [pp. 129, 132n]

George Balcombe (N. B. Tucker): #52n, #129 [pp. 79n, 187]

Gibbon, Major James: #10, #10n [pp. 15, 16n]

Gift, The: “MS. found in a Bottle” in (1835), #50, #50n [pp. 74, 75n]; “William Wilson” in (1840), #82 [pp. 119]; “Purloined Letter” in (1845), #179 [pp. 258]

Gigoux, Jean François: #153, #158 [pp. 224, 232]

Gil Blas de Santillane, L’Histoire de (A. R. Lesage): #28, #153, #158 [pp. 40, 224, 232]

Giles, Peyton: #26 [pp. 37]

Gilfillan, George: Sketches of Modern Literature, #242 [pp. 334]

Gleason, Frederick: #303, #303n [pp. 425, 426n]

Glyndon [character in Bulwer’s Zanoni]: #267 [pp. 366]

Godey, Louis A.: tales written for, #179 [pp. 258]; “Literati” being written for, #227 [pp. 314]; and “Reply to English,” #236, #237 [pp. 323-324]; “good little man,” #263 [pp. 360]; helps P, #327, #327n [pp. 455, 456n]; mentioned, #90, #126, #132, #173, #173n, #177, #252 [pp. 127, 183, 192, 247, 248n, 255, 349]. See also Godey’s Lady’s Book

Godey’s Lady’s Book: pay, #227 [pp. 314]; and T. D. English, #237, #250 [pp. 324, 344]; “Mellonta Tanta” in #261n [pp. 359n]; mentioned, #126, #132, #173n, #177n, #225, #225n, #230, #239, #241, #301, 301n [pp. 183, 192, 248n, 255n, 311, 312n, 317, 326, 333, 419, 420n]. See also Godey, Louis A.

Godwin, Parke: #229, #241 [pp. 316, 332]

Godwin, Mrs.: #229 [pp. 316]

“Gold Bug, The” (P): “my most successful,” #175 [pp. 253]; pay for, #187 (renumbered), #259n [pp. 272, 357n]; reasons for writing, #197 [pp. 287]; wins Dollar Newspaper contest, #259, #259n [pp. 356, 357n]; mentioned, #175n, #179 (p. 4), #193 [pp. 254n, 258, 280]

Gore, Mrs. Catherine G. F.: #301, #301n [pp. 419, 420n]

Gould, Miss Hannah Flagg: #73 [pp. 101]

Graham, George Rex: buys Burton’s, #104 [pp. 149]; “gentlemanly personage,” #107 [pp. 153]; P joins, #109 [pp. 157]; and Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117, #139, #140 [pp. 161-162, 163-165, 166-167, 168, 170, 205, 207-208]; treatment of P, #132 [pp. 192]; and “Autography,” #132 [pp. 193]; P “parted company” with, #134 [pp. 197]; wants P back on magazine, #143 [pp. 211]; and P’s finances, #255, #256 [pp. 351, 352]; and “Gold Bug,” #259, #259n [pp. 356, 357n]; mentioned, #109, #110, #118, #125, #125n, #128, #129, #133, #134, #174, #175, #179, #185, #259, #311 [pp. 155, 158, 172, 181, 182n, 186, 187, 194, 198, 246, 252, 253, 258, 265, 354, 438]. See also Graham’s Magazine

Graham’s Magazine: “Chapter on Autography” in, #51n [pp. 76n]; P joins, #109, #109n [pp. 157, 158n]; P as editor, soliciting for, #110, #128 [pp. 158-159, 186]; “disgusted with my situation,” #117 [pp. 170]; and ciphers, #118, #130 [pp. 173, 188]; circulation of, #124, #132, #139, #139n, #145, #186, #312 [pp. 180, 192, 206, 207n, 215, 269-270, 440]; and P’s reviews, #125 [pp. 182]; “progressing,” #127 [pp. 185]; pay, #128n, #136, #187 (renumbered), #227, #255, #256, #301 [pp. 186n, 198n, 200, 272, 314, 351, 352, 419]; contributors, #129 [pp. 187]; P leaves, #134, #135, #140, #141 [pp. 197, 198, 207, 209]; P’s possible return to, #143 [pp. 211, 212]; memoir of Willis in, #173, #173n [pp. 246, 248n]; “will never do,” #180 [pp. 259]; P bills for work, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 272]; P biography in, #267 [pp. 367]; mentioned, #104n, #107n, #117, #119, #120, #125, #136, #137, #139, #151, #164, #175, #186, #193, #195, #244, #259, #263, #263n, #291 (postscript), #319, #319n [pp. 149n, 153n, 170, 174, 176, 181, 199, 200, 201, 202-203, 205, 222, 238, 239, 253, 268, 280, 282, 336, 354, 360, 362n, 411, 447, 448n]

Grammar: #140, #140n [pp. 207, 209n]

Granada (W. Irving): #78 [pp. 112]

Grandville, [Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard?]: #153, #158, #173 [pp. 224, 232, 247]

Graves, Sergeant Samuel (“Bully”): as P’s army substitute, #14, #14n, #16, #16n, #19, #19n, #26n, #28 (p. 3), #28n [pp. 22, 23n, 24, 26n, 29, 30n, 38, 41, 42n]

Graves, Mrs. Samuel: #25 [pp. 36]

Greek [language]: #131 [pp. 190]

Greeley, Horace: #229, #319 [pp. 316, 447(?)]

Grey, Edward S. T. (pseudonym of P): #276, #299, #299n [pp. 379, 461, 462n]

Griffith, Sergeant: #25 [pp. 36]

Grigsby, Hugh Blair: #59, #59n [pp. 87, 88n]

Griswold, Rufus White: #241, #241n, #291 [pp. 331, 333n, 410-411]

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot: and SLM, #129, #210 [pp. 187]; and Graham’s, #134, #137n, #139, #140, #143n [pp. 197, 203n, 205, 207, 212n]; P on, #143 [pp. 211-212]; on P, #143n [pp. 213n]; “precious fellow,” #145 [pp. 216]; “lacks independence or judgment,” #164 [pp. 239]; P apologizes to, #190 [pp. 275-276]; and falsification of P letters, #190n, #193n, #240n, Appendix A [pp. 276n, 280n, 330n, 490]; P submits work to, #193 [pp. 279-280]; P asks help from, #211 [pp. 298]; changing of “Literati,” #243n [pp. 335n]; mentioned, #124, #161, #161n, #227 [pp. 180, 234, 235n, 314]; Female Poets of America, #299, #299n, #321 [pp. 415, 416n, 450-451]; Poets and Poetry of America, #112, #127, #137, #139 (p. 3), #143, #193, #240, #249n, 317 [pp. 160-161, 185, 202, 206, 211-212, 279-280, 329, 330n, 445]; Prose Writers of America, #193 [pp. 279-280]

Gulliver’s Travels (J. Swift): #158 [pp. 232]

Gwynn, William: #43n [pp. 61n]

Hale, David E.: #75, #75n [pp. 105, 106n]

Hale, Mrs. Sarah J.: and Opal, #176, #177 [pp. 254, 255]; Alice Ray, #299, #299n, #225, #225n [pp. 298, 299n, 311, 312n]; Harry Guy, #225, #225n [pp. 311, 312n]; Ormond Grosvenor, #225, #225n [pp. 311, 312n]; “Sabbath and its Rest,” #225 [pp. 311]

Hall: #48 [pp. 70]

Hall, Basil: #74, #74n [103, 104n]

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: P solicits for SLM, #67 [pp. 94-95] and Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 163, 165, 167, 168-170]; P on, #206 [pp. 294]; and BJ, #219 [pp. 304-305]; mentioned, #73 [pp. 101]; Alnwick Castle, #206, #206n [pp. 294, 295n]

“Hans Phaal” (P): #46, #50 (p. 2), #50n, #74n, #84n [pp. 65, 66, 74, 75n, 104n, 105n, 121n]

Harker, Samuel: #81, #81n [pp. 115, 116n]

Harnden’s Express (mail carriers): #151, #225, #236 [pp. 222, 312, 323]

Harper and Brothers (publishers): #186 [pp. 271]

Harring, Harro: #229 [pp. 316]

Harris, Sandy: #235 [pp. 322]

Harrison, William H.: #145 (p. 3) [pp. 216]

Harry Guy (S. J. Hale): #225, #225n [pp. 311, 312n]

Hartford Weekly Gazette (called “Hartford Review”): #241, #241n, #291 [pp. 331, 333n, 411]

Hatch and Dunning (publishers): and Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems, #13n, #20n, #21n, #23 [pp. 21n, 32n, 33n, 34]

“Haunted Palace, The” (P): and Longfellow’s plagiarism, #112 [pp. 160-161]; mentioned, #78n, #84n, #179 [pp. 113n, 122n, 258]

Hawks of Hawk Hollow, The (R. M. Bird): #73 [pp. 101]

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: and Stylus, #158 [pp. 232]; “man of rare genius,” #181 [pp. 261]; P article on, #241, #241n, #252, #259, #259n, #291 [pp. 333, 334n, 349, 354, 357n, 411]; mentioned, #151 [pp. 222]; “Drowne’s Wooden Image,” #181 [pp. 261]

Headley, [Joel Tyler?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Health, P’s: and West Point, #29 [pp. 43]; “better than for years past,” #54 [pp. 81]; “late illness,” #75, #76, #81n [pp. 105, 106, 116n]; “severe illness;” #105, #107 [pp. 150, 151]; “very unwell,” #138 [pp. 204]; “chills and fever,” #144 [pp. 213]; “still very unwell,” #144 [pp. 214]; “very seriously ill,” #201 [pp. 290]; “been quite sick,” #227 [pp. 313]; “seriously ill,” #233, #239 [pp. 320, 325]; and writing, #239, #239n, #241, #241n [pp. 326, 327n, 331, 333n]; and publicity about, #246, #247n, #251, #251n [pp. 338-339, 340n, 347, 348n]; “never been so well,” #259 [pp. 355]; and habits, #263 [pp. 360]; “very ill,” #284 [pp. 399]; and Annie, #289 [pp. 405]; headache, #301 [pp. 419]; “cholera,” #323, #327, #329 [pp. 452, 456, 457]; mentioned, #28, #43, #44, #229, #250, #251, #252, #253, #255, #271 (postscript), #278 (p. 11), #280 (p. 3), #286 (move up to Annie), #287, #304, #311 (move up to Annie), #311n, #314, #326, #327 [pp. 42, 59, 61, 316, 345, 346, 348, 349, 351, 371, 390, 393, 403, 404, 428, 437, 438n, 442, 453-454, 455]. See also Drinking; Insanity; Melancholy; Suicide

Heath, James E.: #129 [pp. 187]

“Heaven” (later “Fairyland”; P): praised by Neal, #21 [pp. 32]; mentioned, #20n, #21n, #75n [pp. 31n, 33n, 106n]

Height, P’s: #233 [pp. 319]

Heiskell’s: See Indian Queen Hotel

Henderson, Mr.: #26 [pp. 38]

Henry, Caleb S.: #97n [pp. 142n]

Herbert, Henry William: #129, #226 [pp. 187, 313(?)]

