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THE ATLANTIC INDEX A LIST OF ARTICLES, WITH NAMES OF AUTHORS APPENDED, PUBLISHED IN THE ATLANTIC ~IONTHLY, FROM ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN 1857 10 THE CLOSE OF THE SIXTY-SECOND VOLUME N i888 INCLUDING ALSO A LIST OF THE A UTHORS REPRESENTED, WITH THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS ARRANGED ZN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY ~tFbc J~i~ei~ibc J~rr~, ~ambvibije 1889 AR z COPYRIGHT, 1889, B~ HOUGHTON, ~IIFFLIN AND COMPANY~ t The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. S. A. Electrotyped and Printed by H. 0. Houghton & Company.

Preface 3-5

PREFACE. THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY was established in November, 1857, by Messrs. Phillips, Sampson and Company, publishers, Boston. Four volumes, covering two years and two months, were issued by this firm, when the death successively of fViir. Phillips and of Mr. Sampson was followed by a dissolution of the firm, and ne magazine passed into the hands of Messrs. Ticknor and Fields. This firm ontinued to issue it, under the successive styles of Ticknor and Fields, Fields, )sgood and Company, and J. R. Osgood and Company, until the close of the year 873, wheii it became the property of the present proprietors and publishers. Mr. James Russell Lowell was the first editor of the magazine, and continued o conduct it for a few months after its transfer to Messrs. Ticknor and Fields. le thea retired, and Mr. James T. Fields, of the firm, assumed the editorship. n 1866 Mr. Fields associated with himself Mr. William Dean Howells, and rhen he retired from the publishing business in 1871, Mr. Howells became sole ditor, and held the office until the spring of 1880, when he was succeeded by the resent editor, Mr. Thomas Bailey Aldrich. The ATLANTIC has never changed its form, to any considerable degree. The arly numbers carried on the cover a vignette of John Winthrop, the first governor f Massachusetts Bay, but upon the outbreak of the war for the Union this por- ~ait was replaced by the American flag, and after the close of the war the con- ants of the number occupied the same place. The articles, at first, were not gned, the publishers did not publicly announce them, and the table of contents companying each volume did not contain the names of authors annexed to their ~veral contributions. This last practice was begun in the ninth volume, and at e beginning of the twenty-sixth the present custom was adopted of signing each tide with the authors name; but at no time has it been the custom to publish e authorship of the contributions to the editorial departments, though no special .ystery has been made of the authorship of reviews or of opinions in the several ~partments. Reviews of books have formed a special feature from the outset, and in the first ~mmber Mr. Lowell introduced a more personal department called The Round able, but did not continue it after a single issue. In 1872 Mr. Howells organized ~partments covering literature, science, art, politics, music, and subsequently edu- tion, in which he had the special codperation of Mr. Thomas Sergeant Perry in rench and German Literature, Mr. John Fiske in Science, Mr. William Foster pthorp in Music, and Mr. Arthur George Sedgwick in Politics. These depart- ;nts were subsequently discontinued, and the reviews of current literature were ide regular, though unsigned, articles at the close of each number, the practice ing adopted of grouping kindred works, when practicable, in a single article. 3 Preface. For a few numbers also, in 1876, 1877, the experiment was tried of giving origi- nal music accompanying original songs. In 1877 Mr. Howells introduced The Contributors Club, for the purpose of giving freer opportunity for the discussion of opinions or the light fancies of contributors under the shelter of anonymous publication. In 1879 he added to the regular reviews a summary of current publi- cations, with rapid comments, under the title of Books of the Month. An Index to The Atlantic Monthly was published in 1877, covering the first thirty-eight volumes (18571876). It was divided into i. An Index of Articles, which xvas further subdivided into (a) General Articles, (b) Editorial Departments, and ii. An Index of Authors, in which under each authors name in alphabetical oider was given a list of that authors contributions, arranged chronologically. In the present Index, which takes the place of the earlier one and includes the con- tents of twenty-four more volumes, it has been thought advisable, for the sake of simplicity and ease of reference, to discard the former complex system, and bring the entire contents into one list, alphabetically arranged. The general plan has been followed of appending to each article the name of its author in its briefest form. These authors names, however, appear in their proper order, in heavy-face type, and are given in full wherever it has been possible to ascertain the full name, though in a few cases, by special request of the author, only initials have been used. Matrons are distinguished from maids whenever the distinction has been known, and pseudonyms have been translated into auto- nyms. The compiler is obliged to confess, however, that after the most diligent search in biographical dictionaries, library catalogues, college triennials, and similar records of patient, little appreciated labor, and after the expenditure of a great deal of inquisition in correspondence, he has been unable to extend some initials to their full power. Unfortunately the early records of the magazine were not preserved, and two fires successively destroyed books and papers which would have given the clue to bibliographical details. The articles which may be classed as editorial, that is, the reviews of books and the papers contributed to the several departments when these existed, are distin- guished by the prefix of an asterisk. The authorship of these articles is less fully given than that of the general contributions. It has been more difficult to trace the authorship; in some cases the contributions have been slight, and a display of names might have been ostentatious; and in some others the authors desired to remain undeclared. In every case where living authors have expressed a desire to withhold their names, their wish has been respected. The authorship of one group of articles, those contained in the Contributors Club, has been left wholly undisclosed. The reason of this is obvious. The freedom of writers would be impaired if they thought that their veriest trifles or their honest beliefs would sooner or later be charged back upon them. The most considerable laboi in determining the connection of articles and authors was expended upon the Index pnblished in 1877, and in the Preface to that Index the compiler made his acknowledgments to the recent publishers of the magazine, to the successive editors and their assistants, and to various literary gentlemen who from the first took a warm interest in the ATLANTIC. He desires to add his thanks now to those who have further aided him in this new issue. BOSTON, 27 July, 1889. 4 A TABLE SHOWING THE CORRESPONDENCE OF NUMBER, VOLUME, AND PAGE WITH YEAR AND MONTH. 4--- NO VOL Pp YEAR MONTH 1 I 1128... 1857 ... November. 2 129256 December. 3 257384... 1858 .. January. 4 85512 February. S 513640 March. 6 41768 April. 7 769892 May. 8 II 1128 June. 9 129256 July. 10 257384 August. 11 385512 September. 12 513-640 October. 13 641768 November. 14 769OCO December. 15 III 1128... 1859 .. January. 16 129-264 February. 17. 265392 March. 18 393-528 April. 19 529636 May. 20 57780 June. 21 IV 1136 July. 22 137268 August. 23 269396 September. 24 397524 October. 25 525652 November. 26 53-776 December. 27 V 1128... 1860 .. January. 28 129256 February. 29 257384 March. 30 385-512 April. 31 513640 May. 32 641764 June. 33 VI 1128 July. 34 1~9 256 August. 35 7 e .4 eptember. 36 385 51~ October. 37 513 640 November. 38 641 iC 4 December. 39 VII 1 1% . 1861 .. January. 40 1~9 9 6 February. 41 957 3~4 March. 42 ~85 51~ April. 43 513-& 0 May. 44 641 i64 June. 45 VIII 1 1~3 July. 46 1~9 95- August. 47 o7 84 eptember. 48 xe ci October. 49 513 fA3 November. 50 649 776 December. 51 IX 1 V4 . 1862 .. January. 52 VS 979 February. 53 9i3400 March. 54 01 S April. cc 599 6 6 May. 56 657 ~ June. 6 NO VOL PP. YEAR MONTH. 57 X 1128. .. .1862.. July. 58 129256 August. 59 257384 eptember. 60 385512 October. 61 513648 November. 62 49 772 December. 63 XI 1144... 1863 .. January. 64 145-272 February. 65 273-460 March. 66 401528 April. 67 529656 May. 68 57 786 .. June. 69.... XII 1 16 .. July. 70 137 264 ... Aubust. 71 67 460 ... September. 72 401 a36 ... October. 73 537 664 ... November. 74 be 796 ... December. 75.... XIII 1 136 1 64 .. January. 76 137 ~64 .. February. 77 265 399 .. . March. 78 393520 April. 79 521648 May. 80 649-780 . June. 81.... XIV 1-136 July. 82 137264 August. 83 265-392 eptember. 84 93520 October. 85 521648 November. 86 649788 December. 87..... XV 1-128... 1865 .. . January. 88 129256 February. 89 257384 March. 90 85 512 ... April. 91 513 640 .. May. 92 641 t64 .. June. 93.... XVI 1 128 ... July. 94 129 2e6 ... August. 95 2e7 384 ... September. 96 38S 51~ ... October. 97 513-640 ... November. 98 41 764 .. . December. 99 XVII.... 1 1~8 1866.. January. 100 129 2e6 ... February, 101 57 384 . . . March. 102 385528 ApriL 103 529656 May. 104 657780 .June. 105... XVIII ... .1128 July. 106 129-256 August. 107 57384 eptember. 108 385S20 October. 109 521-648 November. 110 649772 l)ecember. 111.... XIX .... 1128... 1867 . . January. 112 129-256 .February.

A Table, showing the correspondence of number, volume, and page with year and month 5-9

A TABLE SHOWING THE CORRESPONDENCE OF NUMBER, VOLUME, AND PAGE WITH YEAR AND MONTH. 4--- NO VOL Pp YEAR MONTH 1 I 1128... 1857 ... November. 2 129256 December. 3 257384... 1858 .. January. 4 85512 February. S 513640 March. 6 41768 April. 7 769892 May. 8 II 1128 June. 9 129256 July. 10 257384 August. 11 385512 September. 12 513-640 October. 13 641768 November. 14 769OCO December. 15 III 1128... 1859 .. January. 16 129-264 February. 17. 265392 March. 18 393-528 April. 19 529636 May. 20 57780 June. 21 IV 1136 July. 22 137268 August. 23 269396 September. 24 397524 October. 25 525652 November. 26 53-776 December. 27 V 1128... 1860 .. January. 28 129256 February. 29 257384 March. 30 385-512 April. 31 513640 May. 32 641764 June. 33 VI 1128 July. 34 1~9 256 August. 35 7 e .4 eptember. 36 385 51~ October. 37 513 640 November. 38 641 iC 4 December. 39 VII 1 1% . 1861 .. January. 40 1~9 9 6 February. 41 957 3~4 March. 42 ~85 51~ April. 43 513-& 0 May. 44 641 i64 June. 45 VIII 1 1~3 July. 46 1~9 95- August. 47 o7 84 eptember. 48 xe ci October. 49 513 fA3 November. 50 649 776 December. 51 IX 1 V4 . 1862 .. January. 52 VS 979 February. 53 9i3400 March. 54 01 S April. cc 599 6 6 May. 56 657 ~ June. 6 NO VOL PP. YEAR MONTH. 57 X 1128. .. .1862.. July. 58 129256 August. 59 257384 eptember. 60 385512 October. 61 513648 November. 62 49 772 December. 63 XI 1144... 1863 .. January. 64 145-272 February. 65 273-460 March. 66 401528 April. 67 529656 May. 68 57 786 .. June. 69.... XII 1 16 .. July. 70 137 264 ... Aubust. 71 67 460 ... September. 72 401 a36 ... October. 73 537 664 ... November. 74 be 796 ... December. 75.... XIII 1 136 1 64 .. January. 76 137 ~64 .. February. 77 265 399 .. . March. 78 393520 April. 79 521648 May. 80 649-780 . June. 81.... XIV 1-136 July. 82 137264 August. 83 265-392 eptember. 84 93520 October. 85 521648 November. 86 649788 December. 87..... XV 1-128... 1865 .. . January. 88 129256 February. 89 257384 March. 90 85 512 ... April. 91 513 640 .. May. 92 641 t64 .. June. 93.... XVI 1 128 ... July. 94 129 2e6 ... August. 95 2e7 384 ... September. 96 38S 51~ ... October. 97 513-640 ... November. 98 41 764 .. . December. 99 XVII.... 1 1~8 1866.. January. 100 129 2e6 ... February, 101 57 384 . . . March. 102 385528 ApriL 103 529656 May. 104 657780 .June. 105... XVIII ... .1128 July. 106 129-256 August. 107 57384 eptember. 108 385S20 October. 109 521-648 November. 110 649772 l)ecember. 111.... XIX .... 1128... 1867 . . January. 112 129-256 .February. Correspondence of Number, Volume, and Page with Year and Month. 113 257384... .1867 March. 114 85512 ApriL 115 513(i40 May. 116 41764 June. .1...... XX 1-128 July. 118 29256 August. 119 257- 384 eptember. 120 385 5l~ October. 121 513640 November. 122 641764 December. 12o XXI .... 1128... 1868 ... January. 124 29256 February. 125 257384 March. 126 85512 April. 127 513640 May. 128 41764 June. 129....XX,I.... 1128 July. 130 29-256 August. 131 257384 eptember. 13 385512 October. 133 13640 November. 134 641-764 December. 135... XXIII ... 1-136... 1869 .. .January. 136 137264 February. 137 265-392 March. 138 393520 April. 139 521648 May. 140 49-772 June. 141... XXIV ... 1-128 July. 142 29260 August. 143 261388 eptember. 144 89516 October. 145 517644 November. 146 645768 December. 147. XXV.... 1-128... 1870.. .January. 148 129-256 February. 149 257384 March. 150 385512 April. 151 513640 . .May. 152 41764 June. 153... XXVI ... 1128 July. 154 129256 August. 155 257384 eptember. 156 385512 October. 157 513640 November. 158 641764 December. 159.. . XXVII... 1144... 1871... January. 160 145272 February. 161 273400 March. 162 401528 April. 163 29656 May. 164 657780 June. 165.. XXVIII.. 1128 July. 166 129256 August. 167 257384 September. 168 385512 October. 169 513640 November. 170 641772 December. 171... XXIX.... 1-128... 1872 ... January. 172 129256 February. 173 257388 March. 174 389516 April. 175 517-644 May. 176 645772 .~une. 177. XXX.... 1128 July. 178 129256 August. 179 257384 September. 180 385512 October. 181 513640 November. 182 41764. . December. 183... XXXI ... 1128... 1873 .. .January. 184 129256 February. 185 257384 March. 186 385-512 .... .April. 6 187 513-640... .1873.. May. 188 641764 June. 189. . ......... 1-128 July. 190 129256 August. 191 257384 eptember. 192 385512 October. 193 513-640 November. 194 41768 December. 195.. XXXIII .. 1128... 1874 ... January. 196 129-256 February. 197 57384 March. 198 385512 April. 199 513-640 May. 200 41-764 June. 201.. XXXIV .. 1-128 July. 202 129256 August. 203 257384 Septemb~. 204 85512 October. 205 513640 November. 206 41764 December. 207... XXXV... 1-128... 1875 .. .January. 208 129256 February. 209 257384 March. 210 385512 April. 211 513640 May. 212 41764 June. 213. ..XXXVI.. 1-128 July. 214 129-256 August. 215 257384 eptember. 216 385512 October. 217 513-640 November. 218 641764 December. 219.. XXXVII.. 1-128... 1876 .. .January. 220 129256 February. 221 257384 March. 222 85512 ApriL 223 513640 May. 224 641-764 June. 225 .XXXVIII.. 1128 July. 226 129256 August. 227 257384 September. 228 385512 October. 229 ... 513640 November. 230 641-764 December. 231.. XXXIX.. 1-128... 1877 ... January. 232 129-259 February. 233 61388 March. 234 89516 April. 235 517644... . May. 236 45-768 June. ~ XL 1128 . July. 238 129-25(i August. 239 257-384 eptember. 240 385-512 October. 241 513640 November. 242 641764 December. 243.... XLI .... 1-144... .1878 .. .January. 244 145272 February. 245 273408 March. 246 409552 April. 247 553-680 May. 248 681812 June. 249.... XLII.... 1-128 July. 250 129-256 August. 251 257384 September. 252 85520 . ... October. 253 521656 November. 254 57780 Decumber. 255... XLIII ... 1128... 1879.. January. 256 129-272 February. 257 273416 . . March. 258 417552 April. 259 .553688 May. 260 . .. .689828 June. Correspondence of Number, Volume, and Page with Year and .Mionth. 261.... XLIV.... 1-128... 1879 . . .July. 262 129272 August. 263 .273416 September. 264 417560 October. 263 561688 November. 266 689 812 December. ..... .. .1...... 1-144... 1880 .. .January. 268 145288 February. 269 289432 March. 270 433576 April. 271 577720 May. 272 721860. .Sup. 24 June. 273... XLVI ... 1144 July. 274 145288 August. 275 289440 eptember. 276 441584 October. 277 83728 November. 278 729-868 December. 279... XLVII... 1144... 1881 .. . January. 280 145-304 February. 281 303-448 March. 282 449-392 April. 283 593-786 May. 284 737876 June. 285 1-144 July. 286.. XLVIII . .143288 .. August. 287 289432 September. 288 433576 October. 289 377720 November. 290 721860 December. 291.... XLIX... 1-144.. .1882 ... January. 292 143288 February. 293 289432 March. 294 433376 April. 293 377720 May. 296 721-860 June. 297 L 1 144 July. 298 14) ~88 . August. 299 ~89 439 September. 300 433 u76 .... .. October. 301 577 ~90 November. 302 721 860 .Sup. 16.. December. 303 LI 1 144 . 1883 January. 304 14~ ~88 February. 303 9 9 439 March. 306 433 ~76 April. 307 5~7 79Q May. 308 71 860 June. 309 LII 1-144 July. 310 145288 August. 311 289-432 September. 312 433-376 October. 313 577-720 November. 314 721860 December. 315. ... LIII .... 1152... 1884 .. .January. 316 133-296 February. 317 297440 March. 318 441584... 1884 .. April. 319 585728 May. 320 729-868 June. 321: ... LIV 1144 July. 322 145-288 August. 323 289432 eptember. 324 433-576 October. 325 577720 November. 326 721860 . December. 327 LV 1144... 1885 ~ . January. 328 145288 . February. 329 289432 March. 330 433-576 April. 331 577720 May. 332 721860 June. 333.... LVI..... 1-144 July. 334 145288 August. 335 289-432 September. 336 433576 October. 337 577-720 .. .November. 338 721860 December. 339 LVII.... 1144... 1886 .. .January. 340 145-288 February. 341 289-432 March. 342 433576 April. 343 577720 May. 344 121-860 June. 345... LVIII ... 1144 July. 346 145-288 August. 347 289432 September. 348 433-576 October. 349 577720 November. 350 721860. .~up. 28.. December. 351.... LIX .... 1-144... 1887 .. January. 352 145288 February. 353 .. .289-432 . March. 334 433 576 . ApriL 355 57i t20 . May. 356 721 860 ... June. 357 LX 1 144 .. July. 358 145 ~88 . August. 350 289 439 . September. 360 433 5 ~o ... October. 361 577 WO . . November. 362 721 860 . . December. 363 LXI .... 1 144 1888 . January. 364 145 88 . . February. 365 9~ 9 439 . March. 366 433-576 April. 367 577720 May. 368 721-860 June. 369 LXII.... 1-144 July. 370 143-288 August. 371 289-432 eptember. 372 433-576 October. 373 577-720 November. 374 721860 December. 7 THE ATLANTIC INDEX. 4-- 7Xote. Titles of articles are set in Roman; names of contributors are appended in Italic; un- der the names of anthors, printed in full in heavy face type, are given lists of their contribu- tions, arranged in order of appearance; aii asterisk [*] prefixed to an article indicates that it is in the form of a review or an editorial article. Names of authors of books reviewed are inciosed in parentheses ( ), whether before or after the title of the book. VOL. PACE Abbe de lEp& , The, L. P. Brock ett 1 700 Abbot, Mrs. Frances Larcom My Fathers Shipwreck 28 144 Abbott, Austin Bissy Brains A Chapter of Lit erary Anecdote 20 570 Abbott, Edward *Foreigu Missions; their Rela.. tions aiid Claims ; History of the Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in India. The same, Hawaiian Islands ; the same, The Oriental Churches (R. Anderson) 40 626 *(Abbott, Jacob) The Florence Stories, F. C. Hoplcinson 5 247 Abbott, Josiah Hale The Discovery of Etherization. .21 718 Abdel-Hassan, B. N. Plumly 5 70 *Abode of Snow, The (Andrew Wilson) 37 502 Abolition of Poverty, The, A. B. Mason 43 602 *Abolition of the State, The (S. Eaghinder), Z. F. Peirce 32 753 Aborigines of California: An Judo- Cisinese Study, S. Powers 33 313 About a Barrel of Lard, T. Norris..34 705 About Magnanimous-Incident Lit- erature, S. L. Clemens .41 615 About Spires, H. Van Brunt... 5 75 About Thieves, G. W. Hosmer 5 409 About Warwick, N. Hawthorne... .10 708 Abraham Davenport, J. C. Whit tier 17 539 *Abt, Franz, New Music by, W. F.Apthorp 30 502 Abuse of Taxation, B. Adams 42 453 Abyssinia and King Theodore, C. Reynolds 21 701 A. C., The Experience of the, B. Taylo1 9 170 Academic Socialism, H. Tuttle 52 200 VOL. PACE Accident, The Value of, C. Collins .25 172 Accidentally Overheard, H. E. Scudder 45 301 Accompaniments, Additional, to Bachs and Rhudels Scores, W. F. Apthorp 42 321 Accomplices, T. B. Aldrich 16 107 Aebmed and his Mare, W. N. Alger 3 289 *Achsah: A New England Life Study 38 244 Across Africa, C. D. Warner 50 165 *Across America and Asia (Ra- phael Pumpelly), J. Fiske 25 382 *~cross the Continent (Samuel Bowles), T. W. Higginson. .. .17 524 Across the Street, T. B. Aldrich... 35 452 Acting of Ingo, On the, N. G. White 48 203 Active Glaciers within the United States, C. King 27 371 *Actors and Actresses (Matthews and Hutton, editors), 0. E. Woodberry 59 421 *Actual State of Things, The, A. G.Sedgwick 29 125 *Adam Bede (George Eliot) 4 521 Ad Amicos, 18291876, 0. W. Holmes 37 314 Adams, Brooks Abuse of Taxation 42 453 Oppressive Taxation of the Poor .42 632 Oppressive Taxation and its Remedy 42 761 The New Departure in the Public Schools 45 408 *The Last State of English Whig gery 47 567 The Embryo of a Commonwealth 54 610 Consolidation of the Colonies.... 55 302 Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. The Reign of King Cotton 7 451 Of some Railroad Accidents .36 571, 736 The Revere Catastrophe 37 92 The Railroad Death-Rate 37 207

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THE ATLANTIC INDEX. 4-- 7Xote. Titles of articles are set in Roman; names of contributors are appended in Italic; un- der the names of anthors, printed in full in heavy face type, are given lists of their contribu- tions, arranged in order of appearance; aii asterisk [*] prefixed to an article indicates that it is in the form of a review or an editorial article. Names of authors of books reviewed are inciosed in parentheses ( ), whether before or after the title of the book. VOL. PACE Abbe de lEp& , The, L. P. Brock ett 1 700 Abbot, Mrs. Frances Larcom My Fathers Shipwreck 28 144 Abbott, Austin Bissy Brains A Chapter of Lit erary Anecdote 20 570 Abbott, Edward *Foreigu Missions; their Rela.. tions aiid Claims ; History of the Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in India. The same, Hawaiian Islands ; the same, The Oriental Churches (R. Anderson) 40 626 *(Abbott, Jacob) The Florence Stories, F. C. Hoplcinson 5 247 Abbott, Josiah Hale The Discovery of Etherization. .21 718 Abdel-Hassan, B. N. Plumly 5 70 *Abode of Snow, The (Andrew Wilson) 37 502 Abolition of Poverty, The, A. B. Mason 43 602 *Abolition of the State, The (S. Eaghinder), Z. F. Peirce 32 753 Aborigines of California: An Judo- Cisinese Study, S. Powers 33 313 About a Barrel of Lard, T. Norris..34 705 About Magnanimous-Incident Lit- erature, S. L. Clemens .41 615 About Spires, H. Van Brunt... 5 75 About Thieves, G. W. Hosmer 5 409 About Warwick, N. Hawthorne... .10 708 Abraham Davenport, J. C. Whit tier 17 539 *Abt, Franz, New Music by, W. F.Apthorp 30 502 Abuse of Taxation, B. Adams 42 453 Abyssinia and King Theodore, C. Reynolds 21 701 A. C., The Experience of the, B. Taylo1 9 170 Academic Socialism, H. Tuttle 52 200 VOL. PACE Accident, The Value of, C. Collins .25 172 Accidentally Overheard, H. E. Scudder 45 301 Accompaniments, Additional, to Bachs and Rhudels Scores, W. F. Apthorp 42 321 Accomplices, T. B. Aldrich 16 107 Aebmed and his Mare, W. N. Alger 3 289 *Achsah: A New England Life Study 38 244 Across Africa, C. D. Warner 50 165 *Across America and Asia (Ra- phael Pumpelly), J. Fiske 25 382 *~cross the Continent (Samuel Bowles), T. W. Higginson. .. .17 524 Across the Street, T. B. Aldrich... 35 452 Acting of Ingo, On the, N. G. White 48 203 Active Glaciers within the United States, C. King 27 371 *Actors and Actresses (Matthews and Hutton, editors), 0. E. Woodberry 59 421 *Actual State of Things, The, A. G.Sedgwick 29 125 *Adam Bede (George Eliot) 4 521 Ad Amicos, 18291876, 0. W. Holmes 37 314 Adams, Brooks Abuse of Taxation 42 453 Oppressive Taxation of the Poor .42 632 Oppressive Taxation and its Remedy 42 761 The New Departure in the Public Schools 45 408 *The Last State of English Whig gery 47 567 The Embryo of a Commonwealth 54 610 Consolidation of the Colonies.... 55 302 Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. The Reign of King Cotton 7 451 Of some Railroad Accidents .36 571, 736 The Revere Catastrophe 37 92 The Railroad Death-Rate 37 207 Adams Agassiz The State and the Railroads .37 360, 691 38 72 The May-Pole of Merrymount 39 557, 686 *(Adams, Francis) Study of the Free School System of the United States, C. B. Mar tin 38 509 *Adarns, John [American States- men] (John T. Morse, Jr.), H. E. Scudder 55 415 Adams, John Quincy, W. Everett 36 196 *Adnms, John Quincy, Memoirs of (C. F. Adams, ed.), W. Everett 39 239 *Adarns, John Qaincy [American Statesmen], H. C. Lodge 49 556 Adams, Nehemiali Orion 21 159 Additional Accompaniments to Bachs and Hijudels Scores, W. F. Apthorp 42 321 ~Addresses and Speeches on Va- rious Occasions from 1869 to 1879 (Robert C. Winthrop), H. E. Scudder 43 681 Address of the Women of England, A Reply to the, H. B. Stowe.. .11 120 Adee, Alvey Augustus Philips Death Cell in the Esco rial 48 136 *Adirondack Stories (P. Deming), S. Kirk 47 281 Adirondacks Verified, The, C. D. Warner . ... 41 63, 218, 343,522,636, 755 Adler, Felix A Prophet of the People 37 674 rAdopted Heir, The (Miss Pardoe). .5 506 Advantages of Defeat, The, C. E. Norton 8 360 Advent Preacher, The, A. D. Greene.25 410 Adventurers and Aciventuresses in New York, J. H. Brown 25 312 Adventures in the Wilderness (W. H. H. Murray), TV. D. Ho ells.23 770 Xdventures of a Lone Woman, J. G. Austin .5 385 Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The (Mark Twain), W. D. Howells. .37 621 2Eneids of Virgil, The (William Morris), H. W. Preston 37 241 ischvlus, The Prometheus of, H. C. Lawtort 62 207, 333 esthetics (Eug~ne V~ron; W. H. Armstrong, trans.), H. Van Brunt 44 161 ;sthetic Value of the Sense of Smell, H. T. Fincic 46 793 2tna, Wintering on, S. P. Lan gleyA6 38 ffinities E. Fawcett 37 726 Afoot on Colorado Desert, S. Powers.26 707 *Africa. The History of Explora- tion and Adventure (C. H. Jones) 36 368 *After All, Not to Create only (Walt Whitman) 29 109 After-Breakfast Talk, An, 0. W. Holmes 51 65 After Election, J. G. Whittier 23 50 *Afterglo~v, W. D. Howells 40 109 After-Life, C. P. Cranch 42 198 *Aftermath (H. W. Longfellow), W. D. Howells 32 622 Afternoon in Holland, An, S. 0. Jewett 50 798 *Afternoons with the Poets (C. D. Deshler), H. E. Scudder ... .45 357 After-Suppers of the King, The, E. T. Johnson 62 596 After Taps, H. B. Sargent . ... 11 566 After the Ball, N. Perry 4 28 *After the Ball and other Poems (Nora Perry) 34 741 After the Battle of the Wilderness. Letters from a Hospital. B. Rollins 37 575 After the Burial, J. B. Lowell.... 21 627 *After the Crucifixion (Guir6me), C. P. (ranch 29 507 After the Fire, 0. W. Holmes 31 96 After the Tornado, P. H. Hagne.. .35 322 After-Thought, An, A. B. Annan. .33 462 *Agamemnon, a Tragedy taken from A~schylus (E. Fitzgerald, trans.), T~ S. Perry 39 736 *Agamenticus (E. P. Tenney), H. W. Preston 42 698 Agassiz, Alexander Mode of Catching Jelly-Fishes. .16 736 Agassiz, Mrs. Elizabeth Cary An Amazonian Picnic. 17 313 A Dredging Excursion in the Gulf Stream 24 507, 571 The Hassler Glacier, in the Straits of Magellan 30 472 A Cruise through the Gallapa gos 31 579 In the Straits of Magellan 31 89 Agassiz, Louis Methods of Study in Natural History. .9 1, 214, 327, 446, 570, 754 10 87, & 5, 571 America the Old World 11 373 The Silurian Beach 11 460 The Fern Forests of the Carbon iferous Period 11 615 Mountains and their Origin 11 747 The Growth of Continents 12 72 The Geological Middle Age. .. .12 212 The Tertiary Age and its Char acteristic Animals 12 333 10 Agassiz Alden The Formation of Glaciers 12 568 Internal Structure and Progres- sion of the Glacier 12 751 External Appearance of Glaciers..13 56 Glacial Period 13 224 The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, in Scotland 13 723 Ice Period in America 14 86 Physical History of the Valley of the Amazons 18 49, 159 Glacial Phenomena in Maine...19 211,281 Evolution and Permanence of Type 33 92 *Agassiz, Louis (E. C. Agassiz), H. E. Scudder 56 848 *(Agassiz, Louis) Methods of Study in Natural History, A. A. Gould 13 131 Agassiz, J. R. Lowell 33 586 Agassiz, A Farewell to, 0. W. Holmes 16 584 Agassiz, Recollections of, T. Lymctn..33 221 Agassizs Natural History, 0. W. Holmes 1 320 Agatha, G. Eliot 24 199 Agnes of Sorrento, H. B. Stowe. .7 513, 641 8 2, 215, 311, 449, 558, 682 9 14, 146, 306, 474 *Agnes Surriage (Bynner), H. E. Scudder 59 418 Agrarianism, C. C. Hazewell.... .. .3 393 Agriculture, Progress in, by Educa- tion and Government Aid, E. W. Hilgard 49 531, 651 Ah, Chasms and Cliffs of Snow, S. 41. B. Piatt 40 547 Ah, Dawn, Delay, C. ill. A. Wins low 44 434 *Aintab, American College at 34 764 Air-Engine, The Great, II. B. Hardina 12 701 *Airs from Arcady and Elsewhere, (H. C. Bunner), U. P. Lathrop...54 118 *Airv Fairy Lilian (M. Argles), H. W. Preston 44 366 Aivazofsky, W. J. Armstrong 54 673 Akers, Charles Sculpture in the United States. .22 558 *Winckelinanns history of An- cient Art (Lodge, trans.). .. .29 631 31 503 *The Architecture cf New Chi cago 30 631 Common Ornament 30 653 Akers, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Chase. (Florence Percy, pseud.) See also Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth Akers. Briwr our Sheaves with us .2 333 Left Behind 3 33 October to May 4 294 Thine 5 685 Two Summers 10 311 Violet Planting 11 675 Spring at the Capital 11 766 In an Attic 12 768 Snow 13 200 Forgotten.. .. 14332 Going to Sleep 15 680 The Willow 16 194 Among the Laurels 17 594 Akers, Paul The Artist Prisoner 4 419 Our Artists in Italy: Hiram Powers 5 1 William Page 7 129 Landscape Art ... 9 162 Akin by Marriage, C. W. Philleo. .. .1 94, 229, 279 Alabama Dispute, Unforeseen Re- sults of the, A. U. Sedywick.. .41 771 Alarm-Bell of Atri, The, H. W. Longfellow 26 1 *Alaska, H. H. Bancrofts History of, U. E. Woodberry 57 691 mAlaska and its Resources (XV. H. Dali), W. D. Howells 26 245 *Alaskas Great River, Along, (Schwatka), G. E. Woodberry .57 693 Albee, John Youth 2 430 *Albert Fleurier (Adolphe Joanne) T. S. Perry 30 370 *Album (lu Touriste, L (J. M. Le Moine) 32 106 *Alcohol, Elimination of, .J. Fiske. .30 506 Alcohol a Food, Is? J. Fiske 30 252 Alcott, Amos Bronson The Forester 9 443 Alcott, Louisa May Love and Self-Love 5 298 A Modern Cinderella 6 425 Debbys D~hut 12 160 Thoreaus Flute ... .12 280 The Brothers 12 584 *(Alcott, Louisa May) An Old- Fashioned Girl 25 752 Alden, Amelia Daley Decoration Day 41 728 Alden, Henry Mills The Eleusinia 4 295; 6 157 *Seven Little People and Their Friends (Scudder) 11 143 *Lectures on Moral Science (Hop kins) 11 269 Pericles and President Lincoln.. .11 382 *Handbook of Universal Litera ture (Mrs. Botta) 11 518 *Spurgeons Sermons, Seventh Series 12 1~9 Thomas De Quincey .12 345 *Dream Children (Scudder) 13 256 11 Alden Alexander Alden, William Livingston Garibaldis Ideas 56 109 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey Pythagoras 5 705 The Song of Fatima 6 297 Pampenca 7 72 P~re Antoines Date-Palm 9 778 An Arab l~Telcome 10 497 The Kings Wine 12 648 Friar Jeromes Beautiful Book.. .14 195 Garnaut Hall 15 182 Robin Badfellow 15 437 Castles 15 622 Accomplices 16 107 At Bay Ridge, Long Island 16 341 Snow 17 364 Miantowona 18 446 The Guerdon 19 227 A Struggle for Life 20 56 The Flight of the Goddess 20 452 A Young Desperado 20 755 Lost Art 25 525 The Friend of My Youth 27 169 Two 28 395 Quite So 29 413 Destiny 29 549 A Rivermouth Romance 30 157 An Untimely Thought 31 102 Marjorie Daw 31 407 *The Woods and By-Ways of New England (Flagg) 31 497 Henry Howard Brownell.. .. ... .31 609 Miss Mehetabels Son . . .31 719 On an Intaglio Head of Minerva 32 165 Frost-Work 32 284 Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriski. .32 385 LEnvoi. Written on the Fly-Leaf of a Reprint of some Early Poems 32 655 Prudence Palfrey... 33 1, 144, 257, 385, 513, 672 Lost at Sea 35 55 A Midnight Fantasy 35 385 Across the Street 35 452 The Pine and the Walnut 35 531 Spring in New England 35 641 Identity 36 11 Sonnets. I. RachelRistori; II. Sleep 36 297 To a Critic 36 534 Sonnets. I. At Stratford on Avon. II. Three Flowers 37 91 Tbe Legend of Ara-CoAi 37 257 A Visit to a Certain Old Gentle man . 37 541 Unsung 37 673 The Night-Wind 38 14 Sonnet: Enamored architect of airy rhyme 38 310 Fable 38 399 Rencontre 38 597 12 Interludes 38 657 From Ponkapog to Pesth 39 19 41596 The Queen of Sheba... .40 1, 174, 257, A Persian Poet 385, 513 41421 *The Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne 41 802 *Prose and Verse of Thomas Moore 41 803 Moonshine 42 150 Our New Neighbors at Ponkapog.43 85 Dobsons Proverbs in Porcelain. .43 774 On Lynn Terrace 44 500 Pepita 45 299 The Stillwater Tragedy.... 45 433, 577, 721; 46 1, 145, 289 Comedy 46 554 The Jews Gift 46 612 Smith. . 47 29 *Mr. Howellss New Book 48 402 *Bartolozzi 50 115 One Woman 51 386 Heredity 51 507 Knowledge 52 515 *The Renaissance of Art in Italy. 53 134 Mar~cbal Niel 53 700 Five Qisatrains 54 20 Two Bites at a Cherry 57 31 The Last C~esar 59 591 The Letter (on the death of E. R. Sill) 59 694 No Songs in Winter 61 245 *A Masque and other Poems (S. W. Mitchell) 61 416 Brownell 61 556 LEau Dormante 61 834 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (with Mrs. Oliphant.) The Second Son.... 59 1, 145,324, 449, 682, 804 60 44, 173, 300, 487, 655, 734 61 57, 165 *(Aldrich, Thomas Bailey) Flower and Thorn, W. D. Howells. .39 90 *Marjorie Daw and Other Peo ple, W. D. Howells 32 625 *Poems, W. D. Howells 18 250 *Prudence Palfrey, W. D. Howells 34 227 *The Queen of Sheba, W. D. *The Story of a Bad Boy, W. D. Howells 25 124 *Aldrichs Fiction, Mr., W. D. How ells 46 695 *Aldrichs Poetry, Mr., E. Fawcett .34 671 Alexander, Barton Stone The Peninsular Campaign 13 379 *Alexander the Great (Aubrey De Vere), TV. D. Howells 34 492 Alfieri American Alfieri, W. D. Howells 35 533 *Alg~bre dOrnar Alkhayy~mi, L (F. Wepcke), T. S. Perry... .39 732 Alger, William Rounseville Achmed and his Mare 3 289 The Utility and the Futility of Aphorisms 11 178 *(Alger, William Rounseville), A Critical History of the Doc- trine of a Future Life, D. A. Wasson 13 253 Alien Sin, F. Al. Brown 46 229 Alkestis of Euripides, The, W. C. Lawton 60 108, 245 Allemagne en 1871, L (Ernest Fey- dean), T. S. Perry 30 371 Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth Akers Spring Miracles 39 568 The Silver Bridge 40 295 A December Night 41 444 Fessendens Garden 42 222 Allen, Grant The Genesis of Genius 47 371 Allen, James Lane Beneath the Veil 56 399 Allen, Joel Asaph *North American Birds (Coues)...31 746 *The Marine Mammals of the Northwestern Coast (Scam mon) 34 496 *Birds of the Northwest (Coues).36 365 Allen, Joseph Henry Port Royal 51 387 Allen, Walter Two Years of President Hayes. .44 190 Allen, Willis Boyd At Chrystemesse-Tyde 60 756 *Allen and Greenoughs Virgil, TV. Eeerett 34 511 All Here, 18291867, 0. W. Holmes 19 323 *(Allibone, S. Austin) A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Au- thors, Vol. I., J. R. Lowell 3 775 Vol. II., W. D. Howells 26 255 Alling, Adelaide Ma Blonde aux Yeux Noirs 37 689 Allison, Francis Ekin Last and Worst 46 49~ *AIl Quiet along the Potomac and Other Poems (Ethel Lynn Beers), G. P. Lathrop 45 839 All Saints Eve, R. T. Cooke 46 739 Alls Well, D. A. Wasson 2 861 *All the French Verbs at a Glance (Alfred Sardon) 35 128 eAlinost an Englishman (M. L. Scudder, Jr.), H. W. Pres ton 43 169 Alone1 E. R. Sill 60 299 Along an Inland Beach, E. M. Thomas 52 380 Along the Hudson River at New York, C. D. Shanly 22 1 *Along the Way (Mary Mapes Dodge), G. P. Lathrop 45 839 *Alpine Flowers and Other Poems (A. C. Prindle), G. P. La throp 45 841 Alpine Home, An, A. Tacchella. ... 25 498 *Alsace (Edmund About), 7. S. Perry 31 243 *Alte und der nene Glaube, Der (David Friedricli Strauss), T. S. Perry 31 367 Amalfi, H. W. Longfellow 35 513 *A Man s a Man for a That, H. W. Preston 45 481 Amateur Supes Story, An, Ii. Keeler.32 77 Amazonian Picnic, An, E. C. Agassiz 17 313 Amazons, Physical History of the Valley of, L. Agassiz 18 49,159 Ambassadors in Bonds, C. Chesebro. .13 281 Amber Gods, The, H. E. Pres cott 5 7, 170 *Ambitious Woman, An (Edgar Fawcett), G. P. Lathrop. 53 710 *Ainerica, Discovery and Conquest of, Collection of Rare and Ori- ginal Documents and Relations concerning (E. G. Squier), C. E. Norton .7 122 America, Ice Period in, L. Agassiz .14 86 *America, Narrative and Critical History of (J. Winsor, ed.), H. E. Scudder 57 555; 59 273 America, Origin of the Name, J. Marcou 35 291 *America and her Commentators (Henry T. Tuckerman) 15 122 America the Old World, L. Agassiz 11 373 American, The, H. James, Jr 37 651 38 15, 155, 310, 461, 535, 641 39 1, 161, 295, 412, 530 *American, The (H. James, Jr.), G. P. Lathrop 40 108 Americana, J. Winsor 57 317 *Americau Annual Cyclopmdia, The (1865) 18 646; (1869) 26 512 American Antiquity, C. L. Brace... .1 769 *Arnerican Architect and Building News, The, Vol. I., W. D. Howells 39 376 *American Baron, The (James Dc Mule) 30 117 *Ameriean Beaver and his Works, The (L. H. Morgan) 21 512 *American Case, The, A. G. Sedywick 29 770 13 American Ames American Civilization, R. W. Emer SOfl 9502 *American Colleges: Their Stu- dents and their Work (C. F. Thwing 43 123 *American Colonial History: Our Early Emigrant Ancestors (Jiotten); The Life of Bene- dict Arnold (Arnold); The Readers Hand-Book of the American Revolution (Win- sor), H. E. Scudder 46 126 *Americai~ Colonies previous to the Declaration of Independ- ence, The (J. A. Doyle), T. W. Higginson 25 759 *An~erican Conflict, The (Horace Greeley), C. Ripley 14 133 *American Consul Abroad, Adven- tures of an (Luigi Monti; Samuel Sampleton pseud) .. .42 252 *American Cyclopmdia, The New. Vol. 1., E. P. Wh~pple... 1 766 Vol. II., E. P. Wh4ple 2 256 Vol. VI 5 121 *Americau Cyclopmdia, The (G. Ripley and C. A. Dana, eds.), Revised Edition, Vols. I. and II 33 113 American Diplomacy, H. T. Tucker- man 22 348 *American Draught-Player, The (henry Spayth) ~ 505 *.~erican Economics : Political Economy; The Financial His- tory of the United States from 1789 to 1860, J. L. Laughlin 52 128 *American Educational Annual, H. W. Preston 35 127 *American Family in Germany, An (J. Ross Browne) 18 771 American Finances from 1789 to 1835, J. W. Kearney.42 284; 44 339 American Flirtation, An, G. D. Lit chfield 54 829 American History on the Stage, H E. Scudder 50 309 American Horticulture 11 482 American Industry in the Census, F. A. Walker.. . 24 689 American in the House of Lords, An, F. Wayland, Jr 12 137 American Iron-Masters Work, The, R. W~ Raymond 40 525 Americanism in Literature, T. W. Nigginson . 25 56 Americanisms, R. G. White... 41 4925, 656 42 97, 342, 619; 43 88, 379, 656 Americanisms, Assorted, R. C. White 44 654 14 Americanisms, British, R. C. White 45 669 Americanisms, Some Alleged, R. C. White 52 792 Americanized European, The, 0. W. Holmes 35 75 American Life, Aspects of, C. D. Warner. 43 1 American Life in France, M. L. Putnam 27 92, 232, 468, 715 28 276 *Americaii Literature, A History of. I. 1607-1676; II. 1677-1765 (Moses Coit Tyler), H. E. Scudder.. 43 405 American Magazine-Literature of the Last Century, A Leaf from the, S. Batchelder, Jr 5 429 American Metropolis, The, F. H. Ludlow 15 73 American Navigation, E. H. Derby. .7 713 American Pantheon, The, C. P. Cranch 32 436 American People, Physical Future of, C. M. Beard 43 718 American Philosophical Society, The, A. H. Wharto 61 611 *Ainericais Poems (H. E. Scudder, ed.), W. D. Howells 45 357 *American Politician, An (F. Marion Crawford), H. E. Scudder 55 130 *American Prose (H. E. Scudder, ed.), W. D. Howells 46 134 American Railways, The Future of, T. C. Clarke 5 641 *American Republic, The (0. A. Brownson), T. W. Higgin son 17 523 *Anierican Revolution, The Read- ers Handbook of the (J. Win- sor), H. E. Scudder 46 129 *American Senator, The (A. Trol lope) 40 509 American Shipping, The Future of, H. Hall 47 166 *American Society of Painters in Water Colors, Seventh Annual Exhibition of the, C. Cook.... 33 504 *American Story Writer, An, C. P. Lathrop 54 131 American Tract Society, The, J. R. Lowell 2 246 *American Wild Fowl Shooting (Joseph W. Long). 35 497 *An~erikanische Skizzen (Knortz), T. S. Perry 39 121 *Am~rique, Les Fran~ais en (Leon Chottean), T. S. Perry 39 382 Ames, Azel A Day with the Shovel-Makers. .26 367 Amiability Arigell Amiability: A Philosophical Trag- edy, E. I. Stevenson 52 522 Among Lowell Mill-Girls : A iRem- iniscence, L. Larcom 48 593 *Among my Books (Lowell), W. D. Howells. First Series 25 757 Second Series 7 493 *Among my Books (Reed) 28 128 Among the Comedians, L. C. Davis. 19 750 Among the Holy Hills (Henry M. Field), C. E. lVoodberry 53 568 Among the Honey Makers, H. E. Prescott 16 129 Among the Isles of Shoals, C. T1iax~er.... .24 177; 25 16, 204, 579 *Among the Isles of Shoals (Celia Thaxter), IT. D. Howells... .32 106 Among the Laurels, E. A. C. Alcers.17 594 Among the Mormons, F. H. Ludlow.13 479 Among the Redwoods, E. II. Sill... 54 813 Among the Ruins, TV. D. Howells. .31 97 Among the Sabine Hills, H. W. Preston 50 450 Among the Sky Lines, H. M. Jack son 49 375 Amo~g the Trees, TV. Flayg 6 257 Among the Workers in Silver, J. Parton 20 729 Amory, Jonathan Ups and Downs of the Bonapartes and Bourbons 27 287 Amours de Voyage, A. H. Clough... 1 419, 536, 667, 784 *Amp~re, Andr& Marie, Journal et Correspondance de, T. S. Perry 30 117 *Ampl~re, Andr& Marie et Jean Jacques, Correspondance et Souvenirs de (1805 ~ 1864), T. S. Perry 36 630 Ampezzo Pass and the House of the Star of Gold, H. ill. Hunt...27 422 Amy Wentworth, .J. C. Whittier.... 10 237 *Anmsthetic Revelation, The (Ben- jamin Paul Blood), W. James .34 627 Analogies, E. Fawcett 34 312 *Anatomie ~t lUsage des Artistes, Pricis d (Mathias Duval), W. P. P. Longfellow 50 123 Anatomizing of William Shake- speare, The, R. C. White 53 595, 815; 54 257, 313 Ancestors, J. T. Trowbridge 43 9~ Ancestral Footstep, The: Outlines of an English Romance, N. Hawthorne 50 823; 51 47, 180 *Ancient America (John D. Bald- win), T. W. Higginson 30 115 Ancient and Modern Greek, W. C. Lawton 56 399 *Ancient City, The (Fustel de Con- langes; Willard Small, trans), J. Cook. . 33 625 *Ancient Classics for English Read- ers, Lucian in (W. Lucas Collins, ed.) 33 238 *Ancient Danish Ballads (Prior), J. R. Lowell 7 124 Ancient Error, An, F. R. Sill 59 667 Ancient Mining on the Shores of Lake Superior, A. D. Hagar... 15 308 *Ancient Society; or, Researches in the Lines of Human Pro- gress from Savagery, through Barbarism, to Civilization (L. H. Morgan), J. Al. Begbee.. .. 40 374 Andante, Beethovens Sixth Sym phony, A. Fields 12 583 Andenken, W. D. Howells. 5 100 Andersens Short Stories, H. E. Scudder 36 598 Anderson, Frank Eustace *English and American Fellow ships 33 635 Anderson, Mrs. Mary E. Poor Marie 32 198 Andersonville, At, L. F. Chollet. ... 15 285 Andes, Over the, S. Chisholm 54 736 *Andes and the Amazon, The (Orton) 26 127 And Joe, L. B. C. Wyman 49 38 And Mrs. Somershain, M. L. Tinclcer.50 488 Andr~, John, and Honora Sneyd, TV. Sargent 6 715 *Andr6, Major John, Life of (Sar- gent), 0. TV. Holmes 28 121 Andrew Rykman s Prayer, J. C. Whittier 11 95 Andrews Fortune, 5. 0. Jewett. ... 48 20 Andrews, Christopher Colum- bus Our Commerce with Cuba, Porto Rico, and Mexico 44 81. Andrews, Ferdinand King Cotton and his Gin 40 188 Andrews, Sidney Three Months among the Recon structionists 17 237 ~7~T0 Lee and his Kinsfolk 25 233 The Gods of Wo Lee 25 469 Israel Bethel Church 32 727 *Angel in the Cloud, The (E. W. Fuller) 29 108 *Angldes Fortune (Andr~ Theuriet; Mary Neal Sherwood, trans.), H. F. Scudder 45 684 Angell, Renry Clay Color-Blindness 26 200 Weak Sight 42 73 Records of W. M. Hunt. . . .45 559, 630, 753; 46 75 15 Anglais Apthorp *Anglais, et llnde, Les (E. de Valbegen) 1 253 *Anglo..Saxon Law, Essays in 43 263 Animal Nature, Studies of, B. Taylor 39 135 Annan, Annie Rankin An After-Thought 33 462 At Sunset 37 328 Love in May 40 48 Recompense 42 283 Dandelion 50 81 *Aniie (C. F. Woolson), H. E. Scudder 50 111 *Aiiii~e Terril4e, L (Victor Hugo), T. S. Perry 30 370 Annesley Hall und Newstead Ab- bey, A. Al. Waterston 13 239 *~pj~exation of Heaven, The: A Little Pilgrim; Beyond the Gates; A Blessed Ghost, H. E. Scudder 53 138 Annexed by the Tsar, W. 0. Stod dard 52 376 ~Annies Daughter, E. L. C. Moulton..35 720 ~Anniua, C. Dunning 53 534 ~Anno Domini, ill. A. Dodge 15 116 Anno Domini, 1860, P. H. Hayne.. .6 228 ~Ann Potters Lesson, R. Terry 2 419 Annual, My; for the Boys of 29, 0. W. Holmes 17 495 ~Annual Obituary Notices of Emi- nent Persons who died in the United States during the Year 1857 (Nathan Crosby) 2 900 ~Annulose Sub Kingdom, Origin of the, J. Fiske 29 638 Antagonism, AL L. Tincker 51 330 #Antelope and Deer of America, The (J. D. Caton), C. E. Per kins 41 401 #Anthem for Good Friday (Dudley Buck) 40 128 #Anthouy Brade (R. T. S. Lowell) .34 749 ~Anthropologie der Naturvblker (T. Waiz), C. L. Brace 7 506 Anticipation, C. A. llopkinson 40 651 Antietam Statue, The, I?. T. Cooke.37 574 ~Antique Pottery and Porcelain Ex- hibited by the Museum of Fine Arts, C. P. Latlirop. .30 499; 31 629 Antislavery Convention of 1833, The, J. G. Whittier 33 166 *Anti-Slavery Measures of the Thirty-Seventh and Thirty- Eighth Congress, History of (H. Wilson), E. P. Whipple. .14 787 Aoede, .1. M. Thompson 37 42 Apart, Fl. 31. Jackson 39 277 Apennine Valley, An, H. W. Preston .51 36 Aphorisms, The Utility and the Fu- tility of, W. R. Alger 11 178 A-Playin of Old Sledge at the Set- tlemint, M. N. Mwfree 52 544 Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage, An, F. Douglass ... 19 112 Appeuzell, The Little Land of, B. Taylor 20 213 *Apple..Blossoms: Verses of Two Children (Elaine and Dora Read Goodale) 43 409 Appledore, J. Weiss 41 223 Appleton, Elizabeth Haven Our Talks with Uncle John 2 291 A Half-Life and Half a Life. . . .13 157 A Venetian Experience 19 674 What Five Years will do 22 525 Appleton, Thomas Gold The Flowering of a Nation 28 316 Appleton, Thomas Gold, 0. W. Holmes 53 848 *Appletons Cyclopmdia of Draw- ing (W. E. Worthen) 2 640 *Appletons Short Trip Guide to Europe (Morford) 22 512 April, E. E. Ford 43 715 April, 11. R. Hudson 21 502 April, H. 31. Jackson 39 467 April Aria, An, U. P. Lathrop. .. .29 596 April Days, T. W. Higginson 7 385 April Days. Extracts from the Journal of, D. Thoreau 41 445 Apthorp, William Foster *The Season (1872) 29 118 *Nilssonin Opera 29 118 *Mrs Moulton 29 120 *New Music 29 120 *~,2\Tachtel 29 247 *The Dolby Troupe in Oratorio. .29 247 *Thouiass Concerts and Wag ners Music 29 248 *New Musical Publications... .29 249 *Gaertners Art of Singing.. . .29 378 *New Songs 29 379 *New Piano Music 29 380 *Op~ra Bouffe in General 29 508 *Offenbachs Music and Success .29 509 *Raffs Symphony in C by the Harvard Musical Association. .29 510 *Thomnss Mignon 29 635 *~jjl0~y5 Beethovens Works .. .29 637 *Improvemeiit in Popular Music .29 763 *New Music 29 766 *New Publications by Emery, Sloper, Perabo, Lysberg, Spin dler, Ketterer, and Boott 30 122 *Stage Elocution 30 248 *Dressing and Mise-en-S& me. .. .30 249 *Ballet 30 251 *The Jubilee 30 376 *New Music by Franz Abt and Others 30 502 *Music and Morals (Haweis) .. .30 625 16 Apthorp Apthorp *Orchestml Music in our Theatres.30 635 *The Season 30 755 *Mario 30 755 *Carlotta Patti 30 756 *Teresa Carreno 30 756 *Rubiiisteiii 30 757 *The Fourth Music Reader... .31 117 Two Morning Exercises (Dud ley Buck) 31 118 *~X~iei~iawski 31 119 *Tiioinass Orchestra 31 247 *Miss Anna Mehlig 31 249 *1\Jrs Charles Moulton 31 249 *Liicca in Opera 31 374 *New Music 31 376 *National College of Music.... 31 376 *Madan~ Rudersdorff 31 505 *Nelson Varley 31 506 *1\liss Liebe ... .31 506 *Paii~es Oratorio of St. Peter.. .31 506 *Receiit Publications 31 630 *Letter from London .32 120 *Perforn~aiice of Paines Oratorio of St. Peter at Portland 32 248 *Concert of the London Wagner Society 32 379 *The Italian Opera in Athens... .32 382 *The Athenian Ballet 32 383 *Characteristic Turkish Music. .32 384 *Tl~e Promises of the Season.... 32 633 *New Music 32 635 *What are the Symphony Con certs for 9 32 756 *As to Piano Stools. .32 759 *Frederic Boscowitz 32 759 *Madame Lucca 33 124 *Ilyna di Murska .... 33 124 *Madame Rudersdorff 33 125 *Signor Tamuberlik 33 126 *Good Opera and High Prices. .33 127 *New Music 33 127 *Gesammelte Schriften und Dich tungen (Wagner) 33 252 *New Music 33 256 *Populai. and Classic Entertain ments 33 380 *Raffs Lenore Symphony in Boston 33 383 *Rmibinsteim~s Ivan der Grausame.33 384 *H~ndels G Minor Concerto.. . .33 384 *Strakoschs Troupe in Boston... 33 509 *Verdis A~da 33 509 *Meyerbeers Iluguenots 33 510 *New Music a~ 512 *Eclectic and Naturalist Schools .33 632 *Sarans Fantasie-Variationen fur das Pianoforte ... .33 633 *Bachs Passions-Musik for the Piano 33 633 *Nexv Music 33 634 *Bunte Bhitter (Ambros) 33 757 17 *New Music 33 759 ~Hiindel and Haydn Triennial in Boston 34 247 *Dudley Bucks Legend of Don Munio, and other Recent Pub lications 34 757 *Musical Education and Popular Concerts 35 122 *Lohengrin by the Strakosch Troupe 35 378 *New Music 35 381 *Schumanns Paradise and the Pen 35 633 *1m~fluence of Music on Health and Life (Chomet) 35 634 *Rjtters History of Music 35 635 *New Music 35 636 *Symphony Concerts by the Har vard Musical Association and by Theodore Thomas 35 753 *The Art-Life and Theories of Richard Wagner 36 253 *New Music 36 256 *Liszts Die Glocken des Strass burger Miinsters 36 377 *The Maid of Orleans (Bennett) .36 380 *New Music 36 382 *Ignorance of Musical Termi- nology in the United States.. .36 634 *New Music 37 251 *Circulating Musical Libraries.. .37 509 *Hans von Bijlows Concerts in Boston 37 510 *New Music 37 512 *Johii K. Paines Symphony 37 633 *Bachs Magnificat in Boston.... 37 633 *Saint Sa~ns Deuxi~me Concerto .37 635 *New Music 37 636 *Wagners Centennial March.... 38 122 *Dndley Bucks Centennial Can tata 38 122 *Pnimmes Centennial Hymn 38 124 *Otto Singers Cantata, The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers.38 252 *Snap Judgment in Musical Criticism 38 377 *Bachs St. Matthew Passion, by the Ililudel and Haydn Society 38 379 *Taiisigs Nouvelles Soirees de Vienne 38 635 *New Music 38 639 *Large and Small Concert Halls. .38 759 *Po~me dAvril and Po~me du Souvenir (Massenet) 38 763 *Webers Compositions in Liszts Editions 38 763 *Anna de Belocca 39 122 *Harvard and Thomas Concerts .39 122 *First Concert at Sanders Theatre, Cambridge 39252 *Madame Essipoffs Concerts. ... 39 253 Apthorp Around *Stainer and Barretts A Diction ary of Musical Terms 39 254 *Chrjs~~p~ Performance of Handels Messiah 39 385 *New Songs 39 386 *Unwarraiaable Liberties of Per formers 39 513 *The Wagner Festival of Music in Boston 40 125 *The Exhibition of the Violin Pupils of the Boston Conserva tory of Music 40 128 *New Music 40 128 An Episode in the Life of an Artist 41 32 Additional Accompaniments to Bachs and Handels Scores... 42 321 Musicians and Music-Lovers... .43 145 Giacomo Meyerbeer 44 444 *The Philosophy of Music 44 683 *Elements of Harmony 44 807 *Music: Melodies Populaires de Grbce et dOrient; Souvenirs dnne Mission Musicale en Grbce et en Orient; Confer- ence sur la Modalit~ dans la Musique Grecque 46 410 *Challoi~ers History of Music.. .47 431 Aquarium, My, A. R. (oggeshall. . .1 426 Aquarium, The, D. If. Cheever 8 322 *Aquarium, The (P. H. Gosse) 2 253 *Arabian Days Entertainments.... 3 133 Arabian Learning, The Rise of, E. Hun gerford 58 539 *Arabs and the Turks, The (Edson L. Clark), T. S. Perry 39 117 Arab Welcome, An, T. B. Aldrich. .10 497 Arachne, R. T. Cooke 47 334 *Ararat, Transcaucasia and (James Bryce), T. S. Perry 42 583 Arbutus, The, H. Al. Jackson 53 622 Archmology, T. Wharton 46 501 Archbishop and Gil Bias, The, 0. W. Holmes 46 05 *Arch~ologie Grecque, Manuel d (Max Collignon), W. P. P. Longfellow 50 121 Archer, William Wharton Lazarus Martn, de Cullud Lieyer .59 479 Archery, S. E. Wallace 43 717 Architecture, Notes on Domestic, J. B. Gabot 1 257 Architecture, On the Present Con- dition and Prospects of, H. Van Brunt 57 374 *Architectnre for General Students (Caroline W. Horton), C. P. Lathrop 35 632 *Architectiire of New Chicago, The, C. Akers 30 631 18 *Arctic Experiences (E. Vila Blake, ed.), T. S. Perr~, 34 626 *Arctic Researches and Life among the Esquimaux (C. F. Hall).. .16 125 *Arctic Voyages of Adolf Erik Nordenskiold, The, 18581879, T. S. Perry 46 263 Areopagus, F. M. Brown 45 335 Are the Children at Home? M. B. Sanyster 20 557 Are Titles and Debts Property? D. A. Wells 40 347 *Argentine Republic, Life in the (Sarmiento; Mary Mann, tr.), W. D. Howelis 22 374 *Ariadne Florentina (J. Ruskin), H. B. Scudder 42 652 *Ariel and Caliban (Cranch), G. B. Woodherry 59 417 *Aristophanes, An Opportunity for, A. 0. Sedgwick 29 642 *Aristophanes~ Apology (Robert Browning), H. B. Scudder .... 36 493 *Armadale (Wilkie Collins) 18 381 Armgart, M. B. Lewes 28 94 *Armies of Europe, The (Geo. B. McClellan 8 770 Armory, The United States, G. B. Prescott 12 436 Armstrong, William Jackson Over Ilium and Ida 33 173 Aivazofsky 54 673 *Army, Sanitary Condition of the, E. Jarvis 10 463 Army Hymn, 0. W. Holmes 7 757 *Army Life in a Black Regiment (Higginson), W. D. Howells.. .24 643 *Arndt, Ernst Moritz, The Life and Adventures of (J. R. Seeley). .44 411 *Arne (Bjornson), H. B. Scudder. .51 127 *Arnold, Benedict, The Life of: His Patriotism and his Trea- son (Isaac N. Arnold), H. B. Scudder 46 128 *Arnolds, Edwin, Poems, G. P. Lathrop 47 428 Arnold, George Why Thomas was discharged. ... 11 708 Arnold, Matthew, as a Poet, H. IV. Preston 53 641 *(Arnold, Matthew) Essays in Criticism 16 255 *Literature and Dogma, H. IV. Preston 32 108 *Around a Spring (Gustave Droz), H. James, Jr 8 248 Arommnd Mull, ill. S. (ummins. .16 11, 167 Around the Spanish Coast, C. D. Warner 52 257 *Aronnd the World (E. D. G. Prime) 30 115 Arrival Asirvadam Arrival of Man in Europe, The, J. Fiske 49 597 *Art, L, 1877, W. D. Howells 40 112 40 755 1877 42 252 1878, W. D. Howells 43 121 1878 43 543 1885, W. H. Downes 57 133 1886, W. H. Downes 59 703 *Art, A Students Library of: Biblioth~que de lEnseignement des Beaux Arts; Histoire de la Peinture Hollandaise; Man- uel dArch~ologie Grecque; La Mosaique ; Pii~ces dAnato- mie ~ lUsage des Artistes, W. P. P. Longfellow 50 118 Art, English Faith in, E. R. Pennell .61 449 *Art, New Books on: Raphael and Michael Angelo (C. C. Per- kins); Pottery and Porcelain (C. W. Elliott); Pottery and Porcelain in all Times and Nations (Prime); Home In- teriors (E. C. Gardner); Early New England Interiors (Lit- tle), W. H. Bishop 41 720 The Portfolio (P. G. Hamerton, ed.), The History of Art (Liibke), W. H. Bishop 42 26 Art, On the Formation of Galleries of, J. .J. Jarves 6 106 Art, Practice and Patronage of French, S. G. W. Benjamin.... 36 257 Art, The Latest Literature of: 2Es- thetics (V~ron); The Life of J. M. XV. Turner (Hamerton); Art in the House (Jacob von Falke), H. Van Brunt 44 160 *Art, Thoughts about (Hamerton) H. S. Mackintosh 28 126 Art and Wealth, 0. B. Frothingham.50 741 Art Critic, A New, E. Benson 16 325 *Art Criticism, On a Certain Intol- eration in, J. Trowbridge 38 754 *Art Education (Walter Smith), 0. P. Lothrop 30 633 Arthuriad, The, H. W. Preston... .38 129 Art in Engraving on Wood, W. J. Linton 43 705 *Art in Greece (H. Tame; John Durand, trans.), H. S. Ailackin tosh 29 241 *Art in the 1-louse (Jacob von Falke; C. C. Perkins, ad.), H. Van Brunt 44 166 *Art in the Mountains (Blackburn) .27 397 *Art in the Netherlands (Tame; J. Durand, tr.), TV. D. Howells. .27 396 *Artist Biographies (M. F. Sweet ser) 43 491 Artist-Prisoner, The, P. Akers 4 419 *Artists and Arabs (Henry Black- burn), 0. P. Lathrop 33 239 Artists Dream, An, T. W. Higgin son 20 100 Artists in Italy, Our, P. Akers. Hiram Powers 5 1 William Page 7 129 Landscape Art 9 162 Artists Model, An, K. P. Osgood. .43 79 *Artists of the Nineteenth Century, and their Works (Clara Er- skine Clement and Lawrence Hutton) 44 414 *Artists Year, The (Margaret P. Janes), C. E. Woodberry 50 849 *Art..Lif a and Theories of Richard Wagner (Edward L. Burlin- game, trans.), JV. F. Apt~orp. .36 253 *Art Museums, Exhibitions of the, C. P. Lathrop 30 371 Art of being President, gathered from the Experience of Thomas Jefferson, The, J. Parton 32 129 *Art of Singing, The (Carl Gaert- ncr), W. F. Apthorp 29 378 *Arts au Moyen Age at ~ lEpoque de la Renaissance, Las (Paul Lacroix), T. S.Perry 35 372 *Art School in Boston, A New.... 38 758 ~ Schools of Mediseval Chris- A tendom, The (A. C. Owen; John Ruskin, ad.), T. S. Perry .39 378 *ArtThoughts (Jarves), C. P. Cranch 25 252 Art to Nature, On the Relation of, .J.E. Cabot 13 183,313 *Art Tour to Northern Capitals of Europe, An (J. Beavington Atkinson), G. P. Latitrop 34 111 Aryan homestead, The, E. P. Evans 57 633 *A..Saddle in the Wild XVest (William H. Rideing), T. S. Perry 44 652 Asathors Vengeance; or the Moun- tain-Taken Maid, H. H. Bogesen.35 345 Asbury, Alice Wagner and the Pianist Von Bii low 29 140 *Ascension, Six Months in (Mrs. Gill) 43 (383 Ascent of Takhoma, The, H. Stevens .38 513 Asham, Hills of, J. Scofield 45 759 *Ashango..Land, A Journey to (Du Chailin) 20 122 *Asia, Frozen: A Sketch of Modern Siberia (Charles H. Eden), T. S. Perry 46 264 Asirvadam the Brahmin, J. W. Palmer 2 79 19 As Austin *As it May Happen (Trebor), H. 1 Preston 43 751 *Asit Wa.s Wrritten (Sidney Luska), H. E. Scudder 57 260 *Aspasie de Milet (L. Becq de Fon- qui~res), T. S. Perry 29 629 Aspects of American Life, C. D. Warner 43 1 Aspects of Culture, R. W. Emerson .21 87 Aspects of the Pines, P. H. Hayne .30 351 Aspern Papers, The, H. ......... 61 296, 461, 577 Aspromonte, T. W. Parsons 25 614 Assassination, C. C. Hazewell 16 85 Assembly Chamber at Albany, The Decorations of the New, H. Van Brunt 43 633 Assisted Fate, A Story of, F. B. Stockton 55 58 *Assommoir, L (Emile Zola), T. S. Perry 39 761 *Assyrian Discoveries (Geo. Smith) .37 121 Asters, E. Fawcett 40 709 Astrma at the Capitol. Abolition of Slavery in the District of Co- lumbia, 1862, J. G. Whittier.. .9 776 Astrology, Modern, A Chapter of, W. L. Stone 27 201 *Astronoinical Engravings from the Observatory of Harvard Col lege 36 754 *Astronomy of the Bible, The (0. M. Mitchel) 12 133 Asylum for Aged and Decayed Punsters, A Visit to the, 0. W. Holmes 7 113 Atalanta, I. AL Thompson 33 615 At Alfred de Mussets Grave 62 834 At Bay Ridge, Long Island, T. B. Aldrich 16 341 At Bents Hotel, E. W. Bellamy. ... 53 631 At Canterbury, H. W. Preston.... 48 813 Athenian and American Life, J. Fiske 34 551 *Athenian Ballet, The, W. F. Ap Ihorp 32 383 Athens, In, W. C. Lawton 60 348 Athleticism in England, The Prom- inence of, A. G. Bradley 49 92 Atkinson, Edward Taxation no Burden 10 115 Free Trade Revenue Reform.. 28 460 The Visible and the Invisible in Protection 29 212 An Easy Lesson in Money and Banking 34 195 The Righteousness of Money Making 34 686 The Unlearned Professions 45 742 The Rapid Progress of Commu nism 49 829 20 Atlanta, The Battles about, 0. 0. Howard 38 385, 559 Atlantic Cable, The New, 0. B. Prescott 10 604 *Atlantic Essays (Higginson), W. D. Howells 28 639 *Atlantic Telegraph, History of the (H. M. Field) 18 647 Atlantic Telegraph, The First, E. Spencer 7 170 *Atlas of North America (Black).. .2 900 At Last, J. 0. Whittier 49 374 *At Last (Charles Kingsley)... .. .28 378 At My Enemys Gate, J. T. Trow bridge 34 174 At Parting, A. B. Grote 37 371 At Port Royal, 1861, J. G. Whittier.9 244 *A Travers les Etats Unis (ide Vicomte dHaussonville), H. C. Lodge 51 556 At Rydal, J. T. Fields 24 506 At Sea, J. T. Trowbridge 3 69 At Sunset, A. B. Annan 37 328 At Syracuse, H. T. Tuckerman... .10 569 Attempt on the Presidents Life, The,E.L.Godkin 48395 At the Gates of the East, C. D. Warner 36 523 At the Saturday Club, 0. W. Holmes 53 68 At the Sign of the Savage, W. D. Howells 40 36 *At the Sign of the Silver Flagon (B. L. Farjeon) 35 627 At the Summit, 0. W. Holmes 50 164 At the Window, J. M. Thompson.. .31 461 At Variance, C. W. Bronson 58 16 Aubanel, Theodore, A Modern Pro- ven~al Poet, H. W. Preston.. .34 385 *(Aubanel, Theodore) La Mion- grano Entreduberto, F. B6cher.7 372 Anerbach, Berthold, T. S. Perry... 34 433 Auf Wiedersehen, In Memory of J. T. F., II. W. Longfellow. .. .47 876 August, H. M. Jackson 38 225 August Pastoral, An, B. Taylor... .24 470 August Sailing, H. Everett 42 366 *Aulnay Tower (B. W. Howard), H. E. Scudder 56 558 Aunt Judy, J. W. Palmer 18 76 Aunt Rosys Chest, K. F. Dana... .30 322 Aunty Lane, H. M. Jackson 49 610 Aurora Borealis, The, G. B. Pres cott 4 740 *Aus einer Kleinen Stadt (Gustav Freytag), T. S. Perry 47 575 Au S~rieux, E. W. Olney 46 329 Austen, Jane, A. M. Waterston . .. .11 235 Austin, Mrs. Jane Goodwin The First and the Last 4 614 Cullet 14 304 Austin Bach Adventures of a Lone Woman.. 15 385 Rags 19 364 Golden Chains 19 708 Kings Crowns and Fools Caps. .22 428 Calebs Lark 22 652 Highly Explosive 26 527 Behind the Convent Grille 33 530 *(Austin, Jane Goodwin), Fairy Dreams, or Wanderings in Elfiand 5 124 Austin, W. 3. Who is Roebuck 9 12 388 Austria, The Fall of, C. C. Haze- well 18 746 *Aus Wisconsin (Konrad Krez), H. H. Bogesen 36 371 Author of Charles Auchester, The, H. E. Prescott . .9 763 Authors, Memories of, S. C. and A. Al. Hall 15 97, 213, 330, 477 Authorship in America, H. E. Scudder 51 808 Authors Night, .J. T. Trowbridge. .30 144 *Autobiographical Recollections (Leslie), J. I?. Lowell 6 373 Autobiographical Sketches of a Strength-Seeker, C. B. Win- ship 9 102 *Autobiography (John Stuart Mill), A. C. Browne, Jr 33 489 *Autobiography, An (Anthony Trol- lope), H. E. Scudder 53 267 *Autobiography, Correspondence, etc., of Lyman Beecher, D. D. (Charles Beecher ed.), Al. A. Dodge 15 631 *Autobiography of a New England Farm House, The (N. H. Cham berlain) 15 255 Autobiography of a Quack, The, S. W. Mitchell 20 466, 586 Autobiography of a Shaker, F. W. Evans 23 415,593 *Autobiographyof Benjamin Frank- lin (John Bigelow, ed.), W. D. Howells 22 126 *Autobiography of Dr. Alexander Carlyle, J. T. Fields 7 249 Autocrat gives a Breakfast to the Public, The, 0. W. Holmes 2 889 Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, The, 0. W. Holmes .... 1 48, 175, 312 457, 614, 734, 871 2 102, 234, 360, 496, 619 Autocrats Landlady, A Visit to the, By the Special Reporter of the Oceanic Miscellany, 0. W. Holmes 2 738 Autuiimal, C. L. Walker 22 651 *Autumnal Catarrh (M. Wyman), J. Fiske 30 760 21 Autumnal Poems, E. Fawcett, M. J. Jacques, and C. L. Cleave- land 40 584 Autumnal Tints, H. D. Thoreau.... 10 385 Autumn Days (To M. F. F.), W. Howitt 37 426 Autumn Song, F. Willson 18 746 Autumn Song, An, E. Fawcett 20 679 Autumn Walk, My, W. C. Bryant. .15 20 Avalanches, H. M. Jackson 44 106 Aye, 0. W. Holmes 54 456 *Avenger, The, a Narrative, and other Papers (Dc Quincey) 3 773 Averill, Anna Boynton Why9 29709 Youth and Age 30 49 *Avolio and other Poems (P. H. Hayne) 5 123 Avril, L. H. Frechette 43 715 *Ayrton, Mr., and Dr. Hooker, J. Fiske 30 507 *Azarian (Harriet E. Prescott), T. W. Higginson 14 515 Babd and Babf, Maiden, Wife, and Mother in Hindustan, J. JJJ Palmer 29 286 Babcock, William Henry The Patent Office, and how to Repair its Losses 41 158 The Future of Invention 44 137 *Babolain (Gustave Droz) T. S. Perry 30 495 Babson, Joseph Edward Charles Lambs Uncollected Writings 11 529; 12 401 14 478, 552 On a Late Vendue 14 400 On a Pair of Spectacles 21 534 Master Treadwell 25 699 The New English Edition of Lambs Works 27 745 The Kitchen Common-Sense .31 78 *Mary and Charles Lamb: Poems, Letters, and Remains.. 34 107 *Baby Rue 48 564 Bacchus, F. D. Sherman 56 44 Bach, John Sebastian, J. S. Dwight.55 640 Bachs and Handels Scores, Addi- tional Accompaniments to, W. F. Apthorp 42 321 *Bachs Magnificat in Boston, Re- cent Performance of, W. F. Apthorp 37 633 *Bachs Passions-Musik for the Piano, W. F. Apthorp 33 633 *Bachs St. Matthew Passion, by the Handel and Haydn Society, W. F. Apthorp 38 379 Bachs St. Matthew Passion Music, H. C. Cone 55 185 Bache Barbarism *Bache, Alexander Dallas, Address in Commemoration of (B. A. Gould) 23 644 *Backlog Studies (Charles Dudley Warner), W. D. Howells 31 494 Backus, Elizabeth Welch On Latmos: A Midsummer Nights Dream 44 300 Bacon, Edgar Mayhew Daisys Fortune Telling 43 715 Zenas Smiths Ride to Roxhury. .59 40 Bacon, E. P. Whipple 22 476, 573 *Bacon, Francis, An Account of the Life and Times of (James Spedding) 43 542 *Bacon, Francis, The Works of (Spedding, Ellis, and Heath). .3 514 *Bacon, Lord, Personal History of (Dixon), E. P. Whipple 7 246 *Bacon, Lord, The Works of 6 762 Bacon-Shakespeare Craze, The, 1?. G. White 51 507 *Bacons, Henry, Picture of the Boston Boys Petition to Gen- eral Gage, 0. P. Lathrop 37 508 *Bacon, Rogeri, Opera, C. E. Nor ton 6 746 Bacon, Theodore The Claudian Emissary 19 465 A Gothic Capital 22 711 The End of the War 47 391 Bacon, Thomas Rutherford Deus Immanens 42 452 *Bacons Dictionary of Boston, H. E. Scudder 58 559 Baddeck and that Sort of Thing, C. D. Warner.33 36,183,301,453,576 *Baddeck and that Sort of Thing (Charles Dudley Warner), W. D. Howells 33 748 Badeau, Adam The Representative Art 5 687 The Intellectual Character of General Grant 23 625 Bad Symptoms, E. Spencer 17 768 *Baedekers Handbooks for Travel- ers (Karl Baedeker), W. D. Howells 35 737 Bagby, George William Washington City 7 1 Bag of Meal, A, S. J. Prichard 7 670 Baird, Henry Carey Money and its Substitutes 37 345 Baker, Mrs. Julie Wetherill (Julie K. Wetherill, pseud.) Not Mute, but Inglorious 54 392 Francesca to Paolo 54 594 Barter 57 90 When All is Said 60 43 Baker, William Munford The Red Hand 27 221 22 Red Reminiscences of the South west 29 657 Mose Evans .33 44,205, 324,464,597,714 Merely a Mirror 35 576 Balders Wife, A. Gary 25 304 Balearic Islands, A Visit to the, B. Taylor 20 680; 21 75 Ball, Benjamin West Olympus and Asgard 3 1 A Ramble through the Market. .17 268 Womans Rights in Ancient Athens 27 273 The Early Dead 37 735 Ballad of Carmilhan, The, H. W. Longfellow 29 389 Ballad of Christopher Ashe, The, R. T. Cooke 43 283 Ballad of Pentyre Town, 0. R. Tomson 59 769 Ballad of the Boston Tea-Party, A, 0. W. Holmes 33 219 Ballad of the French Fleet, A, H. W. Longfellow 39 446 *Ballads and Lyrics (H. C. Lodge, ed.), W~ D. Howells 46 134 *Ballads and Other Poems (Tenny- son), 0. P. Lathrop 47 425 *Ballads and Sonnets (Dante Gabriel Rossetti), G. P. La throp 49 119 *Ballads of New England (Whit- tier), W. D. Howells 24 767 *Ballet, The, W. F. Apthorp 30 251 *Balzac (Edgar Evertson Saltus), G. P. Lathrop 53 850 Balzac, Honor~ de, 0. F. Parsons. .57 834 *Balzac, H. de, Correspondance de 18191850, T. S. Perry 39 637 *(Balzac, Honor~ de) Sketches of Parisian Life; The Greatness and Decline of C~sar Birotteau .6 637 Bancroft, George The Place of Abraham Lincoln in History 15 757 *(Bancroft, George) History of the Constitution, H. C. Lodge. .50 274 *History of the United States. Vol. IX., G. S. Hillard.... 18 765 *History of the United States of America. Centenary Edition, C. P. Latkrop 39 380 *Bancrofts (Hubert H.) Native Races of the Pacific States, C. King 35 163 Banneker, Benjamin, The Negro Astronomer, 31. D. Conway. .. .11 79 Baptism of Fire, J. C. R. Dorr.... 58 782 Barbara Frietchie, J. 0. Whittier. .12 495 Barbaras Duty, C. Chesebro 31 54 Barbarism and Civilization, T. W. Higginson 7 51 Barbauld Bay *Barbauld, Anna Lmtitia, Memoir of (Grace A. Ellis) 34 232 Bardic Symbols, W. Whitman 5 445 *Barlow, Joel, Life and Letters of (Todd), H. C. Lodge 58 275 Baron of St. Castine, The, H. W. Longfellow 29 332 Barr, Mrs. Amelia Edith Shakespearean Operas 49 461 The Biography of Two Famous Songs 51 769 *(Barrau, Theodore H.) Histoire de la Revolution, 17891799 1 254 Barrow, George Half-Way 26 205, 347 Barrows, Samuel June The Northwestern Mule and his Driver 35 550 The Silk Industry in America. . .46 614 A Diplomatic Episode 56 339 Barry, John S. Old Trees 34 676 *Barrys Portrait of Whittier, W. J. Stiliman 3 653 Barter, J. W. Raker 57 90 Bartlett, Alice A Weeks Ridino~.. 20 200 Bartlett, Mrs. Cara de la Mon- tagine The Mummy 60 225 *(Bartlett, John Russell) Dictionary of Americanisms, J. R. Lowell. .4 638 Bartlett, William Francis, J. G. Whittier 41 330 *Bartlett, William Francis, Memoir of (F. W. Paifrey), W. D. Howells 41 801 Bartol, Cyrus Augustus To William Lowell Putnam 10 211 The Preachers Trial 11 206 Sympathetic Lying 12 732 *(Bartol, C. A.) The Church and the Congregation 2 128 *Bartolozzi, Francisco, R. A., A Biographical and Descriptive Account of (Andrew ~V. Tuer), T.B.Aldrich 50115 *Bastians Experiments in Spon- taneous Generation, J. Fiske. .29 121 Batchelder, Samuel, Jr. A Leaf from the American Maga.. zinc-Literature of the Last Century 5 429 Bates, Arlo A Shadow Boat 50 559 To my Infant Son ... 61 496 Bates, Charlotte Fiske Risk 25 198 Reproof 30 303 Beyond 31 145 Winter Epithalamium 33 341 Dreams 34 78 The Beautiful Womans Wish... 36 735 Presage 45 774 Love and Death 49 329 The Night-Blooming Cereus. .. .56 768 The Clue 59 107 Bates, Mrs. Harriet L. (Eleanor Putnam, pseud.) Old Salem Shops 54 309 A Salem Dame-School 54 53 Salem Cupboards 57 220 Bates, Katharine Lee Sleep 44 451 Bates, William 0. Glamour 44 34 Bath, The, B. Taylor 8 280 Battle Autumn of 1862, The, .J. G. Whittier 10 510 Battle Hymn of the Republic, J. IT. Howe 9 145 Battle Laureate, Our, 0. W. Holmes .16 589 Battle of Bunker Hill, The, H. E. Scudder 30 79 Battle of Lake George, The, F. Parkman 54 444 Battle of Lepanto, The, W. H. Pres cott 1 138 Battle of the Wilderness, After the, Letters from a Hospital, R. Rollins 37 575 *Battle..Pieces and Aspects of the War (Herman Melville), W. D. Ilowells 19 252 Battles about Atlanta, The, 0. 0. Howard 38 385, 559 Baudelaire, E. Fawcett 36 703 Baudelaire, Charles, Poet of the Malign, E. Benson 23 171 Baxter, Sylvester October Days 36 463 The Stage in Germany 42 177 Fleeting Youfh 43 716 The Forestry Work of the Tenth Census 48 682 *Recent Dramatic Literature: French Dramatists of the Nineteenth Century; Edwin Forrest; The Jeffersons 49 273 *The Mendelssohn Family 49 562 *Yedders Drawings for Omar Khayymlrns Rubmiiymit (with J. B. Millet) 55 111 A Plunge into Summer 55 309 A Mexican Vacation Week 56 45 Baylor, Frances Courtenay Table Talk 51 832 In the Old Dominion 52 242 *(Bayne, Peter) Essays in Biogra phy and Criticism 1 122 Bay of Seven Islands, The, J. 0. Whittier 49 145 23 Bay Beneath *Bay of Seven Islands, The (John G. Whittier), H. B. Scudder. 52 840 Bay Ridge, Long Island, At, T. B. Aldrich 16 341 *Bazar Book of Decorum, The, W. D. Howells 26 122 Beach-Plum, The, B. S. Forman... 53 758 Beard, George Miller Physical Future of the American People 43 718 *~iiiicl in the Lower Animals in Health and Disease (Lindsay) .46 136 Beaten by a Giaour. H. 0. Dwight. .54 79 *Beaten Paths (Ella Thompson). .34 233 Beatrice, .1. R. Lowell 2 58 *Beatrice Cenci, a historical Novel of the Sixteenth Century (Guerrazzi), J. R. Lowell 1 638 *Beatrix Randolph (Julian Haw- thorne), G. P. Lathrop 53 711 *Bcattie, James, The Poetical Works of. Riverside Edition, T. SPerry 46 810 Beaumarchais, ill. E. McKa ye. ... 50 639 Beaumont and Fletcher, Massinger, and Ford, B. P. Wh~pple 21 176 *Beauregard, General, J. C. Ropes .53 531 Beautiful Womans Wish, The, C. F. Bates 36 735 Beauty, J. T. Trowbridge 1 575 Beauty and the Beast: A Story of Old Russia, B. Taylor 17 13 *Bcauty and the Beast: and Tales of Home (Bayard Taylor). ... 29 751 Beauty at Billiards, E. H. House. .. .4 734 Beauty of Trees, W. Flagg 21 641 *Bcautys Daughters, H. B. Scud der 46 834 *Becket (Tennyson), 0. B. Wood- berry .55 565 Bedlams of Stamboul, The, W. Goodell 28 527 Bee and the Rose, The, A. Fields. .23 187 Beecher, Henry Ward, T. Parker. . .1 862 Beechers, Henry Ward, Church, f. Parton 19 38 *(Bcecher, Henry Ward) Eyes and Ears, Al. A. Dodge 10 765 *Lecture Room Talks, H.James.26 118 *Royal Truths 18 645 rBcecher, Lyman, Autobiography, Correspondence, etc., of, Al. A. Dodge 15 631 Beer-Drinking, Head-Quarters of, A. Ten Broeck 14 185 ~eers, Henry Augustin The Rising of the Curtain 47 206 I~eethoven, C. Thaxter 31 470 .~eethoven 0. Wister 49 242 ~ecthoven: His Childhood and Youth, A. W. Thayer 1 847 *Beethoven, Ludwig van, Leben und Schaffen,A. W. Thayer... .5 364, 497 *Beethovens Werke fur Piano- forte Solo von Op. 53 an (Hans von Bulow), W. F. Apthorp... 29 637 Before Dawn, M. Thompson 47 381 Before Sunrise, C. Thaxter 29 47 Before Sunrise in Winter, B. R. Sill 57 507 Before the Curfew, 0. 1 Holmes. .49 386 *Before the Curfew and Other Poems, Chiefly Occasional (Holmes), 0. B. Woodberry.. .62 123 Before the Gate, W. D. Howells. ... 24 176 Before the Prime, K. P. Osgood..38 91 Before the Wedding, A. D. Greene .30 685 Before Vicksburg, May 19, 1863, 0. H. Boker 14 371 Beginning of the End, The, A Greeting for the New Year, C. C. Hazewell 13 112 *Bcginnings of Christianity, The (George P. Fisher), H. B. Scudder 46 270 *Beginnings of Life (Bastian), .1. Fiske 31 633 Beginnings of the American Revo lution, J. Fiske 61 398 *Behiiid the Bars 31 747 Behind the Convent Grille, J. 0. Austin 33 530 Behind the Mask, A. D. T. Whitney.7 360 Behind the Scenes, C. W. Stoddard.34 527 *Behind the Scenes (Elizabeth Keckley) 22 128 *Being a Boy (C. D. Warner), W. D. Howells 40 763 *Bclcard (Vernon Lee), H. W. Preston 55 224 Be Like the Sun, C. A. Mason 43 717 Bellamy, Edward The Blindmans World 58 693 At Pinneys Ranch 60 777 Bellamy, Mrs. Elizabeth Whit- field At Bents Hotel 53 631 *Belle and the Boys (Caroline Fair- field Corbin), H. E. Scudder. .45 129 *Belle Brittan on a Tour; at New- port, and Here and There 2 638 Bellows, Henry Whitney Cities and Parks : with special reference to the New York Central Park 7 416 Bells of Lynn Heard at Nahant, The, H. W. Longfellow 17 47 Bells of San Blas, The, H. W. Lou g~ fellow 50 42 *Belocca, Anna de, W. F. Apthorp. .39 122 Beneath Her Window, C. II. Shinn .40 668 Beneath the Veil, ,J. L. Allen 56 399 24 Ben-Hur Biographies *Benllisr: A Tale of the Christ (Law Wallace), H. E. Scudder .47 710 Benj anijil, Samuel Green Wheeler Practice and Patronage of French Art 36 257 Teneriffe 39 330 Portugal and the Portuguese.. .40 539, 659 Historic Points at Fort George Island 60 699 Unpublished Letters of Franklin to Strahan 61 21 Benjamin Jacques, P. Deming 35 699 Benson, Eugene A New Art Critic 16 325 The Old Masters in the Louvre, and Modern Art 21 111 Th~ophile Gautier 21 664 Modern French Painting 22 88 Notre Dame and the Advent of Gothic Architecture 22 212 Foreign Faces 22 545 A Literary Gourmand 23 15 Charles Baudelaire, Poet of the Malign 23 171 French and English Art Writers .24 119 French and English Illustrated Magazines 25 681 A Modern Religious Painter.... 