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of, 29.

Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, 9, 27. | Armada, the, 374.
Abolitionists, 260.

Arnold, Benedict, Irving's treatment
Afloat and Ashore, 71, 88.
Aftermath, 226, 245.

Arnold, Matthew, 232.
*Ages, The,' Bryant's Phi Beta Kappa Astor, John Jacob, his commerical en-
poem, 38.

terprise in the Northwest, the sub-
Agnew, Mary, 406.

ject of Astoria, 28.
Alhambra, The, 9, 24.

At Sundown, 263, 282.
Allan, Mr. and Mrs. John, befriend Atlantic Monthly,' founding of, and
Poe, 190, 191.

Whittier's contributions to, 262;
Allegiance, treaty with Germany con- Lowell editor of, 458.
cerning, 107

Autocrat, The, of the Breakfast-Table,
American Anti-Slavery Society in New 340, 345, 355.

York, Whittier secretary of, 260. Autumn, Thoreau's, 324, 331.
American Democrat, The, 70, 94.
American Lands and Letters, 449. Bachiler, Stephen, 256.
American Loyalists, Irving's attitude Bancroft, Aaron, father of George

towards, 30; in Westchester County, Bancroft, 101.
N. Y., 75

Bancroft, George: his ancestry, 101;
American Note-Books of Nathaniel education and foreign travel, 102;
Hawthorne, 292, 315.

tutor at Harvard, 103; the Round
*American Scholar, The,' Emerson's Hill School, 103; early works, 104;

Phi Beta Kappa oration, 152, 162. political appointments, 105, 107;
Among My Books, 458, 475, 476. founds United States Naval Acad-
Among the Hills, 263, 280.

emy, 105; brings about treaty with
Amory, Susan, wife of William Hick- Germany, 107 ; last years, 107 ;
ling Prescott, 125.

death, 108; character, 108; criticism
‘Analectic Magazine,' conducted by of the History, 110-119.
Irving, 6.

Barbara Frietchie,' remark of Whit-
André, Major John, Irving's treat- tier concerning, 265; popularity of,
ment of, 29.

276.
Anti-slavery movement, Whittier's Battle Summer, 440, 444.

connection with, 259, 273-277; Belfry, The, of Bruges, 225, 236.
Thoreau's, 331; Curtis's, 420, 421; Benjamin, Mary, wife of John Lo-
Lowell's, 456, 466, 479.

throp Motley, 360 ; her death,
Anti-Slavery Papers, Lowell's, 459, 364.
479.

Bigelow, Catharine, wife of Francis
Appleton, Frances, wife of Longfellow, Parkman, 381.

Biglow Papers, The, 456, 458, 466.
Archæological Institute of America, Bismarck, his student life with Motley,
383.

360.

225, 226.

for, 421.

Bliss, Elisabeth (Davis), wife of Caraffa, Motley's picture of, 371.
George Bancroft, 105.

Carlyle, Thomas, Emerson's meeting
Blithedale Romance, The, 291, 309. with, 150; correspondence with
Bonneville, 28.

Emerson, 156; quotation from, ap-
Book of the Roses, 381 (note).

plied to Whitman, 495.
Borrow, George, Emerson's know-Cathedral, The, 458, 470.
ledge of, 182.

Cavalier and Puritan, Bancroft's com-
Boston Lyceum, Poe's appearance be- parison of, ul.
fore, 197, 200.

Chainbearer, The, 71, 95.
Bracebridge Hall, 7, 17.

Champlain, Samuel, 392.
Bravo, The, 69, 89, 96.

Charles the Fifth, Prescott's contin-
• Broadway Journal, The,' Poe's con- uation of Robertson's history of,
nection with, 196.

127.
Bronson, W. C., quoted, on Bryant, Children of the Lord's Supper, The,
43.

231, 236.
Brook Farm, Emerson's sympathy Christus, a Mystery, 226, 245.

with, 154; Hawthorne's connection Civil Service reform, Curtis's work

with, 289.
Brown, John, Thoreau's acquaint-Clemm, Maria, 192, 194, 198.
ance with, 323.

Clemm, Virginia, 192; her marriage
Bryant, Peter, father of William Cul- to Edgar Allan Poe, 193; her death,
len Bryant, 35.