Herring, Eliza Poe (Mrs. Henry; P’s aunt): #47 [pp. 67]

Herring, Henry (P’s uncle): #47, #203, #203n [pp. 67, 291, 292n]

Herron, James: #142 [pp. 210]

Hewitt, John H.: #46n, #137, #137n [pp. 66n, 201, 203n]

Hewitt, Mrs. [Mary Elizabeth?]: #246n, #290 [pp. 339n, 408-409]

Heywood, A. Bardwell (Annie’s brother): #298, #307, #309, #309n, #319 [pp. 415, 432, 434, 435n, 448]

Heywood, Mr. and Mrs. (Annie’s parents): #298, #307, #309n, #319 [pp. 415, 432, 435n, 448]

Heywood, Sarah H. (Annie Richmond’s sister): #289, #298, #301, #303, #309, #319 [pp. 405-406, 415, 418, 419, 425, 426, 435, 448]

Hirst, Henry Beck: and Saturday Museum article on P, #153, #153n, #175, #179, #267n [pp. 223-224, 225n, 253, 258, 368n]; and borrowed SLM volumes, #174, #174n, #184 [pp. 252, 253n, 264]; and T. D. English, #235 [pp. 321-322]; mentioned, #164 (p. 3) [p. 239]; Endymion, #266 [p. 365]

Hitchcock, Captain: #26 [pp. 37]

Hoaxes, P’s: See “Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar”; “Von Kempelen and His Discovery”

Hoffman, Charles Fenno: #123, #123n, #143, #226 [pp. 179, 180n, 212, 313]

Hoffman, David: #107, #107n [pp. 152, 153n]

Holden, Ezra: #132 [pp. 193]

Holden’s Magazine: #320, #320n [pp. 449, 450n]

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: #243 [pp. 335]

Home Journal: paragraph about P’s poverty in, #251n [pp. 348n]; reprint of “Ulalume” in, #258, #259, #310 [pp. 354, 357]; and P’s lectures, #262 [pp. 359n]; and “For Annie,” #310, #311, #311n, #316 [pp. 436, 438, 439n, 444]; mentioned, #244, #244n, #246, #251, #266, #278 (p. 6), #290 (p. 4), #291, #320, #320n [pp. 336, 337n, 338, 347, 365, 386, 408, 410, 449, 450n]

Hood, Thomas: #241 [pp. 332]

Hooper, Sergeant: #25 [pp. 36]

“Hop-Frog” (P): #303, #309 [pp. 425, 435]

Hopkins, E. A.: #263 (p. 2), #263n, #264, #264n [pp. 361, 362n, 363, 364n] (He is actually John Henry Hopkins, whom Poe has misidentified)

Hopkins, John Henry, Bishop: #263 (p. 2) [pp. 361]

Hopkins, John Henry, Jr.: and P and Mrs. Shew, #273, #273n [pp. 373, 374n]; and Eureka, #277 [pp. 382n]; mentioned, #265 [pp. 364]

Hopkinson, Judge Joseph: #68 [pp. 96]

Horne, R. H.: #172, #172n [pp. 245, 246n]; “Orion,” #172, #173, #173n, #216, #216n [pp. 245, 246, 248n, 302, 303n]

Horseshoe Robinson (J. P. Kennedy): #43, #43n, #50, #50n, #54 [pp. 59-60, 61n, 74, 75n, 82]

House, Colonel James: #8, #10, #10n, #14, #16 [pp. 12, 13, 15, 16n, 22, 24]

Howard, Lieutenant J.: #7, #8, #14, #16 [pp. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 22, 24]

Howard Pinckney (F. W. Thomas): #104, #104n [pp. 148, 149n]

Hoyt, [Ralph?]: #226 [pp. 313]

Hubard, Mr.: #57 [pp. 83-84]

Hudson, Henry Norman: #195 (postscript), #280 (p. 5), #280n [pp. 283(?), 394, 397n]

Humor, P on: #52 [pp. 77]

Hunt, Freeman: #243, #251 [pp. 335, 346]

Hunt, J., Jr.: #226 [pp. 313(?)]

“Hymn to the Night” (H. W. Longfellow): #110, #164 [pp. 159, 238]

Hyperion (H. W. Longfellow): [pp. 159] ???? (doesn’t seem to be referenced on that page) make it #115 [p. 167]

“Ida Grey” (F. S. Osgood): #291 [pp. 411]

“I know not — I ask if guilt’s in thy heart: — ”: #280 (p. 5) [pp. 394]

“I left a calling for this idle trade”: #21 [pp. 32]

Iliad: #164 [pp. 239]

Incidents of Travel in Egypt, Arabia, and the Holy Land (J. L. Stephens): #97n, #111n, #123 [pp. 142n, 160n, 179]

Incidents of Travel in Yucatan (J. L. Stephens): #111, #111n [pp. 159, 160n]

Income: See Finances

Indian Queen Hotel (Heiskell’s): #12 [pp. 19]

“Infatuation” (P. Benjamin): #206n [pp. 295n]

Infidel, The (R. M. Bird): #42, #46n, #51n, #65 [pp. 59, 66n, 76n, 93]

Ingraham, Joseph Holt: #143, #143n [pp. 212, 213n]; Lafitte, #132 [pp. 193]; Quadroone, #117 [pp. 170-171]; Southwest, #117 [pp. 171]

Inklings of Adventure (N. P. Willis): #72 [pp. 99]

Inman, John: #226, #229 [pp. 313, 316]

Inquirer (Philadelphia): #195 (postscript) [pp. 284]

Insanity, P’s: and VP’s illness, #259 [pp. 356]; and Mrs. Ellet, #290 [pp. 408]; “mania-a-potu,” #327, #327n [pp. 455, 456n]; mentioned, #215, #323 [pp. 300, 452]. See also Drinking; Health; Melancholy; Suicide

Intelligencer (Philadelphia): #117 [pp. 170]

“Invocation to Spring” (T. H. Chivers): #140 [pp. 207]

Ion (T. N. Talfourd): #129 [pp. 187]

“Irene”: See “Sleeper, The”

Irving, T[heodore?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Irving, Washington: “much overrated,” #78 [pp. 112]; on “House of Usher,” #82 [pp. 118]; on P’s Tales, #84, #84n [pp. 121, 122n]; and Penn, #113, #114, #115, 116 [pp. 161-163, 165, 167, 169]; mentioned, #78n, #81, #82n, #242 [pp. 113n, 115, 119n, 334]; Astoria, #78n [pp. 113n]; Crayon Miscellany, #78n [pp. 113n]; Granada, #78 [pp. 112]

“Island of the Fay” (P): #122n [pp. 178n]

“It was my choice or chance or curse”: #12 [pp. 18]

Jackson, Andrew: #10, #10n [pp. 15, 16n]

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord: #52 [pp. 77]

Job, Book of: #12 [pp. 18]

Johnson, Chapman: #59 [pp. 87]

Johnson, Samuel: #331 [pp. 460]

Jones, [J. Beauchamp?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Jones, Mrs.: #85 [pp. 123]

Jones, W. A.: #226 [pp. 313]

Jones, William Gwynn: #43, #43n [pp. 59, 61n]

Joseph Rushbrook (F. Marryat): #86n [pp. 124n]

“Journal of Julius Rodman, The” (P): #93, #93n, #154n [pp. 132, 133n, 227n]

Journal of a Residence in America (F. Kemble): #42, #42n [pp. 58, 59n]

Junior Morgan Riflemen: #1n [pp. 3n]

Kate (the cat): See Catterina

Keats, John: #179 [pp. 257-258]

Keese, John: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

Kemble, Frances Anne (Mrs. Pierce Butler): Journal of a Residence in America, #42, #42n [pp. 58, 59n]

Kennedy, John Pendleton: P asks loan from, #38 [pp. 54]; P’s association with, #38n [pp. 55n]; P asks help in getting teaching job, #40 [pp. 56]; “a kind friend,” #43 [pp. 60]; P asks advice on Clemm estate, #54 [pp. 81-82]; and Penn, #106, #114, #115n, #116 [pp. 151, 163-166, 168n, 169]; and P’s government job, #117n, #118, #118n [pp. 171n, 172, 173n]; “treated me somewhat cavalierly,” #131, #131n [pp. 190, 191n]; and BJ, #213, #213n [pp. 299, 300n]; mentioned, #46, #120, #120n, #126, #126n [pp. 65, 176, 177n, 183, 184n]; Horse-Shoe Robinson, #43, #43n, #50, #50n, #54 [pp. 59-60, 61n, 74, 75n, 82]; Rob of the Bowl, #54n [pp. 82n]; Swallow-Barn, #42 [pp. 58]

Kent, [Joseph?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Kepler, Johannes: #277 [pp. 380]

“King Pest the First” (P): #83n [pp. 121n]

King, [Rufus?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Knickerbocker Magazine: #73, #126 [pp. 101, 183]

Lacey, Dr: #156 [pp. 230]

Ladies’ Companion (Snowden’s): #93, #173n,#259, #259n [pp. 131, 248n, 356, 357n]

Ladies’ Magazine (Boston): #75, #75n [pp. 105, 106n]

“Ladye Annabel, The” (G. Lippard): #169 [pp. 242-243]

Lafayette, Marquis de: #1n, #30, #64, #64n [pp. 3n, 44, 45, 92, 93n]

Lafitte (J. H, Ingraham): #73, #132 [pp. 101, 193]

Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de: #277 [pp. 379]

Lambert, Eliza: #330 [pp. 458]

Lambert, General: #330 [pp. 458]

Landor, William: #173, #173n [pp. 246, 248n]

“Landor’s Cottage” (P): #301, #309, #309n, #311, #311n [pp. 419, 435, 436n, 438, 439n]

Lane, Thomas H.: #228n [pp. 315n]

Laplace, Pierre Simon de: #277 [pp. 380]

“Large Account of a Small Matter, A” (P): #195n [pp. 284n]

Latin: #131 [pp. 190]

Latrobe, John H. B.: #38n, #46 [pp. 55n, 65]

Law: Clemm estate, #54, #57n, #68 [pp. 81-82, 85n, 96]; General Poe back-pay suit, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93n]; possibility of suing Burton, #109 [pp. 155-156]; P-Mirror suit, #237, #238, #246, #250n, #252, #259, #280 [pp. 324, 325, 338, 345n, 348, 355, 394]; Mrs. Ellet and, #306 [pp. 431]; and plagiarism of Conchologist’s, #249, #249n, #252 [pp. 343, 344n, 348]

Lay, John O.: #7, #8 [pp. 9, 11, 12]

Lea, Isaac: #14n, #17 [pp. 23n, 27]

Lea & Blanchard (publishers): #90, #114, #122 [pp. 127, 166(?), 178]

Lea and Carey: See Carey, Lea and Carey

“Learned Languages, The” (M. Carey): #71, #71n [pp. 98, 99n]

Lectures, P’s: in Washington, #155, #155n [pp. 227, 228n]; and Stylus, #312, #316 [pp. 440, 444]; stolen, #326 [pp. 454]; “American Poetry,” #168, #168a, #170, #171, #173, #173n, #180, #185, #194, #195, #196, #212n, #213n, #215 [pp. 241, 242n, 244, 247, 248n, 259, 266, 280-281, 283-284, 285, 299n, 300n, 301]; Eureka (“Universe”), #260, #262, #263, #264, #264n, #265 [pp. 358, 359, 361-362, 363, 364n, 365n]; “Poetic Principle,” #291, #293n, #296, #327n, #330, #331n, #332 [pp. 410, 411, 412n, 413, 456n, 458, 459, 460n, 461]; “Poets and Poetry of America,” #274n, #279, #280, #282, #286n [pp. 375, 391, 397, 398, 403n]

Ledger (New York): #174 [pp. 251]

“Legend of the Waterfall” (A. Blackwell): #270 [pp. 370]

Leigh, Benjamin W.: #70 [pp. 98]

“Lenore” (P): sent to Pioneer, #149 [pp. 220]; corrections for, #150, #317 [pp. 221, 445]; mentioned, #158n, #179, #317n [pp. 233n, 258, 445n]

Lesage, Alain René: Gil Blas, #28, #153, #158 [pp. 40, 224, 232]

Leslie, Miss Eliza: #39n, #50n [pp. 56n, 75n]

“Letter of Celia Single”: #63 [pp. 91]

“Letters from New England-No. 3, by a Virginian” (L. Minor): #59, #59n [pp. 87, 88n]

Lewes, George Henry, Percy Ranthorpe: #301, #301n [pp. 419, 420n]

Lewes: #229 [pp. 316] ????