30 483 A Study of De Stendhal 40 290 Bentham, Jeremy, J. Neal 16 575 Benton, A Reminiscence of, W. C. Todd 26 362 B6ranger, Sainte-Beuve (J. R. Lowell, trans.) 1 469 Bergen Days, H. M. Jackson 47, 770 *Berlioz, Hector, Correspondance In~dite, 18191868, T. S. Perry 43 825 *Berlioz, Hector. Selections from his Letters, etc. (W. F. Ap- thorp, trans.), A. J. Mundy... 45 699 Bermudian Days, J. C. R. Dorr. ... 52 778 Bernhardt, Sara, R. G. White 47 95 *Berries of the Brier (Bates), G. E. Woodherry 59 409 Best, R. Terry 31 321 Best, The, F. L. Bushnell 32 318 Bethel, A. J. H. Duganne 10 345 Bethnal Green Museum, The, H. James, Jr 31 69 Betrothal, E. Fawcett 43 716 Betrothal by Proxy: A Romance of Genealogy, J. P. Quincy 11 420 *Betsy Lee 32 240 Between Europe and Asia, B. Tay lor 15 8 Between Spring and Summer (A Birthday Poem, with Roses), J. P. Clarke 8 119 Beyond, C. F. Bates 31 145 Beyond, J. T. Trowbridge 16 744 Beyond Recall, M. E. Bradley 35 363 *Beyond the Gates (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps), H. E. Scudder 53 138 Bianciardi, Mrs. Elizabeth Dick- inson Rice A Florentine Family in the Fif- teenth Century 48 672 Life in Old Siena 51 782 A Pisan Winter 53 320 The Haunts of Galileo 54 91 Bible in the Nursery, The, Mrs. E. A. Walker 45 775 *Bible in the Public Schools, The, H. James 25 638 *Bibliographical Guide to American Literature (Trubuer), J. R. Lowell 3 777 *Bibliographical Rarity, A, 0. E. Woodberry 54 422 *Bibliotheca Canadensis (Henry J. Morgan) 21 510 *Biblioth~que de lEnseignement des Beaux Arts, W. P. P. Long fellow 50 118 Bigelow, Erastus Brigham Modern Improvements and our National Debt 15 729 The Relations of Labor and Capital.... ....... 42475 *(Bigelow, Jacob) Brief Exposi- tions of Rational Medicine, to which is prefixed The Paradise of Doctors, A Fable, 0. W. Holmes 2 763 Big Horn, On the, J. C. Whittier. .59 433 Biglow, Mr., Latest Views of, J. R. Lowell 11 260 *Biglow Papers, The, Second Series, W. D. Howells 19 123 *Bildende Knust in der Gegenwart (Ernest Lehmann) 33 506 *Bilder aus dem geistigen Leben unserer Zeit (Julian Schmidt), T. S. Perry 27 525; 29 114 35 373, 505 Bill and Joe, 0. W. Holmes 22 313 Bingham, Joel Foote Stella Speciosa 38 184 *Biographia Liter~ na (Samuel Taylor Coleridge) 31 109 *Biographies, Recent: The Life of William Ellery Channing Reminiscences of Rev. William Ellery Channing; William Ellery Channing, C. E. Wood- berry 46 570 *Biographies, Some Recent: The Personal Life of David Livino~~ stone; Monsieur Guizot in Private Life, 17871874; The 25 Biography Bishop Life and Correspondence of Sir Anthony Panizzi, K. C. B.; Life and Correspondence of the Right Rev. Samuel Sea- bury; The Life, Work, and Opinions of Heinrich Heine; Sir William Herschel, his Life and Works, G. E. Woodberry .48 411 Biography, The New School of, Al. A. Dodge 14 579 Biography of Two Famous Songs, The, A. E. Barr 51 769 Birchbrook Mill, J. G. Whittier.... 54 637 Birch Browsings, J. Burroughs... .24 14 *Bird and the Bell, The, with other Poems (C. P. Crancli), G. P. Lathrop 37 244 Bird-Gazing in the White Moun tains, B. Torreg 54 51 Bird in the Brain, The, S. M. B. Piatt 38 202 Bird-Life, A Bit of, 0. T. Miller... 56 70 Bird-Lovers April, A, B. Torrey. .55 692 Bird of Affairs, A, 0. T. Miller.... 59 178 Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosea Biglow, J. E. Lowell .9 126, 385 Bird of Solitude, The, 0. T. Miller. .53 753 Bird of the Morning, The, 0. T. Miller 52 644 Bird Reason, Can a, T. ill. Brewer.28 41 Bird-Song, The Genesis of, Al. Thompson 57 613 Bird-Songs, B. Torrey 51 522 Birds, In Behalf of the, T. Al. Brewer 25 257 Birds, Our Winter, M. Treat .... .49 351 Birds, Songs and Eccentricities of, W. Flayg 44 349 Birds, The Life of, T. W. Higgin son 10 368 Birds, The Mission of, T. ill. Brewer .23 405 Birds, Winter, about Boston, B. Torrey 55 160 Birds, With the, J. Burroughs 15 513 *Birds and Poets, with other Papers (John Burroughs), & . P. Lathrop 40 113 *Birds and Seasons of New England (Wilson Flagg), H. E. Scud der 36 623 Birds and their Ways, Our, J. E. Cabot 1 209 Birds-Nest Hunter, Confessions of a, B. Torrey 58 336 Birds-Nests, J. Burrouqhs 23 701 Birds of Ill Omen, A. Young 34 325 Birds of Kiilingworth, The, H. W. Longfellow 12 680 Birds of the Garden aiid Orchard, The, W. Flagg 2 592 Birds of the Night, W. Flagg 4 171 *Birds of the Northwest (Elliot Cones), J.A.Allen 36 365 Birds of the Pasture and Forest, The, W. Ftagg 2 863 Birds on Boston Common, With the, B. Torreg 51 203 Birthday, A, H. P. Spofford 43 58 Birthday Verses, J. .11. Lowell 39 60 Birth-Mark, The, A. D. 12, T. Fullerton 2 412 Birth of the Solar System, A New Theory, J. D. Whelpley 23 221 Bishop, William Henry One of the Thirty Pieces 37 43 Detmold: A Romance 40 732 41 76, 189, 273, 409, 553, 697 *A Journey of an Architect in the Northwest of Europe (Narjoux) 40 757 *History of the Ceramic Art (Jacquemart) 40 758 *China Painting (M. Louise McLaughlin) 40 760 *New Books on Art: Raphael and Michael Angelo (C. C. Perkins); Pottery and Porce- lain (Elliot); Pottery and in all Times and Nations (Prime); Home Interiors (Gardner); Early New Eng- land Interiors (Little) 41 720 The Portfolio (P. G. Hamer- ton, ed.); The History of Art (Lubke) 42 26 Open Letters from New York. .41 91, 236, 353,529, 782; 42 91 An Impressionist at the Paris Exposition 42 585 Pictnres at the Exposition 42 707 Round the World at the Paris Exposition 43 41 The Enience Violin 43 609 The Two New York Exhibitions .43 777 Public Balls in New York 44 35 *The Renaissance in Italy 44 260 Story-Paper Literature 44 383 McIntyres False Face 45 600 Deodand 46 476 ~Nortons Medimval Church- Building 46 854 *Illnstrated Books: A History of Painting, Ancient. Early, Christian, and 1\icdiseval; Drifting; A Dream of Fair Women; Monuments do lArt Antique 46 112 *The Renaissance in France 47 866 The House of a Merchant Prince .49 252, 314, 4(39, (362, 788 50 51, 222, 375, 519, (352, 776 Choy Susan 54 1 26 Bishop Bobolinks The Brown-Stone Boy 55 330 The Golden Justice 57 620, 721 58 27, 145, 289, 474, 628, 721 Bishop of the Fifth Century, A, H. W. Preston and L. Dodge. .62 150 Bishops Vagabond, The, A. French .53 26 Bismarek, Some Traits of, H. Tuttle. 49 149 *Bisninrck, The Life of (Hesekiel; K. R. H. Mackenzie, trans. nnd ed.) 26 252 *Bismarck in the Franco-German War (M. Busch); T. S. Perry .43 823 *Bismarcks, Prince, Letters to his Wife, his Sister, and Others, from 1844 to 1870 (F. Maxse, trans.), T. S. Perry 43 678 Bissell, Mary Luthera Was Reichenbach right 9 24 269 Bit of Bird-Life, A, 0. T. Miller.. .56 70 Bit of Shore Life, A, S. 0. Jewett. .44 200 *Bits of Travel (H. H.) 30 243 *Bits of Travel at Home (H. M. Jackson), T. S. Perry 42 777 *Bitter..Sweet (Holland), J. R. Lowell 3 651 Bittinger, Joseph Baugher The Weaver 36 418 Bjarnason, J6n *Norse Mythology (Anderson). .37 376 *Bjcirnsons Bjdrnstjerne Stories: Synnove Solbakken; Arne; A Happy Boy; The Fisher Maiden; The Bridal March, and Other Stories; Captain Mansana, and Other Stories; Maguhild, H. E. Scudder 51 127 *Bjbrnsons Tales, W. D. Howells. .25 504 Black, Jeremiah S., and Edwin M. Stanton, H. Wilson 26 463 Blackbirds, The, J. B. Greenough. .39 31 Black Christmas at Dix Cove, Mrs. B. Hartley 26 678 Blacknall, Oscar W. (David Dodge, pseud.) The New Departure in Negro Life 52 680 The Free Negroes of North Carolina 57 20 Domestic Economy in the Con federacv 58 229 Black Preacher, The, A Breton Le- gend, J. R. Lowell 13 465 *Black Robes (Robert P. Nevin). .29 752 *Blacks Atlas of North America.. .2 900 Blackwell, Mrs. Antoinette Brown A Plea for the Afternoon 21 385 Blackwood, William, J. Neal 16 660 Blame, James Gillespie Mr. Burlingame as an Orator.... 26 629 Blake, James Vila English Folk-Song 31 129 Blake, William, T. S. Perry 35 482 *Blake, William, Life of, with Se- lections from his Poems and other Writings (Alexander Gil- christ), H. E. Scudder 47 717 (See also Pictor Ignotus) *Blameless Prince and other Poems, The (E. C. Stedman), W. D. Howells 23 647 *Blancs Grammar of Painting and Engraving (Kate Newell Dog- gett, trans.), G. P. Lathrop and C. Cook 33 244 *Blessed Bees, The (John Allen), T. S. Perry 43 126 *Blessed Damozel, The (D. G. Ros- setti), G. E. Woodherry 59 263 *Blessed Ghost, A (William M. Baker), H. E. Scudder 53 141 *Blenet, La (Gustave Haller), T. S. Perry 40 383 Blind, Karl The Traditional Policy of Russia .22 585 Blindfold, E. R. Sill 59 342 Blindmans World, The, E. Bel lamy 58 693 Blind Tom, R. B. Harding 10 580 Block, Charles Christopher A Journey in Sicily 6 209 Blondel, C. P. Cranch 4 461 Blondel, Two Scenes from the Life of, .J. R. Lowell 12 576 Bloodgood, D. W. Meteorology 6 1 Blood-Root, E. S. Forman 54 59 Blue and the Gray, The, F. M. Finch 20 369 Bluebirds Greeting, C. P. La throp 45 660 *Blue Color of the Sky in Develop- ing Animal and Vegetable Life, The Influence of the, J. Fiske 29 638 Blue-Jay, The, 0. T. Miller 61 266 Blue-Jay Family, The, T. M. Brewer 25 480 *Blue Ridge, Behind the (Frances Courtenay Baylor), H. E. Scudder 60 417 Blue River Bank Robbery, The, C. B. Woods 25 332 *Bluffton: A Story of To-Day (M. J. Savage), H. W. Preston... .42 699 *Blnsh Roses (C. F. Morse), H. W. Preston 43 170 Board of Health, The National, C. E. Waring, Jr 44 732 Boating, A. M. Lord 54 519 Bobolinks, The, C. P. Cranch 18 321 27 B6cher Boston B6cher, Ferdinand German Universities 7 257 *Lis Oubreto (Roumanille) 7 372 *T. Aubanels La Mion grano Entreduberto 7 374 *Mfreio (Mistral) 7 376 *Las Papill6tos de Jacques Jasmin.7 376 *L~s Pinoulats dun Reipetit 7 376 *Causeries du Lundi (Sainte.. Beuve) 9 522 *Chateaubriand et son Groupe Litt~raire sous lEmpire (Sainte-Beuve) 9 522 *Les Semaines Litt~rafres (Pont martin) 9 522 *Bod.ley, Mr., Abroad (H. E. Scud- der), W. D. Howells 47 126 *Bodley Family in Town and Coun- try, Doings of the (H. E. Scud- der), Z. F. Peirce 40 761 *Bodleys Afoot, The (H. E. Scud- der), W. D. Flowells 45 127 *Bodleys on Wheels, The (H. E. Scudder), W. D. Howells 43 123 *Bodleys Telling Stories, The (H. E. Scudder), Z. F. Peirce .40 761 *Bohemian, The (Charles de Kay), H. W. Preston 43 752 Boit, John Good-Morrow arid Good-Night... 43 716 Boker, George Henry Prince Adeb 6 153 Before Vicksburg 14 371 The Ride to Camp 14 404 Countess Laura 16 143 Dirge for a Sailor 20 157 Sonnet: Rather, my people, let thy youths parade 20 744 Bolles, Albert Sidney *History of American Currency (Sumner) .34 238 What Instruction should be given in our Colleges 52 686 Bolles, John Augustus Why Semmes of the Alabama was not tried 30 88, 148 *Bona..Fide Pocket Dictionary of the French and English Lan- guages, The (John Bellows), T. S. Perry 36 384 Bonanza Farms of the West, The, W. G. Moody Bonaparte, Aug. 15, 1769. Hum- boldt, Sept. 14, 1769, 0. W. Holmes 24 637 *Bonaparte, Madame, The Life and Letters of (Eug~ne L. Didier) .44 555 Bonapartes and Bourbons, Ups and Downs of the, J. Amory 27 287 Bonaventura, The Old Burial Place of Savannah, E. F. Terry 32 12 *Bo~venture: A Prose Pastoral of Acadian Louisiana (Cable), H. E. Scudder 61 841 Bone, John Herbert Aloysius Five Hundred Years Ago 18 545 Russian America 19 731 A Mediinval Naturalist 33 269 Old English Guilds and Trade Unions 3~ 278 Book, My, M. A. Dodge 13 90 *Book about Doctors, A (Jeaffre- son), J. T. Fields 9 519 *Book of American Interiors (Charles Wyllys Elliott) 37 384 *Book of Gold, The, and other Poems (J. T. Trowbridge), W. D. Howells 41 630 Book of Hours, The, E. B. Sill... .55 343 *Book of Poems, A (J. W. Chad- wick), G. P. Lathrop 39 376 *Book of the Artists (H. T. Tucker- man) 21 255 *Book of the East and other Poems (R. H. Stoddard) 28 638 *Book of the Sonnet, The (Leigh Hunt and S. Adams Lee, eds.), W. D. Howells 19 510 Books, R. W. Emerson 1 343 *Books and Men (Agnes Repplier), H. E. Scudder 62 839 Books and the Reading thereof, Of, C. T. Congdon. 4 18 Books for our Children, S. Osgood. .16 724 *Books of the Month, begun (and continued thereafter monthly) .47 141 Boomtown, F. D. Y. Carpenter 52 76 Booth, Edwin, E. C. Stedman 17 585 Booth, Junius Brutus, My Odd Ad- venture with, J. F. Clarke 8 296 Boott, Francis Music to A Dream by W. W. Story 39 750 *Borderland of Science, The (Rich ard A. Proctor) 33 623 Border Lands, H. M. Jackson 41 710 Border State, In a, P. B. Semple. .62 464 Boring for Oil, B. White 35 671 Borneo and Rajah Brooke, C. Rey nolds 18 667 Bornoo, A Native of, C. B. Fox. .. .20 485 *Boscowitz, Frederic, W. F. Apt horp .32 759 Boston, B. W. Emerson 37 195 *Bostou, A New Laboratory for Women in 39 767 *Boston, Bacons Dictionary of, H. E. Scudder. 58 559 *Boston, The Memorial History of, including Suffolk County, Massachusetts (Justin Win- sor, ed.), Vol. I., H. E. Scud der 46 858 28 Boston Boyesen *Boston and Chicago, Recent School Reports of, Z. F. Peirce 36 510 *Boston Art Club Exhibitions.. 31 371, 755 32 376 0. P. Latlirop. .. .33 376 G. P. Lathrop. .. .34 121 I. Trowbridge. .. .35 376 G. P. Latlirop. .. .35 751 G. P. Lathrop. . . .37 381 *Boston Conservatory of Music, Ex- hibition of the Violin Pupils of the, W. F. Apthorp 40 128 Boston Hymn, R. W. Emerson. ... 11 227 *Bostonians, The (James), H. E. Scudder 57 851 Boston Mobs before the Revolution, A. P. Peabody 62 321 Boston Painters and Paintings, W. H. Downes 62 89, 258, 382, 500, 646, 777 *Boston Society of Architects Ex- hibition, The, W. P. P. Longfellow 36 124 Boston Tea Party, A Ballad of the, 0. W. Holmes 33 219 Boston to Florence, 0. W. Holmes .47 412 *Boston University Year Book, Z. F. Peirce 34 125 *Boston Watch and Police, A Chronological history of (E. II. Savage) .. 17 122 Bostwick, Mrs. Helen Barron Counterparts 34 226 Urvasi 35 437 Too Fine for Mortal Ear 38 683 Jealousy 46 464 *Botanical Series (Asa Gray), 0. W. Holmes 2 383 Botanizing, W. Flayg 27 657 *(Botta, Vincenzo), A Discourse on the Life, Character, and Pol- icy of Count Cavour, 0. S. Hil lard 9 650 *Bottis Method of Repairing and Restoring Frescoes and Clean- ing Oil-Pictures, A. Dexter. ... 38 374 *Boulton and Watt, Lives of (Sam uel Smiles) ... .. 17 384 *Bouquets Expedition against the Ohio Jndians, Historical Ac- count of, W. D. Howells 23 389 *Bonrbon Lilies: A Story of Artist Life (Lizzie W. Champney), H. W. Preston 42 430 Bourdillon, Francis William Loves Reward 36 356 Bourgeois Family, A, M. B. Wright.54 533 *Bourgeois.Gentilshommes de 1871, Les, T. S. Perry 30 245 *Bourgets Essais de Psychologie Contemporaine, 1. Child 53 857 29 Boutelle, Mary Keeley Why 38 329 Boutonni& e, A, C. H. Luders 58 462 Boutwell, George Sewall The Usurpation 18 506 Bovee, Christian Nestell Suggestions 2 816 Bowditch, Henry Ingersoll Consumption in America 23 51, 177, 315 Bowery at Night, The, C. D. Shan ly. - 20 602 Bowker, Richard Rogers Political Responsibility of the In dividual 46 320 Bowles, Samuel Chester Harding 19 484 The Pacific Railroad Open 23 493, 617, 753 Box, E. Fawcett 40 268 Boy and the Brook, The; Armenian Popular Song, from the Prose Version of Alishan, H. W. Longfellow . 28 20 Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Concerning Future Years 7 596 Concerning Things Slowly Learnt.7 697 Concerning People of whom more might have been made 8 425 Concerning Veal 8 187 Concerning People who carried Weight in Life 8 598 Concerning the Sorrows of Child- hood 9 338 Concerning Disagreeable People .10 164 Resignation 11 434 Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth *A Poets Bazaar (Andersen). .. .28 512 A Norse Stev 29 210 Thoralf and Synnbv 30 403 The Bride of Torrisdell 31 159 St. Olafs Fountain 31 418 Gunnar: A Norse Romance 32 13, 166, 320,426, 513, 681 The Ravens of Odin 33 670 *Ibsens Kejser og GalBier 34 368 Asathors Vengeance 35 345 Social Aspects of the German Ro mantic School 36 49 *Aus Wisconsin (Krez) 36 371 *The Early Kings of Norway (Carlyle) 36 498 Novalis and the Blue Flower... .35 689 Literary Aspects of the Romantic School 37 607 *Viking Tales of the North 39 498 Evolution 41 565 Juno Ludovisi 44 63 If I Should Lose Thee 45 172 *The Spell-Bound Fiddler 47 285 Boy-Life Brockett Boy-Life in a Scottish Country-Seat, 11. D. Owen 31 146 *Boys Froissart, The (S. Lanier, ed.), H. E. Scudder 45 130 *Boys King Arthur, The (Sir T. Malory; S. Lanier, ed.), H. E. Scudder 47 122 *Boy Travelers in the Far East, Part II. (Thomas W. Knox), H. E. Scudder .47 125 Brace, Charles Loring American Antiquity 1 769 *Descriptive Ethnology (Latham) .7 506 *Anthropologie der Naturvolker (Waiz) 7 506 The Fruits of Free Labor in the Smaller Islands of the British West Indies 9 273 The Fossil Man 10 670 Brackett, Anna Callender Spring 3 737 Bradley, A. Granville The Progress of Athleticism in England 49 92 Bradley, Mrs. Mary Emily Beyond Recall 35 363 *Brahe, Tyge, En Historisk Frem- stilling, 1. S. Perry 31 112 Bralwca, R. W. Emerson 1 48 Brahmanism, According to the Latest Researches, J. F. Clarke 23 548 Brainerd, Mrs. Mary Beale Dinky 54 206 *Brassey, Mr., Life and Labors of (Arthur Helps), A. Gilman. .. .35 240 *Brave Hearts (Robertson Gray). .33 111 *Brawne, Fanny, The Letters of John Keats to (Harry Buxton Forman, ed.), T. B. Aldrich... 41 803 *Brazil, A Journey in (Prof. and Mrs. Agassiz), W. D. Ilowells. .21 383 *Brazil. Geology and Physical Geography of (Hartt), N. S. Shaler 26 763 *Brazil, Ten Months in (Codman)... 20 383 *Brazil and the Brazilians (Kidder and Fletcher) 1 123 Bread and the Newspaper, 0. W. Holmes 8 346 *BreadWinners, The, C. P. La throp 53 7~8 *Breezie Langton (Smart) 26 384 Brewer, Thomas Mayo The European House Sparrow... 21 583 The Mission of Birds. .. .23 405 In Behalf of the Birds 25 257 The Blue Jay Family 25 480 Can a Bird Reason? 28 41 Brewing of Soma, The, J. C. Whittier 29 473 Brewster, Anne La Malanotte 4 495 Schumanns Quintette in E Flat Major 15 718 Lucys Letters 17 64 Brick Moon, The, E. E. Hale... .24 451, 603, 679 Brick Moon, Life in the, E. E. Hale 25 215 *Bricks without Straw (Albion W. Tourgee), H. E. Scudder 47 120 *Bridal March, The, and Other Stories (Bjornstjerne Bjorn- son), H. E. Scudder 51 127 Bride Brook, G. P. Lathrop 37 435 *Bride of the Rhine, The (Waring), W. D. Howells 41 550 Bride of Torrisdell, The, H. H. Boyesen 31 159 Bridge of Cloud, The, H. W. Long frllow 14 283 Bridges, Something About, H. T. Tuckerman 12 740 Bridgets Story, L. B. C. Wyman. .51 775 *Brief Biographies: English States- men (Higginson), H. E. Scud der 36 118 *Brief Essays and Brevities (George H. Calvert) 34 370 *Brief Expositions of Rational Med- icine (J. Bigelow), 0. W. Holmes.2 763 *Brief Honors, H. W. Preston.... 42 697 Brief Review of the Kansas Usu- pation, A, P. Godwin 1 492 *Briefs by a Barrister (Edward R. Johns), G. P. Lathrop 45 840 Brigham, Warren Luther M~lanie 33 275 Bright, John, and the English Rad- icals, G. M. Towle 16 177 *Brigitta (Berthold Auerbach), T. S. Perry 47 577 Bringing our Sheaves with us, E. A. C. Akers 2 333 British Americanisms R. C. White .45 669 *British Civil Service, The, G. W. Brown 45 414 *British Gallery in New York, The. .1 501 British India, C. C. Hazewell 1 85 British Officer in Boston in 1775, A, E. E. Dana 39 389, 544 British Philistine, The, R. C. White .47 548 British State Assassins and the Defense of Insanity, J. W. Clarke 48 780 British Upper Class in Fiction, The, E. S. Nadal 33 485 Brockett, Linus Pierpont Cretins and Idiots 1 410 Dr. Wichera and his Pupils 1 d67 The Abbe de lEp~e 1 700 30 Brockway Browne Brockway, Anna M. My Love. .... 40 475 Broke Jail, D. H. Johnson 36 12 *Broken Lights (Frances Power Cobbe), J. T. Trowbridge 15 124 Broken Oar, The, H. W. Longfellow .41 287 Bronson, Mrs. Cara Waterman At Variance 58 16 *Bront~, Charlotte, A Note on (A. C. Swiuburne), T. S. Perry.... 41 805 *Brook and other Poems, The (W. B. Wright) 31 751 Brook Farm Association, Home Life of the, A. B. Russell .42 458,556 *Brooklyn Schools, Report of Su- perintendent of, Z. F. Peirce. .34 255 Brooks Message, The, K. Hillard. .29 453 *(Bi.ooks, Charles T.) The Sim- plicity of Christs Teaching, set forth in Sermons, C. B. Norton 5 250 Brooks, Phillips Dean Stanley 48 547 Brooks, Shirley Who is the Thief ? 1 706 *Brotlwr Ben and The Bird Sum- mer (Mary Esther Miller), H. B. Scadder 43 685 Brother Christopher, E. S. Thayer.35 272 Brother Jonathans Lament for Sis- ter Caroline, 0. W. Holmes 7 613 Brother of Mercy, The, J. G. Whit tier 13 279 Brothers, The, L. Al. Alcott 12 584 Brother to Dragons, A, A. Rices... 57 289 Brotherton, Mrs. Alice Williams The Dying Rose to the Nightin gale 39 411 The Sailing of King Olaf 40 536 The Saga of the Quern-Stones. . .43 458 Passing 46 37 Unawares.. 59 57 To E. M. T 60 260 *Brougham, Henry, Life and Times of, Written by himself, The, J. Al. Bugbee 31 362 *Brown, Appleton, Some Pictures by, G. P. Lathrop. 38 250 *Brown, Appleton, Grindelwald Valley by, H. James, Jr 29 374 *Ero~vns, Charles Brockden, Novels, G. B. Woodberry 61 706 Brown, Emma Elizabeth Sono~ 0 new-found earth! 0 wondrous birth 42 596 Childrens Labor 46 787 Brown, Mrs. Frances M. Areopagus 45 335 Alien Sin 46 229 Sonnet: 0 Moon, white spirit of a star long dead ! ~ 47 537 31 Brown, [George] Willard English Civil Service Reform... .43 580 Socialism in Germany 44 521 *The British Civil Service 45 414 The Examination System in Ed ucation 45 594 *Progress and Poverty (George) .46 851 Socialists in a German Univer sity 48 801 Shall Members of the Cabinet sit in Congress 9 50 95 *Brown, Henry Armitt, Memoir of, together with four Historical Orations (J. M. Hoppin), H. E. Scudder 46 272 *Brown, John (Sanborn), J. T. Morse, Jr. 57 272 *Brown, Captain John, Public Life of (J. Redpath), C. B. Norton. .5 378 Brown, John, How we met, R. H. Dana 28 1 Brown, John, The Virginia Cam- paign of, F. B. Sanborn 35 16, 224 323, 453, 591 36 704 Brown, Jobn, Three Interviews with Old, W. A. Phillips 44 738 Brown, John, and his Friends, F. B. Sanborn 30 50 Brown, John, in Massachusetts, F. B. Sanborn. 29 420 Browns, John, Raid: How I got into it, and How I got out of it, J. U. Rosengarten 15 711 Brown, Joseph Brownlee The Ideal Tendency 2 769 Genius 13 137 Brown, Mrs. M. E. A. C. A Winter Adventure on the Prai rie. .. 19 501 A Lone Womans Trip to Omaha and Beyond 24 327 Brown, Owen, Letter from 34 101 Browns, Owen, Escape from liar- pers Ferry, I?. Keeler. 33 342 Browne, Albert Gallatin, Jr. The Utah Expedition. .. .3 361, 474, 570 *Antobiography of John Stuart Mill 33 489 *Diai~onds and Precious Stones. .33 624 The Ward of the Three Guard ians 39 697 Browne, Causten *Remhfiscences of Rufus Choate (Parker) 5 370 Browne, John Mason Indian Medicine 18 113 Browne, Junius Henri Adventurers and Adventuresses in New York 25 312 Giordano Bruno 38 550 Brownell Buckle Brownell, Henry Howard Old Papers 4 442 Down! (April, 1865.) 15 756 Abraham Lincoln 16 491 Brownell, Henry Howard, T. B. Al drich 31 609 Brownell, T. B. Aldrich 61 556 Brownin~,, Elizabeth Barrett, K. Field 8 368 *Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Let- ters of (R. H. Home), T. S. Perry 39 629 Browning, Robert Gold Hair . . 13 596 Prospice 13 694 Under the Cliff 13 737 *(Brownin~, Robert) Aristophanes Apology, LI. E. Scudder 36 493 *Dramatis Person~, J. Weiss. .14 644 *Ferishtahs Fancies, G. E. Woodberry .55 562 *Jocoseria, C. P. Lathrop 51 840 Pacehiarotto and other Poems, H. E. Scudder 38 748 *Parleyings with Certain Peo- ple of Importance in their Day, G. E. Woodberry 59 707 *Sordello, Strafford, Christmas- Eve and Easter-Day, J. lVeiss.13 C39 nThe Inn Album, TV. I). Hoicells.37 372 *The Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, W. D. Howells.... 32 114 *The Ring and the Book, M. D. Conway 23 256 Browning Courtship, A, E. 0. White.62 99 Browns Retreat, A. Eichberq 46 29 Brown-Stone Boy, The, W. H. Bishop 55 330 *Bruden fra Rbrvig (Bergsbe).... 32 117 Bruno, Giordano,.[. H. Browne. ... 38 550 Brush, Mrs. Christine Chaplin The Inland Country 44 147 *Bru~hwood (T. Buchanan Read Frederick Dielman, illus.), H. E. Scudder 49 133 Bryant, William Cullen The Wind and Stream ... .1 148 The Planting of the Apple-Tree .13 17 The Return of the Birds 14 37 My Autumn Walk 15 20 The Parting of Hector and An- dromache 16 657 Castles in the Air 17 11 The Death of Slavery 18 210 The Contention between Achilles and Againemnon. From the first book of the Iliad of Homer .19 92 The Combat of Diomed and Mars.21 47 Dante 23 81 The Descent of Neptune to aid the Greeks 25 113 The Two Travellers 39 129 *(Bryant,William Culien) A Forest Hymn, J. R. Lowell 6 761 *Orations and Addresses, W. D. Howells 32 498 *Poems 39 113 *Thanatopsis, illnstrated by W. J. Linton, W. D. Howells .43 121 *The Odyssey of Homer, E. C. Stedman 29 619 Bryant, C. S. Hillard.. 13 233 *Bryant, Bakers Portrait of 38 759 Bryant, Dnrands Portrait of, W. J. Stillman 3 653 Bryant, The Death of, E. C. Sted man 42 747 *Bryant, William Cullen, A Biog- raphy of, with Extracts from his Private Correspondence (Parke Godwin), H. E. Scud der 52 411 Bryants Seventieth Birthday, 0. W. Holmes 14 738 Bryant, William Cullen, To, on his Seventieth Birthday,November 3, 1864, H. 7. Tuckerman 14 563 *Bryants and Gays A Popular His- tory of the United States, II. E. Scudder 38 361 Bubbles, W. D. Howells 7 415 Bubbles from an Ancient Pipe, J. T. Fields 27 590, 743 *Biicbanan, James, Fifteenth Presi- dent of the United States, Life of (George Ticknor Cur- tis), H. C. Lodye 52 707 Buchanans, Administration, Mr., P. Godwin (J. B. Lowell, pp. 754760) 1 745 Buck, Dudley Music to E. C. Stedmans Creole Lovers Song 39 492 *(Bnck, Dudley) Centennial Can- tata, W. F. Apthorp 38 122 *Legend of Don Munio, W. F. Apt horp 34 758 *Overture to an Unpublished Cantata, W. F. Apthorp.... 33 384 *Te I)eum in E Flat, W. F. Ap horp 33 511 Buckle, Henry Thomas, Personal Reminiscences of the late, C. Hale 11 488 *Buckle, Henry Thomas, The Life and Writings of (Alfred Henry Huth), C. E. Woodberry 46 574 Buckle, Mr., as a Thinker, D. A. Wasson 11 27 *(Buckle, Henry Thomas) History of Civilization in England, Vol. II., E. P. Wh~pple 8 254 32 Buckshot Burying Buckshot: A Record, J. H. Corbyn .54 507 *Buddha and Early Buddhism (Arthur Lillie), E. Robins. ... 48 840 Buddhism (Ernest J. Eitel), T. S. Perry 33 237 Buddhism, or the Protestantism of the East, J. F. Clarke 23 713 *(Buchner, G.) Kraft und Stoffs Materie und Geist 1 255 *Bjjlows, Hans von, Concerts in Boston, TV. F. Apt ho rp 36 763 37 510 Bugbee, James McKellar *The Life of Palmerston (Bulwer).27 262 *The Life and Times of Henry, Lord Broughain, by himself. . .31 362 *Ancient Society (L. H. Morgan).40 374 *Coronation (E. P. Tenney). ... .40 381 *The Scripture Club of Valley Rest 40 381 *Canolles: The Fortunes of a Partisan of 81 (John Esten Cooke) 40 631 Mysterious Disappearances 44 622 Bugs and Beasts before the Law, E. P. Evans 54 235 Bull, Lucy Catlin Sonnet: Ere yet in Vergil I could scan or spell 62 273 The Fifth Symphony 62 595 *Bull, Ole, A Memoir (Sara C. Bull), H. E. Scudder 51 542 *Bulletin of International Meteoro.- logical Observations, The, J. Trowbridge 36 629 Bulls and Bears, F. H. Underwood. .2 825 3 70,189,303,403,585, 710 *Bulls and the Jonathans, The (James K. Paulding) 20 639 *Bulwer, Edward, Lord Lytton, C. E. Woodberry 53 717 Bundle of Bones, A, C. J. Sprague. .18 60 Bundle of Irish Pennants, A, W. Mitchell 2 803 Bundle of Old Letters, A, W. R. Dimmock 3 550 Bunker Hill, The Battle of, H. E. Scudder 36 79 *Bunker..Hill Memorial, W. D. Howells 36 244 Bunner, Henry Cuyler Strong as Death 50 50 The Way to Arcady 53 332 Schumanns Kinder-Scenen 60 91 *Bunsen, Baron, A Memoir of (Frances, Baroness Bunsen), W. D. Howells 23 129 *Bunsens Gott in der Geschichte. .. .3 525 *Bunsen, Baroness, The Life and Letters of Frances (A. J. C. Hare), H. E. Scudder 44 554 33 *Bunte Bilitter (A. W. Ambros), W. F. Apthorp. 33 757 *Buonarotti, Michael Angelo, The Life of 1 510 Burchard, Horatio C. Who Pays Protective Duties?. . .41 607 Burden of the Day, The, B. Tay br 26 155 Burial of the Poet, The, H. W. Longfellow 43 517 *Burke, English Men of Letters (Johu Morley), T. S. Perry.. .44 806 Burke, Edmund, Interesting Manu- scripts of, C. Sumner 12 381 *Burke, Edmund, The Works of, T. W. Higginson 17 122 Burleigh, George Shepard Prayer for Life 3 419 Burlingame, Edward Livermore *History of New York City (Stone) 31 102 Burlingame, Mr., as an Orator, J. C. Blame 26 629 Burns, Some of the Haunts of, By a Tourist without Imagination or Enthusiasm, N. Hawthorne.. .6 385 Burns, The German, B. Taylor 9 430 Burns and Scotch Song before him, J. C. Shairp 44 502 *Burnt District of Boston, New Architecture in the, W. P. P. Longfellow 33 119 Burr, Aaron, W. Dorsheimer 1 597 Burrage, Henry Sweetser The Retreat from Lenoirs and the Siebe of Knoxville 18 21 *Burritt, Elihu. A Memorial Volume (Charles Northend, ed.), C. E. Woodberry 46 577 Burroughs, John Expression 6 572 With the Birds 15 513 The Snow-Walkers 17 302 In the Hemlocks 17 672 Spring in Washington 23 580 Birds-Nests 23 701 Birch Browsings 24 14 Speckled Trout 26 429 Pepacton: A Summer Voyage... 46 192 A Taste of Maine Birch 47 844 In Carlyles Country 51 320 *(Burroughs, John) Birds and Poets. With other Papers, C. P. Lathrop 40 113 *Locusts and Wild Honey, W. D. Howells 44 123 *Wake..Robin, IT. D. Howells. .28 254 *Winter Sunshine, H. E. Scud der 37 377 Burying Ground, The Old, J. C. Whittier 1 455 Burying California *Burying the Hatchet; or, The Young Brave of the Delawares. Forest Glen Series (E. Kel- logg), H. E. Scudder........ 43 125 Bushnell, Frances Louisa In the Dark 29 509 The New Day 30 597 A Surmise 31 678 The Best 32 318 Changed 33 35 Margaret 34 576 Delay 35 296 Unfulfihiment 46 47 Bushnell, Horace, J. H. Ward 47 126 *(Bushnell, Horace) Christ and his Salvation, E. P. Whipple. . .. .15 377 Business Issues of the Presidential Canvass, E. V. Smalley 46 555 Bust of Kronos, The, 1l~. H. Hayne .56 769 Busts of Goethe and Schiller, The, W. A. Butler 1 395 Busy Brains: A Chapter of Literary Anecdote, A. Abbott 20 570 Butlers, General, Campaign in Mas- sachusetts, TV. S. Robinson. .. .28 742 *Butlers, General, Designs and Prospects, A. G. Sedgwick 32 252 (See also Our General.) Butler, William Allen The Busts of Goethe and Schil 1cr 1 395 *Butterflies of North America, The (William H. Edwards), S. H. Scudder 34 113 Butterworth, Hezekiah The Madness of George III 37 531 The Conqueror 45 536 Button-Rose. The 1 196 *But Yet a Woman (A. S. Hardy), H. E. Scudder 51 707 Buying a Horse, TV. D. Howells. . .43 741 Byers, Samuel Hawkins Marshall Ten Days ia the Rebel ......... 45 617 By Horse-Car to Boston, W. D. Howells 25 114 By Horse-Cars into Mexico, H. Al. Jackson 51 350 Bynner, Edwin Lassetter Penelopes Suitors 54 769 Bynner, Edwin Lassetter and Lucretia Peabody Hale An Uncloseted Skeleton 60 433 Byron, Lady, H. Martinean 7 185 Byrons, Lady, Life, The True Story of, H. B. Stowe 24 295 By the Dead, T. Fullerton 1 955 By the Dead, A. Laighton 35 313 By the River, J. T. Trowbridge. .. .12 70 By the Roadside, C. Thaxter. 23 699 By the Shore of the River, C~. P. Cranch 31 692 *By the Tiber (Mary A. Tincker), H. E. Scudder 47 860 By-Ways of Europe, B. Taylor. The Little Land of Appen zell 20 213 From Perpignan to Mont serrat 20 495 A Visit to the Balearic Isl ands 20 680; 21 73 Catalonian Bridle-Roads 21 284 The Republic of the Pyrenees .21 414 The Kyffhauser and its Le gends 21 614 *By..Ways of Europe (Bayard Tay- lor), TV. D. Howells 23 764 Cabalistic Words, The, E. Sargent .10 612 *Cabanels Margaret, G. P. Lathrop .35 251 Cabinet of President Washington, The, J. Parton 31 29 *(Cable, George W.) Bonaventure, H. E. Scudder 61 841 *Dr. Sevier, H. E. Scudder. .. .55 121 *Old Creole Days, H. W. Pres ton..... 45 44 *Thc Grandissimes, H. E. Scud der 46 829 *Cabot, George, Life and Letters of (H. C. Lodge), H. E. Scud der 40 500 Cabot, James Elliot Our Birds and their Ways 1 209 Notes on Domestic Architecture. .1 257 House-Building 10 423 On the Relation of Art to Nature.13 183, 313 Sedge Birds 23 384 A Glimpse of Emersons Boyhood. 59 6~0 Cadenabbia, H. TV. Longfellow 34 662 *Cadet Button, The (Frederic Whit- taker), H. W. i~reston 42 434 Cadmean Madness, The, TV. L. Symonds 14 265 *Cmsar (J. A. Froude), J. TV. De Forest 44 405 *Cmsar, A Sketch (J. A. Fronde), H. TV. Preston 50 697 Cmsars Art of War and of Writing, J. TV. Dc Forest 44 273 Caged Bird, A, 5. 0. Jewett 59 816 Calculus, The Di erential and Inte- gral, H. TV. Richardson 3 704 Caldwell, M. J. L. The Waterfall 3 318 Calebs Lark, J. G. Austin 22 652 *Calhoimn, John C. (H. von Hoist), H. C. Lodge 50 269 Calico Printing in France, F. A. Lovering 22 591 California, The Queen of, E. E. Hale 13 265 34 California Capture *California, The Resources of (John S. Hittell) 17 522 California as a Vineland, S. C. Per icins 13 600 California Earthquakes, N. S. Shaler 25 351 *Californiaa Pictures (Benjamin Parke Avery), W. D. Howells. .40 754 *Califorimians, The (Walter M. Fisher), T. S. Perry 39 371 California Ranch, The, S. Powers. .35 684 California Saved, S. Powers. 28 596 *California University, D. C. Gil- man . ... .34 124 Calling the Dead, S. ill. B. Piatt. . .35 395 Call on Mother Moscow, A, E. Noble 62 194 Call on Sir Walter Raleigh, A, S. Al. B. Pialt 51 758 Call to My Country-Women, A, Al. A. Dodge .. .. 11 345 *Calvfriism; An Address delivered at St. Andrews (J. A. Froude) .28 381 *Carnbridge, Massachusetts, 1630 1877, History of (Lucius R. Paige), J. Holmes 40 85 Came, Charles Green Our New President .. .23 378 *Can)eos, selected from the Works of Walter Savage Landor (E. C. Stedman and T. B. Aldrich, eds.), W. D. Howells 33 368 Camillas Concert, Al. A. Dodge.. .11 756 Camille, A. Whitney 1 834 Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg, June and July, 1863, 0. 0. Howard 38 48 *Campaigning on the Oxus (J. A. MacGahan) 35 110 Campaigning with Max, C. E. War ing 35 396 *Campaigns of the Civil War: The Outbreak of Rebellion; From Fort Henry to Corinth ; The Peninsula, S. Al. Quincy 49 407 Campbell, Mrs. E. P. Edmund Brook 22 450 Uncle Gabriels Account of his Campaigns 24 207 Campbell, William Wilfred A Canadian Folk-Song 55 12 Carnpbells are coming, The, G. A. Ellis ... .27 559i *Camps and Tramps in the Adiron- dacks, and Grayling Fishing in Northern Michigan (A. Judd Northrup), T. S. Perry 46 269 Can a Bird Reason? T. Al. Brewer.28 41 *Canada, Columbia and (W. Fraser Rae), T. S. Perry 46 264 Canada, Confederation in 46 56 35 Canada, The Folk-Lore of Lower, E. Farrer 49 542 Canada, The Habitant of Lower, E. Farrer 48 771 Canada and the British Connection, E. Stanwood 54 839 *Canada under the Administration of the Earl of Dufferin (George Stewart, Jr.). T. S. Perry 44 269 Canadian Folk-Song, A, W. W. Campbell 55 12 Canadian Miracles and Martyrs, Early, F. Parleman 32 84 Canadian Woods and Waters, C. D. Shanly 20 311 Can a Life Hide Itself? B. Tay br 23 605 Candle-Ends, A Paper of, C. .J. Sprague 16 61 Can Herculaneum be Excavated? R. A. McLeod 40 641 *Canoeing in Kanuckin (C. L. Mor- ton and John Habberton), T. S. Perry 42 581 *Canolles: The Fortunes of a Par- tisan of 81 (John Esten Cooke), J. M. Bughee 40 631 Can School Programmes be Short- ened and Enriched? C. W. Eliot 62 250 Cantatrice, La, J. T. Trowbridge. . .2 12 Canterbury, At, H. W. Preston 48 813 Canterbury Pilgrimage, A, B. C. White 45 524 Canvassers Tale, The, S. L. Clem ens 38 673 *Cape Cod (Henry D. Thoreau), T. W. Higginson 15 381 *Cape Cod and All Along Shore (C. Nordhoff) 23 387 Capillary Freaks, C. D. Shaniy... .19 66 Capital, Spring at the, E. A. C. Akers 11 766 Capri, An Experience on the Isle of, W. C. Langdon 59 241 Capri, A Week on, B. Taylor 21 740 Captain Bens Choice, F. L. Pratt.. .25 377 *Captain Fracasse (Th~ophile Gnu- tier; M. M. Ripley, trans.), T. S. Perry 46 125 *Captain Fritz, his Friends and Ad- ventures (Emily H. Miller), Z. F. Peirce 41 139 Captain Kidds Money H. B. Stowe. .26 522 *Captain Mansana (Bjdrnstjerne Bjbrnson), H. E. Scudder 51 127 *Captain Nelson (Samuel Adams Drake), H. W. Preston 43 755 Captains Drum, The, B. F. Taylor.41 593 Capture of Fort Fisher, The, H. C. Lockwood 27 622, 684 Capture Casa Capture of Richmond, Incidents of the, G. F. Shepley 46 18 Career of a Capitalist, The, J. B. Harrison 43 129 Care for the People under Despot- ism, 0. B. Frothinyham 50 20 *Camps in the Caribbees (Frederick A. Ober), T. S. Perry 46 267 *Caricature and Other Comic Art, in all Times and many Lands (James Parton), W. D. Howells.41 135 Carleton, Henry Guy The Pleasure of the King 59 532 *Carlino (Ruffini) . .26 382 *Carlotta (Robert Roskoten), G. P. Lathrop 46 701 Canton, A. L. Wonderings 33 268 The Old Sexton 33 429 *Carlyle, Dr. Alexander, Autobiog- raphy of, J. T. Fields 7 249 *Carlyle, Jane ~Welsh, Letters and Memorials of (Thomas Carlyle and James Anthony Froude, eds.), G. B. Woodherry 51 837 Carlyle, Some Personal Recollec- tions of, H. James 47 593 Carlyle, Thomas, G. S. Phillips 1 185 Carlyle, Thomas, A Letter to, D. A. Wasson 12 497 *Carlyle, Thomas, A History of his Life in London (James Anthony Froude), G. B. Wood berry 55 421 *Carlyle, Thomas, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Correspondence of, 18341872. C. B. Wood- berry 51 560 *Carlyle, Thomas, A History of the first Forty Years of his Life (James Anthony Froude), H. W. Holland 50 127 *(Carlyle, Thomas) Critical and Miscellaneous Essays 5 756 *History of Frederic the Second, called Frederick the Great, B. F. Presbury 10 642 Carlyle and Emerson, M. S. Schuy ler 51 774 *Carlyle Anthology, The (Arr. by Edward Barrett), G. P. La throp 39 380 *Carlyle in London, G. B. Wood- berry 55 4A Carlyles Country, In, J. Burroughs .51 320 Carlyles Laugh, T. W. Higginson. .48 463 *Carlyles Reminiscences, C. B. Woodherry 47 863 Carman, Bliss Low Tide on Grand Pr~ 59 313 Carnations in Winter 61 177 Carnival of Rome, A, S. B. Wister .37 289, 355 Carnival of the Romantic, The, W. L. Symonds 6 129 Carnival of Venice, A, S. B. Wis ter 35 176 Carolina Coronado, To, M. P. Lowe .15 698 Carob Mortuo, W. C. Lawton.. .. .61 295 Carpe Diem, B. B. Sill 54 162 Carpenter, Frank De Yeaux Boomtown 52 76 Carpenter, Henry Bernard A Trio for Twelfth Night 53 165 Carpenter, William Henry Iceland, Summer and Winter... .62 515 Carpet-Bagger in Pennsylvania, A, J. T. Trowbridge.. 23 449, 729 *Carpet Knight, A (Harford Flem- ming), ft. B. Scudder 55 848 *Carrefio Teresa, W. F. Apthorp.. .30 756 Carnington, X~atharine Rosamond and the Conductor... .43 311 The Conductor and Rosamond... 44 745 The Eleventh Hour 47 412 Carter, Agnes Louisa John Evelyns Daughter 62 266 Carter, Robert Gurowski 18 625 *Carthage and the Carthaginians (R. Bosworth Smith), T. S. Perry 42 513 *Carthage and Tunis (Amos Per ry) 23 387 *Cartoons (Margaret J. Preston). .37 374 Cary, Alice Charleys Death 1 812 What a Wretched Woman said to me 2 151 An Order for a Picture 9 684 Presence 13 223 Song: We have been lovers, now, my dear 13 363 The Old House 15 213 The Great Doctor 18 12, 174 Mona 19 143 Monas Mother 20 22 The Old Story 20 199 The Rose Rollins 20 420, 545 Worldly-Wise 22 207 My Darlings 22 544 The Fatal Arrow 23 347 Balders Wife 25 304 No Ring 27 421 *Cary, Alice and Pha~be, A Memo- rial of, with some of their Later Poems (Mary Cleminer Ames), W. D. Howells 31 360 Cary, Thomas Greaves The San Francisco Vigilance Committee 40 702 Casa Guidi Windows, B. 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Martin 38 380 Colleges, What Instruction should he given in our, A. S. Bolles. .52 686 College Work, Economy in, J. Trowbridge 62 669 Collet, Sophia Dobson England and Emancipation 8 742 Collier, Thomas Stephens Recording 41 179 Haroun al Raschid 44 477 Disappointment 56 768 Time 56 768 *Collier..Folio Shakespeare, The, R. U. White 4 512 Collins, Charles The Value of Accident 25 172 *Collins, William, The Poetical Works of, Riverside Edition, T. S. Perry 46 810 *Collyer, Robert (Conkey) 33 123 Colman, James Freeman The Goal of Spring 31 560 *Colonel Dunwoddie and other Novels: Six to One, A Nan tucket Idyl; Brief Honors The China-Hunters Club; Agamenticus (E. P. Tenney); Bluifton (M. J. Savage); The Crew of the Sam Weller (Habberton); Miriams Re- venge; Mag; Saxe Holms Stories, Second Series; Drift from Two Shores (Bret Harte); Less Black than we re Painted (Payn); Mine is Thine; Ga- bridle ; Margarethe ; Pillone; The Cossacks (Tolstoi) Colonel Duawoddie, Million- aire; Like unto Like, H. W. Preston 42 697 Colonel Ephs Shoe-Buckles, H. B. Stowe 26 424 *Colonels Opera Cloak, The, H. W. Preston 44 369 Colonialism in the United States, H. C. Lodge 51 612 *Colonial New York: Philip Schay- 1cr and his Family (Schuyler), H. E. Scudder 57 557 Colorado, A Day in, M. M. Dodge .43 488 Colorado, A Winter Journey in, N. S. Shaler 47 46 Colorado Road, A, H. M. Jackson. .38 677 Color-Blindness, H. C. Angell 26 200 *Color..Bhindness, T. B. Curtis 45 569 *Colour, or the Island of Humanity, W. D. Howells 24 385 *(Colton, G.W.) Illustrated Cabinet Atlas and Descriptive Geog raphy 3 772 *Columbia and Canada (W. Fraser Rae), T. S. Perry 46 264 Columbia River, On the, F. H. Ludlow. 14 703 *Combat de Coqs (G~rome), H. James, Jr 29 246 Combat of Diomed and Mars, The, From Homers Iliad, Book V., W. C. Bryant 21 47 Combination Novels, G. P. Lathrop.54 796 Come Back, Dear Days! L. C. Moulton 59 375 Comedians, Among the, L. C. Davis.19 750 Comedy, T. B. Aldrich 46 554 Comedy of Terrors, A, J. De Mille.29 36, 147, 275, 434, 587, 716 30 62, 193, 290, 438, 598, 663 *Comedy of Terrors, A (James Dc Mule) ~1 109 Come si Chiama? Or a Leaf from the Census of 1850, W. Mitchell .5 439 Comic Journalism, C. D. Shanly.. .19 167 Coming Era, The, 0. W. Holmes... 45 84 Commerce with Cuba, Porto Rico, and Mexico, Our, C. C. Andrews 44 81 *Con~mon Objects of the Sea-Shore (J. G. Wood) 2 253 Common Ornament, C. Alcers 30 653 *Common..Sense in Religion (James Freeman Clarke), C. P. Cranch.33 236 Commonwealth, The Embryo of a, B. Adams 54 610 Communication, D. A. Wasson 14 424 Communication with the Pacific, C. C. Coffin 17 333 Communism, The Rapid Progress of, E. Atkinson 49 829 43 Companions Conversation Companions, R. H. Stoddard 39 717 *Companions of My Solitude (Helps) 26 760 *Comparative Geography of Pales- tine, The (Carl Ritter; Wil- liam L. Gage, trans.) 20 125 Compensation, A. Fields 9 511 Complaint of Friends, A, M. A. Dodge 10 359 Completed Work of the Federal Convention, .J. Fiske 59 817 *Compositions in Outline from Haw- thornes Scarlet Letter (F. 0. C. Darley), W. D. J9lowells. . .45 124 *Compulsory System in Russia and Saxony, J. D. Philbrick 35 381 Comrades, Our, M. B. Cummings. .35 488 Comstock, Eunice E. The Old Surprise .. .32 392 Marjorie Daw 32 610 Concepcion de Arguello (Presidio de San Francisco), B. Harte.. .29 603 Concerning Dead Love, R. T. Cooke 47 477 Concerning Disagreeable People, A. K. H. Boyd 10 164 Concerning Future Years, A. K. H. Boyd 7 696 Concerning People of whom more might have been made, A. K. H. Boyd 8 425 Concerning People who carried Weight in Life, A. K. H. Boyd. .8 598 Concerning the Sorrows of Child- hood, A. K. H. Boyd 9 338 Concerning Things slowly learnt, A. K. H. Boyd. 7 697 Concerning Veal, A. K. H. Boyd.. .8 187 Concord, May 23, 1864, H. W. Long fellow 14 169 Concord, May 31, 1882, S. C. Woolsey 50 93 *Concord Days (A. Bronson Al- cott), G. P. Lathrop 31 364 *Condensed Novels and other Papers (Bret Harte) 21 128; 28 256 *Conditional Self-Sacrifice, A. G. Sedgwiclc 29 640 *Conditions of Success in Preaching without Notes (R. S. Storrs), H. E. Scudder 35 745 *Condnct of Life, The (Emerson), J. R. Lowell 7 25~ Conductor and Rosamond, The, K. (7arrington 44 745 Cone, Helen Gray Lepages Joan of Arc 53 55 To-day 53 228 Ilaroun Al Raschid 53 463 A Sheaf of Sonnets: I. Ellen Terrys Beatrice. II. The Re- solve. III. On First Reading Landors Hellenics. IV. Bachs St. Matthew Passion-Music. V. The Passing of theYear.... 55 184 Fiametta 55 450 The First Guest 56 504 King Raedwald 57 761 Madonna Pia 58 745 Two Moods of Failure: I. The Last Cup of Canary. II. The Young Man Charles Stuart Revieweth the Troops on Black- heath 60 460 Ivo of Chartres 62 206 Coney Island, C. D. Shanly 34 306 Confederacy, Domestic Economy in the, 0. W. Blacknall 58 229 Confederacy, The Last Chance of the, A. C.McClurg 50 389 *Confederate Cruisers, The, H. C. Lodge 53 260 *Confederate Government, Rise and Fall of the (J. Davis), H. C. Lodge 48 405 Confederation in Canada, F. G. Mat her 46 56 *Conf~rence sur la Modalit~ dans la Musique Grecque (L.-A. Bourgault-Ducoudray), W. F. Apt horp 46 410 Confession of St. Augustine, E. S. Phelps 37 129 Confessions of a Birds-Nest Hunter, B. Torrey 58 336 Confessions of a Medium, The, B. Taylor 6 699 Confessions of a Patent-Medicine Man, R. Keeler 26 641 *Confidence (Henry James, Jr.), T. S. Perry 46 125 *Confiict between Labor and Capital, The (Bolles), T. S. Perry 38 246 Confucius and the Chinese ; or, the Prose of Asia, J. F. Clarke... .24 336 Congdon, Charles Tabor The Great Event of the Century. .2 744 The Illustrious Obscure 3 53 Of Books and the Reading thereof.4 18 *Congo, and the Founding of its Free State, The (Stanley), H. E. Scudder 56 565 Congratulation, E. S. Phelps... .33 476 *Congregationalism of the Last Three Hundred Years, as seen in its Literature, The (Henry Martyn Dexter),H. E. Scudder. 47 277 Connecticut, The Pleiades of, F. Sheldon 15 187 Conqueror, The, H. Butterworth. ... 45 636 *Conservation of Energy, The (Bal- four Stewart), J. Cook 33 749 44 Considerations Contributors Club Considerations on University Re form, J. Fiske 19 451 *Consolation (Feydeau), T. S. Perry 29 628 Consolidation of the Colonies, The, B. Adams 55 302 Conspiracy at Washington, The, E. P. Wh~pple 20 633 *Conspirncy of Pontiac, The (Park- man), TV. D. Howells 27 522 Constant Friend, The, K. Wright. .56 242 Constantinople, 1. Child 61 72 *Constantinople (Edmondo de Amicis; Caroline Tilton, trans.), T. S. Perry 42 581 Constitution, The Adoption of the, J. Fiske 60 673 *Constit~tion of the United States, History of the Formation of the (George Bancroft), H. C. Lodge 50 274 *Constitutional and Political History of the United States, The (Von Holst), C. Hale 39 630 Consular Service, Our, G. Al. Towle.29 300 Consular Service and Society in Egypt, C. Hale 40 280 Consuming Fire, The, R. N. Taylor.54 662 Consumption in America, H. I. Bowditch 23 51, 177, 315 *Contemporary Art in Europe (S. G. W. Benjamin), W~ D. How ells 41 135 Contemporary Art in Europe, A Glimpse of, TV. J. Hoppin. .32 200, 257 Content, C. J. Schiller 42 237 Contention between Achilles and Agamemnon, The, From the First Book of the Iliad of Homer. Translnted, W. C. Bryant 19 92 *Contes Flamands et Wallons, Les (Camille Lemonnier), T. S. Perry 35 373 *Contest, The (G. P. Carr) 18 255 Continental Congress, First Year of the, J. Fiske 62 358 Continents, The Growth of, L. Agassiz .. .12 72 Contraband, Story of a, ill. L. Thompson 35 705 Contrabands at Fortress Monroe, The, E. L. Pierce 8 626 Co~itrast, C. Thaxter 38 107 Contrast, R. K. Munkittrick 55 820 Contrast, A, A. Fuller 49 251 Contrasts between English Scenery and our Own, E. S. Nadal.... 34 659 *Contribiitions to the Theory of Natural Selection (Wallace), H. James 26 757 45 Contributors Club About New England Time-Mat ters 48 711 Absence of Artistic Standards.... 39 230 Abused Word, An 50 429 Achronology of a Novel 46 583 Adirondack Character, An 59 426 Advantages of Washington for a Literary Life 39 612 Advantages to Fiction of the Duelistic Revival 39 616 Adventure, An 53 143 .2Esthetic Advertising 39 105 .ZEsthetic Uses of the Tramp... .40 621 .ZEsthetic Vagabonds 39 747 Afflictions of Animals 52 853 Afternoon in the Palais Bourbon, An 54 849 Agonizing Death, but not Hydro phobia 41 797 Alk5stis of Euripides, The 39 107 All about Adjectives 48 848 All in Your Eye 54 426 American Accent on Surnames.. 47 299 American Customs in Fiction . . .42 245 American Diplomatist, An 43 537 American Girl 46 721 American Girl in Europe, An.... 43 810 Americanism, An 41 797 Americanism in Job, An 47 134 Americanisms 43 109 American Language, The 52 140 American Pantheon, An 56 714 Amulets in Words 58 573 Analytic Scandal 41 797 Ancestral Preexistence .. .40 748 Anima Mundi 59 281 Another Contributors Confes sion 42 374 Another Interpretation 60 285 Another Literary Confession... .42 500 Another Town Crier Unearthed. .47 872 Another View of German Wives .48 286 Antelope that Sheds its Horns, An 42247 Apologizer and the Apologizee, The 52 422 Applause in the Wrong Places. .48 280 Aquatint 51 571 Are Good-Natured People Un interesting 9 61 425 Are we all Philisti~es 9 45 572 Art and Art Critics 50 138 Art and Life 40 748 Art in Literature 39 104 Art in Nature 61 282 Artist as an Individual, The 48 138 Artists and Actors 53 145 Artists and Art Criticism 39 486 A Sailors Sweetheart 47 445 As and That 53 580 Contributors Club Contributors Club Assumption not Proof 59 571 Assurance Doubly Sure 41 259 Attraction of Opposites, The. .. .53 437 Attucks (Crispus) Concerning... 60 419 Authorship, The Secrets of 56 716 Authors View of Rosainond, The.44 791 Autobiographic Form in Novel- Writing, The 39 227 Autograph Hunters 53 581 Autumnal Nuisance, The 52 574 Autumn Drive, An 51 135 Average Mans Verdict, The... .62 139 Avis and Daisy Miller 43 258 Baby Talk in Helens Babies .... 41 542 Baby-Worship 43 674 Bad Rhymes 48 714 Bad Rhymes of Mrs. Browning.. .47 584 Ballad of Bric-a-Brac, A 42 373 Balzac and American Novelists. .54 717 Balzac at Thirty 56 854 Balzacs Correspondence 39 367 Bard to his M~ecenas, A 52 572 Beach, Mr., and his Dalmatian Dog 41 546 Beaconsfields (Lord), Vagaries. .39 235 Beaconsfields Wisdom 42 369 Beans 44 258 Beefsteak of Old England. .43 254,813 Beer 48 573 Beginning of the Century, The. .42 242 Behind the Eye 62 568 Beleaguered City, A 53 579 Beneficent Effects of the Earths Sphericity 60 420 Bentzon, Th 42 774 Bernhardts Want of Dramatic Instinct 47 580 Bible Pictures not within Covers .60 136 Biblical Expurgator, A 53 861 Bird Warnings 54 715 Bird-Trait, A 48 429 Birds, Cheerfulness of 57 138 Blackmores, Mr., Last Novel... 46 865 Bleak House, Madame Jan ausehek in 39 234 Book Epidemics 39 233 Book Notice and the Criticism, The 59 283 Book of Delicate and Aspiring Spirituality 46 440 Book that Sells, The 42 773 Book Worthy to be a Cult, A.... 40 104 Books of Refuge 57 71d Books with a Following 39 362 Books within Books 59 429 Boston Public Library 45 141 Boston Tendency in Art, The.... 39 617 Bread-and-Butter Moments of the Mind, The 61 135 Breath of the Year, The 60 424 Bret Harte and the Critics 39 103 46 Bright Side of Human Igno rance 58 139 Brookes Shelley 47 441 Burden of Charity-Fair Journals, The 48 400 Burden of Letter Writing 45 285 Burnetts, Mrs., Early Novels. ... 42 113 Business Condition of the South .43 113 Calamitous Increase of Books... .39 483 Calderon Festival, The 51 428 Call for a New Botany, A 40 621 Calling Acquaintances 52 424 Canadian Indian Police, The.... 41 385 Can Humor be Taught9 46 436 Can Our Girls take care of Them selves 9 44 397 Cantemus Domino 51 282 Can Tunes be Inherited 9 58 284 Careless Articulation 48 849 Carlyle among the Philistines... .47 721 Carlyles Eye for Number One.. .47 720 Case in Point, A 59 133 Case of the Middle-Aged Young Person, The 52 854 Case of Unlimited Yarrow, A... .54 572 Celtic Temperament 62 570 Certain Americanisms 40 233 Certain Comfortable Reflections .58 574 Certain Detestable Words 47 137 Chalets and Villas 42 770 Change in Criticism 44 257 Cha No Yu, or .Isthetic Tea in Japanese, The 56 281 Chantilly 56 428 Chapter from the Experience of a Young Writer, A 45 143 Chapter on Deformity, A 49 427 Character, A 47 433 Characteristics of Mr. Jamess Last Story 46 140 Charms of Similitudes 57 282 Cheap Reprints 42 370 Cheerfulness of Birds 57 138 Cherbuliezs Last Book 43 252 Che, Chers, Cher 42 773 Chez Worth 53 282 Childrens Talk 41 668 Childs Language, A 46 722 Chinese Novel, A 47 725 Choosing a Class of People for Extermination 58 712 Christian Morality 43 532 Chromo Proselytism 47 135 Church as a Social Club, The... .42 770 Cincinnati Ceramics 44 543 City Birds 44 396 City versus Country 52 713 Clang-Tint of Words 58 424 Classic Metres in English 43 533 Clergy in Fiction 45 139 Clergymans Interruptions, A.... 44 796 Contributors Club Contributors Club Clerical Oratory 48 282 Clerical Profanities 44 794 Cleverness and Culture 48 284 Close of The American, The... .40 96 Clubs versus Society 46 724 Cold Comfort for Manual Labor .40 486 Color and Sculpture 44 800 Color Cure, A 49 425 Color that was not Akin, The... .62 850 Commencement Day A Bit of Word History 61 853 Communal Property in Land. ... 43 110 Con Amore 54 282 Concerning Biographies 48 281 Concerning Convictions 60 137 Concerning Crispus Attucks 60 419 Concerning Separateness 53 291 Concerning Translations 60 573 Confessions of a Contributor.... 42 242 Confessions of a Housebreaker... 52 419 Confessions of an Idealist 62 285 Confusion of Hes 47 578 Confidence 46 141 Confidential Conversation, A.... 42 238 Conscientious, Plain - Spoken Man, A 40 487 Constancy in Fiction 40 103 Contingent Courage 39 360 Contributors in Florida 41 791 Contributors View of it, A 54 848 Contributors View of Words worths Ode on the Intima tions of Immortality, A 49 428 Conversation 60 715 Conversion-Proof 44 802 Cooks, Mr. Joseph, Misquota tion of Lowell 41 798 Corot and the Story of Avis 42 640 Correct Accent 47 732 Corrupting Influences of the Postal Card 39 487 Cousins 44 792 Crazy-Quilt Memory, The 57 570 Criticism of a Critic 56 138 Criticism of the Massachusetts Version of Eliots Oak, A 39 749 Crockers Saving versus Spend ing 43 256 Cruelty to Persons and Readers of Fiction 41 388 Cry from the Abyss, A 45 137 Culture 39 622 Culture of the Young Imagina tion . 49 569 Culture versus Cakes and Ale... 41 125 Cure for Nerves, A 46 578 Cure for Vampire Women 41 545 Curious Coincidence, A 40 94 Curious Little Book, A 40 493 Curious Result of the New Pen manship Method 51 135 Curious Shakespearean Facts. ... 41 538 Curse of Cheap Libraries 47 585 Curse of Exterioration 46 143 Dakota Blizzard, A 62 854 Dames of Labor 58 712 Danger of a little Scientific Learn- 45 425 Danicheffs, The 40 235 Dark Wisdom in an English Critic.40 485 Das Ewigweibliche in Little Girls.59 279 Daudet, Alphonse 53 724 Day on the Mountain, The 62 852 Debt we owe to Motley, The... .40 369 Debts and Property 41 35~ Decline of Reading, The 51 425 Decorations of Trinity Church, The 39 231 Defense of Gents 45 856 Deficient American Girl 46 143 Delicate Business, A 60 855 Delusive Quotations 46 143 Deplorable Improvements 49 856 Deronda Professorship, The 39 489 Descent of Man, The 43 815 Destructive Americanisms 41 668 Devotion to English Orthography a Blind Idolatry 42 111 Dextrous Touch, The 55 137 Dialect Difficulties 57 136 Dickinsons (Miss) Failure 39 108 Dictionaries for Different Ages. .57 565 Dies Irte, The 53 723 Dilutions of Dosia 42 648 Disadvantages of Small Town Life 46 139 Disappointed Reader of Tour guineff 40 482 Disappointing Book, A 48 572 Disenchanting Illustrations 50 282 Disenchantment 44 674 Dogs 54 281 Domestic Touches in Fiction 43 396 Dou Jose 55 137 Do Still Waters Run Deep 9 45 429 Doubts of Tourgu~neffs Great ness 39 613 Dramatic Capabi~lities of the Pho nograph 41 543 Dramatic Form in Fiction 39 486 Dullness of English Fiction 45 715 Duty of a Reviewer, The 43 534 Ear for Grammar, An 46 287 Earths Ice Supply, The 50 284 Earth-Spirits Voices, The 60 423 Eccentricities of Conduct 54 139 Editors Ordeal, An 45 138 Editors Side of a Contributors Grievances 42 497 Educatioii of X~iTOmeII in the Re naissance 47 722 Egotism of Love, The 62 573 47 Contributors Club Contributors Club Eliots, George, Admirers Classi fied 39 105 Eliots, George, Dramatic Art... 47 724 Eliots, George, Proper Field... .39 235 Elongated Classics 39 225 Endless and Evanescent 39 621 End of Macleod of Dare, The.. .43 259 Enemies of Books 47 586 English Americanism, An 41 796 English and American Acting.. .42 646 English and Aincrican Society Novels 48 570 English Gentlemen Farmers 44 668 English Hospitality 47 140 English Idiotism, An 43 812 English Manners and other Man ners 45 288 Episcopal Palace in America, An 40 490 Epitaph on Erotion 47 873 Erring Accents 42 376 Eternal Punishment and an Inde- pendent Press 41 389 Ethics of Plagiarism, The 54 136 Ethics of the Plank at Sea 58 575 European Journalists Experi ence,A 43 667 Evading Taxation 48 285 Every Age its own Arch~ological Society 40 239 Every Man his own Poet 44 253 Evil Effects of Over-Praise, The .60 418 Exacting Art, An 45 714 Examination of Shakespeares Tomb 42 107 Extermination, Choosing a Class of People for 58 575 Extraordinary Family Portrait, An 42248 Failure of a Good Play .43 814 Fairview or Plainfield 57 136 Fantastic Associations 46 584 Farjeon 42 114 Farm Villages 39 748 Fate Element in Great Men, The.60 718 Fate of Idealists, The 54 573 Fault-Fimidingas a Means of Hap- piness 61 852 Faults and Faults 52 848 Faults or Defects 59 708 Favorable View of Self - Con ceit, A 58 428, Fawcetts, Mr. Edgar, Poetry. .39 231 Features of the New York Academys Exhibition 40 105 Feline Education 40 236 Felt Location of the I, The.. .59 139 Feminine Chronology 41 667 Fiction and Reality 41 130, 394 Fiction as an Art 55 282 Figure Fancies 45 856 48 Fine Arts not Respectable for Women, The 42 374 Fire Worship 51 279 First Advocate of Women s Rights, The 47 868 First American Poet, The 54 282 Fiskes Lectures 47 583 Fitness of our Houses for Pic tures 42 248 Flaws in A Hopeless Cases... .46 439 Fleabody and other Queer Names.42 249 Fly-Trapper, The 52 715 Following the Plow 54 138 Forgotten Literary Phenome non, A 60 134 Forgotten Reformer, A 55 853 Fortunes of Shakespeare 51 281 Found Venuss Slipper 54 285 Fragment of a Confession about Pauline, The 49 570 Franklin Clock, A 39 489 Free Will of the Bonfire 58 279 French and English 53 435 French Idea of Hawthorne, A.. .55 428 French of Stratford-atte-Bo~ve. .51 134 French Original of Lucile 47 136 French Quotations 43 812 French Romance of American Life, A 45 853 Freimch Words in Emmghislm Novels .52 285 Frieimdship, Ideal and Actual... .57 571 Friendships, Hap-Hazards of our.57 857 Frisky Youth of the World, The. 59 138 From a Traveling Contributor. .52 428 From Large Farms to Less 45 574 From the Sublime to tIme Ridicu lous 44 258 Frost and Moonshine 53 722 Funeral of Thiers, Tlme 40 747 Future Christianity 45 422 Gautiers Ekgie in Englislm 54 428 Gemmius and Talent 45 428 Genius without Sense 40 491 Genteel Southern Dictioim 41 256 Geimtlemen Contracted 46 142 Gents iim Poetry 46 142 Geograplmical Names 51 853 Georgian Giants 41 256 Germamm and American ~~~ives... 48 140 German Lyric Poetry vs. Freimclm .59 712 German Opera and thme Voice... .62 848 Ghost of a Poem, Thme 44 548 Gigouxs, M. Jean, Souvenirs... .55 714 Gilberts (Mr. W. S.) Plays.... 39 232 Girl Graduate at Leipzig, A 44 708 Girllmood on the American Plan.. 43 399 Girl of the Period to the P ssion ate Shepherd 52 429 Girl Stmmdent at Cambridge, Eng land, A 42 637 Goetlmes Immorality 40 494 Contributors Club Contributors Club Going to Europe by Proxy 49 282 Good Inheritance, A 52 855 Good of Second Best 46 725 Good Society Novels 49 136 Good Things in Mr. Walt Whit mans Poetry 40 749 Good Things of our Friend as his Compensations, The 59 138 Gossamer 50 714 Goulds (Mrs.) Home for Waifs in Rome 39 366 Grace with a Grain of Salt.... 59 853 Great Kentucky Crow Roost, The.42 641 Great Losses and Small Gains.. .56 572 Grimness of Country Life 43 257 Guardiaa Spectre, A 45 710 Gwen 44 402 Habitat of the Black-Tailed Deer.42 508 Hamerton, Mr., and the Gable on Chalet 42 250 Hardy, Thomas 43 260 H Malady Again 57 715 H and R in the American Language 53 290 Hap-Hazard of our Friendships .57 857 Happy Endings 54 134 Hardships of the Novelist of the Day 39 620 Hardys Strength as a Novelist. .44 672 Harmonious Tiiits of Insects and Vegetation 39 618 Harold in Drama 39 489 Harvards Great Men 44 254 Hawthorne, A French Idea of.. .55 428 Hawthornes Chemistry 39 743 Head of Medusa, The 47 587 Health as a Condition of Suc- cess 60 138 He and his Cure 46 863 He Protests 51 569 Heroes 44 801 Heroines Age, The 51 573 Heroines of Fiction 50 852 H~sh, hizer, himer 42 773 He who Runs may Read 45 708 High Art at the Museum 49 570 High Dutch Idea of Us, A 44 255 Historical Costumes 48 428 Historical Value of the Vinland Sagas, The 60 856 Historic Value of Municipal Gorging 40 95 Hoarding and Saving versus Spending 43 398 Holiday for Inanimate Things... 56 285 Homicidal Excesses of Authors in Fiction 39 485 Hopes Anastasius 40 97 Horace on Violin Collecting.... 43 814 Household Art School of Poetry .47 720 Household Art Tragedy, A 42 116 49 How does America mark us for her own9 43 394 How do Professional Authors work? 43 401 How one Professional Writer Works 44 399 How the Jackknife came by its Name 47 584 How to Economize Time in Read ing and Writing 59 423 How to Introduce Spelling Re- form 42 117 Human Nature in Chickens 58 282 Hunt, Leigh, and Barry Corn wall 50 280 Ignorant Criticism 53 578 Illustrated Art Journals 48 715 Imagination, Creative and Recep tive 53 146 Imaginative Botany 41 541 Immorality of Violin Collecting. .43 397 Impertinence of Editors 42 239 Impossibility of Impartiality... .45 714 Improvements in English Man ners 47 444 Improving Epigram, An 45 857 Imprudence of Honest Industry, The 42 373 Inanimate Things, Holiday for. .56 285 Inborn Wickedness of Blondes. .47 137 Inconstancy of Heroines 39 618 Indexes to Civilization 51 138 Indian Names 48 716 Individuality of Dogs 48 430 Inequalities of Fate 49 284 Infant Morality 61 855 Injuriousness of Bad Rhymes.... 46 725 Injuriousness of New Literature .45 571 Injurious Self-Sacrifice 41 798 Injustice to Mr. White, An 47 581 Inquisitor of the Fourteenth Cen tury, An 55 278 Insight, A Plea for 56 571 Insincere Word, An 47 728 Intellectual and Spiritual Aris tocracy 49 716 Intellectual Morale 50 283 International Shibboleth, An.... 55 136 Invasion of the Nursery 41 127 Involuntary Poetry 57 858 Is God Good 9 49 852 Is he Capable of Culture 9 42 641 Is it Nonsense 9 59 282 Is the Best lost in Literature ?.. .43 402 Is there a New Poet 9 57 429 I, The Felt Location of the.... 59 136 Jamess Last Story 43 106 Jamess Method 43 259 Jamess, Mr., Method in Fiction .39 741 James, Mr., and the London Spectator 47 871 Contributors Club Contributors Club Jananschek in Bleak House 39 234 Japanese Poets 47 731 Jest not in the Comedy, A 41 393 Jews iu Life and in Fiction 40 488 KeeperIn and the BlurterOut, The 59 709 Kingsley, Charles 39 365 Known and Unknown in Magazine Work 47 581 Labiches Admission to the Acad emy 47 729 Lack of American Philosophers. .47 442 ~ Lack of Literary Conscience, A. .39 233 Ladies Club, A 47 298 Landors, Robert, Dramas 40 489 Landscape in the Face, The 51 856 Language, The Proposed Univer sal 61 427 Language of the Future 46 141 Last Excesses of Realism in Lit erature 39 610 Later Advice 52 429 Laughter as a Mode of Expression.59 427 Law of Eavesdrip, The 52 856 Leaflet, A 52 141 Learning to Fly 50 854 Led Horses 43 402 Left-Over Expression of Counte nance, The 59 277 Lenten Bit, A 59 567 Le Pages Picture of Jeanne DArc 48 283 Letter from General Grant before Vicksburg, A 42 108 Letter 0, The 54 135 Letter to Alexander Hamilton, A.43 112 Light Touch, The 50 282 Likely 45 428, 856 Lion and Una, The 56 572 Literary Contrast, A 54 426 Literary Fashions in Heroines.. .55 425 Literary Pessimism 51 427 Literary Plunderers 41 393 Literary Sailors Experiment, A .42 499 Literary Style 56 427 Literary Taste in the South 42 245 Literature, Provincial Influence in.56 715 Local Color 51 136 Localism in Literature 42 771 Local Nomenclature 40 367 Local Patriotism 46 438 Logicians Poetics, A 60 57$ Long Calls 53 146 Longfellows Sonnet on Eliots Oak 39 623 Lost Art, A 45 713 Lost Lover Once More, A 42 505 Lost Rs, The 39 745 Love in Fiction 44 400 Love of Definitions, The 50 135 Lucid Interval, A 60 858 Luxurious Starvation 43 401 Lyric of Gautiers, A 48 572 Madame R~camier and Chateau briand 42 509 Madame Virot 54 570 Madcap Violet 40 101 Magazine Contributors 43 528 Maiden and Married Fiction... .41 666 Making of Plays, The 54 136 Mallock as a Moralist 42 644 Mallock on Scientific Superficial ity 44 668 Mallocks, Mr., Bad English 46 720 Management of the Mind while hearing Music, The 58 137 Manners for Statues 40 241 Man of Truth 45 132 Maple-Seed, a Fantasy 47 727 Marriage in Novels and in Real Life 45 142 Maryland Country Life not Grim 43 535 Materials for American Fiction. .42 248 Maxim-Making 44 802 Measurement of Time 58 856 Mediocrity, Temptations of 56 428 Mediumistic Peculiarity, A 42 117 Memorable Chance of Travel, A .47 133 Mens Women and Womens Men.44 117 Mind, On Changing the 56 140 Mind as a Bad Portrait Painter, The 58 569 Mind-Reading by Common Sense.59 276 Misappropriated Traditions 52 856 Misconceiving Shakespeare 43 116 Missionary Work of Pinafore... .44 252 Mistaken Circumflex, A 41 797 Misused Words 50 139 M. M. (The) 56 280 Modern Eden, A 43 106 Mode~rim Readers Complaint, A. .50 429 Modified Spelling Reform 45 138 Money, A Timonian Meditation on 59 134 Monotony of Cultured People. .. .41 132 Monotony of our Minds 57 427 Moodys, Mr., English 41543 Moral Cross-Breeds 53 864 Moral Difference between Men and Women, A 39 233 Moral of Hettys Strange History, The 41 252 Moral Perplexity, A 52 716 More Remarks on Realism 62 846 Mormon Poetry 42 645 Morriss and Surreys Virgil.... 39 621 Morriss and Tennysons Media valism 39 102 Mortality of Funerals 46 437 Most Pathetic Figure in Story, The 58 716 Contributors Club Contributors Club Mother Goose Element in the Best of Poets 58 858 Mothers in Fietion 45 286 Mothers not Absent from Fietion.45 709 Motive of Daniel Deronda, The. .39 104 Motto for the Waste-Basket 53 291 Musical Critic, The 40 106 My Intimate Enemy 39 106 Names, The Science of 62 134 National American Beggars 44 258 Nations Inventors of Flowers of Rhetoric, The 42 107 Nature and Music 48 855 Nature and Natures Lovers.... 50 716 Nature as an Intimate 57 567 Natures Mind-Cure 60 422 Natures Music 52 851 Need of an Enlarged Critical Vocabulary, The 41 260 Need of Financial Education for Women 47 138 Neglected Accomplishment, A... 52 850 Neglected Essential of Culture, A.44 393 Negro Hymns 42 371 Nem. Con 50 429 Nerves and the Soul, The 39 106 New Definition of the Word Lady 48 849 New Earth in the Old Earths Arms, A 62 283 New England Coquette, The... .42 503 New England Reformers 54 713 New England Village Life, Real and Imaginary 43 806 New Face on a Familiar Fact, A.39 234 New Feature in Cincinnati Faience.45 135 New German Poet, A 43 530 New Kind of Criticism, A 40 102 New Pronoun Wanted, A 42 639 New Sort of Lectures, A 39 488 New Standard of Prices for Books, A 39 107 New Verb, A 39 108 New York Society in American Fiction 39 364 Ninety in the Shade 52 427 No Copyright on Thought 50 570 Non-Pecuniary Rewards of Lit erature 44 119 Nonsense, Is it ? 59 282 Norwegian Note, A 48 854 No-Sex Series 43 397 Note on Comas, A 50 146 Note on Mocking-Birds, A 55 428 Notes from a Norse Musician... .51 714 Nouveau Cultiv~ 58 571 Novelists Attitude, The 39 746 Novels 44 796 Nuts and Kernels 58 715 Oak Galls 53 863 Odds in Poets 40 370 51 Odd Stick, An 48 571 Of Books 62 571 Offers 43 392 Of Flowers 58 428 Old Campaigner, An 58 570 Old English Confections and Customs 54 428 Old-Fashioned .ZEstheticism 49 715 Old-Fashioned Novels 48 428 Old Fugue Tune, The 58 715 Old Heads on Young Shouldeis. .46 453 Old Letters 44 546 Old Morton 59 137 Old Pewter 48 846 Old Wives and Young Husbands.47 138 On a Certaiu Remark of Mr. Thackerays 47 725 On a Passage in Cowper 51 852 On a Passage in I. Henry IV.... 46 861 On Being Ignorantly Praised... .58 857 On Changing the Mind 56 140 On Courage; by a Coward 50 427 On Keeping the Peace 57 281 On Receiving a Copy of Palmers Odyssey 55 140 On Some Provincialisms in Shake speare 48 850 On Talking Shop 56 136 One and the Other, The 53 437 One Aspect of the Paris Salon.. .52 711 One Left 47 732 One Reward of Literary Labor. .45 858 Ones Good Things Anticipated. .43 676 Open Letter to Crayon Bleu, An.60 856 Opera, Republican 59 568 Optimistic View of Hydrophobia, An 44 398 Origin of Certain Old Sayings.. .52 849 Origin of Nursery Songs 43 403 Origin of Skedaddle 40 748 Origin of Some Western Names.47 733 Our Middle States Country Folks.41 128 Our Poverty in Memoirs and Au tobiographies 41 129 Ourselves as a Lively Gaul beheld 39 745 Our Windows 41 800 Out of Doors with the Poets... .52 424 Over-Production and its Remedy.44 117 Overrated Book, An 39 738 Owen Merediths Plagiarisms.... 47 577 Owning and Owing for a House. .43 814 Owning a Thing and Owing for It.43 256 Paper without a Party, A 39 109 Paradoxers 39 490 Paraphrase from Moschus, A... .48 571 Paraphrases of Anacreon 50 718 Partial 42 650 Passages from Letters of Bryant.45 714 Peat Fires 49 139 Pennsylvania Names in Canada. .41 392 Contributors Club Contributors Club Pepino .39 363 Perils of Shrewdness, rThe 53 721 Persian Forms in German Verse .55 716 Persistence of Associated Ideas. .55 281 Personal Atmospheres 49 566 Persons in Tourguineffs Terres Vi~rges 40 481 Pessimism, What is 61 716 Pet Superstitions 45 134 Pet Words 45 287 Phases of Culture 40 99 Phenomenon of Dreams, A 60 716 Physical Force in Ethics 39 487 Pianists as Advertising Agents. .39 229 Picture which Verse cannot Pnint.40 101 Pitch Pine Meditation, A 62 427 Pity the Spring Poets 43 809 Players Exit, A . . .61 714 Plea for Ignorance Books 45 137 Plea for Insight, A 56 571 Plea for Tears, A 50 281 Pleasant People 61 569 Pleasant Rooms 49 567 Plentiful Lack of Good Books for the Young 45 852 Plot and Character .... 52 282 Poe and his Many Lives 46 286 Poem by Daudet, A 44 798 Poem of the Future, A 43 671 Poetasters of onr Time, The 42 649 Poetry and Moral of Samuel Bass.43 110 Poets as Naturalists 45 417 Poet Who Merits Remembrance, A 39 619 Point of View 59 572 Points of Mlle. Bernhardts Act ing 47 296 Politics in Southern Life .50 425 Poor Man taxed out of House and Home, A 43 108 Poster of the Fnture, The 41 540 Pot-Pourri 46 142 Poverty of New England Geo graphical Names 43 813 Power of the Boston Lectureship.41 795 Praised, On Being Ignorantly.... 58 857 Prefaces 49 424 Presentation Copies 42 772 Preacher and Listener 40 751 Prevention of Literacy 46 722 Prices of Books 39 488 Printed Scandal 42 240 Professional Authorship 43 869 Pronunciation of Montaigne, The .49 855 Proof of Social Decadence 45 575 Proof-Readers and Authors 44 401 Proposal to violate Shakespeares Tomb 41 798 Proposed Universal Language, The 61 427 Prose and Poetry 41 390 52 Prose and Poetry 43 672 Protest on behalf of the Friends and Relatives of Authors 44 118 Provincial Dullness 49 426 Provincial Influence in Literature.56 715 Prudence 46 727 Pseudonyms 57 427 Psychological Heredity 41 796 Psychology of Interruptions 58 283 Public Feeling abont the Old South 40 93 Public Interest in Private Affairs .41 390 Purely Oriental Thought 39 366 Q. P. Index, the Readers Friend.47 295 Quality of Boston Music Culture, The 42 769 Qneer Bit of Philology, A 42 109 Question in the Catechism, A... .47 872 Qnestion of Accents, A 49 139 Question of Dates, A 44 847 Question of Poetry and Prose.. .42 367 Qnick Temper 62 428 Railway Impressions 53 144 Real Character in Daniel Deronda, The 39 366 Realism, More Remarks on 62 846 Realism for Realisms Sake 60 572 Realism in Art 47 730 Realism of the Beautiful 40 368 Recommending of Books and Friends, The 59 280 Recurrent Dreams 45 859 Rediscovery of Books, The 51 715 Red Leaves on the Snow, The... 59 275 Reforming the Hyphen 43 114 Relations between Authors and their Characters, The 59 855 Relic of the Middle Ages, A.... 55 275 Remedy for our Dangerous Ten dencies 42 643 Reminiscence of Emerson, A... .50 424 Reminiscences of George Fuller.54 424 Removal of Duties on Imported Books 39 359 Republican Opera 59 568 Rescue of Martin Kozsta 50 571 Rest for the Sunflower Desired, A.43 814 Revival of Quakerism 47 440 Rhymed Letter by Lowell, A... .53 576 Rhymes not intended to teach Pronunciation 46 867 Right and the Wrong Lobby, The 41 664 Right Away an Etymolog ical Juggle 55 856 Right-Minded Contributor, A.. .45 573 Rite of Pulse and Brawn, The.. .43 675 Robins Habits in the South 44 797 Romantic Dispositions 58 426 Roof Tree, A 55 710 Rosamonds Risk 43 812 Contributors Club Contributors Club Royal Road to Learning, A 43 536 Rural Appreciations of Fine Scenery 45 430 Russian Mournfulness, The 57 280 Russian Note, A 52 285 Russian Novelist, A 48 423 Sagas, The Historical Value of the Vinland 60 856 Sailors Sweetheart, A 47 445 Sambos Solution of the Labor Question 40 620 Sauce for the Latin Goose and English Gander 61 281 Saxe Holms Botany and Origi nality Defended 42 111 Scarlet Letter on the Stage, The .39 367 Schoffs Engraving of Rowses Emerson 44 114 Schools of Acting 40 484 Science of Names, The 62 136 Secret of a Books Success, The. .42 505 Secret of Madame R~camier. ... 