197.
Bryant, Stephen, ancestor of William Clough, Arthur Hugh, effect on, of
Cullen Bryant, 35.

reading Evangeline, 232; visits
Bryant, William Cullen: his ancestry, America, 457

35; early verses, 36; education, 36, Cogswell, Joseph G., 103.
37; law practice, 37; marriage, 38; Columbus, Irving's life of, 8, 20.
editorial work, 38-41; political af- Commemoration Ode, 458, 470.
filiations, 39, 40; works published, Conduct of Life, 156, 175.
41; travel, 42; death, 43; character, Conkling, Roscoe, his attack on Cur-
44; quarrel with an opponent, 45;
criticism of his work, 46–62; his Conquest, The, of Granada, 8, 22.
translations, 58; quoted, on Coop- Conquest, The, of Mexico, 127, 134.

er's quarrel with the Press, 70. Conquest, The, of Peru, 127, 138.
Burr, Aaron, Washington Irving Conspiracy, The, of Pontiac, 381, 387.

among counsel for defence of, 5. Constitution of the United States, his-
Burroughs, John, 243.

tory of, by Bancroft, 108.
‘Burton's Gentleman's Magazine and Cooper, James Fenimore: his ances-

American Monthly,' Poe's connec- try, 65; boyhood and education, 66;
tion with, 194.

enters the navy, 66; marries and
Byron, George Gordon Noel, visits leaves the service, 67; his first books,
American flagship, 103.

67; life abroad, 68; return to Amer-

ica, 69; quarrel with the Press, 69;
Cabot, Sebastian, passage on, from list of works, 70; character, 72;
Bancroft, 110.

style, 74; criticism of his works, 75–
Cambridge (England), University of,
confers degree on Holmes, 340; on Cooper, William, father of James Fen-

tis, 423.

97

imore Cooper, 65.
Cape Cod, 324, 331.

Cortés, Prescott's estimate of, 136.

Lowell, 459.

226, 249.

Count Frontenac and New France Dwight, Sarah, wife of George Ban-
under Louis XIV, 382, 391, 393.

croft, 105.
Courtship of Miles Standish, The, 226,
242.

Early Spring in Massachusetts, 324,
Craigie, Mrs., her reception of Long- 331.
fellow, 224.

'Easy Chair' papers, 419, 422, 425,
Crater, The, 71, 95.

430.
Croker, J. W., quoted, on Irving, 13. Edinburgh, University of, confers de-
Curtis, George William: his ancestry, gree on Holmes, 341.
417; education, 418;

at Brook El Dorado, 403.
Farm and Concord, 418; foreign Elsie Venner, 340, 352.
travel, 418; newspaper work, 419; Embargo, The, 36.
the 'Easy Chair,' 419; books pub- Emerson, Ralph Waldo: bis ancestry,
Fished, 419, 422; orations, 420; mar- 147; boyhood, 148; education, 149;
riage, 420; political work and Civil ordination and withdrawal from the
Service reform, 421; character, 423; ministry, 149, 150; begins lecturing,
style, 424; criticism of his works, 151; settles in Concord, 151; nota-
427-435

ble addresses, 152; connection with
Curtis family, 417.

Transcendental movement, 152;

lecture tour in England, 154; posi-
Dante, Longfellow's translation of, tion on slavery, 155; list of his

works, 155; visitor to West Point
Davis, Elisabeth, wife of George Ban- and overseer of Harvard, 156; nom-
croft, 105.

inated for Lord Rector of Glasgow
Deorslayer, The, 66, 71, 81.

University, 156; death, 157; char-
Defoe, Poe compared with, 203. acter, 157; criticism of his works,
De Lancey, Susan, wife of James Fen- 160-186; quoted, on Bancroft, 103,

imore Cooper, 67; her family, 75. 109; club meetings in his library,
'Democracy, 480.

418; Holmes's life of, 354.
‘Dial, The,' 153.

Emerson family, 147.
Dickens, Charles, dinner to, in New English Lands, Letters, and Kings,
York, 46; quotation from letter of,

449.
to Longfellow, 228; greeting to, by English Note-Books of Nathaniel
0. W. Holmes, 350.

Hawthorne, 292, 315.
Divine Tragedy, The, 226, 245. English Traits, 156, 173.
*Divinity Address,' Emerson's, 152, Evangeline, 225; metre of, 231; stim-
163.

ulating effect of, on Clough, 232;
Dr. Grimshawe's Secret, 292, 316. popularity of, 240.
Doctor Johns, 441, 448.