Lewes, Alonzo (“The Lynn Bard”): #319, #319n [pp. 447, 448n]

Lewis, Mathew Gregory (“Monk”): #320 [pp. 449-450]

Lewis, Mrs. Sarah Anna: P writes letters of introduction for, #281, #282 [pp. 398]; P writes notice of, #321 [pp. 450-451]; and MC, #324n, #327, #327n, #330, #332, #333 [pp. 453n, 455, 456n, 458, 461, 462]; mentioned, #282n, #304, #304n [pp. 399n, 428, 429n]; Child of the Sea, #272, #315, #330 [pp. 372, 442-443 460n]; “Prisoner of Peroté,” #297 [pp. 413-414]

Lewis, Sylvanus D.: #257 [pp. 353]

Libel: #107, #108 [pp. 152, 154]

“Liberian Literature” (L. Minor): #55, #59 [pp. 83, 87]

“Ligeia” (P): published, #78n [pp. 112n]; P’s opinion of, #82, #223, #240 [pp. 117-118, 309, 329]; mentioned, #78n, #84n, #179, #223n, #240n [pp. 113n, 122n, 258, 310n, 330n]

Lippard, George: #327, #327n [pp. 455, 456n]; “The Ladye Annabel,” #169 [pp. 242-243]

Lisle, John: See Lyle, John

Literary America (“American Parnassus’; P): P asks advance on, #201 [pp. 290]; requests books for, #242 [pp. 334]; Holmes material, #243 [pp. 335]; mentioned, #215, #240, #243n, #259n [pp. 301, 328, 330, 335n, 357n]

Literary Examiner and Monthly Review: #81, #81n, #82, #120 [pp. 116, 117n, 119, 176]

“Literary Life of Thingum Bob” (P): #186n [pp. 272n]

“Literary Notices” (P): #46 [pp. 66]

“Literary Small Talk” (P): #78n, #84 [pp. 113n, 122]

Literary World: and criticism of Eureka, #277 [pp. 379-382]; and “Ulalume,” #305n [pp. 429n]; P offers “Von Kempelen” to, #308 [pp. 433]; mentioned, #252, #252n, #320, #320n, #332 [pp. 348, 349n, 449, 450n, 461]

“Literati of New York City, The” (P): Locke in, #74n [pp. 75n]; Bush in, #188n [pp. 274n]; Osborn in, #180n [pp. 259n]; P makes inquiries for, #226 [pp. 312-313]; described, #227 [pp. 314]; and Hirst, #235 [pp. 321]; and T. D. English, #235 [pp. 321-322]; and Miss Lynch, #237 [pp. 324]; reasons for discontinuing, #241 [pp. 332]; P criticizes, #241 [pp. 333]; mentioned, #220b, #224n, #227n, #229, #240, #241n [pp. 306n, 310n, 315n, 317n, 330, 334n]

Littell, Robert: #236 [pp. 323]

Living Age (Boston): #236 [pp. 323]

Loans: See Finances

Locke, Mr, (Jane Ermina’s husband): and P-Annie relationship, #306, #309, #309n [pp. 430, 431, 432, 434, 435n]; mentioned, #319 [pp. 447(?)]

Locke, Mrs. Jane Ermina: and publicity about P’s situation, #246, #246n, #251 [pp. 338, 339n, 346-347]; and P-Annie relationship, #306, #309 [pp. 430-432, 434-435]; “romance” about P and, #311, #311n [pp. 438, 439n]; mentioned, #319 [pp. 447, 448]; “Ermina’s Gale,” #309n [pp. 435n]

Locke, Richard Adams: #50n, #123, #123n, #243n [pp. 75n, 179, 180n, 335n]

London Foreign Quarterly: slurring article in, #173, #173n, #175, #175n, #179 [pp. 246-247, 248n, 253, 254n, 258]

London Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres: #233 [pp. 319]

London New Monthly: See New Monthly Magazine

Long, Professor George: #3n [pp. 5n]

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: and Graham’s, #110, #129 [pp. 158-159, 187]; and plagiarism, #112 [pp. 160-161]; and Penn, #113, #114, #115 [pp. 163, 165, 166-168]; “has genius,” #164 [pp. 238]; P’s enemy, #280, #280n [pp. 394,-397n]; reviewed, #187 (renumbered), #187n, #291 [pp. 272, 273n, 411]; mentioned, #168, #227 [pp. 169, 314]; “Beleaguered City,” #110, #112 [pp. 159, 161]; Evangeline, #259 [pp. 354]; “Hymn to the Night,” #110, #164 [pp. 159, 238]; Hyperion, #115 [pp. 167]; “Skeleton in Armor,” #110 [pp. 159]; Spanish Student, #164, #179, #179n, #187n, #300 [pp. 238, 258, 259n, 273n, 417]; Voices of the Night, #110n [pp. 159n]; Waif, #242 [pp. 334]

“Loss of Breath” (P): #46n, #57, #83n [pp. 66n, 84, 121n]

Lost Pleiad (T. H. Chivers): #205 [pp. 293]

Loud, Mr. St. Leon: #330 [pp. 458]

Loud, Mrs. St. Leon: #330, #332, #332n [pp. 458-459, 461, 462n]

“Love’s Reply” (F. S. Osgood): #309n, #319, #319n [pp. 435n, 447, 448n]

Lowell, James Russell: P asks Pioneer plans, #147 [pp. 217]; health of, #152, #153a, #156, #156n [pp. 223, 226, 228-229, 230n]; and Stylus, #158 [pp. 231-232]; P asks Pioneer pay, #163, #164 [pp. 237, 238]; P on writing of, #164 [pp. 238]; and P’s biography of, #173 [pp. 246]; P proposes ideal magazine to, #173, #185 [pp. 247, 265-266]; and biography of P, #175, #185, #227#240, #240n [pp. 253, 264-265, 314, 328, 330n]; married, #185, #185n [pp. 265, 266n]; attack on Halleck, #206 [pp. 294]; and M. Fuller, #259, #304 [pp. 355, 427]; “ranting abolitionist,” #304 [pp. 427-428]; mentioned, #174, #187 (renumbered), #187n [pp. 252, 272, 273n]; “Brittany,” #241, #241n [pp. 332, 334n]; Fable for Critics, #206n, #304, #304n, #320 [pp. 295n, 427, 429n, 449]; Poems (1844), #173, #173n [pp. 246, 248n]; “Rosaline,” #147 [pp. 217]; Years Life, #164, #164n [pp. 238, 239, 240n]. See also Pioneer

“Luciferian Revelation” (T. H. Chivers): #207, #239 [pp. 296, 326, 327]

“Lyes Regalio” (T. H. Chivers): #207, #207n [pp. 297]

Lynch, Miss Anne C.: P writes invitations for, #224, #224a, #224an [pp. 310, 311n]; in “Literati,” #237 (postscript) [pp. 324]; and Mrs. Whitman, #278, #278n [pp. 384, 390n-391n]; enemy, #280, #280n [pp. 394, 397n]; mentioned, #290, #290n [pp. 407, 409n]

Lyle, John: #1, #2 [pp. 3]

McBride, Admiral: #79 [pp. 113]

McCabe, John Collins: “Consumptive Girl,” #58 [pp. 86]

McCulloch, James M.: #54, #57n [pp. 82, 85n]

McIntosh, Miss Maria J.: #275, #275n [pp. 375, 376n]; Two Lives, #275, #275n [pp. 375, 376n]

McJilton, J. N.: #120, #120n [pp. 175, 176n]

Mackenzie, John: #9, #9n [pp. 13, 15n]

Mackenzie, William (family): #28n, #47, #330, #330n [pp. 42n, 68, 458, 460n]

McMichael, Miss: #93 [pp. 131]

McMurtie, Professor: #249, #249n [pp. 343, 344n]

Madison, [James?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Madisonian: #197, #197n [pp. 286, 287n]

Madness: See Insanity

Magazines: P’s interest in possible, #90, #108, #143 [pp. 127, 153, 212]; general criticism, in relation to “Berenice,” #42 [pp. 57-58]; general criticism, in relation to Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 162-163, 164, 166-167, 168]; general, #45, #142, #301 [pp. 62-63, 210, 419]; and Baltimore, #137 [pp. 201]; and contributors, #151 [pp. 221-222]. See also under specific titles

Magazines, ideal: coalition magazine, #173, #185, #186, #186n [pp. 247, 265, 266, 268-270, 272n]; and Patterson #312, #316 [pp. 439-441, 443-444]; mentioned, #82, #93 [pp. 119, 132]. See also Penn; Stylus

Magazines, pay for contributions: general, #137, #227, #227n, #301, #301n, Appendix B [pp. 202, 314, 315n, 419, 420n, 521n238]; American Museum, #78, #78n [pp. 111, 113n]; American Review, #227 [pp. 314]; Arthur’s, #227 [pp. 314]; Burton’s, #93 [pp. 131]; Democratic Review, #227 [pp. 314]; Flag of Our Union, #303, #308 [pp. 425, 433]; Godey’s, #227 [pp. 314]; Graham’s, #128, #174, #187 (renumbered), #227, #255, #256 [pp. 186, 252, 272, 314, 351, 352]; Literary World, #308 [pp. 433]; Opal, #177 [pp. 255] **[[Opal isn’t really a magazine]**; Pioneer, #151, #152n, #158n, #163n, #164n [pp. 222, 223n, 233n, 238n, 239n]; Snowden’s, #93 [pp. 131]; SLM, #43, #43n, #46, #299 [pp. 59, 61n, 64, 66, 416]. See also Pay

Magruder, Allan B.: #76, #76n [pp. 106, 107n]

Mail Carriers: See Burgess and Stringer; Harnden’s Express

“Man in the Bell” (in Blackwood’s): #42 [pp. 58]

“Man of the Crowd” (P): #109n, #122n [pp. 158n, 178n]

“Man That Was Used Up” (P): #82n, #193 [pp. 119n, 280]

Mancur, [J. H.?]: #226, #229 [pp. 313, 316]

“Ms. Found in a Bottle” (P): wins Saturday Visiter contest, #54n, #39n, #46n, #112n [pp. 55n, 66n, 161n]; published in the Gift, #50 [pp. 74]; P’s reaction to Tucker’s criticism of, #52 [pp. 77, 78]; mentioned, #50n, #52n, #83n [pp. 75n, 79n, 121n]

“M.S. Found in a Madhouse” (Bulwer-Lytton): #42 [pp. 58]

“Marginalia” (P): pay for, #227 [pp. 314]; and Bristed, #269n [pp. 369n]; Taylor in, #271n [pp. 371n]; and SLM, #299, #301 [pp. 415-416, 419]; mentioned, #188n, #193, #193n, #313, #318n [pp. 274n, 279, 280n, 441, 446n]

Maroncelli, Piero: #229 [pp. 316, 317n] (317n seems to be an error) (add letter of April 28, 1846) #229a

Marriage, P: and “substantial happiness” from, #185 (para. 2) [pp. 265]; all for VP’s sake, #280 (not sure about ref) [pp. 393]; and Mrs. Whitman, #280, #284, #286n, #294, #295, #298 [pp. 395, 397, 399, 403n, 412, 413, 414-415]; and forbidding of banns, #302 [pp. 420-421]; and Mrs. Shelton, #330, #332, #332n [pp. 458, 459, 461, 462n]; mentioned, #68 [pp. 96]

Marryat, Captain Frederick: #86 [pp. 123-124]; Joseph Rushbrook, #86n [pp. 124n]

Marshall, Chief Justice John: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]; Washington, #44, #44n, #46 [pp. 61, 62n, 65-66]

Martinsburg Gazette: #46 [pp. 65]

Mathews, Cornelius: P offers share in BJ to, #201 [pp. 290]; and “Reply to English,” #236 [pp. 323]; and M. Fuller, #304 [pp. 427]; mentioned, #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]; Wakondah, #172n [pp. 245n]; Witchcraft, #172n, #259 [pp. 245n, 355]

Mattson, Morris, Paul Ulric: #73 [pp. 101]

Maturin, [Charles Robert?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Maubey, Jerome A.: “The Toilette,” #230 [pp. 317]

Meeks, Alexander B.: #162 [pp. 235-236]

Melancholy, P’s: instrumental in losing SLM editorship, #50n [pp. 74n]; and VP, #232, #259 (p. 2) [pp. 318, 356]; over attacks on himself, #239 [pp. 326]; and Annie, #311 [pp. 437-438]; mentioned, #50, #50n, #269, #323, #325 [pp. 73, 75n, 368, 452, 453]. See also Health; Insanity; Suicide

Melanie and Other Poems (N. P. Willis): #43 [pp. 59]

“Mellonta Tauta” (P): #261, #261n [pp. 358, 359n]

“Mesmeric Revelation” (P): and P’s philosophy, #180 [pp. 259]; published, #181 [pp. 261]; sent to Bush, #188 [pp. 273]; mentioned, #175, #175n, #180n, #188n, #193, #221n [pp. 253, 254n, 260n, 274n, 279, 306n]

“Mesmerism ‘In Articulo Mortis’ ”: See “Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar”

Meter: disagreement on, #52 [pp. 78]; and “Raven,” #196 [pp. 284]; and “Orion,” #216 (p. 2) [pp. 302]

Metropolitan, The: P’s possible connection with, #299n [pp. 416n]; “stopped,” #309, #309n [pp. 435, 436n]; mentioned, #301, #301n [pp. 419, 420n]

“Metzengerstein” (P): #46n, #83n [pp. 66n, 121n]

Michelangelo: #12, #181 [pp. 19, 261]

“Mighty Dead, The” (T. H. Chivers): #181 [pp. 216]

Miller, Dr. James H.: #38n, #46, #50, #50n [pp. 55n, 65, 73, 74n]

Minor, Lucian: #227 [pp. 313(?)]; “Letters from New England-No. 3, by a Virginian,” #59, #59n [pp. 87, 88n]; “Liberian Literature,” #55 (postscript), #59 [pp. 83, 87]; “Marshall article,” #59, #59n [pp. 87, 88n]; “Selection in Reading,” #55 [pp. 83]

Mirror (New York): See New York Mirror

“Mr. Poe and the New York Literati”: #233 [pp. 318-319]. See also English, T. D.