48 137 Secret of the Charm in Certain Sonnets 57 713 Secrets of Authorship, The 56 716 Selections in Art 44 670 Self-Conceit, Favorable View of.58 428 Self-Ennobled Frenchmen and Germans 46 283 Selfishness of Goethe, The 44 403 Seniority of Wives 46 864 Sensitive Plant, The 51 572 Servants 40 492 Seton, Mrs 44 549 Shabby Piracy, A 40 619 Shakespeare a Racker of Orthog raphy 47 438 Shakespeare on the Circulation of the Blood . .44 799 Shakespeare versus Harvey 43 812 Shenandoah Spinster, A 44 665 Shilly Chalet . .42 109 Shilly Chalet 42 189 Shirlaws Pictures 47 295 Shop, On Talking 56 136 Short-Hand Writing 60 283 Show Culture 46 437 Silent People as Misjudged by the Noisy 59 277 Similitudes, Charms of .57 282 Simple Story, A 57 139 Sir Oracle 57 568 Skedaddle, Origin of 40 748 Slaughter of the Cheyennes 43 529 Slipperiness of Certain Words.. .58 281 Slippery Discoveries 48 855 Slipshod Style of Endymion.... .47 445 Smiles .... 50 574 Snubbed Middle Class 46 582 Some Hints about Foreign No bility 55 711 Some Memories of Allston 47 292 Some Mistakes of Mr. Whites. .42 643 Some Street Notes 48 710 Some Yankee Talk 39 615 Sonnetade, A 49 713 Sonnets, Secret of the Charm in. .57 713 South American Enthusiast, A... 46 288 South Carolina Cracker Dia- lect in The Bishops Vagabond, The 53 436 Southern Family, A 46 433 Southern Railroads 46 433 Southern Society and Superstition.46 434 Southern Woman, A 43 811 S.P. C. A.inthe Egg 50 716 Spelling Reform 41 391; 42 504 Sphinx Family, The 52 137 Spoffords, Mrs., Superiority to Clarence Cook on Household Art 41 793 Stedman, Mr., Misquoted and Misunderstood 41 793 Stephens, Leslie, Life of Pope.. .46 721 Steps toward a Reasonable Or thography 41 257 Stevenson, Mr., and Mr. James. .62 137 Still Fashionable in Boston 41 541 Still Waters not Necessarily Deep.60 133 Story of Ancient Egyptian Life, A.47 589 Storys Busts of Shelley and Keats.39 100 Strange Piece of Impudence, A.. 40 363 String 44 404 Studying from Nature 44 547 Study of Greek, The 39 234 Style in Literature 47 443 Success, Health as a Condition of 60 138 Suggestiveness of Unread Books, The 50 568 Sully Prudhomme, Three Sonnets of 52716 Sun-Myths and Moon Hoaxes... 43 676 Supernatural in Fiction 45 136 Superstition about Literary Men .43 255 Surf-Bathing at Hilo, Hawaii... .44 394 Tauchnitzs Liberality 47 141 Temptations of Mediocrity, The .56 428 Tempting Providence 52 847 Tennyson as a Dramatist 40 102 Tennysons Talking Oak and Draytons Quest of Cynthia.. .40 367 Terrible Old Friend in Fiction, A.41 259 Texan Tolerance 52 282 Thackeray, Uncollected Papers of.45 426 That Middle-Aged Young PersonSi 858 The One and The Other . .52 575 They, Singular Number 43 258 Things We Meant to Say, The.58 142 Thirteen-Hat Boy A 43 254 Thistle 56 857 Those Two in the Bush 51 857 Contributors Club Contributors Club Three Sonnets of Sully Prud homme 54 716 Threshold Flower 58 284 Time, Measurement of 56 85G Timonian Meditation on Money, A 59 134 Titles 44 400 Titles and Debts are Property... 40 622 To and From 52 716 Tourgu~neffs Heroines 41 396 Tourgu~neffs Marianne again.40 615 Town Furnace, A 47 438 Traits of Cherbuliezs New Book.40 617 Traits of Fechters Hamlet 40 97 Traits of Mr. Jamess Criticism. .42 508 Tramps 45 717 Translation from B~ranger, A.. .53 292 Trausmigrations of a Fever Patient 56 858 Travel, Futility of 45 707 Travellers Tales 40 744 Treatment of Sensitive Plants, The 52 423 Tree Planting 52 574 Triteness of Situations in Fiction .39 744 True and False Culture 40 624 Truthfulness as a Possible Defect.61 284 Turning Points 53 862 Tweed as a Spectacle, Moral and Material 40 623 Twelfth String, The 51 570 Two Dromios in Every Mans Comedy of Errors, The 59 714 Two Georges, The .. .. .54 853 Two Kinds of Extremists 39 364 Two Objections to Spelling Re form 58 141 Types not iEsthetically Attrac tive 39 368 Tyranny of Stature, The 52 284 Uncle Sam himself a Cheat 43 805 Uncle Sam is a Cheat 44 550 Uncle Sam, Is he a Cheat 9 44 254 Uncollected Papers of Thack eravs 45 426 Unconscious Humorists 39 233 Unequal Marriages in Fiction.. .40 365 Ungathered Flowers 51 854 Unintentional Humor 40 239 Unlearnable Things 45 849 Unnecessary Munificence of the Postal Department toward Authors 40 36~4 Unprofessional Glance at the Watts Pictures, An 55 424 Unpublished Sonnet by D. G. Rossetti, An 50 285 Unreligion of Recent Novels.... 44 120 Unwelcome Counselor of the Humdrum Duty, The 59 280 Use and Beauty of Archery 44 548 54 Use of Gents 45 857 Use of Tiles in Architecture 41 392 Uses of Prosperity 43 113 Uses of Stupid People 47 587 Vagaries of Childhood 55 851 Value of Dedications in Musical Compositions 48 138 Versus Long Deliberations 52 138 Vice of Confidential Comment.. .47 585 Vicissitudes of Verse 61 138 Village Question, The 44 546 Visit to the Rev. John Jasper, A.55 138 Vital Personality of Authors.... 40 371 Vulgar Abuse of Flowers, The.. .47 578 Vulgarity, What is 60 281 Wagner, Richard, in Paris 51 709 Wagners and G~romes Chariot Races 39 483 Wandering Gs, The 39 619 Wanted: A Friend 57 712 Wanted: A Non-Smoking Hero.43 536 Warning Note, A 62 715 Was Harvey the First Discoverer of the Circulation of the Blood ?.45 421 Washington Crows 53 580 Water-Fowl, A 53 438 Weak Points of Feebters Hamlet.40 483 Webster, Daniel, Saw It 54 134 Webster, New Unabridged Edi tion of 45 418 Welsh Rabbit and other Fallow Deer 40 490 Western Obituary, A 48 716 What a Woman would have done.44 397 What constitutes an Interesting Character 40 238 What if I were called to speak after Dinner 39 620 What is Pessimism 9 61 716 What is the Oldest Thing in the World ~ 59 710 What is Vulgarity 9 60 281 What Pessimism is. . . 62 136 Whats in a Name 9 46 281 When Ignorance is Bliss 41 544 Which Society9 43 670 White, Mr. R. G., among the Composers 40 236 Whites (Mr.) Jago 48 421 Why Authors should sketch 39 742 Why Persons of Sense act like Fools 61 423 Why we dont write Letters.... .45 140 Wild Flowers 54 854 Winslows, Captain John A., Birthplace 42 650 Winter Flies 53 288 Winter Problem, A 61 567 Winters Departure 49 714 Wires Down 57 572 Wishing for To-Morrow 54 571 Contributors Club Cook Woman who shuts her Eyes, The .53 287 Women and Arithmetic .39 108 Womens Recognition of Womens Beauty 45 419 Womens Worship of Women. . .42 502 Woodland Mysteries 50 136 Word about Dictionaries, A 54 428 Word for Silent Partners, A.... 61 136 Word for Slang, A 49 138 Word not n]ade for Gentlemen but Gents, A 45 422 Word with Mr. George Mere- dith, A 59 854 Words, Amulets in 58 573 Words of the Period 44 671 World, The Frisky Youth of the 59 138 Worlds Judgments 46 723 Wreck of the Grosvenor in Real Life 44 258 Writers Staircase Emendations, The 59 140 Yankee Accent on English Tongues, A 39 485 Yankee Dialect in Deep- haven 40 100 Yankee Doodle at the Centennial .39 102 Yankeeisms 53 286 Young Abraham Cupid 43 673 Young Mrs. Jardine 45 857 Convent School of the Last Cen- tury, A, S. C. Woolsey 62 797 Conversational Opinions of the Lead- ers of Secession, J. Cook 10 613 Conversation on the Stage, A, K. Field 21 270 *Conversations on Art Methods (Thomas Couture; S. E. Stewart, trans.) 44 679 *Conversations with Distinguished Persons during the Second Empire, from 1860 to 1863 (W. Nassau, Senior), H. W. Preston 49 109 Convivial Songs, C. D. Shanly. .. . .22 150 Convulsionists of St. M~dard, The, R. D. Owen 13 209, 339 Conway, Monoure Daniel Chess 5 662 Then and Now in the Old Domin- ion 9 493 My Lost Art 10 22~ Benjamin Banneker, the Negro Astronomer 11 79 Golden Wedding 11 454 Robert and Clara Schumann. .. .12 285 Richard Cobden 15 724 *The Ring and the Book (Brown ing) 23 256 The Romance of a Family 42 11 A Geologic Ramble on the WealcISO 340 55 *(Conway, Moncure Daniel) The Rejected Stone; The Golden Hour, J. Weiss 10 644 Conyers, Susanna Elizabeth Sara Sheppard 10 498 Cook, Clarence *Grand Cafion of the Yellowstone (Moran) 30 246 *Wards Statue cf Shakespeare. .30 372 *Wards Statues and The Na tions Mistake 30 751 *The Household Art Company... 31 244 *Wards Shakespeare arid The Nation 31 246 *The Heliotype and its Uses.. .. .32 245 *Leonardo da Vincis Drawings in the Codice Atlantico 32 630 *Blancs Granimar of Painting and Engraving (with C. P. La throp) 34 244 *Mrs Clements Handbook of Painters 33 247 *Histoire de la Verrerie dans lan tiquit~ (Deville) 33 248 *Th~orie de lOrnement 33 248 *Metropolitan Museum in New York 33 502 *An~erican Society of Painters in Water-Colors 33 504 *Nouveaux Mdanges Arch~olo giques (Cahier) 33 504 *The Corcoran Gallery 33 630 *New York National Academy. .33 753 *Dr. Schliemanns Discoveries... 33 753 *History of Modern German Art (Reber) 34 123 *Morans Chasm of the Colorado .34 375 *Letter from a National Acade- mician, and Comments 34 506 *A Second Letter from a National Academician 35 248 *Water..Color Societys Exhibi tionin New York 35 508 The New Catholic Cathedral in New York 43 173 Letter to J. R. G. Hassard 43 415 Cook, Frank Gaylord The Laws Partiality to Married Women 58 311 The Marriage Celebration in Europe 61 245 The Marriage Celebration in the Colonies 61 350 The Marriage Celebration iii the United States 61 520 Reform in the Celebration of Marriage 61 630 Cook, Joseph Conversational Opinions of the Leaders of Secession 10 613 *The Ancient City (Coulanges). .33 625 Cooks Counting *The Conservation of Energy (Balfour Stewart) 33 749 *On Missions (Max Muller) 33 750 *Modern Doubt and Christian Be lief (Christlieb) 34 499 Cooks Tourist in Spain, A 54 33, 191 Cooke, Mrs. Rose Terry. (See, also, Terry, Rose) Pennas Daughter 35 270 The Thin~ which lath been shall be 35 408 The Antietam Statue 37 574 Freedom Wheelers Controversy with Providence 40 65 The Dream Fay 42 38 The Ballad of Christopher Aske .43 283 Clarys Trial 45 ~ The affron Fly 46 16 All Saints Eve 46 739 Arachne 47 334 Concerning Dead Love 47 477 Some Account of Thomas Tucker.50 177 Coolidge, Susan, pseud. (See Woolsey, Sara Chauncey) *Coolidges, Susan, Verses, G. P. Let hrop 47 429 *Coomassie and Magdala (Henry M. Stanley) 35 114 Cobperative Housekeeping, Z. F. Peirce 22 513, 682 23 29, 161, 286 Cooper, James Fenimore, C. S. fiji- lard 9 52 *Cooper, James Fenimore [Ameri- can Men of Letters] (T. R. Lounsbury), H. E. Scudder... 51 540 *Cooper, James Fenimore, The Novels of, F. H. Underwood. ... 4 394 Cooper, George Winter Woods 25 171 Cooper, Susan Fen~rnore A Glance Backward. 59 199 A Second Glance Backward 60 474 Copeland, Robert Morris Edible Fungi 31 223 *Copleys, New, in the Athen~um, G. P. Latltrop. .... .. .32 504 Copp~e, Fran~ois. F. T. Marzials. . .54 759 Coralie, F. C. Tecicerman 11 472 Coral Islands an Islanders, Some, f. D. Hague 22 36 Corbyn, 3. Howard Buckshot: A Record 54 507 *Corcoran Gallery, The, C. ....... 33 630 Corda Concordia. Read at the Opening Session of the Sum- mer School of Philosophy, at Concord, July 11, 1881, E. C. Stedman 48 179 *Coriieille Inconun (Jules Levallois), T. S. Perry 39 382 Cornucopia, C. P. Cranch 1 535 Cornwalliss Surrender at Yorktown, Political Consequences in Eng- land of, J. Fiske 57 46 Cornwell, H. S. The Spider 42 706 Coronation, H. M. Hunt 23 241 *Coronation (E. P. Tenney), J. M. Bughee 40 381 *Correspoiidance de Henri Regnault (Arthur Dupare), T. S. Perry .31 501 *Correspondance (George Sand), Vol. III., T. Child 51 266 *Correspondai~ce in~dite do la Corn- tesse de Sabran et du Chevalier de Boufflers, T. S. Perr~, 37 246 *Correspondance in5dite da Roi Stanislas-Auguste Poaiatowski et de Madame Genifrin (Charles de Morey), T. S. Perry 37 121 *Correspondence 182569, II. (Sainte-Beuve), T. S. Perry. .43 270 *Correspondence between Goethe and Carlyle (C. B. Norton, ed.), C. E. Woodherry 59 849 *Correspondence of Henry Taylor, The, C. E. Woodberry 62 276 Correspondence of Napoleon Bona- parte, The, J. Partou 25 712 Correspondence with a British Critic, A. C. White 47 697 *Corruption Litt~raire en France, I)e Ia (Cl. Potvin), T. S. Perry 32 754 Corydon to Thyrsis, S. V. Cole 56 750 Corson, Hiram The New Edition of Chaucer.... 45 108 *Cosmic Philosophy, Outlines of, based on the Doctrine of Evo- lution, with Criticisms on the Positive Philosophy (J. Fiske), J. B. Warner 35 616 *Cossacks, The (Count Leo Tolstoy; Eugene Schuyler, trans.), H. W. Preston 42 702 Costs, The Law of, D. A. Wasson. .11 241 *Costiime Historique, Lu (A. Raci net), W. D. Jiowells 40 112, 755 43 122 Counsel, E. Fawcett 30 61 Counterfeit Presentment, A, W. D. Howells 40 148,296, 448 Counterparts, H. B. Bostwiclc 34 226 Counterparts; A Lovers Conceit, J. J. Piatt 34 94 Countess, The, J. C. Whittier 11 626 Countess Laura, C. H. Bolcer 16 143 *Countess of Albany, The (Vernon Lee), H. W. Preston 55 225 Counting and Measuring, C. S. Lang.5 129 Country Crawford *Country By-Ways (Sarah Orne Jewett), H. E. Scudder 49 421 *Coiintry Lioctor, A (Sarah Orne Jewett), H. E. Scudder 54 418 Country Gentleman, A, Al. 0. TV. Ol~phaut .55 88, 228, 372, 507, 577, 803 56 54, 177, 324, 484, 609, 769 57 99,230 *Country Life (R. M. Copeland) J. R. Lowell 4 384 *Country Living and Country Thinkin0 (Gail I~amilton)... .10 771 Country Winter in New Hampshire, H. M. Hunt 27 102 Coup de Grace, The, E. Ii. Sill.... 57 815 Coupon Bonds, J. T. Trowbridge.. .16 257, 399 *Coupon Bonds and other Stories (J. T. Trowbridge) 31 359 Courage, C. Thaxter 25 423 Cour at la Yule de Madrid vers la fin du XVII Si~cle, La (Corn- tesse dAulnoy), T. S. Perry. .34 631 Court Cards, C. J. Sprague 17 178 *Courtin, The (James Russell Lowell) 33 235 Courting of Sister Wisby, The, S. O.Jewett 59 577 *Courtsbip of Miles Standish, The, J. II. Lowell 3 129 *(Cousin, Victor) l~tudes sur Pascal .2 637 Cousin Patty, A. D. Greene 40 226 *Cousin Pollys Gold Mine (Mrs. A. E. Porter) H. TV. Preston. .43 753 Couture, Thomas, Reminiscences of, E. TV. Longfellow 52 233 *Cowper [English Men of Letters] (Goldwin Smith), TV. D. Howells.46 425 Coxe, Christopher Christian Dios Te Do 16 735 *Cozzens, Frederick S., The Works of, TV. D. Howells ... 27 395 Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud. (See Murfree, Mary Noailles) *Cradle of Rebellious, The (Lucien de la Hodde), T. TV. Higginson.15 380 Cradle of the Human Race, The, J. TV. De Forest .. .41 145 Crafts, William A. Is the Railroad Problen~i Solved ?.60 76 Cram, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Life 51 610k Cranch, Christopher Pearse Cornucopia 1 553 The Griudwell Governing Machine .1 576 An Evening with the Telegraph Wires 2 489 Nature and the Philosopher 2 705 Spirits in Prison 2 838 Blondel 4 461 57 Through the Fields to Saint Peters.5 35 The Old Days and the New 6 441 Marion Dale 7 485 The Bobolinks 18 321 A Friend 18 739 A Thrush in a Gilded Cage 23 278 *Art Thoughts (Jaives) 25 252 *The Mystery of Life and its Arts (Ruskin) 25 635 *Life of John Gibson, Sculptor (Eastlake) 26 124 Ode, read at the Festival, cele- brating the Birthday of Mar garet Fuller Ossoli. . .. 26 231 Under the Skylight 26 457 *Pictiires in New York Exhibi tion, 1872 29 374 *G~romes After the Crucifixion.29 507 In a Church 29 576 By the Shore of the River 31 692 The American Pantheon 32 436 *Oldport Days (Higginson) 33 108 *Cominon..Seuse in Religion (Clarke) 33 236 The Lay of Thrym ; or, the Hammer recovered 33 439 *Stories of Infinity (Flammarion).33 497 Young and Old 33 736 *Record of a School (Alcott). .. .34 115 On re-reading Tennysons Priucess.36 78 The Pines and the Sea 36 698 Pennyroyal 37 344 To lone 38 558 A Night Picture 40 34 The Wanderers . ...40 206 Survival of the Fittest 40 524 After-Life 42 199 Seven Wonders of the World: The Printing Press ; The Ocean Steamer; The Locomotive The Telegraph and Tele- phone; The Photograph ; The Spectroscope ; The Micro- phone .43 616 Two Views of It 43 717 A Word to Philosophers 44 381 Wordsworth 45 241 In a Library 45 482 Talent and Genius 45 616 Venice 52 679 Life Beyond 57 644 Crawford, Francis Marion A Roman Singer... 52 1, 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 53 56, 183, 339, 464, 585, 729 Paul Patoff... 59 58, 206, 376, 496, 598, 769; 60 92, 226, 375, 539, 624, 813 *(Crawford, F. Marion) An American Politician, H. E. Scudder.... 55 130 *A Roman Singer, H. E. Scud der 54 421 Crawford Currency *Marzios Crucifix, H. E. Scud der 61 847 *Mr. Isaacs, G. P. Lathrop.... 41 408 *To Leeward, H. E. Scudder.. .53 277 Crawford, Thomas, A Eulogy, G. S. Hillard 24 40 Crawford and Sculpture, G. S. Hil lard 2 64 Crawfords Statues at Richmond, J. W. Howe 8 416 Cream-White and Crow-Black, E. M. De Jarnette 52 470 Credidimus Jovem Regnare, J. R. Lowell 59 246 *Creed and Deed (Felix Adler)... 42 118 Creed of Free Trade, The, D. A. Wells 36 204 Creole Lovers Song, Words by E. C. Stedman, Music by D. Buck.39 492 Cressid, N. Perry 55 476 Cretan Days, W. J. Stillman 20 533 21 326; 22 221 Cretins and Idiots, L. P. Brocleett... .1 410 *Crew of the Sam Weller, The (John Habberton), H. W. Preston 42 699 Crickets, J. Weiss 40 467 *Crin~ea and Transcaucasia, The (J. B. Telfer), T. S. Perry... .41 549 Crime and Automatism, with a No- tice of M. Prosper Despines Psychologie Naturelle, 0. W. Holmes 35 466 *Crime of Henry Vane, The (J. S. of Dale), H. E. Scudder 54 417 Criminal Law at Home and Abroad, F. Wharton 26 69 *Criterion, The (Henry T. Tucker- man) .17 651 *Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (Thomas Carlyle) 5 756 *Critical and Social Essays, from the New York Nation 20 384 *Critieal History of the Doctrine of a Future Life, A (William R. Alger), D. A. Wasson 13 253 Criticism, E. Fawcett 34 66 *Crittendei~, John J., Life of (Mrs. Chapman Coleman), G. A. Ellis 29 753 Crocker, Uriel Haskell Saving versus Spending 42 691 Croombe, G. P. Lothrop 39 595 *Croqiiet, Manuals of, T. W. Hig gin- son 17 772 Crosby. Mnr, aret A Mad FnQishman 60 261 Crowned and Piserowned, B. White.33 653 Crowninshield Benjamin Wil- 11am Sheridan at Winchester 42 683 58 Crucial Experiment, A, J. P. Quincy 59 721 Crude and Curious Inventions at the Centennial Exhibition, E. H. Knight 39 517, 645 40 22, 161, 305, 420, 548, 689 41 19, 224, 288,426 Crude Science in Aryan Cults, E. P. Evans 54 627 Cruikshank, George, in Mexico, G. A.Sala 15 54 *Cruise of the Mystery and other Poems, The (Thaxter), 0. E. Woodherry 59 414 Cruise of the Rappahannock in Cal- ais Harbor, H. B. King 35 696 Cruise on Lake Ladoga, A, B. Tay lor 13 521 Cruise through the Galapagos, A, E. C. Ayassiz 31 579 Crumbs of Travel, J. W. De Forest. .38 696 *Cuba and Back, To (R. H. Dana, Jr.), J. R. Lowell 4 132 Cuba, A Trip to, J. W. Howe. .3 601, 686 4 184, 323, 455 602 *Cuba, A Trip to (Julia Ward Howe) s 510 Cuba, The Conquest of, C. C. Haze- well 12 462 *Cuban Outrages, The, A. C. Sedy wick 29 254 Cullet, J. G. Austin 14 304 Culture, R. W. Emerson 6 343 Culture, Aspects of, R. W. Emerson.21 87 *Culture and Religion (J. C. Sbairp), H. James. 28 252 *Culture of the Old School, G. E. Woodl~erry 55 116 Culver, John Oscar The Plaintiff nonsuited 19 583 Cuniberland, The, H. W. 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Schem, eds.)... .. . 41 807 *Cyclopiedia of Political Science, Political Economy, and the Political History of the United States, Vol. I. (John J. Lalor, ed.), J. L. Laughlin 50 419 *Cyclopiedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens (F. G. De Fontaine) 30 627 Daffodils, L. U. Feuling 41 606 Daily Beauty, 1?. U. White 4 397 Daisy Miller : A Comedy, H. James.51 433, 577, 721 Daisys Fortune-Telling, B. M. Bacon 43 715 *Dale, General Sam, the Mississippi Partisan, Life and Times of (Claiborne) 6 120 Dall, Mrs. Caroline Healy Pioneering 19 403 *(Dana, Charles A.) The Household Book of Poetry 2 768 Dana, Elizabeth Ellery A British Officer in Boston in 1775 39 389,544 Dana, Mrs. Katharine Floyd (Olive A. Wadsworth,pseud.) Our Phil 24 560 Aunt Rosys Chest 30 322 Martys Various Mercies 34 441 Dana, Richard Henry, J. H. Ward .43 518 Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. How we met John Brown 28 1 *(Dana, Richard Henry, Jr.) To Cuba and Back, J. II. Lowell.. .4 132 Dancin Party at Harrisons Cove, The, M. 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Thoreau. . . .41 711 *Days in North India (Macleod).. .26 638 Days Pleasure, A, W. .D. Howells. .26 107, 223, 341 Dayton, Abel Alphonse A Memory 53 216 Day with the Dead, A, W. P. Ray. .6 326 Day with the Shovel-Makers, A, A. Ames 26 367 Deacons Holocaust, The, J. P. Quin cy 12420 Dead Connoisseurs Friends, The, S. M. B. Piatt .37 24 Deaderick, David The Experience of Samuel Ab- salom, Filibuster .. 4 653; 5 38 Dead Feast of the Kol-Folk, The, J. U. Whittier 43 83 Dead House, The, J. R. Lowell 2 618 Dead Level, The, F. Sheldon 24 661 *Dead Marquise,The (Leonard Kip).32 747 Dead Ship of Harpswell, The, J. U. Whittier 17 705 Dear Hands, S. M. Spalding 51 217 Death of Bryant, The, E. C. Sted man 42 747 Death Deming Death of Dominie Quitman, The, M.L. Thompson 32 720 Death of Slavery, The, W. C. Bry ant... 18 120 Deaths Eloquence, R. H. Lathrop. .41 754 *De Bacourts Souvenirs dun Diplo- mate, H. C. Lodge 51 270 *Debatable Land betweeii this World and tbe Next, The (Robert Dale Owen) 29 112 Debbys Debut, L. M. Alcott 12 160 *Decaiups in Les Artistes C~kbres, TV. H. Downes 58 566 Decay of Sentiment, The, A. Rep plier 60 67 December Night, A, E. A. Allen. .41 444 Decline of Duty, The, G. F. Par sons 59 624 Decoration Day, A. D. Alden 41 728 Decoration Day, H. W. Longfellow. .49 807 Decorative Arts, Growth of Con- science in tbe, H. Van Brent.. .42 204 *Deephaven (S. 0. Jewett), W. D. Howells 39 759 Deephaven Cronies, S. 0. Jewett... 36 316 Deephaven Excursions, S. 0. Jewett .38 277 Deep-Sea Damsels, G. W. Hosmer. .16 77 Defeat, The Advantages of, C. E. Norton 8 360 *Defence of Guenevere and other Poems, The (William Morris), W. D. Howells 36 243 Defiance, A. Fields 43 192 Defoe, Daniel, and Thomas Shepard, E. E. Hale 56 85 De Forest, John William Our Skater Belle 3 491 My Neighbor the Prophet 6 309 Charleston under Arms 7 488 A Gentleman of an Old School. .21 546 The Man and Brother 22 337, 414 Love in Mount Lebanon 23 228 A Strange Arrival 23 427 The Drummer Ghost .... 24 1 The Taillefer Bell-Ringings 24 129 The City of Brass 24 389 The Lauson Tragedy 25 444, 565 Kate Beaumont.. .27 70, 184, 298, 446, 573, 726 28 45, 189, 289, 483, 546, 660 An Inspired Lobbyist 30 676 Honest John Vane 32 66, 150, 285; 438, 574 The Cats of Antiquity 33 556 Modern Cats 33 737 The Fastidious Goblin 35 601 Crumbs of Travel 38 696 Forward 40 173 The Cradle of the Human Race. .41 145 The Russians on the Bosphorus. .41 503 Quatrains . 42 403 61 The Other Fellow 42 669 Irene the Missionary.. .43 426, 587, 759 44 64, 172,311, 417, 598 Ciesars Art of War and of Writ ing 44 273 *Cmsar: a Sketch (Froude). ... .. 44 405 Our Military Past and Future.. .44 561 *Farragut 45 688 *(De Forest, John William) Honest John Vane 35 238 *Kate Beaumont, W. 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Thomas.. 47 696 De Mille, James A Comedy of Terrors. .29 36, 147, 275, 434, 587, 716 30 62, 193, 290, 438,598, 663 Deming, Philander Lost 31 218 Lida Ann 33 38 Johns Trial 33 276 Willie 34 51 Benjamin Jacques 35 699 Jacobs Insurance 49 507 Rube Jones 50 686 Tompkins 52 39 A Stranger in the City 56 217 A Lovers Conscience 62 633 Democracy Dexter *iDemocracy, An American Novel, H. E. Scudder 46 421 *Democracy, The History of (Na- hum Capen), F. B. Sanborn. ... 35 624 *Democracy and Monarchy in France (Charles Kendall Adams), H. W. Preston 35 498 *Democracy, and other Addresses (Lowell), G. E. Woodberry ... .59 257 Democracy and the Secession War, C. C. Hazewell 14 505 Democratic Presidential Nomination, The, E. V. Smalley 45 662 *Demonology and Devil-Lore (Mon- cure D. Conway) 43 818 *De Musset, Alfred, Biography of (P. de Musset; Harriet W. Preston, trans.) 41 806 Denslow Palace, The, J. D. Whelpley.2 208 Deodand, W. H. Bishop 46 476 Dc Quincey, Thomas, H. M. Alden. .12 345 *De Quincey, Thomas, The Works of, Riverside Edition, G. P. Lathrop 40 569 *De Quincey, Thomas: His Life and Writings (H. A. Page), G. P. Lathrop 40 570 De Quincey, Some Aspects of, G. P. Lathrop 40 569 *De Quincey: The Avenger, a Nar- rative, and other Papers 3 773 Derby, Elias Hasket American Navigation 7 713 The Embargo 7 713 The Niger and its Explorers 7 623 Fibrilia 8 160 Mail-Clad Steamers 8 227 Resources of the South.. 10 502 What will it cost us 9 17 621 The Finances of the United States .22 494 Our Postal Deficiencies 23 149 The Shipping of the United States .26 82 The French Claims. . . 26 180 The Telegraph and the Post-Of fice 31 230 *Derni~res Pages (George Sand), T. S. Perry...... 41 406 Descent of Fire, The, .1. Fiske 27 529 Descent of Neptune to aid the Greeks, The, From the Thir- teenth Book of the Iliad, W. C. Bryant 25 11~3 Descent of the Muses, The, H. W. - Longfellow 39 294 *Descriptive Ethnology (Latham), C. L. Brace 7 506 De Senectute, F. Sheldon 54 668 Deserted Cabin, The, Mrs. E. R. Lee 44 211 *Desperate Remedies (Thomas Hardy) 34 231 62 Despotism of Party, The, H. Tuttle .54 374 Despot of Broomsedge Cove, The, M. N. Murfree. .61 95, 194, 366, 532, 661, 813 62 68, 230, 398, 536, 674, 808 De Stendhal, A Study of, E. Ben son 40 290 Destiny, T. B. Aldrich 29 549 Destructive Democracy, The, C. C. Hazewell 21 233 Detmold A Romance, W. H. Bishop.40 732 41 76, 189, 273, 409, 553, 697 *Detmold: A Romance (W. H. Bishop), W. D. Howells 44 264 *Deus Homo (Theophilus Parsons) .20 512 Dens Immanens, T. II. Bacon 42 452 *Deutsche komisehe und humoris- tische Dichtimng Seit Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts his auf unsere Zeit, Die (Hub) 1 255 *Deutsche Literaturgeschichte (Rob- ert Koenig), T. S. Perry 47 422 *DeutscheRundschau (Julius Roden- berg, ad.), T. S. Perry 34 752 *Deux Masques, Las (P. de Saint- Victor), Prernii~re S~rie, T. S. Perry 47 288 Development, A. E. 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Lodge 51 556 *Dialogues et Fragments Philo- sophiques (Renan), T. S. Per ry. 38 752 *DiamoiA cut Diamond (T. Adol phus Trollope) 33 619 Diamond Lens, The, F. J. OBrien.. .1 354 Diamonds and Pearls, J. T. Fields .7 361 *Diamonds and Precious Stones, A. G. Browne, Jr 33 624 Diana, J. ill. Thompson 35 421 *Diary, My, North and South (Rus- sell), J. Ii. Lowell 11 391 Diaz, Mrs. Abby Morton Pink and Blue 7 559 The Schoolmasters Story 13 416 Some Account of the Early Life of an Old Bachelor 13 560 The Little Country Girl 14 212 Farmer Hills Diary 18 397 Dickens, Charles Adelaide Anne Proctor 16 739 George Silvermans Explanation. .21 118, 145, 277 On Mr. Fechters Acting. 24 242 Dickens, Charles, Four Months with; during his First Visit to America (in 1842); by his Secretary, G. TV. Putnam. .26 476,591 Dickens, Charles, Some Memories of, J. T. Fields 26 235 *Dickens, Charles, Cyclopmdia of the Best Thoughts of (F. G. De Fontaine) 30 627 *Dickens, Charles, The Life of (John Forster), W. D. Howells. .29 239 31 237 33 621 *Dickens, Charles, Works of, New Illustrated Library Edition, W. D. HoLells 41 669 Dickens, The Genius of, E. P. fVh~pple 19 546 *Dickens, Household Edition of the Works of 7 639; 9 653 Dickens and the Pickwick Papers, E. P. TV/tipple 38 219 *Dickens Dictionary, The (Gilbert A. Pierce) 30 627 Dickenss American Notes, E. P. Whipple 39 462 Dickenss Hard Times, E. P. Wh4t- pie 39 353 *Dickenss Letters, TV. D. Howells .45 280 Dickenss Life, The Shadow on, E. P. TVhtpple 40 227 *Dictionary of Americanisms (J. H. Bartlett), J. II. Lowell 4 638 *Dictionary of English Etymology, A (Wedgwood), J. 1?. Lowell. .. 6 248 *Dictionary of Medical Science (Dunglison) 1 890 *Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words, etc., etc., A, by a London Antiquary, J. A. Lowell 4 638 *Dictionary of Religions Knowl- edge, A (Lyman Ahbott and T. J. Conant, eds.), A. Mc Kenzie 36 112 *Dictionary of the English Lan- guage, An American (Noah Webster), J. N. 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TVood. .. . . .55 759 Dimmock, William Reynolds A Bundle of Old Letters 3 550 *Upper Schools and Colleges. .. .33 637 *Preparatory Schools and Col leges 34 253 *Dimitri Rondine (Ivan Turg6nieff) W. D. Howells 32 369 Ding an sich und andere, Das (Paul Heyse), T. S. Perry 43 549 Dinky, M. B. Brainerd.. . 54 206 Dinner Party, A. Was it a Success? J. Eddy. 30 527 Dinner Speaking: A Letter to my Nephew, E. F. Hale 20 507 *Diniier Year-Book, The (Marion Harland), T. S. Perry 43 684 63 Dios Dodge Dios Te De, C. C. Coxe 16 735 Diplomacy, American, H. T. Tuck erman 22 848 *Diplomacy, American, and the Furtherance of Commerce (Schuyler), H. Tuttle 58 414 Diplomacy of the Revolution, G. W. Greene 15 576 Diplomatic Episode, A, S. J. Bar- rows 56 339 Dirge for a Sailor, C. H. Boker. . . .20 157 Dirge for One who fell in Battle, T. W. Parsons 8 252 Disagreeable People, Concerning, A. K. H. Boyd 10 164 Disappointment, T. S. Collier 56 768 Discord in Feathers, A, 0. T. 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Scudder 49 128 *Dr. Heidenhoffs Process, and other Novels: Dr. Heidenhoffs Pro- cess ; Mary Anerley ; The Virginia Bohemians; Under the Palmetto in Peace and War; Myrtle Lawn ; The Mys- tery of Allanwold; The Gran- dissimes ; A Famous Victory; Christy Carew; Trouhlesome Daughters; The Wellfields Beautys Daughters ; White Wings ; The Dukes Children The Octagon Club ; Tit for Tat ; George Bailey ; Salvage, H. E. Scudder 46 824 Doctor Johns, D. C. Mitchell. .15 141, 296, 449, 591, 681 16 66, 211, 300, 457, 546, 713 17 69, 204, 323, 466, 552, 707 Doctor Molke. A Sketch from Life, L L Hayes 20 43 Doctor Molkes Friends, L I. Hayes .21 36, 198, 485 *Dr. Sevier (George W. Cable), H. E. Scudder 55 121 Dr. Zay, E. S. Phelps.... 49 518, 630, 764 50 28, 206, 325 Doctrine of Evolution, The (Alex ander Winchell) 34 237 *Dociimei~ts relating to New Eng- land Federalisimi (Henry Ad- ams), H. C. Lodge 41 740 Dodge, David (p.seud. See Black- nall, Oscar W.) Dodge, John Calvin Trial by Jury in Civil Suits 48 9 Dodge, Louise Preston, with Harriet Waters Preston A Bishop of the Fifth C~ntury. .. .62 150 The Tutor of a Great Prince.... 62 450 Urbs Animm 62 742 Dodge Dodge, Mary Abigail (Gail Ham- ilton, pseud.) The Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties 5 271, 417 My Garden 9 540 Moving 10 81 A Complaint of Friends 10 359 *Eyes and Ears (H. W. Beecher) .10 765 Happiest Days 11 1 A Call to My Country-Women... 11 345 A Spasm of Sense 11 407 Gala Days 11 629; 12 17 Camillas Concert 11 756 Side-Glances at Harvard Class- Day 12 242 My Book 13 90 *Hannah Thurston (Taylor) 13 132 Pictor Ignotus 13 433 *Industrial Biography (Smiles). .13 636 Glorying in the Goad 14 21 The New School of Biography... 14 579 Anne Domini 15 116 *Autobiography of Lyman Beech er, D. D. (Beecher) 15 631 A Prose Henriade 15 653 Scientific Farming 16 290 King James the First 16 701 The Kingdom Coming 17 51 *Herman, or Young Knighthood .17 246 *Origin and History of Books of the Bible (Stowe) 21 123 The Gentlemens Contribution to the Ladies Deposit 48 111 *(Dodge, Mary Abigail) Country Living and Country ThinkinglO 771 *Womans Wrongs 21 509 Dodge, Mrs. Mary Mapes A Day in Colorado 43 488 Dodge, Theodore Ayrault Modern Shoemaking 40 669 *Dollingers Fables respecting the Popes in the Middle Ages and Lectures on the Reunion of the Churches, B. D. Owen 31 363 Does it Pay to Smoke? .J. Par- ton 21 129 Dog-Talk, C. D. Shanb, 4 590 *Doing and Dreaming (Edward Gar rett) 36 503 Doings of the Sunbeam, 0. W. Holmes 12 1 *Dolby Troupe in Oratorios, The, W. F. Apthorp 29 241 Dole, Nathan Haskell Studies of the Renaissance 55 132 Dole of Jan Thorkell, The, J. C. Whittier 22 10 Dolliver Romance, Scenes from the, N. Hawthorne ... 14 101 ~15 1 Domestic Architecture, Notes on, J. E. Cabot 1 257 65 Double Domestic Country Life in Greece, E. W. Felton 50 675 Domestic Economy in the Confeder- acy, 0. W. Blaclcnall 58 229 Domestic Relations, Our; or, How to treat the Rebel States, C. Sumner 12 507 *Donalds School-Days (Gen. 0. 0. Howard), H. E. Scudder 43 685 Doiia Quixote, A. S. Richardson.... 60 22 Don John of Austria, A. Young... .53 375 Doom, C. H. Woodman 37 558 Doorstep, The, E. C. Stedman 23 147 Doorstep Acquaintance, W. D. How ells 23 484 Dora, The Genius of; a Study in ILsthetics, J. J. Jarves 24 379 *Dor~s Illustrations to the Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Cole ridge) 39 114 Dorgan, John Aylmar The Philter 3 212 The Sphinx 3 724 *Dorothy: A Country Story (Ar thur J. Munby), P. B. Mar ston 49 515 Dorothy in the Garret, J. T. Trow bridge 26 188 Dorothy Q: A Family Portrait, 0. W. Holmes 27 120 Dorr, Mrs. Julia Caroline Ripley To-Day 33 484 Martha 48 466 Darkness 50 308 Bermudian Days 52 778 Foreshadowings 53 259 Silence 54 308 When Lesser Loves 56 380 Baptism of Fire 58 782 To Cawdor Castle and Culloden Moor 61 746 An Enchanted Day 62 188 A Week in Wales 62 304 Dorsheimer, William A~ron Burr 1 597 Thomas Jefferson 2 706, 789 Fr~mnonts Hundred Days in Mis souri 9 115, 247, 372 *Dosia (1-lenry Greville), T. S. Perry 42 301 *The Same, translated, H. W. Preston 42 198 Dot nnd Line Alphabet, The, E. E. Hale 2 633 *Dottings Round the Circle (B. R. Curtis), C. P. Lathrop 39 630 *Dottings Round the Circle (B. R. Curtis), Sixth Edition, T. S. Perry 44 653 Double-Headed Snake of Newbury, The, .J. 0. Whittier 3 339 Doubting Dumas *Doubting Heart, A (Anne Keary), T. S. Perry 46 123 Doudan, T. S. Perry 41 681 *Doudan, X., Milanges et Lettres de, Tome III., T. S. Perry.... 40 510 *Doudan, X., Pens~es, Essais, et Maximes, T. S. Perry 47 420 Doughty, Fanny Albert Is Anything Lost ? 47 262 Douglas, Marion, pseud. (See Green, Annie Douglas.) Douglas, Stephen A., Reminiscences of, J. Howard, Jr 8 205 Douglass, Frederick Reconstruction 18 761 An Appeal to Congress for Im- partial Suffrage 19 112 Dowe, William More Words about Shelley 6 59 Down! H. H. Brownell 15 756 Downes, William Howe *LArt 57 133 *Some French Illustrations Le Monde Pittoresque et Mon- umental; Le Vicaire de Wake field 57 563 *Fortuny and Decamps 58 566 ~A Volume of LArt 59 703 Elihu Vedders Pictures 59 842 Boston Painters and Paintings.. .62 89, 258, 382, 500, 646, 777 Down the River, H. E. Prescott.... 16 468 *Doyle, The Right Rev. Dr., Bishop of Kildnre and Leighlin, The Life, Times, and Correspond- ence of (W. J. Fitzpatrick), C. E. Woodberry 47 562 *Dovlgs History of the New Eng- Colonies, H. C. Lodye... .61 274 Do you Remember? W. W Story .45 18 *Draft Outlines of an International Code (David Dudley Field).. .32 113 Drake, James Madison Pintal 2 434 *Drakes Pioneer Life in Kentucky, W. D. Ifowells 26 507 Dramatic Element in the Bible, Tbe, S. Judd 4 137 *Drainatic Literature, Recent; French Dramatists of the Nine- teenth Century; Edwin For rest, S. Baxter 49 27~ *Dramatis Persome (Robert Brown in~,), J. Weiss 14 644 *Drai~e dii V~suve, Le (Beuk), T. S. Perry 29 371 Drawbaugh, Daniel, H. C. Mer- 62 win 345 *Drawino~..Book, The American (J. G. Chapman) 2 255 *Draw.ing School in Boston, A New .38 738 Dream, A, Words by W. W. Story; Music by F. Boott 39 750 *Drean~ Children (H. E. Scudder), H. ~1jt. Alden 13 256 Dream Fay, The, R. T. Cooke 42 38 *Drean~ of Fair Women, A, illus- trated (Tennyson), W. H. Bishop 47 115 Dream of Russia, The, C. Hamlin. .58 771 Dreams, C. F. Bates 34 78 Dreams, E. M. Thomas 60 691 Dredging Excnrsion in the Gulf Stream, A, B. C. Ayassiz .24 507, 571 *Drei Einzige Toehter (Berthold Anerbach), T. S. Perry 36 506 *Drei Novellen (Turgdnieff), T. S. Perry 31 112 *Dressing on the Stage, TV. F. Ap thorp 30 249 *Dress Reform (Abha Goold Wool- son) 35 622 *Drift from Two Shores (Bret Harte), H. W. Preston 42 700 Drifting, T. B. Read 3 452 *Drifting (T. Buchanan Read L. B. Humphrey, illus.), W. H. Bishop 47 114 Drifting Down Lost Creek, Al. N. Murfree 53 362, 441 *Drift..Weed (Celia Thaxter) 43 546 Drift-Wood Fire, A, T. W. Higyin son 19 189 *Driven from the Path (Charles Smart, ed.) 32 746 Drives from a French Farm, P. G. Hamerton 25 656; 26 23 Dropping Corn, M. Thompson 40 196 Drummer Ghost, The, J. W. De Forest 24 1 Dry-Goods Jobber in 1861, A, J. W. Kimball 7 200 Dubois, On a Marble by, H. B. Sar gent 19 358 *Duchess Emilia, The (Barrett Wendell), H. E. Scudder 55 849 Duel of the Spanish Bourbons, The (Letter from Madrid), Ii. West 25 626 Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey Bethel 10 345 Dugdale, Richard L. Origin of Crime in Society. .48 452, 735 49 243 *Dukes Children, The (Anthony Trollope), H. B. Scuddr 46 835 Dnlham Ladies, The, 5. 0. Jewett. .57 455 Duluth, A Week at, J. 7~ Trow bridge 25 605 Dumas, Dramas of the elder, The, J. B. Matthews 48 383 66 Dunbar Eastern Dunbar, Charles Franklin *Harvard Examinations for Women 34 383 *(Dunglison, Robley) A Dictionary of Medical Science 1 890 Dunning, Charlotte, pseud. (See Wood, Charlotte) *Dunster, Henry, Life of (Jeremiah Chaplin) 30 491 Durand, John French Domestic Life and its Lessons 48 164 *Durand~s Portrait of Bryant, TV. J. Stiliman 3 653 Durivage, Francis Alexander Delsarte 27 613 Durkee, F. E. In Winter Months 51 259 Durward, 0. H.,pseud. (See Dwight, Harrison Otis) *Dust (Julian Hawthorne), H. E. Scudder 51 704 *Dutch and Flemish Pictures in New York, The, Ii. James, Jr.29 757 Dutch Picture, A, H. W. Longfellow .39 176 *Dutch Republic, Rise of the (J. L. Motley), W. D. Howells 44 123 Dutton, Mrs. Alice The Castleworth Tragedy 29 197 *Duvenecks Portraits at Doll and Richardss, G. P. Lathrop 36 376 *Duvenecks Turkish Page, E. Wheel wright 39 641 Dwight, Harrison Otis Beaten by a Giaour 54 79 *D~vellers in Five-Sisters Court, The (H. E. Scudder), G. P. La throp 38 509 Dwight, John Sullivan *Matheius Busts of the Compos ers 21 503 Music a Means of Culture 26 321 The Intellectual Influence of Mu- sic 26 614 Our Dark Age in Music 50 813 George Frederick Handel 55 495 John Sebastian Bach 55 640 *Dxvight, Wilder, Life and Letters of, W. D. Howells 21 509 flyer, Louis *Syinondss Greek Poets 45 704 *Italian Poetry (Symondss Sketches and Studies in South ern Europe) 46 279 *Mahaffys Greek Literature.... 46 705 Dying House, The, T. W. Higgin son 61 334 Dying Rose to the Nightingale, The, A. W. Brotherton 39 411 Dyspeptic, A Letter to a, I. W. .Uigginson 3 465 Each Side the Bridge: A Dutch Painting, A. B. Street 46 368 Early American Novelists, G. P. Lathrop 37 404 *Early and Late Papers (Thack cray) 20 252 Early Canadian Miracles and Mar- tyrs, F. Parlcman 32 84 Early Dead, The, B. W. Ball 37 735 Early Humanist, An, H. W. Pres ton 51 494 *Early Kings of Norway, The (Thomas Carlyle), H. H. Boye sen 36 498 Early Proven~al Poetry, H. W. Preston 38 615 *Early Recollections of Newport (George G. Channing), T. W. Higginson 21 510 Earnest Sowing of Wild Oats, An. A Chapter of Autobiography, R. D. Owen 34 67 *Earnest Trifler, An (Mary A. Sprague), H. W. Preston 45 52 *Earthly Paradise, The (William Morris), T. W. Higginson 22 255 *Earthly Paradise, The, Part III. (Morris), J. J. Piatt 25 750 Earthquakes, N. S. Shaler 23 676 Earthquakes, California, N. S. Shaler 25 351 Earthquakes, The City of, H. D. Warner 51 397 Earthquakes of the American Con- tinents, N. S. Shaler 24 461 Earthquakes of the Old World, Great, N. S. Shaler 24 140 Earthquakes of the Western United States, N. S. Shaler 24 549 Ease in Work, D. A. Wasson 9 241 *Easements and Servitudes, A Trea- tise on the American Law of (Emory Washburn) 12 132 East and the West, The, T. Win throp 11 487 East and the West in Recent Fic- tion, The : A Womans Rea- son; In the Carquinez Woods, H. E. Scudder 52 704 *East and West Poems (Bret Harte) 29 107 *East Angels (Constance Fenimore Woolson), H. E. Scudder 59 267 Easter Hymns from Old Cloisters, F. Foxcroft 43 417 Easter Lilies, J. B. Tabb 55 535 Eastern Question, The New, H. Tuttle 49 808 *Eastern Question Historically Considered, The (James M. Bugbee), T. Davidson. 40 118 67 East Elder *East of the Jordan and other Books of Travel East of the Jordan; Spain and the Spaniards ; how I crossed Africa from the At- lantic to the Indian Ocean; Norsk, Lapp and Finn; To the Central African Lakes and Back, C. 0. Leland 48 832 *Easy Lesson in Money and Bank- ing, An, E. Atkinson 34 195 Eaton, Dorman Bridgman The Public Service and the Public.41 241 Eau Dormante, L, T. B. Aldrich. .61 834 Eben Jackson, R. Terry 1 524 *Ecce Homo, H. James 18 122 *Echinoderrns, Origin of, J. Fiske. .31 121 *Echo Club, The, and other Literary Diversions (Bayard Taylor), W. D. Howells 39 92 Echoes from an Old Parsonage, K. K. C. Walker 40 468 *Echoes from the Orient (Edward King), C. P. Lathrop 46 702 *Echoes of the Foot-Hills (Bret Harte), W. D. Howells 35 234 Echo of Passion, An, 0. P. Lathrop. .49 17, 163, 346, 444 *Echo of Passion, An (G. P. La- throp), H. E. Scudder 50 113 *Echos de Quebec (Napoleon Le gendre) 43 128 *Eclectic and Naturalist Schools, W. F. Apthorp 33 632 Economy in College Work, J. Trowbridge 62 669 Economy in Schools, Wise and Un- wise, C. W. Eliot 35 712 Edda among the Algonquin Indians, The, C. 0. Leland 54 222 Eddy, John One of My Clients 10 657 A Dinner Party .30 527 *Edelweiss (Berthold Auerbach), W. D. Howells 23 762 *Edgeworth, Maria, A Study of (Grace A. Oliver), H. E. Scud der 51 414 Edgeworths, A Visit to the, E. Far rar 16 356 Edible Fungi, R. M. Copeland 31 223 *Edinburgh Papers (Chambers), J. R. Lowell 7 124 Edisto, Up the, T. W. Higginson... 20 Th7 Edmund Brook, E. P. Campbell.. .22 450 Educating a Wife. A Chapter of Autobiography, R. D. Owen... .32 52 *Education, Address on the Limits of (Jacob Bigelow), J. F. Clarke 17 251 *Education, Report on (Hoyt), E. P. Peabody 26 639 68 *Education, Report on, Vienna In- ternational Exhibition, 1873 (E. Segnin), C. B. Martin. . .40 251 Education, The New; its Organiza- tion, C. W. Eliot 23 203, 358 *Educational Reformers, Essays on (R. Quick), Z. F. Peirce 35 637 *Edncation in the Western States, Z. F. Peirce 37 126, 252, 636 ~ of the Hand in the Public Schools, The, H. E. Scudder 44 810 *Education of Women at Univer- sity College, London, J. Trow bridge 34 383 Edward Mills and George Benton: A Tale, S. L. Clemens 46 226 Edwards, E. A. Some of Us 44 725 *Edwiu of Deira (Alexander Smith). .8 377 Egan, Pierce The Minor Theatres of London. .25 294 *(Eggleston, Edward) The End of the World, W. D. Howells.. .30 746 *The Hoosier Schoolmaster, W. D. Howells 29 363 Eggleston, George Cary A Rebels Recollections 33 730 34 95, 163, 333, 467, 594, 663 The Old R~girne in the Old Do minion 36 603 Egleston, Nathaniel Howard The Story of the Hoosac Tun nel 49 289 *Ego (Harry W. French), H. E. Scudder 47 713 Egotism, A Study of Early, E. R. Pennell 60 337 Egotist in Life, The, H. Giles 24 399 *Egnsquiza, H. James, Jr 35 119 Egypt, Consular Service and So- ciety in, C. Hale 40 280 *Egypt to Japan, From (H. M. Field), H. E. Scudder 41 810 *Egypt to Palestine, Froni (S. C. Bartlett) 44 121 Egypt under the Pharaohs, F. H. Underwood 45 315 Eichberg, Anna Browns Retreat 46 29 Eichberg, Julius Music to Sunset Song by Celia Thaxter 39 236 *Eighteentb Century in Italy, Studies of the (Vernon Lee), H. W. Preston 55 220 *Eighty Years Progress of the United States 8 646 *(Elder, William) Biography of Elisha Kent Kane, E. P. Wh~pple 1 636 Elderkin Eloquence Elderkin, John The Turf and the Trotting-Horse in America 21 513 Eleanor in the Empty House: A Ballad omitted from Percys Reliques, T. W. Parsons 23 591 Electioneerin on Big Injun Moun- ting, 111. N. Muifree 45 99 Election in November, The, J. R. Lowell 6 492 Electric Girl of La Perriiwe, The, R. D. Owen 14 284 Electric Telegraph, The Progress of the, G. B. Prescott. .5 290; 16 605 *ElectroPhysiology and Electro Therapeutics 8 646 *Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, An (Thomas Gray; Harry Penn, illus.), G. E. Woodherry 53 133 *Elementary Exercises for the Piano-Forte (F. Wieck) 40 128 *Elements of Drawing, The (Rus kin). .. 1 639 Elements of Harmony (Stephen A. Emery), W. F. Apthorp. ... 44 807 *Elements of Mechanics (William G. 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Larcom 54 391 Elizabethan Dramatists, Minor, E. P. Whipple 20 692 Elizabethan Literature, Character- istics of the, E. P. Whipple.. .19 144 Elizabethan Poets, Minor, E. P. Whipple 22 26 Elizabeths Chamber, A. Fields.... 19 173 *Eliza Woodson (Eliza W. Fain- ham), T. W. Higginson 14 388 Elkanah Brewsters Temptation, C. Nordhoff 4 710 Ellen, R. B. Harding 16 22 *Ellen (Geo. H. Calvert), TV. D. Howells 24 386 Elliott, Charles Wyllys *Discourses on Architecture (Vi ollet-le-Duc) 37 383 Pottery at the Centennial 38 568 Ellis, Arthur Blake Municipal Extravagance 52 84 Ellis, Charles Mayo Roger Brooke Taney 15 151 The Causes for which a President can belmpeached 19 88 *Ellis, Daniel, Thrilling Adventures of 19 761 Ellis, George Edward Palfreys and Arnolds Histo ries 3 441 Why has the North felt aggrieved with England 9 8 612 Governor John Winthrop in Old England 13 1 *Loyalists of the American Revo lution (Sabine) 15 123 *Historical View of the American Revolution (Greene) 16 127 *France and England in North America (Parkman) 16 505 *Life and Letters of F. W. 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Emer son 52 733 Emerson, Ralph Waldo The Rommany Girl 1 46 The Chartists Complaint 1 47 Days 1 47 Bralima 1 48 Illusions 1 58 Solitude and Society 1 225 Two Rivers 1 311 Books 1 av~ Persian Poetry 1 724 Eloquence 2 385 Waldeinsamkeit .. . .2 550 Song of Nature s 18 Culture 6 343 The Test 7 85 Old Age 9 134 American Civilization 9 502 The Titmouse 9 585 Thoreau 10 239 The Presidents Proclamation.... 10 638 Boston Hymn 11 227 Voluntaries 12 504 Sandi 14 33 My Garden 18 665 Terminus 19 111 Aspects of Culture 21 87 Boston 37 195 Historic Notes of Life and Let ters in Massachusetts 52 529 Ezra Ripley, D. D 52 592 Mary Moody Emerson 52 733 *(Emerson, Ralph Waldo) Letters and Social Aims, G. P. Lathrop 38 240 *May..Day and other Pieces, W. D. Howells 20 376 *Society and Solitude, T. W. Higginson 26 119 *The Conduct of Life, J. R. Lowell 7 254 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, W. T. 50 239 *Emerson, Ralph Waldo [American Men of Letters] (Oliver Wen- dell Holmes), H. E. Scudder. .55 416 70 *Emerson, Ralph Waldo, A Memoir of (J. E. Cabot), H. E. Scud der 60 566 *Emerson, Rowses Portraits of, W. J. Stillman 3 653 Emerson, Mr., in the Lecture Room, A. Fields 51 818 Emersons Boyhood, A Glimpse of, J. E. ~J7abot. 59 650 *Emersons Genius, H. E. Scud der 60 566 Emerson, William Ralph *Marshalls Portrait of Abraham Lincoln 18 643 Emerton, Ephraim *Tuttles History of Prussia 53 713 *Emigrants Story, The, and other Poems (J. T. Trowbridge), W. D. Howells 35 236 *Eminem~t Israelites, W. .211. Gris wold 46 566 Emperor William, The, H. Tuttle. .61 691 Empty, E. Faucett 30 719 *Enault, Louis, La Norwbge 1 253 Enceladus, H. W. Longfellow 4 220 Enceladus, H. W. Preston 59 788 Enchanted, S. M. B. Piatt 35 74 Enchanted Day, An, J. C. R. Dorr.62 188 *Emichanted Moccasins, The, and other Legends of the American Indians (C. Matthews), H. E. Scudder 41 268 Encyclicals of a Traveller, H. M. Hunt 27 758 28 215, 340 *Encyclopmdia, Chamberss 8 126 Encyclopedists, The, J. G. 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E. Pascoe 54 364 Englishman in Normandy, An, 0. Smith 18 64 English Manners, B. G. White 44 774 Englishmans England, An, 0. P. Lathrop 46 713 *Eisglish Men of Letters (John Morley, ed.) 43 545 English Naval Power and English Colonies, 0. Beynolds 12 94 English Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, G. S. Hillard 26 257 English Opinion on the American War, W. M. Bosseiti 17 129 English ~t6 *English People, History of the (J. R. Green) 44 557 *Eiiglish Poets, The (Thomas Humphry Ward, ed.), F. H. Underwood 48 273 *English Prose Fiction from Sir Thomas Malory to George Eliot, A History of (Bayard Tuckerman), H. E. Scudder.. .51 418 *English Sacred Poetry of the Six- teenth, Seventeenth, Eight- eenth, and Nineteenth Centu- ries (R. A. Wilmott) 9 272 English Skies, R. G. White 44 107 *Eiiglish Synonymes explained in Alphabetical Order (G. Crabb), TV. D. Howells 45 360 *English Thought in the Eighteenth Century, History of (L. Ste- phen), .J. B. Warner 40 245 *English Travellers and Italian Brigands (W J. C. Moens), TV. D. Howells 18 518 *Eno.lish Whiogery The Last State n of, Brooks Adams 47 567 Englishwoman in the New England Hill Country, An, B. Mnr1ohy. .46 238 *Englishwomen iii Recent Litera- turn Bedouin Tribes of the Euphrates (Lady Anne Blunt); The Renaissance of Art in France (Mrs. Mark Pattison); Impressions of Theophrastus Such (George Eliot) 44 611 English Workingmen, Some, J. Mc carthy 26 458 *Enignias of Life (W. R. Greg), T. S. Perry 32 241 *Enocb Arden (Alfred Tennyson).. 14 518 En Province, H. Ja2nes.. .52 24, 169, 303, 453, 630 53 217, 515, 623 Ep~e, The Abbe del, L. P. Brockett. .1 700 *Epic Russia, F. Noble 58 704 *Epictetus, The Works of (T. W. Higginson, trans.), D. A. Was- son 16 761 Epigram on ,J. M.,J. R. Lowell 1 846 Episode in the Life of an Artist, An, TV. F. Apthorp 41 32 *Episodes and Lyric Pieces (Weeks).27 523 Epitaph, Her, T. TV. Parsons 12 35 Enithalamia, E. Morton 6 693 E Pluribus Unum, .J. R. Lowell 7 235 Equality, C. D. iVarner 45 19 Equal yet Diverse, B. G. Wilder .26 30 Equinoctial, A. D. T. Whitney 12 476 *Erema; or My Fathers Sin (Black- more), H. TV. Preston 41 491 Ericsson and his Inventions, F. Sar gent 10 68 *Ericssons Studies in Temperature, J. Fiske 29 250 Erie Imbroglio, The Great, J. K. Medbery 22 111 *Erie Investigatiug Committee, Re- port of the, A. G. Sedywick.. .32 124 *Ersiest Bracebridge (W. H. G. Kingston), F. C. Hopkinson.... 5 247 *Ernest Carroll 3 136 *Eros, A Series of Connected Poems (Lorenzo Somerville) 18 255 Esoteric Economy, A. Ilepplier. .. .62 529 *Esperance (iXieta Lander), T. W. Higyinson 17 525 *Esprit Nouveau, L (Edgar Quinet), T. S. Perry 37 503 *Essais de Psychologie Contem- poraine (Paul Bourget), T. Child 53 857 *Essay on Intuitive Morals, An 4 260 *Essays, Two Books of: Poetry, Comedy, and Duty ; Books and Men, G. E. Woodberry and H. E. Scudder 62 835 *Essn~.s and Reviews, C. E. Nor ton 6 633 *Essnys .ZEsthetical (George H. Cal- vert), H. W. Preston 36 364 Essays nud Studies (Algernon CLarles Swinburne), T. S. Perry 36 756 *Essays, Chiefly on Poetry (Aubrev dc Yore), G. E. TVoodterry... .61 848 *Essays in Piograyhy and Criticism (Peter Bayne) 1 122 *Essays in Criticism (Matthew Ar nold) 16 255 *Fssavs in Litelary Criticism (R. H. Hutton), G. P. Lothrop... .39 246 Essays in Military Biography (Charles Cornwallis Chesney), T. S. Perrq 34 495 *Essays of To-Day: Religious and Theological (W. W. Newton). .44 678 *Essex Institute, Salem, Recent Art Exhibition at the, C. P. Lathrop 37 125 Essipoffs Concerts, W. F. Apthorp.39 253 *Esther Pennefather (Alice Perry), H. W. Preston 42 434 ~tangs, Les (Gustave Droz), T. S. Perry . 36 759 *~tatsUnis et le Canada, Lettres sur Ins (M. G. do Molinari), S. Perry 39 508 *Etchings, American (Koehler, and Others), C. F. Woodberry 57 279 *Etchings and Etehers (Hamerton), F. Wheeiwriqht 38 112 *~t~ daus he Sahara, Une (E. Fm mentin) 1 384 72 Etherization Evolution Etherization, The Discovery of, J. H. Abuott 21 718 *Ethics of the Dust, The (J. Rus- kin), H. E. Scadder 42 384 *Ethnology, Descriptive (Latham), C. L. Brace 7 506 ~toile de Jean, L (21. Uchard), T. S. Perry 43 549 *Etruscan Bologna, A Study (Rich- ard F. Bnrtoa), T. S. Perry.. .40 119 *Etruscan Researches (Isaac Tay- lor), TV. f. Stiliman 34 501 *Ettore Fieramosca (21. D~Azeglio), F. H. Underwood 4 395 etudes Biographiques et Litt& raires (Vicomte & Hausson - yule), T. S. Perry 44 232 *Etudes Critiques de Litt~rature (Edmonci Seherer), T. S. Per- - ry 39 120 *Ettides Critiques sar lllistoire de la Litt~rature Fran~aise (F. Bruneti~re), 7. S. Perry 47 418 *1~tudes de Litt~rature et d~Art (Victor Cherbuliez), T. S. Perry 31 242 *~tudes sur la Litt~rature Contem- poraine (Edmond Scherer), T. S. Perry 33 117 Eugene Pickering, H. James, Jr.. . .34 397, 513 Euphorion, B. Taylor 10 422 *Euphorion (Vernon Lee), N. H. Dole 55 132 *Euphrates, Bedonin Tribes of the (Lady Anne Blunt) 44 612 Euripides, The Medea of, TV. C. Lawton 61 232 *Europiiisehen Staaten, Geschichte der. Gesehiebte Frankreichs, 18301871 (K. Hillebrand; A. H. L. Heeren, F. A. Ukert, U. von Giesebrecht, eds.) 40 634 European Crisis, The, C. ~ Haze- well 7 101 Europe and Asia, Between, B. Tay lor 15 8 European Honse-Sparro;v, The, T. ill. Bre~eer 21 583 *European Morals, History of (Lecky), TV. D. Howells 24 639 Europeans, The, H. James 42 52, 155, 262, 404 *Europeans, The, and o5er Novels: The Europeans (James); Al- most an Englishman (M. L. Scudder); Blush Roses; Molly Bawn; Old Slip Warehouse; Sibyl Spencer, H. W. Preston. .43 167 European Schools of Design, Two, W. J. Stillman 34 79 73 Europe before the Arrival of Man, J. Fiske 49 433 *Evangeline, Manci Muller, Vision of Sir Launfal, and Flower-de- Luce. Illustrated .18 770 Evans, Albert Stuart From the Orient Direct 24 542 Evans, Edward Payson Hdfiz of Shirdz 53 94 Texts and Translations of H~fiz. .53 309 Linguistic Palmoutology 53 613 Bugs and Beasts before the Law. .54 235 Mcdimval and Modern Punish ment 54 302 Crude Science in Aryan Cults.. .54 627 The Aryan Homestead 57 633 A Mad Monarch 58 449 Evans, Frederic William Autobiography of a Shaker. .23 415, 593 Evans, Robert K. The Indian Question in Arizona .58 167 Evening Melody, An, A. De Vere. . .2 304 Evening with i4rs. Hawthorne, An, T. TV. Higyinson 28 432 Evening with the Telegraph Wires, An, C. P. Cranch 2 489 Even-Sono 0. TV. Holmes 25 349 Eve of Independence, The, J. Fiske.62 612 Everett, Edward Taxation 9 393 Everett, Edward, E. E. Hale 15 342 Everett, H. August Sailing 42 366 Everett, J. B. A Visit to Marthas Vineyard.... 4 281 Everett, William A Maniacs Confession 18 170 Themistoeles 20 398 *The Intellectual Life (Hamer toim) 32 751 *The Poems of Virgil (Allens and Greenough) 34 511 John Quincy Adams 36 196 *Memoirs of John Quincy Adams, Vols. VI.XI 39 239 *Ever..Victorions Army; a History of the Chinese Campaign under Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon, The (Andrew Wilson) 22 636 *Every..Day English (Richard Grant White), T. S. Perry.... 46 427 Every-Day Life, E. Ii. Sill 59 98 *Every..Day Topics (Dr. Holland), G. P. Latkrop 38 631 Eves Daughter, E. I?. Sill 57 368 Evil in Greek Mythology, E. Robins.50 316 Evolution, H. H. Boyesen 41 565 *Evolution, The Doctrine of (Win chell) 34 237 Evolution and Permanence of Type, L. Agassiz 33 92 Evolution Fanny *Evolution of Life (Henry T. Chap man), J. Fiske 31 120 Evolution of Magic, E. Robins 49 685 *(Ewbank, Thomas) Thoughts on Matter and Force; or Marvels that encompass us 2 764 *Exa~ninatioi~ of Sir William Ham- iltons Phulosophv, An (John Stuart Mill), T. W. Higgin son 16 762 Examination System in Education, The, W. Brown 45 594 Executive Documents, The, A. G. Sedywicle 29 253 *Exiles of Florida, The (J. R. Gid- dines), E. Quinc!J 2 509 Exodus, A. D. T. Whitney 9 492 Exotics, 0. W. Holmes 36 356 *Expanse of Heaven, The (Richard A. Proctor) 34 363 *Expansion of England, The (J. R. Seeley), H. E. Scudder 53 271 Expectation, C. Thaxter 22 272 Experience, An, E. S. Randolph... .5 408 Experience of Community Lifc, My. A Chapter of Autobiography, RD. Owen 32 Experience of Samuel Absalom, Filibuster, The, D. Deaderick. .4 5 Experience on the Isle of Capri, An, W. C. Lan glon 59 Experiences of the A. C., The, B. Taylor 9 Experiment in Play-Writing, An, J. Kirklaid 44 Experiments, C. A. Hophinson 26 Exploits of Edmond Genet in the United States, The, J. Par- 336 653 38 241 170 149 542 ton 31 385 Expression, J. Burroughs 6 572 Ex-Southerner in South Carolina, An, N. S. Shaler 26 53 External Appearance of Glaciers, L. Agassiz 13 56 Externals of Washington, The, Z. F. Peirce 32 701 *iEyes and Ears (H. M~. Beecher), ilL A. Dodqo 10 765 Eyes, Our, and How to take Care of them, H. W. Williams 27 6.0 177 332, 462, 636 Fable, T. B. Aldrich 38 399 Face in the Glass, The, J. F. Pen rhyn 22 320, 466, 564, 663 Factory Life, Studies of, L. B. C. Wyman. The Village System 62 16 Among the ~Tomen 62 315 Black-Listing at Fall River 62 605 74 Facts Concerning the Recent Carni- val of Crhne in Connecticut, The, S. L. Clemens 37 641 Faded Leaf of History, A, R. H. Davis 31 44 *Faed Gallery, The, W. D. Howells .41 136 Faicace Violin, The, W. H. Bishop. .43 609 Failure, A, F. Jones 45 464 Failure of American Credit after the Revolutionary War, J. Fiske.. .58 77 Faint Heart, L. L. Pleasants 43 310 Fair and Fifteen, L. C. Redden... .34 27 *Fair Barbarian, A (Frances Hodg- son Burnett), H. F. Scadder.. .47 861 Fair Compensation, A, A. Webster, Jr 38 342 Fairfax, Mrs. Lina Redwood His Best 46 624 Fairhaven Bay, G. P. Lathrop 34 693 Fair of Moses, The: The Armenian Patriarch, C. D. Warner 38 598 Fair Play the Best Policy, T. W. Higginson 15 623 Fairport Nine, The (No~ h Brooks), H. E. Scudder 47 123 Fairy Dreams (Jane C. Austin). .. .5 124 Faithful Bean, 31. E. JJ7~ Sherwood. .33 196 *Falconherg (II. H. Boyesen), H. W. Preston 44 364 Fall of Austria, The, C. C. Haze- well 18 746 Fallow, L. Larcom 50 504 5Familiar Allusions (William A. Wheeler; Charles G. Wheeler, ed.), H. E. Scudder 50 279 Familiar Epistle to a Friend, A, J. II. Lowell 19 488 Familiar Letter, A (To Several Correspondents), 0. W~ Holmes .37 103 *Familiar Letters of John A dams and his Wife, Abigail Adams, during the Revolution (Charles Francis Adams), H. F. Scud der 37 374 *Familiar Quotations (Jolm Bart- lett), TV. D. Howells 22 635 *Family Library of British Poetry, The, from Chaucer to the Present Time (J. T. JicUs and F. P. Whipple, ecls.), TV. D. Howells 42 775 *Famous Americans of Pecent Times (Parton), W~ P. KowJls.19 636 Famous Victory, A, 11. F. Seoddcr.46 831 Fancies, F. Fawcett 33 528 Fancies of Spray and Petal, E. Faw cett 36 47 Fancy, A 43 586 Fancy or Fact? J. R. Lowell 59 289 Fancys Masquerade, K. Hillard.. .35 282 *Fanny (Ernest Feydean) 5 507 Fanny Fellowes Fanny, To (Allegretto Capriccioso), W. D. OConnor 27 161 *Fantasie..Variatioi~en fur das Piano- forte (A. Saran), W. F. Apthorp.33 633 *Faiitasy and Passion (Edgar Paw- cett), TV. D. Howells 41 632 Farewell, C. Thaxter 34 452 Farewell to Agassiz, A, 0. W. Holmes 16 584 Farman, Ella Two Girls that tried Farming.. .35 202 *Farm Drainage (H. E. Frencl~).... 4 393 Farmer, Eastern, Life and Work of the, G. E. Waring, Jr 39 584 Farmer Hills Diary, A. 111. Diaz.. .18 397 Farming Life iii New England, J. 0. Holland 2 334 *FarmnYard Club of Jotham (George B. Loring) 39 119 Farquhar, Captain, H. A. Hunting ton 49 399 *Farragut, f. W. De Forest 45 688 Farrar, Mrs. Elizabeth A Visit to the Edgeworths 16 356 Farrer, Edward The Habitant of Lower Canada. .48 771 The Folk Lore of Lower Canada .49 542 Fashion, The Lnw of, N. S. Shaler. .61 386 Fast Day at Foxden, A, J. P. Q~iincg 13 676 Fastidious Goblin, The, J. W. De Forest 35 601 Fatal Arrow, The, A. Carg 23 347 Fate, L. Clark 41 494 Fate Dominant, F. R. Stockton 55 535 Fate of Mansfield Humphreys, The, R. G. White 53 399 Father Blumhardts Prayerful Ho- tel, N. S. Shaler 26 712 Fatherland, My, W. C. Lamcton.... 62 463 Father M~riels Bell, .1. K. Hosmer. .25 179 Fatima, The Song of, T. B. Aldrich. .6 297 *Faust (Goethe; Taylor, trans.), TV. D. Howells 27 258; 28 124 Faust, Prelude to the Second Part of, B. Taylor 27 349 Faustus, Doctor, The German Pop- ular Legend of, T. A. L. Robin son 2 551 Favorite of the Harem, The, A. H. Leonowens 30 335 Fawcett, Edgar An Autumn Song 20 679 Sea-Gulls 22 584 Counsel 30 61 Empty 30 719 Fancies 33 528 Criticism 34 66 Analogies 34 312 Mr. Aldrichs Poetry 34 671 Immortelles 35 407 Waste 35 683 Fancies in Spray and Petal 36 47 A Straggler 36 443 Grapes 36 602 Baudelaire 36 703 To-Morrow 37 166 Wild Roses 37 359 Toa Tea Rose 37 414 Medusa (Sonnet for a Picture). .37 606 Affinities 37 726 Maples 38 614 City Windows 38 676 The Old Mirror 39 142 Fireflies 40 84 Box 40 268 A Willow-Tree 40 447 Indian Summer 40 584 Asters 40 709 Meteors 41 188 Pigeons 41 421 A White Camellia 42 555 Betrothal 43 716 Married Bohemians 44 325 Maidenhair 45 779 Wounds 48 18 Sleeps Threshold 48 240 Fawcett, William Lyman A Tour in the Dark 20 670 The History of the Two Pillars. .33 85 Old-Time Oriental Trade 36 468 Fay, Amy In Weiinar with Liszt 33 417 Some Great Contemporary Musi cians 34 453 Fayal and the Portuguese, T. W. Higginson 6 526 *Fearfnl Responsibility, A, and other Stories (W. D. Howells), T. B. Aldrich 48 402 *Fears for Democracy, regarded from the American Point of View (Charles Ingersoll), F. B. Sanborn 36 107 Feast of Harvest, The, E. C. Sted man 20 616 Fechter, Charles Albert. A Bio- graphical Sketch, K. Field. ... 26 285 Fechter as Hamlet, K. Field 26 558 Fechters Acting, On Mr., C. Dick ens 24 242 Federal Convention, The, J. Fiske .59 225 Federal Convention, Completed Work of the, J. Fiske 59 817 Felicissima, E. C. Hall 47 784 Fellenberg, Emanuel Von, and his Self-Governing College, R. D. Owen 31 585 Fellow, R., pseud. (See Scudder, Horace Elisha) Fellowes, Caroline Wilder A Volume of Dante 58 228 75 Fellowships Fields *Fellowships, English and American, F. E. Anderson 33 635 *Felmeres, The (S. B. Elliott), H. W. Preston 45 49 Felton, Mrs. Eunice Whitney A Sunday at Poros 49 31 Domestic Country Life in Greece.50 675 *Fenime G5nante, Une (Gustave Droz), T. S. Perry 35 628 Fenian Idea, The, F. P. Cobbe. .17 572 Fenn, Elizabeth H. Silver Buttons 42 437 *(Ferguson, Sir Samuel) Poems, G. P. Lathrop 46 704 *(Fergusson, James) History of the Modern Styles of Architecture, W. P. P. Longfellow 34 243 *Ferishtal~s Fancies (Robert Brown- ing), G. E. Woodberry 55 562 Fern Forests of the Carboniferous Period, The, L. Agassiz 11 615 *Feriss in Their Homes and Ours (John Robinson) 42 513 *Ferns of North America (D. C. Eatoii) ... .42 780 Ferrar, Nicholas, G. A. Ellis 28 176 Fessendens Garden, E. A. Allen.. .42 222 Feuling, Laura U. Daffodils 41 606 Fiammetta, H. 0. (one 55 450 Fibrilia, E. H. Derby 8 160 *Fiction by Women, American: The Led-Horse Claim; For the Major; Through One Adminis- tration, H. E. Scudder. 52 118 *Fiction, Recent American: Odd or Even? Richard Edney and the Governors Family; Louisi- ana; A Hopeless Case; Mrs. Beauchamp Brown; Rudder Grange; Unto the Third and Fourth Generation; A Stranded Ship; A Foreign Marriage; Uncle Jacks Executors; From Madge to Margaret; Democ- racy; A Fools Errand, H. E. Scudder 46 412 *Fiction, Recent American: Anne; An Echo of Passion; In the Distance, H. E. Scudder 50 111 *Fiction, Recent American : Dust; The Siege of London; The Pension Beaurepas and The Point of View; But Yet a Woman, H. E. Scudder 51 703 *Fiction, Recent American: Vesti- gia; The Bread-Winners; An Ambitious Woman; Beatrix Randolph; The Mate of the Daylight and Friends Ashore, 0. P. Lathrop 53 707 76 *Fiction, Recent American: Dr. Sevier; In War Time; Where the Battle was Fought; The Story of a Country Town; Ramona; An American Politi- cian, H. E. Scudder 55 121 *Fiction, Recent American: The Rise of Silas Lapham; The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains; Aulnay Tower; A Marsh Island; Zoroaster, H. E. Scudder 56 555 *Fiction, Recent American: Bona- venture; Queen Money; Look- ing Backward; Irish Wonders; Marzios Crucifix, H. E. Scud der 61 841 *Fiction, Recent : Miss Ludingtons Sister; The Crime of Henry Vane; A Country Doctor; Phebe; A Roman Singer, H. E. Scudder 54 413 *Fiction, The East and the West in Recent: A Womans Reason; In the Carquinez Woods, H. E. Scudder 52 704 Field, Kate Elizabeth Barrett Browning 8 368 English Authors in Florence 14 660 Last Days of Walter Savage Landor 17 385, 540, 684 Adelaide Ristori 19 493 A Conversation on the Stage... .21 270 Charles Albert Fechter 26 285 Fechter as Hamlet 26 558 Field and the Garden, The, W. Elegy 28 268 *Field, Cover, and Trap Shooting (Adam H. Bogardus; Charles J. Foster, ed.) 35 496 *(Field, Henry M.) Summer Pic tures 4 521 *Fielding (Austin Dobson), H. E. Scudder 52 135 Field Night in the House of Coin- mona, A, F. Wayland, Jr.. 8 663 Field of Gettysburg, The, J. T. Trowbridge 16 616 *Field Ornithology (Elliot Coues), S. H. Scudder 34 626 Fields, Mrs, Annie The Wild Endive 8 625 Compensation 9 511 Waiting 10 764 My Ship 11 420 Give 11 643 My Palace 12 417 Andante 12 583 Sweet-Brier 14 229 The Future Summer 14 503 Riches 14 530 Fields Fiske To a Poet on his Birthday 15 315 The Song Sparrow 18 599 Elizabeths Chamber 19 173 Labor 19 345 The Household Lamp 21 362 The Bee and the Rose 23 187 Threnody 26 308 My Retreat 26 440 The Return 26 521 Children 27 467 Foreshadows 28 319 Little Guinever 29 730 Defiance 43 192 Mr. Emerson in the Lecture Room.51 818 Chrysalides 52 375 The Initiate 52 745 Deisidaimoma 53 350 Fields, James Thomas Three Mile Cross 6 355 Arthur Hallam 6 694 Getting Home again 7 196 *Autobiography of Alexander Carlyle 7 249 Diamonds and Pearls 7 361 A Soldiers Ancestry 8 159 My Friend~s Library 8 440 The Stormy Petrel 8 581 How to Rough it 8 757 *A Book about Doctors (Jeaffre- son) 9 519 The Sleeping Sentinel 11 84 The White-Throated Sparrow.. .12 224 The Pettibone Lineage .15 419 At Rydal 24 506 Some Memories of Charles Dick ens 26 235 Our Whispering Gallery 27 122, 246, 380, 504, 639, 763 28 106, 222, 338, 501, 624, 750 Looking for Pearls 27 287 Bubbles from an Ancient Pipe.27 590, 743 The Perpetuity of Song 46328 Fields, James T., Recollections of, E. P. Whipple 48 253 Fields, James T., Reminiscences of J. Fiske 49 134 *Fiera, La (Alberto Nota), T. W. Higgiuson 16 125 *Fifteeii Days, W. D. Ilowells 18 128 Fifth Symphony, The, L. C. Bull.. .62 595 Fifty and Fifteen, A. H. Wells 2 474 *Fifty Years of my Life (Earl of Albemarle) 39 379 Fightin0 Facts for Fogies, C. C. Hazewell 13 393 Fight of a Man with a Railroad, The, f. A. Goleman 30 641 *Figs and Thistles (Albion W. Tourgee), H. E. Scudder 45 682 *Figures of the Past (Josiah Quincy), H. E. Scodder 51 692 Fijians, A Plea for the, F. Lieber.. . .3 342 Finalities, E. H. Thomas 61 752 Finances of the Revolution, G. W. Greene 14 591 Finances of the United States, The, E. H. Derby 22 494 Financial Flurry, The, P. Godwin... 1 112 Financial History of the United States from 1789 to 1860, The (Albert S. Bolles), J. L. Laugh- 52 131 *Finaiicial Situation, The, A. C. Sedgwiclc 32 636 Finch, Francis Miles The Blue and the Gray 20 369 Finck, Henry Theophilus The Wagner Music Drama 39 603 The A~sthetic Value of the Sense of Smell 46 793 Fireflies, E. Fawcett 40 84 First Abbe Galant, The 56 459 First and the Last, The 4 614 First and the Last, The, E. E. Iiale.22 744 First Atlantic Telegraph, The, E. Spencer 7 170 First Citizen, Our, 0. W. Holmes... 15 462 First Cricket, The, W. D. Howells. .24 351 First Crisis of the American Revo- lution, J. Fiske 61 498 First Fan, The, 0. W. Holmes 39 659 First Guest, The, H. G. Cone 56 504 *First Lesson in Natural History, A, .J. B. Lowell 4 773 *First Love is Best (Gail Hamil- ton), G. P. Let lirop 40 111 First Parting, The, A. D. Greene... 30 450 *First Steps in General History (Arthur Gilman), Z. F. Peirce .34 383 *First Violin, The (Jessie Fother- gill), H. W. Preston 44 366 First Visit to Washington, The, J. T. Trowbridge 13 448 First Year of the Continental Con gress, f. Fiske 62 358 Fisher Maiden, The (Bjbrnstjerne Bjbrnson), fri. E. Scudder 51 127 *Fishers, Professor, Discussions, H. E. Scudder 46 269 Fiske, John *A Class-Book of Chemistry 14 256 *Life of Michelangelo (Grimm). .17 124 Considerations on University Re form 19 451 *Across America and Asia (Pum pelly) 25 382 *Hereditary Genius (Galton). ... 25 753 The Origins of Folk Lore 27 145 The Descent of Fire 27 529 Were-Wolves and Swan-Maidens.28 129 Light and Darkness 28 641 Myths of the Barbaric World. ... 29 61 77 Fiske Fitch *Dr. Bastians Experiments in Spontaneous Generation 29 121 *Ericssons Studies in Tempera ture 29 250 *Fajjjj~~ of Dr. Petermanns Polar Theories 29 251 *Helmholtz on the Phenomena of Vision 29 251 *Tylors Primitive Culture 29 252 *Proctors Light Science for Lei- sure Hours 29 252 *Mental Wear and Tear 29 381 *Popular Science 29 382 *HuxLeys Anatomy of Verte brated Animals 29 511 *Littr6s M~decine and M~dicins .29 512 *Influences of Violet Light 29 638 *Origin of the Annulose Sub- Kingdom 29 638 *Sun..Spots 29 767 *Schellei~s Spectrum Analysis... .29 768 ~ Science Primers 29 768 *Popular Science Monthly 29 768 *Figuiers The World before the Flood 29 769 *Fontaines How the World was Peopled 29 769 *Mr. Chauncey Wright on The Use and Origin of the Arrange- meiits of Leaves in Plants .. . .30 125 *Professor Shalers Explanation of the Rattlesnakes Rattle. .. .30 126 *SunSpots and Cholera 30 251 *Is Alcohol a Food 9 30 252 *News from the Stars 30 379 *Elin~inatioi~ of Alcohol 30 506 *Mr. Ayrton and Dr. Hooker.... 30 507 *Mr Darwin and the French Academy 30 507 The Primeval Ghost-World 30 584 *The Schoeppe Trial 30 758 *Dr. Wymans Treatise on Au tumnal Catarrh 30 760 *Evolutioii of Life (Chapman)... 31 120 *Origin of Echinoderms 31 121 *Tyndalls Lectures at the Lowell Institute 31 122 *Luminifei.ons Ether 31 122 *Physics aiid Politics (Bagehot). .31 250 *The Insect World (Figuier).... 31 251 *Johnsons Natural Philosophy. .31 251 *Snn..Spots and Rainfall 31 377 *Psychology (Wijck) 31 379 *Max Muller and Darwinism.... 31 379 *Bastians Beginnings of Life.... 31 633 *The Moons Atmosphere 31 758 *Geology of the Stars (Winchell).31 758 *~Ian in the Miocene Period 31 760 *Edward Smith on Foods 32 506 *Heln2lholtzs Popular Lectures on Scientific Subjects 32 507 78 *The Spontaneous Generation Controversy 32 760 Athenian aiid American Life 34 551 The Unseen World 37 170, 266 *Paines Symphony 37 763 A Librarians Work 38 480 *The Geographical Distribution of Amiiinals (Wallace) 39 371 The Races of the Danube 39 401 Sociology and Hero Worship.... 47 75 Who are the Aryans 9 47 224 What we Learn from Old Aryan Words .47 478 What is Mythology 9 48 85 Ko.~chei the Deathless 48 310 The Theory of a Common Origin for All Languages 48 655 Rcminiscences of James T. Fields 49 134 Europe before the Arrival of Man.49 433 The Arrival of Man in Europe.. .49 597 Charles Darwin 49 835 The Irdea of God 56 642, 791 Political Consequences in Eng- land of Cornwalhiss Surrender at Yorktown 57 46 The United States after the Revo lutionary War 57 351 Weakness of the United States Government nnder the Articles of Confederation 57 577 Failure of American Credit after the Revolutionary War 58 77 The Paper Money Craze of 1786 and Shays Rebellion 58 376 The Germs of National Sover- eignty in the Uiiited States...... 648 The Federal Convention. 59 225 Completed Work of the Federal Convention 59 817 The Adoption of the Constitution.60 673 Paul Jones and the Armed Neu trality 60 786 Beginnings of the American Revo lution 61 398 First Crisis of the American Revo lution 6 498 First Year of the Continental Con gress 62 358 The Eve of Independence 62 612 *(Fiske John) Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, based on the Doctrine of Evolution, with Criticisms on the Positive Philosophy, J. B. Warner.. .35 616 *The Unseen World and other Essays 37 749 *Fiskes Mr., Essays, H. JV. Preston .45 270 *Fitch, John, the Inventor of the Steamboat, The Life of (West cott) 2 507 Fitz Folk-Tales Fitz Adams Story, .1. R. Lowell... 19 17 Florence, Recent, II. James 41 586 Fitzgeralds, Mr. Edward, Transla- *Florence Stories, The, Florence tions, 1. S. Perry 39 730 and John (Jacob Abbott), F. Five Hundred Years Ago, J. H. A. C. Hoplcrnson 5 247 Bone 18 545 Florentine Experiment, A, C. F. *Five..Minute Chats (Dio Lewis).. .34 372 Woolson 46 502 Five Quatrains, T. B. Aldrich. . .. .54 20 Florentine Family in the Fifteenth Five-Sisters Court at Christmas Century, A, E. D. .11. Bian Tide, H. B. Scudder 15 22 ciardi 48 672 Flag, The, J. TV. howe 11 443 Florentine Mosaics, .1. L. Motley .1 12, 129 rlagg, Wilson The Singino Birds and their Florida, History of (G. R. Fair banks) 29 241 Songs .2 285 Florida Plantation, Our, H. B. The Birds of the Garden and Or- Stowe 43 641 chard 2 592 Flotsam and Jetsam, H. P. ~pof The Birds of the Pasture and ford 21 7, 186, 313 Forest 2 863 Flower and Fruit, B. M. Thomas.. .49 108 The A inter-Birds 3 319 *Flower and Thorn (Thomas Bailey Birds of the Night 4 171 Aldrich), W. D. Howells 39 90 Among the Trees 6 257 Flower in a Book, A, J. J. Piatt. .. .42 768 Trees in Assemblages 8 129 Flowering of a Nation, The, T. G. Beanty of Trees 21 641 Appleton 28 316 Parlor Singing 24 410 Flower of Liberty, The, 0. W. Botanizing 27 657 Holmes 8 550 The Field aiid the Garden 28 268 Flowers in the Dark, S. 0. Jew- Simples and Snnplers 29 743 ett . .. 45 314 Rural Architecture 37 428 Fluth nnd Ebbe (W. Jensen), T. S. Songs and Eccentricities of Birds .44 349 Perry 40 635 *(Flagg, Wilson) Birds and Sea- Flutterbudget, 0. T. Miller 59 679 sons in New England, H. B. Flying Dutchman, The, J. R. Scudder 36 623 Lowell 23 27 *The Woods and By-Ways of *Flying Mail, and other Stories, New England, T. B. Aldrich .31 497 The (Goldschmidt), W. D. Flake White, B. M. Thomas 55 344 Howells 26 637 Flamingo, The, S. D. Clark 36 687 *F~deralist, The (H. B. Dawson, Flaneur, The, 0. W. Holmes 51 674 ed.) 13 519 *Flanbert, A Note on, T. Child.... 50 271 Foe in the Household, The, C. Fleeting Youth, S. Baxter 43 716 Ghesebro 23 323, 462, 568, 686 *Flei~ishi Literature, History of 24 26, 168, 282, 420, 534, 722 (Delepierre) .6 503 *Foe in the Household, The (Caro- Fletcher, Mrs. Henriette Malan line Chesebro) 28 126 Rodolphe Topifer 16 556 Fog, In a, B. H. House 5 649 Fletcher, Julia Folded Hands. The Story of a For the Last Time 37 521 Picture, S. Al. B. Piatt 35 670 Fleur-de-Lis at Port Royal, The, F. Folk-Lore, English, and Loiidoa Parkman 12 30 Humors: Folk-Lore of Shake- Fleur-de-Lis in Florida, The, F. speare; Humor, Wit, and Satire Parkman 12 225 of the Seventeenth Century, C. Flight in the Dark, A, S. Kirk and B. Woodberry 53 432 V. D. Scudder 62 766 Folk - Lore, The Origins of, J. Flight of the Goddess, The, T. B. Fiske 27 145 Aldrich 20 452 Folk-Lore of Lower Canada, The, Flitting, W. D. Howells 26 734 B. Farrer 49 542 Floods of the Mississippi Valley, *Folk..Lore of Shakespeare (T. F. The, N. S. Shaler 51 653 Thiselton Dyer), 0. B. Wood- *Florence (Charles Yriarte ; C. B. berry 53 432 Pitman, trans.) 