Everett, Alexander, influential in Ir-
Dolliver Romance, The, 292, 316. ving's going to Spain, 8.
Doyle, Peter, quoted, on Whitman, 504. Everett, Edward, 102.
Dream Life, 440, 443, 447.

Excursions, Thoreau's, 324, 330, 332.
Drum-Taps, 488, 502.
Duelling, Bryant's farce in ridicule of, Fable, A, for Critics, 456,458, 468.
38.

Fairchild, Frances, wife of William
Dunlap, Frances, wife of James Rus- Cullen Bryant, 38.
sell Lowell, 457.

Familiar Letters, Thoreau's, 324, 326,
Dutch life, Irving's treatment of, 32. 332.
Duyckinck, E. A., 42.

Fanshawe, 288.

Faust, Taylor's translation of, 405, | Gulliver's Travels, Irish bishop's re-
410.

mark concerning, 76.
Ferdinand and Isabella, Prescott's
history of, 127, 131, 132.

Half-Century, 4, of Conflict, 382, 391,
'Fighting parson, the,' 148.

394
Fireside Travels, 459, 474.

Hannah Thurston, 405.
Fiske, John, cited, on Longfellow's Hansen, Marie, wife of Bayard Tay-

treatment of Cotton Mather in The lor, 406.

New England Tragedies, 247. Harlan, James, extract from letter of,
Fitzgerald, Edward, 237.

concerning Walt Whitman's remo-
French and Italian Note-Books of val from government clerkship, 488
Nathaniel Hawthorne, 292, 315.

(note).
Freeman, Edward A., quoted, 31. Harper's Weekly' and

* Harper's
Fresh Gleanings, 439, 443, 444.

Monthly, Curtis's connection with,
‘Frogpondians,' 200.

419, 421, 422.
Frontenac, Count, in the New World, Harrison, Frederic, his criticism of
393.

Evangeline, 251.
Fudge Doings, 441, 445.

Haweis, H. R., 460.
Fuller, Margaret, 153; Emerson's Hawthorne, Nathaniel: his ancestry,

Memoirs of, 156; her attack on 287; boyhood and college life, 288;
Longfellow, 229; schoolmate of his first book, 288; collector of the
Holmes, 338.

Port of Boston, 289; joins Brook

Farm Community, 289; marriage,
Gardiner, John, 124.

290; Surveyor of Customs at Salem,
Garnett, Richard, quoted, on Emer- 290; consul at Liverpool, 291; fail-
son, 185.

ing health and death, 293; his char-
Garrison, William Lloyd, his relations acter, 293; style, 296; criticism of
with Whittier, 257, 258.

his works, 298-317; his refusal to
Gay, Sidney Howard, 42, 456.

write an Acadian story, 240.
Giles Corey of the Salem Farms, 246. Hawthorne family, 287.
Gleanings in Europe, Cooper's, 94. • Haverhill Gazette,' Whittier's con-
Godwin, Parke, quoted, on Bryant, 44.

nection with, 258, 259.
Goethe, Emerson's estimate of, 173.

Headsman, The, 69, 91.
‘Gold-Bug, The,' wins prize, 196.

Heartsease and Rue, 459, 473.
Golden Legend, The, 225, 245, 246.

Heidenmauer, The, 69, 91.
Goldsmith, Irving's life of, 27; refer- Henry, Prince, of Hoheneck, the sub-
ence to his work, 449.

ject of The Golden Legend, 246.
'Graham's Magazine,' Poe's connec- • Heroes, The,' 38.
tion with, 195

Hiawatha, 225; the metre of, 232;
Grandfather's Chair, 289, 300.

popularity of, 240; sources and pur-
Greeley, Horace, his advice to Taylor pose of, 242.

on writing letters of travel, 402. History, The, of the Navy of the
Green, John Richard, quoted, on United States of America, 70, 93.
Motley, 364.

History of the United Netherlands,
Greenough, Horatio, quotation from 362, 369, 373
letter of, to Cooper, 93.

Holmes, Abiel, father of Oliver Wen-
Griswold, Rufus W., 196.

dell Holmes, 337
Guardian Angel, The, 340, 352.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: his ancestry,
Guide, A, in the Wilderness, 66 (note). 337; education, 338; professor at

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