“Mr. Poe’s Reply to the Letter of Outis”: #195n [pp. 284n]

Money: See Finances

“Monos and Daimonos” (Bulwer-Lytton): #42 [pp. 58]

Moore, Thomas: #52 [pp. 78]; “Alciphron,” #164 [pp. 239]

Moral for Authors, The (J. E. Tuel): #319, #319n [pp. 447, 448n]

Morbidity: the public’s taste for, #42 [pp. 57-58]

“Morella” (P): “my best,” #52 [pp. 78]; and relation to “Ligeia,” #82 [pp. 118]; mentioned, #52n, #74n, #82n, #83n [pp. 79n, 105n, 119n, 121n]

Morning Express (New York): See New York Express

Morning News (New York): #195, #207, #220, #229 [pp. 284, 296, 305, 316]

“Morning on the Wissahiccon”: See “Elk, The”

Morning Post (London): #244, #245 [pp. 336, 337]

Morrell, Mr. [George?]: #93, #93n, #109 [pp. 129, 131, 132n, 155]

Morris, George P.: #173, #173n, #226, #233, #234, #244, #244n [pp. 246, 248n, 313, 318-319, 321, 336, 337n]. See also New York Mirror

Morrison, Mr. and Mrs.: #174 [pp. 251]

Mosher, Edward: #14, #14n, #16, #16n [pp. 22, 23n, 25, 26n] (See Poe, Edward Mosher)

“Murders in the Rue Morgue” (P): popular, #120, #120n [pp. 175, 176n]; theme, #136, #137, #240 [pp. 199, 201, 328]; French notices of, #244 [pp. 336]; mentioned, #122n, #136, #137n, #179, #193 [pp. 178n, 200, 203n, 258, 280]

Music, and poetry: #179 [pp. 257-258]

“My Life Is Like the Summer Rose” (R. H. Wilde): #43n [pp. 61n]

“Mystery of Marie Rogêt, The” (P): offered for $4 a page, #128n [pp. 186n]; description of, #136, #137, #137n [pp. 200, 201-202, 203n]; basis for, #259, #259n [pp. 355-356, 357n]

“Mystification” (P): #74n [pp. 105n]

National Archives (Ithaca, New York): #195, #195n [pp. 282, 284n]

“National Ingratitude” (M. Carey): #71 (postscript) [pp. 99]

National Press: #234 [pp. 321]

Neal, John: discourages P, #17 [pp. 27]; as P’s supporter, #94 [pp. 137]; mentioned, #20n, #26, #75n, #81, #151, #206, #260 [pp. 31n, 37, 106n, 115, 221, 294, 358]

“Never Bet the Devil Your Head” (P): #74n, #122n, #126n [pp. 105n, 178n, 184n]

Newbern Spectator (North Carolina): #73, #73n [pp. 101, 103n]

Newcomb, Mrs.: #290 (postscript) [pp. 409]

New England, and literature: #139 [pp. 206]

New-England Galaxy: #49 [pp. 72]

New-England Magazine: #37 [pp. 53]

New Monthly Magazine (London): #42 [pp. 58]

New World (New York): and Tales, #88 [pp. 125]; “Mesmeric Revelation” in, #181n [pp. 261n]; and P’s lectures, #195, #264 [pp. 284, 363]; mentioned, #88n, #132, #189 [pp. 126n, 193, 274]

New York Evening Star: #46 [pp. 65]

New York Express (Morning Express): and publicity about P’s health and poverty, #246 [pp. 338-339]; and P’s universe lecture, #265n [pp. 365n]; mentioned, #263, #264 [pp. 361, 363]

New York Mirror (called Evening Mirror and Weekly Mirror): and P’s lectures, #195 [pp. 284]; English attack on P in, #233, #234, #235n, #250, #252, #259 [pp. 318, 320, 321, 322n, 344, 345, 348-349, 356]; lawsuit, #238n [pp. 325n, 343, 394]; mentioned, #73, #190, #241 [pp. 101, 275, 332]

New York Review: #97, #97n [pp. 141, 142n]

New York Star: #88 [pp. 125]

Noah’s Evening Star: See Evening Star

Norman Leslie (T. S. Fay): #73, #73n [pp. 101, 102, 103n]

North American Review: and Penn, #113, #114, #116 [pp. 162, 164, 169]; “cabal” of, #280 (p. 5) [pp. 394]; mentioned, #74, #173, #173n [pp. 103, 247, 248n]

North, Christopher (pseudonym): See Wilson, John

“Not a bird that roams the forest”: #280 (p. 7) [pp. 396]

“Notes Upon English Verse” (P): sent to Pioneer, #151, #158n [pp. 222, 233n]; pay for, #164n, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 239n, 272]. See also “Rationale of Verse”

Notion (Boston): #136, #181 [pp. 200, 261]

“Oblong Box, The” (P): #175, #175n, #176n, #177n, #179 (p. 4) [pp. 253, 254n, 255n, 258]

“Of late, eternal Condor years”: #24 [pp. 35]

“Oh then, beloved, I think on thee”: #278 (p. 2) [pp. 383-384]

Old World and the New, The (O. Dewey): #73 [pp. 101]

“On desperate seas long wont to roam”: #278 (p. 4) [pp. 385]

Opal, The: P offers tale to, #176 [pp. 254]; pay, #177 [pp. 255]; mentioned, #199, #200 [pp. 289]

“Orion” (R, H. Horne): #172, #173, #173n, #216, 216n [pp. 245, 246, 248n, 302, 303n]

Ormond Grosvenor (S. J. Hale): #225, #225n [pp. 311, 312n]

Osborn, Laughton: Arthur Carryl, #206n [pp. 294n, 295n]; Confessions of a Poet, #43, #43n, #206 [pp. 60, 61n, 294]; “Vision of Rubeta,” #206, #206n [pp. 293-294, 295n]

Osborne, Mary: Charms and Countercharms, #274 [pp. 375]; Praise and Principle, #274 [pp. 375]

Osgood, Mrs. Frances Sargent: and Mrs. Whitman, #278, #278n [pp. 384, 391n]; and Mrs. Ellet, #290, #290n [pp. 407, 408, 409n]; mentioned, #202n, #220b, #259, #301, #303 [pp. 291n, 306, 355, 419, 425]; “Ida Grey,” #291 (postscript) [pp. 411]; “Love’s Reply,” #309n, #319, #319n [pp. 435n, 447, 448n]

O’Sullivan, John L.: #143, #194, #194n, #226 [pp. 211(?), 281, 282n, 313]

“Outis”: #195, #195n [pp. 283, 284n]

Pabodie, Mr. (W. J.’s father): #292 [pp. 411]

Pabodie, William J.: and P-Whitman marriage, #302 [pp. 420-421]; mentioned, #288, #290 (postscript), #291 (p. 3), #293 [pp. 405, 409, 410, 412]

“Pæan, A” (P): #179 (p. 3) [pp. 258]

Painters of America, The: #270 [pp. 370]

Painting: #254 [pp. 350]

Paris: #30 [pp. 44, 45]

Partisan, The (W. G. Simms): #73 [pp. 101]

Partisan Leader, The (N. B. Tucker): #127, #127n [pp. 184, 185n]

Patriot (Baltimore): #80, #168, #168n [pp. 114, 241, 242n]

Patterson, E. H. N.: and Stylus, #312, #316, #317n, #319, #329, #329n [pp. 439-441, 443-444, 446, 447, 457, 458n]

Patterson, Mr.: #10 [pp. 15]

Patterson, Samuel D.: #327, #327n [pp. 455, 456n]

Paulding, James K.: and P’s Tales, #84, #84n [pp. 121, 122n]; and the Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 163, 165, 167, 169]; mentioned, #46, #68, #97, #226 [pp. 65, 96, 142n, 313(?)]

Paul Ulric (M. Mattson): #73 [pp. 101]

Pay, for P’s writings: articles, #255, #256 [pp. 351, 352]; “Chapter of Suggestion,” #177 [pp. 255]; Eureka, #269 (postscript) [pp. 369]; general, #137 (p. 2), #227, #227n, #301, #301n, Appendix B [pp. 202, 314, 315n, 419, 420n, 521n238]; “Gold Bug,” #187 (renumbered) [pp. 272]; “Hop-Frog,” #303 [pp. 425]; “Ligeia,” #78, #78n [pp. 111, 113n]; “Marginalia,” #227, #299 [pp. 314, 416]; “Marie Rogêt,” #128n [pp. 186n]; “Notes Upon English Verse,” #164n, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 239n, 272]; “Philosophy of Composition,” #227 [pp. 314]; Raven and Other Poems (1845), #207 [pp. 296]; reviews, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 272]; “Sphynx,” #299 [pp. 314]; Tales (1845), #215, #223 [pp. 301, 309]; “Tell-Tale Heart,” #151, #151n [pp. 222, 223n]; “Von Kempelen,” #308 [pp. 433]. See also Magazines, pay

“Pay for Periodical Writing, The” (P): #128n [pp. 186n] **[[This article is probably by Willis rather than Poe]]**

Penn Magazine: plans for, #95, #95n, #96, #97, #106, #107, #107n, #108, #108n, #109, #109n [pp. 138, 139n, 140, 141-142, 150-151, 151-152, 153n, 153-154, 154n-155n, 155, 157, 158n]; Prospectus, #98, #99, #100, #101, #102, #104 [pp. 143-144, 144-145, 145-146, 147, 148-149]; publication postponed, #106 [pp. 150]; description, while soliciting for, #113, #114, #115, #116, #117 [pp. 161-163, 163-165, 166-167, 168-170]; “abandoning,” #125 [pp. 181]; and Graham, #126, #139, #140 [pp. 183, 205-206, 207-208]; “if I live, I will accomplish it,” #132 [pp. 192]; and Tyler, #132, #132n [pp. 192, 193n]; and Snodgrass, #137, #137n [pp. 201, 203n]; plans and costs, #145, #146 [pp. 214-216, 216-217]; Stylus replaces, #153 [pp. 224]; mentioned, #118, #124, #125n, #127, #180, #180n [pp. 172, 180, 182n, 185, 259, 260n]. See also Stylus, Magazines, ideal

Pennsylvanian Magazine: #81, #88 [pp. 116, 125]

Percy Ranthorpe (G. H. Lewes): #301, #301n [pp. 419, 420n]

“Perdicaris, G. A.”: See Bulfinch

Perry, Edgar A. (pseudonym): #11n,#19n [pp. 17n, 30n]

Peterson, Charles J.: #125, #132 [pp. 181, 182, 193]

Peterson’s Ladies’ National Magazine: #301 [pp. 419]

Philadelphia Athenaeum: #80 [pp. 114]

Philadelphia Gazette: See Gazette

Philosophy: discussion of the universe (Eureka), #263, #264, #277 [pp. 361-362, 363-364, 380-382]; mentioned, #179, #180 [pp. 256-257, 259-260]. See also Religion

“Philosophy of Composition, The” (P): pay for, #227 [pp. 314]; “best specimen of analysis,” #240 [pp. 329]; mentioned, #291 [pp. 411]

Phrenology: #184 [pp. 185]

Picayune (New Orleans): #233, #237 [pp. 319, 324]

“Pine Woods, The” (R. M. Bird): #51n, #65 [pp. 76n, 93n]