50 850 *Folk..Soiigs (J. W. Palmer), J. Florence, English Authors in, K. R. Lowell 6 761 Field 14 660 *Folk..Tales: Italian Popular Tales; Florence, and St. Mary of the Roumanian Fairy Tales, B. Flower, C. B. Norton 42 564, 657 Schuyler 57 419 79 Folsom Four Folsom, Charles Follen *The Sanitary Drainage of Houses and Towns (Waring). .38 747 *Foods (Edward Smith), J. Fiske. .32 506 *Fools Errand, A (Albion W. Tour- gee), H. E. Scudder 46 422 Fools Prayer, The, E. II. Sill 43 443 Foot, Kate Thirty-Seven Hundred and Fifty- Eight 44 689; 45 1, 145 Foote, Mrs. Mary Hahlock In Exile 48 184, 322 *Foot..Notes, or Walking as a Fine Art (Alfied Barron), H. E. Scudder 37 377 Footpads, H. P. Spofford 27 401 Footpath, The, .1. II. Lowell 22 252 Footpaths, T. W. Hiygtnson 26 513 Footprints in the Sand, C. Thaxter. 29 694 *Forbes, Edward, Memoir of 8 648 *For.biddeii Land, A: Voyages to the Corea (Ernest Oppert), T. S. Perry 46 268 For Christies Sake, G. Massey 5 338 Ford, Mrs. Emily Bllsworth Gladioli 28 187 The Oleander-Tree: A Story of the British Press-Gang 36 420 April 43 715 Foregone Conclusion, A, W. D. Howells. .34 1, 145, 345, 475, 534, 641 *Foreign Art Schools, Exhibition of Drawings by, W. R. Ware. .29 244 Foreign Enmity to the United States, The Causes of, E. P. JVh~pple 15 372 Foreign Faces, E. Benson 22 545 *Foreign Lands: The Middle King- dom; Old Mexico and her Lost Provinces ; Italian By- ways, G. E. Woodberry 52 831 *Foreign Marriage, A; or, Buying a Title, H. E. Scodder 46 419 *Foreign Missions : Their Relations and Claims (Rufus Anderson), F. Abbott 40 626 Foreio~n Relations, Our Recent, G. ill. Towle 14 243 Foreign Trade no Cure for Hard Times, TV. U. Moody 44 472 Foreshadowings, .J. C. B. ........ 53 259 Foreshadows, A. Fields 28 319 Forester, The, A. B. Alcott 9 443 Forest Hymn (Bryant), J. B. Low- ell 6761 Foresti, B. Felice, H. T. Tucker- man 4 525 *Forest Photographs. f. TV. Palmer.5 109 Forest Pictures, P. H. Hayne 30 662 Forestry Woik of the Tenth Census, The, S. Baxter 48 682 Forests and the Census, The, F. Parkman 55 835 Forge, The, M. L. Smith 16 586, 684 Forgotten, E. A. C. Akers 14 332 Forman, Mrs. Emily Shaw The Beach-Plum 53 758 Blood-Root 54 59 Formation of Galleries of Art, On the, J. J. Jarves 6 106 Formation of Glaciers, The, L. Agassiz 12 568 *Forrest, Edwin (Lawrence Bar rett), S. Baxter 49 275 *Forrest, Edwin, Life of (James Rees) 33 622 *Forstn~ieister, Der (B. Anerbach), T. S. Perry 45 566 Fort Chartres, Old, F. C. Mason... 49 619 Forten, Charlotte Louisa Life on the Sea Islands 13 587, 666 Fort Fisher, The Capture of, H. C. Lockwood 27 622, 684 Fort George Island, Historic Points at, S. C. TV. Benjamin 60 699 For the King, Northern Mexico, 1640, B. Harte 34 15 For the Last Time, J. Fletcher 37 521 *For the Major (Constance Feni- more Woolson), H. F. Scudder.52 119 Fortnight with the Sanitary, A, G. Reynolds 15 233 *Fortiiny and iDecamps: Les Artistes C~lbbres. Fortuny; IDecamps (Yriarte), TV. H. Downes 58 566 *Forty..Four Years of the Life of a Hunter, being Reminiscences of Meshach Browning, J. B. Lowell 4 770 Forward, J. TV. De Forest 40 173 Forza Maggiore, TV. D. Howells.. 19 220 Fossil from the Tertiary, A, F. F. Hale 44 98 Fossil Man, The, C. L. Brace 10 670 Foster, Stephen C., and Negro Mm- strelsy, B. P. Nevin 20 608 Foster, William Eaton *The Memorial History of hart ford County, Conn 59 271 *Foul Play (Charles Reade and Dion Boncicault), TV. D. Howells... .22 254 Found and Lost, M. C. Putnam 5 391 Founders of Montreal, The, F. Parkman 19 723 Fountain of Youth, The, Read at the Meeting of the ilarvard Alumni Association, June 25, 1873, 0. TV. Holmes 32 209 Fouquet the Magnificent, F. Sheldon.13 467 Four Days with Sauna, H. Al. Jack son 48 39 80 Four Fr6monts *Fonr Months in a Sneak-Box (Nathaniel H. Bishop), T. S. 46 265 Four Months on the Stage. By a Painter, ill. Oliver 21 225 Four Months with Charles Dickens, G. TV~ Putnam 26 476, 591 Four New Books of Poetry, TV. D. flowells 37 105 Four-oClock, A, H. P. Spoffbrd... .22 110 Four-oClocks, H. E. Sanford 37 589 *Fonr..OClocks (Helen Barron Bostwick), 0. P. Lathrop... .47 430 *Fonr Thonsand Miles of African Travel (Soutliwortli) 38 247 Fourth Waits, The, F. D. Millet... 38 578 *Fonr Years Among Spanish Amer- icans (F. Hassanrek), TV. D. Howells 21 254 *Four Years in the Saddle (Harry Gilmore) 18 382 *Foxs, Caroline, Memories, H. E. Scudder 49 557 Fox, Charles Barnard A Native of Bornoo 20 485 *Fox, Charles James, The Early History of (George Otto Trevelyan), B. Adams 47 567 Fox Hunting in England, G. E. Waring 33 15 Fox, Thomas Bayley Punch .2 840 Foxoroft, Frank Easter Hymns from Old Cloisters.43 417 *Fran~ais en Am~rique, Les (Leon Chottean), T. S. Perry 39 382 *Francais en Am~rique, Les, pen- dant la Guerre de lInd~pen- deuce des Etats-Unis, 1777 1783 (Thomas Balch), 7. S. Perry 33 493 France, A Little Tour in, H. James .41 67 France, The Literary Career in, T. Child 61 771 *France and England in North America (Francis Parkman), G.E. Ellis 16 505 *France an NVI. Sihcle, Histoire de (Michelet) 1 254 *Francesca da Rimini, S. E. Turner.53 430 Francesca to Paolo, J. TV. Baker.. .54 594 *France under Mazarin (Perkins), U. E. Woodberry 58 708 *Francia (George Sand), T. S. Perry.30 370 *Fran~oise de iRimini dans la L6- gende et dans lHistoire (Charles Yrinrte; Ingres and Ary Scheffer, illus.), S. E. Turner 53 430 *Franklin, Benjamin, Life and Times of (James Parton) 14 383 81 *Franklin, Benjamin, Life of, written by himself (John Bigelow, ed.), H. E. Scudder 35 621 *Franklia, Autobiography of (John Bigelow, ed.), W. D. Howells. .22 126 Franklin in France, J. B. McMas ter 60 318 Franklin to Strahan, Unpublished Letters of, S. G. TV. Benjamin .61 21 Frankreich und die Frauzosen in der Iliilfte des xix. Jahrhun- derts (Karl Hillebrand), T. S. Perry 31 752 *Frai~kreich und die Franzosen (Karl Hillebrand), T. S. Perry.44 231 Fr~chette, Louis Honore Avril 43 715 Frederic the Great and Madame de Pompadour, H. Tuttle 59 99 *Frederich the Second, called Fred- erick the Great, History of (Carlyle), B. F. Preshury 10 642 Freedmans Story, The, TV. Parker .17 152, 276 Freedmen at Port Royal, The, E. L. Pierce 12 291 Freedom in Brazil, J. 0. Whittier... 20 62 *Freedom of Faith, The (T. T. Munger), H. E. Scudder 52 132 *Freedom of Mind in Willing (Row- land G. Hazard), Noah Porter. .14 778 Freedom Wheelers Controversy with Providence. A Story of Old New England, R. T. Cooke.40 65 *Free Industrial Drawing Classes and the Boston Public Schools, Second Annual Exhibition of the, G. P. Lathrop 32 744 *Free Industrial Drawing Schools, First Annual Exhibition of Drawings from the, U. P. La throp 30 121 *Free Lance in the Field of Life and Letters, A (William Cleaver Wilkinson), T. S. Perry 35 241 Free Missouri, A. D. Richardson.. .21 363, 492 Free Negroes of North Carolina, The, 0. TV. Blacknall 57 20 Free Produce among the Quakers, TV. P. Garrison 22 485 *Free School System of the United States, The (Francis Adams), C. B. Martin 38 509 Free Trade Revenue Reform, E. Atkinson 28 460 *(Fr6mont, Jessie Benton) The Story of the Guard 11 142 Fr~monts Hundred Days in Mis- souri, TV. Dorsheimer. .9 115, 247, 372 Fremsynte Fromentin *Fremsynte, Den, eller Billeder fra Nordlaud (Jonas Lie), T. S. Perry 29 630 French, Alice (Octave Tlianet, pseud.) The Indoor Pauper: A Study... 47 749 48 241 The Bishops Vagabond 53 26 The Ogre of Ha Ha Bay 56 505 Six Visions of St. Augustine.... 58 187 French, Henry Flagg Count Pulaskis Strange Power .41 729 *French and Belgians (Phebe E. Gibbons), 2. S. Perry 44 650 French and English, P. U. Hamer- ton 58 17, 318, 619; 59 32, 668 60 593, 766 French and English Art-Writers, E. Benson 24 119 French and English Illustrated Mag- azines, E. Benson 25 681 *French and German Essays, Re- cent : Frankreich nnd die Fran- gosen (Hillebrand); Etudes Biographiques et Litteraires (dHaussouville); Portraits du XVIII Siecle (Soury), T. S. Perry 44 230 *French and German Essays, Recent : Etudes Critiques sur lHistoire de la Litt~ratnre; X. Doudan, Pens& s, Essais, et Maximes; Six Lectures on the History of German Thought, froni the Seven Years War to Goethes Death ; Deutsche Literaturgeschichte, T. S. Per ry 47 418 French Art, Practice and Patronage of, S. U. W. Benjamin 36 257 French Character, The, H. T. Tuck erman 5 257 French Claims, The, E. H. Der13~j. .26 180 French Comic Dramatist, A, J. B. Matt hews 46 48 French Democracy, H. Tuttle 29 560 French Domestic Life and its Les sons, .J. Durand 48 164 *French Dramatists of the Nine- teenth Century (J. Brander Matthews), S. Baxter 49 273 *French Home Life, 7. S. Perry... 33 748 French Imbroglio of 1798, The, J. Partort 31 641 *French Literature, History of (H. Van Laun), Vol. I., T. S. Perry 39 504 *French Literature, History of, Vol. II. (H. Van Laun), T. S. Perry 40 118 Vol. III., T. S. Perry 41 551 82 *Frenchman in the United States in 1840, A, H. C. Lodge 51 270 *Frenchman in the United States in 1881, A, II. C. Lodge 51 556 French Novels, Some : Oblomoff; Le Nabab (Daudet); Les Petits Bourgeois (Baizac) ; Dosia; Sonia; Nouvelles Russes (henry Gr~ville); Vertu (Hal- 1cr); Une Page dAmour (Zola), T. S. Perry 42 296 *French Novels, Two New, 2. S. Perry 45 117 *Freneh Paintings, Some, ~. P. Lathrop 30 120 French Panic, The, J. L. Laughlin. .49 695 *French Pictures, Exhibition of, with Notices of La Farge, Porter, and Vedder, H. Ja~nes, Jr 29 115 French Poet of the Old Regime, A, W.D. Howells 41 332 *Frei~ch Poets and Novelists (H. James, Jr.), W. D. Howells.. .42 118 French Struggle for Naval and Co- lonial Power, The, G. Reynolds.12 626 French Tragedy, R. U. White 47 827 Fr~res Zemganno, Les (Edmond de Goncourt), T. S. Perry.... 44 809 *Fresh Hearts that failed Three Thousand Years ago (R. T. S. Lowell), J. B. Lowell 5 759 *Friar Anselmo and other Poems (Julia C. R. Dorr), U. P. La throp 45 838 Friar Jeromes Beautiful Book, T. B. Aldrich 14 195 Friend, A, C. P. (ranch 18 739 Friend Elis Daughter, B. Taylor... 10 99 Friend of my Youth, The, T. B. Aldrich 27 169 Friends, A Complaint of, M. A. Dodge 10 359 Friends: A Duet, E. S. Phelps. .. .47 86, 145, 305, 490, 666, 836; 48 98 *Friends: A Duet (E. S. Phelps). .48 566 Friends Burial, The, J. G. Whittier.32 64 *Frieiids in Council, New Series, C. E. Norton 5 125 *Frisk and his Flock (Mrs. D. P. Sanford), Z. F. Peirce 41 138 *Fritz Ellrodt (Karl Gutzkow), T. S. Perry 29 243 *Froebel, Friedrich, Reminiscences of (B. von Marenbolz-Biilow; Mrs. Horace Mann, trans.), H. E. Scudder 42 125 From a Mournful Villager, S. 0. Jewett . .. .48 664 (Fromentin, Eugl~ne) Une II~t~ dans le Sahara 1 384 Froment Gallatin *Froment Jeune et Risler Ain~ (I)audet), 7. S. Perry 38 248 *Froin Evergiade to Cation (Theo. F. Rodenbough, comp.) 37 498 *From Fort Henry to Corinth (M. F. Force), S. Al. Quincy 49 410 From Generation to Generation, C. Chesebro 27 691; 28 9 From Jaffa to Jerusalem, C. D. Warner 38 1 *From Madge to Margaret (Carroll Winchester), H. E. Scudder.. .46 421 *Fromme Helene, Die (XV. Busch), T. S. Perry 30 244 From Pennsylvania Hills to Mm nesota Prairies, J. T. Trow bridge 25 272 From Shore to Shore, TV. J. Still- man 29 596 From the Garden of a Friend, M. A. Tincker 58 502 From the Orient Dire, A. S. Ev ans 24 542 From the Purple Island, L. E. Guernsey 38 225 *From Traditional to Rational Faith (R. A. Griffin) 40 249 *Frontenac, Count, and New France under Louis XIV. (F. Park- man), W. D. Howells 40 496 Frost-Work, T. B. Aldrich 32 284 Frothiugham, Nathanael Langdon The Custom of Burial with the Head toward the East 19 621 Frothingham, Octavius Brooks *Lessings Nathan the Wise (Ellen Frothingham) 21 250 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. .49 819 Care for the People under Des potism 50 20 Art and Wealth 50 741 Some Phases of Idealism in New England 52 13 *Jones Very 52 123 Voices of Power 53 170 Washington as it should he 53 841 *Johnsom~s Persia 55 270 Frothingham, Richard The Sam Adams Regiments in the Town of Boston.. .9 701; 10 179 12 595 *Froudes Carlyle, H. TV. Holland. .50 1~7 Froudes Henry the Eighth, C. C. Hazewell 10 16 *Frozem~ Asia: A Sketch of Modern Siberia (Charles H. Eden), T. S. Perry 46 264 Frozen Harbor, The, J. T. Trow bridge 15 281 *Friihlingsfluthen (Ivan Tourgu& nieff), T. S. Perry 30 497, 630 Fruits of Free Labor in the Smaller Islands of the British West Indies, The, C. L. Brace 9 273 Fugitive, The, H. W. Longfellow.. .27 15 Fugitives from Labor, F. Sheldon.. .20 370 Fuller, Anna A Contrast. .. 49 251 *Fullers Pictures, H. S. Mackintosh.29 505 F. D. Millet 37 631 Fullerton, Thomas By the Dead 1 595 The Birth-Mark 2 412 Two Years After 3 548 Furness, Mrs. Helen Kate Our Soldiers 13 364 *Furnesss Merchant of Venice, C. E. Woodberry 62 706 *Furnesss Othello, C. E. Wood- berry 58 270 Furnivall, Mr., and Mr. Lounsbury. .41 678 *Fusang; or, The Discovery of America by Chinese Priests in the Fifth Century (Charles G. Leland), T. S. Perry 37 120 Future Militia System, Our, T. W. Higginson 16 371 Future of American Railways, The, T. C. Clarke 5 641 Future of American Shipping, The, H. Hall 47 166 Future of Harvard Divinity School, The, W~ C. Langdon 48 377 Future of Invention, The, W. H. Babcock 44 137 Future of Precious Metal Mining in the United States, N. S. Shaler 45 765 Future of the Country College, The, W.deW.Hyde 62 721 Future Summer, The, A. Fields. .. .14 503 Future Years, Concerning, A. K. H. Boyd.... 7 596 *Gabrielle; or, The Ilouse of Maurbge (Henry Gr~ville).... 42 702 Gabrielle De Bergerac, H. James, Jr 24 55, 231, 352 Gabriels Defeat, T. W. Higgin son ... .10 337 Gage, William Leonhard *Life and Times of Huss 13 638 *ii\Ian and Nature (Marsh) 14 261 *Letters of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 15 126 Gala-Days, M. A. Dodge. .11 629; 12 17 Galiani, The Abb~, E. Howland.... 31 299 Galileo, The Haunts of, E. D. R. Bianciardi 54 91 *Galileo, The Private Life of, W. D. Howells 26 375 Gallatin, Albert, J. T. Morse, Jr.. .44 513 83 Galleries Gere *Galleries and Cabinets of Art in Great Britain (Dr. Waagen), C. E. Norton 1 765 Galleries of Art, On the Formation of, J. J. Jarves 6 106 Gambrel Roof, A, L. Larcom 33 141 *Gannett, Ezra Stiles. A Memoir (William C. Gannett), W. D. Howells 35 620 Garden Statues, .J. M. Thompson... 38 717 Gardner, Mrs. Frances Louise The Lost Gods 45 741 *Gareth and Lynette (Alfred Tennyson) 30 747 Garfield, James Abram The Currency Conflict 37 219 A Century of Congress 40 49 Garfield, W. D. Howells 48 707 Garibaldi, J. G. Whittier 24 431 Garibaldi, Glimpses of, L. Parks, Jr.7 465 Garibaldis Career, The Close of, W. R. Thayer 62 758 Garibaldis Early Years, W. B. Thayer 62 482 Garibaldis Ideas, W. L. Alden 56 109 Garnaut Hall, T. B. Aldrich 15 182 Garrison, Wendell Phillips Free Produce among tbe Quakers.22 485 Garrison, William Lloyd, L. .211. Child 44 234 *Garrison, William Lloyd, and his Times (Oliver Johnson), G. E. Woodberr~, 47 558 *Garrison, William Lloyd, T. W. Higginson 57 120 *Garth (Julian Hawthorne), 0. P. Lathrop 40 242 Gastein, The Valley of, H. M. Hunt 27 27 Gaucho, The, W. F. Mayer 2 178 Gautier, Tb~ophile, J. B. Perkins. .59 290 Gautier, Th~ophile; a Literary Artist, E. Benson 21 664 *Gautier, Th~ophile (Ernest Fey- deau), T. S. Perry 33 752 *Gautier, Th~ophile (E. Bergerat), T. S. Perry 45 395 Gay, Sydney Howard How we grow in the Great North west 23 438 When did the Pilgrim Fathers land at Plymouth 9 48 612 Gayley, Charles ToO.H.F 58263 *Gazette des Beaux Arts 33 504, 506 *Geheiine Treiben, Das (Hermana von Scharif-Scharifenstein), T. S. Perry 30 750 *Geinini. No Name Series, H. W. Preston 42 431 *Gems of the Dresden Gallery 39 116 *Gems of the Gray Collection 39 116 Genesis, E. D. Owen 44 348 Genesis of Bird-Song, The, M. Thompson 57 613 Genesis of Genius, The, G. Allen.. .47 371 *Genesis of the New England Churches, The (L. Bacon), H. W. Preston 35 244 *(Getiesez, Eugi~ne) Histoire de la Litt~rature Fran~aise, depuis ses Origines jusquh la R~vo lution 9 523 *Genial Showman, The (Hingston) .26 511 Genius, J. B. Brown 13 137 Genius of Dickens, The, E. P. Whipple 19 546 Genius of Dor~, The ; a Study in .2Lsthetics, J. J. Jarves 24 379 Genius of Hawthorne, The, E. P. Peabody 22 359 Gentle Fire-Eater, The, C. Gordon. .41 43 - *Gentlefolks and Others (Julia Dubring) 38 368 *Gentle Life, The 16 250 *Gentleman, The (George H. Cal- vert), H. T. Tuckerman 11 787 Gentleman of an Old School, A, J. W. De Forest ... 21 546 *Gentleman of Leisure, A (Edgar Fawcett) .... 48 561 *Gentlemans Magazine Library, The, Vols. I. and H., C. E. Woodberry 55 116 Gentlemens Contribution to the Ladies Deposit, The, M. A. Dodge 48 111 *Geographical Distribution of Ani- mals (A. R. Wallace), J. Fiske 39 371 *Geo]ogical Evidences of the Anti- quity of Man, The (Charles Lyell), C. T. Jackson 12 128 Geological Middle Age, The, L. Agassiz 12 212 Geologic Ramble on the Weald, A, M. D. Conway 50 340 *Geology and Physical Geography of Brazil (C. F. Hartt), N. S. Shaler 26 763 *Geology of the Stars (Winchell), J. Fiske 31 758 *George Bailey (Oliver Oldboy), H. E. Scudder 46 837 George Bedillion, Knight, B. H. Davis 19 155, 289 George Silvermans Explanation, C. Dickens 21 118, 145, 277 Georges Little Girl, M. E. W. Sherwood 43 619 Gere, Amanda R. Frederic Chopin 31 420 84 German Gilmore German Agitator and a French Dilettante, A, T. S. Perry 45 392 German Baron and English Re- formers, A, R. D. Owen 31 730 German Burns, The, B. Taylor 9 430 German Codperative Credit-Unions, R. T. Ely 47 207 *Gerinaii Element in the War of American Independence, The (George Washington Greene). .37 618 *German Fiction, Recent: Unter- wegs (Auerbach); Der Forst- meister (Auerbach) ; Und sic Rommt doch ! (Wilbelmine von Hillern), T. S. Perry 45 566 German Influence in English Liter- ature, T. S. Perry 40 129 German Landlady, A, H. M. Hunt .26 441 *~ernj~~ Literature, Outlines of (Joseph Jostwick and Robert Harrison) 32 626 *Germai~ Literature, Short History of (Hosmer), T. S. Perry 43 680 *Geri~au Novels, Two: Aiss einer Kleinen Stadt; Brigitta, T. S. Perry.... ... .47 575 German Popular Legend of Dr. Faustus, The, T. A. L. Robinson .2 551 Germans in the West, The, J. I. Lalor 32 459 German Songs and a few other Mat-. ters, W. Mitchell 24 442 *German Thought, from the Seven Years War to Goethes Death, Six Lectures on the History of (Karl Hillebrand), T. S. Perry .47 421 German Universities, F. B8cher 7 257 *German Universities (James Mor- gan Hart), T. S. Perry 35 242 Germany, The Stage in, S. Baxter. .42 177 Germany in NewYork, C. D. Slzanly.19 555 Germs of National Sovereignty in the United States, The, J. Fislce.58 648 *Gesami~elte Philosophische Ab- handlungen zur Philosophic des Unbewussten (E. V. Hart- mann), T. S. Perry 29 629 *Gescbichte der Europaischen Staaten ; Frankreichs (Hille- brand), T. S. Perry 40 634 Getting Home Again, J. T. Fields... 7 196 Getting Married in Germany, J. Schayer 47 3~ Gettysburg, Campaign and Battle of, June and July, 1863, 0. 0. Howard 38 48 *Gettysburg, The Battle of (Le Comte de Paris), f. C. Ropes. .58 852 Gettysburg, The Field of, J. T. Troicbridqe .16 616 Ghost, A, S. ill. B. Piatt 40 187 Ghost in the Capn Brown House, The, H. B. Stowe 26 654 Ghost in the Mill, The, H. B. Stowe.25 688 Ghost of Little Jacques, The, A. Ill. Hoyt 11 213 Ghost Redivivus, The, G. Ruffini. ... 1 167 Ghosts, R. K. Munkittrick 55 371 Ghost Stories, H. B. Kiny 43 286 *Giant Cities of Bashan, The; and Syrias Holy Places (J. IL. Por ter) 18 125 Giant in the Spiked Helmet, The, f. K. Hosmer 27 433 Gibbon, Edward, W. D. Howells. . ..41 99 Gibbons, Mrs. Phc~be Earl Pennsylvania Dutch 24 473 Gibbs, Wolcott Note, respecting Article, The New Education . 23 514 Gibraltar, At, G. E. Woodberry.... 61 145 Gibson, A. L. A Night in a Typhoon 25 343 *Gibson, John, Sculptor, Life of (Lady Eastlake, ed.), C. P. Cranch 26 124 Gibson, William Pisa 34 144 *(Giddings, Joshua, R.) The Exiles of Florida, E. Quincy 2 509 Gifford, E. C. Stedman 46 792 Gift of Tears, The, S. M. B. Piatt. .52 232 Gift of Tritemius, The, .J. C. Whit her 1 62 Gifts of the Fates, The, W. R. Thayer 61 232 *Gilchrist, Anne, H. E. Scudder. ... 60 275 *Gilchrists Blake, The New Edi- tion of, H. E. Scudder. 47 717 Giles, Henry Thomas Hood 6 513 The Egotist in Life 24 399 Gilman, Arthur The Hancock House and its Founder... 11 692 The Gold Fields of Nova Scotia. .13 576 Gilman, Arthur *Life and Labors of Mr. Brassey (Helps) . ... . . 35 240 *A Short History of the English People (Green) 35 738 *Shakespeare from an American Point of View (Wilkes) 40 247 *The Parliament of Foules (Louns bury, ed.) ... .41 403 Ten Years in Early English 40 430 Gilman, Daniel Coit *California University 34 124 Gilmore, James Roberts (Ed- mund Kirke, pseud.) Our Visit to Richmond 14 372 Our Last Day in Dixie 14 715 85 Giottos Goethe John Jordan from the Head of Baine 16 434 The Chicago Conspiracy 16 108 A Suppressed Chapter of History .59 435 Giottos Tower, H. W. Longfellow. .17 724 *(Girardin, Emile de) La Libert& . .1 264 *Gfrardin, Madame de, avec des Let- tres in~dites de Lamartine, Cha- teaubriand, Mile. Rachel, T. S. Perry 36 370 *(Girardin, Saint-Marc) Cours de Litt~rature Drainatique 9 524 Girdle of Friendship, The, 0. W. Holmes 53 386 Girl Novelists of the Time, H. W. Preston 60 705 Girls that Tried Farming, Two, E. Farman 35 202 Girolamo Detto il Fiorentino Dc- sponds and Abuses the World, W. W. Story 39 554 Give, A. Fields. 11 643 Giving up the World, S. M. B. Piatt 38 417 Glacial Period, L. Agassiz 13 224 Glacial Phenomena in Maine, L. Agassiz 19 211, 281 Glacier, Internal Structure and Pro- gression of the, L. Agassiz... 12 751 Glacier, The Hassler, in the Straits of Magellan, E. C. Agassiz. ... 30 472 Glaciers, External Appearance of, L. Agcssiz 13 56 Glaciers, The Forniation of, L. Agassiz 12 568 *Glaciers of the Alps, The (Tyndall) .6 508 Gladioli, F. E. Ford 28 187 Glamour, W. 0. Bates 44 34 Glance Backward, A, S. F. Cooper. .59 199 Glance Backward, A Second, S. F. Cooper .60 474 Glaucus, F. M. Thomas 57 45 Glen Roy, in Scotland, The Parallel Roads of, L. Agassiz 13 723 Glimpse at 1786, A, F. Stanwood. .57 777 *Glimpse at the Art of Japan, A (James Jackson Jarves), T. S. Perry 37 750 Glimpse of Contemporary Art in Europe, A, W. J. Hoppin. .32 200, 257 Glimpse of Emersons Boyhood, A, J. F. Cabot 59 650 Glimpse of Genoa, A, W. D. How ells 19 359 Glimpses of Garibaldi, L. Parks, Jr.. .7 465 Glints in Auld Reekie, H. M. Jack son 52 363 Glints of Nahant, C. F. Lummis. . .52 186 *Glocken des Strassburger Miin- sters, Die (Franz Liszt), W. F. Apt ho rp 36 377 86 Glorying in the Goad, M. A. Dodqe .14 21 *Glossarial Index to the Printed English Literature of the Thir- teenth Century, A (H. Cole- ridge), J. R. Lowell 4 638 Glyndon Howard, pseud. (See Redden, Laura C.) Gnadenhi.itten, W. D. Howells 23 95 *(Goadby, Henry) A Text-Book of Vegetable and Animal Physi- ology, designed for the use of Schools, Seminaries, and Col- leges in the United States 2 766 Goal of Spring, The, J. F. Col man.... ...... 31 560 *God and the Bible (Matthew Ar- nold), H. W. Preston 37 499 Goddard, Delano Alexander Websters Speeches 4~ 96 Goddard, Mrs. Martha Le Baron *A Century of Dishonor 47 572 Godkin, Edwin Laurence Libel and its Legal Remedy 46 729 The Attempt on the Presidents Life 48 395 God of Pearl, The, E. F. Terry,... .32 559 God Save the Flag! 0. W. Holmes .15 115 Gods of Wo Lee, The, S. Andrews .25 469 Gods said Love is Blind, The, H. M. Jackson 50 221 Godwin, Parke The Financial Flurry 1 112 The Presidents Message .1 371 A Brief Review of the Kansas Usurpation 1 492 Mr. Buchanans Administration 1 745754 The Presidents Prophecy of Peace.2 111 *Godwin, William: his Friends and Contemporaries (Paul), H. F. Scudder 38 115 *Goethe, W. (A. M~zi~res), T. S. Perry 29 756 *Goethe, Der Junge: Seine Briefe und Dichtungen von 176476 (Bernays), T. S. Perry 39 121 *Goethe, Etudes sur les Po~sies Lyriques de (Lichtenberger), T. S. Perry. 42 518 *Goethe: his Life and Works (George H. Calvert 30 493 *Goethe, Life and Times of (Her- man Grimm; Sarah Holland Adams, trans.), L. Henry 48 688 Goethe and Schiller, The Busts of, W. A. Butler 1 395 *Goethe and Schiller: Their Lives and their Works. Including a Commentary on Goethes Faust (H. H. Boyesen), T. S. Perry 43 541 Goethe Grammar *Goethe..Carlyle Correspondence, The, G. E. Woodberry 59 849 *Goethe in seinem Verhhltnisse zur Musik (W. von Bock), T. S. Perry 29 629 *Goethes Correspondence with a Child, B. F. Presbury 5 251 *Goethes Limitations as Man and Poet, L. Henry 48 688 Going Soiith,E. S. Phelps 37 25 *Going to Jericho (J. F. Swift).. .22 256 Going to Sleep, E. A. C. Akers. .. .15 680 Gold E~g A Dream Phantasy, .J. R. Lowell 15 528 Golden Chains, J. G. Austin 19 708 *Golden City, The (B. F. Barrett), H. James . .33 236 Golden Dell, P. H. Hayne 32 425 Golden Hesperides, The, C. D. War ner 61 48 *Golden Hour, The (M. D. Conway), J. JVeiss 10 644 Golden Justice, The, W. H. Bishop.57 620, 721 58 27, 145, 289, 474, 628, 721 Golden Milestone, The, H. W. Long fellow 1 174 Golden Wedding, M. D. Conway. . .11 454 Golden Wedding of Longwood, The, J. G. Whittier 33 13 Gold-Fields of Nova Scotia, The, A. Gilman 13 576 Gold Hair. A Legend of Pornic, R. Browning 13 596 *Gold of Chickaree, The (Susan and Anna Warner), T. S. Perry 39 370 Goldoni, Carlo, W. D. Howells 40 601 *Goldsmith, Oliver, in English Men of Letters (William Black). .43 545 *Goldsmith, Oliver, Select Poems of (V. J. Rolfe, ed.), H. E. Scudder 37 128 Goncourt, Edmond and Jules, E. Ileclus 41 180 *Goncourt Memoirs, The, T. Child.61 421 Gone, R. Terry 6 571 Goodale, Mrs. Dora Hill Read Without Reward 32 149 Good-By to Rip Van Winkle, A, G. A. Pierce ... 52 695 Goodell, William The Bedlams of Stamboul 28 527 *Good Fight, A, and other Tales (Charles Reade), E. H. House. .5 381 *Good Investment, A (William Flagg) 30 487 *Good Morals and Gentle Manners (A. M. Gow) 36 640 Good-Morrow and Good-Night, J. Boit 43 716 87 Good-Natured Pendulum, The, 1?. E. Hale 23 20 *Good Opera and High Prices, W. M Apthorp 33 127 *Good Thoughts in Bad Times (Thomas Fuller) 12 791 Good Times, C. P. Lathrop 41 301 Good Word for Quacks, A, E. Spen cer 31 322 Goody Grunsells House, L. Lar corn 34 279 Gordon, Armistead Churchill A Pinchtowu Pauper 60 326 Gordon, Clarence Mr. Dc Forests Novels 32 611 The Gentle Fire-Eater 41 43 *Harvard Annual Report 41 675 Gordon Cumming, Mrs Constance Frederica A Legend of Inverawe 54 333 *Gordon, General, at Khartoum, E. Noble 56 415 Gorilla, My Visit to the, A. Young. .22 550 Gospel of Defeat, The, H. W. Pres ton 54 21 *Gospel of the Resurrection, The (J. M. Whiton), P. H. Steen stra 48 700 Gosse, Edmund Unheard Music 53 130 *Gosses Edition of Grays Works, H. E. Scudder 55 566 *(Gosse, Philip 11.) The Aquarium; an Unveiling of the Wonders of the Deep Sea 2 253 *Gosses Study of Gray, H. E. Scud der 50 844 Gothic Capital, A, T. Bacon 22 711 *Gott in der Geschichte (Bunsen).. .3 525 Gottschalk, Louis Moreau Notes of a Pianist ... .15 177, 350, 573 Gould, Augustus Addison *Methods of Study in Natural History (Agassiz) 13 131 *(Gould, Benjamin Apthorp, Jr.) Reply to the Statement of the Trustees of the Dudley Observatory, .1. U. Lowell 4 650 Gourgues, Dominic de, The Ven- geance of, F. Parlcman 14 530 Gournay, The Learned Lady de, M. D. Steele 61 328 *Govinda Sdmanta, or the History of a Bengal R~iiyat (Lal Be- han Day), I. S. Perry 37 379 *Grace for Grace (William James), H. W. Preston 37 380 *Grammar of Painting and Engrav- ing, The (Charles Blanc; K. N. Doggctt, trans.), C. Cook and C. P. Lathrop 33 244 Granadan Greek Granadan Girls Song, The, H. E. Prescott 5 657 Grand Canal of China, Up the. Pas- sages from a Travellers Let- ters, C. Longfellow 34 340 *Grandissimes, The (George W. Cable), H. E. Scudder 46 829 Grandmothers Story: The Great Snow, A. L. Johnson 20 716 Grandmother Tenterden. (Massa- chusetts Shore, 1800), B. Harte .29 105 Grand Traverse Region of Michigan, The, H. W. S. Cleveland 26 191 *Granges against the Railroads, The, A. G. Sedywicic 32 508 Grant, T. TV. Higginson 57 384 Grant, President, The Intellectual Character of, A. Badeau 23 625 *Grant, Ulysses S., Personal History of (A. 1). Richardson), W. D. Howells 22 638 *Grant and the Civil Service, A. G. Sedywicic 31 716 *Grant Convention and Platform, The, F. B. Sanborn 30 254 *Grants, General, Qualifications and Disqualifications, A. G. Sedgwiclc 29 125 *Grants Memoirs, Second Volume, T. W. Higginson 58 419 Grapes, E. Fawcett 36 602 Grapevine, The Goophered, C. W. ~3hesnutt 60 254 Grass: A Rumination, E. M. Thomas 5~ 693 Grave by the Lake, The, J. C. Whittier 15 561 Grave of a Suicide, At the, S. M. B. Piatt 58 76 *~ray (Edmund W. Gosse), H. E. Scudder 50 844 Gray, Asa Darwin on the Origin of Species. .6 109, 229 Darwin and his Reviewers 6 406 *(Gray, A sa) Botanical Series, 0. W. Holmes 2 383 Gray Collection of Engravings, Catalogue of the (Thies), 0. S. Hillard 25 127 Gray, Collins, and Beattie, T. S. Perry 46 810 Gray, David Murillos Immaculate Concep tion 26 599 Gray, Elinor Isolation 38 154 Gray, Fearn, pseud (See Wingate, B. C.) Gray Goth, In the, E. S. Phelps.. .20 559 Gray Hair in Youth, E. .211. Thomas.59 469 88 Great Air-Engine, The, R. B. Hard- my 12 701 Great Arm-Chair, The, M. R. Wat son 6 294 *Great Auction Sale of Slaves at Sa vannah, Georgia 4 386 Great Contemporary Musicians, Some. From a Young Ladys Letters Home, A. Fag 34 453 Great Deed of Arms, A, F. Park- man..... 32 691 Great Doctor, The, A. ........ 18 12, 174 Great Earthquakes of the Old World, N. S. Shaler 24 140 *Greater Britain and the United States : The Expansion of Eng- land; The Plough and the Dol- lar, H. E. Scudder 53 271 Great Erie Imbroglio, The, .J. K. Medbery 22 111 *Greater London (Walford), H. E. Scudder 56 279 Greatest Novelists Work for Free- dom, The, C. B. Martin 44 761 Great Event of the Century, The, C. T. & ngdon 2 744 *Great Expectations (Dickens), B. P. Whipple 8 380 Great Failure, The 1 385 Great Instrument, The, 0. J47 Holmes 12 637 Great Italian Nobles Palace and Household, A, A. Tachella... .40 197 Great Lakes, The, T. C. Clarke 7 226 15 693 Great Lakes, Harbors of the, T. C. Clarke 7 313 *Great Match, and Other Matches, The, G.P.Lathrop 39 501 Great Men, Great Thoughts, and the Environment, W. James..46 441 (See, also, Genesis of Genius, The.) Great Public Character, A, J. .11. Lowell 20 618 Great Revolution in Pitcairn, The, S. L. Clemens 43 295 *Greece, Ancient and Modern (C. C. Felton), W. D. Howells 19 639 Greece, Domestic Country Life in, B. W. Felton 50 675 Greece, Modern (George M.Towle).40 504 *Greece, New (Sergeant), T. S. Perry 43 683 *Greece and Rome : Their Life and Art (Jacob von Falke; Wil- liam Hand Browne, trans.), H. B. Scudder 49.130 Greek, The Study of, A. P. Pea body 53 71 Greek Goddesses, The, T. TV. Hig gznson 24 97 Greek Guerdon *Greek in Harvard, Study of, T. Davidson 39 123 *Greek in Harvard; Letter from Professor Davidson 39 386 Greek Lines, H. Van Brunt. .7 654; 8 76 *Greek Literature, A History of (J. P. Mahaffy), L. Dyer 46 705 Greek Play at Harvard, The, C. E. Norton 48 106 *Greek Poets, Studies of the (John Addington Symonds), L. Dyer.45 704 *Greeks of To-day, The (Charles K. Tuckermau), W. D. Howells.31 104 *Greek Vignettes (James Albert Harrison) 42 514 *Greeley Earceur, Mr., W. D. How ells 30 638 *(Greeley, Horace) Recollections of a Busy Life, W. D. How ells 23 260 *The American Conflict 14 133 Green, Samuel Abbott The Story of a Famous Book.... 27 207 Greene, Annie Douglas (Marian Douglas, pseud.) The Puritan Lovers 23 566 The Advent Preacher 25 410 The First Parting 30 450 Before the Wedding 30 685 Patience Dow 33 311 Rose Daniels 39 684 Cousin Patty 40 226 Greene, Francis Vinton ~*5hern,ans Historical Raid 37 114 Greene, George Walton Our Nominating Machines 52 323 Greene, George Washington The Home of Lafayette 8 649 How Rome is governed 14 150 Finances of the Revolution 14 591 Diplomacy of the Revolution... .15 576 *President Reed of Penuyslvania: a Reply to Mr. Geo. Bancroft, and others 19 762 Longfellows Translation of Dantes Divina Cominedia.... 20 188 The Hessian Mercenaries of our Revolution 35 131 General John De Kalb 36 476 Reminiscences of George Grote. .44 779 *(Greene, George Washington) His- torical View of the American Revolution, 0. E. Ellis 16 127 *Greene, Major-General Nathannel, Life of (G. W. Greene), W. D. Howells 21 506 27 779; 28 510 Green Mountain Corn-field, A, B. Torrey 62 47 Greenough, James Bradstreet The Blackbirds 39 31 * Green Pastures and Piccadilly (Black), H. W. Preston 41 489 Greenwood, Grace, pseud. (See Lippincott, Mrs. Sara Jane) Grey, Barton, pseud. (See Sass, H.) Greyport Legend, A (1797), B. Harte 28 357 *Greyson Letters, The (Henry Rog ers) 1 122 Grieve, Robert People of a New England Factory Village 46 460 Griffith Gaunt; or, Jealousy, C. .lleade 16 641 17 100, 221, 365, 507, 596, 751 18 94, 204, 323, 492, 606 *Griffith Gaunt (Charles Reade), W.D. Howells 18 767 *Grimms Life of Michael Angelo, f. Fiske 17 124 Griadwell Governing Machine, The, C. P. Cranch 1 576 Griswold, William McCrillis The Story of a Swiss Ring-Poli tician .. .41 347 *Metternieh 45 691 *Eminent Israelites 46 566 *Kossuths Memories of Exile... 46 568 Grit, E. P. Whipple 15 407 *Grossen Piano-forten Virtuosen unserer Zeit, Die (W. Von Lenz), T. S. Perry 29 371 Grosvenor, William Mason The Railroads and the Farms.... 32 591 I Grote, Augustus Radcliffe The Marguerite 34 670 At Parting 37 371 A Last Word 39 329 Grote, George, Reminiscences of, C. W. Greene 44 770 *Grounds and Buildings of the Cen- tennial Exhibition, Philadel- phia, 1876 (Gardner) 43 548 *Gronp of Poets, A, and their Haunts (James Albert Harri- son), 0. P. Latlirop 36 364 *Growing Power of the Republie of Chile, The, H. A. Clepp.... 54 110 Growth, Limitations. and Toleration of Shakespeares Genius, The, E. P. Whippie 20 178 Growth of C~nscienee in the Decora- tive Arts, H. Van Brunt 42 204 Growth of Continents, The, L. Agassiz 12 72 Growth of the Novel, G. P. Lathrop .33 684 Gnardian Angel, The, 0. W. Holmes.. .19 1, 129, 257, 385, 513, 641 20 1, 129, 257, 385, 513, 641 Guerdon, The, T. B. Aldrich 19 227 Guerdon, The, J. J. Piatt 49 30 89 Guernsey Hale Guernsey, Clara Florida On,the Ridge 32 656 Guernsey, Lucy Ellen The Cohansey Tea-Fight 33 478 Miss Georgines Husband 34 568 From the Purple Island 38 225 *(Guerrazzi, F. D.) Beatrice Cenci, a Historical Novel of the Six- teenth Century, J. II. Lowell.. .1 638 Guests Confession, H. James, Jr... 30 385, 565 Guests of Night, The, B. Taylor... 29 14 Guides, A Talk about, M. S. Cum mins 13 649 Guido Rospigliosi, Ii, T. W. Par Sons 25 43 Guiney, Louise Imogen Chance 47 826 An English Literary Cousin 54 467 A Salutation 57 316 Sleep 58 791 A Tory Parson 59 524 The XVaterways of Portsmouth. .60 9 *Guizot, Monsieur, in Private Life (Mine. De Witt; M. C. M. Simpson, trans.), G. E. Wood- berry 48 412 Gunnar. A Norse Romance, H. H. Bogesen. .32 13, 166, 320, 426, 513,681 *Gunnar (Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen), W. L). Howells 34 624 Gurney, Ephraim Whitman *Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb (Goodwin). .6 242 Gurowski, R. Garter 18 625 Gustafson, Axel Carl Johan Count Shouvaloff 42 333 Un Homme Capable 44 213 Gymnasium, The, D. W. (heever... .3 529 Gymnastics, T. W. Higginson 7 283 Gymnastics, The New, D. Lewis... 10 129 *Gypsies, A History of the (XV. Simpson) 18 254 *Gypsies, The (Charles G. Leland), G. P. Lathrop 50 416 Gypsies, The Origin of the, G. W. Hosmer 17 167 H. H. (See Hunt, Mrs. Helen Maria, and Jackson, Mrs. Helen Maria) Habitant of Lower Canada, The, E. Farrer 48 771t Habits of English Life, R. G. White . 45 86 Hhndel, George Frederick, J. S. Dwight 55 495 *Hijndel, The Life of, by Victor Schoeleher 1 378 *Hiindel and haydn Triennial in Boston, The, TV. F. Aptlzorp. .334 247 90 *Hijndels Messiah, Christmas Per- formance of, W. F. Apthorp.. .39 385 H~flz of Shir~z, E. P. Evans 53 94 *H~flz, Texts and Translations of: Die Lieder des H~fiz ; H~ifiz of Shir~z; Der Sanger von Schiras, E. P. Evans 53 309 Hagar, Albert D. Ancient Mining on the Shores of Lake Superior 15 308 Hague, James Duncan Some Coral Islands and Island ers 22 36 Hair-Chains, M. C. Putnam 8 534 *Hal: The Story of a Clodhopper (W. M. F. Round), T. S. Perry 46 124 Halcyon Days, C. Chesebro 14 675 Hale, Charles Personal Reminiscences of the Late Henry Thomas Buckle.. .11 488 The Khedive and his Court 37 513 *The Wages Question (Walker) .38 505 *Working People and their Em ployers (Gladden) 38 505 Municipal Indebtedness 38 661 Consular Service and Society in Egypt 40 280 *Tl~e Constitutional and Political History of the United States (Von Holst) 39 630 Hale, Edward Everett. (Fred- erick Ingham, pseud.) The Dot and Line Alphabet 2 633 My Double; and how He undid Me 4 356 The London Working Mens Col lege 8 30 Solid Operations in Virginia~. . .9 781 The Man without a Country 12 665 Northern Invasions 13 245 The Queen of California 13 265 How to use Victory 13 763 What shall we have for Dinner ?.14 364 Paul Jones and Denis Duval... .14 493 Edward Everett 15 342 How Mr. Frye would have preached it 19 198 The United States Sanitary Com mission 19 416 My Visit to Sybaris 20 63 Dinner Speaking 20 507 A Week in Sybaris 21 160 Did he take the Prince to ride ?. .21 603 The First and the Last 22 744 The Good-natured Pendulum .. 23 20 The Brick Mooii 24 451, 603, 679 Life in the Brick Moon 25 215 A Fossil from the Tertiary 44 98 John Baptist at the Jordan 49 60 A Visit to Jerusalem 49 368 Hale Handwriting Daniel Defoe and Thomas Shep ard 56 85 *(Hale, Edward Everett) If, Yes, and Perhaps, W. D. Ilowells .22 634 *The Ingliam Papers, W. D. Howells 24 128 Hale, Lucretia Peabody The Queen of the Red Chessmen. .1 431 Why did the Governess faint?.. .3 543 Sunshine 6 657 Two and One 10 594 The Musician 12 82 The Two Letters 31 513 An Uncloseted Skeleton (with E. L. Bynner) 60 433 Half an Hour before Supper, B. Harte 30 272 *Half Hours with Insects (A. S. Packard, Jr.), S. H. Scudder. .40 380 Half-Life and Half a Life, A, E. H. Appleton 13 157 *Half.. Score New Novelists, A: A Wheel of Fire ; As it was XXTritten ; The Last Meeting; Roses of Shadow; Within the Capes ; A Mission Flower ; On Both Sides ; Suzette; Oblivion; Valentino, H. E. Scudder. ... .57 259 *Half..Tiuts 20 256 Half-Way, C. Barrow 26 205, 347 Half-Way House, In the, J. R. Lowell 11 26 Hall, Eliza Calvert Felicissima 47 784 Hall, Henry The Future of American Ship ping 47 166 Hall, Samuel Carter and Mrs. Anna Maria Memories of Authors 15 97, 213, 330, 477 Hallam, Arthur, J. T. Fields 6 694 *Hallam, Arthur Henry, Remains in Verse aud Prose of, J. P. Quinc?, 13 256 Halleck, Fitz-Greene, C. P. Lathrop.39 718 *Hallocks, Mary, Pencil Drawings, U. P. Lathrop. 37 250 Hallowell, Mrs. Sarah Catharine Fraley A Qnaker Woman 30 220 Halpine, Charles Graham Daphnaides ; or the English Lau- rel, from Chaucer to Tennyson. 2 257, 452 Cohn Clout and the Faery Queen. .2 674 Hamerton, Philip Gilbert Drives from a French Farm 25 656 26 23 French and English 58 17, 318, 619 59 32, 668; 60 593, 766 Hamilton, Alexander, C. C. Haze- well 16 625 *Hamilton, Alexander (Henry Cabot Lodge) [American Statesmen], H. E. Scudder... .50 125 *Hamilton, Alexander, The Life of (Morse), H. E. Scudder. ..... .38 241 *Hamilton, Alexander, Life of (John C. Hamilton), H. E. Scudder 44 552 *Hamilton, Alexander, The Life and Epoch of (George Shea), H. E. Scudder 44 553 *Hamilton, Alexander, The Works of (H. C. Lodge, ed.), J. T. Morse, Jr 59 115 Hamilton, Gail, pseud. (See Dodge, Mary Abigail) *Hamilton, Johu C.: History of the Republic of the United States of America, as traced in the Writings of Alexander Hamil- ton and his Contemporaries, E. Quincy 1 505 Hamilton, Kate Waterman (John Wilkinson, pseud.) The Singular Case of Jeshurun Barker 56 13 *(Hanmilton, Sir William) Lectures on Metaphysics, E. P. Whipple. .3 774 Hamlet, A Difficulty in, J. P. Quincy 49 388 Hamlet at the Boston, J. W. Howe. .3 172 Hamlet in Paris, T. Child 50 766 Hamlets, The Two, R. C. White.. .48 467 Hamlets of the Stage, The, A. Sage 23 665; 24 188 Hamlin, Cyrus The Dream of Russia 58 771 *Hammer and Anvil (Spielbagen; W. H. Brown, trans.), R. Keeler.26 636 Hancock House and its Founder, The, A. Gilman .. .11 692 *Ilandbook of Ceramic Art (M. S. Lockwood), W. P. P. Long fellow 42 383 *Handbook of Painters, Engravers, Architects, and Sculptors (Mrs. Clement), C. Cook 33 247 *Hai~dbook of Railroad Construc- tion for the Use of American Engineers (Vose) 1 378 *Handbook of the History of Phi- losophy (Dr. Schwegler) 31 751 Handful of Translations, A, H. W. Longfrllow 26 359 *Hand of Ethelberta, The (Hardy), C. P. Lathrop 38 244 *Handwriting of Jurtins profession- ally investigated, The (Charles Chabot), W. E. Channing. . .. .28 766 91 Handy-Book Harrison *Handy..Book of Husbandry, The (Waring) 26 634 *Hanging of the Crane, The (Long fellow), W. D. Howells 34 745 Hannah iL)awstons Child, L. L. Pleasants 45 362 *Hannah Jane (D. R. Locke), Illus- trated, H. E. Scudder 49 133 *Hannah Thurston (Bayard Tay- lor), Al. A. Dodge... 13 132 Hannay, James Douglas Jerrold 1 1 *Hans Breitmaun in Church, with other new Ballads (Charles G. Leland) ......... . .25 640 *Hai~s Breitmanns Ballads (Le land), W. D. Howells 24 387 *Hans Breitmanas Party, W. D. Howells. 22 511 *Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates (M. E. Dodge) 17 779 Hapgood, Isabel Florence Count Tolstoi and the Public Censor 60 57 Happier Gift, The, S. M. B. Piatt. .39 482 Happiest Days, M. A. Dodge U 1 Happiness, J. R. Lowell 1 685 Happiness, Ode to, J. R. Lowell.... .8 365 *Happy Boy, A (Bjdrnstjerne Bjorn- son), H. E. Scudder 51 127 Harbors of the Great Lakes, T. C. Clarke 7 313 Hardaker, M. A. A Study in Sociology 50 214 Hardhack, Mr., on the Derivation of Man from the Monkey, E. P. Whipple 19 300 Hardhack, Mr., on the Sensational in Literature and Life, E. P. Wh~pple 26 195 Harding, Chester, S. Bowies 19 484 Harding, Rebecca Blame. (See, also, Davis, Mrs. Rebecca Harding) Life in the Iron Mills 7 430 A Story of To-Day 8 471, 582, 707 9 40, 202, 282 John Lamar 9 411 David Gaunt 10 257, 403 Blind Tom 10 580 The Promise of the Dawn 11 10 Paul Blecker .11 580, 677 12 ~2 The Great Air Engine.. . 12 701 Stephen Yarrow 13 66 The Wifes Story 14 1 Out of theSca 15 533 Ellen .. .. 16 22 The Luck of Abel Steadman. .. .16 331 The High Tide of December.... 17 47 The Harmonists 17 529 92 Hardy, Arthur Sherburne Marginal Notes from the Library of a Mathematician 59 81 Passe Rose 62 289, 483, 577, 726 Hardy, Thomas Two on a Tower 50 721 Hare and many Foes, The, C. D. Shanly 31 671 Hare and the Tortoise, The, S. 0. Jewett 52 187 *(Harford, John S.) The Life of Michael Angelo Buonarotti, with Translations of many of his Poems and Letters, C. E. Norton 1 510 Harmonists, The, .1?. B. Harding... 17 529 Harney, Will Wallace Who won the Pretty Widow?... 29 535, 697 Milking Time 29 299 Nooning in Florida 33 165 A Terrible Twenty-Four Hours. .33 543 Katys Fortune 34 128, 176 Tropic Midnight 34 305 How Captain Ascott floored the Ghost 40 207 The Long Dream 47 108 Harut that walks Chilhowee, The, M. N. Mu~free 51 660 *Harold: A Drama (Tennyson), W. D. Howells 39 242 Haroun Al Raschid, T. S. Collier. .44 477 Haroun Al Raschid, H. 6!. (one... .53 463 Harper, Ruth Rhoda 18 521 *Harpers Hand-Book for Travel- lers in Europe and the East (W. P. Fetridge), W. D. Howells 19 380 Harpocrates, B. Taylor 15 662 *Harrington, F. C. Hoplcinson 7 383 Harris, Mary B. A Lumberwoman 25 424 Harris, William Torrey The Division of School Funds for Religious Purposes 38 171 Ralph Waldo Emerson 50 238 Harrison, Agnes Lina 14 538 St. Michaels Night 21 685 22 12, 136, 285, 439 Harrison, Jonathan Baxter Certain Dangerous Tendencies in American Life 42 385 The Nationals, their Origin and their Aims 42 521 Three Typical Workingmen 42 717 Workiugmens Wives 43 59 The Career of a Capitalist 43 129 Study of a New England Factory Town 43 689 Harrison Hawthorne Preaching 44129 Sincere l)ernagogy 44 488 Studies in the South.... 49 76, 179, 673, 740 50 99, 194, 349, 476, 623, 750 51 87 *(Harrison, Jonathan Baxter) Cer- tain Dangerous Tendencies in American Life, W. D. Howells .45 848 Harte [Francis] Bret The Legend of Monte del Diablo.12 476 The Poet of Sierra Flat 38 115 A Greyport Legend 28 357 The Romance of Madroilo Hol low 28 371 A Newport Romance 28 481 The Princess Bob and her Friends.28 759 Grandmother Tenterden 29 105 How Santa Claus came to Simp sons Bar 29 349 The Idyl of Battle Hollow 29 496 Concepciou de Arguello 29 603 Half an Hour before Supper. ... 30 272 For the King 34 15 Ramon 34 465 *(Harte, Bret) Condensed Novels and other Papers .... .21 128 *Drift from Two Shores, H. W. Preston 42 700 *East and West Poems 29 107 *Echoes of the Foot-Hills, W. D. Howells. . ... 35 234 *In the Carquinez Woods, H. E. Scudder 52 705 *Poems, W. D. Howells. 27 392 *Sketches and Stories, H. E. Scudder 50 264 *Thankfnl Blossom 39 500 *The Luck of Roaring Camp, and other Tales, W. D. Howells 25 633 *The Story of a Mine, H. W. Preston 42 432 *Hartford County, Conn., The Memorial History of (Trum- bull, ed.), W. E. Foster 59 271 Hartley, Mrs. Benjamin Black Christmas at Dix Cove.... 26 678 *Hartmanns Philosophie (J. C. Fischer), T. S. Perry 29 756 *Harvard and Thomas Concerts, W. F. Apthorp 39 122 *Harvard Annual Report (1876 77), C. Gordon 41 675 *Harvard Book, The (F. 0. Vaille and H. A. Clark, eds.), T. S. Perry 36 502 Harvard Class-Day, Side Glances at, M. A. Dodqe 12 242 Harvard Divinity School, The Fu- ture of, W. C. Langdon 48 377 *Harvard Examinations for Women, C. F. Dunbar 34 383 *Harvard Examinations for Women, The, C. B. Martin 40 637 *Harvard Memorials, W. D. Howells.19 125 Harvards Heroes, W. Mitchell 12 335 Harvard University, Oration on the Two Hundred anti Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of, J. R. Lowell 58 Sup. 1 Harvard University, Poem de- livered in Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, on the Two Hun- dred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of Harvard University, 0. W. Holmes. .58 Sup. 18 *Harvard University Catalogue, The, W. R. Ware.. .31 626; 33 373 Harvester, The 22 624 Harvest Noon, E. M. Thomas 48 321 Hassard, John Rose Green The New York Catholic Cathe- dral: Letters to C. Cook .43 415, 552 *The Life of Bayard Taylor 54 562 Hassler Glacier in the Straits of Magellan, The, E. C. Agassiz .30 472 Hatheway, Mary E. N. The Sphinx 28 563 *(Ilatin, Eug~ne) Ilistoire Politique et Litt~raire de la Presse en France 9 526 Haunted Shanty, The, B. Taylor. ... 8 57 Haunted Window, The, T. W. Hig ginson 19 429 Haunts of Galileo, The, E. D. R. Bianciardi 54 91 *Hauptstrdmungen der Literatur des Nenuzehuten, Jahrhunderts, Die (G. Brandes), T. S. Perry.35 115 37 505, 755 Hauser, Caspar, Who was? G. N. Lieber 7 62 Have Animals Souls? J. F. Clarke .34 412 Haven, Gilbert *My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field ( Carleton ). ... 13 516 Hawes, Charlotte Prince Letter to.a Young Housekeeper. .16 535 A Struggle for Shelter 17 456 Invalidism 18 599 Hawthorne, Julian Problems of the Scarlet Letter. .57 471 Hawthorne, Mrs., An Evening with, T. W. Higginson 28 432 Hawthorne, Nathaniel Some of the Haunts of Burns 6 385 Near Oxford .8 385 Pilgrimage to Old Boston 9 88 Chiefly about War Matters 10 43 Leamington Spa .10 451 About Warwick 10 708 93 Hawthorne Hazewell Recollections of a Gifted Woman.11 43 A London Suburb 11 306 Up the Thames 11 598 Outside Glimpses of English Pov erty 12 36 Civic Banquets 12 195 A Scene from the Dolliver Ro mance 14 101 Another Scene from the Dolliver Romance 15 1 Passages from Hawthornes Note- Books.. .17 1, 170, 257, 422, 565, 725 18 40, 189, 288, 450, 536, 682 20 15 Hawthorne in the Boston Custom House 21 106 Septimius Felton; or, the Elixir of Life. .29 5, 129, 257, 475, 566, 645 30 1, 129 The Ancestral Footstep 50 823 51 47, 180 Hawthorne, 0. W. Holmes 14 98 *Hawthorne [English Men of Let- ters] (Henry James, Jr.), W. D. Howells 45 282 Hawthorne, Nathaniel, E. W. Whipple 5 614 Hawthorne, Nathaniel, English Note-Books of, G. S. Hillard... .26 257 *Ha~vthorne, Nathaniel, Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books of, W. D. Howells .29 624 Hawthorne, the Genius of, E. P. Peabody 22 359 *Haxvthorne, Nathaniel, and his ~XTife (Julian Hawthorne), T. W. Higginson 55 259 Hawthorne in the Boston Custom- House. [Extracts from his Private Letters.] N. Haw thorne 21 106 Hawthorne Manuscripts, The, C. P. Lathrop. . ... 51 363 *(Hawthorne, Nathaniel) The Mar- ble Faun, J. B. Lowell 5 509 *The Scarlet Letter, illus trated 40 753 Hawthornes Last Romance, His- tory of, C. P. Lathrop 30 452 Hawthornes Note-Books, Passages from... .17 1, 170, 257, 422, 565, 725 18 40, 189, 288, 450, 536, 682 20 1~ Hay, John Ellsworth 8 119 The Mormon Prophets Tragedy.24 669 Castilian Days 27 50, 212, 413, 591 28 21 A Triuhlph of Order 30 219 Miles Keaghs Horse 45 214 *Jlaydn and other Poems 26 123 94 Hayes, Augustus Allen Saltpetre as a Source of Power... 9 587 An American Soldier in China. . .57 193 China and the United States.... 59 586 Hayes, Isaac Israel Dr. Molke 20 43 Dr. Molkes Friends .. .21 36, 198, 485 Under the Midnight Sun 24 752 25 102 Hayes, President, Two Years of, W. Allen 44 190 Hayne, Paul Hamilton Sonnet: The brave old Poets sing of noble Themes 1 500 Anno Domini, 1860 6 228 Sonnet, Written after a Violent Thunder-Storm in the Country .6 481 Aspects of the Pines 30 351 Forest Pictures 30 662 The Voice in the Pines 31 53 The Wood Lake 31 405 Golden Dell 32 425 The Woodland 34 474 Visit of the Wrens 34 717 After the Tornado 35 322 Sonnet: Day follows day ; years perish ; still mine eyes 37 650 To 54397 Malice 54 648 *(Hayne, Paul Hamilton) Avolio, a legend of the Island of Cos, with other Poems 5 123 Hayne, William Hamilton The Head of Niobe 55 360 The Bust of Kronos 56 769 Haynie, James Henry Socialistic and other Assassina- tions 46 466 Hayward, Edward Farwell Nathaniel Parker Willis 54 212 Literary Athlete, A 58 456 *Hazel..Blossoms (Whittier), W. D. Howells 35 106 Hazewell, Charles Creighton British India 1 85 Spartacus 1 288 Agrarianism 3 393 The Italian War 4 244 Mexico 5 235 The Mexicans and their Country. .5 487 The European Crisis 7 101 Napoleon the Third 7 682 Emancipation in Russia 8 39 The United States and Europe 8 95 Panic Terror 8 492 The Rehabilitation of Spain 9 351 Weather in War. .. . 9 593 Froudes Henry the Eighth 10 16 The Hour and the Man ... .10 623 Sovereigns and Sons 11 145 The Conquest of Cuba 12 462 Hazlitt Henri The Beginning of the End 13 112 Fighting Facts for Fogies 13 393 *History of English Literature (Craik) 13 518 The Presidential Election 13 631 *History of the Romans under the Empire (Merivale) 13 768 Democracy and the Secession War . 14 505 The Twentieth Presidential Elec tion 14 633 Assassination 16 85 *Life and Times of Cicero (For syth) 16 380 Alexander Hamilton 16 625 The Norman Conquest 18 461 The Progress of Prussia 18 578 The Fall of Austria 18 746 Some Unappreciated Characters .19 593 The Destructive Democracy 21 233 Hazlitt, William, H. 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Perry 39 247 95 Henry Higginson Henry, Maria Louise *A Romance of the Nineteenth Century (Mallock) 48 560 *Goetlies Limitations as Man and Poet 48 688 The Morality of Thackeray and of George Eliot . ... 51 243 M~riin~e in his Letters .. .52 388 A Noble Lady 52 623 Madame de Longueville 53 497 Mazzini 58 803 *Henry, Patrick (M. C. Tyler), H. E.Scedder 61 276 *Henry the Fifth, The History of (George Makepeace Towle).. .17 651 *Hcpizbah Guinness; Thee and You; and A Draft on the Bank of Spain (S. Weir Mitchell), S. Kirk 47 284 *Herbert, George, The Life of (Duyckinck) 3 773 *Hereditary Genius (Galton), J. Fiske 25 753 Heredity, T. B. Aldrich 51 507 Heredity, H. W. Holland 52 447 Her Epitaph, T. W. Parsons 12 35 Her Explanation, E. R. Sill 55 691 Herford, Brooke. (Harvard B. Rooke, psead.) The Trustworthiness of Early Tradition 52 158 The Trustworthiness of the He brew Traditions 52 597 The Strange Story of Pragtjna. .58 761 Her Ghost, L. C. 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Drake) 34 237 *Historic Mansions and Buildings of Philadelphia, The (T. West- cott), H. E. Scudder 42 651 Historic Notes on Life and Letters in Massachusetts, II. W. Emer son 52 529 *Historic Progress and American Democracy (Motley), W. D. Howells 23 519 *Histories on the Coiiperative Plan, Recent: The Memorial History of Hartford County, Connecti- cut; Narrative and Critical History of America, Vol. IV., W. E. Foster and H. E. Scud der 59 271 History, B. H. Stoddard 42 467 99 History, Something About, H. T. Tuclcernzan 6 298 History, The Study cf; a lecture delivered before Cornell Uni- versity, G. Smith 25 44 *History and Description of New England, General and Local, A (A. J. Coolidge and J. B. Mans- field), J. B. Lowell 4 645 *History and General Description of New France (Charlevoix ; J. G. Shea, trans.), F. Par/c n. .20 125 29 499 *History and Philosophy of Mar riage 24 640 *History of American Currency (W. G. Sumner), A. S. Bolles .34 238 *History of Art, The (Wilhelm Lubke; Clarence Cook, ed.), W. H. Bishop 42 29 *History of Charles the Bold, The (John Foster Kirk) 12 789 History of Childrens Books, The, C. M. Hewins 61 112 *History of Civilization in England, Vol. II. (H. T. Buckle), E. P. Wh~pple 8 254 *History of English Literature (H. Tame; H. Van Lana, trans.), W. D. Howe/is 29 241 *History of European Morals (W. E. H. Lecky), W. D. How ells 24 4339 *History of Flemish Literature (Delepierre) 6 503 *History of Florida (George R. Fairbanks) 29 241 *History of Music (Frederic Louis Ritter), W~ F. Apthorp 35 635 *History of New England (John Gordon Palfrey), W. D. How ells 30 621; 31 743 *History of New York City (Wil- liam L. Stone), E. L. Bur lingame 31 102 *History of our Country from its Discovery by Columbus to the Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of its Declaration of Independence, etc., The (Abby Sage Richardson), W. D. Howells 36 244 *History of Painting, Ancient, Early Christian, and Medimval, A, Vol. I. (A. Woltmann and K. Woermann ; S. Colvin, ed.), W. H. Bishop 47 112 *History of Paraguay, The (Wash burn), B. Keeler 27 398 *History of Sculpture (Wilhelm Lubke), W. J. Stillman 32 118 History Holland *History of the Anti-Slavery Meas- ures of the Thirty-Seventh and Thirty-Eighth Congress (Hen- ry Wilson), E. P. Whipple... .14 787 *History of the Army of the Cum- berland (Van Home), H. Stone.38 360 *History of the Atlantic Telegraph (Henry M. Field) 18 647 *History of the Civil War in Amer- ica (Comte de Paris; Louis F. Tasistro, trans.; Henry Copp~e, ed.) 37 381 *History of the Conflict between Religion and Science (John William Draper) 33 501 *llistory of the First Parish in Dan- vers, 16721872 (Charles B. Rice), H. W. Preston 35 503 *History of the Gypsies, A (Walter Simpson) 18 254 *History of the Inductive Sciences from the Earliest to the Pres- ent Time (Whewell), T. Hill. . .2 122 *History of the Intellectual De- velopment of Europe, A (J. XV. Draper), D. A. Wasson. . .13 642 *History of the Methodist Episco- pal Church in the United States of America (Abel Ste vens) 16 123 *History of the Navy during the the Rebellion, The (C. B. Boynton) 22 377 *History of the People of the United States, A, Vol. II. (MeMaster), H. E. Scudder.. .56 419 *History of the Republic of the United States of America, as traced in the writings of Alex- ander Hamilton and his Con- temporaries (J. C. Hamilton), E. Quincy 1 507 *History of the Romans under the Empire (Charles Merivale), C. C. Hazewell 13 768 History of the Sewing Machine, J. Parton 19 527 *History of the Supernatural, The (William Howitt) 12 399 History of the Two Pillars, W. L. Fawcett 33 85 *History of the United Netherlands, Vols. I., II. (Motley), E. P. Whipple 7 377 Vols. III., IV., W. D. Howelis .21 632 *History of the United States, Vol. IX. (George Bancroft), 0. S. Hillard 18 765 *History of the United States, A Larger (Higginson), H. E. Scudder 57 559 100 *History of the War in the Penin- sula and in the South of France, from A. D. 1807 to A. D. 1814 (W. F. P. Napier) 10 767 *History of the Whig Party, A (R. M. Ormsby), F. C. Hopicinson. .5 372 *History of West Point (Edward C. Boynton), J. C. Hurd 13 258 *History, Theory, and Practice of the Electric Telegraph (Pres cott) 8 379 Hitchcock, A. P. Hymns and Hymn Tinkers 49 336 H Malady in England, The, 11. 0. White 55 2S Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood Where will the Rebellion leave us9 8236 *Hodge, Charles, D. D., LL. D., Professor in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, N. J., The Life of (A. A. Hodge), G. E. Woodberry 47 560 *Hodgson, Rev. Francis, B. D., Scholar, Poet, and Divine, Memoir of (James T. Hodg son) 44 407 (*Hodson, George H.) Twelve Years of a Soldiers Life in India, C. E. Norton 5 124 Hofwyl, My Student-Life at, II. D. Owen 15 550 Holbein and the Dance of Death, R. C. White 3 265 *Holden with the Cords (W. L. M. Jay) 35 108 *Holiday Books: Darleys Composi- tions in Outline from Haw- thornes Scarlet Letter; Venice (Yriarte); Tyrol and the Skirt of the Alps ; In Berkshire with the Wild Flowers; The Bod- leys Afoot; Insect Lives; Six Little Rebels; Room for One More; The Princess Idle- Ways; Belle and the Boys; The Boys Froissart; What Mr. Darwin saw in his Voyage round the World in the Ship Beagle; Magellan, W. D. Howells and II. E. Scudder.... 45 124 *Holidays in Eastern France (M. Betham-Edwards), T. S. Perry.44 653 Holland, Henry Ware *Froudes Carlyle 50 127 *William Rufus 50 401 Heredity 52 447 Holland, Josiah Gilbert My Children 2 317 Farming Life in New England. .. .2 334 Daniel Gray 4 194 Holland The Heart of the War 14 240 The Popular Lecture 15 362 *(Holland, Josiah Gilbert) Bitter sweet, J. R. Lowell 3 651 *Every..Day Topics, G. P. La throp 38 631 *Kathrina, W. D. Howells 20 762 *Lessons in Life 9 271 *Miss Gilberts Career, J. R. Lowell 7 125 *Sevenoaks, C. P. Lathrop ... .37 117 *The Mistress of the Manse.. .39 113 Holley, Alexander Lyman Iron-Clad Ships and Heavy Ord nance 11 85 Holmes, John *Paiges History of Cambridge. .40 85 Holmes, Oliver Wendell The Autocrat of the Breakfast- Table.. .1 48, 175, 312, 457, 614, 734, 871 2 102, 234, 360, 496, 619 *Homceopathic Domestic Phy sician 1 250 *Agassizs Natural History 1 320 *Parthenia (Eliza B. Lee) 1 509 *Dr. Asa Grays Botanical Series. .2 383 A Visit to the Autocrats Land lady 2 738 The Last Look 2 749 *Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine (Bigelow) 2 763 The Autocrat gives a Breakfast to the Public 2 889 ~iMothers and Infants, Nurses and Nursing .3 645 The Professor at the Breakfast- Table.. .3 85, 232, 350, 492, 609, 760 4 119, 232, 369, 500, 622, 751 The Stereoscope and the Stereo graph .3 738 *Love (Michelet) 4 391 *The Undergraduate 5 382 The Professors Story... 5 88, 222, 347, 470, 602, 735 6 95, 215, 362, 482, 613, 729 7 75, 214, 272, 395 A Visit to the Asylum for Aged and Decayed Punsters 7 113 Brother Jonathans Lament for Sister Caroline 7 613 Army Hymn .. . .7 757~ Sun Painting and Sun Sculpture. .8 13 Parting Hymn 8 235 Bread and the Newspaper 8 346 The Wormwood Cordial of His- tory 8 507 The Flower of Liberty 8 550 Union and Liberty 8 756 Voyage of the Good Ship Union. .9 398 The Poet to his Readers 10 118 101 Holmes My Hunt after The Captain . .10 738 Choose you this Day whom ye will serve 11 288 The Human Wheel, its Spokes and Felloes 11 567 Doings of the Sunbeam 12 1 The Great Instrument 12 637 The Minister Plenipotentiary.... 13 106 The Last Charge 13 244 Our Classmate 13 329 Our Progressive Independence ~13 497 Shakespeare 13 762 Hawthorne 14 98 In Memory of J. W. R. W.... 14 115 Bryants Seventieth Birthday... .14 738 God Save the Flag 15 115 Our Oldest Friend 15 340 Our First Citizen 15 462 Our Battle-Laureate 15 589 No Time like the Old Time 16 398 A Farewell to Agassiz 16 584 My Annual 17 395 The Guardian Angel... .19 1, 129, 257, 385, 513, 641 20 1, 129, 257, 385, 513, 641 All Here, 18291867 19 323 Chanson without Music 20 543 Once More 21 430 Bill andJoe 22 313 Cinders from the Ashes 23 115 Bonaparte, August 15, 1769 Humboldt, September 14, 1769.24 637 Nearing the Snow-Line. 25 86 Even-Song 25 349 Dorothy Q., a Family Portrait... 27 120 *Life of Major John Andre (Sar gent) 28 121 The Poet at the Breakfast-Table .29 90, 224, 338, 485, 606, 731 30 98, 225, 352, 426, 513, 720 After the Fire 31 96 The Fountain of Youth 32 209 A Poem served to Order 32 296 *Sex in Education (Clarke) 32 737 An Old-Year Song 33 101 A Ballad of the Boston Tea-Par ty 33219 Professor Jeifries Wyman 34 611 The Americanized European... .35 75 Crime and Automatism 35 466 Old Cambridge 36 237 Exotics 36 356 A Familiar Letter (to Several Correspondents) 37 103 Ad Amicos, 18291876 37 314 A Memorial Tribute (to Dr. Sam uel Gridley Howe) 37 464 How the Old Horse won the Bet.38 44 How not to settle it 39 257 The First Fan 39 659 My Aviary 41 122 Holmes Hopes The Silent Melody 42 335 Vestigia quinque retrorsum ... .44 238 The Coming Era 4584 The Archbishop and Gil Blas.... 46 205 Benjamin Peirce Astronomer, Mathematician 46 823 Boston to Florence 47 412 Post Prandial 48 365 Before the Curfew 49 386 Our Dead Singer 49 721 At the Summit 50 164 An After-Breakfast Talk 51 65 A Loving-Cup Song 51 349 Pillow-Smoothing Authors 51 457 The Flaneur 51 674 Kings Chapel 52 322 At the Saturday Club 53 68 The Girdle of Friendship 53 386 Thomas Gold Appleton 53 848 Ave 54 456 The New Portfolio... .55 105, 248, 403, 523, 678, 721 56 1, 145, 353, 522, 694, 836 The New Portfolio. .57 91, 369; 58 1 Two Anniversary After-Dinner Poems 56 263 Poem on the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of Harvard Uni versity 58 Sup. 18 Our Hundred Days in Europe. .59 343, 533, 638, 832 60 116, 213, 289, 462 After Our Hundred Days ,,... .61 127 Over the Teacups 6 323 *(Holmes, Oliver Wendell) Before the Curfew and other Poems, G. E. Woodberry 62 123 *Currents and Counter-Cur- rents in Medical Science, E. P. Whipple 8 253 *Elsie Venner, J. R. Lowell.... 7 509 *Mechanism in Thought and Morals, W. D. Howells 27 653 *Our Hundred Days in Europe, H. E. Scudder 60 851 *Ralph Waldo Emerson, H. E. Scudder 55 416 *Songs of Many Seasons, W. D. Howells 35 105 *The Iron Gate and other Poems, C. P. Lathrop 46 704 *The Poet at the Breakfast, Table, W. D. Howells 30 745 *The School-Boy, W. D. How ells 43 120 Holmes Breakfast, The 45 Sup. 1 *Holy Grail and other Poems, The (Tennyson), W. D. Howells... 25 249 Holy Places of the Holy City, C. D. Warner 38 301 Homage, C. Thaxter 36 598 *Home Ballads (Bayard Taylor) illustrated, H. E. Scudder 49 131 *Home Ballads and Poems (J. G. Whittier), J. R. Lowell 6 637 *Home Idyl, A, and Other Poems (John T. Trowbridge), G. P. Lathrop 49 123 *Honme Interiors (E. C. Gardner), W. H. Bishop 41 725 Home Life of Salmon Portland Chase, The, D. Lloyd 32 526 Home Life of the Brook Farm Association, A. E. Russell... .42 458, 556 Home Life of the Redstart, 0. T. Miller 62 353 Home of Lafayette, The, G. W. Greene 8 649 *Home Pastorals, Ballads and Lyrics (B. Taylor), W. D. Howells. .. .37 108 *Homer, On Translating (Matthew Arnold), .J. R. Lowell 14 136 *Homeric Dictionary, for Use in Schools and Colleges, A (G. Autenrieth; R. P. Keep, trans.), H. E. Scudder 40 506 *Homeric Translation in Theory and in Practice (F. W. New- man), J. R. Lowell 9 142 *Homes and how to make them (E. C. Gardner), W. P. P. Long fellomv 35 121 Homestead, The, J. G. Whittier.. .57 178 Homme Capable, Un, A. C. J. Gust afson 44 213 *Homeopathic Domestic Physician (Pulte), 0. W. Holmes 1 250 Honest John Vane, J. W. De Forest .32 66, 150, 285, 438, 574 *Honest John Vane (J. W. De For est) 35 238 Honey-Makers, Among the, H. E. Prescott 16 129 Hood, Thomas, H. Giles 6 513 Hook, Theodore, and his Friends, S. C. and A. 111. Hall 15 477 Hooker, E. P. Whipple 22 674 *(Hooper, Lucy Hanmilton) Poems 27 656 Hoosac Tunnel, The Story of the, N. LI. Egleston 49 289 *Hoosier Schoolmaster, The (Ed- ward Eggleston), W. D. How ells 29 363 *Hopeless Case, A (Edgar Faw- cett), H. E. Scudder 46 415 *Hope Mills; or, Between Friend and Sweetheart (Amanda M. Douglas), H. E. Scudder 45 679 Hopes of a Spanish Republic, R. West 25 368 102 Hopes House *Hopes of the Human Race, hereaf- ter and here,The (F. P. Cobbe), T. S. Perry 38 247 *(Hopkins, Mark) Lectures on Moral Science, H. M. Alden 11 269 Hopkins, Sara Foster In the Qnantick Stage 37 73~ Hopkinson, Mrs. Corinna Aldrich Two Sniffs 3 429 Two or Three Troubles 7 303, 471 Under the Pear-Tree 11 162, 354 Mrs. Lewis 12 369, 453, 556 Quicksands 17 657 The Poor in Cities 22 52 Experiments 26 542 rfhe Three Marys of Sharpsville 31 663 Anticipation 40 651 Hopkinson, Francis Custis *Tl~e Florence Stories F1or~nce and John (Abbott) 5 247 *Ernest Bracebridge (Kingston). .5 247 *A History of the Whig Party (Ormsby) 5 372 *Hester, the Bride of the Islands, (Beckett) 5 760 *Say and Seal 6 121 *Tl~e Law of the Territories 6 243 *Harrino.ton 7383 Hoppin, William Jones A Glimpse of Contemporary Art in Europe 32 200, 257 Historical Portraits lately exhib ited in Paris 35 257 Horrors of San Domingo, The, J. Weiss 9 732; 10 212, 347 11 289, 768 *Hortense, History of, The, Daugh- ter of Josephine, Queen of Hol- land, Mother of Napoleon III. (J. S. C. Abbott) 26 382 Horticulture, American 11 482 Hosmer, Burr Griswold A Love Letter 28 440 Hosmer, George Washington About Thieves 5 409 Deep-Sea Damsels 16 77 The Origin of the Gypsies 17 167 Hosmer, Harriet The Process of Sculpture 14 734 *(Hosmer, Harriet) Zenobia, F. H. Ludlow 15 248 Hosmer, James Kendall Father Muriels Bell 25 179 The Giant in the Spiked Helmet .27 433 The New Wrinkle at Sweetbrier .30 19 At Lutzen 37 415 *Hospital Life in the Army of the Potomac (William Howell Reed) 18 253 Hospital Memories, E. (lark. .20 144, 324 *Hospital Transports 12 398 Houghton, George The Legend of Waibach Tower. .51 375 Washington and his Companions Viewed Face to Face 54 501 Hour and the Man, The, C. C. Hazewell 10 623 Hour before Dawn, The, M. F. Car t~s 2 778 Hour of Victory, The 15 371 *Hours in a Library (Leslie Ste- phen), T. S. Perry 34 625 *Hours of Exercise in the Alps (John Tyndall), H. James, Jr. 28 634 *Hours with Men and Books (Wil- liam Mathews), T. S. Perry.. .41 265 House, fldward Howard Mien-Yaun 3 671 Beauty at Billiards 4 734 *A Good Fight and other Tales (Reade) 5 381 In a Fog 5 649 Japan 5 721 A Wife by Wager 20 350 A Japanese Doctor and his Works.28 678 A Day in a Japanese Theatre.. .30 257 Little Fountain of Sakanoshita. . .32 540 The Martyrdom of an Empire. . .47 610 *Mark Twains New Departure.. 48 84.3 Personal Characteristics of Charles Reade 60 145 Anecdotes of Charles Reade... .60 525 The Thraldom of Japan 60 721 Yone Santo: a Child of Japan .61 1,146, 335, 433, 625, 753 62 29, 169 House and Home Papers, H. B. Stowe.. .13 40, 201, 353, 458, 621, 754 14 93, 230, 434, 565, 689 *Honse Beautiful, The (Clarence Cook), H. B. Scudder . 40 752 House Below the Hill, The, S. 31. B. Piatt 39 223 House-Building, J. E. Cabot 10 423 *Household Art Company, The, C. Cook 31 244 *Household Book of Poetry (C. A. Dana) 2 768 Household Lamp, The, A. Fields. .21 362 Housekeeping Hereafter, J. V.Sears.48 331 House of a Merchant Prince, The, W. H. Bishop. .49 252, 314, 469, 662, 788 50 51, 222, 375, 519, 652, 776 House of Commons, A Field Night in the, F. Wayland, Jr 8 663 House of Dreams on a Wooded Hill, A, J. Oppenheim 46 475 House of Entertainment, A, H. E. Scudder 42 305, 438 House of Lords, An American in the, F. Wayland, Jr 12 137 103 House Howells House of McVicker, The, M. L. Thompson 44 453 House that was just like its Neigh bors, The 2 450 Howard, Joseph, 3r. Reminiscences of Stephen A. Douglas 8 205 Howard, Joseph Dana Christopher North 11 273 Sea-Hours with a Dyspeptic 14 617 The Stand-Point of the Boarding House 19 246 Howard, Oliver Otis Campaign and Battle of Gettys- burg, June and July, 1863... 38 48 Chattanooga 38 203 The Battles about Atlanta. .38 385, 559 Howard at Atlanta, J. G. Whit tier 23 367 How Captain Ascott floored the Ghost, TV. 1K Harney 40 207 *How could he help it? (A. S. Roe) 6 123 Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward Hamlet at the Boston 3 172 A Trip to Cuba 3 601, 686 4 184, 323, 455, 602 The Last Bird 3 569 Our Orders 8 1 Crawfords Statues at Richmond. .8 416 Our Country 8 506 George Sand 8 513 Battle Hymu of the Republic 9 145 Lyrics of the Street: I. The Telegram 9 555 II. The Wedding 10 98 III. The Charitable Visitor 10 720 IV. The Fine Lady 11 119 ~T The Darkened House 11 372 VI. Play 12 380 A New Sculptor 10 282 The Flag 11 443 *(Howe, Julia Ward) A Trip to Cuba 5 510 Howells, William Dean Andenken s 100 The Poets Friends 5 185 Pleasure-Pain 5 468 Lost Beliefs 5 486 The Pilots Story 6 323 The Old Homestead 7 213 Bubbles 7 415 Louis Lebeans Conversion 10 534 Question of Monuments 17 647 *The Story of Kenneth (Taylor) .17 775 *Life of Benjamin Silliman (Fisher) 18 126 *Fifteen Days 18 128 *Poems (Aldrich) 18 250 *The United States during the War (Laugel) .. - ~. 18 252 104 *The Civil War in America (Goldwin Smith) 18 252 *English Travellers and Italian Brigands (Moens) 18 518 *Griffith Gaunt (Reade) 18 767 *The Biglow Papers, Second Se ries (Lowell) 19 123 *Harvard Memorials 19 125 *The Picture of St. John (Tay lor) 19 126 *Life and Letters of Percival (Ward) 19 127 Forza Maggiore 19 220 *Battle..Pieces and Aspects of the War (Melville) 19 252 *Superstition and Force (Lea).. .19 253 A Glimpse of Genoa 19 359 *Harpers Handbook for Travel- lers in Europe and the East (Fetridge) 19 380 *The Book of the Sonnet (Hunt and Lee) 19 510 *The Open Polar Sea (Hayes). .19 511 *Fai~ous Americans of Recent Times (Parton) 19 636 *Philip II. of Spain (Gayarr~). .19 638 *Greece, Ancient and Modern (Felton) 19 639 AtPadua 20 25 *Miss Ravenels Conversion (De Forest) 20 120 *The Literary Life of J. K. Pauld ing (Paulding) 20 124 *On the Poem Rock me to Sleep, Mother~ (Morse) 20 252 *Literature and its Professors (Parnell) 20 254 Minor Italian Travels 20 337 *May..Day, and other Pieces (Emeison) 20 376 *A Story of Doom, and other Poems (Ingelow) 20 383 *The New Life of Dante (Nor ton) 20 638 *Translation of Dantes Inferno (Parsons) 20 759 *Kathrina (Holland) 20 762 Mrs. Johnson 21 97 *Ohio in the War (Reid) 21 252 *Four Years among Spanish Americans (Hassaurek) 21 254 *A Journey in Brazil (Agassiz). .21 383 *Life of Major-General Nathanael Greene (Greene) 21 506 27 779 28 510 *Life and Letters of Wilder Dwight 21 509 The Next President 21 628 *Motleys History of the United Netherlands, Vols. III., IV.... 21 632 Howells Howells *Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne (Ruskin) 21 639 *Nor~vood (Beecher) 21 761 Tonellis Marriage 22 96 *Taines Italy, Rome, and Naples (iDurand, trans.) 22 124 *Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (Bigelow) 22 126 *Tl~e Old World in its New Face (Bellows) 22 127 *Foul Play (Reade and Bonci cault) 22 254 *Sarinientos Life in the Argen- tine Republic (Mrs. Mann).. .22 374 *Thc Spanish Gypsy (George Eliot) 22 380 *Myths of the New World (Brin ton) 22 509 *Hans Breitmanns Party (Le land) 22 511 *Jf, Yes, and Perhaps (Hale).. .22 634 *Familiar Quotations (Bartlett) .22 635 *Personal History of U. S. Grant (Richardson) 22 638 *~L\Iodera Women and what is said of them 22 639 Gnadenhiitten 23 95 *Meinoir of Baron Bunsen 23 129 *The New England Tragedies (Longfellow) 23 132 *~That Answer? (Dickinson). . .23 134 *Report on the Civil Service (Jenckes) 23 135 *Recollections of a Busy Life (Greeley) 23 260 *Under the Willows (Lowell)... 23 262 *Historical Account of Bouquets Expedition 23 389 *The Pampas and Andes (Bishop).23 390 Doorstep Acquaintance 23 484 *Meinoirs of Service Afloat (Semmes) 23 515 *Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montague and Madame de S& vign6 (Mrs. Hale, ed.) 23 518 *Historic Pro6ress and American Democracy (Motley) 23 519 The New Taste in Theatricals... 23 635 *Her Majestys Tower (Dixon) .23 645 24 764 *The Blameless Prince, and other Poems (Stedman) 23 647 *Edelweiss (Anerbach) 23 762 *By..Ways of Europe (Taylor). .23 764 *The Last Athenian (Rydberg). .23 767 *Adventures in the Wilderness (Murray) 23 770 *Recollections of Men and Things at Washington (Gobright). ... 24 125 *The lagham Papers (Hale).... 24 128 Before the Gate 24 176 105 Jubilee Days 24 245 *Recent Travels: The Malay Archipelago; Our New Way Round the World ; Three Thousand Miles through the Rocky Mountains; The New West; Two Years before the, Mast, new edition 24 254 The First Cricket 24 351 *A Poetical Lot: Poetry of the Pacific; Stories in Verse; Sybil of Cornwall; Colour, or the Island of Humanity; The Siege of Babylon; Ellen; How Lisa loved the King; Hans Breitmauns Ballads 24 382 A Pedestrian Tour 24 591 *History of European Morals (Lecky) 24 639 *Clarks Sketch of his Campaign in the Illinois in 17789 24 641 *Army Life in a Black Regiment (Higginson) 24 643 *Jamess Secret of Swedenborg. .24 762 *Mark Twains The Innocents Abroad 24 764 *Stories from my Attic (Scud der) 24 766 *Ballads of New England (Whit-. tier) 24 767 By Horse-Car to Boston 25 114 *The Discovery of the Great West (Parkman) 25 122 *Aldrichs Story of a Bad Boy. .25 124 *Miscellanies (Thackeray) 25 247 *Tennysons Holy Grail 25 249 A Romance of Real Life 25 305 *Bjijrnsons Tales 25 504 *The Luck of Roaring Camp (Harte) 25 633 *A Day by the Fire (Hunt) 25 639 *Among my Books (Lowell). --.25 757 *Hermann and Dorothea (Ellen Frothingham, trans.) 25 761 A Days Pleasure 26 107, 223, 341 *Poems (Rossetti) 26 115 *The Bazar Book of Decori~m... 26 122 *Alaska and its Resources (Dall) .26 245 *Allibones Critical Dictionary of Authors 26 255 *0 T. (Andersen) 26 383 *The Private Life of Galileo. .. .26 375 *In Spain and Portugal (Ander sen) 26 377 *The New Timothy (Baker). ... 