Pioneer, The (Boston): P asks to contribute to, #147 [pp. 217]; “Lenore” sent to, #149, #150 [pp. 220, 221]; P’s opinion of, #151 [pp. 221-222]; “Notes Upon English Verse” sent to, #151, #164n [pp. 222, 239n]; “Eulalie” sent to, #152 [pp. 223]; P asks pay from, #153a, #163, #164 [pp. 225-226, 237, 238]; failure of, #158, #158n [pp. 231, 232, 233n]

Pittsburgh Examiner: See Literary Examiner and Monthly Review

Plagiarism: Longfellow and, #112, #164, #179, #179n [pp. 160-161, 238, 258, 259n]; Tasistro and, #143 [pp. 212]; Ingraham and, #132 [pp. 193]; and “Outis” charges, #195 [pp. 283]; and Conchologist’s First Book, #249, #249n [pp. 343, 344n]; mentioned, #119 (postscript), #195n [pp. 174, 284n]

Pleasants, Mr.: #46 [pp. 65]

Poe, Amelia (daughter of Jacob): #47 (p. 2) [pp. 68]

Poe-English controversy: engineered by Mrs. Ellet, #280 [pp. 393-394]; mentioned, #259, #259n [pp. 355, 357n]. See also English, T. D.; Fuller, H.; Law; New York Mirror

Poe, “General” David (P’s grandfather): and Revolutionary War, #11, #11n [pp. 16, 17n]; and P as an orphan, #28 [pp. 39]; genealogy and, #47 [pp. 67]; adopts Henry Poe, #47 [pp. 68]; P prosecuting back-pay claim about, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93n]; mentioned, #8, #8n, #28n, #165 [pp. 12, 13n, 42n, 240, 291]

Poe, David, Jr. (P’s father): death date, #38n, [pp. 55n]; mentioned, #10n, #38, #47, #47n, #52, #52n, #53, #165 [pp. 16n, 54, 67, 68, 69n, 78, 79n, 80, 240]

Poe, Eliza (P’s aunt): #28n [pp. 42n]

Poe, Elizabeth Hopkins Arnold (Mrs. David, Jr.; P’s mother): death, #47 [pp. 68]; “never knew her,” #52 [pp. 78]; mentioned, #10n, #14n, #28n, #38, #47, #47n, #52n [pp. 16n, 23n, 42n, 54, 67, 69n, 79n]

Poe, Elizabeth Cairnes (Mrs. David, Sr.; P’s grandmother): Poe with, #15 [pp. 23]; “paralytic,” #19 [pp. 29]; marriage and death of, #47 [pp. 67]; and General Poe back-pay suit, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93n]; mentioned, #11, #11n, #15n, #38n [pp. 16, 17n, 24n, 55n]

Poe family: P’s tracing mentioned, #79 [pp. 113]

Poe, George (P’s great-uncle): #47 [pp. 67]

Poe, George (P’s uncle): #47 [pp. 67]

Poe, George (grandson of John): P seeks money for BJ from, #217 [pp. 303]; mentioned, #47 [pp. 67, 68]

Poe, Jacob: #31n, #47 [pp. 45n, 67]

Poe, James Mosher: #14n [pp. 23n] **[[comment]]** should be Poe, Edward Mosher

Poe, John (P’s great-grandfather): #53n, #79 [pp. 80n, 113]

Poe, John (P’s uncle): #47 [pp. 67]

Poe, Josephine Clemm (Mrs. Neilson): #48n [pp. 71n]

Poe, Neilson (son of Jacob): and Virginia Clemm, #48 [pp. 69-70, 71]; P attacks, #83 [pp. 120]; mentioned, #31, #47, #78, #81 [pp. 45, 68, 112, 115]

Poe, Robert F. (of Augusta): helped MC, #53 [pp. 79, 80]; and Penn, #97 [pp. 142]; mentioned, #69 [pp. 97]

Poe, Rosalie (P’s sister): adopted, #28n, #47 [pp. 42n, 68]; birth date, #317 [pp. 445]; mentioned, #29 (postscript), #47, #159, #330, #330n [pp. 44, 67, 233, 458, 460n]

Poe, Samuel (P’s uncle): #47 [pp. 67]

Poe, self-characterization: “no longer a boy,” #7 [pp. 10]; “wayward disposition,” #8 [pp. 12]; as a poet, #21 [pp. 32]; and drinking, #109, #263 [pp. 156-157, 360]; retrospective, recriminative, #28 [pp. 39-42]; life, #32, #34, #36 #38, #48 [pp. 46, 48, 49-50, 54, 69-70]; “excessively slothful and wonderfully industrious-by fits,” #179 [pp. 256-258]; P to J. E. Locke, #257 [pp. 366-367]; to Mrs. Whitman, #280 [pp. 393]

Poe, Virginia Clemm (P’s wife): P meets, #11n [pp. 17n]; and Neilson Poe, #48 [pp. 69-70, 71]; and Clemm estate, #54 [pp. 81-82]; and fawn, #92 [pp. 129]; “dangerously ill,” #132 [pp. 191]; “much better;” #134 [pp. 197-198]; “hopeless illness;” #135, #135n [pp. 198, 199n]; “slightly improved;” #138 [pp. 204]; “much better,” #141 [pp. 209]; “still continues ill,” #142 [pp. 210]; “slightly improved;” #143 [pp. 212]; “distress of mind,” #156 [pp. 228]; “nearly recovered,” #159 [pp. 233]; and move to New York, #174 [pp. 251-252]; health, #182, #203 [pp. 262, 291]; as P’s stimulus, #232 [pp. 318]; publicity about, #246, #246n [pp. 338, 339n]; dying, #248 [pp. 340]; death, #251, #251n [pp. 347, 348n]; P’s description of illness and death, and his drinking, #259 [pp. 356]; and marriage, #280 [pp. 393]; “tortured” by Mrs. Ellet, #290 [pp. 408]; and P’s drinking, #323 [pp. 452]; mentioned, #38n, #47, #53, #85n, #104, #127, #144, #153, #157, #189, #197, #207, #248n, #254 [pp. 55n, 67, 68, 80, 123n, 149, 184, 214, 225, 231, 274, 287, 296, 340n, 350]

Poe, Washington (of Macon): and Penn, #97 [pp. 142]; mentioned, #60 [pp. 88]

Poe, William (of Augusta): helped MC, #53 [pp. 79, 80]; and Penn, #97 [pp. 140-142]; mentioned, #47, #48, #69 [pp. 67, 70-71, 97]

Poe, William Henry (P’s brother): JA to, #5n [pp. 8n]; P joins, #11n [pp. 17n]; “entirely given up to drink,” #19 [pp. 29]; and P’s debts, #33 [pp. 47]; birth and death of, #47 [pp. 67]; mentioned, #29, #29n [pp. 43, 44n]

Poems (P, 1831): #29n, #94n [pp. 44n, 137n]

Poems (James Russell Lowell, 1844): #173, #173n [pp. 246, 248n]

“Poetic Principle, The” (lecture; P): at Providence, #296 [pp. 413]; at Richmond, #330, #330n [pp. 458, 459, 460n]; at Norfolk, #332 [pp. 461]; mentioned, #291, #293n, #327n, #331 [pp. 410, 411, 412n, 456n, 460]

Poetry: P’s description of himself as a poet, #21 [pp. 32]; “unsaleable,” #145 [pp. 216]; “must eschew narrative,” #164 [pp. 239]; and music, #179 [pp. 257-258]; P’s “best;” #179 [pp. 258]; P on, #241 [pp. 331]; mentioned, #52 [pp. 78]. See also under titles and first lines; Lectures; Versification

“Poets and Poetry of America” (lecture; P): at Lowell, #274n, #280 (p. 9), #280n [pp. 375, 397, 398n]; at Providence, #279 [pp. 391]; and Mrs. Lewis, #282 [pp. 398]; mentioned, #286n, #296 [pp. 403n, 413]

Poets and Poetry of America (R. W. Griswold): P submits poems for, #112, #317 [pp. 160-161, 445]; “outrageous humbug,” #137, #139 [pp. 202, 206]; P on, #143 [pp. 211-212]; review quoted, #143n [pp. 212n-213n]; mentioned, #127, #193, #240, #240n [pp. 185, 279-280, 329, 330n]

Poitiaux family: #330, #330n [pp. 458, 460n]

Poland: #30 [pp. 44]

Politian (P): P’s ideas on versification of, #52 [pp. 78]; mentioned, #52n, #208, #210, #241, #241n [pp. 79n, 297, 298n, 332, 333n]

Politics: and P’s government appointment, #117, #148 [pp. 170, 218, 219]; and Penn, #132, #145 [pp. 192, 215]

Ponce de León, Luis: “un no rompido” quoted, #12 [pp. 18]

Pope, Alexander: #52 [pp. 78]

Popular Record of Monthly Science (London): and Tales (1845), #233 [pp. 319]; and “Valdemar,” #244, #245 [pp. 336, 337]

Porter, William T.: #227, #227n [pp. 313, 315]

Portraits: for P’s biography, #173 [pp. 246]; P’s of Mrs. Shelton, #330 [pp. 459]; mentioned, #267, #267n [pp. 367, 368n]

Post (Boston): #137 [pp. 202]

Post, Israel: #311, #311n [pp. 437, 438n]

Power, Anna (S. H. Whitman’s sister): #290 [pp. 408]

Power, Mrs. Nicholas (S. H. Whitman’s mother): #290, #302, #303 [pp. 408, 421, 425]

“Power of the Bards” (P. P. Cooke): #227 [pp. 313]

Praise and Principle (M. Osborne): #275 [pp. 375]

“Premature Burial, The” (P): #175, #175n [pp. 253, 254n]

Prentice, [George D.?]: #131 [pp. 190]

Preston, Colonel, [James P.]: #10, #10n, #13 (postscript) [pp. 15, 16n, 21]

Printing: and SLM, #55 [pp. 83]; mentioned, #45 (postscript) [pp. 64]. See also Penn

Prisoner of Chillon (Byron): #12 [pp. 19]

“Prisoner of Perote” (S. A. Lewis): #297 [pp. 413-414]

Prizes: Saturday Visiter, #46, #46n, #50, #112 [pp. 65, 66n, 74, 161]. See also Contests

Projects, P’s: “Prose Tales of Edgar A. Poe,” #122 [pp. 178]; coalition magazine, #173, #185, #185n, #186, #187n (renumbered), #203, #205 [pp. 247, 265, 266n, 268-270, 272n, 292, 293]; “Critical History of American Literature,” #181, #241, #242n [pp. 261, 332-333, 334n]; “Phantasy Pieces;” #186 (p. 6) [pp. 271]; literary gossip letters, #197 [pp. 286-288]; publication of “The Living Literati of the United States,” #227 [pp. 314]; intellectual aristocracy, #291 [pp. 410]; papers on southern literature, #299 [pp. 416]. See also Literary America; Penn; Stylus

“Prose Tales of Edgar A. Poe”: See Projects

Prose Writers of America (R. W. Griswold): #193 [pp. 279-280]

Proverbial Philosophy (M. Tupper): #233, #240 [pp. 319, 329]

Providence Daily Journal: #305 [pp. 429]

Pseudonyms, P’s: See Grey; Perry

“Psyche Zenobia, The” (P): #78n, #84n [pp. 113n, 122n]

Publicity: offending notice of P’s situation, #246, #247n, #251, #251n [pp. 338-339, 340n, 347, 348n]

Punctuation, P’s: #45, #45n [pp. 63, 64n]

“Purloined Letter, The” (P): #175, #175n, #179 [pp. 253, 254n, 258]

Putnam, George P.: #269 (postscript), #312 [pp. 369, 439]

“Quacks of Helicon” (L. A. Wilmer): reviewed, #81n, #120, #120n [pp. 117n, 175, 176n]; “filthy,” #162, #162n [pp. 236, 237n]; mentioned, #206n [pp. 295n]

Quadroone, The (J. H. Ingraham): #117 [pp. 171]

“Quotidiana” (J. E. Snodgrass): #107 [pp. 152]

Ramsey, Arch: #244 [pp. 336]

Randolph, John: #59, #229 [pp. 87, 316]

“Rationale of Verse” (P): and Boston, #259 [pp. 354]; mentioned, #241, #241n, #259n, #263, #263n, #301, #320 [pp. 333, 334n, 357n, 360, 362n, 418, 449]. See also “Notes on English Verse”