26 504 *Drakes Pioneer Life in Ken tucky 26 507 *Life and Travels of Col. James Smith 26 507 *Only a Fiddler (Andersen)... .26 632 Howells Howells *The Flying Mail and other Sto.. ries (Goldschmidt) 26 637 Flitting 26 734 *Tjj~ Life and Times of David Zeisberger 26 755 *Vagabond Adventures (Keeler) .26 759 A Year in a Venetian Palace.... 27 1 *Miriam and other Poems (Whit tier) 27 137 *Poets and Poetry of Europe (Longfellow) 27 142 *Judds Margaret 27 144 *Bayard Taylors Translation of Faust ... 27 258; 28 124 *The Childrens Crusade (Gray) .27 261 *Illustrated Books: Winter Poems by Favorite American Poets; A Childs Dream of a Star; The Sunnyside Book; Illustrations to Goethes Faust; Black Peter and Scissor Pic- tures; The Song of the Sower; The Unknown River 27 269 The Mulberries 27 377 *Bret Hartes Poems 27 392 *XVords nnd their Uses (White) .27 394 *Frederick S. Cozzens Works.. .27 395 *Taines Art in the Netherlands (iDurand, trans.) 27 396 *My Summer in a Garden (War ner) 27 397 *The Conspiracy of Pontiac (Parkman) 27 522 *Mechanisn~ in Thought and Mor als (Holmes) 27 653 *Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum (Ordronaux) 27 655 *My Study Windows (Lowell). .27 778 Their Wedding Journey 28 29, 162, 345, 442, 605, 721 *Biographical Sketch of W. W. Seaton 28 122 *2lemorials of the Confederate Generals Pettigrew and Elliott (Trescot) 28 124 *Gnrflelds Oration on General Thomas 28 124 *Tl~e Journal of John Woolman (Whittier) 28 251 *Wake..Robin (Burroughs) 28 254 *Pioneer Biography and Miscella- nies (Ohio Valley Series) 28 255 *Pii~k and White Tyranny (Mrs. Stowe) 28 377 *Tlie Story of My Life (Ander sen) 28 379 *A Terrible Temptation (Reade) .28 383 *Castilian Days (Hay) 28 636 *Atlantic Essays (Higginson)... .28 639 *Songs of the Sierras (Miller).. 28 770 Some Arcadian Shepherds 29 84 106 *The Last Tournament (Tenny son) 29 236 *The Divine Tragedy (Longfel low) 29 237 *Forsters Life of Charles Dick ens .29 239; 31 237 33 621 *Taines History of English Lit erature 28 241 *The Hoosier Schoolmaster (Eg gleston) 29 363 *Kate Beaumont (Dc Forest)... 29 364 *Celia Thaxters Poems .29 367; 34 745 *Yesterdays with Authors(Fields).29 498 *Mountaineering in the Sierra Ne vada (King) 29 500 *Legends and Lyrics (Hayne)... 29 501 In Earliest Spring 29 619 *Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne 29 624 *Masque of the Gods (Taylor).. 29 750 *Roughing it (Mark Twain)... .29 754 *Mireio (Mistral: H. W. Preston, trans.) 30 110 *Three Books of Song (Loi~gfel low) 30 112 *The Situation 30 127 *Taines Notes on England 30 240 *Saunterings (Warner) 30 242 *Smoke (Turg~neff) 30 243 *Life of Lincoln (Lamon) 30 364 *Pennsylvania Dutch 30 487 *The Oregon Trail (Parkman). .30 489 *Francis Parkman (Casgrain)... 30 491 *Scramhles amongst the Alps (Whymper) 30 494 *History of New England (Pal frey) 30 621; 31 743 *Mr. Greeley Farceur 30 638 *The Poet of the Breakfast-Table (Holmes) 30 745 *The End of the World (Eggles ton) 30 746 A Chance Acquaintance 31 17, 181, 339, 431,563, 693 Among the Ruins 31 97 *The Greeks of To-Day (Tucker man) 31 104 *Joseph Noirels Revenge (Cher buliez) 31 105 *Liza (Turg~neff) 31 239 *Myths andMyth-Makers(Fiske).31 241 *Morriss Love is Enough 31 359 *Memorial of Alice and Phebe Cary (Mrs. Ames) .... .31 360 *Back..Log Studies (Warner).. .31 494 *TheWishing..Cap Papers (Hunt)2z1 624 *Rousseaii (Morley) 32 104 *Aniong the Isles of Shoals (Mrs. Thaxter) 32 100 Howells Howells *Brownings Red Cotton Night Cap Country 32 114 *Sciiitillations from the Prose Work of Heinrich Heine 32 237 *Monographs (Lord Houghton) .32 238 *Dimitri iRoudine (Tourg~neff). .32 369 *Old New England Traits (Lunt).32 372 *Love in the Nineteenth Century (Miss Preston) 32 375 *Studies in the History of the Renaissance (Pater) 32 496 *Orations and Addresses(Bryant).32 498 *Afterniath (Longfellow) 32 622 *Marjorie Daw (Aldrich) 32 625 *Six Months under the Red Cross (Boyland) 32 748 *The Poetical Works of Edmund Clarence Stedman 33 103 *Songs from the Southern Seas (OReilly) 33 106 *Songs of the Sunlands (Miller). .33 107 *Threading my Way (Owen).... 33 231 *Historical Account of the Expe- dition against Sandusky (But terfield) 33 232 *The Prostrate State (Pike).... 33 233 *Poen~s (Hoffman) 33 234 Ralph Keeler 33 366 *~an~j~o~ selected from Works of Walter Savage Landor 33 368 *Sataii (Cranch) 33 370 *Tlie Parisians (Bulwer) 33 616 The Long Days 33 663 ~The Circuit Rider (Eggleston) .33 745 *Baddeck and that Sort of Thing (Warner) 33 748 A Foregone Conclusion 34 1, 145, 345, 475, 534, 641 While the Oriole sings 34 83 *George Eliots Legend of Jubal .34 102 *A Voyage to the Fortunate Isles (Mrs. Piatt) 34 104 *Poei~s (Miss Hudson) 34 105 *Life of Thomas Jefferson (Par ton) 34 110 *Prudence Palfrey (Aldrich).... 34 227 *The Wetherel Affair (De Forest).34 229 *~yJ~5~ Evans (Baker) 34 230 *Lord of Hi.mself (Underwood) .34 362 *Alexander the Great (Dc Vere).34 492 Mr. Parkmans Histories 34 602 *Gunnar (Boyesen) 34 624 *The Prophet (Taylor) 34 743~ *The Hanging of the Crane 34 745 *Songs of Many Seasons(Holmes).35 105 *Hazel..Blossoms (Whittier) 35 106 *Echoes of the Foot-Hills (Harte).35 234 *The Emigrants Story, and other Poems (Trowbridge) 35 236 *A Rebels Recollections (Eggles ton) 35 237 107 *A Passionate Pilgrim, and other Tales (H. James, Jr.) 35 490 Alfieri 35 533 *Ezra Stiles Gannett: a Memoir. .35 620 *Castle Nowhere (Miss Woolson).35 736 *Baedekers Handbooks for Trav elers 35 737 *Mr. Raymonds Colonel Sellers and the Gilded Age 35 749 An Obsolete Fine Gentleman... .36 98 *Poetic Studies (Miss Phelps)... 36 108 *Whip and Spur (Waring) 36 109 *Point Lace and Diamonds (G. E. Baker, Jr.) 36 109 *Queeii Mary (Tennyson) 36 240 *An Idyl of Work (Miss Larcom).36 241 *The Defence of Guenevere, and other Poems (Morris) 36 243 *Memorial, Bunker Hill 36 244 *Mrs. Richardsons History of Our Country 36 244 Private Theatricals . 36 513, 674 37 1, 182, 329, 437, 559 *Mark Twains Sketches 36 749 *Library Notes (Russell) 36 753 *Four New Books of Poetry: Gil- ders The New Day; Lathrops Rose and Roof-Tree; Bayard Taylors Home Ballads; Long- fellows The Masque of Pan dora 37 105 *The Inn Album (Browning)... .37 382 *Arnong my Books: Second Se ries (Lowell) 37 493 *The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Mark Twain) 37 621 *The Queen of Hearts 37 622 A Shaker Village 37 699 A Sennight of the Centennial. ... 38 92 *Mummies and Moslems (War ner) 38 108 *Men and Manners in America One Hundred Years Ago (H. B. Scudder, ed.) 38 243 The Parlor Car. Farce 38 290 *Son~e New Books of Poetry: Mrs. Piatts That New World and other Poems; Aldrichs Flower and Thorn; Weekss Twenty Poems; Bayard Tay- lors The Echo Club and other Literary Diversions; The Poet- ical Works of James Russell Lowell 39 87 Out of the Qiiestioii... .39 195, 317, 447 *Harriet Martineaus Autobiog raphy 39 624 At the Sign of the Savage 40 36 *Harold: A Drama (Tennyson) .39 242 *Three Memorial Poems (Low ell) 39 374 Howells Howells *Poems of Places (H. W. Long fellow, ed.) 39 375 *The American Architect and Building News 39 376 *Libraire de lArt (Second Year).39 377 *Charles Kingsley; his Letters and Memories of his Life.... 39 752 *Deephaven (S. 0. Jewett) 39 759 *Afterglow 40 109 *LArt (Third Year) 40 112 *Le Costume Historique(Racinet).40 112 *Popular Sayings from Old Iberia.40 377 *A Short History of Rhode Island (Greene) 40 378 A. Counterfeit Presentment. ... AO 148, 296, 448 Carlo Goldoni 40 601 *Turkey (James Baker) 40 628 Edward Gibbon .. .41 99 *Caricature and other Comic Art (Parton) 41 135 *Contemporary Art in Europe (Benjamin) 41 135 *The Millais and the Faed Galler ies 41 136 *The River Path (Whittier) 41 136 *Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. (Parkman) .40 496 *The Scarlet Letter (Tlawthorne).40 753 *Californian Pictures (Avery)... 40 754 *Works of William Unger 40 754 *Le Costume Historique (Racinet), Pt.3 40 755 *LArt, Vol. II. for 1877 40 755 *Beiiig a Boy (Warner) 40 763 *The Signal Boys (Eggleston). .41 137 *The Wings of Courage (M. E. Field) 41 137 *The Jimmyjohns (Mrs. Diaz). .41 137 *Western Windows and The Lost Farm (Piatt).. 41 139 *The Queen of Sheba (Aldrich) .41 141 A French Poet of the Old R~gime.41 332 *The Bride of the Rhine 41 550 *Some Recent Volumes of Verse: The Book of Gold and other Poems; Poems (Mrs. Moulton); Poems in Company with Chil- dren; Fantasy and Passion.... 41 629 *New Illustrated Edition of Dick ens 41 669 *il\Iemoir of William Francis Bartlett 41 8& 1 *French Poets and Novelists.... 42 118 *K~ran~os and other Poems 42 120 *Thistle..Down 42 121 *In the Wilderness 42 377 The Lady of the Aroostook. .42 597, 727 43 25, 193, 338 *The Family Library of British Poetry 42 775 108 *The Vision of Echard 42 776 *Letters from Muskoka 42 778 *Rock of Ages 43 119 *The School-Boy 43 120 *Thanatopsis 43 121 *LArt, Tome XIV 43 121 *Racinets Le Costume Historique, PartS 43 122 *The Bodleys on Wheels 43 123 *Mother Gooses Melodies with Kappess illustrations 43 123 Buying a Horse 43 741 *Locusts and Wild Honey 44 123 *The Rise of the Dutch Republic .44 123 *Mary Wollstonecraft: Letters to Imlay 44 124 *A Life Worth Living: Memo- rials of Emily Bliss Gould (Bacon) 44 125 *Detmold: a Romance 44 264 *Thackeray (Trollope) 44 267 *The Lovers Tale (Tenn~~son)... 44 268 *The Witchery of Archery 44 269 *Holiday Books : Darleys Com- positions in Outline from Haw- thornes Scarlet Letter; Venice (Yriarte); Tyrol and the Skirt of the Alps; In Berkshire with the Wild Flowers; The Bodleys Afoot; Insect Lives 45 124 *Dickenss Letters 45 280 *Jamness Hawthorne 45 282 *Literary and Philological Man- uals : American Poems; Ori- gin, Progress, and Destiny of the English Language and Lit- erature; Dictionary of English Literature ; English Syno- nymes, explained in Alphabet ical Order 45 357 *Mark Twains New Book 45 686 *A New Observer 45 848 The Undiscovered Country 45 66, 216, 336, 499, 641, 780; 46 83 *Literature for Schools: Amen- can Prose; Ballads and Lyrics; Masterpieces of English Litera ture 46 134 *Goldwin Smiths Cowper 46 425 *Mr. Aldrichs Fiction 46 695 *Mr. Bodley Abroad 47 126 Dr. Breens Practice... 48 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 Garfield 48 707 Police Report 49 1 Niagara Revisited 51 598 The Laureate of Death 56 311 *(Howells, William Dean) A Mod- ern Instance, H. E. Scudder.50 709 *A Womans Reason, H. E. Scudder 52 704 Howellss Hungerford *Indian Summer, H. E. Scudder.57 855 *Moderii Italian Poets, C. E. Woodberry 61 130 *The Rise of Silas Lapham, H. E. Scudder 56 554 *Hownllss, Mr., New Book, T. B. Aldrich 48 402 How Glooskap brought the Sum- mer, F L. Mace..... 56 661 How I Came to Study Spiritual Phenomena, R. D. Owen 34 578 How I crossed Africa from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean (Serpa Pinto; A. Elwes, traiis.), C. C. Leland 48 835 *fl~~ I found it North and South; together with Marys State- ment, H. E. Scudder 47 121 How I got my Overcoat. (Circum- stantially true), C. E. Waring, Jr 28 76 Howitt, William Autumn Days (To M. F. F.). .. .37 426 Howland, Edward The Abb~ Galiani 31 299 How Long? L. C. Moulton 30 75 How Mr. Frye would have preached it, E. E. Hale 19 198 How my New Acquaintances spin, B. C. Wilder 18 129 How not to settle it, 0. W. Holmes .39 257 How Rome is Governed, C. W. Greene 14 150 How Santa Claus came to Simpsons Bar, B. Harte 29 349 How shall the American Savage be Civilized? C. S. Wilson 50 596 *How She Won Him; or, The Bride of Charming Valley (D. A. Moore), T. S. Perry 46 122 How the Old Horse won the Bet, 0. W. Holmes 38 44 How the Women went from Dover, J. G. Whittier 51 805 *How the World was peopled (Ed- ward Fontaine), J. Fiske 29 769 How to change the North American Climate, N. S. Shaler 40 724 How to choose a Rifle, H. W. S. Cleveland 10 635 *How to make a Living (George Cary Eggleston), H. E. Scud der 36 627 How to Rough it, J. T. Fields 8 757 How to Use Victory, E. E. Hale.. 13 763 How we Grow in the Great North- west, S. H. Gay 23 438 How we met John Brown, B. H. Dana 28 1 Hoyt, A. M. The Ghost of Little Jacques 11 213 109 *(Hub, Ignaz) Die deutsche ko- mische und humoristisehe Dich- tung seit Begiun des 16. Jahr- hunderts his auf unsere Zeit.... 1 255 Hubbard, Gardiner Greene Our Post-Office 35 87 Hudson, Hannah Reba April 21 502 Learning 28 266 Idiosyncrasies 31 197 A Poem 31 297 Ships 33 282 In Two Worlds 38 567 *Hudson, Henry, Historical Inquiry concerning (John Meredith Read, Jr.), F. Parkman 19 764 Hudson, Henry Norman *Mexnoirs of the Life of William Shakespeare (White) 16 637 *Hudson, The (Wallace Bruce; Al- fred Fredericks), H. E. Scud der 49 132 Hudson River at New York, Along the, C. D. Shanly 22 1 *(Hughes, Thomas) Tom Brown at Oxford 5 123 Hugo, Victor, T.S.Perry 36 167 *(Hugo, Victor) Les Mis~rables, Fantine, E. P. Whipple 10 124 *Huguenot Emigration to America, History of the (Charles W. Baird), H. C. Lodge 55 843 *Hun,an Hair, The (B. C. Perry). .17 255 *Human Tragedy, The (Alfred Austin) 37 746 Human Wheel, The, Its Spokes and Felloes, 0. W. Holmes 11 567 *Humboldt, Alexander von, Life of (K. Bruhns, ed. ; J. & C. Las- sell, trans.) 32 495 *Hume, David, English Men of Letters (Thomas H. Huxley). .43 545 44 558 Humming-Bird, The, M. B. Wat son 5 659 *Humor, Wit, and Satire of the Seventeenth Century (John Ashton, ed.), G. E. Woodberry .53 432 Hundred Days, Our, After, 0. W. Holmes 61 127 Hundred Days, The, C. B. Russell. .1 641, 836 Hundred Days in Europe, Our, 0. W. Holmes 59 343, 533, 638, 832 60 116, 213, 289, 462 *Hundred Days in Europe, Our (Holmes) H. E. Scudder 60 851 Hungerford, Edward The Rise of Arabian Learning... 58 539 The Intellectual Mission of the Saracens 58 817 Hunt Idylls Hunt, Edward Bissel *Systems of Military Bridges (Cullum) 12 794 Hunt, Mrs. Helen Maria. (See, also, Jackson, Mrs. Helen Maria; H. H., pseud.) Coronation 23 241 The Way to sing 25 214 A German Landlady 26 441 The Miracle Play of 1870 at Bethlehem, N. H 26 732 The Valley of Gastein 27 27 Country Winter in New Hamp shire 27 102 Ampezzo Pass and the House of the Star of Gold 27 422 Encyclicals of a Traveller 27 758 28 215, 340 June IDays in Venice 28 405 A Symphony in Yellow and Red .36 666 *(Hunt, Helen Maria) Bits of Travel 30 243 *Verses, T. W. Higginson 27 400 *Verses 33 368 *Hunt, Leigh, The Correspondence of 9 653 *Tlunt, Leigh, The Poetical Works of 1 124 *Hui~t, Leigh: The Seer, T. W. Higginson 15 576 Hunt, Thornton Shelley 11 184 Hunt, W. M., Records of, H. C. Angell 45 559, 630, 753 46 75 *Hunt, Smith and Robinson, Sale of Pictures by, W. P. P. Long fellow 33 629 *Hunt Memorial Exhibition, The, F. D. Millet 45 120 *Hunts and Innesss Recent Pic- tures, G. P. Lathrop 36 375 *Hunts Pictures, H. James, Jr 29 246 F. D. Millet 37 629 *Hunts Pictures, Exhibition of, G. P. Lathrop 39 251 Hunts, Mr., Teaching, F. D. Millet.46 189 Hunt for Smugglers, A, P. Mulford.31 202 Hunting a Pass : a Sketch of Trop- ical Adventure, E. G. Squier. . .5 447 6 44 Hunting in the British Islands, C. D. Shanly 24 Huntington, Frederic Dan *Farrars Life of Christ 34 488 Huntington, Henry Alonzo Sword and Awl 43 164 Captain Farquhar 49 399 Mrs. Centlivre 49 760 *Hunting Trips of a Ranchman, The (Roosevelt), H. C. Lodge .56 563 Hurd, John Codman *History of West Point (Boyn ton) 13 258 Hurricanes, N. S. Shaler 49 330 *Huss, John, The Life and Times of (E. H. Gillett), W. L. Gage .13 638 Hutchinson, Governor Thomas, 0. E. Ellis 53 662 *Hutchinsons Diary: Second Vol- ume, G. E. Ellis 58 561 *Huxleys Anatomy of Vertebrated Animals, J. Fiske 29 511 Hyatt, Alpheus *Teachers School of Science in Boston 37 255 Hyde, Sydney (pseud., see Pike, Mary Caroline) Hyde, William DeWitt The Future of the Country Col lege 62 721 Hymn of the Dunkers, J. G. Whit tzer 39 529 *Hymiis (Harriet McEwen Kim- ball) 20 128 Hymns and Hymn-Tinkers, A. P. Hitchcock 49 336 *Hymns of the Ages 3 136 Icarus, B. Taylor 6 457 Ice and Esquimaux, D. A. Wasson. 14 728 15 39, 201, 437, 564 Iceberg of Torbay, The, L. L. No ble 6 443 Iceland, Summer and Winter, W. H. Carpenter 62 515 Ice Period in America, L. Agassiz. .14 86 Ideal, C. F. Woolson 30 461 Idealism in New England, Some Phases of, 0. B. Frothinyham. .52 13 Ideal Property, J. D. Whelpley.... 22 167 Ideal Tendency, The, J. B. Brown. .2 769 Idea of God, The, J. Fiske.. . .56 642, 791 *Id~e de Jean T~terol, L (Victor Cherbuliez), T. S. J~errg 43 548 *Identificatioix of the Artisan and the Artist, The 25 125 Identity, T. B. Aldrich 36 11 *Idiomatic Key to the French Lan- guage (l~tienne Lambert) 35 128 Idiosyncrasies, H. R. Hudson 31 197 Idleness, J. L. Robertson 30 565 Idlers Idyl, An, H. Rich 25 711 *Idolatry (Juliaii Hawthorne), H. James, Jr 34 746 Idyl of Battle Hollow, The (War of the Rebellion, 1864), B. Harte 29 496 *Idyl of Work, An (Lucy Larcom), W. D. Howells 36 241 *Idylls and Poems (Anna Maria Fay), G. P. Lathrop 45 840 110 Idylls Imprisoned *Idylls of Norway and Other Poems (Hjalmar Hjorth Boye- sen), G. P. Lathrop 51 421 If I should lose Thee, H. H. Boyesen.45 172 if Massa put Guns into our Hans, F H. Ludlow 15 504 *Jf, Yes, and Perhaps (E. E. Hale), TV. D. ilowells 22 634 If you Love me, L. Clark 38 276 *Ignorance of Musical Terminology in the United States, W. F. Ap thorp 36 634 *Ike Partiugtou; or, The Adven- tures of a Human Boy and his Friends (B. P. Shillaber), H. E. Scudder. 43 124 *Iliad of Homer, Faithfully trans- lated into Unrhymed English Metre, The (F. W. Newman), D. A. Wasson 14 135 Illinois in Spring-Time, C. M. Kirkland 2 475 Illusions, B. TV. Emerson. 1 58 *Illustrated Books The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; A History of Painting, Ancient, Early Chris- tian, and Ilvlediteval; Drifting; A Dream of Fair Women; Monuments de lArt Antique, F. D. Millet and W. H. Bishop.47 109 *Illustrated Books, Recent: Greece and Rome, their Life and Art; The Heart of the White Moun- tains, their Legend and Scenery; Home Ballads; The Hudson; Lucile; Songs of Seven; Hannah Jane; Brush- wood; The Chronicle of the Drum, H. E. Scudder 49 130 *Illustrated Books: The Lady of the Lake; Longfellows Evan- geline; The Artists Year; Florence, G. E. Woodberry. .. .50 846 *Illustrated Books: The Raven; The Princess; Elegy written in a Country Churchyard; The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire; The Renaissance of Art in Italy, C. B. Wood- berry and T. B. Aldrich 53 131 Illustrated Books, Recent: The Sermon on the Mount; Poems of Nature; Childe Harolds Pilgrimage; The Last Leaf, H. B. Scudder 56 707 *Illnstrated Books: A Book of the Tile Club; Well-worn Roads of Spain, Holland, and Italy; Sonnets from the Portuguese, 0. B. Woodberry 59 123 ill *Illustrated Books : She Stoops to Conquer; The Blessed Damo- zel, C. B. Woodberry 59 262 *Illustrated Cabinet Atlas and De- scriptive Geography (Colton)... 3 772 *Illustrated History of Ancient Literature, Oriental and Clas- sical (John ID. Quackenbos), T~ S. Perry 43 266 *Illustrate(I Homes (E. C. Gard- ner), 1 P. P. Longfellow 36 760 *Illustration of Progress (Herbert Spencer), J. P. Quincy 13 775 *Illustrations, Some French: Le Monde Pittoresque et Monu- mental; Oliver Goldsmiths Le Vicaire de Wakefield, W. H. Downes 57 563 *Illustratiomms of the Influence of the Mind upon the Body in Health and Disease (Daniel Hack Tuke) 32 112 Illustrious Obscure, The, C. T. Conydon 3 53 *Imaginary Conversations, First and Second Series (Walter Savage Lan& or) 39 119 *Imaginary Conversations, Third and Fourth Series (Walter Savage Landor), H. E. Scud der 40 115 *Imaginary Conversations, Fifth Series (Landor), H. E. Scud der 41 807 *Imaginary Dialogue on Decorative Art, J. Trowbridge. . . 41 693 Immigration, E. Jarvis 29 454 *Isnn7mortel L (Daudet), S. Kirk. .62 711 Immortelles, B. Fawcett 35 407 *Imogen and other Poems 29 752 Impartial Suffrage, An Appeal to Congress for, F. Douglass 19 112 *In2lpeachment, The Art of, A. G. Sedywick 29 385 Implora Pace, L. C. Noble 5 289 Impossibility of Chance, The, C. J. Sprague 22 315 Impressionist at the Paris Exposi- tion, An, TV. H. Bishop 42 585 *Impressioris and Reminiscences (George Sand), H. W. Pres ton 39 628 *Impressions et Souvenirs (George Sand), 7. S. Perry 32 628 Impressions of London Social Life, Some, E.S. Nadal 31 462 *Impressions of London Social Life (E. S. Nadal), C. P. Lathrop .36 751 *Impressions of Theophrastus Such (George Eliot) .44 619 Imprisoned, C. Thaxter 32 51 Improvement Insect *Improvement in Popular Music, W.F.Apthorp 29 763 *Ina (Katheriue Valerio) 28 254 In a Border State, P. B. Semple 62 464 In a Cellar, H. E. Prescott 3 151 In a Church, C. P. Cranch 29 576 In a Fog, E. H. House 5 649 Iii a Library, C. P. Cranch 45 482 In a Market-Wagon, G. P. Lathrop.33 297 In an Attic, E. A. C. Alcers 12 768 In a Wherry, T. IF. Higginson... .29 163 In Behalf of the Birds, T. Al. Brewer.25 257 *In Berkshire with the Wild Flow- ers (Elaine and Dora Goodale; XV. Hamilton Gibson, illus.), W. D. Howells 45 127 *In Bohemia (OReilly), G. E. Woodberry 59 418 Incantation, G. P. Latlirop 38 443 Incidents of the Capture of Rich- mond, G. F. Sliepleg 46 18 Incidents of the Portland Fire, L. D. Sewall 18 356 Increase of Human Life, The, E. Jarvis 24 495, 581, 711 *Index to the Catalogue of a Portion of the Public Library of the City of Boston, J. R. Lowell... .3 777 India, British, C. C. Hazewell 1 85 *India and its Native Princes (Louis Rousselet; Buckle, ed.) 37 114 Indian Medicine, J. AL Browne. ... 18 113 Indian Question in Arizona, The, R. K. Evans 58 167 Indian Revolt, The, C. E. Norton... 1 217 *Iidian Saint, The (Charles D. B. Mills), T. S. Perry 37 752 Indian Summer, E. Fawcett. 40 584 Indian Summer, F. L. Praa 26 724 *Indian Summer (Howells), H. E. Scudder 57 855 Indian Territory, The, I. R. Jen ness 43 444 Indians, The Dawes Bill and the, J. B. Thayer 61 315 Indirection, ft. Realf 42 618 Individual Continuity, E. ft. Sill.. .58 267 Individuality, D. A. Was.wn 9 424 *Indogermanen und Semitenthum, Ueber (Jobannes Rdntsch).... 30 496 Indoor Pauper, The: A Study, A. French 47 749 48 241 *Industrial Biography (Samuel Smiles), M. A. Dodqe 13 636 *Industrial Classes in Sweden and Norway, Condition of the (C. C. Andrews) 35 505 In Earliest Spring, W. D. Howells. .29 619 Inebriate Asylums and a Visit to One, J. Parton - ... 22 385 Inebriates Classified and Clarified, Our, By an Inmate of the New York State Asylum, J. W. Palmer 23 477 Inebriates Harbored and Helped, Our, By an Inmate of the New York State Asylum, J. W. Palmer 24 109 In Exile, M. H. Foote 48 184, 322 *Infinite and the Finite, The (The ophilus Parsons) 29 627 *Infiuence of Music on Health and Life, The (H. Chomet; Laura A. Flint, trans.), W. F. Ap thorp. 35 634 *Infiuence of Violet Light, .J. Fiske.29 638 *(Ingelow, Jean) Songs of Seven.. 17 122 *Story of Doom and other Poems, W. D. Howells 20 383 *Studies for Stories, T. W. Hig ginson 15 378 Ingelow, Miss, and Mrs. Walford, H. W. Preston 56 230 Ingliam, Frederic, pseud. (See Hale, Edward Everett.) *Ingbam Papers (E. E. Hale), W. D. Howells 24 128 Initiate, The, A, Fields 52 745 In June, N. Perry 25 680 Inland Country, The, C. C. Brush. .44 147 In London Again, ft. G. White... .47 252 In Madeira Place, H. W. Chaplin. .53 229 In May, C. Thaxter 27 621 In Memoriam 24 578 In Memoriam, John Lothrop Mot ley, W. W. Story 40 408 In Memory, J. G. Whittier 48 110 In Memory of J. W. R. W., 0. W. Holmes 14 115 In Morte Immutabilitas, W. C. Lawton 60 613 In my Vineyard, B. Taylor 24 719 *Inn Album, The (Robert Brown- ing), W. D. Howells 37 372 *Inness and his Pictures, C. P. Lathrop 31 114 *Innocents Abroad, The (Mark Twain), W. D. Howells 24 764 *(Innsly, Owen) Love Poems and Sonnets 49 552 *In Primrose Time (PiatQ, C. E. Woodberry 59 413 *Inqnisition of the Middle Ages, A History of the (H. C. Lea). . .62 126 In St. James Park, T. W. Par sons 29 89 Inscription for an Alms-Chest made of Camphor-Wood, T. W. Par sons. 3 600 *Insect, The (Jules Michelet), S. H. Scudder 37 495 112 Insect Inverawe *Insect Lives; or, Born in Prison (Julia P. Ballard), W. D. How f2lls ... 45 128 *Insects Injurious to Vegetation (Harris) . -.. 9 652 *Insect World, The (Louis Figuier) J. Fiske 31 251 *Inside: A Chronicle of Secession (Harrington) 18 645 *In Spain and a Visit to Portu- gal (Andersen), W. D. How ells 26 377 Inspired Lobbyist, An, J. W. De Forest 30 676 Instinct, L. A. Jones 5 513 Intaglio Head of Minerva, On an, T. B. Aldrich 32 165 Intellectual Character, E. P. Whip- pie 1 791 Intellectual Character of General Grant, The, A. Badeau 23 625 *Intellectual Development of Eu- rope, History of the (J. W. Draper), D. A. Wasson 13 642 Intellectual Influence of Music, The J. S. Dwight 26 614 *Intellectual Lire, The (Philip Gil- bert Hamerton), W. Everett.. .32 751 Intellectual Mission of the Saracens The, E. Hunger/brd 58 817 Interesting Manuscripts of Edmund Burke, C. Sumner 12 381 Interesting People whom I met in London: A Chapter of Auto- biography, 1?. D. Owen 32 560 Interlude, An, E. R. Sill 56 227 Interludes, T. B. Aldrich 38 657 Intermezzo, H. P. Spofford 45 32 Intermingling of Religions, The, L. All. Child 28 385 Internal Structure and Progression of the Glacier, L. Agassiz 12 751 International Copyright, J. Parton. .20 430 *International Copyright, A. C. Sedgwiclc 29 387 International Copyright hy Judicial Decision, A. G. Sedgwick 43 217 *International Episode, An (H. James, Jr.), H. W. Preston. . .43 758 International Fair, Characteristics of the 38 85, 233, 350, 492, 732 39 94 *International Law, Elements of, (Henry Wheaton), C. H. Hill. .18 513 *International Penitentiary Con- gress of London, Report on the (E. C. Wines), F. B. Sanborn. .32 374 Interpreted, S. C. Woolsey 45 285 *In the Carquinez Woods (Bret Harte), H. E. Scudder 52 705 In the Certosa, S. C. Woolsey 47 174 In the Churchyard at Tarrytown, H. W. Longfellow 39 293 In the Clouds, M. N. Murfree 57 1, 200, 389, 517, 669, 816 58 113, 243, 386, 519, 666, 829 In the Dark, F. L. Bushnell...... 29 559 *In the Distance (George Parsons Lathrop), H. E. Scudder 50 113 In the Gray Goth, E. S. Phelps. .. .20 559 In the Half-Way House, J. R. Low ell 11 26 In the Haunts of the Mocking-Bird, M. Thompson 54 620 In the Hemlocks, J. Burroughs. .. .17 672 *In the Hushes of Midnight. Song (Words by T. B. Aldrich; Music by C. Henshaw Dana). .39 386 In the Lane, C. T/iaxter 28 288 *In the Levant (Charles Dudley Warner) 39 112 In the Old Churchyard at Fred- ericksburg, F. W. Loring 26 273 In the Pines, W. F. ~Ilayer 3 560 In the Quantick Stage, S. F. Hop kins 37 736 In the Sea, H. Rich 17 344 In the silent, the silent November, C. P. Lathrop 49 213 In the Straits of Magellan, E. C. Agassiz 31 89 In the Teutoburger Forest, B. Tay lor 23 40 In the Twilight, f. R. Lowell 21 96 *In the Wilderness (C. D. Warner), W. D. Howells 42 377 Intimate Life of a Noble German Family, J. Schayer. .46 349, 496, 638 Intimations of Early Childhood, Some, K. K. C. Walker 45 327 *Introduction to the Rhythmic and Metric of Classical Languages, An (J. Heinrich Schmidt; J. W. White, trans.) 43 266 *Introduction to the Study of Early English History (John Pym Yeatman) 35 741 In Trust, E. M. Thomas 59 470 *Intnitive Morals, An Essay on 4 260 In Tuscany, C. Thaxter 54 490 In Two Worlds, H. II. Hudson.... 38 567 In Vacation 22 302 Invalidism, C. P. Hawes 18 599 *Invasion, L (Ludovic Hal~vy), T. S. Perry 30 245 *Invasion of the Crinmea, The, Vols. V. and VI. (A. W. Kinglake), C. E. Woodherry 62 131 Invention, The Future of, W. H. Babcock 44 137 Inverawe, A Legend of, C. F. Cor don Cumming 54 333 113 In War Time Jackson In War Time, S. W. Mitchell 53 1, 153, 297, 483, 651, 759 54 60, 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 *In War Time (S. Weir Mitchell), H. E. Scudder 55 123 In War Time, J. G. Whittier 10 235 In Weimar with Liszt, A. Fay 33 417 In Winter Months, 1K E. Durkee. .51 259 lone, To, C. P. Cranch 38 558 Ireland, Frederick Gulon Puritanism and Manners 43 159 Irene Anadyomene 6 612 Irene the Missionary, J. W. De Forest 43 426, 587, 759 44 64, 172, 311, 417, 598 *Irene the Missionary (J. W. iDe Forest), H. E. Scudder 45 680 Iris, B. Taylor 29 655 Irish Girl! Only an, F. B. Per lcins 11 643 *Irish Wonders (MeAnally), H. E. Scudder 61 846 Iron-Clad Ships and Heavy Ord- nance, A. L. Holley 11 85 *Iron Gate nnd Other Poems, The (0. W. Holmes), G. P. La throp 46 704 *Iron Manufacture of the Amer- ican Colonies up to the Revo- lution, and of Pennsylvania until the Present Tune, A Con- cise History of the (John B. Pearse), II. TV. Rwymond 40 525 *Iron Manufacturers Guide to the Furnaces, Forges, and Rolling- Mills of the United States, The (J. P. Lesley) 4 257 Iron-Mills, Life in the, II. B. Har- ding 7 430 Irony, F. H. Hedge 26 414 Irvil]g, Henry, 11. A. Clapp 53 413 Irving, Washington, D. G. Mitch ell 13 694 Irving, Washington, C. D. Warner.45 396 *Irvino. XX ......~., (Chai~les Dud- ley Warner) [American Men of Letters], H. F. Scudder... 49 422 *Irviug, Washington, The Life and Letters of (Pierre 14. Irving), G. S. Hil7ard 10 646 Irving, J~ecollections of, by his Publisher. G. P. Putnam 6 601 Isanos, Abram Samuel Stories from the Pabbis 62 394 *1 Sahinerbjergone (Wilhelm Berg- she) 32 115 Is Anything Lost? F. A. Doughty. .47 262 Isehia, A Tsip to, B. Taylor 22 155 Is God Good? F. S. Phelps...... .48 532 Island, Democracy in the Caspian, F. Nobe 60 805 Island of Maddalena, The, With a Distant View of Caprera, B. Taylor 22 326 *J~ Life Worth Living? (William Hurrel Mallock), H. W. Pres ton 46 768 *Ismailia (Samuel W. Baker), T. S. Perry 35 503 Is Marriage Holy? H. James 25 360 Isolation, E. Gray 38 154 Israel Bethel Church, S. Andrews. .32 727 Israelites, Eminent, W. M. Gris wold 46 566 Israclitish Brethren, Our, J. Par- ton 26 385 *Issues of American Politics, The (Orria Skinner), F. B. San- born 31 365 *Is That All, G. P. Lathrop 39 500 Is the Religious Want of the Age Met? J. W. Kimball 5 358 Is Universal Suffrage a Failure? G. Smith 43 71 Italian Bourbons, The Last Stand of the, W. C. Lao gdon 54 663 *Italian Byways (John Addington Symonds), G. E. Woodberry. .52 834 Italian Experiences in Collecting Old Masters, J. J. Jarves.. .6 578 *Italian Opera in Athens, The, W. F. Aptborp 32 382 *Italian Poetry, L. Dyer 46 279 *Italian Poets, Modern (Howells) G. F. Woodberry 61 130 *Italian Popular Tales (Crane), F. Schnyler 57 421 Italian Question, The Religions Side of the, G. Marzini 20 108 Italian Rain-Storm, An, .111. C. Clarke 18 344 *Italian Sculpture, Historical Hand- book of (Charles C. Perkins), G.E. Woodberry 53 281 Italian War, The, C. C. Hazewell.. .4 244 Italy, 1859, J. .11. Lowell 4 378 Italy, New, The Makers of, W. R. Thayer 62 656 *Italy, from the Alps to Mount ~Iltna (T. A. Trollope) 38 752 Italy Revisited, II. James, Jr. 41 437 *Italy, Rome, nud Naples (H.Taine; John Durand, trans.), 117. D. Howells. 22 124 Ivo of Chartres, H. G. Cone 62 206 *Jack (Daudet), T. S. Perry 38 249 *Jack and Jill (L. 14. Alcott), H. F. Scudder 47 123 *Jackson, Andrew, and John Ran- dolph [American Statesmen Series], H. C. Lodge 51 131 114 Jackson James *Jackson, Andrew [American Statesmen] (William Graham Sumner), H. C. Lodge 51 131 *Jackson, Andrew, Life of (Parton), J. R. Lowell..... 7 381 Jackson, Charles Thomas *The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man (Lyell) 12 128 Jackson, George Runell A North Northumbri~ Village.. 34 129 Jackson, Mrs. Helen Maria. (H. H. and Jane Silsbee, pseud. See, also, Hunt, Helen Maria) July 38 31 August 38 225 September 38 300 October 38 430 A Colorado Road 38 677 January 39 30 Apart 39 277 April 39 467 Wa-ha-toy-a; or, Before the Graders 39 662 The Procession of Flowers in Col orado 40 401 The Rank and File 41 619 Border Lands 41 710 To Leadville 43 567 Massy Spragues Daughter 44 1 Avalanches 44 106 Petite Marie and Benezet 44 170 Sister Marys Story 44 576 Bergen Days 47 770 Four Days with Sauna 48 38 Tidal Waves 48 252 The Katrina Saga 48 366, 518 A Midsummer Fete in the Pueblo of San Juan 49 101 Among the Sky Lines 49 375 Aunty Lane 49 610 The Gods said Love is Blind.... 50 221 Chance Days in Oregon 51115 Puget Sound 51 218 By Horse-Cars into Mexico.... .51 350 Glints in Auld Reekie 52 363 0-be-joyful Creek and Poverty Gulch 52 753 Chester Streets 53 12 The Arbutus 53 622 Two Harvests 54 784 The Victory of Patience 55 617 Sesames . ... 57 98 *(Jackson, Helen Maria) A Century of Dishonor, M. Le B God dard. 47 572 *Bits of Travel at Home, T. S. Perry 42 777 *Rainona, H. E. Scudder 55 127 Jackson, Hclen Hunt, To the Memory of, E. 31. Th as.. .58 195 Jacob Flints Journey, B. Taylor.. .24 313 Jacobs Insurance, P. Deming 49 507 Jacques, Mary Jane (Mary Town- ley, pseud.) The Rose in October 40 584 Jaffa to Jerusalem, From, C. D. Warner 38 1 Jaguar Hunt, The, J. T. Trow bridge 15 742 Jamaica, E. C. Stedman 41 163 Jamaica, The Late Insurrection in, G. Reynolds 17 480 James, Henry, Sr. *Leckys History of the Rise and Influences of the Spirit of Ra tionalism in Europe 17 248 *Ecce Homo 18 122 *An Historical Sketch of Sacerdo- tal Celibacy in the Christian Church (Lea) 20 378 *Swedeiiborgs True Christian Religion (Foster) 23 765 The Woman Thou gayest with me 25 66 Is Marriage Holy ~ 25 360 *Ttie Bible in the Public Schools .25 638 *The Question of the Hour 25 638 The Logic of Marriage and Mur der 25744 *The Chinese Classics (Legge). .25 763 *Beechers Lecture Room Talks .26 118 *Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection (Wallace). .26 757 *Origin and Development of Re- ligious Belief (Baring-Gould) .27 271 *Culture and Religion (Shairp). .28 252 Spiritualism, New and Old 29 358 Modern Diabolism 32 219 *The Golden City (Barrett) 33 236 Some Personal Recollections of Carlyle 47 593 Stephen Dewhursts Autobiog raphy 54 649 (*James Henry, Sr.) Substance and Shadow, E. H. Sears 12 126 *James, Henry, The Literary Re- mains of (William James), E. Mulford 55 702 James, Henry, Jr. The Story of a Year 15 257 A Landscape Painter 17 182 The Novels of George Eliot 18 479 My Friend Bingham 19 346 Poor Richard 19 694; 20 32, 166 The Romance of Certain Old Clothes 21 209 A Most Extraordinary Case 21 461 De Grey: a Romance 22 57 Gabrielle de Bergerac. . .24 55, 231, 352 *Lothair 26 249 Travelling Companions 26 600, 684 A Passionate Pilgrim 27 352, 478 115 James James Watch and Ward.. 28 232, 320, 415, 577, 689 *Around a Spring (Droz) 28 248 *Hours of Exercise in the Alps (Tyndall) 28 634 A Change of Heart 29 49 *Exhibition of French Pictures, with Notices of La Farge, Porter, and Vedder 29 115 *Hunts Pictures 29 246 *Vibert 29 247 *Combatde Coqs (G~roine) 29 24G *Zamacois 29 246 *Pictures in Boston, Cole, Dau bigny, Appleton Brown 29 372 Tames English Literature 29 469 *The Dutch and Flemish Pictures in New York 29 757 Guests Confession 30 385, 566 The Bethnal Green Museuin.... 31 69 The Madonna of the Future 31 276 A Roman Holiday 32 1 Roman Rides 32 190 Roman Neighborhoods 32 671 The Last of the Valerii 33 69 A Chain of Italian Cities 33 158 *J Foxcroft Cole 33 629 Siena 33 6641 Eugene Pickering 34 397, 513 *Moutpensier Pictures at the Ath enicum 34 633 *The School for Scandal at the Boston Museum 34 754 *Idolatry (Hawthorne) 37 746 Roderick Hudson... .35 1, 145, 297, 422, 515, 644 36 58, 129, 269, 385, 553, 641 *Pictures by Wild, Boughton, Ap- pleton Brown, and Mrs. Still- man 35 117 *Egusquiza 35 119 *Correspondence of Dr. Channing and Lucy Aikin 35 368 The American 37 651 38 15, 155, 310, 461, 535, 641 39 1, 161, 295, 412, 530 Daniel Deronda: a Conversation.38 684 A Little Tour in France 41 67 Italy Revisited 41 437 Recent Florence 41 586 The Europeans. ... 42 52, 155, 262, 404 The Pension Beaurepas 43 460 The Portrait of a Lady 46 585, 740 47 1, 176, 335, 449, 623, 8b0 48 59, 213, 338, 479, 620, 751 Alphonse Daudet 49 846 London Pictures and Londoii Plays 50 253 Tommaso Salvini 51 377 Daisy Miller: a Comedy.. .51 433, 577, 721 116 *The Reminiscences of Ernest Renan 52 274 Ivan Turg~nieff 53 42 George Eliots Life 55 668 En Province.... 52 24,1169, 303,453,630 53 217, 515, 623 The Princess Casamassima 56 289, 433, 577, 721 57 66, 145, 326, 485, 645, 789 58 58, 209, 349, 433 The Aspern Papers... .61 296, 461, 577 *(James, Henry Jr.) An Interna- tional Episode, H. W. Preston.43 758 *Bostonians, The, H. E. Scud der 57 851 *Confldence, T. S. Perry 46 125 *French Poets and Novelists, W.D.Howells 42 118 *Partial Portraits, G. E. Wood- berry 62 564 *Portraits of Places, C. E. Woodberry 53 569 *Roderick Hudson, C. P. La throp 37 237 *The American 40 108 *The Passionate Pilgrim and other Tales, W. D. Howells. .35 490 *The Siege of London, The Pension Beanrepas, and the Point of View, H. E. Scudder 51 706 *Transatlantic Sketches 36 113 *Washington Square, H. E. Scudder 47 709 *Hawthorne, 117. D. Howells... 45 282 *James, Crawford, and Howells: The Bostonians; A Tale of a Lonely Parish; Indian Summer, H. E. Scudder 57 850 James, Marian Some Account of a Visionary 5 192 James, Robertson The Seraph Speech 55 308 James, William *The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication (Darwin) 22 122 *Voltaire (Morley) 30 624 *Contributions to Mental Pathol ogy (Ray) 31 748 *Fifth Annual Report of the State Board of Ilcaith of Mas sachusetts 34 234 *Responsibility in Mental Disease (Maudsley) 34 364 *Principles of Mental Physiology (Carpenter) 34 495 *An~sthetic Revelations (Blood) .34 627 *The Principles of Science (Jc vons) 35 500 *Problems of Life and Mind (Lewes) 36 361 Jane Jesuits *The Jukes: a Study in Crime, Pauperism, Disease, and He- redity (R. L. Dugdale) 41 405 Great Men, Great Thoughts, and the Environment 46 441 *The Religious Aspect of Philos ophy 55 840 Jane Reed, A Pennsylvania Ballad, B. Taylor 37 402 *Janet et ses Amis (J. R. C. Hoyt).39 116 January, H. M. Jackson 39 30 Janvier, Margaret. (Margaret Vandegrift, pseud.) The King who went out governing.59 108 Japan, E. H. House 5 721 Japan, The Thraldom of, E. H. House 60 721 Japanese Doctor and his Works, A; personal and historic memo randa, E. H. House .. 28 678 *Japanese Episodes (Edward H. House), H. E. Scudder 49 419 *Japanese Fairy World (William Elliot Griffis; Ozawa, of Tokio, illus.), H. E. Scudder 47 124 *Japaiiese Homes and their Sur- roundings (Morse), C. E. Woodberry 57 694 Jarves, James Jackson On the Formation of Galleries of Art 6106 Italian Experiences in collecting Old Masters 6 578 The Genius of Dor~. 24 379 Pescaglia, the Home of a Mad Ar tist 34 281 *Jarvess, Mr., Collection, J. R. Lowell 6 509 *Jarves Collection of Early Italiaa Painters, Manual of the (Rus sell Sturges) 22 127 Jarvis, Edward Sanitary Condition of the Army. .10 463 The Increase of Human Life.... 24 495, 581, 711 Immigration 29 454 Jasmin, Jacques, H. W. Preston.... 37 34 Jasmins, Jacques, Fran~onette, H. W. Preston 37 157 *(Jasmin, Jacques) Les Papill6tos, F. B6cher 7 372 *Jaubert, Madame C., Souvenirs of, Lettres et Correspondances, H. W. Preston 49 116 Jealousy, H. B. Bostwick 46 464 Jefferson, Thomas, W. Dorsheimer. . .2 706, 789 Jefferson, Thomas, College Days of, J. Parton 29 16 *Jefferson, Thomas, Life of (J. Par- ton), W. D. Howells 34 110 117 Jefferson, American Minister in France, J. Parton 30 405 Jefferson and Hamilton, Meeting of, J. Parton ... 30 704 Jefferson and Hamilton, The Quarrel of, .J. Parton. ... .. . .31 257 Jefferson and Slavery, A. D. White. .9 29 Jefferson a Reformer of Old Vir- ginia, J. Parton. 33 32 Jefferson, Thomas, as a Sorehead, J. Parton 30 273 Jefferson a Student of Law, J. Par- ton 29 179 Jefferson, Thomas, a Virginia Law yer, J. Parton 29 312 Jefferson, Governor of Virginia, J. Parton 30 176 Jefferson in the Continental Con- gress, J. Parton 29 676 Jefferson in the House of Burgesses of Virginia, J. Parton 29 395 Jefferson in the Service of Revolu- tionary Virginia, J. Parton. .. .29 517 Jefferson, Thomas, Secretary of State, J. Parton 31 163 Jefferson, Thomas, The Art of being President, Gathered from the Experience of, J. Parton 32 129 Jeffersons, President, Chief Meas ures, J. Parton 32 298 Jeffersons Return from France in 1789, J. Parton 30 547 Jeffersons, Thomas, Last Years, I. Parton .... 32 ~ *Jeffersons, (William Winter), S. Baxter 49 277 Jelly-Fishes, Mode of Catching, A. Agassiz 16 736 *Jenkinss Vest Pocket Lexicon. ... 10 769 Jenness, Theodora R. The Indian Territory.... . 43 444 *Jennie Juneinna (Jennie June), T. W.Higqinson 14 387 Jennings, Louis John Benjamin Disraeli 32 641 Jennings Sanitary Depot, The, and Colonel George E. War ing 44 415 *Jericho Road, The: A Story of Western Life, G. P. Lathrop. .39 373 Jerrold, Douglas, J. Hannay 1 1 Jerry an Me, H. Rich 30 206 Jerusalem, C. D. Warner 38 143 Jerusalem, A Visit to, E. E. Hale. .49 368 Jerusalem, Neighborhoods of, C. D. Warner 38 418 Jeshurun Barker, The Singular Case of, K. W. Hamilton 56 13 Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century, The, C. E. Ellis 20 362 Jesuits Johnsons Jesuits Mission of Onondaga in 1654, F. Parkman 30 687 *Jettatrice (Madame Augustus Craven), T. S. Perry. 37 239 *Jeunesse de Lord Byron, La, T. S. Perry 30 751 Jewett, Sarah Orne. (Alice Eliot, pseud.) Mr. Bruce 24 701 The Shore House 32 358 Together 35 590 Deephaven Cronies 36 316 Deephaven Excursions 38 277 A Lost Lover 41 303 A Bit of Shore Life 44 200 Flowers in the Dark 45 314 Verses for a Letter 45 568 Andrews Fortune 48 20 River Driftwood 48 500 From a Mournful Villager 48 664 Toms Husband 49 205 The Mate of the Daylight 50 82 An Afternoon in Holland 50 798 A New Parishioner 51 475 A Landless Farmer 51 627, 759 The Hare and the Tortoise 52 187 An Only Son 52 664 A Marsh Island.. .55 38, 145, 347, 452, 654, 773 The Duiham Ladies 57 455 Marsh Rosemary 57 590 The Two Browns 58 196 The Courting of Sister Wisby. .59 577 A Caged Bird 59 816 The Landscape Chamber 60 603 Miss Tempys Watchers 61 289 The Mistress of Sydenham Plan tation 62 145 *(Jewett, Sarah Orne) A Country Doctor, H. E. Scudder 54 418 *Deephaven, W. D. Howells... 39 759 *A Marsh Island, H. E. Scud der 56 561 *The Mate of the Daylight and Friends Ashore, C. P. La throp 53 712 *PlayDays, H. E. Scudder... 42 778 Jews Gift, The, T. B. Aldrich 46 612 *Jimnniyjohns and other Stories, The (Mrs. A. M. Diaz), W. D. Howells 41 137 Joan Mellish, H. Sass 42 320 *Jocoseria (Robert Browning), C. P. Lathrop 51 840 John, A. D. Richardson 24 740 *John Andross (Rebecca Harding Davis), T. S. Perry 34 115 John Baptist at the Jordan, E. E. Hale 49 60 *John Brent (Theodore Winthrop), E. P. Wh~pple 9 520 118 John Bull, 1?. 0. White 42 223 *John Bull and his Island (Max ORell), G. E. Woodherry. ... 53 570 John Bull at Feed, W. J. Stillman. .26 748 John Chinainan, M. D., J. W. Pal mer 21 257 John Evelyns Daughter, A. L. (arter 62 266 John Lamar, Ii. B. Harding 9 411 John o the Smithy, G. W. Sears.... 21 298 John Reeds Thoughts, B. Taylor... 31 356 Johnson, Andrew, Speeches of, D. A. Wasson 16 763 Johnson, Anna L. Grandmothers Story : The Great Snow 20 716 Johnson, Daniel Harris Our Paris Letter 22 723 Broke Jail 36 12 *Johnson, Dr.: His Friends and his Critics (George Birkbeck Hill), T. S. Perry 42 654 Johnson, Mrs. Ellen Terry Le RoiManqu~ 60 394 The Queen behind the Throiie... 61 794 The After Suppers of the King. .62 596 Johnson, Mrs. Laura Winthrop On Picket Duty 13 495 Johnson, Oliver Morality in the Public Schools. .51 748 *Jobnson, Samuel, .j. W. Chad wick 51 848 *Johnson, Samuel, English Men of Letters (Leslie Stephen), T. S. Perry 42 653 *Jolmnson, Samuel, The Life of (Boswell) 43 413 *Johnson, Samuel, Life and Corre- spondence of (E. Edward Beardsley), 1?. Whitingham ... 33 619 *Johnson, Sir William, The Life and Times of (William L. Stone) 16 121 *Johnson, William Samuel, Life and Times of (E. Edwards Beardsley) 40 243 Johnson Party, The, E. P. Whip- pie 18 374 *Joh,~sons Chief Lives of the Poets (Matthew Arnold, ed.) 43 413 *Johnsoi~s Garrison and other Biog- raphies : William Lloyd Gar- rison and his Times; The Life of Charles Hodge; The Life, Times, and Correspondence of the Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, Bishop of Kildare and Leigh- ha; The Stage, or Recollec- tions of Actors and Acting from an Experience of Fifty Years ; Reminiscences of a Johnsons Kan~ko Journalist; The Reminiscences of an Idler; Wrecked Lives, or Men who have failed, C. E. Woodherry 47 558 *Johnsons Persia, 0. B. Frothing- ham 55 270 Johns Trial, P. Deming 33 276 John Underhill, .1. G. Whittier 32 668 *John Ward, Preacher (Margaret Deland), H. E. Scudder 62 704 *John Wards Governess (Annie L. McGregor) 22 637 *John Worthingtons Name (Frank Lee Benedict), T. S. Perry.... 34 361 *Jolly Fellowship, A (Frank R. Stockton), H. E. Scadder. ... .47 124 Jolly Mariner, The, J. C. Saxe 2 814 Jones, Edith The Parting Day 45 194 A Failure 45 464 Patience 45 548 Wants 45 599 Jones, Erasmus William The Welsh in America 37 305 Jones, Leonard Augustus Instinct 5 513 Jones, Paul, and the Armed Neu trality, J. Fiske 60 786 Jones, Paul, and Denis Duival, B. E. Hale 14 493 Jonson, Ben, B. P. Whipple 20 403 Jordan, John, from the Head of Baine, J. R. Gilmore...... ... 16 434 Joseph and his Friend, B. Taylor. .25 39, 129, 262, 385, 513, 641 26 41, 129, 274, 403, 571, 665 *Joseph Noirels Revenge (Victor Cherbnliez), W. D. Howells.. .31 105 *Josh Billings Trump Kards, T. S. Perry 40 633 *Journal dun Diplomate en Alle- magne et en Gri~ce (Henry dIdeville), T. S. Perry 36 369 *Jonrnal dun Diploinate en Italie (Henry dIdeville), T. S. Per- ry 31368 *Journal dune Femme, Le (Octave Fenillet), T. S. Perry 43 687 Journalism and Journalists, F. B. Sanborn 34 55 Journal of a Privateersman, C. E. Norton 8 353, 417 *Journal of a Residence on a Geor- gian Plantation (Prances Anne Kemble), G. W. Ourtis 12 260 *Jonrnal of John Woolman, The (John G. Whittier), W. D. Howells 28 251 Journal to my Cousin Mary, My, A. L. Otis 1 554, 651 *Journey due North, A (G. A. Sala). .2 895 119 *Jonrney in Brazil, A (Prof. and Mrs. Agassiz), W. D. Howells .21 383 Journey in Sicily, A, C. C. Block .. .6 209 *Journey in the Back-Country, A (Ohnsted), J. R. Lowell 6 635 *Journey of an Architect in the Northwest of Europe, A (Felix Narjoux; John Peto, trans.), W. H. Bishop 40 757 *Jonrney round my Room, A (Xavier de Maistre) 29 112 *Joui.ney to Ashango-Land, A (Paul B. Du Chailin) 20 122 *Journey to Egypt and the Holy Land in 186970, A (Henry M. Harmon) 31 500 *Jours dEpreuve, Les (E. Caro), 1. S. Perry 30 118 Joy-Month, D. A. Wasson 3 685 Juanita, K. F. Williams .. .3 16 *Jubilee, The, W. F. Apthorp 30 376 Jubilee Days, W. D. Howells 24 245 Judd, Sylvester The Dramatic Element in the Bible 4 137 Judgment, The, H. W. Cleveland. .36 459 Judsons Remorse, L. C. Wyman. .61 36 *Jukes, The: A Study in Crime, Pauperism, Disease, and He- redity (R. L. Dugdale), W. James 41 405 Julian, George Washington Our Land Policy 43 325 *Julians Political Recollections, H. C.Lodge 53 560 *Julie de Tr~coeur (Octave Feuil- let), T. S. Perry 30 118 July, H. M. Jackson 38 31 July Reviewed by September, J. R. Lowell and W. B. Rogers 6 378 June Days in Venice, H. Al. Hunt. . .28 405 June Idyl, A, J. R. Lowell 21 754 *June on the Miami, and other Poems (W. H. Venable) 29 751 Juno Ludovisi, H. H. Boyesen.... .44 63 *Just How: A Key to the Cook- Books (Mrs. A. D. T.Whitney), T. S. Perry 43 684 *Justines Lovers, H. W. Preston. .42 434 *Kadesh..Barnea (H. Clay Trum bull), G. B. Woodberry 53 565 Kalif of Baldacca, The, H. W. Longfellow 13 664 Kallundborg Church, J. G. Whit tzer 15 51 *Kane, Elisha Kent, Biography of (W. Elder), B. P. Wh~pple. .1 636 Kan~ko, N. T. Mosumb Sets To; or Womans Sacrifice 42 81 Kansas Kimball Kansas, Southwestern, seen with Eastern Eyes, ill. H. Leonard.56 101 Kansas Farmers and Illinois Dairy- men, TV. G. Moody 44 717 Kansas Usurpation A Brief Review of the, P. & odwin 1 492 Karin, the Story of 1 697 Kate Beaumont, J. W. De Forest... 27 70, 184, 298, 446, 573, 726 28 45, 189, 289, 483, 546, 660 *Kate Beaumont (J. W. De Forest), TV. D. Howells 29 364 *Katl~arine Earle (Adeline Traf ton) 35 107 Katharine Morne, S. H. Paifrey.. .18 559, 697 19 75, 174, 306, 438, 564 Kathern, E. C. Wingate 40 561 *Iiathleeii Mavourneen (Frances Hodgsoii Burnett), H. W. Pres ton 44 367 *Kathrii~a (Holland), W. D. How ells 20 762 Katrina Saga, The, H. Jackson (H. H.) 48 366, 518 Katys Fortune, TV. W. Harvey .34 28, 176 Kaweahs Run, C. King 28 396 Kawsmouth Station, At, H. King. .44 155 Kearney, John Watts American Finances from 1789 to 1835 42 284 44 339 Kearsarge, S. W. Mitchell 42 10 *Kearsage and Alabama, The Story of the 22 640 Keats, Recollections of, By an Old School-Fellow, C. C. Clarke.... 7 86 *Keats, The, American Edition of: The Letters of John Keats; The Poems of John Keats, G. E. Woodherry 53 422 *Keats, John, The Letters of (Jno. Gilmer Speed, ed.) 0. E. Woodlwrry 53 422 *Keats, John, The Letters of, to Fanny Brawne, T. B. Aldrich .41 802 *Keats, John, The Poems of, 0. E. TVoodherry 53 422 *Keats, John, The Poetical Works of, With a Memoir, by Lord Houghton, T. S. Perry 40 117 Keats, The Poet, Al. F. Curtis 2 531 *Keats, Coleridge and, The Poetical Works of, With a Memoir of each, Eiverside Edition 45 483 Keatss Fame, On the Vicissitudes of, J. Severn 11 401 *Keel and Saddle (Joseph XV Re vere 31 107 Keeler, Ralph Three Years as a Negro Minstrel .24 71 The Tour of Europe for One Hundred and Eighty-one Dol- lars in Currency 26 92 *Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Alfred Dc Musset.. .26 379 *Miss Van Kortland 26 509 *Hammer and Anvil (Spielha gen) 26 636 Confessions of a Patent Medicine Man 26 641 *The History of Paraguay (Wash burn) 27 398 An Amateur Supes Story 32 77 Owen Browns Escape from Har pers Ferry 33 342 Keeler, Ralph, W. D. Huwells 33 366 *Kejser og Galiker (Henrik Ibsen), H. H. Bogesen 34 368 Kellogg, Day Otis The Pauper Question 51 638 Penury not Pauperism 53 771 Reformation of Charity 57 449 Ferdinand Lassalle, the Socialist .61 483 Kelly, Mr., on Mr. Linton 44 271 Kelly, Walter Dante and Beatrice 62 668 Kemble, Mrs. Frances Anne Some Notes on Shakespeare 6 288 Waking 36 91 Old Womans Gossip. .36 152, 282, 444, 583, 722 37 76, 198, 316, 450, 591, 711 38 32, 185, 330, 431, 602, 705 39 73, 209, 342, 432 *(Kemble, Frances Anne) Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 183839, G. W. Curtis 12 260 *Kembles Mrs., Memoirs, S. Kirk .50 421 Kennedy, John Pendleton A Legend of Maryland 6 29, 141 Kentuckians Share in the Coup d1~tat, A, Al. C. Pike 26 216 Kentucky Home, Old, An, P. B. Semple 60 32 Kentuckys Ghost, F. S. Phelps.... 22 624 Kenyon, James Benjamin Pan 55 653 Tacita 56 470 A Memory of Theocritus 58 598 Kepler, W. Szcinton 5 457 *K~ramos and Other Poems (II. W. Longfellow), 147. D. Howells.. .42 120 Khedive and his Court, The, C. Hale 37 513 *(Kidder, D. P., and Fletcher, J. C.) Brazil and the Brazihirns 1 123 Killed at the Ford, H. W. Lou afel low 17 479 Kimball, Harriet Mclwen The Poets Singing 6 207 120 Kimball Knight Kimball, James William Is the Religious Want of the Age met9 5358 A Dry-Goods Jobber in 1861 7 200 Kimball, Richard Burleigh The Man who never was Young... 7 320 Kindergarten What is it? E. P. Peabody .10 586 King, Clarence Active Glaciers within the United States 27 371 Mountaineering in the Sierra Ne- vada 27 602, 704 28 64, 207 Kaweahs Run 28 396 Wayside Pikes 28 564 Shasta 28 710 Bancrofts Native Races of the Pacific States 35 163 King, Mrs. Harriet B. Life in the Backwoods of Canada.33 283, 430 A Wedding in Muskoka 34 423 Cruise of the Rappahannock in Calais harbor 35 696 Our Last Year in the Backwoods of Canada 39 287 Old-Fashioned Ghost Stories. ... 40 461 Ghost Stories 43 286 King, Henry At Kawsmouth Station 44 155 King, Mary Alleen What they Said .. .40 675 King, Rufus The Pioneers of Ohio 62 559 King Cotton, The Reign of, C. F. Adams, Jr 7 451 King Cotton and his Gin, F. An- dree,s 40 188 Kingdom Coming, The, M. A. Dodge 17 81 Kingdom of Infancy, The, W. Mitchell 19 120 King James the First, Al. A. Dodge.16 701 *Kinglakes Invasion of the Crimea, G. E. Woodberry 62 131 King Lear, B. G. White 45 824 46 111 Kingman, Lucy Lion Llewellyn 4 561 We shall rise again 6 725 King Raedwald, H. 0. Cone 57 761 Kings Chapel, 0. W. Holmes 52 322w Kings Crowns and Fools Caps, J. G. Austin 22 428 *Kings Secret, The, Being the Secret Correspondence of Louis XV. with his Diplo.. matic Agents from 1752 to 1774 (Due de Broglie), T. S. 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Stockton. .36 699 Kirk, John Foster *A New History of the Conquest of Mexico (Wilson) 3 518, 633 Sainte-Beuve 17 432 *(Kirk, John Foster) The History of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy 12 789 Kirk, Sophia *Recent Volumes of Short Stories: Stories and Romances ; Adiron- dack Stories; hlephzibah Gum- ness; The Tragedy of the Un- expected and other Stories... .47 280 *Mrs. Kembles Memoirs 50 421 Wood-Fears 58 644 Robert Louis Stevenson 60 747 Pasture Herb and Meadow Swath.62 511 *Da,sdets LImmortel 62 711 A Flight in the Dark (with V. D. Scadder) 62 766 Kirke, Edmund, pseud. (See Gil- more, James Roberts) Kirkland, Mrs. Caroline Matilda Illinois in Spring-Time 2 475 Kirkland, Joseph An Experiment in Play-Writing .44 149 *Kismet (Julia Fletcher), & . P. Lathrop 39 500 Kitchen Common-Sense, The, J. E. Babson 31 78 Kittery Annies Dream, C. Tiiaxter.27 220 Kittery Churchyard, In, C. 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Field 17 385, 540, 684 *Landor, Walter Savage, Cameos selected from the Works of (E. C. Stedman and T. B. Aldrich, eds.), W. D. Howells. .33 368 *(Landor, Walter Savage) Imagi- nary Conversations: First and Second Series 39 119 Third and Fourth Series, H. E. Scudder 40 115 Fifth Series, II. E. Scudder.... 41 807 Land Policy, Our, C. W. Julian. ... 43 325 Landscape Art, P. Alcers 9 162 Landscape Chamber, The, S. 0. Jewett 60 603 Landscape Painter, A, H. James, Jr.17 182 Lang, George S. Counting and Measuring 5 129 Currency 14 109 Langdon, William Chauncy Victor Emmanuels Political Work 41 361 The Old Pope and the New 41 649 The Future of Harvard Divinity School 48 377 Recollections of Rome during the Italian Revolution.. .52 503, 658, 746 The Last Stand of the Italian Bourbons 54 663 An Experience on the Isle of Capri 59 241 Marco Miughetti 59 593 Langley, Samuel Pierpont Wintering on .ZEtna 46 38 Lanman, Charles The National Intelligencer and its Editors 6 470 Peter Piteblyna, Chief of the Choctaws 25 486 *Language, English, Lectures on the (G. P. Marsh), J. R. Lowell .5 508 *Langunge of Flowers, The (Miss Ildrewe, ed.) 18 646 Language of the Sea, The, W. Mitchell. . . .2 578 *Laocoon (Lessing; Ellen Frothing- ham, trans.) 33 750 *(Laprade, Victor de) Questions dArt et de Morale 9 524 *Lapsed but not Lost (Mrs. Charles), H. W. 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Morse, Jr. .44 805 *Law of Promissory Notes arid Bills of Exchange, A Treatise on the (Theophilus Parsons) 11 397 *Law of Property in Intellectual Productions in Great Britain and the United States, A Trea tise on the 44 269 126 Law Legend *Law of the Road, The (R. Vashon Rogers, Jr.), J. T. .illorse, Jr .44 805 *Law of the Territories, The, F. C. Hopicinson 6 243 Laws of Beauty, The, T. Hill 5 385 *Laws of Race, The, C. E. Norton.. 7 252 Laws Partiality to Married Women, The, F. G. Coo/c 58 311 Lawton, George W. Running at the Heads 16 342 Lawton, William Cranston The Parting of the Ways 48 770 The Underworld in Homer, Vir gil, and Dante 54 99 Ancient and Modern Greek 56 399 The Hippolytus of Euripides.... 59 356 Sonnet, with a version of Eurip ides Alcestis 59 649 The Alkestis of Euripides. .60 108, 245 In Athens 60 348 In Morte Immutabilitas 60 613 The Medea of Euripides 61 212 Carob Mortuo 61 295 The Prometheus of schylus.. .62 207, 333 My Fatherland 62 463 Layard, James Coulter Morphine 33 697 *Laymans Breviary, The (C. T. Brooks), T. W. Higginson.... 22 255 Lady of Thryin, The; or, The Ham- mer Recovered, A Norse Le- gend, C. P. Cranch 33 439 *Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece (John Stuart Blackie), G. P. Lathrop 47 858 Lazarus Martn, de Cullud Lieyer, W. W. Archer 59 479 *Lazy Mans Work, A (Frances Campbell Spnrhawk), H. E. Scudder 47 861 *(Lea, Henry Charles) An Histor- ical Sketch of Sacerdotal Celibacy in the Christian Church, H. James 20 378 *Superstition and Force, W. D. Ho?cells 19 253 *Medimval Inquisition, C. E. Woodherry 62 126 Leaders of Secession, Conversational Opinions of the, J. Coo/c 10 613 Leadville, To, H. 211. Jackson 43 567 Leaf from the American Magazine Literature of the Last Century, A, S. Batchelder, .Jr 5 429 Leamington Spa, N. Hawthorne. ... 10 451 Leap of Roushan Beg, The, H. W. Longfellow 41 30 Learned Lady de Gournay, The, M. D. Steele 61 328 Learning, H. B. Hudson 28 266 Leaves from an Officers Journal, T. W. Higginson 14 521, 740 15 65 *Leaves of Grass (Walt Whitman), C. P. Lathrop 49 124 Leaves on the Tide, H. Rich...... 36 406 Le Brun, Madame, H. W. Preston.. 45 703 *(Lecky, W. E. H.) History of the Rise and Influence of the Spirit of Rationalism in Eu- rope, H. James 17 248 *England in the Eighteenth Century, H. C. Lodge 50 412 Lecture, The Popular, J. C. Hol land 15 362 *Lecture Room Talks (Beecher), H. James 26 118 *Lectures and Reports on Education (Horace Mann), T. W. Higgin son 19 512 *Lectures, Essays, and Sermons (Samuel Johnson), J. W. Chad wick 51 848 *Led Horse Claim, The (Mary Hallock Foote), H. E. Scudder.52 118 *(Lee, Mrs. Eliza Buckminster) Parthenia, or the Last Days of Paganism, 0. W. Holmes 1 509 Lee, Mrs. E. R. The Deserted Cabin 44 211 Lee, L. E. A Night under Ground 7 30 Lee, Vernon, H. W. Preston 55 219 Left Behind, E. A. C. Akers 3 33 Left Out, C. P. Lathrop 39 43 Left Out, E. M. Thomas 59 468 Legend, A, M. A. Tincker 31 531 Legend Beautiful, The, H. W. Long fellow 28 657 *Legende of St. Gwendoline, Ye... 21 256 Legend of Ara-Celi, The, T. B. Aldrich 37 257 Legend of Inverawe, A, C. F. Gordon-Cumming 54 333 Legend of Jubal, The, C. Eliot 25 589 *Legend of Jubal, and other Poems (George Eliot), W. D. How- el/s 34 102 Legend of Maryland, A, J. P. Ken nedy 6 29, 141 Legend of Monte Del Diabbo, The, B. Harte 12 476 Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi, The, H. W. Lonqfellow 11 69 *Legend of St. Olafs Kirk, The (George W. W. Houghton), C. P. Lathrop ~l6 701 *The Same. Second Edition, C. P. Lathrop 49 123 Legend of St. Sophia, The, S. W. Paine 41 484 127 Legend Libert6 Legend of the Lake, A, J. G. W7dt-. tier 8 679 Legend of Walbach Tower, The, G. Houghton 51 375 *Legends and Lyrics (Paul H. Hayne), W. D. Howells 29 501 Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm von, F. H. Hedge 2 14 Leif Erikson, The Statue of, H. Van Brunt 57 813 Leighton, Mrs. Caroline Cushing Sylvan Station 52 110 *Leisure..Day Rhymes (John God- frey Saxe), U. P. Lathrop 36 495 *Leitfaden zur Geschichte der Deutschen Literatur (Heinrich Kurz) 27 525 Leland, Charles Godfrey De Spiridione Episcopo 17 454 *East of the Jordan, and other Books of Travel: East of the Jordan; Spain and the Span- iards ; How I crossed Africa from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean; Norsk, Lapp, and Finn; To the Central African Lakes and Back 48 832 The Edda among the Algonquin Indians. 54 222 *(Leland, Charles Godfrey) Sun- shine in Thought, E. P. Whipple 11 786 *The Gypsies, C. P. Lathrop. .50 416 Leonard, Mary Hall Southwestern Kansas seen with Eastern Eyes 56 101 LEnvoi, written on the Fly-Leaf of a Reprint of some Early Poems, T. B. Aldrich 32 655 Leonowens, Mrs. Anna Henrietta The English Governess at the Siamese Court 25 396~ 554, 730 26 144 The Favorite of the Harem 30 335 L ore, the Slave of a Siamese Queen 30 462 Lepages Joan of Arc, H. 0. Cone .53 55 Lepanto, The Battle of, W. H. Pres cott 1 138 *(Leslie, Charles Robert) Autobio- graphical Recollections, J. B. Lowell 6 373 *Lespinasse, Mademoiselle de, Let- tres de, T. S. Perry 39 246 * Less Black than we re Painted (James Payn), H. W. Preston .42 702 *Lessing (James Sime), T. S. Per- ry *Lessing, The Life and Work of (E. P. Evans, trans.), F. H. Hedge - . . 19 378 *Lessings Nathan the Wise (Ellen Frothingham, trans.), 0. B. Frothinyharn 21 250 Lesson in a Picture, A, S. M. B. Piatt 44 369 *Lessons in Life (Holland) 9 271 Lesurques, Joseph, The Story of, S. E. Turner 51 197 Letter, The (Edward Rowland Sill, died February 27, 1887), T. B. Aldrich 59 694 Letter about England, A, J. Weiss .15 641 *Letters and Social Aims (R. W. Emerson), G. P. Lathrop 38 240 *Letters from High Latitudes (Earl Dufferin) 31 109 *Letters of a Sentimental Idler (H. H. Leech) 23 648 *Letters of Felix Mendelssohn-Bar- tholdy, W. L. Gage 15 126 *Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne, The, T. B. Aldrich.. .41 802 *Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and Madame de S~vign~ (Mrs. Hale, ed.), W. D. Ifowells 23 518 *Letters to Various Persons (Henry D. Thoreau), T. W. Iligginson .16 504 Letter to a Dyspeptic, A, I. W. Higginson 3 465 Letter to a Peace Democrat, Ad- dressed to Andrew Jackson Brown, P. Wayland, Jr 12 776 Letter to a Silent Friend, W. Sils bee 16 221 Letter to a Young Contributor, T. W. Higginson 9 401 Letter to a Young Housekeeper, C. P. Hawes 16 535 Letter-Writing, A. S. Hill 2 43 *Lett.res ~ une Inconnue (Prosper M~rim& ), I. S. Perry 33 500 *Lettres ~ une autre Inconnue (Prosper M~rim~e), T. S. Per ry 36503 Let us be Cheerful, E. L. Linton... 25 694 *Letzte Gedichte und Gedanken (Heinrich Ileine) 27 525 *Letzte Reckeublirgerin, Die (Louise von Fran~ois), 2. S. Perry. . . .35 246 *Levana; or, the Doctrine of Edu- cation (Jean Paul Friedrich Richter), J. P. Quincy 12 533 Lewis, Dio The New Gymnastics 10 129 Weak Lungs and how to make them Strong ... 11 657 Lexington, 1775, J. C. Whittier... .35 575 Libby, Annie Maria Hidden Forces 57 448 *Libert~, La (Emile de Girardin).. .1 254 128 Libel Lily Libel and its Legal Remedy, E. L. Godkiu 46 729 *Liber Amoris (Carpenter), G. E. Woodberry 59 416 Liberal Education, A, E. J. Lowell .61 89 *Libraire de LArt, W. D. Howells .39 377 Librarians Story, The, F. B. Per kins 1 397 Librarians Work, A, J. Fiske 38 480 Libraries, The Visible and Invisible in, A. M. Waterston 16 525 *Library Notes (A. P. Russell), W. D. Howells 36 753 *Library of American Literature, A, Vols. 1.Ill., G. E. Wood- berry 62 419 *Library of Old Authors, J. B. Lowell 1 760, 883 ; 2 119 Lida Ann, An Adirondack Sketch, P. Deming 33 28 *Liebe, Miss, W. F. Apthorp 31 506 Lieber, Francis A Plea for the Fijians 3 342 *Lieber, Francis, The Life and Let- ters of (Thomas Sergeant Perry), H. E. Scudder 51 543 Lieber, Guido Norman Who was Casper Hauser ? 7 62 *Lieder des liThs, Die (Ilermana Brockhaus), E. P. Evans 53 309 Liernurs Pneumatic System of Sew- erage, G. E. Waring, Jr 37 482 Life, S. E. Craw. 51 610 *Life and Adventures of a Quaker among the Indians, The (Thomas C. Battey), T. S. Perry 37 497 Life and Death, S. M. B. Piatt. . . .43 183 *Life and Death, Sonnets (G. Me- Knight) 43 409 *Life and Death of Jason, The (Morris) 20 640 *Life and Death of John of Barne- veldt, The (Motley), T. S. Perry 35 364 *Life and Liberty in America (C. Mackay), E. Quincy ... .4 379 *Life and Literature in the Father- land (John F. Hurst) 35 245 Life and the Dream of Life, J. Trowbridge 49 362 Life and XVork of the Eastern Farmer, C. E. Waring, Jr.. . .39 584. Life Assurance.. ... 18 308 Life at a little Court, M. C. Pike. .44 478 *Life beneath the Waters ; or the Aquarium in America (Ed xvards) 2 509 Life Beyond, C. P. Cranch..... ... 57 644 Life in Old Siena, E. D. B. Bian ciardi 51 782 Life in St. Petersburg, E. Noble... 56 825 *Life in the Argentine Republic (Sarmiento; Mary Mann, trans.), W. D. Howells. 22 374 Life in the Backwoods of Canada, H. B. King 33 283, 430 Life in the Brick Moon, E. E. Hale 25 215 Life in the Iron Mills, B. B. Hard rng 7 430 Life in the Open Air, T. Winthrop .10 203, 293, 526, 678 Life of Birds, The, T. W. H~ggin son 10 368 *Life of Christ, The (Frederic W. Farrar), F. D. Huntingtou. .. .34 488 *Life on the Mississippi (Mark Twain), C. P. Lathrop 52 406 Life on the Sea Islands, C. L. For- ten 13 587, 666 Life Saving as a Business D Lty, W. F. C. Shanks 24 731 Lifes Year, K. P. Osgood .. .34 526 Life under Glass, G. A. Shove 31 329 *Life Without and Life Within (Margaret Fuller Ossoli) 5 507 Life without Principle, H. D. Tho reau 12 484 *Life Worth Living, A (L. W. Bacon), W. D. Howells 44 125 *Liffith Lank, or Lunacy (C. H. Webb) 20 123 Light and Dark, J. Weiss 11 717 Light and Darkness, J. Fiske 28 641 Light Literature, D. A. Wasson 9 86 *Light Literature of Travel Jap- anese Episodes; A Pickwickian Pilgrimage; Country By-Ways, H. E. Scudder 49 419 Lightning and Lightning-Rods, J. Trowbridge 36 38 *Light of Asia, The, and other Poetry: The Light of Asia; The Poetical Works of Bay- ard Taylor; Friar Anselmo and other Poems; Along the Way; Midsummer Dreams; All Quiet Along the Potomac and other Poems; Idylls and Poems; Briefs by a Barrister; Alpine Flowers and other Poems, C. P. Lathrop 45 836 *Light Science for Leisure Hours (Richard A. Proctor), J. Fiske .29 252 Lights of the English Lake District, II. Martineau 7 541 *Like unto Like (Sherwood Boa- ncr), H. W. Preston 42 705 Liliput Province, A, W. W. Reade.20 247 Lily of Strath-Farrar, T. W. Par sons 52 400 129 Limited Literature Limited Sovereignty in the United States 43 184 *Limits of Education, Address on the (Jacob Bigelow), J. F. Clarke 17 251 Lina, A. Harrison 14 538 Lincoln, Abraham, Summer, 1865, H. H. Brownell 16 491 Lincoln, Abraham, The Place of, in History, G. Bancroft 15 757 *Lincoln, Abraham, Marshalls Por- trait of, W. B. Emerson 18 643 *Liiicoln, Abraham, Reminiscences by Distinguished Men of his Time, U. E. Woodberry 58 556 *Lincoln, Abraham, Six Months at the White House with (F. B. Carpenter) 18 644 ~ Abran, Vida de (D. F. Sarmiento), E. P. Peabody.... 17 252 Lincoln in 1864, The Opposition to, U. Welles 41 366 *Lincoln, Life of (Ward H. Lamon), W. D. Howells 30 364 Lincolns Plans of Reconstruction, A Bit of Secret History, A. B. Magruder 37 21 Lincolns Triumph in 1864, U. Welles 41 454 Lincoln, David Francis *Puhlic Health 36 628 Lines Written under a Portrait of Theodore Winthrop 9 606 Linguistic Palmontology, E. P. Evens 53 613 Links of Chance, The, E. B. Sill.. .58 575 Linton, Mrs. Ethel Lynn The Channel Islands 25 534 Let us beCheerful 25 694 An Old Friend with a New Face 30 316 An Old English Home 32 47 Linton, William James Art in Engraving on Wood 43 705 *Lintons History of Wood-Engrav- ing, G. E. Woodberry 51 260 Lion Liewellyn, L. Kin qman 4 561 Lippincott, Mrs. Sara Jane (Grace Greenwood, pseud.) Zelmas Vow 4 73, 327 The Story of some Bells 29 584 Lippitt, Francis J. Popes Virginia Campaign, and Porters Part in it 42 349 Liscomb, William Shields The Mutilation of Ancient Texts .52 516 The Twilight of Greek and Ro man Sculpture 54 163 The Migrations of the Gods 54 520 The Quest for the Grail of An cient Art 55 200 Listening, H. P. Spofford ... .34 440 Liszt, In Weimar with, A. Fay. .. .33 417 Litchfield, Grace Denio To a Hurt Child 52 210 An American Flirtation 54 829 *Literary and Philological Manuals: History of the tnglish Lan- guage; A Manual of English Literature; Afternoon with the Poets ; American Poems Origin, Progress, and Destiny of the English Language and Literature; Dictionary of Eng- lish Literature; English Syn- onymes, explained in Alpha- betical Order, H. E. Scudder and W. D. Howells 45 355 *Literary and Social Judgments (W. R. Greg), T. S. Perry.... 33 239 Literary Aspects of the Romantic School, H. H. Boyesen 37 607 Literary Athlete, A, E. F. Hay ward 58 456 Literary Career in France, The, T. Child 61 771 *Literary Criticism, Essays in (Hut- ton), U. P. Lathrop 39 246 Literary Gourmand, A, E. Benson. .23 15 Literary Life in Paris, J. D. Osborn.12 685 14 200, 292 *Literary Life of James K. Pauld- ing, The (William I. Pauld- ing), W. D. Howells 20 124 *Literary London; Literary Land- marks of London; Greater London, H. E. Scudder 56 277 Literary Nightmare, A, S. L. Clem ens ..... 37 167 *Literary Worthy, A (Dobsons Steele), U. E. Woodberry 59 127 *Literaturhilder, Darstellungen deutscher Literatur aus den Werken der vorziiglichsten Literarhistoriker (Schaefer)... .9 655 Literature, About Magnanimous Incident, S. L. Clemens .41 615 *Literature, American, Vol. I. (Richardson), U. E. Wood 1)erry 59 847 *Literature, Recent Light: The Midge; Old Salem, H. E. Scudder 58 267 *Literatnre and Dogma (Matthew Arnold), H. W. Preston 32 108 *Literature and its Professors (Thomas Parnell), W. D. How ells .20 254 Literature as an Art, T. W. Higyin son 20 745 *Literature for Schools: American Prose ; Ballads and Lyrics 130 Literature Lohengrin Masterpieces of English Liter- ature, W. D. Howells 46 134 *Literature in Letters (James Hol combe) 17 650 Literature in the Public Schools, H. E. Scudder 62 223 *Literatur und Geselisehaft in Frankreich zur Zeit der Revo- lution 17891794 (Ferdinand Lotheissen), T~ S. Perry 30 749 T. S. Perry 36 371 *Litt~rature Fran~aise des Origines an XVII Sii~cle, La (Paul Al- bert), T. S. Perry 30 245 Little Ben, H. P. Spofford. 26 309 *Little Brown House, and the Chil- dren who lived in It, The, (Mrs. D. P. Sanford), Z. F. Peirce 41 138 Little Captain Trott, H. B. Stowe. .23 300 Little Country Girl, The, A. M. Diaz 14 212 Little Fountain of Sakanoshita, E. H. House 32 540 Little Guinever, A. Fields 29 730 Little Land of Appeuzell, The, B. Taylor 20 213 *Little Pilgrim, A (M. 0. W. Oliphant), H. E. Scudder 53 136 *Little Pitchers (Sophie May), H. E. Scudder 43 124 Little Tour in France, A, H. James, Jr 41 67 Lityerses and the Reapers, E. .1!. Thomas 51 196 *Lives of the Novelists, The (Sir Walter Scott) 31 109 *Living Faith, A (G. S. Merriam) .39 378 *Livingstone, David, The Last Jour- nals of, in Central Africa (H. Waller), T. S. Perry 35 626 *Livingstone, David, The Personal Life of (W. G. Blaikie), G. E. Woodherry 48 411 Living in London, R. G. White... .43 506 *Livy (W. L. Collins, ed.) 38 509 *Liza (Ivan S. Turg~nieff; W. R. S. Ralston, trans.), W. D. Howells 31 239 Lizzie Griswolds Thanksgiving, R. Terry 3 2,82 Llanero, El, W. F. Mayer 3 174 Lloyd, Henry Demarest The Home Life of Salmon Port land Chase 32 526 Story of a Great Monopoly 47 317 The Political Economy of Seven- ty-Three Million Dollars 50 69 Lobby, The: Its Cause and Cure, A. C. Sedywick 41 512 131 *Locksley Hall Sixty Years After, etc. (Tennyson), C. E. Wood- berry 59 705 Lockwood, Henry Clay The Capture of Fort Fisher .27 622, 684 Locomotive, The, C. P. Cranch... .43 617 *Locusts and Wild Honey (John Burroughs), W. D. Howells.... 44 123 Lodge, Henry Cabot Timothy Pickering 4]. 739 *Tlie Rise and Fall of the Con federate Government 48 405 Daniel Webster 49 228 *Von Holsts Constitutional His- tory of the United States 49 277 *Two Biographical Studies: Noah Webster; John Quincy Adams .49 554 Naval Courts Martial and the Pardoning Power 50 43 *Von Holsts Calhoun 50 268 *Bancrofts History of the Con stitution 50 274 *Leckys England in the Eight eenth Century 50 412 *Andrew Jackson and John Ran dolph 51 131 *A Frenchman in the United States in 1840 51 270 *A Frenchman in the United States in 1881 51 556 Colonialism in the United States .51 612 *JohnA Dix 52 271 *James Buchanan 52 707 *The Confederate Cruisers 53 260 *Julians Political Recollections. .53 560 William H. Seward 53 682 *Tlie Hessians in the Revolu- tion 53 855 *The Question of Ships 53 859 *The Huguenot Emigration to America 55 843 *A Chat in the Saddle 56 132 *The Hunting Trips of a Ranch- man (Roosevelt) 56 563 Gouverneur Morris 57 433 *Life and Letters of Joel Barlow (Todd) 58 275 *Doyles History of the New England Colonies 61 274 *(Lodge, Henry Cabot) Studies in History, J. 7. Morse, Jr.. . .54 271 *Sketeh of Hamilton, H. E. Scudder 50 125 *Daniel Webster, T. W. Hig ginson 52 570 Logic of Marriage and Murder, The, H. James 25 744 Log-Rolling at Washington, J. Par- ton ......... ... 24361 *Lohengrin by the Strakosch Troupe, W. F. Apthorp 35 378 Loiterings *Loiterings in Pleasant Paths (Marion Harland), T. S. Perry .46 269 *Loki, E. Robins 49 304 *London, Letter from, W. F. Ap thorp 32 120 *London, Literary Landmarks of (Hutton), H. E. Scudder 56 278 London, Memories of, W. J. Still- man 57 601 London Forty Years Ago. From the Memoranda of a Traveller, J. Neal 18 224 *London Lyrics (Locker) 26 510 London Pictures and London Plays, H. James 50 253 London Streets, R. G. White 43 230 London Suburb, A, N. Hawthorne. .11 306 *London Wagner Society, Concert of the, W. F. Apthorp 32 379 London Working-Mens College, The, E. E. Hale 8 30 Lonely House, A, L. D. Umsted 7 40 Lone Woman, Adventures of a, I. C. Austin 15 385 Lone Womans Trip to Omaha and Beyond, A, M. E. A. C. Brown.24 327 Long Days, The, W. D. Howells. . .33 663 Long Dream, A, W. W. Harney... 47 108 Longest Death Watch, The, S. M. B. Piatt .36 140 Longfellow, Charles Up the Grand Canal of China.. .34 340 Longfellow, Ernest Wadsworth Reminiscences of Thomas Cou ture 52 233 *Longfellows, Ernest, Pictures, Exhibition and Sale of, F. D. Millet 37 507 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Santa Filomena 1 22 The Golden Mile-Stone 1 174 Catawba Wine 1 270 Daylight and Moonlight 1 401 Daybreak 1 445 Sandalphon 1 744 The Discoverer of the North Cape.2 357 Enceladus 4 220 The Childrens Hour 6 354 Paul Reveres Ride 7 27 The Cumberland 10 669 The Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi. .11 69 The Wraith of Odin 12 16 Weariness 12 55~6 Something left Undone 12 637 The Birds of Killingworth 12 680 Three Cantos of Dantes Para diso 13 47 The Kalif of Baldacca (Kambalu).13 664 Palingenesis 14 19 Concord, May 23, 1864 14 169 The Bridge of Cloud ... .14 283 132 Longfellow On Translating the Divina Coin- media 14 688 The Wind over the Chimney.... 15 7 Nbel 16 446 The Bells of Lynn 17 47 Killed at the Ford 17 479 To-morrow 17 552 Giottos Tower 17 724 On Translating the Divina Coin- media 18 11, 273, 544 The Alarm Bell of Atri 26 1 A Handful of Translations 26 359 The Fugitive 27 15 Vox Populi 27 572 The Boy and the Brook 28 20 The Legend Beautiful 28 657 Lady Wentworth 29 1 The Baron of St. Castine 29 332 The Ballad of Carmilhan 29 389 Scanderbeg 31 618 The Rhyme of Sir Christopher. .32 332 Cadenabbia 34 662 The Old Bridge at Florence 35 15 Charles Summer 35 25 Monte Cassino 35 161 Amalfi 35 513 The Herons of Elmwood 39 18 A Dutch Picture 39 176 A Rosary of Sonnets: Nature In the Churchyard at Tarry- town; Eliots Oak; The De- scent of the Muses ; Venice . .39 293 A Ballad of the French Flect. . . .39 446 Castles in Spain 39 601 Wapentake; to Alfred Tenny son 40 731 The Leap of Roushan Beg 41 30 Song: Stay, stay at home, my heart and rest 41 235 Another Rosary of Sonnets : The Two Rivers; St. Johns, Cam- bridge; The Broken Oar .... 41 286 The White Czar 41 365 The Chamber over the Gate 43 368 The Burial of the Poet 43 517 Helen of Tyre 45 252 The Poet and his Songs 45 805 Auf Wiedersehen ; in Memory of J. T. F 47 876 Mad River 49 59~ Decoration Day 49 807 The Bells of San Blas 50 42 Michael Angelo 51 1, 145, 289 Longfellow, G. W. Curtis 12 769 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 0. B. Frothingham 49 819 *Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, The Poetical Works of, Illus- trated. Parts I., II., and III. .43 816 *The same, complete, F. .D. Millet 47 109 Longfellow Louis *Longfellow, Henry W., The Com- plete Prose Works and Later Poems of, Illustrated, H. E. Scudder 52 827 *Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Life of (Longfellow), H. E. Scudder 57 702 Longfellow, Mr., and the Artists: The Complete Prose Works and Later Poems of Henry W. Longfellow ; Twenty Poems from Henry Wadsworth Long- fellow ; Michael Angelo, H. E. Scudder 52 826 Longfellows Art, H. E. Scudder. . .59 398 Longfellows, Mr., Death, Note on .49 720 *(Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth) Aftermath, W. D. Howells. .32 622 *K~ramos and other Poems, W. D. [lowells 42 120 *The Courtship of Miles Stand- ish, J. II. Lowell 3 129 *The Divine Tragedy, W. D. Howells 29 237 *The Hanging of the Crane, W. D. Howells 34 745 *The Masque of Pandora and other Poems, W. D. Howells.37 109 *The New England Tragedies, JV. D. Howells 23 132 *The Skeleton in Armor 39 111 *Three Books of Song, 147. D. Howells 30 110 *Ultima Thule, G. P. Lathrop .46 701 *Longfellows Evangeline (F. 0. C. Darley, Illustrated), C. E. Woodberry 50 848 Longfellows Translation of Dantes Divina Commedia, C. W. Greene 20 188 Longfellow, Samuel November April 2 177 *Oriental Religions and their Relations to Universal Religion; China (S. Johnson) 41 397 Longfellow, William Pitt Preble *The New Architecture in the Burnt District 33 119 *Portfolio Club Exhibition 33 507 *The Heliotype Process 33 508 *Sale of Pictures by Hunt, Smith, and Robinson 33 62~9 *Fergussons Architecture 34 243 *The Story of a House (Viollet le-Duc 35 119 *Homes and how to make them (Gardner) 35 121 *The Portfolio (Hamerton, ed.) .35 630 *The Exhibition of the Boston Society of Architects. ..... ... 36 124 *Talks on Art (Hunt) 36 249 *Illustrated Homes (Gardner).. .36 760 *Old New York from the Battery to Bloomingdale 36 761 *Modern Dwellings in Town and Country 42 380 *Handbook of Ceramic Art 42 383 *Pottery: How it is made 42 383 The Washington Monument and Mr. Storys Design 43 524 *A Students Library of Art: Bibliothl~que de lEnseignment des Beaux Arts; Histoire de la Peinture Hollondaise; Man- uel dArch~ologie Grecque; La Mosaique; Pr~cis dAnatomie ~ lUsage des Artiste 50 118 Longing of Circe, C. Mann 47 489 Look Ahead, A, E. V. Smalley... 47 103 *Looking Backward (Bellamy), H. E. Scudder 61 845 Looking for Pearls, J. T. Fields. ... 27 287 *Looking toward Sunset (L. Maria Child), T. W. Higginson 15 255 Loo Loo; a few Scenes from a True History, L. M. Child... 1 801; 2 32 Lord, Augustus lVlendon Boating 54 519 *Lord of Himself (F. H. Under- wood), W. D. Howells 34 362 Lords-Day Gale, The, B. C. Sted man 33 402 *Lord Stirlings Stand, and other Poems (W. H. Babcock), & . P. Lathrop 47 430 Lore, the Slave of a Siamese Queen, A. H. Leonowens 30 462 Loring, Frederic Wadsworth In the Old Churchyard at Freder icksburg 26 273 Roundel 27 431 Lost, P. Deming 31 218 *Lost and Found, The (S. B. Halli day) 5 119 Lost and Found, H. P. Spofford. . .22 243 Lost Art, T. B. Aldrich 25 525 Lost at Sea. Some Verses written one Christmas Morning, T. B. Aldrich 35 55 Lost Beliefs, W. D. Howells 5 486 Lost Earl, The, J. T. Trowbridge. .61 46 Lost Genius, The, J. J. Piatt 20 228 Lost Gods, The, F. L. Gardner 45 741 Lost Lover, A, S. 0. Jewett 41 303 Lost Occasion, The, J. G. Whit tmer 45 448 *Lothair (Disraeli), H. James, Jr. .26 249 *Louisiana (Frances Hodgson Bur- nett), H. B. Scudder 46 414 Louis, Alfred H. On Leucadia when Sappho was young 31 428 133 Louis Lowell Howells 10 534 Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford Fictitious Lives of Chaucer. .40 269, 592 *The School of Shakspere 42 517 *Love (Michelet), 0. W. Holmes.... 4 391 Love and Death, C. F. Bates 49 329 Love and Self-Love, L. Al. Alcott.. .5 298 Love and Skates, T. Winthrop... 9 70, 223 Love in May, A. R. Annan 40 48 Love in Mount Lebanon, J. W. De Forest 23 228 *Love in the Nineteenth Century (Harriet W. Preston), W. D. Howells 32 375 *Love is Enough (William Morris), W. D. Howells 31 359 Love-Letter, A, B. G. Hosmer 28 440 *Love Me Little, Love Me Long (Charles Reade) 4 129 *Love Poems and Sonnets (Gwen Jansly), G. P. Lathrop 49 552 Lovering, Frederick Alexander Calico Printing in France 22 591 Lovers Conscience, A, P. Deming. .62 633 *Lovers Tale, The (Tennyson), W. D. Howells 44 268 Loves, J. C. Marsh 43 716 *Loves and Heroines of the Poets (Stoddard), J. R. Lowell 6 761 Loves Challenge, T. W. Parsons. .12 251 Loves Dread, W. R. Thayer 56 707 Loves of Alouzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton, The, S. L. Clemens 41 320 Loves Opportunity, S. W. Weitzel.51 493 Loves Queen, W. Winter 22 475 Loves Reward, F. W. Bourdillon. .36 356 Loves Solitude and Society, B. Al. Thomas 58 555 Loving-Cup Song, A, 0. W. Holmes.51 349 Lowe, Mrs. Martha Perry To Carolina Coronado 15 698 Lowell, Abbott Lawrence Ministerial Responsibility and the Constitution 57 180 The Theory of the Social Com pact 59 750 Lowell, Edward Jackson A Liberal Education 61 89 Lowell, James Russell The Origin of Didactic Poetry... .1 110 Sonnet The Maple puts her Corals on in May 1 120 *The Round Table 1 121 My Portrait Gallery 1 249 B~ranger (Translation of Sainte- Beuve) 1 469 The Nest 1 523 *Beatrice Cenci (Guerrazzi) 1 638 Happiness 1 685 134 Mi~. Biidianan1s .A.dminstraLon 1 754760 *Library of Old Authors (Smith). .1 760, 883 Epigram on J. M 1 846 Beatrice 2 58 Shipwreck 2 101 *Dran~atic Works of John Webster in Library of Old Authors 2 119 The American Tract Society 2 246 The Trustees Lament 2 370 The Pocket Celebration of the Fourth 2 374 The Dead House 2 618 A Sample of Consistency 2 750 Whites Shakespeare...... 3 111, 241 *The Courtship of Miles Stand ish 3129 *Bitter..Sweet 3 651 *Dictionary of Authors (Allibone) .3 775 ~Bibliographical Guide to Ameri- can Literature (Triibner) 3 775 *Index to Catalogue of Boston City Library 3 777 *To Cuba and Back (R. H. Dana, Jr.) 4 132 *Memoir of Theophilus Parsons, by his Son 4 132 *The New and the Old (Palnmr). .4 383 *Up and Down the Irawaddi (Palmer) 4 383 *Country Lifc (Copeland) 4 384 *Dictionary of Americanisms, and other Works on Language 4 638 *History and Description of New England, General and Local (Coolidge and Mansfield) 4 645 *Reply to the Statement of the Trustees of the Dudley Observ atory (B. A. Gould), Jr.) 4 650 Italy, 1859 4 738 *Forty..Four Years of the Life of a Hunter, being Reminiscences of Meshach Browning 4 770 *Ten Years of Preacher-Life (Mil burn) 4 770 A First Lesson in Natural His- tory (Actasa) 4 773 *Sir Rohans Ghost 5 252 To the Muse 5 310 *Lectures on the English Lan- guage (Marsh) 5 508 *The Marble Faun (Hawthorne). .5 509 *Poems by Two Friends 5 510 *Notes of Travel and Study in Italy (Norton) .. .5 629 *American Dictionary of the English Language (Webster). .5 631 *A Dictionary of the English Language (Worcester) 5 631 *Dies Iras (Coles) .5 752 Lowell Lowell *A Voyage down the Amoor (Collins) 5 757 *Fresh Hearts that failed Three Thousand Years ago 5 759 *The New Tariff Bill 6 124 A Dictionary of English Etymol- ogy (Wedgwood) 6 248 *Autobiographical Recollections (Leslie) 6 373 *The Old Battle-Ground (Trow- bridge) 6 376 July reviewed by September (with W. B. Rogers) ... . .6 378 The Election in November 6 492 *Mr. Jarvess Collection 6 509 A Journey in the Back Country (Olinstead) 6 635 ~ Ballads and Poems (Whit tier) 6 637 A Plea for Freedom from Speech and Figures of Speech-Makers. .6 740 A Forest Hymn (Bryant) 6 761 *Loves and Heroines of the Poets (Stoddard) 6 761 *Folk Songs (Palmer) 6 761 *Ancient Danish Ballads (Prior). .7 124 *Edinburgh Papers (Chambers). .7 125 *Miss Gilberts Career 7 125 E Pluribus Unum 7 235 *Conduct of Life (Emerson)..... 7 254 *Life of Andrew Jackson (Par ton) 7 381 *Poems (Rose Terry) 7 382 *Elsie Venner 7 509 The Pickens-and-Stealins Rebel- lion 7 757 The Question of the Hour 7 117 Ode to Happiness 8 365 The Washers of the Shroud 8 641 Self-Possession vs. Prepossession. .8 761 Birdofredum Sawin, Esq., to Mr. Hosea Biglow 9 126, 385 *Lectures on the Science of Lan guage (\Thllcr) 9 140 *On Translating Homer (Arnold) .9 142 *Homeric Translation in Theory and Practice (Newman) 9 142 Mason and Slidell: A Yankee Idyl 9 259 A Message of Jeff Davis in Se cret Session 9 512 Speech of Honbie Preserved Doe in Secret Caucus 9 641, Sunthin in the Pastoral Line 9 790 In the Half-Way House 11 26 Latest Views of Mr. Biglow 11 260 *My Diary, North and South (Russell) 11 391 *Roba di Roma (Story) . . 11 515 Two Scenes from the Life of Blondel 12 576 135 Memorke Positum, R. G. S 13 88 The Black Preacher 13 465 On Board the Seventy-Six 15 107 Mr. Hosea Biglow to the Editor of the Atlantic Monthly. ... 15 501 Gold Egg a Dream Fantasy... 15 528 Ode Recited at the Harvard Com memoration 16 364 Mr. Hosea Biglows Speech in March Meeting 17 635 To J. B. on sending me a seven- pound trout 18 47 The Miner 18 158 Fitz Adams Story 19 17 A Familiar Epistle to a Friend. .19 488 An Ember Picture 20 99 The Nightingale in the Study.. .20 323 A Great Public Character 20 618 In the Twilight 21 96 After the Burial 21 627 A June Idyl 21 754 The Footpath 22 252 The Flying Dutchman 23 27 On a Certain Condescension in Foreigners 23 82 The Cathedral 25 1 A Virginian in New England Thirty-Five Years ago 26 162, 333, 482, 739 27 673 Agassiz 33 586 Sonnet to F. A 35 560 Ode read at the Concord Centen nial 35 730 Sonnets from over Sea 36 37 Under the Great Elm 36 221 The Dancing Bear 36 329 An Ode for the Fourth of July, 1876 38 740 Birthday Verses 39 60 Nightwatches 40 93 Oration in Sanders Theatre on the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of Harvard Universary 58 Sup. 1 Credidimus Jovem Regnare 59 246 Fancy or Fact ? 59 289 The Secret 61 95 Endymion: a Mystical Comment on Titians Sacred and Pro fane Love 61 261 Turners Old Tt~m~raire: under a Figure symbolizing the Church 61 482 *(Lowell, James Russell) Among My Books, First Series, W. D. Howells 25 757 *Among My Books, Second Series, W. D. Howells 37 493 *My Study Windows, W. D. Howells 27 778 Lowell McKaye *The Biglow Papers, Second Series, W. D. Howells 19 123 *The Courtin 33 235 *The Poetical Works, W. D. Howells 39 93 *Three Memorial Poems, W. D. Howells 39 374 *Under the Willows, and other Poems, W. D. Howells 23 262 *Lowells Addresses (Democracy and other Addresses), G. E. Woodberry 59 257 *Lowells, Mr., New Poems (Hearts- ease and Rue), G. E. Wood- berry 61 557 *Lowells, Mr., Politics (Political Essays), H. E. Scudder 62 274 Lowell, James Russell, To, 0. W. Holmes 56 263 Lowell, Percival A Korean Coup d~tat 58 599 The Soul of the Far East... 60 405, 515, 614, 836 Lowell, Robert Traill Spence The Relief of Lucknow 1 483 A Raft that no Man made 9 365 *(Lowell, Robert Traill Spence) Fresh Hearts that failed Three Thousand Years ago, J. R. Lowell 5 759 Low Tide on Grand Pr~, B. Car- men 59 313 *Loyalists of the American Revolu- tion, Biographical Sketches of (Lorenzo Sahine), 0. E. Ellis .15 123 Loyal Womans No, A, L. Larcom. .12 726 Lucca in Opera, W. F. Apthorp.... 31 374 *Lucca, Madame, W. F. Aptkorp. .33 124 *Lucile (Owen Meredith), illus- trated, H. E. Scudder 49 132 Lucknow, The Relief of, R. T. S. Lowell 1 483 Luck of Abel Steadman, The, R. B. Harding 16 331 *Limck of Roaring Camp, The (Bret Harte), W. D. Howells 25 633 Lucys Letters, A. Brewste, 17 64 Ludlow, Fitz Hugh Among the Mormons 13 479 Seven Weeks in the Great Yo- Semite 13 739 On Horseback into Oregon 14 75 Through Tickets to San Francisco.14 601 On the Columbia River 14 703 The American Metropolis 15 73 *Zenobia (Harriet Hosmer) 15 248 If Massa put Guns into our Hans 15 504 *(Ludwig, Otto) Thiiringer Na- turen, Charakter-nnd Sitten- bilder in Erzahlungen 1 255 Liiders, Charles Henry A Boutonnk~re 58 462 Liitzen, At, J. K. Flosmer 37 415 Luigi, The true Story of, H. E. Prescott 14 411 Lumberwoman, A, .11. B. Harris... 25 424 *Luminiferous Ether, J. Fiske.... 31 122 Lummis, Charles Fletcher Glints of Nahaut 52 186 *Luser the Watchmaker (Adolf Moses), 0. P. Lathrop 51 413 Luther and his Work, F. II. Hedge.52 805 Luyster, Isaphene M. Madame R~camier 14 446 Lyman, Henry Munson Time Discovery of Peruvian Bark .53 334 *Lyrics and Sonnets (B. M. Thomas), H. E. Scudder 61 420 Lyrics of the Street, J. W. Howe. I. The Telegram 9 555 II. The Wedding 10 98 III. The Charitable Visitor .10 720 IV. The Fine Lady 11 119 V. The Darkened House. .11 372 VI. Play . . 12 380 *Mahel Martin (Whittier), C. P. Laihrop 36 748 Ma Blonde aux Yeux Noirs, A. Alling 37 689 Macarms the Monk, J. B. OReilly .36 672 McCarthy, Justin Some English Workingmen 26 458 *McClellan, General (McClellans Own Story), J. C. Ropes 59 546 McClurg, Alexander Caidwell The Last Chance of the Confed- eracy 50 389 Mace, Mrs. Frances Laughton The Seven Days 47 359 Tears cf Isis 50 361 Persepolis 52 469 How Glooskap brought the Sum- mer 56 661 On Whittiers Eightieth Birthday.61 171 McElroy, William Henry An Old War Horse to a Young Politician 45 761; 53 780 McIntyres False Face, W. H. Bishop 45 600 Machray, Robert Two Halves of a Life 56 806 *(Mackay, Charles) Life and Liberty in America, E. Quincey 4 379 McKay, James Thompson Larcoms Little Chap 33 655 The Thunder Cloud 54 234 McKaye, Maria Ellery Beaumarcimais 50 639 The Port Royal of Mbre Angel- moime 56 157 Mackenzie Man Mackenzie, Alexander *The Reformation (Fisher) 32 107 Washirigton in Cambridge .36 92 *A Dictionary of Religious Knowledge (Abbott and Conant).36 112 Mackintosh, Henry Stephen *Thoughts about Art (Hamer ton) 28 126 *Taines Art in Greece (Durand, trans.) 29 241 *Fullers Pictures ... 29 505 Water-Color Painting 34694 *Macleod, Norman, Memoirs of, H. TV. Preston 38 502 *Macleod of Dare (XVilliain Black), H. W. Preston 43 502 McLeod, Robert Alder Can Herculaneum be Excavated ?.40 641 McMaster, John Bach Franklin in France...... . . .. ... 60 318 *(McMaster, John Bacb) A History of the People of the United States, from tbe Revolution to the Civil War, Vol. I., H. E. Scudder 52 266 Vol. II., H. E. Scudder 56 419 *Macmillan, Daniel, Memoir of (Thomas Hughes), H. E. Scud der 50 713 *Macreadvs Reminiscences and Diaries (Sir F. Pollock, ed.), H. TV. Preston 36 116 Madam Delias Expectations, T. W. Higyinson 27 40 Madame, A. lVebster, Jr 34 216 *Madan~e Mohl: ber SalSn and her Friends (OMeara), C. E. Woodberry 57 560 Madame Waldoboroughs Carriage, J. T. Trowbridge 17 407 *Madcap Violet (William Blnck), T. S. Perry 40 110 Maddalena, The Island of; with a Distant View of Caprera, B. Taylor 22 326 *~4ademoiselle de Mersac (XV. E. Norris), T. S. Perry 46 123 Mademoiselle Joan, R. H. Davis.. .58 328 ~Mademoiselle Mon, C. E. Norton. .5 754 Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriski, T. B. Aldrich 32 385 Mademoiselles Campaigns, T. W. Higyinson 2 19~ Mad Englishman, A, M. Crosby. .. .60 261 Mad Monarch, A, E. P. Evans.... 58 449 Madness of George III., The, H. Butterworth 37 534 Madonna of the Future, The, H. James, Jr 31 276 Madonna Pia, H. G. Cone 58 745 Madrigal, L. C. Redden 31 448 137 Mad River in the White Mountains, H. TV. Lou qfelloe. 49 596 Mmnadism in Religion, E. Robins. .52 487 Mmnads, The, C. Scollard 59 616 Mafiusi of Sicily, The, L. Monti.. .37 58 *Mag, H. W. Preston. . 42 700 Magdalena, N. Perry 4 721 *Magellan: or the First Voyag& round the World (G. M. Towle), H. E. Scadder 45 131 Magic, Evolution of, E. Robins. .. .49 685 *Magnhild (Bjornstjerne Bjiirnson), H. E. Scudder 51 127 Magnolia-Flower, On a, T. W. Par sons 6 287 Magruder, Allan Bankhead A Piece of Secret History 35 438 Lincolns Plans of Reconstrnction.37 21 The Will of Peter the Great, and the Eastern Question 42 34 *Mahaffys Greek Literature, L. Dyer 46 705 Maid Demure, To a, E. R. Sill... .58 684 Maidenhair, F. Fawcett . .45 779 *Maid of Northumberland, The (Daniel Bedinger Lucas), C. P. Lathrop 46 701 *Maid of Orleans, The (William Sterudale Bennett), W. F. Ap thorp 36 380 Mail-Clad Steamers, E. H. Derby... .8 227 *Maine Woods, The (Henry D. Thoreau), T. W. Higginson..14 386 *Maison des Deux Barbeaux (A. Theuriet), T. S. Perry 44 686 *Maitres dAutrefois, Les (Eugbne Fromentin), T. S. Perry 39 381 Makers of New Italy, The, W. R. Thayer 62 656 Malanotte, La, A. Brewster 4 495 *Malay Archipelago, The (A. R. Wallace), W. D. Howells 24 255 Malbone; an Oldport Romance, T. W. Higginson... .23 1, 137, 265, 393, 521, 649 Malice, P. H. Hayne 54 648 *Mallock, Mr., The Later Writings of, H. W. Preston 46 767 Malta, J. M. Hillyar 54 639 Mamoul ; through the Cossitollak Kaleidoscope, J. W. Palmer... .1 336 Man and Brother, The, J. W. De Forest 22 337, 414 *Man and Nature (George P. Marsh), W. L. Gage 14 261 Manchester Exhibition, The, C. E. Norton 1 33 Maniacs Confession, A, W. Ever ett 18 170 *Man in the Miocene Period, J. Fiske 31 760 Manitou Marsh *Manitou, Colorado (S. Edwin Solly), H. W. Preston 37 497 Manmatha, C. A. Dc Kay 37 143 Mann, Cameron The Longing of Circe 47 489 *Mann, Horace, Life of, by his Wife, J. P. Quincy 16 247 *(Mann, Horace) Lectures and Re ports on Education 19 512 *Maiiomin (Myron Coloney) 19 127 Mantle of St. John de Matha, The, J. U. Whittier 15 162 *Mannal of English Literature (John S. Hart) 29 627 *Maxiual of English Literature, A (Thomas Arnold), T. S. Perry 37 753 *Manual of Geology (James D. Dana) 11 522 *Mam~ual of the Jarves Collection of Early Italian Painters (Russell Sturgis) 22 127 Man under Sealed Orders, T. Wal den 9529 Man who never was Young, The, R. B. Kimball 7 320 Man who stole a Meeting-House, The, J. T. Trowbeidge 19 100 Man without a Country, The, E. E. Hale 12 665 Maples, E. Fawcett 38 614 Marais du Cygue, Le, J. C. Whit tier 2 429 Marble by Dubois, On a, H. B. Sar gent 19 358 *Marble Faun, The (Hawthorne), J. R. Lowell 5 509 Marble or Dust? S. ill. B. Piatt.. .28 414 Marble Quarries, H. B. Sargent.... 19 619 *Marc..Aurble et la Fin du Moude Antique (Ernest Renan), H. W. Preston 49 704 Marcou, Jules Origin of the Name America.... 35 291 *Marcmms Aurelius Antoninus, The Thoughts of the Emperor (George Long, trans.), F. H. Hedge 12 529 Mar& hal Niel, T. B. Aldrich 53 700 Margaret, F. L. Bushnell 3~ 576 *Margaret (Judd), W. D. How ells 27 144 *Margarette; or, Life Problems (E. Juncker; Mrs. A. L. Wister, trans.), H. W. Pres ton 42 702 Marginal Notes from the Library of a Mathematician, A. S. Hard~, 59 81 Marguerite. Massachusetts Bay, 1760, J. CL Whittier 27 331 Marguerite, M.E.C.Wgeth 30192 Marguerite, The, A. R. Grote 34 670 *Marriage Excentrique, Un (Luigi Gualdo), T. S. Perry 45 119 *Marier sa Fiele (H. Greville), T. S. Perry 43 549 *Marine Mammals of the North-. Western Coast of North Amer- ica, The (Charles M. Scam- mon), J. A. Allen 34 496 Marion Dale, C. P. Cranch 7 485 *Mario, Signor, W. F. Apthorp... .30 755 *Maritime Provinces, The: A Hand- book for Travelers 36 248 *Marius the Epicurean (Pater), H. E. Scudder 56 273 Marjorie Daw, T. B. Aldrich 31 407 *Marjorie Daw and other People (T. B. Aldrich), W. D. How ells 32 625 Marjorie Daw, E. E. Comstock. .32 610 *Markof, the Russian Violinist (Henry Greville), H. W. Pres ton 44 368 *Mark Twains Life on the Missis- sippi, G. P. Lathrop 52 406 *Mark Twains New Book, W. D. Howells . .. .45 686 *Mark Twains New Departure, E. H. House 48 843 *Marlowe, Christopher, The Works of, U. E. Woodberry 56 851 Maroons of Jamaica, The, 7. W. Higginson 5 213 Maroons of Surinam, The, T. W. Higginson 5 549 *Marriage, History and Philosophy of 24640 Marriage, Reform in the Celebra- tion of, F. C. Cook 61 680 Marriage Celebration in Europe, The, P. G. Cook 61 245 Marriage Celebration in the Col- onies, The, F. C. Cook 61 350 Marriage Celebration in the United States, F. C. Cook 61 520 Married Bohemians, E. Fawcett... .44 325 Marrying a Pickpocket, C. B. Woods.24 87 Mars as a Neighbor, A. Seorle 41 111 *(Marsh, George Perkins) Lectures on the English Language, J. R. Lowell 5 508 Marsh, Juliet C. Loves 43 716 *Marshalls Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, W. R. Emerson 18 643 Marsh Island, A, 5. 0. Jeuett. .55 38, 145 347, 452, 654, 773 *Marsh Island, A (5. 0. Jewett) H. E. Scudder 56 561 Marsh Rosemary, 5. 0. Jewett 57 590 138 Marston Maurice *Marston, John, Works of, in Library of Old Authors, J. R. Lowell 1 883 Marston, Philip Bourke *A Realistic Poet 49 514 Martha, J. C. R. Dorr 48 466 Marthas Vineyard, N. S. Shaler... 34 732 Marthas Vineyard, A Visit to, J. B. Everett 4 281 Martin, Mrs. Clara Barnes Nuremberg 30 304 *College Education for Women. .38 380 *Francis Adamss Study of the Free School System of the United States 38 509 *Dr. Seguius Report on Educa tion 40 251 *The Harvard Examination for Women 40 637 Emile Zola as a Critic 43 650 The Greatest Novelists Work for Freedom 44 761 The Mother of Turg~neff 55 361 Martinean, Harriet Lady Byron 7 185 Lights of the English Lake Dis- trict 7 541 The Young Repealer 8 337 Health in the Camp 8 571 Health in the Hospital 8 718 *Martineaus, Harriet, Autobiog raphy (M. W. Chapman, ed.), W. D. Howells 39 624 Martyrdom of an Empire, The, E. H. House.. 47 610 Martys Various Mercies, K. F. Dana 34 441 *Mary Anerley (R. D. Blackmore), H. E. Scudder 46 827 Maryland, A Legend of, J. P. Ken nedy 6 29, 141 *Mary Magdalene (Mrs. R. Green ough), G. P. Lathrop 47 430 *Mary Staunton...... 5 638 Marzials, Frank Thomas Fran~ois Copp~e 54 759 *Marzios Crucifix (F. M. Craw- ford), H. E. Scudder 61 847 Maskers, The, J. T. Trowbridge. . .14 303 Mason, Alfred Bishop The Abolition of Poverty 43 602 Mason, Mrs. Caroline Atherton Be Like the Sun 43 7f7 Mason, Edward Gay Old Fort Chartres 49 618 A Visit to South Carolina in 1860 53 241 Mason and Slidell: A Yankee Idyl, J. R. Lowell 9 259 *Masque and other Poems, A (S. Weir Mitchell), T. B. Aldrich .61 416 139 *Masque of Pandora and other Poems, The (Longfellow), W. D. Howells 37 109 *Masque of the Gods, The (Bayard Taylor), W. D. Howells 29 750 *M~que of the Poets, A 43 410 *Masquerades and other Poems, The (John Godfrey Saxe), E. Sargeant 18 123 *Massachusetts, The Emancipation of (Brooks Adams), D. A. Wasson 59 251 *M~sachusetts Board of Educa- tion, Report (37th Annual) of the, John D. Philbriclc 34 127 *Ma~sachusetts Public Schools and Normal Art School, Annual Exhibition of Drawings from, F. D. Millet 38 119 *Massenet, Po~me dAvril and Pol~me an Souvenir, W. F. Ap thorp 38 763 Massey, Gerald For Christies Sake 5 338 Massy Spragues Daughter, H. M. Jackson 44 1 *Masterpieces of English Litera- ture (W. Swinton, ed.), W. D. Howells 46 134 Masters Mate, The Rhyme of the, F. Willson 16 519 Master Treadwell, J. E. Babson... 25 699 Mate of the Daylight, The, S. 0. Jewett 50 82 *Mate of the Daylight, and Friends Ashore, The (5. 0. Jewett), G. P. Lathrop 53 712 Materialism, The Growth of, G. F. Parsons .. 60 157 *Materialisin and Theology (James Martinean) 40 249 *Materie und Geist (Biichner) 1 255 Mather, Frederic Gregory Confederation in Canada 46 56 *Matheiu s Busts of the Composers, J. S. Dwight 21 503 *Mathematical Monthly, The ~J. D. Runkle, ed.), T. Hill 3 647 Matber Safe, The, J. P. Quincy. ... 12 316 Matin Song, Words by B. Taylor, Music by J. K. Paine 39 110 Matthews, Albert Franklin Chimes, and How they are Rung.54 76 Matthews [James] Brander A French Comic Dramatist 46 48 Eugl~ne Scribe 47 678 The Dramas of the Elder Dnmas.48 383 *Maurice, Frederick Denison, The Life of, Chiefly told in his own Letters (Frederick Mau- rice, ed.), H. E. Scudder 54 276 Maury Memorials Maury, Thompson B. The New American Polar Ex?pe- dition and its Hopes 26 492 Mayer, William Frederick The Gaucho 2 178 El Lianero 3 174 In the Pines 3 560 Maya, the Princess, R. Terry 1 263 May Campaign in Virginia, The, C. C. Coffin 14 124 *May Carols (Aubrey de Vere). ... .1 256 *May..Day and other Pieces (Ralph Waldo Emerson), W. D. How ells 20 376 May Days. Extracts from the Jour- nal of H. D. Thoreau 41 567 Maydenvalley, Spinsterland, A. S. Hill ... .22 605 May-Flowers, L. C. Moulton 27 543 May grown a-Cold, W. Morris 25 553 *(Mayo, A. D.) Symbols of the Capital ; or, Civilization in New-York 3 773 May-Pole of Merrymount, The, C. F. Adams, Jr 39 557, 686 May-time Pastoral, A, B. Taylor... 25 575 Mazzini, Joseph The Republican Alliance 19 235 The Religious Side of the Italian Question 20 108 Mazzini, ill. L. henry 58 803 *Mazzini, Joseph: His Life and Po- litical Principles, T. S. Perry. .30 493 Mead, Edwin Doak *The Church Idea (Huntington) .29 112 Meaning of Music, The, Ii. G. White 42 488 Mean Yankees at Home, The. By a Summer Visitor, J. Parton. .23 61 *Mechanical Dictionary, A 39 475 *Mechanics, Elements of (Peck). .. .5 637 *Mechanism in Thought and Morals (Holmes), W. D. Howells 27 653 Medbery, James Knowles Our Pacific Railroads 20 704 The Great Erie Imbroglio 22 111 Medea of Euripides, The, W. C. Lawton 61 212 *M~decins et M~decine (Littr6), J. Fiske 29 512 Medimval and Modern Punishment, B. P. E~ons 54 302 *Medimval Church History, Lec- tures on (Richard Chenevix Trench) 43 682 Medimval Naturalist, A, .J. H. A. Bone 33 269 Medical Fashions, E. Spencer 37 551 *Meditations on the Essence of Christianity (M. Guizot), G. Prentice 14 784 Medusa (Sonnet for a Picture), B. Fawcett 37 606 Meeting, The, J. G. Whittier 21 221 Mehetabel, L. Larcom 27 671 *Mehlig, Anna, W. F. Apthorp. ... 31 249 *M~langes de Mythologie et de Linguistique (Michel Br~al). .43 272 *M~langes et Lettres de X. Don- dan, T. S. Perry 38 632 M~lanie, W. L. Brigham 33 275 *M~lodies Populnires de Grace et dOrient (L.-A. Bourgault- Dncoudray), W. F. Apthorp. .46 410 *(Melville, Herman) Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War, W. D. Howells 19 252 Member from Foxden, The, J. P. Quincy . 11 730 *Memoirs of a Good-for-Nothing (Eichendorff; C. G. Leland, trans.) 18 256 *Memoirs of Service Afloat during the War between the States (Raphael Semmes), W. D. Howells 23 515 *Memoirs of the Second Empire, Some: Conversations with Dis- tinguished Persons during the Second Empire, from 1860 to 1863; Prosper Merim~e; Let- tres ~ M. Panizzi; Memorials of Charlotte Williams-Wynn; Souvenirs of Madame C. Jail- bert ; A Salon in the Last Days of the Empire, H. W. Preston 49 109 *M~moires, Two American: Years of Experience; Souvenirs of my Time, H. B. Scudder 60 126 Memorable Murder, A, C. Thax ter .35 602 Memorime Positum, R. G. 5., 1863, J. R. Lowell 13 88 *Memnorial and Biographical Sketches (J. F. Clarke), H. B. Scudder .. 42 380 *Memorial History of Boston, The, H. B. Scudder 46 858 Memorial Tribute, A: read at the meeting held at Mnsic Hall, February 8, 1876, in memory of Dr. Samuel G. Howe, 0. W. Holmes 37 464 Memorial of A. B., or Matilda Muf- fin, The, R. Terry 5 186 *Memorials of a Southern Planter, H. B. Scudder 61 835 *Memorials of the Confederate Gen- erals Pettigrew and Elliott (Win. Henry Trescot), W. D. Howells 28 142 140 Memories Middlemarch Memories of Authors. A Series of Portraits from Personal Acquaint. ance, S. C. and A. M. Hall. Thomas Moore 15 97 Coleridge 15 213 Miss Landon 15 330 Theodore Hook and his Friends.15 477 Memories of London, W. J. Still- man 57 601 *Memories of my Exile (Louis Kos- suth), W. Al. Griswold 46 568 *Memories of Old Friends (Caro- line Fox; Horace N. Pym, ed.), H. E. Scudder 49 558 Memory, A, A. A. Dayton 53 216 Memory of Theocritus, A, J. B. Kenyon 58 598 *Men and Letters (Scudder), 0. E. Woodberry 61 133 *Men and Manners in America One Hundred Years ago (H. E. Scudder, ed.), W. D. Howells .38 243 Men and Trees, E. Al. Thomas.... 59 46 *Mendelssohn (Ferdinand Hiller), H. W. Preston 35 113 *Mendelssohn - Bartholdy, Felix, Letters of, W. L. Gage 15 126 *Mcndelssohn Family, The, 1729 1847 (Sebastian Hensel; C. Klingeman, trans.), S. Baxter. .49 562 *Mendelssohn ; Letters and Recol- lections by Dr. Ferdinand Hitler H. TV. Preston 35 113 Men of Schwyz, The, H. J. War ner 7 334 Men of the Sea, W. Mitchell 3 44 *~1eii of the Time 21 639 Menotomy Lake, J. T. Trowbridge .41 647 *Mental Hygiene (I. Ray), J. P. Quincy 13 388 *Mental Pathology, Contributions to (I. Ray), W. James 31 748 Mephistophelean, C. J. Sprague.... 17 632 Mercedes, E. D. B. Stoddard 1 871 *Mercy Pbilbricks Choice, H. W. Preston 39 243 Meredith, George, G. P. Lathrop.. .61 178 *(Meredith, Owen) Poems 3 772 Merely a Mirror, W. M. Baker. ... 35 576 *(M~rimt~e, Prosper) Lettres ?~ M. Panizzi, 18501870, H. W. Preston 49 109 M~rini~e in his Letters, M. L. Henry 52 388 *(Merlet, Gnstave) Le R~alisme et la Fantasie dans Ia Litt~rature. .9 525 Merwin, Henry Childs The Telephone Cases... . 62 113 Daniel Drawbaugh 62 345 *Mes Haines (Emile Zola), T. S. Perry 44 808 141 Message of Jeff. Davis in Secret Ses- sion, A. Conjecturally Reported by H. Biglow, J. R. Lowell. ... 9 512 *Metaphysics, Lectures on (Hamil- ton), E. P. Whipple 3 774 Metempsychosis, R. Terry 2 59 Meteorology. A Glance at the Sci- ence, D. W. Bloodgood 6 1 Meteors, E. Fawcett 41 188 *Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America, His- tory of (Abel Stevens) 16 123 *Method of Shakespeare as an Ar- tist, The (Ruggles), J. J. Piatt.26 254 Methods of Study in Natural His- tory, L. Agassiz... .9 1, 214, 327, 446, 570, 754 10 87, 325, 571 *Methods of Study in Natural His- tory (L. Agassiz), A. A. Gould .13 131 *Metropolitan Museum in New York, C. Cook 33 502 Metternich, W. M. Griswold 45 691 Mexicans and their Country, The, C. C.Hazewell 5 487 Mexican Vacation Week, A, S. Baxter 56 45 Mexico, C. C. Hazewell 5 235 Mexico, G. Reynolds 14 51 Mexico, By Horse-Cars into, H. M. Jackson 51 350 Mexico, George Cruikshank in, G. A.Sala 15 54 *Mexico, a new History of the Con- quest of (Wilson), J. F. Kirk. .3 518, 633 Meyerbeer, F. Williams 14 116 Meyerbeer, Giacomo, W. F. Apthorp.44 444 *Meyerbeers Huguenots, W. F. Apthorp 33 510 Miantowona, T. B. Aldrich 18 446 Michael Angelo: a Drama, H. W. Longfrl/ow 51 1, 145, 289 *Michael Angelo (Henry W. Long- fellow), H. E. Scudder 52 828 *Michael Angelo Buonarotti, The Life of (John S. Harford), C. E. Norton 1 510 *Michaelangelo, Grimms Life of, J. Fiske 17 124 *(Michelet, J.) Histoire de France an XVI. Si& le 1 254 *Love, translated by J. W. Palmer, 0. W. Holmes 4 391 Michigan, The Grand Traverse Region of, H. W. S. Cleveland.26 191 Microphone, The, C. P. Cranch. . . .43 618 *Middle Kingdom, The (S. Wells Williams), 0. E. Woodberry. .52 831 *Middlemarch (George Eliot), A. 0. Sedywick 31 490 Middle Millet *Middle States, The: A Handbook for Travelers 35 738 *Middle States and Ohio, Reports of School Superintendents of the, Z. F. Peirce 35 251 *Middleton, Thomas, The Works of, G. E. Woodberry 56 853 *Midge, The (Bunner), H. E. Scudder 58 267 Midnight, C. L. Hildreth 50 607 Midnight Fantasy, A, T. B. Aldrich .35 385 Midnight Hour, The, T. M. Coan. .33 416 Midsummer, J. T. Trowbridge 6 185 Midsummer and May, H. E. Prescott .6 544, 674; 7 9 Midsummer Dawn, H. 117. Preston .42 72 *Midsuminer Dreams (Latham C. Strong), G. P. Lathrop 45 839 Midsummer F& e in the Pueblo of San Juan, A, H. M. Jackson. .49 101 *Midsummer Holiday, and other Poems, A (Swinburne), U. E. Woodberry 55 564 Midwinter, J. T. Trowbridge 9 240 Mien-yaun, E. H. House 3 671 *Mighty Magician, The (Calderon; adapted by E. Fitzgerald), T. S. Perry 39 735 *Mignon (Ambroise Thomas), W. F. Apthorp 29 635 Migrations of the Gods, The, W. S. Liscomb 54 520 *(Milburn, William Henry) Ten Years of Preacher-Life, J. R. Lowell .. 4 770 *Milch Cows and Dairy Farming (C. L. Flint) 4 266 Miles Keoghs Horse, J. Hay 45 214 *Military Art and History, Elements of (Duparcq). 11 524 Military Bail at Goulacaska, The, C. L. Norton 25 282 *MilitaryBridges (Hermann Haupt).14 781 *Military Law and the Practice of Courts.4\lartial, A Treatise on (S. V. Ben~t) 11 267 *Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War between the States, 1861 to 1865, The (Alfred Roman), J. C. Ropes. .53 551 Military Past and Future, Our, J. 117. De Forest 44 561 Militia System, Our Future, T. W. Higginson 16 371 Milking-Time. A Florida Pastoral, W. W. Harney 29 299 *(Mill, John Stuart) Autobiography, A. U. Browne, Jr 33 489 *An Examination of Sir Wil- liam Hamiltons Philosophy, T. W. Higginson 16 762 142 *Dissertations and Discussions, T. W. Higginson 14 776 *Principles of Political Econ- omy, D. A. Wasson 13 250 *Millais Gallery, The, W. D. How ells 41 136 Miller, Joaquin The Ship in the Desert 34 48 *(Miller, Joaquin) The Ship in the Desert, U. P. Lathrop 37 240 Miller, Mrs. Olive Thorne Study of a Cat-Bird 52 253 The Bird of the Morning 52 644 The Bird of Solitude 53 753 These are your Brothers 54 805 A Ruffian in Feathers 55 490 A Bit of Bird-Life 56 70 Upon the Tree-Tops 56 533 A Tricksy Spirit 56 676 A Bird of Affairs 59 178 The Mocking-Birds Nest 59 514 Flutterbudget 59 619 The Wise Bluebird 60 455 The Blue-Jay 61 266 Virginias Wooing 61 362 A Discord in Feathers 61 701 Home Life of the Redstart 62 353 Miller Michel, K. P. Osgood 38 531 Millers Madrigal, A, H. Rich... .28 246 Millet, Frank Davis *Exhibitioi~ and Sale of Ernest Longfellows Pictures 37 507 *William Hunts Paintings.... 37 629 *George Fullers Pictures in Bos ton 37 631 *New York National Academys Fifty-first Exhibition 37 758 *Annual Exhibition of Drawings, from Massachusetts Public Schools and Normal Art School 38 119 The Fourth Waits 38 578 *The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illus- trated, Parts I.., II., and III.. .43 816 *The Hunt Memorial Exhibition .45 120 *Elihu Vedders Pictures 45 843 Mr. Hunts Teaching 46 189 *The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illus trated, Vol. II 47 109 *Millets Portrait of Mrs. K U. P. Lathrop 37 632 Millet, Jean-Fran~ois, G. R. Tomson.60 186 Millet, Jean Fran~ois, T. ......... 60 506 Millet, Jean Fran~ois, Personal Rec- ollections of, E. Wheelwright. .38 257 Millet, Josiah Bryam *Vedders Drawings for Omar Khayy~m, Rub~iiyat (with S. Baxter) 55 111 Mill Mistress *Mill on the Floss, The (George Eliot) 5 756 *Mihiiores Sphinx, G. P. Lathrop. .31 116 Milton, J. B. Tabb 56 768 *Miltons Areopagitica (J. W. Hales, ed.), H. E. Scudder 35 761 Mind in Nature (Henry James Clark), T. TV. Higginson 17 649 Mind in the Lower Animals, G. M. Beard 46 136 Mine is Thine (J. C. Lockhart), H. TV. Preston 42 702 Miner, The, J. B. Lowell 18 158 Minghetti, Marco, W. C. Lcngdon .59 593 Mining, Ancient, on the Shores of Lake Superior, A. D. Hager. .15 308 Mining for a Mastodon, A. Teal. ... 56 381 Ministerial Responsibility and the Constitution, A. L. Lowell.... 57 180 Minister Plenipotentiary, The, 0. W. Holmes 13 106 Ministers Daughter, The, .J. G. Whittier 46 542 Ministers Wooing, The, H. B. Stowe .. .. .2 876 3 97, 219, 375, 504, 620, 749 4 106, 19(3, 304, 421, 541, 666 *Minnesinger of Germany, The (A. E. Kroeger), G. P. Lathrop... 31 498 Minor Elizabethan 1)ramatists, E. P. lVhipple 20 692 Minor Ejizabethan Poets, E. P. Whipple 22 26 Minor Italian Travels, W. D. How ells 20 337 *Minority Representation, A. 0. Sedgwiclc 29 255 Minor Songsters, B. Torrey 54 491 Minor Theatres of London, The, P. Egan 25 294 Minute-Guns, The, C. Thaxter 10 62 *Miougrano Entreduberto, La (T. Anbanel), F. Bdcher 7 372 Miracle Play of 1870, in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, The, H. M. Hunt 26 732 *Mirage (Julia Fletcher), H. W. Preston 42 193 Mirandas Expedition, General, F. Sheldon 5 589 Miriam and other Poems (Whit- tier), W. D. Howells 27 137 nMir:ams Heritage (Alma Calder), H. W. Preston 42 700 *Mirbio; Ponbmo Prouven~au de Frederi Mistral, F. Bdcher 7 372 *1\Iirbio (Fr~d~ric Mistral ; Harriet XV Preston, trans.), W. D. Howells 30 110 *Miscellnnies (Espy, Williams, and Taneyhill), W. D~ Howells 28 255 *Miscellanies (Thackeray), W. D. Howells 25 247 Mischief in the Middle Ages, F. Robins 48 1 Mis Elderkins Pitcher, H. B. Stowe 26 157 *Misb..en..Scbne on the Stage, W. F. Apthorp 30 250 *Mis~rables, Les, Fantine (Victor Hugo), F. P. Whipple 10 124 Miser Farrels Bequest, J. P. Quincy.61 721 62 1 Miss Eunices Glove, A. Webster, Jr.32 92 Miss Georgines Husband, L. F. Guernsey 34 568 *Miss Gilberts Career (Holland), J. B. Lowell 7 125 Miss Helen, S. TV. Mitchell...... .32 211 Missing Leaf, The, J. T. Trow bridge 31 704 *Mission Flower, A (Picard), H. E. Scudder 57 265 Mission of Birds, The, T. M. Brewer.23 405 *Missions, Foreign ; Their Rela- tions and Claims (R. Ander son), F. Abbott 40 626 *Missions, On (Max MUller), J. Cook 33 750 *Missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in India, History of the (Rufus Anderson), E. Abbott 40 626 Miss Luciada, B. Terry 8 141 *Miss Lndingtons Sister (Edward Bellamy), H. F. Scudder. . .. .54 413 Miss Magdalena Peanuts, P. Y. Pember 44 288 Miss Martin, A. Porter 43 797 Miss Mehetabels Son, T. B. Al drich 31 719 Miss Moggaridges Provider, H. P. Spofford 27 17 Missouri, Free, A. D. Richardson. .21 363, 492 *Miss Ravenels Conversion (J. W. De Forest), TV. D. Howells.. .20 120 Miss Tempys Watchers, S. 0. Jewett ... .61 289 *Miss Van Kortland, B. Keeler. .. .26 509 Miss Wimples Hoop, J. W. Palmer.2 566, 689 Mistah Fahmah, P. F. Wadleigh. .62 377 Mistrals Calendau, H. TV. Preston .33 406 Mistrals Nerto, H. TV. Preston. .. .54 595 Mistress Cassandra Lippincotts Courtship, K. T. Town 30 208 Mistress of Sydenham Plantation, The, S. 0. Jewett 62 145 *Mistress of the Manse, The (J. G. holland) 39 113 143 Misused Modern Misused C H of England, The, R. A. Proctor 55 593 *(Mitchel, Ormsby McKnight) Popular Astronomy. A Con- cise Elementary Treatise on the Sun, Planets, Satellites, and Comets, S. Newcomb 6 117 *The Astronomy of the Bi ble 12 133 Mitchell, Donald Grant Wet Weather Work 11 444, 719 12 183, 617 13 304, 539 14 39, 333 Washington Irving 13 694 Doctor Johns .15 141, 296, 449, 591, 681 16 66, 211, 300, 457, 546, 713 17 69, 04, 323, 466, 552, 707 *(Mitchell, Donald Grant) My Farm of Edgewood, E. P. Wh~pple. .13 130 Mitchell, Maria Mary Somerville 5 568 Mitchell, Samuel Weir The Case of George Dedlow.... 18 1 The Autobiography of a Quack. .20 466, 586 The Poison of the Rattlesnake... 21 452 On the Modern Methods of Study- ing Poisons 22 294 Was he Dead9 25 86 Miss Helen 32 211 The Quaker Grave-Yard 41 217 Kearsarge 42 10 In War Time. .53 1, 153, 297, 483, 651, 759 54 60, 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 The Christ of the Snows 55 51 Mitchell, Walter Tacking Ship off Shore 1 334 Songs of the Sea 2 152 The Language of the Sea 2 578 A Bundle of Irish Pennants 2 803 Men of the Sea 3 44 Nemophily 5 21 The Nursery Blarney-Stone 5 341 Come siChiama9 5439 The Two Tongues 6 667 What we are coming to 8 487 What shall we do with them 9 9 469 Harvards Heroes 12 385 The Kingdom of infancy 19 120 Why Henry Jones did not go to Canada 24 261 German Songs, and a few other Matters 24 442 Twenty Dollars 28 306 *Mitford, Mary Russell, The Friend- ships of (A. G. LEstrange), II. E. Scudder 51 415 *Mixed Essays (Mathew Arnold), H. W. Preston 44 675 144 *Mixed Schools at the South, B. Sears 34 379 Mocking-Bird, In the Haunts of the, M. Thompson 54 620 Mocking-Birds Nest, The, 0. T. Miller 59 514 Model Lodging Houses in Boston, C. E. Norton 5 673, 762 Mode of Catching Jelly-Fishes, A. Ayassiz. 16 736 Modern Art Education (Joseph Langl), C. P. Lathrop 37 248 Modern Cats, J. W. De Forest 33 737 *Modern Christianity a Civilized Heathenism, H. W. Preston.... 35 110 Moderu Cinderella, A ; or, the lit- tle old Shoe, L. M. Alcott 6 425 Modern Diabolism, H. Jan~es... 32 219 *Modern Doubt and Christian Be- lief (Theodore Christlieb), J. Cook 34 499 *Modern Dwellings in Town and Country (H. Hudson Holly), W. P. P. Longfellow 42 381 *Moderne Oper, Die (E. Hanslick), T. S. Perry 38 372 Modern Fiction, C. D. Warner.... 51 464 Modern Financial Utopia, A How it grew lip, and what became of it, D. A. Wells 33441 *Moderii Frenchmen (Philip Gil- bert Hamerton), T. S. Perry. .43 678 Modern French Painting, E. Ben son 22 88 *Moderu German Art, History of (Franz Reber), C. Cook 34 123 *Modern Greece and a Brief His- tory of Montenegro (Towle). .40 504 *Moderis Hagar, The (Charles M. Clay), G. P. Lathrop 51 412 Modern Improvements and our Na- tional Debt, E. B. Bigelow. ... 15 729 *Modern Instance, A (W. D. How- ells), H. E. Scudder 50 710 *Modern Italian Poets (Howells), G. E. Woodberry 61 130 *Moderis Job, The (Peterson) 26 511 *Modern Leaders (Justin McCar thy) 31 501 Modern Lettre de Cachet, A, L. C. Dacis 21 588 Modern Lettre de Cachet, A, Re viewed, I. Ray 22 227 Modern Martyrdom of St. Perpetna, The, H. B. Stowe 43 154 *Modern Mephistopheles A, G. P. Lathrop 40 109 Modern Methods of Studying Poi- son, On the, S. JJ7. Mitchell. .. .22 294 5Modern Minister, A, H. TV. Pres ton 41 493 Modern Moore *Modern Painters, Vol. V. (Ruskin), W. J. Stillrnan 6 239 *Modern Physical Fatalism and the Doctrine of Evolution; includ- ing an Examination of Mr. Herbert Spencers First Prin- ciples (T. R. Birks), H. W. Preston 39 634 *Modern Prophet, A, H. E. Scud der 54 274 Modern Religious Painter, A, E. Benson 30 483 Modern Shoemaking, T. A. Dodge .40 669 *Modern Turkey (J. Lewis Farley).31 499 Modern Vandalism, E. II. Pennell. .55 765 *Moderis Women and what is said of them, W. D. Howells 22 639 Mohammed, and his Place in Univer- sal History, J. F. Clarke 24 611 Mohl, Madame, her Salon and her Friends, K. O~1Ieara 55 67, 169, 318, 477, 626 *Moli~re (Paul Lindau), T. S. Perry 29 756 *Molly Bawn (M. Argles), H. W. Preston 43 170 Mona, A. Cary 19 143 Monas Mother, A. Cary 20 22 Monaduock in Autumn, E. D. Proc tor 61 127 Mondarnin, E. M. Thomas 56 364 *Monde Pittoresque et Monumental, Le (Villars), W. H. Downes.. .57 563 Money and Baiiking, An Easy Les- son in, E. Atkinson 34 195 *Money and its Laws (Henry V. Poor), E. Stanwood. 41. 266 Money and its Substitutes. Com- merce and its Instruments of Adjustment, H. C. Baird 37 345 *Money..King and other Poems, The (Saxe) 6 120 Money Problem, Our, in the Light of the Experience of England with an Inconvertible Paper Currency, J. N. Lamed 25 615 *Mon Frbre et Moi: Souvenirs dEnfance et de Jennesse (Ernest Daudet), H. James, Jr.49 846 Monitor, The Last Cruise of the, C. M. Weeks 11 366 *Monks of the West, The (Count de Montalembert) 8 644w *(Monnier, Henri de) M~moires de M. Joseph Prudhomme 1 254 Monograph from an Old Note-Book, with a Postscript, C. Sumner. .12 648 *Monographs (Lord Houghton), W. D. Howells 32 238 Monopoly, Story of a Great, H. D. Lloyd 47 317 145 *Monroe, James, in his Relations to the Public Service during Half a Century, 1776 to 1826 (Daniel C. Gilman), H. E. Scudder 1 690 Monserrat, C. D. Warner .51 740 *M. le Comte et Mine. la Comntesse, un Man (St. Germain Le Due), T. S. Perry 30 751 *Monsieur Sylvestre (George Sand).26 760 Montana, A Year in, E. B. Neal ley ......... 18 236 *Montcalm and Wolfe (Francis Parkman), H. E. Scudder. . .55 266 Monte Cassino, H. W. Longfellow. .35 161 *Montenegro, Brief History of (G. M. Towle), T. S. Perry 40 504 *Monte Rosa (Starr H. Nichols), G. P. Lathrop 51 423 Monti, Luigi The Mafiusi of Sicily 37 58 Christmas Eve in a Sicilian Abbey.39 143 Sicilian Hospitality 46 143 *(Moati, Luigi, translator) Guerraz- zis Beatrice Cenci, J. R. Lowell .1 638 *Montpensier Pictures at the Athe- nmeum, H. James, Jr 34 633 Montreal, The Founders of, F. Park- man 19 723 *Monumental Christianity (Lundy), C. P. Lathrop 38 626 *Monuments de lArt Antique (Oliver Rayet, ed.), W. H. Bishop 47 115 Monuments, Question of, W. D. Howells 17 646 Moods of the Rain, C. P. Lathrop. .31 660 Moody, Mrs. L. M. My Little Boy 18 361 Moody, William Goodwin Foreign Trade no Cure for Hard Times 44 472 Kansas Farmers and Illinois Dairymen 44 717 The Bonanza Farms of the West.45 33 Moolid of the Prophet, The, C. W. Stoddard 42 200 Moon, The, N. S. Shaler 34 270 *Moon, The (James Nasmyth and James Carpenter) 34 493 *Moondyne (Johii Boyle OReilly), H. W. Preston 45 48 *Moons Atmosphere, The, J. Fiske.31 758 Moonshine a Burletta in One Act, T. B. Aldrich 42 150 Moore, Lycurgus Bruce A Vision of Lost Souls 34 267 Moore, Mrs. Rebecca An Old Book 60 355 Moore, Thomas, S. C. and A. M. Hall 15 97 Moore Moulton *Moore, Thomas, Prose and Verse by (R. H. Shepherd, ed.), T. B. Aldrich 41 803 *Moralistes et Philosophes (Ad. Franek), T. S. Perry 29 629 *Moralistes Fran~ais au dix-huitiitme Siltcle, Les (Jules Barni), T. S. Perry 33 242 Morality in the Public Schools, 0. Johnson 51 748 Morality of Thackeray and of George Eliot, The, M. L. Henry.51 243 *Moral Science, Lectures on (Mark Hopkins), H. M. Alden 11 269 Moral Significance of the Republi- can friumph, E. P. Wh~pple. .23 124 *Morais~s Chasm of the Colorado, C. Cook 34 375 *1\lorans Grand Cafion of theVellow- stol1e, C. Coo/c 30 246 *More Happy Thoughts (F. C. Bur nand) 28 380 More Words about Shelley, W. Dowe .6 59 *Morgan, Lady: Passages from my Autobiography, E. Quincy 3 650 Morgan Stanwood. Cape Ann, 1775, H. Rich .. .33 712 Morland, William Wallace *A Practical Guide to the Study of the Diseases of the Eye (Williams) 10 769 Mormon Prophets Tragedy, The, J. Hay 2~ 669 *Mormou Prosecutions, The, A. G. Sedgwick 29 254, 770 Mormons, Among the, F. H. Lud low 13 479 Morning Hills, The, M. Thompson. .44 80 Morning Street, The, J. J. Piatt. .. .3 150 Morphine, J. C. Layard 33 697 *Mor;)hy, Paul, The Exploits and Triumphs in Europe of 4 519 Morrice Lake, 1 E. C/tanning. .. .29 161 Morris, Edmund Needle and Garden 15 88, 165, 316, 464, 613,673 16 47, 185, 283, 419 Morris, Gouverneur, II. C. Lodge. .57 433 Morris, James W. The True Heroine 9 27 Morris, William Rhyme slayeth Shame 25 14~ May grown a-cold 25 553 *(Morris, William) The Earthly Paradise, T. W. Higginson. .22 255 *The Earthly Paradise, Part I1I.,J.J. Piatt 25 750 *Morrisons, The (Margaret Hos mer), T. W. Higginson 15 378 Morse, John Torrey, Jr. Albert Gallatin 44 513 146 *The Law of the Road and the Law of Hotel Life 44 805 Benjamin Robbins Curtis 45 265 *Lodges Historical Studies 54 271 *John Brown (Sanborn) 57 272 *Alexander Hamilton (L Morton, Edwin odge). .59 115 Epithalamia 6 693 Morton, Oliver Throck Presidential Nominations 53 455 *Mosaique, La (Gerspach), W. P. P. Longfellow 50 123 *Mosby and his Men (Marshall Crawford) 19 761 Mose Evans, W. M. Baker. .. .33 44, 205, 324, 464, 597, 714 *Mose Evans (William M. Baker), W. D. Howells 34 230 Most Extraordinary Case, A, H. James, Jr 21 461 Mosund~ Sets To; or, Woman s Sacrifice, N. T. Kan~ko 42 81 Moth, The, J. J. Piatt 34 167 *Mother Gooses Melodies; or, Songs for the Nursery (A. Kappes, illus.), W. D. Howe/Is 43 123 *Mother Molly (Frances Mary Peard), H. E. Scudder 47 711 Mother of Turglneff, The, C. B. Martin 55 361 Mother and Infants, Nurses and Nursing (Donn~), 0. W. Ho/mes.3 645 Motley, John Lotlirop Florentine Mosaics .112,129 *Our Branch and its Tributaries (Mrs. Henshaw) 22 753 *(Motley, John Lothrop) History of the United Netherlai~ds, Vols. I., II., E. P. Wh~pp/e... 7 377 *Historic Progress and Ameri- can Democracy, W. D. How e//s 23 519 *History of the United Nether- lands, Vols. III., IV., W. D. Howe//s 21 632 *The Life and Death of John of Barneveldt, T. S. Perry. .35 364 Moulton, Mrs. Louise Chandler May-Flowers 27 543 how Long 9 30 75 Question 32 189 Annies Daughter 35 720 A Painted Fan 37 20 Helens Cup 45 386 Her Ghost 47 525 Come Back, Dear Days! 59 375 A Silent Guest 60 374 *(Moulton, Louise Chandler) Poems, W. D. Howe//s 41 630 *Moultou, Mrs. Charles, W. F. Apthorp 29 120; 31 249 Mountain Music Mountain, The, E. C. Stedmart 17 734 Mountaineering in the Sierra Ne vada, C. King 27 602, 704 28 64, 207 *Mountaineering in the Sierra Ne- vada (Clarence King), W. D. Howells 29 500 *Mountain of the Lovers, The; with Poems of Nature and Tradition (Paul H. Hayne) 36 495 Mountains and their Origin, L. Agassiz 11 747 Mountains in Literature, T. S. Perry 44 302 Mountain Sonnets, L. Larcom 26 332 Mountain Pictures, .1. 0. Whittier. I. Franconia from the Pemi gewasset 9 299 II. Monadnock from Wachu- set 9 423 Mourning Veil, The, H. B. Stowe... .1 63 Moving, M. A. Dodge 10 81 Mozart, C. Thaxter 30 583 *Mozleys Reminiscences, H. E. Scudder 50 409 Mr. Axtell, S. J. Prichard .10 148, 312, 432, 552, 721; 11 58 Mr. Bruce, S. 0. .Jewett 24 701 Mr. Hosea Biglows Speech in March Meeting, f. R. Lowell. .17 635 Mr. Hosea Biglow to the Editor of the Atlantic Monthly, J. B. Lowell 15 501 *Mr. Isaacs, and other Novels: Mr. Isaacs; Divorce; The Modern Hagar; Luser the Watchmaker, C. P. Lathrop 51 408 Mr. Martins Disappointments, S. W. Weston 12 281 *Mr. Vaughans Heir (Frank Lee Benedict), T. S. Perry 36 111 Mr. Washington Adams in Eng- land, B. C. ....... .51 789; 52 94 Mr. Washington Adams, A Sequel to, R. C. White 53 108 *Mrs. Beauchamp Brown (Jane G. Austin), H. E. Scudder 46 416 Mrs. Johnson, W. D. Howells 21 97 Mrs. Lewis, C. A. Hopkinson. .12 369, 453, 556 Mrs. McWilliams and the Light- nmg, S. L. Clemens 46 380 *(Miiller, Max) Lectures on the Science of Language, J. B. Lowell 9 140 *Second Series, T. W. Higgin son 16 128 *Mijller, Max, and Darwinism, J. Fiske 31 379 *Muhlenberg, Dr., II. E. Scudder. .46 564 Mulberries, The, W. D. Howells... .27 377 Mulford, Elisha *Henry James 55 702 The Object of a University 58 747 Mulford, Elisha, H. E. Scudder.... 57 362 Mulford, Prentice A Hunt for Smugglers 31 202 Mull, Around, M. S. Cummins. .16 11, 167 *Mummies and Moslems (C. D. Warner), W. D. Howells 38 108 Mummy, The, C. de 1. Montagnie. .60 225 Mundy, Arthur Joseph *Hector Berlioz 45 699 Municipal Extravagance, A. B. Ellis 52 84 Municipal Indebtedness, C. Hale... 38 661 Munkittrick, R. K. Ghosts 55 371 Contrast 55 820 Murder of the Innocents, The, T. W. Higginson 4 345 Murfree, Mary Noaliles. (Charles Egbert Craddock, pseud.) The Dancin Party at Harrison~ s Cove 41 576 The Star in the Valley 42 532 Electioneerin on Big Injun Mount ing 45 99 The Romance of Sunrise Rock.. .46 775 Over on the Tother Mounting. .47 737 The Harnt that walks Chil howee 51 660 A-Playin of Old Sledge at the Settlemint 52 544 Drifting Down Lost Creek. .53 362,441 The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains.. .55 1, 186, 289, 433, 601, 744 The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains 56 31, 244 In the Clouds 57 1, 200, 389, 517, 669, 816 58 113, 243, 386, 519, 666, 829 The Despot of Broomsedge Cove .61 95, 194, 366, 532, 661, 813 62 68, 230, 398, 536, 674, 808 Murillos Immaculate Conception, D. Cray 26 599 Murphy, Lady Blanche An Englishwoman in the New England Hill Country 46 238 Murray, William Henry Harrison A Ride with a Mad Horse in a Freight Car 23 503 *Murska, JIma di, W. F. Apthorp .33 124 Muse, To the, J. B. Lowell 5 310 *Music: MModies Populaires de Grl~ce et dOrient; Souvenirs dune Mission Musicale en Gr~ce et en Orient; Conf~rence sur la Modalit~ dans la Musique Grecque, W. F. Apt horp 46 410 147 Music My *Music, National College of, W. F. Apt hoip 31 376 *Music, New, W. F. Apthorp. .29 120, 249, 379, 380, 766 30, 122, 502 31 117, 376, 630 32 635 33 127, 256, 512, 634, 759 34 757 35 381, 636 36 256, 382 37 252, 512, 636 38 639, 764 Music, Our Dark Age in, I. S. Dwight 50 813 *Music, The History of the Science and Art of: Its Origin, Devel- opment, and Progress (Robert Challoner), W. F. Apthorp.... 47 431 Music, The Intellectual Influence of, J. S. Dwight 26 614 Music, The Nature of, R. G. White .42 749 *Music, The Philosophy of (William Pole), W. F. Apthorp 44 684 *Musical Composers and their Works (Sarah Tytler), W. F. Apt ho rp 36 256 *Musical Education and Popular Coucerts, W. F. Apthorp 29 118 Musical Festival, A Welsh, J. 1?. Dix 1544 *Musical Terms, A Dictionary of (J. A. Stainer and W. A. Bar- rett, eds.), W. F. Apthorp.... 39 254 Music a Means of Culture, J. S. Dwight 26 321 *Music and Morals (H. R. Haweis), W. F. Apt ho rp 30 625 *Music and Musicians, Recent (Ig- natz Mosehelles; A. D. Cole- ridge, trans), Z. F. Peirce. . .. .33 112 Musician, The, L. P. Hale 12 82 Musicians and Music Lovers, W. F. Apthorp 43 145 Music to Hymn by J. G. Whittier, J. K. Paine 37 744 *Muskingum Legends (Stephen Powers) 29 366 *Muskoka, Letters from, W. D. Howells 42 778 *Musset, Alfred de (Paul Lindau), 7. S. Perry. 40 119 *Musset, Alfred de, Biographie de, Sa Vie et ses ~Euvres (P. de Musset), T. S. Perry 40 119 *M,isset, Alfred de, Selections from the Prose and Poetry of, II. Keeler 26 379 Mussets Grave, At Alfred de 62 834 *Mustee, The ; or, Love and Liberty (B. F. Presbury) .3 652 Mutation, C. Thaxter 40 147 Mutilation of Ancient Texts, The W. S. Liscomb 52 516 My Annual. For the Boys of 29, 0. W. Holmes 17 393 My Aquarium, A. R. Coggeshall. .. .1 426 My Autumn Walk, W. C. Bryant. .15 20 My Aviary, 0. W. Holmes 41 122 My Birthday, J. G. Whittier 28 499 My Book, M. A. Dodge .... .13 90 My Brother and I, J. T. Trowbridge.13 156 *Mycenm (H. Schliemann). 42 512 My Children, J. 0. Holland 2 317 My Comrade and I, J. T. Trow bridge 24 326 My Country, C. E. Woodberry. .. .60 1 My Daphne, A. D. T. Whitney 10 163 My Darlings, A. Cary 22 544 *My Days and Nights on the Bat- tle-Field (Carleton), G. Haven 13 516 My Double; and how He undid Me, E. E. Hale 4 356 My Farm: A Fable, B. Taylor... .18 187 *My Enemys Daughter (Mc Carthy) 25 763 *My Farm of Edgewood (D. G. Mitchell), E. P. Whipple 13 130 My Fatherland, W. C. Lawton 62 463 My Fathers Shipwreck, F. L. Abbott 28 144 My Friend Bingham, H. James, Jr. .19 346 My Friends Library, J. T. Fields... 8 440 My Friend the Watch, C. W. Curtis.11 70 My Garden, M. A. Dodge 9 540 My Garden, .11. W. Emerson 18 665 *My Health (F. C. Burnand) 30 629 My Heathen at Home, J. W. Palmer.18 728 My Hunt after The Captain, 0. W. Holmes 10 738 My Journal to my Cousin Mary, A.L.Otis 1 554,651 My Last Love, E. W 5 135 My Little Boy, M. L. Moody 18 361 My Lost Art, M. D. Conway 10 228 My Love, A. M. Brockway 40 475 *My Marriage, H. E. Scudder 47 713 My Neighbors Ring, S. M. B. Piatt.48 517 My Neighbor, the Prophet, J. W. De Forest 6 309 My Odd Adventure with Junius Brutus Booth, J. F. Clarke 8 296 My Out-Door Study, T. W. Higginson.8 302 My Own Story, E. D. B. Stoddard. .5 526 My Palace, A. Fields 12 417 My Portrait Gallery, J. II. Lowell.. .1 249 My Psalm, J. G. Whittier 4 230 My Railroad Fight in and out of Court, J. A. Coleman 31 610 My Real Estate, B. Torrey 58 496 My Retreat, A. Fields 26 440 118 Myrtle Nat Myrtle Flowers, B. F. Presbury. ... .2 223 *Myrtle Lawn (Robert E. Ballard), H. E. Scudder 46 828 My Second Capture, W. W. Wilt- bank 16 195 My Secretaryship, J. M. Church.. .25 542 My Ship, A. Fields 11 420 My Ship at Sea, R. S. Spofford, Jr. .22 56 My Sparrows, K. Hillard 31 308 Mysterious Disappearances, J. M. Bugbee 44 622 Mysterious Personage, A, J. Neal. .20 658 Mystery, A, J. G. Whittier 31 196 Mystery, The, A. Laiqhton. . . 43 153 *Mystery of Allanwold, The (Mrs. Elizabeth Van Loon), H. E. Scudder 46 828 *Mystery of Life and its Arts, The (Ruskin), C. P. Cranch 25 635 Mystery of Nature, The, T. Tilton .20 349 *My Story (K. S. Macquoid) 35 623 My Study Windows (Lowell), W. D. Howells ... .27 778 *My Summer in a Garden (Warner), W. D. Howells 27 39~ *Myths and Myth-Makers (John Fiske), W. D. Howells 31 241 *Myths of the Barbaric World, J. Fiske 29 61 *Myths of the New World, The (D. G. Brinton), W. D. Howells... 22 509 My Triumph, J. G. 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Owen 33 129 Napoleon, The Man who was to have Assassinated 44 785 Napoleon Bonaparte, The Corre- spondence of, J. Parton 25 712 *Napoleonic Ideas (Prince Napoleon Louis Bonaparte) 4 384 Napoleon the Third, C. C. Haze- well 7 682 *Narrative and Critical History of America (J. Winsor, ed.), H. E. Scudder .57 555 59 273 *Narrative of Privations and Suffer- ings of United States Officers and Soldiers while Prisoners of War in the Hands of Rebel Authorities, T. W. Higginson. .14 777 Nason, Emma Huntington The Tower 23 541 *National Academician, Letter from a, and Comments, C. Cook. ... 34 506 *National Academician, Second let- ter from a, C. Cook 35 248 *National Almanac and Annual Rec- ord for 1863, The 11 272 National Board of Health, The, G. E. Waring, Jr 44 732 *National Bureau of Education, Report of Commissioner Eaton of the, J. D. Philbrick 35 758 *National College of Music, W. F. Apthorp 31 276 National Intelligencer and its Ed- itors, The, C. Lanman 6 470 Nationalism, The Progress of, E. Stanwood 53 701 National Self-Protection, J. Whar ton 36 298 National Vice, A, B. G. White... .46 544 Nationals, their Origin and their Aims, The, J. B. Harrison.... 42 521 Nation of the Willows, The, F. IL Cushing 50 362, 541 ~ Nation, The, and Wards Indian Hunter 30 501 Native of Bornoo, A, C. B. Fox... .20 485 *Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, The. Vols. II., III., IV., V. (Hubert Howe Bancroft), T. S. Perry. .35 G19 36 496 37 245, 494 Nativity, J. T. Trowbridge 47 647 Nat Turners Insurrection, T. W. Higginson 8 173 Natural New Natural History, Methods of Study in, L. Agassiz 9 1, 214, 327, 446, 570, 754 10 87, 325, 571 Natural History of Politics, The, N. S. Shaler 43 302 Natural History of the Peacock, T. W. Parsons 16 310 *Naturalists Guide in collecting and preparing Objects of Natural History, The (May nard) 27 268 *Natiiral Philosophy (Johnson), J. Fiske 31 251 *Natural Science and Religion (Asa Gray), J. 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Morris... 15 8~, 165, 316, 464, 613, 673 16 47, 185, 283, 419 *Needlework as Art (Alford), 0. B. Woodberry 58 135 Neglected Poet, A, C. E. Wood- berry 45 624 Negro Exodus, The, J. B. Runnion.44 222 Negro Life, The New Departure in, 0. W. Blacknall 52 680 Negro Minstrel, Three Years as a, B. Keeler 24 71 Negro Problem, The, N. S. Shaler .54 696 ~Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880, A History of the (George W. Williams), Vol. I. 16191800, T. W. Higginson. .51 564 Negro Spirituals, T. W. Higgin son ..... 19 685 Neighborhoods of Jerusalem, C. D. Warner 38 418 *Nellys Silver Mine (H. H.), H. E. Scudder 42 779 Nelson, Henry Loomis Some Truths about the Civil Service 51 231 Social Washington 52 818 Nemophily, W. Mitchell 5 21 Nest, The, J. B. Lowell 1 523 *Nestleiiook (Leonard Kip), H. E. Scudder 47 714 *Neue Bilder (Julian Schmidt), 7. S. Perry 32 627 *Neue Tannhauser, Der, T. S. Perry.29 243 Neva, The, B. Taylor 13 713 *Never Again (W. S. Mayo) 31 750 Nevin, Robert P. Stephen C. Foster and Negro Minstrelsy 20 608 *New American Cyclopmdia, The.. .1 766 11 519 New American Polar Expedition and its Hopes, The, T. B. Maury 26 492 *New and the Old, The (J. W. Palmer), 1. B. L eli 4 383 *New Arcadia, The, and other Poems (A. Mary D. F. Robin- son); 0. P. Lathrop 54 121 New Art Critic, A, B. Benson 16 325 New Atlantic Cable, The, G. B. Prescott 10 604 *New Bed-Time Stories (Louise Chandler Moulton), H. B. Scudder 47 124 New Catholic Cathedral in New York, The, C. Cook 43 173 New Chapter of Christian Evi- dences, A, J. F. Clarke 23 304 *New Chemistry, The (Josiah P. Cooke), J. Trowbridge 33 622 Newcomb, J. W. A Story of Thanksgiving-Time.. .3 730 Newcomb, Simon *Popular Astronomy (Mitchel). ... 6 117 New Counterblast, A, T. W. Hig ginson 8 696 New Day, The, F. L. Bushnell 30 597 *New Day, The; a Poem in Songs and Sonnets (R. W. Gilder), W. D. Howells 37 105 160 New New New Departure in the Public Schools The, B. Adams 45 408 New Departure of the Republican Party, H. 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Howells 20 638 New Light, The, C. Spencer 28 604 New Lives of the Old Masters, H. Van Brunt 43 490 *New Observer, A, W. D. How- ells 45 848 New Opposition Party, The, E. P. Whipple 10 377 New Parishioner, A, S. 0. Jewett. .51 475, 759 New Party, The, J. L. Laughlin.. .53 837 Newport, G. P. Lathrop.. .52 60, 211, 348, 474, 609, 763 53 79, 206 *Newport, Early Recollections of (G. C. Channing), T. W. Hig- ginson 21 510 New Portfolio, The, 0. W. Holmes .55 105, 248, 403, 523, 678, 721 56 1, 145, 353, 522,694,836 57 91, 369 58 1 Newport Romance, A, B. Harte.... 28 481 New President, Our, C. G. Came. .23 378 *New Priest in Conception Bay, The (R. T. S. Lowell), G. S. Hillard.2 896 *New Puritan, The: New England Two Hundred Years Ago (J. S. Pike), H. E. Scudder 44 125 *New Republic, The, and other Novels: The New Republic, or Culture, Faith, and Philos.. ophy in an English Country House ; The Sarcasm of Des- tiny; Mirage; Through a Needles Eye ; Lapsed but not Lost; Dosa, H. W. Preston.... 42 188 New Sangreal, The, B. Terry 12 343 New School of Biography, The, M. A. Dodge 14 579 New Sculptor, A, J. W. Howe 10 282 New Sunday, The, J. H. Ward. .. .47 526 News from Olympia, E. C. Stedman.39 159 *News from the Stars, J. Fiske... .30 379 Newspaper Literary Criticism, E. S. Nadal 39 312 *Newspaper Tendencies, Some (Whitelaw Reid) 44 556 *Newspapers and the Courts, A. G. Sedgwiclc 31 252 New Taste in Theatricals, The, W. D. Howelis 23 635 *New Testament, The (Sawyer).... 3 386 *New Timothy, The (W. M. Baker), W. D. Howeils 26 504 KNew Varioruin Edition of Shake- speare : King Lear (Horace Howard Furness, ed.) 45 824 46 111 *New View of Hell, The (B. F. Bar- rett) 29 627 *New West, The; or, California in 1867, 1868 (C. L. Brace), W. D. Howells 24 258 New World, and the New Man, The, D. A. Wasson 2 513 New Wrinkle at Sweet-Brier, The; or, the Drama in Colleges, J. K. Hosmer 30 19 *New Years Masque, A, and other Poems (Edith M. Thomas), H. E. 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Arnando; Henri Bellenger, trans.) 46 562 *Nihilist Princess, A (Gagneur)... 48 568 *Nile Journal, A (T. G. Appleton).38 243 *Nilsson in Opera, W. F. Apthorp. .29 118 *Nimport, H. E. Scudder 40 508 Nixie Maiden, The, L. E. Richards.49 460 No and Yes, T. Tilton 12 315 ~7obility and Gentry, R. C. White. .44 370 152 Noble, Edmund Six Months at Astrakhan 55 792 *England, Russia, and India 56 116 *Stepniak and Russia 56 269 *GeneraL Gordon at Khartoum. .56 415 Life in St. Petersburg 56 825 *Epic Russia 58 704 Up the Neva to Schliisselburg. . .58 792 By River and Road in Russia. ... 60 363 Island Democracy in the Caspian.60 505 A Call on Mother Moscow ,,.... 62 194 Noble, Louis Legrand The Iceberg of Torbay 6 443 Noble, Lulu Gray Implora Pace 5 289 Noble Lady, A, M. L. Henry 52 623 Noble Life, A 17 650 Nocturn, A, E. M. Thomas 56 192 Nocturne, H. P. Spofford 30 526 Nocturne, S. Ward 34 590 Ndel, W. H. Longfellow 16 446 No Failure for the North, F. Way- land, Jr .11 500 Nominating Machines, Our, C. W. Greene 52 323 No News, E. S. Phelps 22 257 Nook of the North, A, C. D. Shanly .7 346 Nooning in Florida, W. W. Harney.33 165 No Ring, A. Cary 27 421 *Nordenskiold, Adolf Erik, The Arctic Voyages of, 18581879, T. S. Perry 46 263 Nordhoff, Charles Elkanah Brewsters Temptation.. .4 710 Norembega, J. C. Whittier 23 662 Norman Conquest, The, C. C. Haze- well 18 461 *Norinandy, Picturesque (Henry Blackburn), C. P. Lathrop. ... 33 111 Norris, Thaddeus. (Ajax T. Lamon, pseud.) About a Barrel of Lard 34 705 *Norseman s Pilgrimage, A (Hjal- mar Hjorth Boyesen), C. P. Lathrop 36 363 *Norse Mythology (R. B. Ander- son), Jhn Blarnason 37 376 Norse Stev, A, H. H. Boyesen 29 210 *Norsk, Lapp, and Finn; or Travel- Tracings from the far North of Europe (Frank Vincent, Jr.), C. G. Leland 48 837 North, Christopher, J. D. Howard. .11 273 North American Birds (Elliott Cones), J. A. Allen 31 746 *Northei.n California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands (Charles Nordhoff), T. S. Perry 34 371 Northern Invasions, E. E. Hale.... 13 245 Northern Lights and the Stars, The, F. H. Hedge 4 689 North Novels North Northumbrian Village, A, C. ii. Jackson 34 129 Northwestern Mule and his Driver, The, S. J. Barrows 35 550 North Wind in Autumn, A. Head. .46 675 Norton, Charles Eliot The Manchester Exhibition 1 33 The Indian Revolt 1 217 *The Life of Michael Angelo Buonarotti (Jiarford) 1 510 The Catacombs of Rome .1 513, 674, 813 2 48, 129; Note, 252 *Galleries and. 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Aldrich 61 245 Note on Flaubert, A, T. Child 50 271 Notes of a Pianist, L. ill. Gottschallc.15 177, 350, 573 *Notes of Travel and Study in Italy (C. E. Norton), J. II. Lowell. . .5 629 *Notes of Travel in South-Western Africa (C. J. Andersson), T. S. Perry 37 498 Notes on Domestic Architecture, J. E. Cabot 1 257 *Notes on England (H. Tame), W. D. Howells 30 240 *Notes sur lAngleterre (H. Tame), T. S. Perry 29 370 No Time Like the Old Time, 0. W. Holmes 16 398 Not Mute, but Inglorious, J. K. Wet herill 54 392 Notre Dame and the Advent of Gothic Architecture, E. Ben son 22 212 Nott, Dr., Opinions of the late, re- specting Books, Studies, and Orators, E. D. Sanborn 20 527 Not Yet, My Soul, ft. L. Steven son 46 459 *Nommveammx Lundis (Sainte-Beuve), T. S. Perry 29 755 *Nouveaux M~langes Arch~ologiques (Cahier), C. Cook 33 504 *Nouvelles Asiatiques (Comte de Gobineau), T. S. Perry 39 760 *Noiivelles Russes (Henry Greville), T. S. Perry 42 301 Novalis and the Blue Flower. The Romantic School in Germany, II. H. Boyesen 36 689 Nova Scotia, The Gold-Fields of, A. Gilnmen 13 576 Novel, Growth of the, G. P. La throp 33 684 Novel and its Future, The, C. P. Lathrop 34 313 *Novels, Five American: By the Tiber; The Tsars Window; A Lazy Mans Work; A Fair Barbarian; A Nameless Noble- nian, H. E. Scudder 47 860 Novels, Four: Trajan; A Carpet Knight; Pilot Fortune ; The Duchess Emilia, H. E. Scudder .55 846 163 Novels Ode *Novels, Four: Saracinesca; The Story of a New York House; The Yoke of the Thorah; Be- hind the Blue Ridge, H. E. Scudder 60 413 *Novels, Recent: Probation; Hope Mills; Irene the Missionary; Young Mrs. Jardine; Figs and Thistles; Ang~les Fortune; Old Friends and New, H. E. Scudder 45 678 *Novels, Recent American : As it may happen; The Virginians in Texas; The Bohemian Tritons; Philoml~nes Mar- riages; Cousin Pollys Gold Mine; Captain Nelson; Stories from an Old Dutch Town; Signing the Contract and What it Cost ; An International Episode, H. W. Preston 43 751 *Novels, Reccnt: The Secret of the Andes; The Puritan and the Quaker; Falconberg; The First Violin; Airy Fairy Lil- ian; Kathleen Mavourneen, Theo, Pretty Polly Pemberton; Markof, the Russian Violinist; The ColoneVs Opera Cloak, H. W. Preston 44 361 *Novels, Some Recent: Zachariali the Congressman; Her Lady- ship; How She Won Him; The Heart of It; A Doubting Heart; Mademoiselle de Mer- sac; Hal, the Story of a Clod- hopper; A Wayward Woman; Rodman the Keeper; Captain Fracasse; Confidence, 7. S. Perry 46 121 *Novels, Some Recent: A Romance of the Nineteenth Century ; A Gentleman of Leisure; Baby Rue ; Friends : a Duet ; A Nihilist Princess ; Synnbve Solbakken, L. Henry and an other 48 560 *Novels, Two American: The Wind of Destiny ; The Late Mrs. Null, H. E. Scudder 58 131 *Novels by Women, Recent: In the Clouds ; East Angels ; Prin- cess; A Step Aside, H. E. Scud der 59 265 Novels of George Eliot, The, II. James, Jr 18 479 November 2 737 November, J. M. Thompson 34 658 November, C. L. Cleareland 40 585 November April, S. Longfellow... 2 177 November Chronicle, A, B. Torrey .62 589 November Pastoral, A, B. Taylor. .26 626 Noyes, Charles Hume The Prodigal 39 311 *(Noyes, James 0.) Roumania, the Border Land of the Christian and the Turk 1 381 *Nugamenta (G. E. Rice) 5 757 Nun and Harp, The, H. P. Spofford.36 281 Nuremberg, C. B. Martin 30 304 Nursery Blarney-Stone, The, W. Mitchell 5 341 Nursery Classics in School, H. E. Scudder 59 800 0-Be-Joyful Creek and Poverty Gulch, H. M. Jackson 52 753 Objections to the Sea, Some, C. D. Shanly 32 482 Object of a University, The, E. Mulford 58 747 *Oblivion (M. G. MeClelland), H. E. Scudder 57 269 *(Oblomoff) Scenes de la Vie Russe (Goutcharoff, Piotre Artamoff, trans. ; Charles Deulin, ed.), T. S. Perry 42 297 OBrien, Fitz-James The Diamond Lens 1 354 The Wondersniith 4 463 *Obsolescence of the Political Law- yer, A. G. Sedywick 39 515 Obsolete Fine Gentleman, An, W. D. Howeils 36 98 *Oceana; or, England and her Colonies (Froude), G. E. Wood- berry 57 696 Ocean Steamer, The, C. P. Cranch .43 616 OConnor, William Douglas To Fanny 27 161 *Octagon Club, The (E. M. H.), H. E. Scudder 46 836 October, H. M. Jackson 38 430 October Days, S. Baxter 36 463 October to May, E. A. C. A kers. ... 4 294 *Odd, or Even? (A. D. T.Whitney), H. E. Scudder 46 412 Odd Adventure with Junius Brutus Booth, My, J. F. Clarke 8 296 Odds and Ends from the Old World, C. Ruftini 3 423 Ode for the Fourth of July, 1876, An, J. I?. Lowell 38 740 *Ode of Life, The (Robert Morris), G.P. Lathrop 46 702 Ode read at the Concord Centennial, J. R. Lowell 35 730 Ode read at the Margaret Fuller Ossoli Festival, C. P. Cranch. .26 231 Ode recited at the Harvard Com- memoration, July 21, 1865, J. R. Lowell 16 364 154 Ode Old Ode to Happiness, J. R. Lowell .8 365 Odin, The Wraith of, II. W. Long fellow 12 17 *Odyssey of Homer, The (William Cullen Bryant, trans.), E. C. Stedman) 29 619 *Odyssey of Homer, Translation of the (G. H. Palmer), T. W. Higginson 54 559 ~Edipus, M. L. Tincicer 50 764 *Offenbachs Music aad Success, W. F. Apthorp 29 509 *Office and Duty of a Christian Pas- tor, The (Stephen H. Tyng)... 34 240 Officers Journal, Leaves from an, T. W. Higginson 14 521, 740 15 65 *Offlci~d Journalism and other Journalism, A. G. Sedgwick.. .29 383 Off Shore, C. Thaxter 10 292 *Off the Skelligs (Jean Ingelow). .31 358 Of One who is Deaf, E. M. Thomas.60 835 Ogre of Ha ha Bay, The, A. French.56 505 Ohio, The Pioneers of, I?. King.... 62 559 *Ohjo in the War (Whitelaw Reid), W. D. Howells 21 252 Old Age, R. W. Emerson 9 13~I *Old and New (John Addington Symonds), G. P. Lathrop 46 702 Old Bachelor, Some Account of the Early Life of an, A. ill. Diaz. .13 560 Old Bankers of Florence, The, H. T. Tuckerman 24 629 *Old Battle-Ground, The (Trow- bridge), J. R. Lowell 6 376 Old Book, An, Rebecca Moore 60 355 Old Bridge at Florence, The, H. W. Longfellow 35 15 Old Burying-Ground, The, J. G. Whittier 1 455 Old Burying-Ground, The, J. T. Trowbridge 35 173 Old Cambridge. At the Dinner in Memorial Hall, July 3, 1875, 0. W. Holmes 36 237 *Old Creole Days, and other Novels: Old Creole Days; Sarah de Berenger; A Mans a Man for a that; Moondyne; The Fel- meres; Sealed Orders; Delicia; An Ernest Trifler, H. W. Pres ton 45 Old Days and the New, The, C. P. Cranch 6 Old Dominion, In the, F. C. Bay lor 52 *Old England (Hoppin) 20 Old English Guilds and Trade Unions, J. H. A. Bone 39 Old English Home, An, E. L. Lin ton 32 44 441 242 127 278 47 155 Oldest Friend, Our. Read to The Boys of 29, Jan. 5, 1865, 0. W. Holmes 15 340 Old-Fashioned Ghost Stories, H. B. King 40 461 *OldFnshioned Girl, An (L. M. Al cott) 25 752 Old Fort Chartres, E. C. Mason. .49 618 *Old Friends and New (5. 0. Jewett), H. E. Scudder 45 685 Old Friend with a New Face, An, E. L. Linton 30 316 Old Garden and other Verses, The (Margaret Deland), C. E. Woodberry 59 414 Old Grave, The 39 194 Old Hickory, Two Years with, Thos. H. Clay 60 187 Old Homestead, The, W. D. How ells 7 213 Old House, The, A. Cary 15 213 *Old Kensington (Miss Thackeray), C. P. Lathrop 32 371 *Old Landmarks of Boston (S. A. Drake) 31 364 Old Lobsterman, The. Cape Ama- del, Kennebunkport, J. T. Trowbridge 36 175 Old Man of the Mountain, The, J. T. Trowbridge 42 23 Old Mans Idyl, An, R. Realf 17 266 Old Masters in the Louvre, and Modern Art, The, E. Benson. .21 111 *Oh1 Mexico and her Lost Provinces (William Henry Bishop), G. E. Woodberry 52 833 Old Mirror, The, E. Fawcett 39 142 Old New England Divine, An, K. C. Wells 54 247 *Old New England Traits (George Lunt), W. D. Howells 32 372 *Old New York from the Battery to Bloorningdale (Etchings 1)y Eliza Greatorex), W. P. P. Longfellow 36 761 Old Papers, H. H. Browriell 4 442 Old Philadelphia Library, The, f. Ill. Reade, Jr 21 299 Old Poet and his Wife, The, H. P. Sppjord 37 532 *Oldport Days (Thomas Weutworth Higginson), C. P. Cranch 33 108 Oldport in Winter, T. W. Higgin son 19 612 Oldport Wharves, T. W. Higgin son 21 61 Old R~gime in the Old Dominion, The, C. C. Eggleston 36 603 Old Road, An, B. Torre~, 60 692 Old Salem Shops, H. L. Bates 54 309 Old Sexton, The, A. L. Carlton. .. .33 429 Old On Old Shoes, On a Pair of, C. ~T. Sprague 16 360 *Old Slip Warehouse (Mary A. IDenison), H. W. Preston. .... 43 172 Old Song, An, H. P. Spofford 42 631 Old South Church, In the, J. G. Whittier 40 614 01d State House of Pennsylvania, now known as the Hall of In- dependence, An Historical Ac- count of the (Etting), H. E. Scudder 39 244 Old Story, The, A. Cary .20 199 Old Surprise, The, E. E. Comstock.32 392 Old-Time Grievance, An, E. Stan- wood 56 627 Old-Time Oriental Trade, W. L. Fawcett 36 468 *Old Times in the Colonies (C. C. Coffin), H. E. Scudder... . ... 47 125 Old Times on the Mississippi, S. L. Clemens .35 69, 217, 283, 446,567, 721 36 190 Oldtown Fireside Stories, H. B. Stowe. The Ghost in the Mill 25 688 The Widows Bandbox 26 62 Mis Elderkins Pitcher. .. .26 157 Colonel Ephs Shoe-Buckles... 