“Raven, The” (P): correction of, #192 [pp. 279]; and division of lines, #196, #196n [pp. 284-285, 286n]; P on, #197, #227, #241 [pp. 287, 314, 331-332]; in England, #233 [pp. 319-320]; E. Barrett on, #233, #240, 240n [pp. 319-320, 329, 330n]; and Willis, #310, #310n, #317 [pp. 436, 437n, 445]; and Tuel’s satire, #319 [pp. 447]; mentioned, #197, #241n, #291, #303, #313 (forgery??) [pp. 287n, 333n, 411, 425, 441]

Raven and Other Poems, The (1845): #45n, #207, #208, #215, #216 [pp. 64n, 296, 297, 301, 303]

Raymond, [Daniel?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Read, Mr.: #26 (postscript) [pp. 38]

Religion: P’s discussion of spirit and matter, #179, #180 [pp. 256-257, 259-260]; accusations of pantheism in Eureka, #265n, #280, #277 [pp. 365n, 397, 381-382]. See also Philosophy

“Reply to English” (P): written, #237 [pp. 323]; Godey publishes, #237 [pp. 323-324]; and law suit, #237, #238, #250, #252 [pp. 324, 325, 345, 348]; P on obviousness of, #259 [pp. 355]; mentioned, #235n, #280 [pp. 322n, 393]

“Reply to Outis” (P): #241, #241n [pp. 332, 334n] *[[Should this be merged with “Outis,” with reference??]]**

“Reproof of a Bird” (J. E. Snodgrass): #120, #120n, #126 [pp. 175, 176n, 183]

Reveillé (St. Louis): #233, #237, #239 [pp. 318, 324, 327]

Reviewing: P’s views on other people’s, #52 [pp. 77]; for SLM, #61 [pp. 89]; defends his practices in, #73 [pp. 101]; mentioned, #78 [pp. 111]

Reviews (P’s): Bird’s Calavar, #51n (re-evaluate) [pp. 76n]; Bird’s Infidel, #65 (re-evaluate) [pp. 93n]; Carey’s Domestic Slavery, #90, #90n, #95, #95n [pp. 127, 128n, 138, 139n]; Channing’s poems, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 272]; Cooke’s Froissart Ballads, #240 [pp. 330]; Defoe’s Crusoe, #308n [pp. 434n]; Dickens’ Barnaby Rudge, #132, #193 [pp. 193, 280]; Flaccus’ Poems, #187 (renumbered), #193 [pp. 272, 279]; general, #82, #83, #119, #125 [pp. 119, 120, 174, 182]; Gilfillan’s Sketches, #242n [pp. 334n]; Griswold’s Poets and Poetry, #143, #143n [pp. 211, 212n-213n]; Hale’s Alice Ray, #225n [pp. 312n]; Hall’s “Sketches,” #74n [pp. 104n]; Halleck’s poems, #187 (renumbered), #187n [pp. 272, 273n]; Hewitt’s Songs of Our Land, 290n [pp. 409]; Horne’s “Orion,” #216n [pp. 303n]; Ingraham’s Quadroone, #117 [pp. 170-171]; Kennedy’s Horse-Shoe Robinson, #43n [pp. 61n]; Latin grammar, #74, #74n [pp. 103, 104n]; Lewis’ Child of the Sea, #330, #330n [pp. 458, 460n]; Lewis’ poems, #257 [pp. 353n]; Longfellow, #187 (renumbered), #187n [pp. 272, 273n]; Longfellow’s “Hymn to the Night,” #164 [pp. 238]; Longfellow’s poems, #291 [pp. 411]; Longfellow’s Spanish Student, #164, #164n, #179, #300 [pp. 238, 239n-240n, 258, 417]; Longfellow’s Voices of the Night, #110 [pp. 159n]; Lowell’s “Brittany,” #241, #241n [pp. 332, 334n]; Lowell’s Fable for Critics, #206n, #304, #304n, #320 [pp. 295n, 427, 429n, 449]; Lowell’s Poems, #164, #187 (actually not a good reference), #187n, #206, #241 [pp. 239n, 272(?), 273n, 295n, 334n]; Marshall’s Washington, #44, #44n, #46, #46n [pp. 61, 62n, 65, 66n]; Osborn’s Confessions, #43, #206n [pp. 295n] **[add p. 60]**; Osborn s “Vision of Rubeta,” #206n [pp. 295n]; pay for, #187 (renumbered) [pp. 272]; Reynolds, #187 (renumbered), #187n [pp. 272, 273n]; Sigourney’s Zinzendorff, #61n [pp. 90n]; Smith’s poems, #199n [pp. 289n]; Stephens’ Incidents of Travel, #97n [pp. 142n]; Thomas’ Clinton Bradshaw, #104 [pp. 149n]; Tucker’s George Balcombe, #52n [pp. 79n]; Walsh’s Sketches, #121n [pp. 177n]; Willis’ Inklings, #72 [pp. 99]; Willis’ Tortesa, #81, #81n, #82, #300 [pp. 116, 117n, 119, 417]; Wilmer’s “Quacks;” #81, #81n, #120, #120n, #162, #162n, #206n [pp. 116, 117n, 175, 176n, 236, 237n, 295] **[[comment]]** we have been inconsistent in use presentation of “poems,” sometimes italicized and sometimes not.

Reynolds, Jeremiah N.: #187 (renumbered), #187n [pp. 272, 273n]

Richard (veiled self-reference to P): #182 [pp. 262]

Richmond, “Annie” (Nancy Locke Heywood; Mrs. Charles B.): P introduces Mrs. Lewis to, #281 [pp. 398]; P’s dependence on, #286, #289, #306, #330 [pp. 400-403, 405-406, 429-432, 458, 459]; and P-Whitman relationship, #302 [pp. 420-421]

Richmond, “Caddy” (also “Abby,” “Carrie”; Annie’s daughter): #298, #301, #301n, #307, #319 [pp. 415, 419, 420n, 432, 447, 448]

Richmond, Charles B.: thinks ill of P, #301 [pp. 418]; and P’s relationship with Annie, #306, #309 [pp. 430-432, 434-435]; P wants dead, #330 [pp. 459]; mentioned, #298, #301, #303, 319 [pp. 415, 419, 426, 448]

Richmond Courier and Daily Compiler: #43 [p. 60]

Richmond Junior Volunteers: #1, #2 [pp. 3, 4]. See also Junior Morgan Riflemen **[[not much point in the reference since it directs to the same letter 3, just the note. A “see” reference for the other to point here may be more meaningful.]]**

Riker, John C.: #176, #176n [pp. 254, 255n]

Rob of the Bowl (J. P. Kennedy): #54 [pp. 82n]

Robinson Crusoe (D. Defoe): #153, #308, #308n [pp. 224, 433, 434n]

Robinson, Joseph: #90, #90n [pp. 127, 128n]

Robinson, Professor: #226, #229 [pp. 313, 316]

Rogers, [Samuel?]: #241 [pp. 332]

Rogers, Mary Cecilia: #136, #137 [pp. 200, 201]

“Rosaline” (J. R. Lowell): #147 [pp. 217]

Ross, Mr.: #26 [pp. 37]

Royster, Elmira: See Shelton, E. R.

“Russian Revenge”: #133 [pp. 194]

“Sabbath and its Rest, The” (S. J. Hale): #225 [pp. 311]

St. Louis Bulletin: #81, #81n, #104, #104n [pp. 115, 117n, 148, 149n]

Salary, P’s: on SLM, #48, #50, #53, #54, #57, #68 [pp. 70, 73, 80, 81, 84, 96]; on Burton’s, #93 [pp. 131, 132]; on Graham’s, #109n, #134, #134n [pp. 158n, 197, 198n]

Sargent, J.: #229 [pp. 316]

Sartain, John: #311, #327 [pp. 438, 455]

Satire, and P’s tales: #57 [pp. 84]

“Satirical Poems” (P): #206n [pp. 295n]

Saturday Courier (Philadelphia): #89n [pp. 127n]

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia): accuses P of plagiarism, #249, #249n, #252, #252n [pp. 343, 344n, 348, 349n]; mentioned, #125, #132n [pp. 181, 182, 193n]

Saturday Museum (Philadelphia): P biography in, #153, #153n, #164n, #267, #267n [pp. 223, 225n, 240n, 367, 368n]; mentioned, #157, #158, #164 [pp. 230, 231, 239]

Saturday Visiter (Baltimore): P wins contest in, #38n, #39n, #46, #50, #50n [pp. 55n, 65, 66n, 74, 75n]; and “Coliseum,” #112n [pp. 161n]; mentioned, #52n, #90n, #137 [pp. 79n, 128n, 201, 203]

Saunders, Branch T.: #48 [pp. 70]

Saunders, Robert: #62 (postscript), #62n [pp. 90, 91n]

Schoolcraft, [Henry Rowe?]: #226, #229 [pp. 313, 316]

“Science of Life, The” (M. Carey): #71 [pp. 99]

Scott, General Winfield: #9, #9n, #26, #27 [pp. 13, 15n, 38, 39n]

“Scythe of Time, The” (P): #78n, #84n [pp. 113n, 122n]

Seaward, Sir Edward: #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]

Sedgwick, Catherine M.: #68, #224, #224a, #224an [pp. 96(?), 310, 311n]

“Selection in Reading” (L. Minor): #55 [pp. 83]

“Shadow, A Fable” (P): #83n [pp. 121n]

Shakespeare, William: #21, #131, #310 [pp. 32, 190, 436]

Shaw, Charles B.: #45 [pp. 63]

“Sheherazade” (P): #223 [pp. 309]

Shelley, Percy Bysshe: #21, # 140, #140n, #179, #241 [pp. 32, 207, 209n, 257-258, 332]

Shelton, Mrs. Elmira Royster: possible marriage to P, #330, #330n, #332, #332n [pp. 458, 459, 460n, 461, 462n]

Shew, Mrs. Marie L.: and VP’s death, #248 [pp. 340]; P’s description of her house, #254 [pp. 350]; helping P, #260, #260n [pp. 357, 358n]; P begs not to desert him, #273 [pp. 372-374]; mentioned, #269n [pp. 369n]

Short and Company (London): #244 [pp. 336]

Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H.: #68, #73, #129, #303 [pp. 96, 101, 187, 425]; “To a Land Bird at Sea,” #128n [pp. 186n]; Zinzendorff, #61n [pp. 90n]

“Silence-A Sonnet” (P): quoted, #89 [pp. 126-127]

Simms, William Gilmore: #75, #127 [pp. 105, 185]; The Partisan, #73 [pp. 101]

“Single, Letter of Celia”: See “Letter of Celia Single”

“Siope” (P): #50, #74n, #77n [pp. 74, 105n, 111n]

“Skeleton in Armor” (H. W. Longfellow): #110 [pp. 159]

Sketches of Modern Literature and Eminent Literary Men (G. Gilfillan): #242n [pp. 334]

“Sleeper, The” (P): P’s criticism of, #170, #241 [pp. 258, 332]; corrected, #196 [pp. 285]; mentioned, #112n, #241 [pp. 161n, 333n]

Slidell, Lieutenant: Spain Revisited, #73 [pp. 101]

“Small Talk”: See “Literary Small Talk”

Smith, Arthur: #3 [pp. 5]

Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes: #199, #229 [pp. 289, 316(?)] **[there seems no reason for the question]**

Smith, S.: #229 [pp. 316] **[Seba Smith]**

Smith, Thomas S.: #143, #148, #153 [pp. 211, 218-219(?), 225(?)]