26 424 Captain Kidds Money 26 522 The Ghost in the Capn Brown House 26 654 *Oldtown Fireside Stories (Harriet Beecher Stowe) 29 365 Old Trees, J. S. Barry 34 676 Old War Horse to a Young Politi cian, An, W. McElroy 45 761 53 780 Old Well, The 2 605 Old Womans Gossip, F. A. Kemble .36 152, 282, 444, 583, 722 37 76, 198, 316, 450, 591,711 38 32, 185, 330, 431, 602, 705 39 73, 209, 342,432 *Old World in its New Face, The (Henry W. Bellows), W. D. Howells 22 127 Old-Year Song, An, 0. W. Holmes. .33 101 Oleander Tree, The. A Story of the British Press-Gang, E. E. Ford 36 420 Oliphant, Margaret Oliphant Wilson A Country Gentleman. .56 54, 177, 324, 484, 609, 769 A Country Gentleman 57 99,230 (With T. B. Aldrich) The Second Son 59 1, 145, 324, 449, 682, 804 60 44, 173, 300,487, 655, 734 61 57, 165 Oliphant, Mrs., H. W. Preston 55 733 Oliver, Marshall Four Months on the Stage 21 225 A Wish 31 16 Oliver Twist, E. P. Whipple 38 474 *Olivia Raleigh (W. W. F. Synge) .41 551 *Ollanta (Clements L. Markham, trans~) 29 502 *(Olmstead, Frederick Law) A Journey in the Back-Country, J. R. Lowell 6 635 Olney, Ellen Warner One Too Many 42 129 Au Sericux 46 329 Olympus and Asgard, B. W. Ball. .3 1 Omar Khayyim, 0. R. Tomson.... 60 486 *Omar Khayy~hn, the Astronomer- Poet of Persia, Rub~iiy~it of (Edward Fitzgerald, trans.), T.B.Aldrich 41 422 OMeara, Kathleen Madame Mohl, her Salon and her Friends 55 67, 169, 318, 477, 626 Omens, E. M. Thomas 52 643 On a Certain Condescension in For- eigners, J. B. Lowell 23 82 On a great Man whose mind is clouding, E. C. Stedman 49 399 On a Late ~Jendue, J. E. Babson. .14 400 On a Marble by iDubois, H. B. Sar gent 19 358 On an Intaglio Head of Minerva, T. B. Aldrich 32 165 On an Old Latin Text-Book, T. W. Higginson 28 434 On a Pair of Spectacles, J. E. Bab son 21 534 *On a Pincushion, and other Fairy Tales (Mary de Morgan), H. E. Scudder 41 137 On Board the Seventy-Six, J. B. Lowell 15 107 *On Both Sides (Frances Courtenay Baylor), H. E. Scudder 57 266 Once and Now 4 320 Once More. Class of 29. 0. W. Holmes 21 430 One Behind Time, J. J. Piatt 34 422 One Day Solitary, J. T. Trowbridge.31 75 One of My Clients, J. Eddy 10 657 One of the Thirty Pieces, W. H. Bishop 37 43 One Out-of-Doors, S. M. B. Piatt. .42 682 *One Summer (Blanche Willis Howard), H. W. Preston 41 493 One too Many, E. W. Olney 42 129 One Woman, T. B. Aldrich 51 386 On First Reading Landors Hel- lenics, H. G. Cone. 55 185 On Horseback, C. D. Warner. .56 88, 194, 388, 540 On Latmos, E. W. Bacleus 44 300 156 On Ornithology On Leucadia when Sappho was Young, A. H. Lows 31 428 *Only a Fiddler (Andersen), W. D. Howells 26 632 Only an Irish Girl, F. B. Perkins. .11 643 On Lynn Terrace, T. B. Aldrich... 44 500 Only Son, An, S. 0. Jewett 52 664 On Picket Duty, L. W. Johnson. ... 13 493 On Re-reading Tennysons Princess, C. P. Cranch 36 78 On Sand Island, S. J. Prichard . .. 39 569 On the Columbia River, F. H. Lud low 14 703 *On the Eve (Ivan Turg~nieff), G. P. Lathrop 32 239 On the Modern Methods of Study- ing Poisons, S. W. Mitchell.. .23 294 On the Ridge, C. F. Guernsey 32 656 On Translating the Divina Comme- dia, H. W. Longfellow 14 688 18 11, 273, 544 *On Viol and Flute (Edmund Wil- liam Gosse), U. P. Lathrop. .. .51 843 *Opening a Chestnut Burr (E. P. Roe), H. W. Preston 34 748 Open Letters from New York, W. H. Bishop... .41 91,236,353,529, 782 42 91 *Open Polar Sea, The (I. I. Hayes), W. D. Howells 19 511 *Op~ra Bouffe iii General, W. F. Apt ho rp 29 508 Opinions of the Late Dr. Nott re- specting Books, Studies, and Orators, E. D. Sanborn 20 527 Opium Habit, with Suggestions as to the Remedy, The 22 626 Oppenheim, Isabelle A House of Dreams on a Wooded Hill 46 475 *Opposing Candidates and their Characteristics, The, F. B. San- born 30 255 Opposition to Lincoln in 1864, The, U. Welles 41 366 Oppressive Taxation and its Remedy, B. Adams 42 761 Oppressive Taxation of the Poor, B. Adams 42 632 *Oration on General Thomas (James A. Garfield), W. D. Howells... 28 124 *Orchestral Music in our Theatres, W. F. Apthorp 30 635 Ordeal by Battle, The, T. W. Hig ginson 8 88 Order for a Picture, An, A. Cary.. .9 684 *Ordnance and Armor, A Treatise on (Holley), T. W. Higgin son 16 126 Oregon, Chance Days in, H. M. Jackson 51 115 Oregon, On Horseback into, F. H. Ludlow 14 75 *Oregon Trail, The; Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life (Francis Parkman), W. D. Howells 30 489 OReilly, John Boyle Macanus the Monk 36 672 The Songs that are not Sung.... 52 703 Organization of Labor: its Aggres- sive Phases, Ii. J. Hinton.... .27 544 *Organization of Labor (F. Le Play; Gouverneur Emerson, trans.).. 30 626 *Orient, L (Th~ophile Gautier), T. S. Perry 41 812 *Oriental and Linguistic Studies, Second Series (W. D. Whit- ney), T. S. Perry 35 243 *Oriemmtal Religions and their Rela- tions to Universal Religion, China (Samuel Johnson), S. Longfellow 41 397 *Oriental Religions and their Rela- tion to Universal Religion, Persia (Samuel Johnson), 0. B. Frothingham 55 270 Originality, D. A. Wasson 10 63 Original Memorials of Mrs. Piozzi, C. E. Norton 7 614 *Origin and Development of Reli- gious Belief, The (Baring Gould), H. James 27 271 *Origin and History of the Books of the Bible (C. E. Stowe), M. A. Dodge 21 123 *Origine du Langage, De 1 (Ernest Renan) 13 647 *Origines de la France Contempo- raine, Les (H. Tame), T. S. Perry 37 627 *Origin of Civilization, and Primi- tive Condition of Man, The (Lubbock), N. S. Shaler 27 140 Origin of Crime in Society, R. L. Dugdale 48 452, 735; 49 243 Origin of Didactic Poetry, The, J. R. Lowell 1 110 Origin of Religion, The, F. H. Underwood 47 130 Origin of the Gypsies, The, U. W. Hosmer 17 167 Origin of the Name America, J. Marcou 35 291 Origins of Folk-Lore, The, J. Fiske .27 145 Oriole, R. Terry 30 545 Orion, N. Adams 21 159 *Ormsbys Don Quixote, U. P. La throp . 56 265 *Ornithology and O6logy of New England (Samuels), I. W. Higginson 20 761 157 Orphan Our *Orphan of Pimlico, The, and Other Sketches, Fragments, and Drawings (Thackeray), G. P. Lathrop 37 622 Orton, Jason Rockwood The Trip of the Flying Cloud 4 575 Osborne, 3. D. Literary Life in Paris 12 685 14 200, 292 Osgood, George Laurie Music to Song by G. P. Lathrop .40 476 *Osgood, George L., W. F. Ap thorp 31 249 Osgood, Kate Putnam Lifes Year 34 526 Residue 35 144 Beyond the Prime 38 91 Miller Michel 38 531 An Artists Model 43 602 Osgood, Samuel Books for our Children 16 724 *(Ossoli, Margaret Fuller) Life Without and Life Within 5 507 *Ossoli, Margaret Fuller, Memoirs and Writings of, T. W. Hig ginson 25 251 *0. T. (H. C. Andersen), W. D. Howells 26 383 *Othello, in the Variorum Edition of Shakespeare (Furness), G. E. Woodberrg 58 275 Other Fellow, The, J. W. Dc For est 42 669 *Oubreto, Lis, de Roumanille, F. B6- cher .. .7 372 *Ought we to Visit her? (Annie Edwards) 29 366 Ought Women to learn the Alpha bet? T. W. Higginson 3 137 Onida, H. W. Preston ... .58 47 Our Artists in Italy, P. Alcers. Hiram Powers 5 1 William Page 7 129 Landscape Art 9 162 *Our Autumn Holiday on French Rivers (J. L. Molloy), T. S. Perry 44 653 Our Battle Laureate, 0. W. Holme.q .15 589 Our Birds and their Ways, J. E. Cabot 1 209 *Our Branch and its Tributaries (Sarah E. Heushaw), J. L. Motley 22 75~3 Our Classmate, 0. W. Holmes 13 329 Our Commerce with Cuba, Porto Rico, ~d Mexico, C. C. Andrew 44 81 *Our ConTunon Insects (A. S. Pack- ard, Jr.), S. H. Scudder 33 496 Our Consular Service, G. M. Towle.29 300 Our Country, J. W. Howe 8 506 Our Dark Age in Music, J. S. Dwight 50 813 Our Dead Singer, 0. W. Holmes... 49 721 Our Domestic Relations ; or, How to Treat the Rebel States, C. Sumner 12 507 *Our Early Emigrant Ancestors (From MSS. in the State Paper Department of H. M. Public Record Office, England (J. C. Hotten, ed.), H. E. Scudder 46 126 Our Eyes, and How to Take Care of them, H. W. Williams 27 62, 177, 332, 462, 636 Our First Citizen, 0. W. Holmes... 15 462 Our First Great Painter and his Works, S. Clarke 15 129 Our Four Servants, A. D. Richard son 23 251 Our Future Militia System, T. W. Higginson 16 371 Our General, A. F. Puffer 12 104 Our Inebriates Clussified and Clari- fied, J. W. Palmer 23 477 Our Inebriates Harbored and Helped, J. W. Palmer 24 109 Our Land Policy, G. W. Julian.. .43 325 Our Last Day in Dixie, J. R. Gil- more 14 715 Our Last Year in the Backwoods of Canada, H. B. King 39 287 Our Military Past and Future, J. W. De Forest 44 561 Our Neighbor, H. P. Spqfford 42 51 Our New Neighbors at Ponkapog, T. B. Aldrich 43 85 Our New President, C. G. Came.. .23 378 *Our New Way round the World (Coffin), W. D. Howells 24 257 *Our Next-Door Neighbor: A. Wiii- ter in Mexico (Gilbert Haven), T. S. Perry 36 368 Our Orders, J. W. Howe 8 1 Our Pacific Railroads, J. K. Med bery 20 704 Our Painters, J. Neal.... 22 641 ; 23 337 Our Paris Letter, D. H. Johnson. .22 723 Our Phil, K. F. Dana 24 560 Our Population in 1900, F. A. Walker 32 487 Our Postal Deficiencies, E. H. Der by 23 149 Our Post-Office, G. U. Hubbard.. .35 87 Our Progressive Independence, 0. If. Holmes 13 497 Our River (For a Summer Festival at The Laurels on the Mer- rimack), J. U. Whittier 8 213 Our Roman Catholic Brethren, J. Parton 21 432, 556 158 Our Pacific Our Second Girl, H. B. Stowe 21 50 Our Skater Belle, I. W. De Forest. .3 491 Our Soldiers, H. K. Furness 13 364 Our Talks with Uncle John, E. H. Appleton 2 291 Our Visit to Richmond, J. R. Gil- more 14 372 Our Whispering Gallery, J. T. Fields .27 122, 246, 380, 504, 639, 763 28 106, 222, 358, 501, 624, 750 Our Winter Birds, Mi. Treat. 49 381 *Outbreak of the Rebellion, The (~John G. Nicolay), S. Mi. Quincy 49 407 *Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy (John Fiske), J. B. Warner.. .35 616 *Outlines of the History of the Eng- lish Language (G. L. Craik), J. R. Lowell 4 638 *Outlook in October, 1857, The ... 1 125 *Outof..Door Rhymes (Eliza Sproat Turner) 29 751 Out of the Body to God, R. Terry.. .9 721 *Out of the Depths 4 648 Out of the Question, W. D. Howells .39 195, 317, 447 Out of the Sea, I?. B. Harding 15 533 Out of the Window, N. Perry 29 285 Out on Picket, T. W. Higginson. . .19 271 Out on the Reef, J. Wilder 22 176 Outside Glimpses of English Pov- erty, N. Hawthorne 12 36 Over a Diamond Necklace, Z. Reid.31 179 Over Ilium and Ida, W. J. Arm strong 33 173 *Overlai~d (J. W. Dc Forest) 29 111 Over on the Tother Mounting, Mi. N. Murfree 47 737 Over the Andes, S. Chisholm 54 736 Over the Footlights, C. W. Stod dard 34 168 Over the Hills and Far Away, JV. W. Young 34 292 Over the Teacups, 0. W. Holmes. .61 323 Overtures from Richmond. A New Lilliburlero, F. J. Child 11 134 Owen, Ernest Dale Genesis 44 348 Owen, Robert, at New Lanark. A Chapter of Autobiography, R. D. Owen 31 310 Owen, Robert Dale The Claims to Service or Labor. .12 116 The Convulsionists of St. M~dard.13 209, 339 The Electric Girl of La Per ri~re 14 284 My Student-Life at Hofwyl 15 550 Why the Putkammer Castle was destroyed 16 513 A Chapter of Autobiography.... 31 1 Boy Life in a Scottish Country- Seat 31 146 Robert Owen at New Lanark. ... 31 310 *Dollingers Tables respecting the Popes, and Lectures on the Reunion of the Churches 31 363 Thomas Clarkson and Nicholas of Russia 31 449 Emanuel von Fellenberg and his Self-Governing College 31 585 A German Baron and English Re former 31 730 Educating a Wife 32 52 The Social Experiment at New Harmony 32 224 My Experience of Community Life 32 336 Frances Wright, General Lafay- ette, and Mary Wolistonecraft Shelley 32 448 Interesting People whom I met in London 32 560 Naples under the old Regime.... 33 129 Naples : her Volcano, her People, and her Kings 33 641 An Earnest Sowing of Wild Oats.34 67 How I came to study Spiritual Phenomena 34 578 Some Results from my Spiritual Studies 34 719 Touching Visitants from a Higher Life 35 57 Political Results from the Vario bid 35 660 *(Owen, Robert Dale) The Wrong of Slavery 14 517 *Owlglass, Master Tyll, The Mar- vellous Adventures and Rare Conceits of 5 126 Oxford, Near, N. Hawthorne 8 385 Oxford and Cambridge, I?. C. White 46 385 Oxford in Winter, H. W. Pres ton 52 49 *Oxford Museum, The (Acland and Ruskin), C. E. Norton 4 767 *Pacchiarotto, and other Poems (Robert Browning), H. E. Scudder 38 748 *Paciflc, About the: Bancrofts Alaska Along Alaskas Great River; Japanese Homes and their Surroundings ; Chosdn; Oceana, C. E. Woodherry.. .. 57 690 Pacific, Communication with the, C. C. Coffin 17 333 *Pacific, Poetry of the: Selections and Original Poems ; edited by May Wentworth, W. D. Howells 24 382 169 Pacific Panlatinisme Pacific Railroad Open, The, S. Bowles 23 493, 617, 753 Pacific Railroads, Our, J. K. Med- bery 20 704 Padun, At, W. 12 Howells 20 25 Page, Walter H. Study of an Old Southern Bor- ough 47 648 Page, William, P. A leers 7 129 *Pageant, The, and Other Poems (Christina G. Rossetti), 0. P. Lathrop 49 121 *Page d~Amour, Une (~mile Zola), T. S. Perry 42 303 *Paiges History of Cambridge, f. Holmes 40 85 Paine, John Knowles Music to Hymn by J. G. Whit- tier 37 744 Music to Matin Song by Bayard Taylor 39 110 *Paines Centennial Hymn, W. F. Apt ho rp 38 124 *Paines Oratorio of St. Peter, W. F. Apthorp 31 506 *Paines Oratorio of St. Peter at Portlnnd, Performance of, W. F. Apthorp 32 248 *Paines Symphony, TV. F. Apthorp.37 633 *Paines Symphony, J. Fiske 37 763 Paine, Selma W. The Legend of St. Sophia 41 484 Paine, Thomas, in England and in France, F. Sheldon 4 690 Paines, Tom, First Appearance in America, F. Sheldon 4 565 Paines, Thomas, Second Appear- ance in the United States, F. Sheldon 4 1 Painted Fan, A, E. L. C. Moulton .37 20 Painter, Our First Great, and his Works, S. Clarke 15 129 Painters, Our, J. Neal 22 641 23 337 Painters and Paintings, Boston, W. H. Downes. .62 89, 258, 382, 500, 646, 777 *Pair of Blue Eyes, A (Thomas Har- dy) 32 500 Pair of Old Shoes, On a, C. J. Sprague 16 360 Palace, My A Fields 12 417, *Palacio, Don Diego Garcia de, Carta dirigida al Rey de Espafia, C. E. Norton 7 122 Palatine, The, J. C. Whittier 19 51 *Palestine, Sketches of (E. P. Ham- mond) 39 738 Paifrey, Francis Winthrop *~1e,~oirs of Gen. W. T. Sher- man, by himself 36 245 Palfrey, John Gorham The Regicide Colonels in New England 6 89 The New England Revolution of the Seventeenth Century 13 553 Palfreys and Arnolds Histories, C. E. Ellis 3 441 Palfrey, Sarah Hammond A Sermon in a Stone 8 310 Katharine Morne 18 559, 697 19 75, 174, 306, ~38, 564 Palingenesis, II. W. Longfellow... .14 19 *Palissy, Bernard, of Saintes, The Life of (Henry Morley) 43 413 Palm and the Pine, The, B. Taylor. .3 230 Palmer, John William Mamoul ; through the Cossitol- lah Kaleidoscope 1 336 A Tiffin of Paragraphs 1 477 Child-Life by the Ganges 1 625 Asirvadam the Brahmin 2 79 Miss Wimples Hoop 2 566, 689 Strange Countries for to see . .4 723 *Palmers White Captive 5 108 *Forest Photographs 5 109 Aunt Judy 18 76 My Heathen at Home 18 728 The Throne of the Golden Foot. .20 453 John Chinaman, M. D 21 257 Petroleum in Burmah 22 404 Our Inebriates Classified and Clarified 23 477 Our Inebriates Harbored and Helped 24 109 Quaff 25 159 BaIA and Bibi: Maiden, Wife, and Mother, in Hindostan 29 286 *(Palmer, John William) The New and the Old, and Up and Down the Irawaddi, J. B. Lowell 4 383 *Editor: Folk-Songs, J. B. Lowell 6 761 *Palmers Odyssey, T. W. Higginson.54 559 *Palmers White Captive, J. W. Palmer 5 108 *Palmerston, Viscount, The Life of Henry John Temple, J. M. Bughee 27 262 *Pampas and Andes, The (N. H. Bishop), W. D. Howells 23 390 Pampenen, An Idyl, T. B. Aldrich.. .7 72 Pan, J. B. Kenyon 55 653 Pandora, B. Taylor 22 507 Panic Terror, C. C. Flazewell 8 492 Pan in Wall Street, A. D. 1867, E. C. Stedman 19 118 *Panizzi, Sir Anthony, The Life and Correspondence of (Louis Fagan), C. E. Woodberry 48 414 *Panlatinisme, Le 7 123 160 Paoli Parsons Paoli, The Land of, B. Taylor.... 22 611 Paper Money Craze of 1786, and Shays Rebellion, The, J. Fislce.58 376 Paper of Caiedle-Ends, A, C. J. Sprague 16 61 *Papill6tos, Las Jasmia de Jacques, F. Bdcher 7 372 *Paraclete, The, H. TV. Preston... .35 746 *Paradise and the Pen (Sciannana), by the Cecilia Club, W. F. Apt harp 35 633 *Paradise Found (Warren), N. S. Shaler 56 126 *Paragraph History of the United States, A, from the Discovery of the Continent to the Present Time (Edward Abbott), H. E. Scudder 36 115 *Paraguay, The History of (Wash- burn), II. Keeler 27 398 Parallel, A, E. Al. Thomas. 51 86 Parallel Roads of Glen Roy, in Scot- land, L. Agassiz .13 723 Paris, Literary Life in, .J. D. Os borne 12 685 14 200, 292 Paris Classical Concerts. . . 53 739 Paris Exposition, An Impressionist at the, T. S. Perry .42 585 Paris Exposition, Round the World at the, W. H. Bishop 43 41 *Parisians, The (Bulwer), W. D. Howells 33 616 *Paris in December, 1851 (T6not) .26 510 Parker, Theodore Henry Ward Beecher 1 862 Parker, Theodore, T. TV. Hiqyinson. .6 449 *Parker, Theodore. A Biography (0. B. Frothingb am), F. B. Sanborn 34 109 *Parker, Theodore, Life and Corre- spondence of (John Weiss), .J. P. Qoincy 18 123 Parker, William The Freedmans Story 17 152, 276 Parkman, Francis The Fleur-de-Lis at Port Royal. .12 30 The Fleur-de-Lis in Florida 12 225 The Spaniard and the Heretic... 12 537 The Vengeance of Dominic de Gourgues 14 530 *Life and Times of Red Jacket (Stone) 19 383 The Founders of Montreal 19 723 *Historical Inquiry cencernino Henry Hudson (J ~M. Read, Jr.) 19 764 *History of New France (Charle voix and Shea) 20 125 *\Iadame Riedesels Letters and Journals (Stone) 21 127 *Charlevoixs History of New France 29 499 Jesuits Mission of Onondaga in 1654 30 687 Early Canadian Miracles and Martyrs 32 84 A Great Deed of Arms 32 691 Sir William Phipss Attack on Quebec 38 719 Wolfe on the Plains of Abraham.54 339 The Battle of Lake George 54 444 The Forests and the Census 55 835 The Discovery of the Rocky Mountains 61 783 *(Parkman, Francis) Count Fron- tenac and New France under Louis XIV 40 496 *France and England in North America, U. E. Ellis 16 505 *The Conspiracy of Pontiac, W. D. Ijowdlls 27 522 *The Discovery of the Great West, TV. D. Ilowells 25 122 *The Oregon Trail, W. D. Howells 30 489 *Montcalm and Wolfe, H. E. Scudder 55 265 *Parkman, Francis (LI. R. Casgrain), TV. D. IloweYs 30 491 Parkmans histories, Mr., W. D. Howells 34 602 Parks, Frank Weatwortlis Crime 53 787 Parks, Luther, Jr. Glimpses of Garibaldi 7 465 *Parlament of Foules, The (Geoffrey Chaucer; T. R. Lounsbury, ed.), A. Guinea. 41 403 *Parleyings with certain People of Importance in their day (Browning), G. E. Woodberry.59 707 Parlor Car, The, W. D. Howells.. .38 290 Parlor Singing, W. Flagy . .24 410 *Parnassus (Ralph Waldo Emer son), H. E. Scudder 35 495 Parsons, George Frederic 1Ionor~ de Balzae 57 834 The Labor Question 58 97 The Saloon in Polities 58 404 The Saloon in Society 59 86 The Decline of Duty 59 624 The Growth of Materialism 60 157 Parsons, Samuel, Jr. Lawn Planting for Winter Effeet.47 690 *Parsoi~s, Theophilus, 1\Iemoir of, by his Son, J. 1?. Lowell 4 132 Parsons, Thomas William The Sculptors Funeral 1 368 Inscription for an Alms-Chest made of Camphor-Wood 3 600 Threnodia 5 588 161 Parsons Partons On a Magnolia Flower 6 287 Dirge for One who fell in Bat- tle 8252 Her Epitaph 12 35 Loves Challenge 12 251 To a Young Girl dying 13 604 Works and Days 14 491 Natural History of the Peacock .16 310 Eleanor in the Empty House. .. .23 591 Ii Guido Rospigliosi 25 43 Aspromonte 25 614 In St. James Park 29 89 Pilgrims Isle 50 518 The Pennyroyal 51 597 Lily of Strath-Farrar 52 400 To a Poet in the City 53 798 The Rose and the Oriole 54 190 On a Photograph received from a Friend in Rome 60 785 *(Parsons, Thomas ~\Tilliain) The First Canticle of the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, TV. D. Howells 20 759 Parsons Horse Race, The, H. B. Stowe 42 470 *Parthenia or the Last Days of Paganism (Mrs. Lee), 0. W. Holmes 1 509 *Partial Portraits (James), G. E. Woodberry 62 564 Parting Day, The, E. Jones 45 194 Parting Hymn, 0. W. Holmes 8 235 Parting of Hector and Andrornache, The. From the Sixth Book of the Iliad, TV. C. Bryant. .. .16 657 Parting of the Ways, The, TV. C. Lawton 48 770 Parton, James Henry Ward Beechers Church. .19 38 Chicago 19 325 History of the Sewing Machine. .19 527 The City of St. Lonis 19 655 The Piano in the United States. .20 82 Cincinnati 20 229 International Copyright 20 430 Among the Workers in Silver.. .20 729 Pittsburg 21. 17 Does it pay to Smoke 7 21 1~9 Our Roman Catholic Brethren.. .21 432, 556 Will the Coming Man drink Wine ?. 22 189 Inebriate Asylums, and a Visit to One 22 385 The Mean Yankees at Home.... 23 61 Popularizing Art 23 348 The Clothes Mania 23 531 The Strikers of the Washing ton Lobby 24 216 Log-Rolling at Washington 24 361 The Small Sins of Congress 24 517 Uncle Sams Treatment of his Servants 24 645 The Pressure upon Congress.... 25 145 Reviving Virginia 25 432 The Correspondence of Napoleon Bonaparte 25 712 Our Israclitish Brethren 26 385 College Days of Thomas Jeffer son 29 16 Jefferson, a Student of Law.... 29 179 Thomas Jefferson, a Virginia Lawyer 29 312 Jefferson in the House of Bur gesses of Virginia 29 395 Jefferson in the Service of Revo lutionary Virginia 29 517 Jefferson in the Continental Con gress. 29 676 Jefferson, a Reformer of Old Vir ginia 30 32 Jefferson, Governor of Virginia. .30 174 Thomas Jefferson as a Sore-Head.30 273 Jefferson, American Minister in France 30 405 Jeffersons Return from France in 1789 30 547 Meeting of Jefferson and Hamil ton 30704 The Cabinet of President Wash ington 31 23 Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State .31 16 The Quarrel of Jefferson and Hamilton 31 235 The Exploits of Edniond Genet in the United States 31 385 The Presidential Campaign of 1796 .31 542 The French Imbroglio of 1798.. .31 641 The Presidential Election of 1800.32 27 The Art of being President gath- ere(l from the Experience of Thomas Jefferson 32 129 President Jeffersons Chief Meas ures 32 298 Thomas Jeffersons Last Years.. .32 393 Voltaires School Pays 47 507 *(Parton, James) Famous Ameri- cans of Rcceiit Times, W. D. Howells 19 636 *Caricatuure and other Comic Art in all Times and Many Lands, W. D. Howells 41 135 *Life of Andrew Jackson, J. R. Lowell 7 381 *Life of Thomas Jefferson, W. D. Howells 34 110 *Smoking and Drinking 22 637 *Topics of the Times 27 654 Partons Life of Voltaire, J. F. Clarke 48 260 162 Pascal Peirce *Pascal, 1~tudes sur (Cousin) 2 637 Pascoe, Charles Byre The Story of the English Maga zines 5~ 364 Pasquin and Pasquinades, C. E. Norton 6 395 Passages from Hawthornes Note- Books, N. Hawthorne.. 17 1, 170, 257, 422,565, 725 18 40, 189, 288, 450, 536, 682 20 15 *Passages from my Autobiography (Lady Morgan), E. Qitincy 3 650 *Passages from the French anti Ital- ian Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, W. D. Ilowells.. .29 624 Passe Rose, A. S. Hardy 62 289, 483, 577, 726 Passing, A. TV. Brotherton 46 37 Passing of the Year, The, H. U. Cone 55 185 Passing the Cataract of the Nile, C. D. Warner 36 1 Passionate Pilgrim, A, H. James, Jr .27 352, 478 *Passionate Pilgrim, The, and other Tales (Henry James, Jr.), W. D. Howells 35 490 *Pastor of the Desert, The, Jean Jaroussean (Eng~ne Pelletan) .30 492 Pastnre Herb and Meadow Swath, S. Kirk 62 511 Patent Office, and how to Repair its Losses, The, W. H. Bab- cock 41 158 Patience, E. Jones 45 548 Patience Dow, A. D. Greene 33 311 *Patience of Hope, The 10 768 Paton, Agnes, pseud. (See Tinoker, Maria Louise) *Patriotic Poems (F. de Haes Janvier) 18 255 Patriotic School-Master, A, H. B. Scudder 36 330 *Patriotism in Poetry and Prose (James E. Murdoch) 15 250 *Patroclns and Penelope (T. A. Dodge), H. C. Lodge 56 132 *Patti, Carlotta, TV. g Apthorp... 30 756 *(Pattison, Mark) Memoirs, H. F. Scudder 56 121 Paul Blecker, R. B. Harding. .11 580, 677 12 5~ *Paulding, James K., The Literary Life of (NY I. Paulding), TV. D. Ho?cells 20 124 Paul Patoff, F. M. Crawford. .59 58, 206, 376, 496, 598, 769 60 92, 226, 375, 539, 624, 813 Paul Reveres Ride, H. TV. Long fellow 7 27 Pauper Question, The, D. 0. Kel logg 51 638 Peabody, Andrew Preston The Study of Greek 53 71 Boston Mobs before the Revolu tion 62 321 Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer Kindergarten -What is it?... 10 586 *Vida de Abran Lincoln (Sarmi ento) 17 252 The Genius of Hawthorne 22 359 *Report on Education (Hoyt).. .26 639 *(Peabody, J. C.) Dantes Hell, Cantos I. to X.; a Literal Translation 1 382 Peace, R. H. Lathrop 41 754 Peace, A. D. T. Whitney 16 237 Peace Autumn, The, J. U. Whit tier 16 545 Peace Democrat, Letter to a, F. Wayland, Jr 12 776 Peach-Blossom, B. Taylor 39 668 Peacock, Natural History of the, T. W. Parsons 16 310 *Pearl of Orrs Island, The (H. B. Stowe), F. P. Whippie 10 126 *Pearls of the Faith ; or, Islams Rosary (Edwin Arnold), U. P. Lathrop 51 420 Peckster Professorship, The, J. P. Qeincy 58 577 *Peculiar (Epes Sargent) 13 126 Pedestrian Tour, A, W. D. How ells 24 591 *Peinture Hollandaise, Histoire de la (Henry Havard), W. P. P. Longfellow 50 120 Peirce, Benjamin: Astronomer, Ma- thematician, 18091880, 0. W. Holmes 46 823 Peirce, Mrs. Zina Fay Cociperative Housekeeping. .22 513, 682 23 29, 161, 286 The Externals of Washington ... 32 701 *Church and State in the United States (Thompson) 32 750 *The Abolition of the State (Engliinder) 32 753 *Recent Music and Muswians (Moseheles) 33 112 *The Voice and how to use it.... 33 115 *The Women of the Arabs (Jes sup) 33 372 *Ten..Minute Talks on all Sorts of Topics (Bnrritt) 33 491 *The Wooing ot (Mrs. Alexan der) 33 618 *Bostoii University Year-Book.. .34 125 *Religion and Science (Le Conte).34 235 *Report of Superintendent of Brooklyn Schools 34 255 163 Peirce Perkins *First Steps in General History (Gilman) 34 256 *Reports of Superintendents in States and Territories 34 637 *Reports of School Superintend- ents in the Middle States and Ohio 35 251 *Thirty..Second Annual Report of the New York City Board of Education 35 510 *Essays on Educational Reforms (Quick) 35 637 *Recent School Reports of Bos ton and Chicago 36 510 *Annual Report of the St. Louis Board of Public Schools 36 638 *Education in the Western States.37 126, 252, 636 *Review of School Reports of the Southern States 38 125 *iDoings of the Bodley Family and The Bodleys Telling Stories (Scudder) 40 761 *Pussy Tiptoes Family; Frisk and his Flock; The Little Brown House and the Children who lived in it (Mrs. D. 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Howells 30 487 Pennsylvania Hills to Minnesota Prairies, From, J. T. Trow bridge 25 272 *Pennsylvania Pilgrim, and other Poems, The (John G. Whit tier) 30 628 *Pennsylvania Volunteers, History of, 186165 (Samuel P. Bates).23 388 Pennyroyal, C. P. Cranch 37 344 Pennyroyal, The, T. W. Parsons.. .51 597 Pension Beaurepas, The, H. James, Jr 43 460 Penury not Pauperism, D. 0. Kel logg. 53 771 People for whom Shakespeare Wrote, The, C. D. Warner... .43 729 44 44 *People of the United States, A History of the (John Bach Mc- Master), H. E. Scudder 52 266 56 419 People of whom More might have been Made, Concerning, A. K. H. Boyd 8 425 People who carried Weight in Life, Concerning, A. K. H. Boyd... .8598 Pepacton: A Summer Voyage, J. Burroughs 46 192 Pepita, T. B. Aldrich 45 299 *Pepys, Samuel, Diary and Corre- spondence of (Richard Lord Braybrooke and Mynors Bright, eds.), G. E. Woodber ry 55 273 Percival, C. U. Shepard 4 59 *Percival, Life and Letters of (Julius H. Ward), W. D. How ells 19 127 Percy, Florence, pseud. (See Akers, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Chase) Perdita, W. Winter 59 197 Pbre Antoine, V. D. Scudder .... 52 498 Pare Antoines Date-Palm. A Le- gend of New Orleans, T. B. Aldrich 9 778 *Perfect Life, The (William Ellery Channing), F. B. Sanborn 32 102 Pericles and President L4acoln, H. M. Alden 11 382 Perilous Bivouac, A, C. D. Shanly. .2 170 Perkins, Charles Enoch *The Antelope and Deer of Amer ica (Caton) 41 401 Perkins, Frederick Beecher The Librarians Story 1 397 Only an Irish Girl 11 643 Childhood: a Study 18 385 Perkins, James Breck Th~ophile Gautier 59 290 Madame Necker 61 234 164 Perkins Perry Perkins, Samuel Cony California as a Vineland 13 600 Perpetuity of Song, The, J. T. Fields 46 328 Perpignan to Montserrat, From, B. Taylor 20 495 Perplexed, C. M. A. Winslow 37 710 Perry Nora After the Ball 4 28 Magdalena 4 721 In June 25 680 Out of the Window 29 285 The Romance of the Rose 34 431 Cressid 55 476 Roses 56 115 Perry, Thomas Sergeant *Tausei~d Sedan (Alexis Pi- semski) 27 265 *Bilder aus dam gaisti~,en Leben unserer Zeit (Schmidt) 27 525 29 114 *Heines Leben und Werke 27 525 *Letzta Gedichte und Gedanken von Heinrich Haine 27 525 *Leitfaden zur Gesehiclite der Deutschen Literatur 27 525 *Voltaire (Strauss) 27 775 *Aus Russlands Vergangenheit. .27 775 *Hegal (Kdstlin) 27 775 *Nal~es und Fames (Hackliindar).27 775 *Vollst~indiga Gaschichta des deutsch-franz6sischen Kriages von 1870 (Hohenthal) 27 775 *Joseph Noirel (Charbuliez) .. .29 113 *Halana (Tourgenef) 29 114 *Portrats und Studiau (Gotts chall) 29 117 Otto Ludwig, Shakespeare-Stu dien 29 242 *Fritz Ellrodt (Gutzkow) 29 243 *Der nene Taunhijuser 29 243 *La Clique Dor~e (Gaborian).... 29 243 *La Riforme Intellectuelle et Morale (Renan) 29 369 *Notes sur lAngleterre (Tame) .29 370 *Tableaux de Si~ge (Gautier).. .29 371 *Le Drama der V~suve (Beuk) .29 371 *Die Grossen Piano-forten Vir- tuosen unserer Zeit 29 371 *Histoire de lThternationale (Villetard) 29 503 *Darstellungen aus der Sitten Ge- schiclite Horns (Friedhinder). .29 504 *Schopenhauer..Lexicon (Frauen stadt) 29 504 *llistoire dii Pl~biscite (Erek maun-Chatrian) 29 628 *Consolation (Feydeau) 29 628 *Moralistes et Philosophes (Franck) 29 629 *Aspasie de Milet (Fouqni~res) .29 629 165 *Goethe in seinem Verhiiltnisse zur Musik (Bock) 29 629 *Gasammalta Philosophiseha Ab- handlungen zur Philosophie des Unbewusstcn (Hartmann) .29 629 *iDen Frernsynte (Jonas Lie)... 29 630 *Sainte..Beuves Nouveaux Luii dis 29 755 *Sainte..Beuve (Levallois) 29 755 *Goethe; las ceuvres expliqu~es par la vie (M~zieres). . 29 756 *M~lij~r~ (Lindau) 29 756 *llartmanns Philosophie (Fischer) 29 756 *Journal at Correspondance de Andr& Marie Amplire 30 117 *~h~rn~jidor (Ch. dH~i~icai~lt)... 30 117 *Souvenirs personnels dEmcutes at de Revolutions (Acliard)... 30 118 *Les Jours dEpreuve (Caro)... 30 118 *Jnlie de Tm~cours (Octave Fenillet) 30 118 *Histoire de lEcouoinie Politique des anciens Peuples de lInde, de lFgypte, de la Jud~e, at de la Gr~ce (Du Mesnil-Mamigny).30 118 *])ie Fromme Heh~ne (W. 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M. 1)avis). . .34 115 *Primitive Culture (Tylor) 34 116 *Die Shakespearomaine (Bene dix) 34 118 Julian Schmidt, a German Critic .34 207 *Prophetie Voices concerning America (Sumner) 34 233 *Religion and the State (Hovey).34 239 *La Tentation de Saint Antoine (Flaubert) 34 241 *Les Pleiades (Gobineau) 34 372 *David Friederich Strauss in seinem Leben und seinem Sehriften 34 374 *John Worthingtons Name (Benedict) 34 361 *Northern Californin, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands (Nord hoff) 34 371 Berthold Anerbach 34 433 *A Daughter of Bohemia (Chris tian Reid) 34 493 *Essays in Military Biography (Chesney) 34 495 *Histoire de la Guerre Civile en Am~rique (Comte de Paris).34 503 *Hours in a Library (Stephen). .34 625 *Arctic Experiences (Blake, ed.).34 626 *La Cour et la Yule de Madrid vers la fin du XVII Si~ele (Comtesse dAnlnoy) 34 631 *Deutsehe Rundsehau (Julius Rodenberg, ed.) 34 752 Fritz Renter 35 36 *Tlie Heart of Africa (Sehwein furth) 35 109 *The Sacred Anthology (Con way, ed.) 35 113 *Die Hauptstrbmungen der Lit- eratur des neun Zehuten Jalir hunderts (G. Brandes) 35 115 37 505, 755 *A Ramble round the World (Hubuer) 35 239 *A Free Lance in the Field of Life and Letters (Wilkinson). .35 241 *German Universities (Hart).... 35 242 *Oriental aiid Linguistic Studies: Second Series (Whitney) 35 243 *Die letzte Reckenhiirgerin 35 246 *Maetzners An English Grammar.35 363 Perry Perry *The Life and Death of Joim of Barneveldt (Motley) 35 364 *History of the English Language (Shepherd) 35 371 *Les Arts an Moyen Age et ~ i~poque de la Renaissance (Paul Lacroix) 35 372 *Les Contes Flamands et Wal ions (Lemonnier) 35 373 *Schinidts Bilder aus dem geis- tigen Leben unserer Zeit, Vol. Iv 35 373, 505 William Blake 35 482 *Ismailia (Baker) 35 503 *Social Life in Greece (Mahaffy).35 504 *Baiicrofts Native Races of the Pncific States, Vol. II 35 619 *Livingstons Last Journals 35 626 *Uiie Femme G5nante (G. iDroz).35 628 *Fritz Reuter; scm Leben und seine Werke (Ebert) 35 629 *Hermaiiii and Dorothea in Harts German Classics for American Students 35 741 *Remains of Lost Empires (My ers) 35 742 *Russell s Recollections and Sug gestions 35 745 *Premiers Lundis (C. A. Sainte Beuve) 35 747 *Skizzen aus dem Tagebuche eines Jiigers (Turgeneif) 35 748 *Vaughans Heir (Benedict). ... 36 111 *Histoire dii Costume en France (Quicherat) 36 119 Victor Hugo 36 167 *Our Next-Door Neighbor: a Winter in Mexico 36 368 *Journai dnn Diplomate en Al- lernagne et en Gr~ce (II. d Idevilie) 36 369 *~jadame de Girardin avec des Lettres in~dites de Larnartine, Chateaubriand, Mile. Rachel. .36 370 *Litt~ratnre et Histoire (Lit tr6) 36 371 *The Bona-fide Pocket Dictionary of the French and English Languages 36 384 Arthur Hugh Clough 36 409 *The Native Races of the Pacific States, Vol. III. (Bancroft)... 36 496 *Lettres ~ une autre Inconnue (Prosper M~rim~e) 36 503 *Zeiten, Vblker und Menschen, Vol. II. (Hillebrand) 36 504 *Zwei nene Novellen (Tonrgenef).36 505 *Tlie Harvard Book (Vaille and Clark) 36 502 *Drei Einzige Tochter (Auer bach) 36 507 *The Physicians Wife (Helen King Spangler) 36 630 *Andr& Marie Amp~ire et Jean Jacques 36 630 *Swinburaes Essays and Stud ies 36 756 *Histoire de la Guerre Civile en Ani~rique, III., IV 36 758 *Les Etangs (G. Di.oz) 36 759 *Fnsang; or the Discovery of America by Chinese Priests in the Fifth Century (Leland).. .37 120 *Correspondance in~dite du Roi Stanislas-Anguste Poniatowski et de Madame Geoffrin (Charles de Morey) 37 121 *Jettatrice (Madame Craveii)... 37 239 *Bancrofts Native Races of the Pacific States, Vols. IV. and V.37 245, 494 *Correspondance in~dite de la Comtesse de Sabraii et du Chevalier de Bouffiers 37 246 *LEsprit Nouveau (Edgar Qui net) 37 503 *Hauptstrdmnngen der Literatur des neunzehnten Jahrhundcrts (Brandes) 37 505, 755 Victor Cherbuiiez 37 279 *Govinda Stimanta 37 379 *Tho Life and Adventures of a Quaker among the Indians (Battey) 37 497 *Anderssoiis Notes of Travel in South-Western Africa 37 498 *Life, Letters, and Journals of George Ticknor 37 617 *Les Origines de la France Con temporaine (Tame) 37 627 *A Glimpse at the Art of Japan (Jarves) 37 750 *The Indian Saint (Mills) 37 752 *A Manual of English Literature (Arnold) 37 753 *Zeiten, Vdlker und Mensehen, Vol. III. (Hillebrand) 38 116 *The Religious Sentiment (Brin ton) 38 245 *Tlie Conflict Between Labor and Capital (Bolles) 38 246 *Hopes of the human Race, Here- after and Here (F. P. Cobbe). .38 247 *Froment Jenne et Risler Ain~ (Daudet) 38 248 *Jack (Dandet) 38 249 *Mr. La Purges Landscape 38 251 *Two Chancellors (Klaczko).... 38 366 *A Centennial Commissioner in Europe 38 367 *M~langes et Lettres de X. Don- dan 38 632 167 Perry Perry *Le Serment de Madeleine (C. Deslys) 38 371 *iDie Moderne Oper (Hauslick). .38 372 George Sand 38 444 *The Spur of Monmouth 38 751 *Dialogues et Fragments Philo sophiques (Renan) 38 752 *La Religion de lAvenir (Hart mann) 38 753 *Tl~e Arabs and the Turks (Clark) 39 117 *Rouiid my House (Hamerton). .39 118 *Chroniques Parisiennes (Sainte Beuve) 39 119 *f~tudes Critiques de Litt~rature (Scherer) 39 120 *Der Junge Goethe (Bernays)... 39 121 *Amerikanische Skizzen (Kuortz).39 121 *Les Cahiers de Sainte-Beuve.. .39 121 *Lettres de Mademoiselle de Les pinasse 39 246 *Lettres Intimes de Henri IV.. .39 247 *Romanciers Coutemporains (To pin) 39 248 *Richardson, Rousseau, und Goethe (Erich Schmidt) 39 248 *Histoire de la Litt~rature Con- temporaine en Russie (Cour riere) 39 249 *C. A. Sainte-Beuve, Sa vie et ses ~IEnvres (dHaussonville) 39 250 *Troubadoui.s and Trouv~res, New and Old (H. W. Preston).39 369 *The Gold of Chickaree (Susan and Anna Warner) 39 370 *Tl~e Californians ... .39 371 *Student Life at Harvard 39 373 *Tl~e Art Schools of Medkeval Christendom (A. C. Owen)... 39 378 *Tjn Coin du Monde 39 381 *Les Maitres clAntrefois (Eugbne Fromentin) 39 381 *Les Fran~ais en Arnerique (Chot tean) 39 282 *Corneille Inconnu (Levallois). .39 382 *History of French Literature, Vol. I. (Van Lairn) 39 504 *Stndies in English Literature (John Dennis) 39 505 *La Vita Nuova di Dante Al- lighieri (Carlo Witte) 39 506 *Nach Dreissig Jahren (Aner bach) 39 506 *~uvres de Philar~tc Chasles... 39 508 *Lettres sur les ~tats-Unis et le Canada (Molinari) 39 508 *Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Home) 39 629 *Rambles and Studies in Ancient Greece (Mahaffy) 39 634 *Corresjponclance de H. de Balzac.39 637 Mr. Edward Fitzgeralds Trans lations 39 730 *Russia (D. M. Wallace) 39 757 *Nouvelles Asiatiques (Gobineau).39 760 *LAssoinmoir (Zola) 39 761 *Madcap Violet (Black) 40 110 *Sidonie (Daudet) 40 111 *The Poetical Works of John Keats 40 117 *Van Launs History of French Literature, Vol. II 40 118 *Etruscan Bologna (Biirton).... 40 119 *Biographie de Alfred de Mus set 40 119 *Alfred de Musset (P. Lindau). .40 119 *Terres Vi~rges (Tourgn~neff). .40 122 German Influence in English Lit erature 40 129 *1~es Konmiassime (H. Gnlville) .40 381 *La Princesse Ogh~rof (H. Gr& ville) 40 382 *Trois Contes (Flanhert) 40 382 *Le Blenet (G. Haller) 40 383 *Sturmflut (Spielliagen) 40 383 *Ancient Classics for English Readers (Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Demosthenes).... 40 509 *M~langes et Lettres de X. Dou dan 40 510 *Josh Billings Trump Kards 40 633 *5an7iuel Brohl et Cie (Cher buliez) 40 634 *Geschichte der Europiiischen Staaten; Frankreichs (Hille brand) 40 634 *Flnth und Ebbe (Jensen) 40 635 *Vineta, the Phantom City 40 764 *Hours with Men and Books (Mat thews) 41 265 *Darwin (R. McK. Ormsby).. .. 41 267 *A Manual of Instruction in Latin on the Basis of a Latin Method (Alleii and Greenough) 41 268 *Histoire dun Crime 41 269 *The Two Circuits; a Story of Illinois Life (J. L. Crane)... .41 404 *Chedayne of Kotono 41 406 *Derni~res Pages (George Sand). .41 406 *The Crimea and Transcaucasia (Telfer). 41 549 *IHistory of French Literature, Vol. III. (Van Laun) 41 551 Doudan 41 681 *Lessing (James Sime) 41 803 *The Life of Count Cavour (Ma zade) 41 804 *A Note on Charlotte 1lront~ (Swinhurne) 41 805 *C. A. Sainte-Benve; Correspond ance, Vol. I 41 811 *LOrient (Gautier) 41 812 16A3 Perry Perry Some French Novels: Oblomoff; Sc~nes de Ia vie Russe; Le Nabab; Les Petits Bourgeois; Dosia, Sonia, Nouvelles Russes; Vertu; Une Page d~~~~oi~r.... 42 296 *Carthage and the Carthaginians (H. Bosworth Smith) 42 513 *~tude sur lea Po6sies Lyriques de Goethe (Lichtenberger). . 42 518 *Some Recent Books of Travel: The Voyage of the Challenger; China: a History of the Laws, Manners, and Customs of the People; Constantinople; Canoe- ing in Kanuckia; Voyage of the Paper Caoe ; Upper Egypt : its People and its Pro- ducts ; Transcaucasia and Ararat; The Silver Country; A Trip up the Volga to the Fair of Nijni-Novgorod 42 578 *Tl~e Elements of Rhetoric (De Mule) 42 651 *The Principles of Rhetoric and their Application (A. S. Hill) .42 652 *Samuel Johnson (Leslie Stephen)42 653 *Dr Johnson : his Friends and his Critics (G. B. Hill) 42 654 *Portraits aus dem Neunzehuten Jahrhundert (Julien Schmidt) .42 654 *Bits of Travel at Home (H. H.).42 777 *The Blessed Bees (J. Allen)... 43 126 *Zeiten, Vdlker, und Meusehen), (Hillebrand) 43 126 ~*P~le..M$le (Fr~chette) 43 127 *Echos de Quehec (Legendre). .43 128 *Illustrated History of Ancient Literature, Oriental and Clas- sical (Quackenbos) 43 266 *A History of Roman Literature, from the Earliest Period to the Death of Marcus Aurelius (Cruttwell) 43 267 *Addresses and Orations of Rufus Choate 43 268 *Railroads: their Origin and Prohlems (C. F. Adams, Jr.). .43 269 *Sainte..Beuve: Correspondance, II 43 270 *La Renaissance. ScZines Histor iques (Gobinean) 43 271 *M~langes de Mytholo~ie et de Linguistique (Br~al) 43 272 ~Goethe and Schiller (Boyesen) .43 541 *LId~e de Jean T~terol (Cher bnliez) .. ... 43 548 *Simple Amour (L. Ulbach)... .43 548 *LEtoile de Jean (Uchard) 43 549 *Marier sa Fille (l~1. Gr~ville)... 43 549 *Das Ding an Sich und Andere (P. Heyse) 43 549 169 *Prii~ce Bismareks Letters to his Wife 43 678 *~Uoderii Frenchmen (Hainertou).43 678 *Diderot and the Encyclop~dists (Morley) 43 679 *NVordsworth (Calvert) 43 679 *Recollections of Writers (Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke).... 43 680 *Short History of German Litera ture (Hosmer) 43 680 *New Greece (Sergeant) 43 683 *The Dinner Year Book 43 684 *,Just Hor (Mrs. Whitney) 43 684 *Le Journal dune Femme (Oc tave Fenillet) 43 686 *Bisinarck in the Franco-German War, 1871 (Busch) 43 823 *Correspondance In~dite de Hec- tor Berlioz, 18191868 (Ber nard) 43 825 Recent French and German Es- says: Frankreich und die Fran- zosen; Etudes Biographiques et Litt6rnires; Portraits dii XVIII Siecle 44 230 *Canada under the Administra- tion of the Earl of Dufferin. .. 44 269 *Mountafris in Literature 44 302 *Life and Times of Stein (See Icy) 44 412 *Late Books of Travel: A Sum- mer Jaunt through the Old World; French and Belgians; Spain in Profile; The Round Trip; Travels with a Donkey; A-Saddle in the Wild West; Holidays in Eastern France; Our Autumn Holiday on French Rivers; Dottings Round the Circle 44 649 *Catalogue of the Spanish Library and of the Portuguese Books bequeathed by George Ticknor to the Boston Public Library (Whitney) 44 682 *Un Coin de ha \Tie de Mis~re (Paul Heusy) 44 685 *La Maison des deux Barbeaux (Theuriet) 44 686 *Landohin von Reutersh6fen (Anerhach) 44 686 *Bnrke (John Morley) 44 806 *The Kings Secret 44 807 *~\Ies Haines (Zola) 44 808 *Les Fr~res Zemganno (Edmond de Goncourt) 44 098 *Two New French Novels: Les Rois en Exil; Un Manage Excentrique 45 117 *The Memoirs of Madame de R~musat 45 387 Perry Phelps *A German Agitator and a French iDilletante: Meine Beziehungen zu Ferdinand Lasalle; Lasalles Tod; Th~ophule Gautiers En- tretiens Souvenirs, et Corre spondance 45 392 *Recent German Fiction: Un- terwego; IDer Forstmeister; Und sic kommt doch 45 566 *Zolas Last Novel 45 693 *Some Recent Novels: Zachariah the Congressman; Her Lady- ship; How she won him; The Heart of It; A Doubting Heart; Mademoiselle de Mersac; Hal, the Story of a Clodhopper; A Wayward Woman; Rodman the Keeper; Captain Fracasse; Confidence 46 121 *Scherers Diderot 46 130 *Some Amusing Books of Travel: Tha Arctic Voyages of Adolf Erik Nordenskiold Frozen Asia, a Sketch of Modern Siberia; Columbia and Canada; Four Months in a Sneak-Box; A Ladys Life in the Rocky Mountains; Sunshine and Storm in the East; Sporting Adven- tures in the Far West; Camps in the Caribbees; Search for Winter Sunbeams; A Forbid- den Land; Gleanings from Pontresina and the Upper Engadine; Loiterings in Pleas- ant Paths; Camps and Tramps in the Adirondacks 46 263 *Sir Walter Scott 46 313 *Mr Whites Books 46 427 *A New Book on Nihilism 46 562 *Shakespeare et lAntiquit~ 46 709 *Gray, Collins, and Beattie 46 810 *Zolas Essays 47 116 *Les Deux Masques of Saint-Vic- tor . 47 288 *Recent French and German Essays : Etudes Critiques sur iHistoire tie la Litt~ratnre; X. Dondan, Pens~es, Essais, et Maximes; Six Lectures on the History of German Thought, from the Seven Years War to Goethes Death; Dentsche Lit eraturgeschichte 47418 *War$hips and Navies 47 423 *Two German Novels : Aus einer Kicinen Staut; Brigitta 47 575 Persepolis, F. L. Mace 52 469 Persian Dualism, E. Robins 50 804 Persan Poet, A, T. B. Aldrich. .. .41 421 Persian Poetry, R. W. Emerson 1 724 *Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant (A. D. Richardson), W. D. Howells 22 638 Per Tenebras, Lumina, A. D. T. Whitney 9 68 Peruvian Bark, The Discovery of, H. M. Lyman 53 334 Pescaglia, the Home of a Mad Ar tist, J. J. Jarmes 34 281 Pessimism, G. Smith 45 195 Pessimism, Some Aspects of, A. Rep plier 60 756 *Petermanns Polar Theories, Fail- ure of, J. Fiske 29 251 Petersen, Clemens Danish Society and its Revival. .31 679 *Peter the Great, Emperor of Rus- sia (Eugene Schuyler), H. Tut tie 54 124 Peter the Great and the Eastern Question, The Will of, A. B. Magruder 42 34 Petite Marie and Benezet, H. Jack son 44 170 *Petits Bourgeois, Les (H. de Bal- zac), T. S. Perry 42 299 Petroleum in Burmah, J. W. Palmer.22 404 Petronilla, E. S. Phelps 29 175 *Petrus Martyr, der Geschicht- schreiher des Weltmeeres (H. A. Schumacher) 44 413 Pettibone Lineage, The, J. T. Fields.15 419 Pewee, The, J. T. Trowbridge 12 451 Phantom Chapel, The, J. T. Trow bridge 32 717 Phebe, L. Larcom 30 424 *Pheidias, Essays on the Art of (Waldstein), C. E. Woodberry .57 698 Phelps, Charles Henry Shylock vs. Antonio 57 463 Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart Tenty Scran 6 587 What did she see with 9 18 146 In the Gray Goth 20 559 The Tenth of January 21 345 No News 22 257 Kentuckys Ghost 22 624 A Womans Pulpit 26 11 Petronilla 29 175 Congratulation 33 476 That never was on Sea or Land. .34 410 A Womans Mood 35 41 Going South 37 25 Confession of St. Augustine 37 129 Told in Confidence 37 449 A Plea for Immortality 45 277 What is a Fact 9 46 676 Friends: a Duet. .47 86, 145, 305, 490, 666, 836 48 98 Is God Good? 48 532 170 Phelps Piatt Doctor Zay 49 518, 630, 764 50 28, 206, 325 *(Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart) Beyond the Gates, H. E. Scadder.... 53 138 *Friends: a Duet . ... 48 566 *Hedged In 25 756 *Poetie Studies, W. D. Howells.36 108 *Sealed Orders, H. W. Preston.45 50 *The Story of Avis, H. W. Preston 41 486 Phidias to Pericles, W. W. Story.. .37 152 *Philar& e, Chasles, O~uvres de, Tome I., T. S. Perry .. .39 508 Philbrick, John Dudley *Pr~sssian and American Common School Systems. . . 33 639 *Thirtv..Seventh Annual Report of the Massachusetts Board of Education 34 127 *Pr~issian Normal Schools 34 509 *Higher Female Education in Prussia 35 125 *Compulsory System in Prussia and Saxony .. .35 381 *Report of Commissioner Eaton, National Bureau of Education.35 758 *Philip II. of Spain (Charles nay arr~), TV. D. Howells 19 638 *Philip Nolans Friends (E. E. Hale), G. P. Lathrop 39 370 Philips Death Cell in the Escorial, A. A. Adee 48 136 Philleo, Calvin Wheeler Akin by Marriage 1 94, 229, 279 Philhida and Coridon, B. Torrey... .53 526 Phillips, Barnet Rudolph: a Monograph 26 718 The Thorsdale Telegraphs 38 400 Phillips, George Searle Thomas Carlyle 1 185 Phillips, William Addison Three Interviews with Old John Brown 44 738 *(Philhips, Wendell) Speeches, Lec- tures, and Letters, D. A. Was son 12 792 *Philom~ues Marriages (Henry Greville), H. W. Preston 43 753 *Philosophers and Fools (Julia Duhring) 34 231 Philosophy and Apples, G. P. La throp 46 652 *Philosophy as Absolute Science (E. L. and A. L. Frothiugham), J. P. Quincy 15 251 *Philosophy of English Literature (John Bascom), C. P. La throp 34 367 *Philosophy of International Injus tice, A. G. Sedgwick 29 513 Philter, The, J. A. Dorgan 3 212 171 *Phineas Reaux (Anthony Trol- lope), T. S. Perry 33 617 Phipss, Sir William, Attack on Quebec, F. Parkman 38 719 *Phmbe (Miriam Coles Harris), H. E. Scudder 54 420 Photograph, The, C. P. Cranch. .. .43 617 Photograph Received from a Friend in Rome, On a, T. W. Par Sons 60 785 Physical Courage, 7. W. Higginson .2 728 Physical Future of the American People, C. ill. Beard 43 718 Physical History of the Valley of the Amazons, L. Agassiz. .18 49, 159 Physical Phenomena, A Remark- able Case of, H. A. Willis 22 129 *Physiciaus Wife, The (Helen King Spangler), T. S. Perry 36 630 *Physics and Politics (Walter Bage hot), J. Fiske 31 250 Physiognomy of the Days, The, E. R. Sill 59 52 *Physiology, Animal and Vegetable, A Text-Book of (Henry Goad- by) 2766 Pianist, Notes of a, L. M. Gottschallc.15 177, 350, 573 *Piano and Song (Friedrich Wieck), W. F. Apthorp 36 332 Piano in the United States, The, J. Parton 20 82 *Piano Stools, As to, W. F. Ap thorp 32 759 *Piaoulats dun Reipetit, Les (Veyre), F. Bdcher 7 372 Piatt, John James The Morning Street 3 150 The Lost Genius . . .. .20 228 *Morriss Earthly Paradise, Part III 25 750 *The Method of Shakespeare as an Artist (Ruggles) 26 254 Counterparts. A Lovers Con ceit 34 94 The Moth 34 167 One behind Time 34 422 Forceythe Wilison 35 332 Quick and Dead 36 721 Mr. Stedmans Poetry 41 313 The Children out of Doors 44 97 The Guerdon 49 30 *(Piatt, John James) Landmarks and other Poems 29 367 *Poems in Sunshine and Fire light 17 653 *Western Windows and other Poems 23 520 Piatt, Mrs. Sarah Morgan Bryan To-Day 23 513 A Statue 24 25 Piatt Plains Marble or Dust9 28 414 There was a Rose 29 139 Two Veils 34 215 Enchanted ... 35 74 Calling the Dead 35 395 Folded Hands .. .35 670 The Longest Death-Watch 36 140 That New World 36 426 The Dead Connoisseurs Friends 37 24 The Kings Memento Mon 38 71 The Bird in the Brain 38 202 Giving up the World 38 417 A Flower in a Book 42 768 The House Below the Hill 39 223 The Happier Gift 39 482 A Ghost 40 187 Ah, Chasms and Cliffs of Snow. .40 547 Spring-Song 41 790 One Out-of-Doors .. 42 682 Three Songs: I. Life and Death: II. Engaged too Long: III. Turned Away 43 183 A Lesson in a Picture 44 369 My Neighbors Ring 48 517 The Night-Moths Comment... .49 818 A Call on Sir Walter Raleigh. .51 758 The Gift of Tears 52 232 The Christening 53 779 At the Grave of a Suicide 58 76 Pickens-and-Stealins Rebellion, The, J. R. Lowell 7 757 Pickering, Timothy, H. C. Lodge... 41 739 Pictor Ignotus, M. A. Dodge 13 433 Picture, A (after Wither), H. E. Scudder 10 594 *Picture of St. John, The (Bayard Taylor), W. D. Howells 19 126 Pictures, Something about, H. T. Tucicerman 1 402 *Pictures at Seville and Madrid. .. .4 634 *Pictures at the Exposition, W. H. Bishop 42 707 *Pictures by Wilde, Boughton. J. Appleton Brown, and Mrs. Stiliman, U. James, Jr 35 117 *Pictures in Boston ; Cole, Dan- bigny, and Appleton Brown, H. James, Jr 29 372 *Pictnres in New York Exhibitions, C. P. Cranch 29 374 *Pictures of Old England (R. Pauli) 9 652 *Pictures of Travel (Hans Chris tian Andersen) 29 111 *Pickwickian Pilgrimage, A (John R. G. Hassard), H. E. Scud der 49420 Pierce, Edward Lillie The Contrabands at Fortress Monroe 8 626 The Freedmen at Port Royal... .12 291 Pierce, George Winslow Two Weeks Sport on the Con longe River 32 267 Pierce, Gilbert A. A Good-by to Rip Van Winkle. .52 695 Pierpont, John, J. Neal 18 649 *Pierre le Grand, Testament de. .. .7 123 Pigeons, E. Fawcett 41 421 Pike, Mary Caroline (Sidney Hyde, pseud.) A Kentuckians Share in the Coup d11~tat 26 216 Life at a Little Court 44 478 Pilgrimage to Old Boston, N. Hawthorne 9 88 Pilgrims Isle, T. W. Parsons 50 518 *Pillone (Wilhelm Bergsbe ; D. G. Hubbard, trans.), H. W. Preston 42 702 Pillow-Smoothing Authors, 0. W. Holmes 51 457 *Pilot Fortune (Marian C. L. Reeves and Emily Read), H. E. Scudder 55 848 Pilots Story, The, W. D. Howells. 6 323 Pimpernel, The, C. Thaxter 32 180 Pinchtown Pauper, A, A. C. Gor don 60 326 Pine and the Walnut, The (New- castle, 1862), T. B. Aldrich... 35 531 Pines, In the, W. F. Mayer 3 560 Pines and Sea, The, C. P. Cranch. .36 698 Pines of Eden, The, G. P. Lathrop .43 48 Pink and Blue, A. M. Diaz 7 559 *Pink and White Tyranny (Harriet Beecher Stowe), W. D. How ells 28 377 Pinneys Ranch, At, E. Bellamy.. .60 777 Pintal, J. M. Drake 2 434 *Pioneer Biography and Miscel- lanies, W. D. Howells 28 255 Pioneer Editor, A, J. E. Snodgrass.17 743 Pioneering, C. H. Dall 19 403 Pioneers of Ohio, The, R. King.... 62 559 Piozzi, Mrs., Original Memorials of, C. E. Norton 7 614 Piping Shepherd, The, K. Pyle.... 54 338 Pisa, W. Gibson 34 144 Pisan Winter, A, E. D. I?. Bian ciardi 53 320 Piscium, De, Natura, T. Lyman. . .22 208 Piteblyan, Peter, Chief of the Choc- taws, C. Lanman 25 486 Pittsburg, J. Parton 21 17 Place de la Bastile, D. G. Rossetti. .48 546 Place of Abraham Lincoln in History, The, G. Bancroft 15 757 *Plains of the Great West and their Inhabitants, The, being a De- scription of the Plains, Game, Indians, etc., of the Great North 172 Plaintiff Poems American Desert (Richard Ir ving Dodge) 39 756 Plaintiff Nonsuited, The, J. 0. Cul ver 19 583 Planting of the Apple-Tree, The, W. C. Bryant 13 17 *Play Days, (5. 0. Jewett), H. E. Scudder 42 778 *Playing the Mischief (J. W. Dc Forest), C. P. Lathrop 37 238 Playmate, The, J. G. Whittier 5 547 Plays and Play-Acting, A. Dexter. .10 284 *Plays of Shakespeare (Henry N. Hudson), G. P. Lathrop 30 113 Play-Writing, An Experiment in, J. Kirkland 44 149 *Plea for Art in the House, A (W. J. Loftie), E. Wheelwright.... 39 642 Plea for Culture, A, T. W. Higgin SOn 19 29 Plea for Freedom from Speech, and Figures of Speech-Makers, A, J. R. Lowell 6 740 Plea for Immortality, A, E. S. Phelps 45 277 Plea for Silence, A, H. T. Tucker- man 26 698 Plea for the Afternoon, A, A. B. Blaclcwell 21 385 Plea for the Fijians, A ; or, Can nothing be said in favor of roasting ones equals? F. Lieber .3 342 Pleasants, John McCarty Cicada 50 475 Pleasants, Lucy Lee Faint Heart 43 310 Hannah Dawstons Child 45 362 *Pleasant Talk about Fruits, Flow- ers, and Farming (Henry Ward Beecher) 34 241 Pleasure of the King, The, H. f. (arleton 59 532 Pleasure-Pain, TV. D. Howells 5 468 *Pl~iades, Les (Comte de Gobineau), T. S. Perry 34 372 Pleindes of Connecticut, The, F. Sheldon 15 187 *Plough and the Dollar, The; or the Englishry of a Century Hence (F. Barham Zineke), H. E. Scudder 53 279 Plumly, Benjamin Rush Abdel-Hassan 5 70 Plummer, Mary W. The Divine Right of Kings 49 703 Plunge into Summer, A, S. Baxter. 55 309 *Plutarchs Lives (A. H. Clough, ed.), C. E. Norton 5 110 *Plutarchs Morals (William W. Goodwin) 27 267 Pocket-Celebration of the Fourth, The, J. R. Lowell 2 374 *Poe, Edgar Allan [American Men of Letters] (George E. Wood- berry), H. E. Scudder 55 705 *Poe, Edgar Allan, Life of (William F. Gill), C. P. Lathrop 40 373 Poe, Edgar Allan, The Poetical Works of 2 900 *Poe, Edgar A., The Poetical Works of 4 522 Poes Legendary Years, C. E. Wood- berry 54 814 Poem, A, H. R. Hudson 31 297 *Poems (T. B. Aldrich), TV. D. Howells 18 250 *Poems (Edwin Arnold), C. P. La throp 47 428 *Poes~s (Matthew Arnold) 43 410 *Poems (Author of John Halifax). .5 688 *Poems (William Cullen Bryant). .39 113 *Poems (William Allen Butler).. .29 502 *Poems (Annie E. Clark) 18 255 *Poems (Sydney Dobell) 5 381 *Poems (Julia C. R. Dorr) 29 627 *Poems (Bret Harte), TV. D. How ells .27 392 *Poems (Charles Fenno Hoffman), TV. D. Howells 33 234 *Poems (L. H. Hooper) 27 656 *Poems (H. R. Hudson), TV. D. Howells 34 105 *Poems (Lucy Larcom) 23 136 *Poems (Owen Meredith) 3 772 *Poems (Louise Chandler Moulton), TV. D. Howells 41 630 *Poems (Rose Terry), J. Ii. Lowell. .7 382 *Poems (Rossetti), TV. D. Howells.26 115 *Poems (Celia Thaxter), TV. D. Howells 29 367; 34 745 Poems (Frederick G. Tuekerman). .13 777 *Poems (Jones Very), 0. B. Froth ingham 52 123 *Poems (Sarah Helen Whitman). .43 408 *Poems (Anne Whitney) 4 774 *Poeins, Antique and Modern (Charles Leonard Moore), H. E. Scudder 52 845 *Poems by Two Friends, J. .11. Lowell.5 510 Poem served to Order, A, ~. B. K. June 26, 1873, 0. TV. Holmes. .32 296 *Poems in Company with Children (S. M. B.Piatt), TV. D. How ells 41 631 *Poems in Sunshine and Firelight (John James Piatt) 17 653 *Poems of House and Home (J. J. Piatt) 43 654 *Poems of Many Years and Many Places (~XTilliam Gibson), C. P. Lathrop 47 859 173 Poems Poets *Poems of Mrs. Spofford, Owen Junsly, and Miss Hutchinson, 0. P. Lathrop 49 550 *Poems of Nature (Whittier; E. Kingsley, illustr.), H. E. Scud der 56 710 *Poems of Places (H. W. Long- fellow, ed.), W. D. Howells. .39 375 *Poems of Virgil, The (Allen and Greenough), 1K Everett 34 511 Poet, A, L. 1K Tooker 51 474 *.Poet and his Master, The, and other Poems (R. W. Gilder). .43 409 Poet and his Songs, The, H. W. Long fellow 45 805 Poet at the Breakfast-Table, The, 0. W. Holmes... 29 90, 224, 338, 485, 606, 731 30 98, 225, 352, 426, 513, 720 *Poet at the Breakfast-Table, The (Holmes), W. D. Howells .... 30 745 *Poetical Lot, A, W. D. Howells... 24 382 *Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt, The.1 124 *Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe,The .. .2 900; 4 522 Poetic Element in the Medimyal Drama, The, V. D. Scudder.. .56 407 *Poetic Interpretation of Nature, On (J. C. Shairp) 41 552 *Poetic Localitics of Cambridge (W. J. Stillman, ed.), C. P. Latkrop 36 762 *Poetic Studies (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps), iV. D. Howells 36 108 Poet Keats, The, 211. F. Curtis 2 531 *Poet..Laureate Idyls and other Poems (Adams), C. E. Wood- berry ... .59 412 Poet of Sierra Flat, B. Harte 28 115 Poet, on his Birthday, Ton, A. FieldslS 315 *Poetry, Comedy, and Duty (Ever- ett), G. E. Woodberry 62 835 Poetry for Children. Prince Dorus, and Uncollected Poems (Charles and Mary Lamb), H. E. Scudder 42 516 *Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative, and Satirical, of the Civil War (Richard Grant White, ed.)... 17 774 *Poetry of the Rossettis and others: New Ballads and Sonnets The Pageant and other Poems; Gaspara Stampa; Poems by Oscar Wilde ; A Home Idyl and other Poems; The Le- gend of St. Olafs Kirk; Leaves of Grass, C. P. La throp 49 119 *Poetr.y, Recent: The Poems of Richard Henry Stoddard Poems of Frank 0. Ticknor; Father Ryans Poems ; The Maid of Northumberland; Carlotta; The Legend of St. Olafs Kirk ; The Ode of Life; Old and New; Echoes from the Orient ; Hesperus and other Poems ; Three Friends Fancies; Poems by Sir Samuel Ferguson ; Ultima Thule ; The Iron Gate and other Poems, G. P. Lathrop.. .46 698 *Poetry, Recent: Pearls of the Faith ; Idylls of Norway and other Poems; Monte Rosa The Hill of Stones, and other Poems, G. P. Laihrop 51 420 *Poetry, Recent: The Bay of Seven Islands, and other Poems; Songs of Fair Weather; He and She, or a Poets Port- folio ; Poems, Antique and Modern, H. E. Scudder 52 839 *Poems, Recent: The Cup and the Falcon ; Airs from Arcady and Elsewhere ; The Life and Poems of Theodore Winthrop; The New Arcadia and other Poems; Songs at the Start, C. P. Lathrop s~ 117 *Poetry, Recent: Berries of the Brier ; With Reed and Lyre Poet-Laureate Idyls and other Poems; Songs and Satires In Primrose Time ; The Silver Bridge and other Pocms ; The Cruise of the Mystery and other Poems; The Old Garden and other Poems ; New Songs and Ballads ; Liber Amoris; Arid and Caliban ; In Bohemia, C. E. Woodberry 59 409 *Poetry, Recent English : Joco- seria; On Viol and Flute, G. P. Lathrop 51 840 Poetry, Some New Books of: Mrs. Piatts That New World, and other Poems ; Flower and Thorn; Twenty Poems; The Echo Club and other Literary Diversions ; Lowells Poetical Works, W. D. Howells 39 87 Poets and Birds: a Criticism, H. C. W. Stanton 52 329 *Poets and Poetry of Europe (Long- fellow), W. D. Howells 27 142 *Poets Bazaar, A (Hans Christian Andersen), If. H. Boqesen. .. .28 512 Poets Birds, The, P. Roi son. .. .49 780 *Poets Birds, The (P. Robinson), H. C. W. Stanton 54 398 Poets Friends, The, W. D. Howells. .5 185 174 Poets Popular *Poets of America (Stedman), C. E. Woodherry 57 128 Poets Singing, The, H. MeE. Kim ball 6 207 Poets who only Listen, To the, 0. TV. Holmes 56 265 Poet to his Readers, The, 0. W. Hohn~s 10 118 *Poganne People and Other Novels: Bourbon Lilies; Seola; Poga- nuc People ; Gemini ; The Story of a Mine A Year Worth Living; The Cadet Button ; Esther Pennefather Justines Lovers, H. TV. Pres ton 42 430 *Point..Lace and Diamonds (George A. Baker, Jr.), TV. D. Howells.36 109 Poison of the Rattlesnake, The, S. TV. Mitchell 21 452 Poisons, On the Modern Methods of Studying, S. W. Mitchell... 22 294 Polar Expedition and Its Hopes, The New American, T. B. Maury 26 492 Police Report, TV. D. Houells 49 1 Politeenico, II, C. B. Norton 7 508 *Political and Military Episodes in the Latter Half of the Eight- eenth Century (Edward Bar- rington de Foublanque), H. E. Scudder 37 754 Political Attitude of the South, The, E. V. Smalley 45 817 Political Condition of South Caro- lina, The, B. 0. Townsend. ... 39 177 Political Consequences in England of Coruwalliss Surrender at Yorktown, J. Fiske 57 46 Political Delusion, Our, J. L. Laughlin 55 826 *Political Economy (Francis A. Walker), f. L. Laughlin 52 128 Political Economy and the Civil War, J. L. Laughlin 55 444 Political Economy of Seventy-three Million Dollars, H. D. Lloyd. .50 69 *Political Essays (J. R. Lowell), H. E. Scudder 62 274 Political Field, The, E. V. Smalley 53 124 *Political Novels, Some : Bricks without Straw; A Year of Wreck ; How I found it North and South, together with Marys Statement, H. F. Scud der 47 119 Political Problems, and Conditions of Peace, TV. Davis 12 252 *Political Recollections, 18401872 (George W. Julian), H. 6. Lodge 53 560 *Political Reform, Possibilities of, A. G. Sedywick 31 637 Political Responsibility of the Indi- vidual, ft. ft. Bowker 46 320 Political Results from the Varioloid, ft. 1). Owen 35 660 Political Science, J. L. Laughlin..50 418 Political Situation, The, E. V. Smalley 49 393 *Politics, A new Tendency in, A. G. Sedgwick 29 126 Politics, The Natural History of, N. S. Shaler 43 302 Pomegranate-Flowers, H. F. Pres cott 7 573 Ponkapog to Pesth, From, T. B. Aldrich 39 19; 41 596 *(Pontmartin, Armand de) Les Semaines Litt~raires 9 522 *Pontresina and the Upper Enga- dine, Gleamings from (How- ard Payson Arnold), T. S. Perry 46 268 Poor Chloe. A True Story of Mas- sachusetts iii the Oldeii Time, L. Al. Child 17 352 Poore, Ben Perley Reminiscences of Washington. .. .45 53, 289, 537, 806 46 67, 369, 531, 664, 799 47 234 Poor in Cities, The, C. A. Hopkin son 22 52 Poor Marie, Al. F. Anderson 32 198 Poor Richard, H. Jamnes, Jr 19 694 20 32, 166 Pope, The Old, and the New, TV. C. Lanydon 41 649 *Pope and the Council, The 25 384 Popes Virginia Campaign and Porters Part in It, F. J. Lip- pitt 42 349 *Popular and Classic Entertain- ments, TV. F. Apthorp 33 380 *Popnlar Astronomy (Mitchel), S. Nemccomb 6 117 Popularizing Art, J. Parton 23 348 Popular Lectnre, The, J. G. Hol land 15 362 *Popular Lectnres on Scientific Subjects (H. Helmholtz), .J. Fiske 32 507 *Popular Music of the Olden Time (Chappell) 6 759 *Popnlar Sayings from Old Iberia (Fieldat and Aitiaiche), TV. D. Howells 40 377 *Popular Science, .[. Fieke 29 382 *Popnlar Science Monthly, J. Fiske.29 768 *Popular Tales from the Norse (G. W. Dasent), ft. C. White 4 387 175 Population Prentice Population in 1900, Our, F. A. Walker 32 487 Poros, A Sunday at, E. TV. Felton .49 31 Porter, Annie Miss Martin 43 797 Porter, Noah *Freedoui of Mind in Willing (Hazard) 14 778 *Portfolio, The (Philip Gilbert Hamerton, ed.), W. P. P. Lou qfellow 35 630 *Portfolio, The (Philip Gilbert Hamerton, ad.), W. H. Bishop.42 26 *Portfolio Club Exhibition, IV. P. P. Longfellow 33 507 Portland Fire, Incidents of the, L. D. Sewall 18 356 *Portrats und Studien (Rudolf Gottschall), T. S. Perry 29 114 Portrait, The, I V. S. S 5 427 Portrait of a Lady, The, H. James, Jr 46 585, 740 47 1, 176, 335, 449, 623, 800 48 59, 213, 338, 479, 620, 751 *Portrait of a Lady, The, and Dr. Breens Practice, H. E. Scud der 49 126 *Portrait of Longfellow, by J. E. Baker 36 762 *Portraits ans dam, Neunzehnten Jahrhundert (Julian Schmidt), T. S. Perry 42 654 Portraits b~ Stuart, G. P. Lathrop . .30 501 *Portraits du XVIII Sibcle (Jules Soury), T. S. Perry 44 233 *Portraits of Places (Henry James, Jr.), G. E. Woodberry 53 569 Port Royal, J. H. Allen 51 387 Port Royal, At, J. G. Whittier 9 244 Port Royal of Mare Angalique, The, Al. E. MacKage 56 157 Portsmouth, The Water Ways of, L. I. Guir~ey 60 9 *Portugal, Notes on 38 508 Portugal and the Portuguese, S. 0. TV. Benamin 40 539, 659 Po Sandy, C. W. Ckesnutt 61 605 Possession, Mi. B. Cummings 36 665 *Possibilitias of Creation 13 778 Post, H. S. The Zonaves 4 221 Postal Deficiencies, Our, E. H. Derby 23 iTh Post-Office, Our, G. G. Hubbard... 35 87 Post Prandial, Phi Beta Kappa, 1881, 0. TV. Holmes 48 365 *Pottery and Porcelain (Charles Wyllys Elliott), TV. H. Bishop.41 723 *Pottary and Porcelain in all Times and Nations (William C. Thme), W. H. Bishqp 41 723 Pottery at the Centennial, C. W. Elliott 38 568 *Pottery: How it is Made (G. W. Nichols), W. P. P. Longfellow .42 383 Poverty, The Abolition of, A. B. Mason 43 602 Powers, Hiram, P. Akers 5 1 *Powerss, Preston, Busts, 0. P La- throp 33 123 Powers, Stephen Afoot on Colorado Desert 26 707 California saved 28 596 Aborigines of California An Indo-Chinese Study 33 313 The California Ranch 35 684 *Practical Guide, A, to the Study of the Diseases of the Eye; their Medical and Surgical Treatment (H. W. Williams), W. W. Morland 10 769 Practice and Patronage of French Art, S. G. TV. Benjamin.... 36 257 Prairie and Forest (Parker Gil- more) 35 497 Prairie-Nest, A, L. Larcom 43 144 Prairie State, The, T. C. Clarke 7 579 Prayer for Life, G. S. Burleigh 3 419 Prayer in Weakness, A, M. B. Cum mings 31 578 Pratt, Mrs. Frances Lee Captain Bens Choice 25 377 Indian Siunmer 26 724 Pratt, Mrs. Frances Sophia Stoughton The Cattle to the Poet 6 58 Prayer-Seeker, The, J. 0. Whittier .26 652 Preachers Trial, The, C. A. Bartol .11 206 Preaching, J. B. Harrison 44 129 *Preaching, Lectures on (Phillips Brooks), H. E. Scudder 41 547 *Praaching without Notes, Condi- tions of Success in (R. S. Storrs), H. E. Scudder 35 745 *Praeterita (Ruskin), G. E. Wood- berry 61 706 Preceptor of Moses, The, F. H. Underwood 46 230 Precious Metal Mining in the United States, Future of, N. S. Shaler .45 765 *Prehistoi.ie Nations (John D. Bald- win), T. TV. Higginson 23 768 Prelude, A, Mi. TIompson 52 23 Prelude to the Second Part of Faust, B. Taylor 27 349 *Preii,iers Lundis (C. A. Sainte- Beiive), T. S. Perry 35 747 *Prentieeaua; or, Wit and humor in Paragraphs (Prentice) 26 635 Prentice, George *Meditations on Christianity (Guizot) 14 784 176 Preparatory Preston *Preparatory Schools and Colleges, W. R. Dimmock 34 253 Presage, C. F. Bates 45 774 Presbury, Benjamin Franklin Myrtle Flowers 2 223 Goethes Correspondence with a Child 5 251 *Frederic the Great (Carlyle).. .10 642 Prescott, George Barrel The Aurora Borealis 4 740 The Progress of the Electric Telegraph 5 290; 16 605 The New Atlantic Cable 10 604 The United States Armory 12 436 Prescott, Harriet Elizabeth. (See, also, Spofford, Mrs. Harriet Prescott) ma Cellar... 3 151 The Amber Gods 5 7, 170 Circumstance 5 558 The Granadan Girls Song 5 657 Midsummer and May 6 544, 674 79 Knitting Sale-Socks 7 138 Pomegranate Flowers 7 573 The South Breaker 9 557, 687 The Author of Charles Auches ter 9 763 The Stratlisays 11 99 Dark Ways 11 545 Ray 13 19 The Rim 13 605, 701; 14 63 Charles Reade 14 137 The True Story of Luigi 14 411 Among the Honey-Makers 16 129 Down the River 16 468 *(Prescott, Harriet Elizabeth) Aza- rn, T. W. Higginson 14 515 Prescott, Mary Newmarch Song: The very stars will rise and swing 59 448 Prescott, William Hickling The Battle of Lepanto . .. .1 138 *(Prescott, William Hickling) A History of Philip the Second, King of Spain 3 122 Prescott, William Hickling, The Life of (George Ticknor), C. S. Hillard 13 128 Presence, A. Gary 13 223 Presence, S. Al. Davis 10 32 Presentiment, N. H. Trego 43 716 President and Congress ,The,E.P. TVh~pple 17 500 President and his Accomplices, The, E.P. Whipple 18 634 President, Our New, C. 0. Came.. .23 378 Presidential Campaign of 1796, The, J. Parton 31 542 Presidential Canvass, Progress of the, E. V. Smalley 46 396 177 Presidential Election, The,. C. C. Hazewell 13 631 Presidential Election, The Twentieth, C. C. Hazewell 14 633 Presidential Electioneering in the Senate 43 369 Presidential Election of 1800, The, J. Parton 32 27 Presidential Elections 42 543 *Presidential Nomination, The, A. C. Sedgwiclc 29 125 Presidential Nominations, 0. T. Morton 53 455 President Grant, The Intellectual Character of, A. Badean..... .23 625 *President Reed of Pennsylvania; A Reply to Mr. Geo. Bancroft and others, G. W. Greece 19 762 Presidents Message, The, P. God- win .1371 Presidents Proclamation, The, R. W. Emerson. . . 10 638 Presidents Prophecy of Peace, The, P. Godwin 2 111 President Wayland, The Late, J. L. Diman 21 68 Pressure upon Congress, The, J. Parton . 25 145 Preston, Harriet Waters *Literature and Dogma (Arnold).32 108 Mistrals Calendan 33 406 *Personal Recollections of Mary Somerville 33 494 Theodore Aubanel: a Modern Proven9al Poet 34 385 *Toinette (Churton) 34 749 *Opening a Chestnut Burr (Roe).34 748 *Modern Christianity a Civilized Heathenism 35 110 *Mendelssohn (Huller) 35 113 *Ai~erican Educational Annual. .35 127 *A Theory of the Arts (Torrey) .35 242 *The Genesis of the New Eng- land Churches (Bacon) 35 244 *Democracy and Monarchy in France 35 498 *History of the First Parish in Danvers (Rice) 35 503 *Three Essays on Religion (Mill).35 743 *The Paraclete 35 746 *Macready s Reminiscences and Diaries 36 116 *Essays .ZEsthetical (Calvert)... 36 364 Jacques Jasmin 37 34 Jacques Jasmins Fran9onette. . .37 157 *The Eneids of Virgil (Morris) .37 241 *Grace for Grace 37 380 *Manitou, Colorado (Solly) 37 497 *God and the Bible (Arnold)... .37 499 *Life of William, Earl of Shel burne 37 623; 38 369 Preston Preston *Christ and Humanity (Goodwin) .37 625 The Arthuriad 38 129 The Songs of Troubadours 38 451 *j%Jemojrs of Norman MeLeod.. 38 502 Early Proven~al Poetry 38 615 *Mercy Phuibricks Choice 39 243 *The Story of Sigurd, the Val- sung, and the Fall of the Nib- lungs (Mofris) 39 501 *Impressions and Reminiscences (George Sand) 39 628 *Wenderholme (Hamerton) 39 632 *Modern Physical Fatalism and the Doctrine of Evolution (Birks) 39 634 *~hristianity and Humanity (T. Starr King) 41 264 *The Story of Avis, and other Novels : The Story of Avis Green Pastures ; and Picca- dilly ; Erema ; Winstowe The Modern Minister; The Wolf at the Door; One Sum mer 41 486 Midsummer Dawn 42 72 *The New Republic, and other Novels The Ne~v Republic The Sarcasm of Destiny; Mirage ; Through a Needles Eye ; Lapsed but not Lost; Dosia 42 188 *Poganuc People, and other hovels: Bourbon Lilies; Seola; Poganuc People; Gemini; The Story of a Mine; A Year Worth Living; The Cadet Button; Justines Lovers; Esther Pennefather 42 430 *Colonel Dunwoddie, and other Novels Six to One; Brief Honors; The China-Hunters Club; Agamenticus ; Bluifton; The Crew of the Sam Weller; Miriams Heritage; Mag; Saxe Holms Stories, Second Series ; Drift from Two Shores ; Less Black than were Painted ; Mine is Thine ; Ga bridle; or, the House of Mau- r~ige ; Margarethe, or Life Problems; Pillone ; The Cos- sacks; Colonel Dunwoddie, Millionaire; Like unto Like. .42 697 The Latest Songs of Chivalry... .43 12 *The Return of the Native, and other Novels The Return of the Native; Macleod of Dare Signor Monaldinis Niece Roxy 43 500 *The Europeans, and other Novels: The Europeans ; Al- most an Englishman; Blush Roses; Molly Bawn; Old Slip Warehouse; Sibyl Spencer... .43 167 *Mixed Essays (M. Arnold)... .44 675 A Symposium of Sixty Years Ago 47 65 *Recent American Novels: As it may Happen; The Virginians in Texas ; The Bohemians; Tritons ; Philom~nes Mar- riages; Cousin Pollys Gold Mine; Captain Nelson; Stories from an Old Dutch Town; Signing the Contract and What it Cost; An International Epi sode 43 751 *Recent Novels ; The Secret of the Andes ; The Puritan and the Quaker; Falconberg; The First Violin ; Airy Fairy Kathleen Mavourneen ; Theo; Pretty Polly Pemberton Markof, The Russian Violinist; The Colonels Opera Cloak... .44 361 *Old Creole Days, and other Novels : Old Creole Days Sarah de Berenger; A Mans a Man for a that; Moondyne; The Felmeres; Sealed Orders; Delicia ; An Ernest Trifler... 45 44 *Mr. Fiskes Essays 45 270 A Woman of Genius 45 450 *Madaine Le Brun 45 702 Storms of Autumn (Georgics of Virgil, Book I., Verses 311 344) 46 637 *The Later Writings of Mr. Mal lock 46 767 At Canterbury 48 813 *Recent Memoirs of Cicero: Ciceron et ses Amis; The Life of Cicero; C~esar. .... . 50 697 *Some Memoirs of the Second Em- pire : Conversations with dis- tinguished Persons during the Second Empire; Prosper Mer- im~e Lettres ~ M. Panizzi; Memorials of Charlotte Wil- liams Wynn; Souvenirs of Madame C. Jaubert; A Salou in the Last Days of the Em pire 49 109 *Renans Marcus Aurelius 49 704 Among the Sabine Hills 50 450 An Appeniuc Valley 51 36 An Early Humanist 51 494 Oxford in Winter 52 49 Matthew Arnold as a Poet 53 641 The Gospel of Defeat 54 21 Mistrals Nerto 54 595 Vernon Lee 55 219 178 Preston Procession Mrs. Oliphant 55 733 Miss Ingelow and Mrs. Walford .56 230 A Roman Gentleman under the Empire 57 741 Guida 58 47 The Church of England Novel.. .58 783 Two Serious Books 59 167 Enceladus 59 788 The Spell of the Russian Writers.60 199 A Lady of the Old School 60 577 Girl Novelists of the Time 60 705 Cicero in the Senate 61 641 A Changing Order 62 51 Preston, Harriet Waters, with Louise Preston Dodge A Bishop of the Fifth Century. . .62 150 The Tutor of a Great Prince.... 62 450 Urbs Animne 62 742 *(Preston, Harriet Waters) Love in the Nineteenth Century, W. D. Howells 32 375 * Presumption in favor of Inno- cence, A. G. Sedywick 31 762 *Pretty 1\Iiss Bellew (Theo. Gift). .37 378 *Pretty Mrs. Gaston, and other Sto- ries (John Esten Cooke) 34 231 *Pretty Polly Pemberton (Frances Hodgson Burnett), H. W. Pres ton 44 367 Prichard, Sarah Johnson ABagof Meal 7670 Mr. Axtell. .. .10 148, 312, 432,552, 721 11 58 On Sand Island 39 569 Prima Donna, Who Paid for the, E. Quincy 1 300 *Prime Minister, The (Trollope), & . P. Lathrop 38 245 Primeval Ghost World, The, J. Fiske 30 584 *Prin~eval World of Hebrew Tradi- tion, The (F. H. Hedge) 25 383 Primitive Communism, A. G. Sedy wick 42 337 *Primitive Culture (E. B. Tylor), J. Fiske . 