Snodgrass, Joseph Evans: “Childhood Scenes,” #88, #88n, #90, #90n [pp. 125, 126n, 127, 128n]; “Quotidiana,” #107 [pp. 152]; “Reproof of a Bird,” #120, #120n, #126 [pp. 175, 176n, 183]

Snowden, William W.: #93, #173, #195n, #259 [pp. 131, 247, 284n, 356]

Snowden’s Lady’s Companion: See Ladies’ Companion

Society Library (New York): #260, #262 [pp. 358, 359]

Socrates: #181 [pp. 261]

“Some sins do bear their privilege on earth”: #12 [pp. 18]

Soran: #109, #120, #120n [pp. 155, 175, 176n]

Southern Literary Messenger: P joins, #45n, #47, #47n [pp. 64n, 68, 69n]; P’s opinion of, #42, #45 [pp. 57-58, 62-63]; pay, #43, #44, #46, #48, #299, Appendix B [pp. 59, 61, 64, 70, 415-416, 521n238]; P as editor, #49, #50, #50n, #53, #57, #61, #73, #75 [pp. 72, 73, 74n, 80, 84, 89, 100, 105]; dismissed, #50n [pp. 74n]; reinstated, #50n [pp. 75n]; soliciting contributions for, #51, #65, #66, #67, #69, #70 [pp. 75-76, 93, 94-95, 96, 97-98]; letter of refusal for, #58 [pp. 86-88]; plans for, #66, #67 [pp. 94, 95]; “thriving,” #68 [pp. 96]; “best number,” #72 [pp. 99]; defense of reviewing practices, #73 [pp. 100]; P leaves, #76n [pp. 107n]; Baltimore Republican quoted on, #81 [pp. 115]; P’s reasons for leaving, #97 [pp. 141]; and P’s drinking, #109 [pp. 156]; editors, after P, #129, #143 [pp. 187, 211]; P wants subscribers’ list of, for Stylus, #157, #159 [pp. 230, 233]; borrowed volumes of, #174, #174n, #184n, #191 [pp. 252, 253n, 264n, 276]; P’s influence on circulation of, #186, #312 [pp. 269, 440]; and finances, #311 [pp. 438]; mentioned, #43, #46, #46n, #48, #55, #60, #63, #74, #82n, #83, #98, #99, #106, #107, #108, #112, #113, #117 (postscript), #125, #140, #186, #195, #208, #210, #218, #301, #304, #304n, #318, #319, #320, #330 [pp. 60, 65, 66n, 71, 83, 88, 91, 103, 104, 119n, 120, 143, 144, 150, 152, 153-154, 161, 162, 171, 182, 207, 267, 268, 282, 297, 298, 304, 418, 419, 427, 429n, 446, 447, 449, 458]. See also Thompson, J. R.; White, T. W.

Southern Patriot (Charleston): #205 (postscript), #207 [pp. 293, 296]

Southwest (J. H. Ingraham): #117 [pp. 171]

Spain Revisited (Lt. Slidell): #73 [pp. 101]

Spanish Student, The (H. W. Longfellow): “poor composition,” #164 [pp. 238]; and plagiarism, #179, #179n [pp. 258, 259n]; mentioned: #187n (renumbered), #300 [pp. 273n, 417]

Sparhawk, Edward V.: #44 (postscript) [pp. 62]

Sparks, Jared: Life of Franklin, #42 [pp. 59]; and “Letter of Celia Single,” #63 [pp. 91]

Spear, Thomas G.: #132 [pp. 193]

“Spectacles, The” (P): publication of, #172n, #173, #173n [pp. 245n-246n, 247, 248n]; mentioned, #175, #175n, #223 [pp. 253, 254n, 309]

Spectator, The (London): #233 [pp. 319]

“Sphynx, The” (P): #227 [pp. 314]

“Spirit of Poesy” (H. T. Tuckerman): #149 [pp. 220]

Spirit of the Times (Philadelphia): “Reply to English” in, #236, #237, #250 [pp. 323-324, 345]; mentioned, #144, #227 (postscript) [pp. 214, 315]. See also Porter, W. T.

Sprague, Charles: #123, #123n [pp. 179, 180n]

Spring, G[ardiner?]: #229 [pp. 316]

Spy, The (Columbia, Pa.): #178n [pp. 256n]

Stanard, Mrs. Jane Craig: #273, #278 (p. 4) [pp. 374, 385]

Stanard, Robert: #273 [pp. 374]

Stearnes, Rev. Oliver A.: #59, #59n [pp. 87, 88n]

Stephens, John L.: #123, #226, #229 [pp. 179, 313, 316]; Incidents of Travel in Egypt, #97n, #111n [pp. 142n, 160n]; Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, #111, #111n [pp. 159, 160n]

Stephens, Mrs. Anne S.: #129, #173, #173n, #229, #229n [pp. 187(?), 246, 248n, 316(?), 317n(?)]

Stockton, Mr.: #26 [pp. 38]

Stone, Colonel William L.: Ups and Downs, #73, #73n [pp. 101, 103n]

Stricker, John: #42 [pp. 58-59]

Strobia family: #330, #330n [pp. 458, 460n]

Studevant: #104 [pp. 148] **[[is this really John Sturdivant ???, Poe log, 295, etc.]]**

Stylus, The: and Penn, #114n, #180n [pp. 166n, 260n]; plans, prospectus, and soliciting for, #153, #156, #157, #158, #159, #180 [pp. 224-225, 229, 230, 231-232, 233n, 259]; “exploded;” #161, #189, #189n [pp. 234, 274, 275n]; renewed activity on, #223, #225, #252, #259, #260, #262, #263, #264n, #274n, #278n,#320 [pp. 310n, 312, 349, 354, 356-357, 358, 359, 360, 364n, 375, 391n, 449-450]; “great purpose” of P’s life, #240, #241 [pp. 330, 333]; P seeks money for, #287 [pp. 404]; and Patterson, #312, #316, #329 [pp. 439-441, 443-444, 457]. See also Magazines, ideal; Penn

Sue, Eugene: The Wandering Jew, #220a [pp. 305]

Suicide, P’s threats of and attempts at: #48, #286, #286n, #301n [pp. 69, 401-402, 403n, 419n]

Swallow-Barn (J. P. Kennedy): #42 [pp. 58]

Swift, Jonathan: Gulliver’s Travels, #158 [pp. 232]

Swimming, P’s: #42 [pp. 57]

“System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, The” (P): #175, #175n, #223 [pp. 253, 254n, 309]

Tacitus: #3 [pp. 5]

“Tale of Jerusalem, A” (P): #46n, #84 [pp. 66n, 121n]

“Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A” (P): #175, #175n [pp. 253, 254n]

Tales (P’s): P on, #52 [pp. 77-78]; satire in, #57 [pp. 84]; “best,” #179 [pp. 258]; “Phantasy Pieces,” #186 [pp. 271]; “of ratiocination,” #240 [pp. 328-329]; P plans to publish himself, #241 [pp. 332]; mentioned, #57n, #122n, #175, #186n [pp. 85n, 178n, 253, 272n]. See also under separate titles

Tales (P, 1845): pay for, #215 [pp. 301]; P wants 2d edition published, #223 [pp. 309-310]; reviews of, #226, #233, #233n, #236n [pp. 313, 319, 320n, 323]; editorial choice of, #240, #240n, #241 [pp. 328-329, 330n, 332]; mentioned, #208n [pp. 297n]

“Tales of the Folio Club” (P): P describes plan of, #37, #39, #74 [pp. 53, 55, 103-104]; at Lea and Carey’s, #38 [pp. 54]; “partially published,” #46, #46n [pp. 65, 66n]; White willing to publish, #50, #50n [pp. 74, 75n]; mentioned, #57n [pp. 85n]. See also under separate titles

Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (P, 1840): to be published, #81, #82n, #83 [pp. 115, 116, 119n, 120]; published, #85, #87 [pp. 123, 124]; reviews, #88 [pp. 125-126]; edition “exhausted,” #95 [pp. 138, 139]; mentioned, #74n, #84, #122 [pp. 105n, 121, 178]

Talfourd, Sergeant (Sir Thomas Noon): #129 [pp. 187]; Ion, #129 [pp. 187]

Talley, Susan Archer: #299, #299n [pp. 415, 416n]

“Tamerlane” (P): #208 [p. 297]; See also Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Other Poems

Tamerlane and Minor Poems (P, 1827): #8n [pp. 13n]

Tasistro, Count L. Fitzgerald: #143, #143n, #229 [pp. 212, 213n, 316]

Taylor, Bayard: Views Afoot, #271 [pp. 371]

Taylor, Mr. (Agent for Graham’s): #131 [pp. 189]

Tellkampf, Professor: #229 [pp. 316]

“Tell-Tale Heart” (P): publication of, #149 [pp. 220]; pay for, #151, #151n [pp. 222, 223n]; mentioned, #179 [pp. 258]

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord: P accused of imitation of, #173, #175 [pp. 246-247, 253]; “profoundly excited by,” #179 [pp. 257]

Thayer, Colonel Sylvanus: #27, #27n, #29 [pp. 38, 39n, 43]

“ — the very roses’ odors”: #290 [pp. 408]

“There are some qualities — some incorporate things”: See “Silence”

“There nature speaks and even ideal things”: #24 [pp. 35]

Thomas, Edward J.: #202 [pp. 290-291]

Thomas, E. S. (F. W.’s father): #124

Thomas, Frances Ann (F. W.’s sister): #104, #124, #131, #131n [pp. 149, 180, 190, 191n]

Thomas, Frederick W.: and P’s government job, #117, #118, #134, #134n, #155 [pp. 170-171, 171-173, 197, 198n, 227]; and “Autography,” #127n [pp. 185n]; solicited for Stylus, #153 [pp. 224]; and P’s drinking, #157, #157n [pp. 229, 230n]; mentioned, #94, #124, #175 [pp. 137(?), 180, 253]; “Beechen Tree,” #143, #143n, #182, #182n, #189, #189n [pp. 212, 213n, 262, 263n, 274, 275n]; Clinton Bradshaw, #104, #104n, #131, #144 [pp. 148, 149n, 191, 214]; East and West, #104, #104n [pp. 148, 149n]; Howard Pinckney, #104, #104n [pp. 148, 149n]

Thomas, Isabella (F. W.’s sister): #124 [pp. 180]

Thomas, Jackson (F. W.’s brother): #124 [pp. 180]

Thomas, Lewis (F. W.’s brother): #124 [pp. 180]

Thomas, Martha (F. W.’s sister): #124 [pp. 180]

Thomas, Mrs. Ebenezer Smith (F. W.’s mother): #304 [pp. 428] (Actually seems to be to his mother’s “family”) (Also #124 ???)

Thomas, Susan (F. W.’s sister): #124 [pp. 180]

Thompson, John R.: #304, #316, #319, #330 [pp. 427, 444, 447, 458]. See also Southern Literary Messenger

Thompson, Mrs.: #47 [pp. 68]

Thornton, Eliza Gookin (“Eliza of Saco, Maine”): #45, #45n [pp. 63, 64n]

“Thou Art the Man” (P): #175, #177n, #179 [pp. 253, 255n, 258]

Times (London): #233 [pp. 319]

Times (New York): #174 [pp. 251]

Times and Notion (Boston): #267, #267n [pp. 367, 368n]

“ ‘Tis said that absence” (F. W. Thomas): #127 [pp. 184]

“To Arcturus” (S. H. Whitman): #290 [pp. 408]

“To a Coquette” (N. B. Tucker): #62 [pp. 90]

“To Helen” (P): #271, #278 [pp. 371, 385-386]

“To Ianthe in Heaven” (P): #82 [pp. 119n]

“To a Land Bird at Sea” (L. H. Sigourney): #128 [pp. 186n]

“To My Mother” (P): #311, #311n [pp. 438, 439n]

“To Zante” (P): #103 [pp. 147]

“Toilette, The” (J. A. Maubey): #230 [pp. 317]

Token, The: #39n [pp. 56n]

Tomlin, John, “Devil’s Visit to St. Dunstan”: #101, #101n [pp. 146, 147n]

Tortesa (N. P. Willis): #81, #81n, #82, #300 [pp. 116, 117n, 119, 417]

Transcendentalists: P’s views on, #180 [pp. 259]; and P’s lectures, #195 [pp. 284]; enemies of P, #280, #280n [pp. 394, 397n]

Travers, Robert: #166, #166n [pp. 240, 241n]

Tribune (New York): and P’s lectures, #195 [pp. 284]; and P-English controversy, #250, #250n [pp. 344, 345n]; mentioned, #190, #234, #319 [pp. 275, 321, 447]

True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs. Veal (D. Defoe): #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]

Tucker, Judge Nathaniel Beverley: compliments P, #43 [pp. 60]; P criticizes poetry of, #53, #62 [pp. 77, 78, 90-91n]; critical acumen of, #82, #82n [pp. 118, 119n]; P on, #117, #129 [pp. 184-185]; and SLM, #129 [pp. 187]; mentioned, #43n [pp. 61n]; George Balcombe, #52n, #129 [pp. 79n, 187]; Partisan Leader, #127, #127n [pp. 184, 185n]; “To a Coquette,” #62 [pp. 90]

Tuckerman, Henry T.: #149, #226, #229 [pp. 220, 313(?), 316(?)]; “Spirit of Poesy,” #149 [pp. 220]

Tuel, J. E.: The Moral for Authors, #319, #319n [pp. 447, 448n]

Tupper, Martin F.: and P’s Tales (1845): #226, #233, #240 [pp. 313, 319, 329]; Crock of Gold, #233 [pp. 319]; Proverbial Philosophy, #233 [pp. 319] **[[there is another reference for Proverbial Philosophy, perhaps refer that here]]**

“Turkey-Hunter” (P. P. Cooke): #227 [pp. 313]

Two Lives (M. J. McIntosh): #275, #275n [pp. 375, 376n]

Tyler, John: and P’s government job, #117, #118, #155 [pp. 170, 171, 172, 227]; mentioned, #70, #145, #148 [pp. 98, 215, 218, 219]

Tyler, Robert: and Penn, #132 [pp. 192, 193]; and Stylus, #153, #155, #155n [pp. 224, 227, 228n]; and P’s government appointment, #134, #134n, #135, #138, #142, #148, #149 (???), #182 [pp. 197, 198n, 199, 204, 210, 218, 219, 220, 262]; “promising poem,” #143 [pp. 212]; mentioned, #156 [pp. 228]; Ahasuerus, #132 [pp. 192]

Tyson, General J. W.: #142 [pp. 210]

“Ulalume” (P): published, #258 [pp. 353-354]; and Willis, #310, 310n [pp. 436, 437n]; mentioned, #259n, #290n, #305, #308, #331 [pp. 357n, 408, 409n, 429, 433, 460]

Union Magazine of Literature and Art (Post’s): #266, #271, #311, 311n [pp. 365, 371, 437, 438n]

United States Gazette (Philadelphia): #81, #88 [pp. 116, 125]

United States Government: and “General” Poe’s back pay, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93]; P tries for position in, #117, #118, #118n, #134, #134n, #135, #138, #142, #143, #145, #146, #182 [pp. 170-171, 172, 173n, 197, 198n, 199, 204, 210, 211, 212, 214-215, 216, 217, 262]; hopes dashed, #148, #225 (postscript) [pp. 218-219, 225]; in Washington about, #155, #156 [pp. 227, 229]

United States Magazine and Democratic Review: pay, #227 [pp. 314]; stops paying P, #311, #311n [pp. 437, 438n]; mentioned, #143, #299, #299n [pp. 211, 415, 416n]

“Un no rompido” (Ponce de León): #12 [pp. 18]

“Unseen Spirits” (N. P. Willis): #173 [pp. 246]

Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman (W. L. Stone): #73, #73n [pp. 101, 103n]

Upshur, Judge Abel Parker: and Stylus, #153, #155, #155n [pp. 224-225, 227, 228n]; mentioned, #127, #127n [pp. 184, 185n]

“Valdemar Case”: See “Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar”

Valentine, Anne Moore: #3, #4, #11, #13, #19, #23, #26, #27, #27n [pp. 5, 7, 17, 21, 30, 34, 37, 38, 39n]

“Valley of Unrest” (P): #241 [pp. 332]

Vermont, University of: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n, 321]

Verplanck, [Gulian C.?]: #226, #229, #229n [pp. 313, 316, 317n]

Versification: #52, #58 [pp. 78, 86, 87]

Vestiges of Creation (R. Chambers): #264 [pp. 362-363, 364]

Victorine: #93 [pp. 129]

Views Afoot (B. Taylor): #271 [pp. 371]

Virginia Star: #92 [pp. 129]

Virginia, University of: “disturbances” at, #3, #4 [pp. 4-5, 6]; P’s career at, #3n [pp. 5n]; building of, #4 [pp. 6]; “infamous conduct” at, #9 [pp. 14]; P’s reasons for leaving, #28 [pp. 39-41]; mentioned, #11n, #28n, #262, #312, #312n [pp. 17n, 42n, 359, 440, 441n]

“Vision of Rubeta, The” (L. Osborn): #206, #206n [pp. 293-294, 295n]

Voices of the Night (H. W. Longfellow): #110n [pp. 159n]

Voltaire: #277 (para. 1) [pp. 379]

“Voluminous History of the Little Longfellow War” (P): #195n [pp. 284n]

“Von Kempelen and His Discovery” (P): #308, #308n [pp. 433, 434n]

Waif (H. W. Longfellow): #242 [pp. 334]

Wakondah (C. Mathews): #172n [pp. 245n]

Wallace, William Ross: #142 [pp. 210]

Walsh, Robert: #12, #12n, #13, #13n [pp. 18, 19n, 20, 21n]

Wandering Jew, The (E. Sue): #220a [pp. 305]

Ward, Thomas: See Flaccus

Warwick, Corbin: #11, #11n [pp. 16, 17n]

Washington, George: and “General” Poe, #64, #64n [pp. 92, 93n]

Washington, The Life of George (J. Marshall): #44, #44n, #46 [pp. 61, 62n, 65-66]

Webb, Colonel: #260 (postscript) [pp. 358]

Weekly Messenger, Alexander’s: and “House of Usher,” #81 [pp. 116]; and P’s cipher interest, #118 [pp. 173n]; mentioned, #81n, #88, #92n [pp. 117n, 125, 129n]

Weekly Mirror: See New York Mirror

Weekly Universe: #263, #263n [pp. 360, 362n]

Welby, Mrs. Amelia B. Coppuck: #143 [pp. 211]

Weld, Rev. Horatio Hastings: “Corrected Proofs,” #123 [pp. 179]

West Point: P trying for cadet’s appointment, #9, #10, #16, #18, #19 [pp. 13-15, 25, 28, 29]; recommended for, #10n, #11n, #14 [pp. 16n, 17n, 21-22]; expenses, #19 [pp. 29-30]; P at, #26, #27, #28, [pp. 37-42]; dismissal, #28n, #29, #29n [pp. 42n, 43, 44n]; mentioned, #14n, #15n, #20, #22, #23n, #47, #47n, #75, #75n, #118, #262, #312, #312n [pp. 23n, 24n, 31, 33, 34n, 68, 69n, 105, 106n, 172, 359, 440, 441n]

Western Quarterly Review: #330, #330n [pp. 458, 460n]

Wetherald, Esther: #133 [pp. 194]

Wetmore, Prosper M.: #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

Whelpley, James D.: #300 [pp. 417]

Whig Review: See American Review

“While in its depths withdrawn, far, far away”: #291 [pp. 410]

White, Eliza (T. W.’s daughter): #330, #330n [pp. 459, 460n]

White, Thomas H. (T. W.’s son): #45, #45n [pp. 63, 64n]

White, Thomas W.: and P’s editorship of SLM, #49n, #50, #50n [pp. 72n, 73, 74n-75n]; and tales of the Folio Club, #50 [pp. 74]; “very liberal,” #54 [pp. 81]; “exceedingly kind,” #57 [pp. 84]; helping MC, #68 [pp. 95]; dismisses P, #76n [pp. 107n]; “illiterate and vulgar,” #97 [pp.141]; on P, #97n [pp. 142n]; mentioned, #46, #48, #51, #52, #55, #58, #59, #61, #62, #63, #70, #71, #74, #129, #134 (“little Tom”), #159, #175 [pp. 64-65, 70, 75, 76, 78, 83, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 97, 98, 103, 187, 198, 233, 253]

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: P writes pseudonymous letter to, #276 [pp. 379]; P has “deep interest” in, #270 [pp. 370]; poem quoted, #278, #280 [pp. 383-384, 396]; and P’s love for Annie, #286, #286n [pp. 402, 403n]; P’s dependence on, #291 [pp. 410]; projected marriage with P, #294, #293 [pp. 412, 413]; P wants to break with, #298, #301 [pp. 414-415, 418]; P breaks with, #302 [pp. 420-421]; mentioned, #270n, #292, #303, #303n [pp. 371n, 411, 425, 426n]; “To Arcturus,” #290 [pp. 408]; valentine, #278 (p. 4), #280 (p. 6) [pp. 385, 395]; “While in its depths withdrawn,” #291 (p. 1) [pp. 410]

Whittier, John Greenleaf: #123, #123n [pp. 179, 180n]

“Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling” (P): #74n [pp. 105n]

Wickliffe, Mr.: #4 [pp. 6]

Wilde, Richard Henry: #43 [pp. 60]; “My Life Is Like the Summer Rose,” #43n [pp. 61n]

Wiley and Putnam (Publishers): publish Raven and Other Poems (1845), #207 [pp. 296]; and Tales (1845), #240, #240n, #241 [pp. 328, 330n, 332]; mentioned, #220a, #225, #229 [pp. 305, 311, 316]. See also Wiley, John

Wiley, John: #215, #223 [pp. 301, 309]

“William Wilson” (P): #82, #84, #179 [pp. 119, 122n, 258]

Willig, Mr.: #126, #130 [pp. 184, 189]

Willis, J.: #229 [pp. 316]

Willis, Nathaniel Parker: and P’s “Heaven,” #20n, #75n [pp. 31n-32n, 106n]; and understanding P, #82 [pp. 118]; and Penn, #113, #114, #115, #116 [pp. 163, 165, 167, 169]; and Graham’s, #129 [pp. 187]; Landor’s memoir of, #173, #173n [pp. 246, 248n]; “graceful trifler,” #173 [pp. 246]; and P’s lectures, #194, #194n [pp. 281, 282n]; going to England, #198 [pp. 288]; and Mirror, #233 [pp. 318-319]; and publicity about P’s situation, #246 [pp. 338-339]; and “Ulalume,” #258 [pp. 353-354]; and Stylus, #262, #263 [pp. 359, 360]; “For Annie” sent to, #310 [pp. 436]; and “Raven,” #317 [pp. 445]; mentioned, #81, #176, #176n, #183, #227, #241, #244, #244n, #251, #251n, #316, #319, #320 [pp. 115, 254, 255n, 263, 314, 332, 336, 337n, 346, 347, 348n, 444, 448, 449]; Inklings of Adventure, #72 [pp. 99]; Melanie and Other Poems, #42 [pp. 59]; Tortesa, #81, #81n, #82, #300 [pp. 116, 117n, 119, 417]; “Unseen Spirits,” #173 [pp. 246]

Wilmer, Lambert A.: P considers a villain, #162, #162n [pp. 236, 237n]; “Quacks of Helicon,” #81, #120, #120n, #162, #162n, #206 [pp. 117n, 175, 176n, 236, 237n, 295n]

Wilson, Professor John (“Christopher North”): and P’s Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (1840), #81, #81n, #95, #95n [pp. 116, 117n, 138, 139n]

Wirt, William: and P’s West Point appointment, #9, #9n, #11, #13, #13n, #14n [pp. 13, 15n, 16-17, 20, 21n, 23]; mentioned, #229, #229n [pp. 316, 317n]

Wise, H. A.: #235 [pp. 322]

Witchcraft (C. Mathews): #172n, #259 [pp. 245n, 355]

Women, literary: #301 [pp. 419]. See also Ellet; Lewis; Lynch; Osgood; etc.

Wood, John W.: #45 [pp. 64]

Wright, Mrs. Paulina: #292, #292n [pp. 411, 412n]

Writing, P on: #304 [pp. 427]

Wyatt, Professor Thomas: #153, #249, #249n [pp. 225, 343, 344n]

Yankee, The (New York): #21, #94 [pp. 32-33, 137n]

Yarrington, Mrs.: #53 [pp. 80]

Year’s Life, A (J. R. Lowell): #164, #164n [pp. 238, 239, 240n]

Young Man’s Paper: #46 [pp. 65]

“Young Rosalie Lee” (P. P. Cooke): #179, #227, #240 [pp. 256, 314, 329]

Zanoni (Bulwer-Lytton): #137 [pp. 202]

Zieber, George B., and Company (booksellers): #193, #193n [pp. 279, 280n]

Zinzendorff (L. H. Sigourney): #61 [pp. 90n]

 


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Notes:

The letter number references have been added to this index. In the original, only the page numbers are given.


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