29 252 *Primitive Culture (E. B. Tylor), T. S. Perry.............. .. .34 116 *Primitive Property (I~mile de Labeleyc; G. R. L. Marriott, trans.), A. C. Sedywick 42 339 Prince Adeb, G. H. Boker 6 153 *Prince and the Pauper, The: A Tale for Young People of all Ages (Mark Twain), E. H. Hoes 48 843 *Prince Denkalion: A Lyrical Drama (Bayard Taylor), G. P. Latkrop 43 117 *Princes Favors (Wilson J. Vance), H. E. Scudder 47 714 *Princess (M. G. MeClelland), H. E. Scudder 59 268 *Princess, The (Alfred Tennyson), Illustrated, 0. E. Woodberry. .53 133 *Princess Bob and her Friends, The, B. Harte 28 759 Princess Casamassima, The, H. James 56 289, 433, 577, 721 57 66, 145, 485, 645, 789, 326 58 58, 209, 349, 433 *Princess Idleways, The (Mrs. W. J. Hays), H. E. Scudder 45 129 *Princesse Ogh~rof, La (Henry Gr~ville), T. S. Perry 40 382 Principles of Criticism, E. R. Sill. .56 665 *Principles of Mental Physiology (William B. Carpenter), W. James 34 495 *Principles of Political Economy (John Stuart Mill), D. A. Wasson 13 250 *Principles of Rhetoric, and their Applications, The (Adam S. Hill), T. S. Perry 42 651 *Principles of Science, The (W. Stanley Jevons), W. James.. .35 500 Printing Press, The, C. P. Cranch .43 616 Prisoner of War, A, J. II. Ware . . .2 717 Prisoners, W. R. Thayer 57 253 *Prison Life in the South (A. 0. Abbott), W. D. Howells 18 518 *Prison Reforni Congress, Transac- tions of the Third National (E. C. Wines), F. B. Sanborn 35 625 Prisons and Penitentiaries, C. D. Warner 45 412 *Prisons and Reformatories at Home and Abroad, F. B. San- born 32 374 Privateersman, Journal of a, C. E. Norton 8 353, 417 Private Theatricals, W. D. How ells 36 513, 674 37 1, 182, 329, 437, 559 *Privations and Sufferings of United States Officers and Soldiers While Prisoners of War in the hands of the Rebel Authorities, Narrative of 14 777 *Probation (Jessie Fothergill), II. E. Scudder 45 678 *Problem of Human Destiny, The (Orville Dewey) .... 15 256 *Problems of Life and Mind (George Henry Lewes), W. James 36 361 Problems of the Scarlet Letter, .J. Hawthorne 57 471 Procession of Flowers in Colorado, The, H. M. Jackson 40 401 Procession of the Flowers, The, T. W. Higginson . .... . .10 649 179 Process Prussia Process of Sculpture, The, H. Hos mer 14 734 Proclamation, The, J. C. Whittier. .11 240 Proctor, Adelaide Anne, C. Dick ens 16 739 *Proctor, Bryan Wailer [Barry Cornwall], An Autobiograph- ical Fragment and Biograph- ical Notes, with Personal Sketches of Contemporaries, etc., U. P. Lathrop 39 754 Proctor, Edna Dean Thy Psyche 1 566 Monadnock in Autumn 61 127 Proctor, Richard Anthony The Misused H of England 55 593 *Proctor, Richard A., Letter from.34 750 Proctor, R. A., Letter from, to the New York Herald 35 372 Prodigal, The, C. H. Noges 39 311 Prodigal in Buskins, A, C. W. Stoddard 34 20 Prodigal in Tahiti, A, C. W. Stod dard 30 610 *Prodigal Son, Painting of the (Edouard Dubufe), G. P. La throp 36 123 *Professional Poetry Ferishtahs Fancies ; A Midsummer Holi- day and other Poems ; Bucket .55 561 Professor at the Breakfast-Table, The. What he Said, What he Heard, and What he Saw, 0. W. Holmes 3 85, 232, 350, 492, 609, 760 4 119, 232, 369, 500, 622, 751 Professors Story, The, 0. W. Holmes. 5 88, 222, 347, 470, 602, 735, 6 95, 215, 362, 482, 613, 729 7 75, 214, 272, 395 *Progress and Poverty (Henry George), W. B. Weeden and Willard Brown 46 846 Progress in Agriculture by Educa- tion and Government Aid, E. W. Hilgard 49 531, 651 *Progressive Art Studies (l,)\Thite), G. P. Lathrop 37 125 Progressive Independence, Our, 0. W. Holmes 13 497 Progress of Nationalism, The, E. Stanwood 53 701 Progress of Prussia, The, C. C. Hazewell 18 578 Progress of the Electric Telegraph, The, C. B. Prescott 5 290 16 605 Prometheus of ~schylus, The, W. C. Lawton 62 207, 333 Prominence of Athleticism in Eng- land, The, A. G. Bradley 49 92 Promise of the Dawn, The. A Christmas Story, R. B. Harding.11 10 Pro Patria, L. M. 5., Jun., Epes Sargent 15 232 *Prophet, The (Bayard Taylor), W. D. Howells 34 743 Prophetic Voices about America. A Moi~ograph, C. Sumner. . .. .20 275 *Prophetic Voices concerning Amer- ica (Charles Sumner), T. S. Perry 34 233 Prophet of the Great Smoky Moun- tains, The, M. N. Murfree. .55 1, 186, 289, 433, 601, 744 56 31, 244 *Prophet of the Great Smoky Moun- tains, The (C. E. Craddock), H. E. Scudder 56 556 Prophet of the People, A, F. Adler.37 674 Prose Henriade, A, M. A. Dodge. .15 653 Prospect of a Moral Interregnum, The, C. Smith 44 629 *Prosper (Victor Cherbuliez), T. S. Perry 33 497 Prospice, R. Browning 13 694 *Prostrate State, The, South Caro- lina under Negro Government (James L. Pike), W. D. How ells 33 233 Protection, The Visible and the In- visible in, E. Atkinson 29 212 *Protection against Fire (Joseph Bird) 32 626 *Protectionists, An Argument for, A. G. Sedgwick 29 256 Protoneiron. December 9, 1864, H. B. Sargent 18 576 *Proudhon, P. J. Sa Vil~ et sa Cor- respondance (Sainte-Beuve), T. S. Perry 31 366 Proud Music of the Sea-Storm, W. Whitman 23 199 Proven9al Poetry, Early, H. W. Preston 38 615 Proverbs in Porcelain (Austin Dob- son), T. B. Aldrich 43 744 Providence, J. T. Trowbridge 47 648 Prudence Paifrey, T. B. Aldrich... .33 1, 144, 257, 385, 513, 672 *Prudence Palfrey (T. B. Aldrich), W. D. Howells 34 227 *Prudhomnie, M. Joseph, M~moires de par Henri Monnier 1 254 *Prussian and American Common School Systems, J. D. Phil- brick 33 639 *Prussian Normal Schools, J. D. Philbrick 34 509 *Prnssia to the Accession of Fred- eric the Great, History of (Herbert Tuttle), E. Emerton .53 713 180 Psyche Quicksand Psyche, Thy, E. D. Proctor 1 566 *Psychology (Wyck), J. Fiske. ... 31 379 Public Balls in New York, W. H. Bishop 44 35 *Public health: Reports and Pa- pers of the American Public Health Association in 1873, D. F. Lincoln 37 628 *Public Men and Events from 1817 1853 (Nathan Sargent), F. B. Sanborn 37 379 *Public Schools, Annual Report of the St. Louis Board of, Z. F. Peirce 36 638 Public Service and the Public, The, D. B. Eaton 41 241 Pueblos, Among the, S. E. Wal lace 46 215 Puffer, Albert F. Our General 12 104 Puget Sound, II. ill. Jackson 51 218 Pulaskis, Count, Strange Power, H. F. French 41 729 *Pulpit of the American Revolu- tion, The (J. W. Thornton).. . .7 638 *Pulte, J. H.: Homceopathic Do- mestic Physician, 0. TV. Holmes 1 250 Punch, T. B. Fox 2 840 Pure Pearl of Divers Bay, The C. Chesebro 1 686, 821 *Puritan and the Quaker, The, H. W. Preston 44 364 Puritan Boston, G. E. Ellis 45 158 *Puritan Colonies, The (J. A. Doyle), H. C. Lodge 61 274 Puritanism and Manners, F. G. Ire land 43 159 Puritan Lovers, The, A. D. Greene .23 566 Puritan Minister, The, T. W. Higgin son 12 265 Pursuit of Knowledge under Diffi- culties, The ; and What came of it, 211. A. Dodge 5 271, 417 *Pussy Tip-Toes Family (Mrs. D. P. Sanford), Z. F. Peirce 41 138 Putnam, Eleanor, pseud. (See Bates, Mrs. Harriet L.) Putnam, George Palmer Recollections of Irving 6 601 Putnam, George W. Four Months with Charles Dick ens 26 476, 591 *Putnam, Israel, Life of (Tarbox), H. E. Scudder 38 63(1 Putnam, Mary Corinna Found and Lost 5 391 Hair Chains 8 534 Putnam, Mrs. Mary Lowell American Life in France.27 92,232, 468, 715; 28 276 Putnam, William Lowell, To; After seeing Two Photographs of him, C. A. Bartol 10 211 Pyle, Katharine The Piping Shepherd 54 338 Pyrenees, The Republic of the, B. Taylor 21 414 Pyrrhus Ring, E. M. Thomas 48 831 Pythagoras, T. B. Aldrich 5 705 Quaff: his Capers, Contradictions, and Pure Cussednesses, J. TV. Palmer 25 159 Quaintness of the Judicious Hook- er, The, C. D. Swan 37 727 Quaker Grave-Yard, The, S. TV. Mitchell 41 217 Quaker Woman, A, S. C. F. Hal- lowell 30 220 Quarrel of Jefferson and Hamilton, The, J. Parton 31 257 Quatrains, J. TV. De Forest 42 403 Quatrains by Different Hands, J. B. Tabb, and Others 56 768 *Quatrevingt..Treize (Victor Hugo), T. S. Perry. .. 33 627 Quebec, Sir William Phipss At- tack on, F. Parkman 38 719 Queen behind the Throne, The, E. T. Johnson 61 794 *Qmmeen Mary, A Drama (Tenny- son), W. D. Howells 36 240 *Qiieen Money (Ellen Gluey Kirk), H. EScudder 61 843 Queen of California, The, E. E. Hale.13 265 *Queen of Hearts, The, TV. D. How ells 37 622 Queen of Sheba, The, T. B. Aldrich.40 1, 174, 257, 385, 513 *Queen of Sheba, The (T. B. Al- drich), W. D. Howells . .41 141 Queen of the Red Chessmen, The, L. P. Hale 1 431 *Queens of American Society, The, (Mrs. Ellet) 21 382 Quest for the Grail of Ancient Art, The, TV. S. Liscomb 55 200 Question, L. C. Moulton. 32 189 Question, E. C. True 54 75 Question of Monuments, TV. D. Howells 17 646 *Question of Ships, The (J. D. Jerrold Kelley), H. C. Lodge. .53 859 Question of the Hour, The, J. R. Lowell 7 117 *Question of the Hour, The (Rufus W. Clark), H. James 25 638 *Question Penitentiaire, La (E. Robin), F. B. Sanborn 32 374 Quick and Dead, J. J. Piatt 36 721 Quicksands, C. A. Hopkinson 17 657 181 Quiet Rambles Quiet Life, A, E. D. Rice ... ... .28 160 Quincy, Edmund Where will it end 1 239 Who paid for the Prima Donna... 1 300 *History of the Republic of the United States of America as traced in the Writings of Alex ander Hamilton 1 507 *The Exiles of Florida (Giddings).2 509 *Passages from my Autobiography (Lady Morgan) 3 650 Count Rumford 27 512 *Life and Liberty in America (Mackay) 4 379 *Quincy, Mr. Edmund, Letter from 39 644 *Quincys, Mr., Reminiscences, H. E. Scudder 51 692 Quincy, Josiah Phillips *Record of an Obscure Man. Trag edy of Errors 9 648 *Slavery and Secession in America (Ellison) 11 265 *The Results of Emancipation (Cochin) 11 395 Betrothal by Proxy; a Romance of Genealogy 11 420 The Member from Foxden 11 730 The Mather Safe 12 316 *Six Months in the Federal States (Dicey) 12 395 The Deacons Holocaust 12 420 *Levana (Richter) 12 533 *Life and Correspondence of The odore Parker (Weiss) 13 123 *Remains in Verse and Prose of Arthur Henry Hallam 13 256 *Mental Hygiene (Ray) 13 388 A Fast-Day at Foxden 13 676 *Illustration of Progress (Spen cei.) 13 775 *Philosophy as Absolute Science (E. L. and A. L. Frothingham).15 251 *Life of tiorace Mann, by his Wife 16 247 *Social Statics (Spencer) 16 381 A Difficulty in Hamlet 49 388 The Peckster Professorship 58 577 A Crucial Experiment 59 721 Miser Farrels Bequest 61 721 62 1 Quincy, Samuel Miller *Campaigns of the Civil War, The Outbreak of Rebellion.. .49 407 From Fort Henry to Corinth; The Pennisula 49 407 Quite So, T. B. Aldrich 29 413 Quoddy Hermit, The, K. 0. Wells .55 821 *Rabagas (Victorien Sardou), T. S. Perry 30 370 Rabbi Ben Levi, The Legend of, H. W. Longfellow 11 69 Rabbi lshmael, J. 0. Whittier. ... 47 609 Rabbis, Stories from the, A. S. Isaacs 62 394 Race, and Why Yale Lost It, The. .44 833 *Race, The Laws of, C. E. Norton... 7 252 *Race for a Wife, A (Smart) 26 256 Race Prejudices, N. S. Shaler 58 510 Races of the Danube, The, J. Fiske .39 401 Rachel at the Well, J. T. Trow bridge 33 553 *Radical Problems (C. A. Bartol). .29 627 *Raffs Lenore Symphony in Boston, W. F. Apihorp 33 383 *Raffs Symphony in C, by the Har- vard Musical Association, W. F.Apthorp 29 510 Raffensperger, Mrs. Anna Frances Shaker John 30 734 Raft that no Man made, A, R. T. S. Lowell 9 365 Rags, J. G. Austin 19 364 Railroad Accidents, Of some, C. F. Adams, Jr 36 571, 736 Railroad Death-Rate, The, C. 1K Adams, Jr 37 207 *Railroad Despotism, A. G. Sedg wick 31 380 Railroad Problem Solved, Is the, W. A. Crafts 60 76 Railroads and the Farms, The, W. Al. Grosrenor 32 591 *Railroads: Their Origin and Prob- lems (C. F. Adams, Jr.), T. S. Perry 43 269 *Railroad Stock and Stockholders, A. G. Sedgwick 32 764 *Railroad Transportation (Hadley), W.A.C~rafts 60 77 Railway-Engineering in the United States, T. C. Clarke 2 641 Railways, The Future of American, T. C. Clarke 5 641 *~~~l~ays and the Republic, The, (Hudson), W. A. Crafts 60 177 Rain and the Fine Weather, The, E. Al. Thomas 51 684 *Raleigh, Sir Walter, and his Time, with other Papers (C. Kingsley).2 894 *Rambaldi, Benvenuto, da Imola Illustrato nella Vita e ache Opere, e di lui Comento Latino Sulla Divina Commedia di Dante (Tamburini), C. E. Nor ton 7 629 *Ramble round the World, A (Baron de Hiibner; Lady Herbert, trans.), T. S. Perry 35 239 ~Rambles among Words (W. Swin- ton), J. R. Lowell 4 638 182 Rambles R6camier ellambles and Studies in Ancient Greece (J. P. Mahaffy), T. S. Perry 39 634 Rambles in Aquidneck, A. B. Cog gesliall 2 414 Ramble through the Market, A, B. TV. Ball 17 268 Rambling Notes of an Idle Excur- sion, Some, S. L. Clemens.... 40 443 586, 718; 41 12 *Rambling Story, A (Mary Cowden Clarke) 35 628 Ramon, El Refugio Mine, North- ern Mexico, 1874, B. Harte. ... 34 465 *Ramona (Helen Jackson), H. E. Scudder 55 127 *Ramsay, Allan, Poems of, H. E. Scudder 42 122 Randolph, Mrs. Ehiza Sproat An Experience 5 408 Why their Creeds differed 10 30 *Randolpb, John [American States- men] (Henry Adams), H. C. Lodge 51 133 Random Recollections of England, II. 0. White 47 401 Random Spanish Notes, C. D. War ner 52 647 Rank and File, The, H. Jackson.. .41 619 *Raphael and Michelangelo (Charles C. Perkins), TV. H. Bishop.... 41 720 Rapid Progress of Communism, The, E. Atkinson 49 829 Rappahannock in Calais Harbor, Cruise of the, H. B. King 35 696 *Rational Medicine, Brief Exposi- tions of (Jacob Bigelow) 2 763 *Rattlesnakes Rattle, Explanation of the (Shaler), J. Fiske 30 126 *Raiich, Christian Daniel (Friederich Eggers) 33 505 *Raven, The (Edgar Allan Poe; Gustave Dor~, illus.), 0. E. Woodberry 53 131 *Ravenshoe (Henry Kingsley). . .. 10 251 Ravens of Odin, The, H. H. Boyesen.33 670 Ray, H. E. Prescott 13 19 Ray, Isaac Cerebral Dynamics 10 272 A Modern Lettre de Cachet~~ reviewed 22 227 Ray, William Henry Russia in Asia . .59 4~1 Ray, W. Porter A Day with the Dead .. .6 326 Raymond, Rossiter Worthington The American Iron - Masters Work 40 525 *Raymond, Mr., as Colonel Sellers in the Gilded Age, W. D. How ells 35 749 Read, John Meredith, Jr. The Old Philadelphia Library. . .21 299 Read, Thomas Buchanan Drifting 3 452 The Singer 4 366 The Siege of Cincinnati 11 229 The Reapers Dream 13 550 Timons Soliloquy 19 450 Heart and Hearth 19 545 Reade, Charles Griffith Gaunt; or, Jealousy 16 641 17 100, 221, 365, 507, 596, 751 18 94, 204,323, 492, 606 Reade, Charles, II. E. Prescott 14 137 Reade, Charles, Anecdotes of, E. H. House 60 525 Reade, Charles, Personal Character- istics of, E. H. House 60 145 *(Reade, Charles) A Simpleton... 32 501 *A Good Fight, and other Tales, E. II. House 5 381 *A Terrible Temptation, W. D. Howells 28 383 *Grifflth Gaunt, W. D. How ells 18 767 *Love me Little, Love me LongA 129 *The Cloister and the Hearth, E. P. Wh~pple 9 270 *White Lies 1 123 Reade, William Winwood Heroes of Central Africa 19 625 A Lihiput Province 20 247 Lagos Bar 21 406, 574 *Readers Handbook of the Amer- ican Revolution, The (Justin Winsor), H. E. Scudder 46 129 Real Estate, J. T. Trowbridge 19 196 Realf, Richard An Old Mans Idyl 17 266 Indirection 42 618 *Real Folks (A. D. T. Whitney). .29 110 Realistic Poet, A, P. B. Marston.. .49 514 Reapers Dream, The, T. B. Read. .13 550 *Reason in Religion (Frederic Henry Hedge) 16 383 *Rebellion, War of the ; or Scylla and Charybdis (H. S. Foote). .17 653 *Rebellion Record, The (Frank Moore, ed.) 10 512 Rebels Recollections, A, 0. C. Egglestort 33 730 34 95, 163, 333, 467, 594, 663 *Rebels Recollections, A (George Cary Eggleston), W. D. How ells 35 237 Recall, E. B. Sill 59 799 *R~camier, Madame, and her Friends, 0. E. Woodherry... .38 114 R~camier, Madame; her Lovers and her Friends, I. Al. Lugs ter 14 446 183 R6camier Regnault *R~camier, Madame, Les Amis de sa Jeunesse et sa Correspond- ance intiine, T. S. Perry 33 241 *R~camier, Madame, Memoires and Correspondence of (Isaphene M. Luyster, trans. and ed.). . .20 127 *Recent Art and Society, from the Autobiography of H. F. Chor- icy, C. P. Latlirop 34 365 *Recent Biographies: James Feni- more Cooper; Ole Bull ; The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber, H. E. Scudder 51 540 *Recent Exhibitions of Paintings, byW. A. Gay, H. Wilde, and W. E. Norton, The 39 764 Recent Foreign Relations, Our, C. M. Towle 14 243 Recent Great French Duel, The, S. L. Clemeus 43 177 *Recent Strikes, A. 0. Sedgwick.. .32 127 *Recent Travels, W. D. Howells.. .24 254 Recent Volumes of Verse, Some The Book of Cold and other Poems; Poems (L. C. Moul- ton); Poems in Company with Children; Fantasy and Passion, W. D. Howells 41 629 Reckoning, The, A. D. T. Whitney. .4 602 Reclus, Blie Edmond and Jules Goncourt 41 180 *Recollections and Snggestions (John, Earl Russel), T. S. Perry 35 745 *Recollections of a Busy Life (Hor- ace Greeley), W. D. Howells. .23 260 Recollections of Agassiz, T. Ly man 33 221 Recollections of a Gifted Woman, N. Hawthorne 11 43 Recollections of Irving, by his Pub- lisher, 0. P. Putnam 6 601 Recollections of John Vanderlyn, the Artist, TV. I. K~p. 19 228 Recollections of Keats, by an Old School-Fellow, C. C. Clarke... .7 86 *Recollections of Men and Things at Washington (L. A. Go- bright), TV. D. Howells 24 125 *Recollectioi~s of Writers (Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke), T. S. Perry 43 689 Recompense, A. R. Annan 42 283 Reconstruction, F. Douglass 18 761 Reconstruction and Negro Suffrage, E. P. Whipple 16 238 Reconstructionists, Three Months among the, S. Andrews 17 237 Recording, T. S. & llier 41 179 *Record of an Obscure Man, J. P. Quincy 9 648 *Record of a School (A. Bronson Alcott), C. P. Crancli 34 115 *Records of a Girlhood (F. A. Kem ble) 43 677 *Records of Later Life (F. A. Kem ble), S. Kirk 50 421 Recreation and Solitude, W. J. Still- man 40 10 ~Recreations of a Country Parson, The, E. P. Wh~pple 8 127 *Red as a Rose is she 25 512 *Red Cotton Night-Cap Country, The (Browning), W. D. how ells 32 114 Red Cross, The, H. H. S. Thompson.60 646 Redden, Laura C. (Howard Glyndon, pseud.) Madrigal 31 448 Fair and Fifteen 34 27 Red Hand, The, W. Al. Baker 27 221 *Red Jacket, The Life and Times of (William L. Stone), F. Parkman 19 383 *Red Man and the White Man, The, in North America, from its Discovery to the Present Time (George E. Ellis), H. E. Scudder 50 560 Red Reminiscences of the South- west, W. M. Baker 29 657 Red School-House, The, L. Larcom.19 672 Redstart, Home Life of the, 0. T. Miller 62 353 Red Sunsets, The, N. S. Shaler.... 53 475 Reed, Samuel Rockwell *Should we gaul by a Change?. .30 508 *Where Victory leaves us 30 762 Specie Resumption 31 598 Reed Immortal, Time, T. W. Higgin son 46 248 Reelfoot Lake, N. S. Shaler 42 216 Rei~nlisted, L. Larcom 13 629 *Reformation, The (George P. Fish- er) A. Mackenzie 32 107 Reformation of Charity, D. 0. Kel logg 57 449 Reform in the Celebratiomi of Mar- riage, F 0. Cook 61 680 Refunding Bill of 1881, The, J. L. Laughlin 49 195 Regicide Colonels in New England, The, .J. 0. Palfrey 6 89 *R~form Intelleetnelle et Morale, La (Ernest Itenan), T. S. Per ry 29369 *Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanmmm (John Ordronaux, trans.), W. D. Howells 27 655 Pegnard, F. Sheldon 15 700 *Regnaimlt, Henri (Henri Cazalis), T. S. Perry 31 501 184 Regret Repplier Regret, C. Thaxter 26 413 Regular and Volunteer Officers, T. WHigginson 14 348 Rehabilitation of Spain, The, C. C. Hazewell 9 351 *Reichspostreiter in Ludwigsbnrg, Novelle auf geschichtlichen Hintergrunde, Dcr (Robert Heller) 1 384 Reid, Zella Over a Diamond Necklace 31 179 Reign of King Cotton, The, C. F. Adams, Jr 7 451 *Rejected Stone, The (M. D. Con- way), J. lVeiss 10 644 *Rejoinder to Mrs. Stowes Reply to the Address of the Women of England, F. P. Cobbe 11 525 Relation of Art to Nature, On the, J. E. cabot 13 183, 313 Relation of Fairies to Religion, E. R. Pennell 54 457 Relations of Labor and Capital, The, E. B. Bigelow 42 475 Released, A. D. T. TVhitney 18 32 Relief of Lucknow, The, R. T. S. Lowell 1 483 *Religieuses Bouddhistes depuis Sakya-Monni jusqu a nos Jours, Les, T. S. Perry 33 375 *Religion, Three Essays on (John Stuart Mill), H. W. Preston.. .35 743 *Religion and Science (Joseph Le Conte), Z. F. Peirce 34 235 *Religion and the State (Alvah Hovey), T. S. Perry 34 239 *Religion de lAvenir, La (Hart- mann), T. S. Perry 38 753 Religions Aspect of Philosophy, The (Josiah Royce) W. James .55 840 *Religions Sentiment, The (D. G. Brinton), T. S. Perry 38 245 Religious Side of the Italian Ques- tion, The, G. Mazzini 20 108 *Remains of Lost Empires (P. V. N. Myers), T. S. Perry 35 742 Remarkable Case of Physical Phe- nomena, A, H. A. Willis 22 129 Reminiscence of Benton, A, W. C. Todd 26 362 *Reminiscences, chiefly of Oriel College and the Oxford Move- ment (Thomas Mozley), H. E. Scudder 50 409 *Reminiscences of a Journalist (Charles T. Congdon), G. E. Woodberry 47 565 *Reminiscences of an Idler, The (H. Wikoff), G. E. Woodberry .47 566 Reminiscences of Christs Hospital, J. MX Hillyar 53 251 Reminiscences of James T. Fields, J. Fiske 49 134 *Rdn7iiniscences of Rufus Choate (E. G. Parker), C. Browne 5 370 *Remiiiiscences of Scottish Life and Character (Dean Ramsay) .7 638 Reminiscences of Stephen A. Doug- las, J. Howard, Jr 8 205 *Rcn~iniscences of the late Thomas Assheton Smith (Sir J. E. Eardley-Wilmot), F. J. Child. .6 632 Reminiscences of Thomas Couture, E. W. Longfellow 52 233 Reminiscences of Washington, B. P. Poore 45 53, 289, 537, 806 46 67, 369, 531, 664, 799 47 234, 538, 658 Remonstrance, C. Thaxter 34 550 R5musat, Madame de, The Memoirs of, T. S. Perry 45 387 *Renaissance, La. Scimes His- toriques (Le Comte de Gobi- nean), 7. S. Perry 43 271 *Renaissance, The, Studies in the History of (Walter H. Pater), W. D. Howells 32 496 *Renaissance, Studies of the, N. H. Dole 55 132 *Renaissance in France, The (L~on Palustre), W. H. Bishop 47 866 *Renaissance in Italy, The (J. A. Symonds), W. H. Bishop 44 260 *Renaissance in Italy: Italian Lit- erature (J. A. Symonds), G.E. Woodberry 51 699 *Renaissance of Art in France, The (Mrs. Mark Pattison) 44 616 *Renaissance of Art in Italy, The (Leader Scott), T. B. Aldrich .53 134 *Renan, Ernest, The Reminiscences of, H. James 52 274 *(Renan, Ernest) Dc lOrigine du Langage 13 647 *Renans Marcus Aurelius, H. W. Preston 49 704 Rencontre, 7. B. Aldrich 38 597 *Reply to the Statement of the Trustees~ of the Dudley Ob- servatory (B. A. Gould, Jr.), J. R. Lowell 4 650 Reply to the Address of the Women of England, A, H. B. Stowe. .11 120 Repplier, Agnes Children, Past and Present 57 508 On the Benefits of Superstition. .58 177 What Children Read 59 23 Curiosities of Criticism 59 315 The Decay of Sentiment 60 67 Some Aspects of Pessimism 60 756 The Cavalier 61 595 Esoteric Economy 62 529 185 Representative Rhymes Representative Art, The, A. Badeau .5 687 Reproof, C. F. Bates 30 303 Reproof in Love, E. R. Sill 60 645 Republican Alliance, The, J. Maz zznz 19 235 Republican Candidates for the Presi- dency, E. V. Smalley 45 549 Republican Party, New Departure of the, H. Wilson 27 104 Republicans and their Candidate, The, E. V. Smalley 46 258 *Republic of God, The: An Insti- tute of Theology (Elisha Mul- ford), P. H. Steenstra. .. 48 698 Republic of the Pyrenees, The, B. Taylor 21 414 Resemblances between the Buddhist and the Roman Catholic Reli gions, L. M. Child 26 660 Residue, K. P. Osgood 35 144 Resignation, A. K. H. Boyd 11 434 Resolve, The, H. G. Cone 55 184 *Resources of California, The (John S. Ilittell), T. W. Higginson. .17 522 Resources of the South, E. H. Derby.10 502 *Responsibility in Mental Disease (Henry Maudsley), W. James 34 364 Responsible Government under the Constitution, W. Wilson 57 542 Rest and Motion, D. A. Wasson 7 525 Restless, The, H. Rich 19 401 Restored Picture, The, J. T. Trow bridge 24 86 Result in South Carolina, The, B. 0. Townsend 41 1 *Results of Emancipation, The (Au- gustin Cochin), J. P. Quincy. .11 395 Retreat from Lenoirs and the Siege of Knoxville, The, H. S. Bur rage 18 21 *Retrospect in March, 1858, The.. .1 631 Return, The, A. Fields 26 521 Returner, The, H. E. Warner 32 573 Return of a Native, The, E. .211. Thomas 53 508 Return of the Birds, The, W. C. Bryant 14 37 *Return of the Native, The, and other Novels : The Return of the Native; Macleod of Dare; Signor Monaldinis Niece; Roxy, H. W. Preston 43 500 Renter, Fritz, T. S. Perry 35 36 *Reuter, Fritz (Hermana Ebert), T. S. Perry... 35 629 *Revanche de Joseph Noirel, La (Victor Chcrbulicz), T. S. Perry 29 113 Revelation, J. & . Whittier 57 540 Revere Catastrophe, The, C. F. Adams, Jr 37 92 186 Reverie, C. Thaxter 37 288 Reviving Virginia, J. Parton 25 432 Revolution, American, Beginnings of the, J. Fiske 61 398 Revolution, American, First Crisis of the, J. Fiske 61 498 Revolution, Diplomacy of the, C. W. Greene 15 576 Revolution, Finances of the, G. W. Greene 14 591 *Revolutionary Times (E. Abbott) .38 243 *Revolution Fran9aise, Histoire de la 1 254 *Revolutions in English History (Robert Vaughan). - 5 759 *(Reymond, William) Etudes sur la Litt~rature du Second Em- pire Fran~ais, depuis le Coup dI~tat du deux Ddcembre 9 526 *Reynard the Fox, after the Ger- man Version of Goethe (T. J. Arnold) 5 126 *Reynard the Fox, a Burlesque Poem, from the Low-German original of the Fifteenth Century 15 380 Reynolds, Grindall English Naval Power and English Colonies 12 94 The French Struggle for Naval and Colonial Power 12 626 Mexico 14 51 A Fortnight with the Sanitary.. .15 233 Saints who have had Bodies 16 385 The Late Insurrection in Jamaica.17 480 Borneo and Rajah Brooke 18 667 Abyssinia and King Theodore... 21 701 *Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Life and Times of (C. R. Leslie and T. Taylor) 17 525 Rhapsody of Clouds, A, E. R. Sill. .57 254 *Rhetoric, The Elements of (De Mille), T. S. Perry 42 651 *Rhetoric, The Principles of, and their Application (A. S. Hill), T. S. Perry 42 652 Rhoda, R. Harper 18 521 *Rhode Island, A Short History of (G. W. Greene), W. D. How ells 40 378 Rhotruda, F. G. Tucleerman 8 72 Rhyme of Sir Christopher, The, H. W.Longfellow 32 332 *Rhyme of the Border War, The (Thomas Brower Peacock), C. P. Lathrop 47 431 Rhyme of the Masters Mate, The, T. W. Higginson. .... . 16 371 Rhyme slayeth Shame, W~ Mor rzs 25 144 Rhymes in Many Moods: April, E. E. Ford; Avril, L. H. Fre Rice Ritchie chette; Daisys Fortune-Tell- ing, E. M. Bacon; Presenti- ment, H. N. Trego; Loves, J. C. Marsh; Fleeting Youth, S. Baxter; Good Morrow and Good Night, J. Boit; Betrothal, E. Fawcett; Archery, S. E. Wallace; Two Views of It, C. P. Cranch; Be Like the Sun, C. A. Mason 43 715 Rice, Elizabeth Dwight A Quiet Life 28 160 Rich, Hiram Wind the Clock 17 80 In the Sea 17 344 The Restless 19 401 Thrift 21 739 An Idlers Idyl 25 711 A Summer Mood 27 757 A Millers Madrigal 28 246 Jerry an Me 30 206 Morgan Stanwood 33 712 Still Tenanted 34 567 Land and Sea 34 740 Leaves on the Tide 36 406 *Richard Edney and the Governors Family (Sylvester Judd), H. E. Scudder 46 414 Richards, Frank A Workiugmans Word on Over Production 43 497 Richards, Mrs. Laura Elizabeth The Nixie Maiden 49 460 Richardson, Mrs. Abby Sage (See, also, Sage, Abby) Dofia Quixote 60 22 Richardson, Albert Dean Free Missouri 21 363, 492 Our Four Servants 23 251 John 24 740 Richardson, Hobart Wood Differential and Integral Calculus .3 704 Richardson, Henry Hobson, Archi- tect, H. Van Brunt 58 685 *Richardson, Rousseau, and Goethe (Erich Schmidt), T. S. Perry. .39 248 *Richardsons American Literature, G. E. Woodberry 59 847 *Richard Vandermarck(Mrs. Sydney S. Harris). 29 366 Richelien, The Statesmanship of, A. D. White 9 611w Riches, A. Fields 14 530 Richmond, Incidents of the Capture of, G. F. Shepley .. .46 18 Richmond, Late Scenes in, C. C. Coffin . .15 744 Richmond, Our Visit to, J. R. Gil- more 14 372 Richmond, Overtures from, F. J. Child 11 134 *Richinond during the War 20 762 *Richters Titan, Translation of (Charles T. Brooks), J. Weiss .11 136 Rideing, William Henry *Law and Lawyers in Literature .51 545 Ride in Spain, A, C. D. Warner.... 50 608 Ride to Camp, The, G. H. Bolcer.. .14 404 Ride with a Mad Horse in a Freight- Car, A, W. H. H. Murray... .23 503 *Riedesels, Madame, Letters and Journals (XV. L. Stone, trans.), F. Parlcman 21 127 *Riedesel, Major-General, Memoirs and Letters and Journals of (Max von Eliking; W. L. Stone, trans.) 25 248 Rifle, How to Choose a, H. W. S. Cleveland 10 635 Rifle, The Use of the, H. W. S. Cleveland 9 300 Rifle-Clubs, H. W. S. Cleveland... 10 303 Rifled Guns, W. J. Stillman 4 444 Right and Left, B. G. Wilder 25 455 Righteousness of Money-Making, The, E. Atkinson 34 686 Rim, The, H. E. Prescott 13 605, 701 14 63 *Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The (Coleridge), illustrated by Gustave Dor~ 39 114 *Rimmer, William, Sculptor, Painter, and Physician, The Art Life of (Truman H. Bart- lett), H. E. Scudder 51 263 Ring, The, J. B. Tabb 55 839 *Ring and the Book, The (Robert Browning), ill. D. Conway... .23 256 Ring Fetter, The; a New England Tragedy, R. Terry 4 154 Ripley, Ezra, D. D., B. W. Emer son 52 522 Ripley, George *The American Conflict (Greeley).14 133 Rip Van Winkle, A Good-by to, G. A. Pierce 52 695 *Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, The, H. C. Lodye.48 405 *Rise and Influences of the Spirit of Rationalism in Europe, His- tory of the (W. E. H. Lecky), H. James 17 248 Rise of Arabian Learning, The, E. Hungerford 58 539 *Rise of Silas Lapham, The (How- ells), H. E. Scudder 56 554 Rising of the Curtain, The, H. A. Beers 47 206 Risk, C. F. Bates 25 198 Ristori, Adelaide, K. Field 19 493 *(Ritchie, Anna Cora), Twin Roses, a Narrative 1 892 187 Ritualism Roman Ritualism in England. By an Eng- lish Ritualist, A. Pember 23 188 River, The, H. P. Spofford 19 287 River, By the, J. T. Trowbridge. ... 12 70 River Driftwood, S. 0. fewett 48 500 Rivertuouth Romance, A, T. B. Aldrich 30 157 *River Path, The (J. G. Whittier), W. D. Howells 41 136 River Raldivyir, The, J. C. Wilson .38 694 Rives, Am~lie A Brother to Dragons 57 289 Riviera di Poneute, J. F. Clarke .17 202 Roadside Romance, A, 6-. P. La throp 36 178 Roba di Roma, W. W. Story 3 454 4 207, 483 5 60, 150, 572, 693 Roba di Roma (Poem), W. W. Story 42 576 *Roba di Roma (W. W. Story), J. R. Lowell 11 515 *Robert College at Constantinople. .34 763 *Robert Elsmere (Mrs. Humphry Ward), H. E. Scudder 62 700 *Robert Greathouse (Swift) 26 384 *Robertsou, F. W., Life and Letters of (Stopford A. Brooke, ed), C. E.Ellis 17 119 *(Robertson, Frederic W.) Sermons preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton ; second series, E. P. Whipple 2 127 Robertson, J. Logie Idleness 30 565 Robin, The, J. G. Whittier 27 703 Robin Badfellow, T. B. Aldrich... .15 437 Robin Hood, F. J. Child 1 156 Robins, Elizabeth. (See, also, Pennell, Mrs. Elizabeth Robins) Mischief in the Middle Ages... .48 1 *Buddha and Early Buddhism... 48 840 Hindu Humor 49 66 Loki 49 304 Evolution of Magic 49 685 Evil in Greek Mythology 50 316 Persian Dualism 50 804 Stage Buffoons 51 529 Mmnadism in Religion 52 487 The Vagabonds and Criminals of India 53 194 Robinson, Philip The Poets Birds .... 49 780 Robinson, Mrs. Therese Albertina Louise The German Popular Legend of Dr. Faustus 2 551 Robinson, William Stevens General Butlers Campaign in Massachusetts 28 742 188 Robson, G. A. Sala 13 715 * Rock me to Sleep, Mother, On the Poem, (Morse), W. D. Howells 20 252 *Rock of Ages (A. M. Toplady; L. B. Humphrey, ill.), W. D. Howells 43 im *Rocks Ahead (W. R. Greg), H. E. Scudder 37 625 Rock, Tree, and Man, W. H. Thayer 4 29 Rockweeds, C. Thaxter 21 268 Roderick Hudson, H. James, Jr 35 1, 145, 297, 422, 515, 644 36 58, 129, 269, 385, 553, 641 *Roderick Hudson (Henry James, Jr.), G. P. Lathrop 37 237 Rodman the Keeper, C. F. Wool- son 39 261 *Rodman the Keeper (Constance Fenimore Woolson), T. S. Perry 46 124 Roebuck? Who is, W. J. Austin.. .12 388 Roger Pierce, the Man with two Shadows, R. Terry 1 776 Rogers, 3. M. Shakespeare 38 142 Rogers, William Barton and Lowell, James Russell *July reviewed by September... .6 378 Roi Manqu~, Le, E. T. Johnson... .60 394 *Rois en Exil, Les (Daudet), T. S. Perry 45 117 Rollins, Rachel After the Battle of the Wilder- ness Letters from a Hospital .37 575 *Roman and the Tenton, The (Charles Kingsley), D. A. Wasson 14 252 Roman Catholic Brethren, Our, J. Parton 21 432, 556 *Roman Experimental, Le (L~mile Zola), T. S. Perry 47 116 Roman Gentleman under the Em- pire, A, H. W. Preston 57 741 Roman Holiday, A, H. James, Jr... 32 1 Roman Holiday Twenty Years Ago, A, W. W. Story 43 135, 273 *Roman Literature, A History of: From the Earliest Period to the Death of Marcus Aurelius (C. T. Cruttwell), T. S. Perry .43 267 Roman Neighborhoods, H. James, Jr 32 671 *Roman Poets of the Republic, The (W. T. Sellar), T. W. Higgin son 48 710 Roman Rides, H. James, Jr 32 190 Roman Singer, A, F. M. Crawford.52 1, 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 53 56, 183, 339, 464, 585, 729 Roman Roumanian *Roman Singer, A (F. Marion Crawford), H. E. Scudder.... 54 421 Romance of a Family, The, Al. D. Conway 42 11 Romance of a Glove, The, J. T. Trowbridge 2 272 Romance of a Rose, The, N. Perry .34 431 Romance of Certain Old Clothes, The, H. James, Jr 21 209 Romance of Madrofio Hollow, The, B. Harte 28 371 Romance of Modern Life, The 48 640 *Romarice of Old Court Life in France (Frances Elliot) 32 747 Romance of iReal Life, A, W. D. Howells 25 305 Romance of Sunrise Rock, The, M. N. Murfree 46 775 *Romance of the Harem, The (Anna H. Leonowens) 31 625 *Romance of the Nineteenth Cen- tury, A (W. H. Mallock), L. Henry 48 560 *Romanciers Contemporains (Ma- rius Topin), T. S. Perry 39 248 *Romans under the Empire, His- tory of the (Merivale), C. C. Hazewell 13 768 *Romantic Scottish Ballads (Clyne) .7 124 Rome during the Italian Revolution, Recollections of, W. C. Lang- don 52 503, 658, 746 Rome, How, governed, G. W. Greene 14 150 Rome, The Catacombs of, C. E. Norton 1 513, 674, 813 2 48, 129 Rome, The Catacombs of, Note to, C. E. Norton 2 252 Rommany Girl, The, R. W. Emer son 1 46 Rooke, Harvard B., psend. (See Herford, Brooke) *Rooin for One More (Mary Thacher Higginson), Ill. E. Scudder 45 129 Ropes, John Codman Who lost Waterloo 9 47 785 *The Civil War in America 52 401 *General Beauregard 53 551 *General J. E. B. Stuart 57 415 *The Battle of Gettysburg (the Compte de Paris) 58 85~ *Gei~eral McClellan 59 546 *Walkers History of the Second Corps 59 694 *Rosa dell Alpi, La (Francesco Dali Ongaro), T. W. Higgin son 16 125 Rosamond and the Conductor, K. Carrinyton 43 311 Rosary of Sonnets, A: Nature; In the Churchyard at Tarrytown Eliots Oak ; The Descent of the Muses ; Venice, H. W. Longfellow 39 293 Rosary of Sonnets, Another: The Two Rivers ; St. Johns, Cam- bridge; The Broken Oar, H. W. Longfellow 41 286 Rose, W. 3. The Chasseurs-i~-Pied 11 250 *Rose and Roof-Tree (G. P. La- throp), W. D. Howells 37 106 Rose and the Jasmine, The, E. C. Stedman 41 435 Rose and the Oriole, The, T. W. Parsons 54 190 Rose Color, E. M. Thomas 59 469 Rose Daniels, A. D. Greene. 39 684 Rose Enthroned, The, L. Larcom.. . .7 668 *Rose Garden, The 30 629 Rose in October, The, M. J. Jacques.40 584 Rosengarten, Joseph George John Browns Raid, How I got into it and How I got out of it .15 711 The Encyclopedists 21 246 *The Salon of Madame Necker. .50 563 *Francisque Larcey 56 134 Rosenlied, A. Williams 34 206 Rose Rollins, The, A. Cary.. .20 420, 545 Roses, N. Perry 56 115 *Roses of Shadow (Sullivan), H. E. Scudder ... . 57 263 Rossetti, Dante Gabriel Place de Ia Bastille, Paris.... ~. .48 546 *Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, W. D. Howells 26 115 *Rossetti, Memorials of ; Recollec- tions of Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Sharp), G. P. Lathrop 51 549 *Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, Recollec- tions of (T. Hall Caine), G. P. Lathrop 51 549 *Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, A Record and a Study (Sharp), G. P. Lathrop 51 553 Rossetti, William Michael English Opinion on the American War 17 129 The Wives of Poets.... 47 55, 155, 382, 518 *Rossettis and Others, New Poetry of the, G. P. Lathrop 49 119 *Ronghing It (Mark Twaiu), W. D. Howells 29 754 *Rouinania: The Border Land of the Christian and the Turk (James 0. Noyes, M. D.) 1 381 *Roismauian Fairy Tales, E. Schuy ler 57 423 189 Roundabout Rye *Roundabout Journey, A (Charles Dudley Warner), 0. E. Wood- berry 53 568 *Roundabout Papers (W. M. Thack eray) 13 261 Roundel, F. W. Loring 27 431 *Round My House (Hainerton), T. S. Perry 39 118 *Round Table, The, J. II. Lowell.. .1 121 Round the World at the Paris Ex- position, W. H. Bishop 43 41 *Round Trip, The, by Way of Panama, through California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado (John Codman), T. S. Perry 44 651 *Rousseau (John Morley), W. D. Howells 32 104 *Rowses Portrait of Emerson, W. J. Stiliman 3 653 *Roxy (Edward Eggleston), H. W. Preston 43 504 *Royal Truths (H. W. Beecher) .18 645 *Rub~iiy~it of Omar Khayy~im, the Astronomer Poet of Persia (Edward Fitzgerald, trans.), T. S. Perry 39 730 Rube Jones, P. Deming 50 686 *Rubinstein, Herr, W. F. Apthorp .30 757 *Rubinsteins Ivan der Grausame, W. F. Apihorp 33 384 Ruby, C. E. Waring, .Jr 31 481 *Rudder Grange (Frank R. Stock- ton), H. E. Scudder 46 417 *Rudersdorff, Madame, W. F. Ap thorp 31 505; 33 125 Rudolph: a Monograph, B. Phillips .26 718 Rijekert, Friedrich, B. Taylor 18 33 Ruffian in Feathers, A, 0. T. Mil ler 55 490 Ruffini, Giovanni The Ghost Redivivus 1 167 Odds and Ends from the Old World 3 423 Rumford, Count, E. Quincy 27 512 Running at the Heads, C. JV. Lawton. 16 342 Running-Water Notes, E. M. Thomas 48 691 Runnion, James B. The Negro Exodus 44 222 Run Wild, B. Taylor 23 425 Rural Architecture, W. Flayg 37 $28 Rural England, R. G. White 44 241 *(Ruskin, John) Ariadne Floren- tina, H. E. Scudder 42 652 *Ethics of the Dust, H. E. Scudder 42 384 *Modern Painters, Vol. V., W. J. Stillman 6 239 *The Elements of Drawing... .1 639 190 *The Mystery of Life and its Arts, C. P. Cranch 25 635 *Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne, W. D. Howells 21 639 *Ruskins, Mr., Early Years, G. E. Woodberry 61 706 ~Ruskin on Painting 44 680 Russell, A. E. Home Life of the Brook Farm Association 42 458, 556 Russell, George Robert The Hundred Days 1 641, 836 *(Russell, William H.) My Diary, North and South, J. B. Low ell 11 391 *Russia (D. M. Wallace), T. S. Perry 39 757 *Russia, A Brief History of, from the Small Beginnings of the Nation to the PresentVast Pro- portions of the Empire (Fran- ces A. Shaw), T. Davidson... .40 118 Russia, By River and Road in, E. Noble 60 363 Russia, Emancipation in, C. C. Hazewell 8 39 Russia, The Dream of, C. Hamlin. .58 771 *Russia, The Epic Songs of, E. Noble 58 704 Russia, The Traditional Policy of, K. Blind 22 585 Russia in Asia, W. H. Ray 59 471 Russian America, J. H. A. Bone... 19 731 *Russian Central Asia (Lansdell), E. Schuyler 56 422 *Russian Journey, A (Edna Dean Proctor) 29 112 *Russians at the Gates of Herat, The (Charles Marvin), E. Noble 56 116 Russian Serf-System, The Develop- ment and Overthrow of the, A. D. White 10 538 Russians in the East, The, G. M. Towle 36 71 Russians on the Bosphorus, The, J. W. De Forest 41 503 Russian Writers, The Spell of tIme, H. W. Preston 60 199 *Russia under the Tzars (Stepniak), E. Noble 56 269 *Russische Literatur und Iwan Tur- genjew, Die (Otto Glagau), T. S. Perry 31 110 *Russlaumds Vergangenheit, Aus (Wilhelm Pierson),T. S. Perry.27 775 *Ryans, Father, Poems, C. P. La throp 46 701 Rydal, At, J. T. Fields 24 506 *Rye, Westchester Co., New York, History of (Charles W. Baird).29 367 S.., W. S. Samuel 8., W. S. The Portrait 5 427 Saadi, R. W. Emerson 14 33 *Sabinerbjergene (Bergsde) 32 115 Saccharissa Mellasys, 77. Winthrop. .8 282 *Sacred Anthology, The (Moncure Daniel Conway, ed.), 77. S. Perry 35 113 *Siinger von Schiras, Der (Friedrich Bodenstedt), E. P. Evans.... 53 316 Saffron Fly, The, B. 77. Cooke 46 16 Saga of the Quern-Stones, The, A. 147. Brotherton 43 458 Sage, Abby. (See, also, Richard- son, Mrs. Abby Sage) The Hamlets of the Stage 23 665 24 188 Sage, Dean Ten Days Sport on Salmon Rivers,36 142 Sage or Poet, E. M. Thomas 49 650 *Sahara, Une Ete dans le (E. Fro mentin) 1 384 Sailing of King Olaf, The, A. W. Brotherton 40 536 St. Augustine, Six Visions of, A. French 58 187 Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin *B~ranger, [f. B. Lowell, tr.]. .. .1 469 *(Sainte..Beuve, C. A.) Causeries dii Lundi 9 522 *Chateaisbriand et son Groupe Littiraire sons lEmpire 9 522 *Correspondance, Vol. I., 77. S. Perry 41 811 Vol. II 43 270 *Les Cahiers de, 77 S. Perry. .39 121 Sainte-Beuve, J. F. Kirk 17 432 Sainte-Beuve (Jules Levallois), T. S. Perry 29 755 *SainteBeuve, C. A., Les Jeunes Ann& s de (Fran9ois Morand), 77. S. Perry 30 495 *Sainte..Beuve, C. A., Sa Vie et ses ~IEuvres (Vicomte dHaus- sonville), 77. S. Perry 39 250 St. Georges Company, H. E. Scud der 42 39 St. Johns, Cambridge, H. W. Long fellow 41 287 St. Johns River, Up the, 77. W. Hig ginson 16 311 *St. Lawrence, The Chronicles of the (J. M. Le Moyne) 42 38~ St. Louis, The City of, J. Parton. .19 655 *5t. Louis Public Schools, Dr. Har- riss Report on, Z. F. Peirce.. .36 638 St. Martins Summer, 1879, J. G. Whittier 45 115 St. Marys, Up the, 77. W. H~qginson.15 422 St. M~dard, The Convulsionists of, B. D. Owen 13 209, 339 St. Michaels Night, A. Harrison.... 21 685 22 12, 136, 285, 439 St. Olafs Fountain, H. H. Boyesen .31 418 St. Petersburg, Winter Life in, B. Taylor 16 34 Saint-Sa~ns Deuxii~me Concerto, W. F. Apfhorp 37 635 *St. Thomas of Canterbury (Aubrey de Vere), G. E. Woodberry. .. .40 632 *St Twelrno (C. H. Webb) 20 123 *Saint..Victor, Les Deux Masques of, 77. S. Perry 47 288 Saint or Sinner, L. B. C. Wyman. .41 468 Saints, and their Bodies, 77. W. Hig gmson 1 582 Saints who have had Bodies, 0. Rey nolds 16 385 Sala, George Augustus Robson 13 715 George Cruikshank in Mexico... .15 54 *(Sala, George Augustus) A Journey due North; being Notes of a Residence in Russia 2 895 *5~ftjm~jn and Absal (Jdmi; Edward Fitzgerald, trans.), 77. 5. Perry.39 734 *Salem (D. R. Castleton) 35 108 *Salem, Old (Eleanor Putnam), H. E. Scudder 58 269 Salem Cupboards, H. L. Bates 57 220 Salem Dame-School, A, H. L. Bates.55 53 Salome, W. Young 50 638 Sally Parsons Duty, B. Terry 1 24 *Salon de Madame Necker, Le (Vi- comte dHaussonville), J. G. Rosengarten 50 563 *Salon in the Last Days of the Em- pire, A (Kathleen OMeara), H. W. Preston 49 118 Salons de Paris, Les 2 341 Saloon in Politics, The, 0. F. Par sons 58 404 Saloon in Society, The, 0. F. Par sons 59 86 Saltpetre as a Source of Power, A. A. Hayes 9 587 Salutation, A, L. I. Guiney 57 316 *Salvage, H. E. Scudder 46 837 Salvini, Tommaso, H. James, .Jr.... 51 377 Sam Adams Regiments in the Town of Boston, The, B. Frothingham .9 701 10 179 12 595 Sample of Consistency, A, J. B. Lowell 2 750 *Samsoii A~onistes (John Milton; I. P. Fleming, ed.) 40 117 Samuel Absalom, Filibuster, The Experience of, D. Deaderick. .. .4 653 5 38 *Samuel Brohi et Cie (Victor Cher- buliez), 77. 5. Perry 40 634 191 Sanborn Sawyer Sanborn, Edwin David Opinions of the late Dr. Nott re- specting Books, Studies, and Orators 20 527 Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin John Brown in Massachusetts. . .29 420 John Brown and his Friends. . . . 30 50 *Sumners Speech 30 253 *The Grant Convention and Plat form 30 254 *The Opposing Candidates and their Characteristics. . .30 255 *The Washington Treaty 30 382 *A Year of Surprises and Anoma lies 30 383 *The Issues of American Poli tics 31 365 *The Perfect Life (Channing). . . 32~ 102 *Report on the International Pen- itentiary Congress of London (Wines) 32 374 *Robiiis La Question Peniten tiaire 32 374 *Prisons and Reformatories at Home and Abroad 32 374 *Thoreau (Channing) 33 230 Journalism and Journalists 34 55 *Theodore Parker: a Biography (Frothingham) 34 109 The Virginia Campaign of John Brown 35 16, 224, 323, 453,591 36 704 *The History of Democracy (Capen) 35 624 *Transactions of the Third Na- tional Prisou Reform Congress .35 625 *Fears for Democracy rega ded from the American Point of View (Ingersoll) 36 107 *Pubhic Men nnd Events from 1817 to 1853 (Sargent) 37 379 *Warrington Pen Portraits 40 379 *Wortby Women of Our First Century (Mrs. Wister and Miss Irwin) 40 502 *Gerrit Smith (0. B. Frothing- ham) 41 671 Sand, George, .J. W. Howe 8 513 Sand, George, 7. S. Perry 38 444 *Sands, George, Letters, T. Child .51 266 Sandalphon, H. TV. Lo. gfellow 1 744 *Sanders Theatre, First Concert at, W. F. Apthorp 39 252 San Domingo, The Horrors of, J. Weiss 9 732 10 212, 347 11 289, 768 Sanford, Harriet Emma Four oClocks 37 589 San Francisco, Through Tickets to. A Prophecy, F. H. Ludlow... .14 604 San Francisco Vigilance Committee, The, T. G. Cary 40 702 Sangster, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Are the Children at Home ~ 20 557 Sanitary, A Fortnight with the, G. Reynolds 15 233 Sanitary Commission, The United States, E. E. Hale 19 416 Sanitary Condition of the Army, E. Jarvis 10 463 Sanitary Drainage, Recent Modifi- cations in, G. E. Waring, Jr... 44 56 Sanitary Drainage of Honses and Towns, The, G. E. Waring, Jr.36 339, 427, 535 *Sanitary Drainage of Houses and Towns, The (G. E. Waring, Jr.), C. F. Folsom 38 747 Santa Filomena, H. W. Longfel low 1 22 Sappho, T. W. Higginson 28 83 Saracens, Intellectual Mission of, The, E. Hungerford 58 817 *Saracinesca (Crawford), H. E. Scndder 60 413 *Sarcasin of Destiny, The ; or, Ninas Experience (M. E. W. Sherwood), H. IV. Preston.... 42 192 *Sarcey, Francisque, J. G. Rosen garten 56 134 Sargent, Epes Ericsson and his Inventions 10 68 The Cabalistic Words. . 10 612 Pro Patria 15 232 Strategy at the Fireside 16 151 *The Masquerades and other Poems (Saxe) 18 123 Sargent, Horace Binney After Taps 11 566 Her Pilgrimage .18 396 Protoneiron 18 576 On a Marble by Dubois 19 358 Marble Quarries 19 619 Sargent, Winthrop Some inedited Memorials of Smol lett 3 693 John Andr~ and Honora Sneyd... 6 715 Sass, H. (Barton Grey, pseud.) Joan Melhish 42 320 *Satan (Cranch), W. D. Howells.. .33 370 *Satchel Guide for the Vacation Tourist in Europe, A 33 747 Saul, The Author of, B. Tay br 16 412 *Saunterings (Charles Dudley War- ner), W. D. Howells 30 242 Saving versus Spending, U. H. Crocker 42 691 *(Sawyer, Leicester Ambrose) The New Testament, translated from the Original Greek 3 386 192 Saxe Scott Saxe, John Godfrey The Jolly Mariner 2 814 The Vision of the Faithful 28 40 *(Saxe, John Godfrey) The Mas- querades and other Poems, E. Sargent 18 123 *The Money-King and other Poems. 6 120 Saxe, Lawrence, pseud. (See Shafter, Julia L.) *Saxe Holms Stories, Second Series H. W. Preston 42 700 *Say and Seal, F. C. Hopkinson 6 121 *Sayings of Dr. Bushwhacker and other Learned Men, The (Coz zens) 20 512 Scanderbeg, H. TV. Longfellow 31 618 *Scandinavian Summer, The Story of a (Katharine A. Tyler), H. E. Scudder 49 272 Scarab~ei ed Altri, W. J. Stiliman. .18 435 *Scarlet Letter, The (Nathaniel Hawthorne), TV D. Howells... 40 753 Scarlet Letter, Problems of the, J. Hawthorne 57 471 *Scenes of Clerical Life (George Eliot) .1 890 Schayer, Mrs. Julia Intimate Life of a Noble German Family 46 349, 496, 638 Getting Married in Germany.... 47 36 Scheffer, Ary, The Life and Works of, E. D. Cheney 4 269 *Scherers Diderot, T. S.Perry... .46 130 Sohiller, Catherine J. The Temptation of Gabriel 40 319 Content 42 237 *Schuilers Die Piccolomini (James. Morgan Hart) 37 502 *Schliemanns, Dr., Discoveries, C. Coo/c 33 756 Schmidt, Julian: A German Critic, T. S. Perry 34 207 *(Schoelcher, Victor) The Life of Handel 1 378 *Schoeppe Trial, The, J. Fiske.... 30 758 School, American Classics in, H. E. Scudder 60 85 School, Nursery Classics in, H. E. Scudder 59 800 *School..Boy, The (0. W. Holmes), W. D. Howells 43 120 *School for Scandal at the Boston Museum, H. James, Jr 34 754 School Funds, The Division of, for Religious Purposes, W. T. Har- 38171 Schoolmasters Story, The, A. M. Diaz 13 416 *School of Shakespeare, The (R. Simpson), T. B. Lounsbury. . .. 42 517 School Programmes be Shortened and Enriched, Can? C. W. Eliot 62 250 *School Reports of the Southern States, Review of, Z. F. Peirce 38 125 Schools, Public, Literature in the, H. E.Scudder 62 223 *Schopenhauer - Lexicon (Julius Frauenstadt), T. S. Perry... .29 504 *Schnmann, Robert, Life of (Von Wasielski; A. L. Alger, trans.).29 500 Schumann, Robert and Clara. Flo- restans Story, M. D. Conway .12 285 Schumanns Kinder-Scenen, H. C. Bunner 60 91 Schumanns Quintette in E Flat Major, A. Brewster 15 718 Schurz, Carl The True Problem 19 371 Schuyler, Eugene *Central Asia 56 422 *Folk Tales: Italian Popular Tales ; Roumanian Fairy Tales.57 419 Schuyler, Montgomery Carlyle and Emerson... 51 774 *5~huylers American Diplomacy, H. Tuttle .58 414 Schwatkas Search: Sledging in the Arctic in Quest of the Frank- lin Records (William H. Gil- der), H. E. Scudder 49 270 *Schweizerische Literatur des achtzehnten Jahrhnnderts (Mdrikofer) 9 654 Schwyz, The Men of, H. J. War- ner 7 334 *Science and Industry for 1873, The Annual Record of (Spencer F. Baird, ed.) 34 237 *Science of Language, Lectures on the (M. MUller), First Series, J. B. Lowell 9 140 *Second Series, T. W. Higgin son 16 128 *Science Primers (Huxley, Roscoe, and Balfour Stewart, eds.), J. Fiske 29 768 *Scientific Education of Women... 33 760 Scientific Farming, M. A. Dodge.. .16 290 *Scintillations from the Prose Works of Heinrich Heine (Simon Adler Stern, trans.), W. D. Howells 32 237 Scofield, Jean Hills of Asham 45 759 Scollard, Clinton The Mmnads .. .59 616 *Sarah de Berenger (Jean Inge- low), H. W. Preston . .45 46 Scott, Sir Walter, T. S. Perry 46 313 193 Scottish Scudder *Scottish Ballads, the Romantic (Clyne), J. R. Lowell 7 124 Scottish Banking, W. Wood 34 85 *Scrarnbles amongst the Alps in the Years 186069 (Edward Whymper), W. D. Howells.... 30 494 Screw-Propulsion its Rise and Progress, W. H. Walker 5 314 Scribe, Eug~ne, J. B. Matthews....47 678 *Scripture Club of Valley Rest, The; or, Sketches of Every- bodys Neighbors (J. Habber- ton), J. M. Bughee 40 381 Scudder, Horace Elisha (R. Fellow, pseud.) A Picture 10 594 Five-Sisters Court at Christmas- Tide 15 22 *Parnassus (Emerson) 35 495 *Life of Benjamin Franklin, writ ten by Himself 35 621 *Conditions of Success in Preach- ing without Notes (Storrs). .. .35 745 *Miltons Areopagitica (J. W. Hales, ed.) 35 761 The Battle of Bunker Hill 36 79 *A Paragraph History of the United States (Abbott) 36 115 *Brief Biographies: English Statesmen. ... . 36 118 A Patriotic Schoolmaster 36 330 *Aristophaness Apology (Brown ing) 36 493 Andersens Short Stories 36 598 *Birds and Seasons in New Eng land (Flagg) 36 623 *A Sheaf of Papers (T. G. A.). .36 627 *How to Make a Living (Eggles ton) 36 627 *Victorian Poets (E. C. 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Alden 11 143 *Stories and Romances, S. Kirlc.47 281 *Stories from my Attic, W. D. Howells 24 766 *The Bodleys Afoot, W. D. Howells. .. .. 45 127 *The Bodleys on Wheels, W. D. Howells 43 123 *The Bodleys Telling Stories, Z. F. Peirce 40 761 *The Dwellers in Five Sisters Court, G. P. Lathrop 38 509 *Men and Letters, G. E. Wood- berry 61 133 Scudder, Samuel Hubbard *Our Common Insects (A. S. Packard, Jr.) 33 496 *The Butterflies of North Amer ica (Edwards) 34 113 *Field Ornithology (Cones) 34 626 *The Insect (Michelet) 37 495 *Half..Hours with Insects (Pack ard) 40 380 Scudder, Vida Dutton (Davida Coit, pseud.) Pbre Antoine 52 498 The Poetic Element in the Mcdi ~eval Drama 56 4~7 A Flight in the Dark (with S. Kirk) 62 766 Sculptor, A New, J. W. Howo .10 282 Sculptors Funeral, The, T. W. Par sons 1 368 *Scnlpture, A History of Ancient (Lucy M. Mitchell), C. E. Woodberry 53 279 198 *Sculpture, The History of: A His- tory of Ancient Sculpture Historical Handbook of Italian Sculpture, C. E. 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Perry 46 267 Searle, Alfred *Selections from the Poems of Ovid (Allens) 35 640 Mars as a Neighbor 41 111 Sears, Barnas *Mixed Schools at the South... .34 379 Sears, Edmund Hamilton Substance and Shadow (James) .12 126 Sears, George W. John o the Smithy 21 298 Sears, John Van Der Zee Housekeeping Hereafter 48 331 *Sea..Shore, The Common Objects of the (J. G. Wood) 2 253 *Seashore and Prairie (Mary P. Thacher), G. P. Let hrop 39 246 *Seaside and Fireside Fairies (A. L. Wistar, trans.) 15 640 *Season, The (1872), W. F. Ap thorp 29 118 30 755 *Season, The Promises of the, W. F. Aptliorp 32 633 *Seat of Empire, The (Coffin) 26 256 *Seaton, William Winston, Bio- graphical Sketch of, W. D. Howells 28 122 Seaward, C. Thaxter 12 241 Second Sequel *Second Army Corps in the Army of the Potomac, History of the (Walker), J. C. Ropes 59 694 Second Capture, My, W. W. Wilt banle 16 195 Second Place, The, S. M. Spalding .43 216 Second Son, The, M. 0. 14. Oh- pliant and T. B. 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Catherwood 49 752 *Serment de Madeleine, Le (Charles Deslys), T. S. Perry 38 371 Sermon, The, F. Sewall 40 688 Sermon in a Stone, A, S. II. Paifrey .8 310 *Sermon on the Monnt, The, H. E. Scudder 56 ~07 *Sermons preached at Trinity Chapel, Brighton, Second Series (Rev. P. XV. Robert- son), E. P. Whipple 2 127 *Sermons preached in the Chapel of Harvard College (Walker), E. P. W:ipple ... .8 643 *Serrnous of the Rev. C. H. Spur- geon of London, Third Series... 1 379 *Sermons (Spnrgeon), Seventh Se- ries, H. Al. Alden 12 129 Service, E. R. Sill 52 48 Service, J. T. Trowbridge 14 443 Service or Labor, The Claims to, R. D. Owen 12 116 Sesames, H. if. Jackson 57 98 *Seton, Mrs. Eliza A, Foundress and First Snperior of the Sisters or Dangbters of Charity in the United States of Amer- ica, Life of (C. I. White), H. E. Scudder 44 266 Seven Days, The, F. L. Mace 47 359 *Seven Little People and their Friends (H. E. Scudder), H. Al. Alden 11 143 *Sevenoaks (J. G. Holland), G. P. Lathrop 37 117 Seventy-Six, On Board the. Writ- ten for Bryants Seventieth Birthday, J. I?. Lowell 15 107 Seven Weeks in the Great Yo- Semite, F. H. Ludlow 13 739 Seven Wonders of the World The Printing Press ; The Ocean Steamer; The Locomotive; The Telegraph and Telephone; The Photograph ; The Spec- troscope ; The Microphone, C. P. Cranch . 43 616 Severn, Joseph On the Vicissitndes of Keatss Fame 11 401 Sewall, Lucretia Day Incidents of the Portland Fire.. .18 356 *Sewall, Samuel, Diary of, 1674 1729, Vol. I. 16741700, H. E. Scudder 43 539 Seward, William H.. H. C. Lodge. .53 682 Sewell, Frank Sonnet, I stood and leaned upon a balustrade 36 522 The Sermon 40 688 Sewing Machine, History of the, J. Parton 19 527 *Sex in Education (Edward H. Clarke), 0. W. Holmes 32 737 Seymour, Charles A Western View of Inter-State Transportation 30 345 Shadow, A, T. W. Hiqyinson 26 4 Shadow, The, J. B. Tahb 56 768 Shadow Boat, A, A. Bates 50 559 Shadow of Doom, The, C. 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Perry 46 709 *Shakespeare, from an American Point of View (G. Wilkes), A. Guinea 40 247 Shakespeare Mystery, The, R. C. White 8 257 *Shakespearomanie, Die (Roderick Benedix), T. S. Perry 34 118 Shakespeare - Shapleigh Entangle- ment, The, J. Winsor 59 617 Shakespeare - Studien (Otto Lud- wig), T. S. Perry 29 242 Shakespeares Art, R. G. White. .. 3 657 Shakespeares Comedies, Time in, H. A. Clapp. ... 55 386 *Shakespeares Dream, and Other Poems (William Leighton), C. P. Lathrop 47 431 *Shakespeares Fellows: The Works of Christopher Mar- lowe; The Works of Thomas Middleton, G. E. Woodberry. .56 851 Shakespeares Genius, The Growth, Limitations, and. Toleration of, E. P. JVhippie 20 178 Shakespeares Plays, Time in, H. A. Clapp 55 543 *Shakespeares Plutarch (Skeat)... 38 629 Shakespeare, The Man and the Dramatist, E. P. Whipple 19 715 Shakespeare, William, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, B. C. TVhite 4 84 Shakespeare, William, The Anato- mizing of, ft. G. White... 53 595, 815k 54 257, 313 Shakespeare Wrote, The People for whom, C. D. Warner 43 729 44 44 Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate Earthquakes 23 676 Great Earthquakes of the Old World 24 140 Earthquakes of the American Continent 24 461 Earthquakes of the Western United States 24 549 California Earthquakes 25 351 An Ex-Southerner in South Caro lina 26 53 Father Blumhardts Prayerful Hotel 26 712 *Geology and Physical Geography of Brazil (Hartt) 26 763 *The Origin of Civilization and Primitive Condition of Man (Lubbock) 27 140 The Summers Journey of a Nat uralist 31 707; 32 181, 349 The Moon 34 270 Marthas Vineyard 34 732 A State Survey for Massachusetts.35 357 *The Womans Educational Move ment in England 36 126 How to change the North Amer ican Climate 40 724 The Silver Question Geologically Considered 41 620 Reelfoot Lake 42 216 The Natural History of Politics .43 302 The Use of Numbers in Society. .44 326 Future of Precious Metal Mining in the United States 45 765 The Future of Weather Foretell ing 46 645 A Winter Journey in Colorado. .47 46 Hurricanes 49 330 The Floods of the Mississippi Val ley 51 653 The Red Sunsets 53 475 The Negro Problem 54 696 *Paradise Found 56 126 Three Prejudices 58 510 *Schurzs Life of Henry Clay.. .60 556 The Law of Fashion 61 386 Shall Members of the Cabinet sit in Congress? W. Brown 50 95 Shall we Compromise? D. A. Was- son 11 649 Shanks, William Franklin Gore Life-Saving as a Business Duty. .24 731 Shanly, Charles Dawson A Perilous Bivouac 2 170 The Walker of the Snow 3 631 Dog-Talk 4 590 White Mice 5 329 Walker 6 460 Seuppaug 7 152 A Nook of the North 7 346 Capillary Freaks 19 66 Comic Journalism 19 167 Germany in New York 19 555 Canadian Woods and Waters... .20 311 The Bowery at Night 20 602 201 Shasta Short Along the Hudson River at New York 22 1 Convivial Songs 22 150 The Small Arabs of New York. .23 279 Hunting in the British Islands. . .24 431 The Street Cries of New York.. .25 199 Signs and Show Cases in New York 25 526 New York Dogs 29 550 The Hare and Many Foes 31 671 Some Objections to the Sea 32 482 Coney Island 34 306 Shasta, C. King 28 710 *Sheaf of Papers, A (T. G. A.), H. E. Scudder 36 627 Sheaf of Sonnets, A I. Ellen Terrys Beatrice. II. The Re- solve. III. On First Reading Landors Hellenics. IV. Bachs St. Matthew Passion Music. V. The Passing of the Year, H. U. Cone 55 184 *Shelburne, Life of William, Earl of (Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice), H. W. Preston 37 623; 38 369 Sheldon, Frederick Thomas 1?aines Second Appear ance in ~e United States 4 1 Tom Paines First Appearance in America 4 565 Thomas Paine in England and in France 4 690 Mirandas Expedition 5 589 A Short Campaign on the Hudson .5 680 The United States and the Bar bary States 6 641 Fouquet the Magnificent 13 467 The Pleindes of Connecticut 15 187 Reguard 15 700 Nantucket 17 296 Various Aspects of the Woman Question 18 425 Fugitives from Labor 20 370 The Dead Level 24 661 De Senectute 54 668 Shell and the World, The, R. H. Let hrop 58 317 Shelley. By one who knew him, T. Hunt 11 184 Shelley, More Words about, W. Dowe. 6 59 *Shelley, Percy Bysshe, Tbe Life of (Dowden), U. E. Woodherry. .59 559 *Shenandoah, The (C. E. hunt).. .19 761 Shepard, Charles Upham Percival 4 59 *Shepherd Lady and other Poems (Jean Ingelow) 37 117 Shepley, George Foster Incidents of the Capture of Rich ruond 46 18 Sheppard, Elizabeth Sara The Childrens Cities 10 119 Threnody ... .11 176 Sheppard, Elizabeth Sara, S. Con yers 10 498 Sheridan at Winchester, B. W. ~Zrowninshield 42 683 *Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, The Dramatic Works of (Richard Grant White), H. E. Scudder.52 566 Sheriff Thorne, J. T. Trowbridge. .33 193 Sherman, Frank Dempster Bacehus 56 44 Dawn and Dusk 55 791 *Sberman, General William T., Me- moirs of. By Himself, F. W. Paifrey 36 245 *Shermans Historical Raid (H. V. Boynton), F. V. Greene 37 114 Sherwood, Mrs. Mary Eliza- beth Wilson A Curiosity of Literature 31 210 Faithful Bean 33 196 New England Women 42 230 Georges Little Girl 43 619 *She Stoops to Conquer (E. A. Ab- bey, illus.), G. E. Woodberry. .59 262 Shetland Shawl, A, C. Sticlcney 5 149 Shifting of Power, The. Balances and Checks in Government, G. H. Learnan 27 605 Shinn, Charles Howard Beneath her Window 40 668 Ship, My, A. Fields 11 420 Ship from France, The, C. L. Cleaveland .43 601 Ship in the Desert, The, J. Miller. .34 48 *Ship in the Desert, The (Joaquin Miller), U. P. Lathrop 37 240 Shipping of the United States, The, E. H. Derby 26 82 Ships, H. R. Hudson 33 282 Shipwreck, J. R. Lowell 2 101 Shoddy, E. P. Whijpple 27 338 Shore House, The, S. 0. Jewett. ... 32 358 Shore to Shore, From, J4/. J. Still man 29 596 Short Campaign on the Hudson, A, F. Sheldon 5 680 *Short History of the English Peo- ple, A (J. R. Green), Arthur Gilman 35 738 *Short Stories, Recent Volumes of: Stories and Romances; Adiron- dack Stories; Hephzibah Gum- ness; The Tragedy of the Un- expected and other Stories, S. Kirk 47 280 *Short Studies on Great Subjects. Third Series (J. A. Fronde), H. E. Scudder 40 498 202 Should Singer Should a College Educate? E. R. Sill 56 207 *Should we gain by a Change? S. R. Reed 3~3 508 Shouvaloff, Count, A. Gustafson .. .42 333 Shove, George Anthony Life under Glass 31 329 Shylock vs. Antonio, C. H. Phelps. .57 463 Siberian Exiles, T. W. Knox 22 273 *Sibyl Spencer (J. Kent), H. W. Preston 43 172 Sibyl the Savage, L. W. Champney .58 89 Sibylline Bartering, E. R. Sill 57 229 Sicilian Hospitality, L. Monti 46 163 Sicily, A Journey in, C. C. Block.. .6 209 Side-Glances at Harvard Class-Day, Al. A. Dodge .12 242 Sidney and Raleigh, E. P. Whipple.22 304 *Sidoi~ie [Froment Jeune et Risler Aiu~] (Alphonse Daudet), T. S. Perry 40 111 *Siege of Babylon, The, W. D. How ells 24 385 Siege of Boston, The, H. E. Scud der 37 466 Siege of Cincinnati, The, T. B. Read. 11 229 *Siege of London, The, The Pen- sion Beaurepas, and The Poiiit of View (Henry James, Jr.), H. E. Scudder 51 706 Siena, H. James, Jr 33 664 Siena, Life in Old, E. D. R. Bian ciardi 51 782 *Sigrnund Bresteson (Kristofer Jan- son), T. S. Perry 30 497 *Signal Boys, The; or, Captain Sams Company (G. C. Eggles- ton), W. D. Howells 41 137 *Signal Officer, Report of the Chief, J. Trowbridge 34 236 *Signing the Contract and What it Cost (Martha Finley), H. W. Preston 43 757 *Signor Monaldinis Niece (M. A. Tineker), H. W. Preston 43 504 Signs and Show-Cases in New York, C. D. Shanly 25 526 Silence, J. C. R. Dorr 54 308 Silenee, A Plea for, H. T. Tucker- man 26 698 Silent Friend, Letter to a, W. Sils bee 162~1 Silent Guest, A, L. C. Moulton... .60 374 Silent Melody, The, 0. W. HolmesA2 335 Silent Tide, The, G. P. Lathrop.. . .36 616 Silk Industry in America, The, S. T. Barrows 46 614 Sill, Edward Rowland (Andrew Hedbrooke, pseud.) The Fools Prayer. 43 443 203 Herbert Spencers Theory of Edu cation 51 171 Service 52 48 Carpe Diem 54 162 Among the Redwoods 54 812 Strange 55 258 The Book of Hours 55 343 Her Explanation 55 691 Tempted 56 69 Should a College Educate 9 56 207 Hermione 56 215 An Interlude 56 227 Words, words, words 56 626 Principles of Criticism 56 665 Sibylline Bartering 57 229 A Rhapsody of Clouds 57 254 Eves Daughter 57 368 Before Sunrise in Winter 57 507 The Thrush 57 589 The Coup de Grace 57 815 Individual Continuity 58 267 The Links of Chance 58 375 To a Maid Demure 58 684 The Physiognomy of the Days.. .59 52 Every-Day Life 59 98 Blindfold 59 342 An Ancient Error 59 667 Recall 59 799 Alone 60 299 Reproof in Love 60 645 *Sill, Edward Rowland, Poems by, H. E. Scudder 61 419 *Silliman, Benjamin, Life of (George P. Fisher), W. D. Ilowells 18 126 Slisbee, Jane, pseud. (See Jack- son, Helen Maria) Silsbee, William Letter to a Silent Friend 16 221 Silurian Beach, The, L. Agassiz. .. .11 460 Silver Bridge, The, E. A. Allen... .40 295 *Silver Bridge and other Poems, The (Ackers), G. E. Wood- berry 59 413 Silver Buttons, E. H. Fenn 42 437 *Silver Country, The; or, The Great Southwest (Alexander D. Anderson), T. S. Perry.... 42 584 Silver Danger, The, J. L. Laughlin .53 677 Silver Question Geologically Con- sidered, The, N. S. Shaler. ... 41 621 *Simes History of Germany 34 512 *Simple Amour (Louis Ulbach), T. S. Perry 43 548 Simples and Simplers, W. Plo gg. .29 743 *Simpleton, A (Charles Reade).... 32 501 *Simplicity of Christs Teachings set forth in Sermons, The (C. T. Brooks), C. P. Norton 5 250 Sincere Demagogy, J. B. Harri~on .44 488 Singer, The, J. G. Whittier 28 220 Singer Smith Singer, The, T. B. Read 4 366 *Singers, Otto, Caiitata, The Land- ing of the Pilgrim Fathers, W. F. Apthorp 38 252 Singing-Birds and their Songs, The, W. Flagg 2 285 Singing-School Romance, The, H. H. Weld 18 740 Singing Wire, The, G. P. Lathrop. .32 46 Singular Case of Jeshurun Barker, The, K. W. Hamilton 56 13 *Sir Rohans Ghost, J. R. Lowell.... 5 252 Sister Beatrice, E. C. Steadman... 39 69 Sister Marys Story, H. M. Jackson.44 576 Sisters, The, J. G. Whittier 27 68 *Sisters, The, Inisfail, and other Poems (Aubrey de Vere) 9 519 *Situation, The, W. D. Howells. . . .30 127 *Six Dramas (Calderon; Edward Fitzgerald, trans.), T. S. Perry .39 734 *Six Little Rebels (Kate Tannatt Woods), H. E. Scudder 45 128 Six Months at Astrakhan, E. Noble.55 792 *Six Months at the White House with Abraham Lincoln (F. B. Carpenter) 18 644 *Six Months in Ascension (Mrs. Gill) 43 683 *Six Months in the Federal States (Edward Dicey), J. P. Quincy.12 395 *Six Months nnder the Red Cross (George H. Boyland), W. D. Howells 32 748 *Six Songs (F. L. Ritter, composer).39 386 *Six to One, H. W. Preston 42 697 *Sixty Years Gleanings from Lifes Harvest (Johii Brown) 3 770 Skater, The 2 788 Skater Belle, Our, J. W. de Forest. .3 491 Skeleton, An Uncloseted, L. P. Hale and E. L. Bynner 60 433 *Skeleton in Armor, The (Long fellow) 39 114 *Sketches Abroad with Pen and Pencil (F. 0. C. Darley) 23 132 *Sketches and Studies in Southern Europe (John Addington Sy- inonds), L. Dyer 46 279 *Sketches, New and Old (Mark Twain), W. D. Howells 36 749 Skipper Ben, L. Larcom 16 84 Skipper Iresons Ride, J. G. Whit tier 1 223 *Skizzen aus dciii Tagebuche eines J~igers (Iwan Turg~njew), T. S. Perry 35 748 Skull in the Gold Drift, The, E. C. Stedman 35 200 *Slave Power, The; its Character, Career, and Probable Designs (Cairnes) 10 383 204 *Slavery, The Laws of Race as con- nected with, C. E. Norton 7 252 *Slavery and Secession in America (Thomas Ellison), J. P. Quincy.1l 265 Slavery in its Principles, Develop- ment, and Expedients, E. P. Whipple 9 627 Sleep, K. L. Bates 44 451 Sleep, L. I. Guiney 58 791 Sleeper, The, B. Taylor 16 711 Sleeping City, A, E. H. Clement. . .46 651 Sleeping Seiitinel, The 11 84 Sleeps Threshold, E. Fawcett 48 240 Small Arabs of New York, The, C. D. Shanly 23 279 Smalley, Eugene Virgil The Strong Government Idea... .45 273 Republican Candidates for the Presidency 45 549 The Democratic Presidential Nomination 45 662 The Political Attitude of the South 45 817 The Republicans and their Candi date 46 258 Progress of the Presidential Can vass 46 396 Business Issues of the Presiden- tial Canvass 46 555 A Look Ahead 47 103 The Political Situation 49 393 The Political Field 53 124 *Small House at Alhington, The (Anthony Trollope) 14 254 Small Sins of Congress, The, J. Parton 24 517 *(Smiles, Samuel) Lives of Boulton and Watt 17 384 *The Life of George Stephen son, Railway Engineer 2 124 Smith, T. B. Aldrich 47 29 *(Smith, Alexander) City Poems... .1 383 *Edwin of Deira 8 377 *Smith, Captain John (15791631), sometime Governor of Vir- ginia, and Admiral of New England (Charles Dudley Warner), H. B. Scudder 49 422 Smith, Charles Forster Southern Colleges and Schools... 54 542 Southern Colleges and Schools. . .56 738 *Smith, Colonel James, An Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of, W. D. Howells 26 507 *Smith, Gerrit. A Biography (0. B. Frothiugham), F. B. San- born 41 671 Smith, Goldwin England and America 14 749 An Englishman in Normandy... .18 64 Smith Somerville The Study of History 25 44 Is Universal Suffrage a Failure ?.43 71 Prospect of a Moral Jnterregnum.44 629 Pessimism 495195 Smith, Mary Louisa The Forge 16 586, 684 *Smith, Thomas Assheton, Reminis- cences of the late, F. J. Child. .6 632 *Smiths, Goldwin, Cowper, TV. D. Howells 46 425 I *Smoke (I. S. Turgeneff; William F. West, trans.), W. D. How ells 30 243 *Smoking and Drinking (James Parton) 22 637 Smollett, Some Inedited Memorials of, W. Sargent 3 693 *Snap Judgment in Musical Criti- cisms, W. F. Apthorp 38 377 Snodgrass, 3. E. A Pioneer Editor 17 743 Snow, E. A. C. Alcers 13 200 Snow, T. W. Higginson 9 188 Snow, T. B. Aldrich 17 364 *Snow..Bound (John G. Whittier). .17 383 Snow-Man, The, C. J. Sprague.... 13 574 Snow-Walkers, The, .1. Burroughs. .17 302 So as by Fire, W. 0. Stoddard... .48 646 Social Aspects of the German Ro- mantic School, II. H. Bogeson .36 49 Social Experiment at New Har- mony, The. A Chapter of Autobiography, R. D. Owen... 32 224 *Socialism (Roswell ID. Hitchcock) .43 547 Socialism in Germany, W. Brown.. 44 521 Socialistic and other Assassinations, J. H. Hagnie 46 466 Socialists in a German University, W. Brown 48 801 *Social Life in Greece from Homer to Menander (J. P. Mahaffy), T. S. Perry 35 504 *Social Life of the Chinese (Justus Doolittle), 1. W. Higginson.. 17 779 *Social Science, Journal of, No. VI..34 500 *Social Statics (Herbert Spencer), J. P. Quincy . 16 381 Social Washington, H. L. Nelson... 52 818 *Society and Solitude (Emerson), T. W. Higginson 26 119 *Society the Redeemed form of Man, and the Earnest of Gods Omnipotence in Human Na- ture (Henry James) 43 822 *Society to Enconrnge Studies at Home, Fourth Year of, The, H. E. Scudder 40 254 Sociology, A Study in, AL A. Har daker 50 214 *Sociology, The Study of (Herbert Spencer), T. S. Perry 33 238 Sociology and Hero-Worship. An Evolutionists Reply to Dr. James, J. Fiske 47 75 *Socrates A Translation of the Apology, Crito, and Parts of the Phaedo of Plato 43 685 Solar System, Birth of the, J. D. Whelpley 23 221 Soldier-Poetry, Some, J. Weiss.... 10 1 Soldiers, Our, II. K. Furuess 13 364 Soldiers Ancestry, A, J. T. Fields. .8 159 Soldiers Rally, The, E. J. Cutter. .11 134 Solid Operations in Virgini~a; or, T is eighty years since, E. E. Hale 9 781 Solitary Bee, The, E. M. Thomas. .54 557 Solitude and Society, R. W. Emer son 1 225 *Solitmides of Nature amid of Man, The (W. R. Alger) 19 640 Solomon, C. F. Woolson 32 413 Sonic Account of a Visionary, M. James 5 192 Some Account of the Early Life of an Old Bachelor, A. .111. Diaz. .13 560 Some Accoumit of Thomas Tucker, Ii. T. Cooke 50 177 Some Arcadian Shepherds, W. D. Howells 29 84 Some Coral Islands and Islanders, J. D. Hague 22 36 Some English Workingmen, J. Mc Carthy 26 458 *Some Heroes of Travel; or, Chap- ters from the History of Geo- graphical Discovery and Enter- prise (W. H. Adams), H. E. Scudder 47 125 Some Impressions of London Social Life, E. S. Nadal 31 462 Some Memories of Charles Dickens, J. T. Fields 26 235 Some Notes on Shakespeare, F. A. Kemble 6 288 Some Objections to the Sea, C. D. Shanly 32 482 Some of the Haunts of Burns, N. Hawthorne 6 385 Some of the Wonders of Modern Surgery, W. T. Helmnuth 21 373 Somne of Us. A Southwestern Sketch, E. A. Edwards 44 725 Some Railroad Accidents, Of, C. F. Adams, Jr 36 571, 736 Some Results from my Spiritual Studies, R. D. Owen 34 719 Somerville, Mary, Ill. Mitchell 5 568 *Son~erville, Mary, Personal Recol- lections, from early Life to Old Age, of (Martha Somer- ville), H. W. Preston .33 494 205 Some Sonnet Some Testimony in the Case, R. H. Davis 56 602 Something about Bridges, H. T. Tucicerman 12 740 Something about History, H. T. Tucicerman .6 298 Something about Pictures, H. T. Tuckerman 1 402 Something Left Undone, H. TV. Longfellow 12 637 Something Passes, E. Al. Thomas. .52 38 Some Truths about the Civil Ser- vice, H. L. Nelson 51 231 Some Unappreciated Characters, By an Old Fogy, C. C. Hazewell. .19 593 Some War Scenes Revisited, T. TV. Higginson 42 1 *Son-ie Womens Hearts (Louise Chandler Moulton), 0. P. La throp 34 230 Song Dear Love, let this my song, etc., Words by G. P. Lathrop; Music by George L. Osgood 40 476 Sono~: I wore your roses yester.. day, C. Thaxter 36 151 Song: 0 new found earth! 0 won- drous birth I E. E. Brown.... 42 596 Song: Stay, stay at home, my heart, and rest, H. TV. Long fellow 41 235 Song: The clover blossoms kiss her feet, 0. Laighton 25 687 Song: The very stars will rise and swing, M. N. Prescott 59 448 Song: We have been lovers now, my dear, A. Cary 13 363 Song : We sail toward evenings lonely star, C. Thaxter 31 28 Song: The Wedding Day, E. C. Stedman 42 106 Song in a Dream 8 741 Song of Fatima, The, T. B. Aldrich .6 297 Song of Nature, R. TV. Emer.~on.... 5 18 Song of Rorek, The, J. TV. Weide meyer 30 17 Song of Silenus, The, S. V. Cole... 54 677 *Song of the Shirt (Constant Mayer) 37 382 *Song of the Sower, The (Bryant), TV. D. Howells 27 269 Song Sparrow, The, A. Fields 18 5~9 Song Sparrow, The, C. Thaxter.... 32 539 *SoIigs, New, TV. F. Apthorp 38 639 39 386 *Songs and Ballads, New (Nora Perry), C. E. TVoodberry 59 416 Songs and Eccentricities of Birds, JV. Flagg 44 349 *Soiigs and Lyrics (Ellen Mackay Hutchinson), C. P. Lathrop... 49 553 *Songs and Satires (Roche), G. F. Woodberry 59 412 *Songs at the Start (Louise Imo- gen Guiney), U. P. Lathrop... 54 123 *Songs from the Southern Seas and other Poems (John Boyle OReilly), TV. D. Howells 33 106 *Songs of Fair Weather (Maurice Thompson), H. E. Scudder... 52 841 *Songs of Many Seasons (holmes), TV. D. Howells 35 105 *Songs of Seven (Jeun Ingelow). . .17 122 *The Same, illustrated, H. F. Scudder 49 132 *Songs of our Youth, by the author of John Halifax, Gentleman, TV. 1K Apthorp 37 251 *Songs of the Pyrenees (Arr. by M. H. Sturgis and W. P. Blake).40 128 *Songs of the Russian People, The (W. R. Ralston), T. S. Perry.32 371 Songs of the Sea, TV. Mitchell 2 152 *Songs of the Sierras (Joaquin Miller), TV. D. Ilowells 28 770 *Songs of the Sunlands (Joaquin Miller), TV. D. Howells 33 107 Songs of the Troubadours, The, H. TV. Preston 38 451 *Songs of Two Worlds 34 743 Songs that are not Sung, The, J. B. OReilly 52 703 *Sonia (henry Gr~ville), T. S. Perry 42 302 *Sonnet, Book of the (Leigh Hunt and S. Adams Lee), TV. D. Howells 19 510 Sonnet : Day follows day; years perish ; still mine eyes, P. H. Hayne 37 650 Sonnet : Enamored architect of airy rhyme, T. B. Aldrich.... 38 310 Sonnet : Ere yet in Virgil I could scan or spell, L. C. Bull 62 273 Sonnet: I stood and leaned upon a balustrade, F. Sewall 36 522 Sonnet : 0 Moon, white spirit of a star long dead, F. 211. Brown .47 537 Sonnet : Rather, my people, let thy youths parade, C. H. Bolcer 20 744 Sonnet: The brave old poets sing of nobler themes, P. H. Hayne 1 500 Sonnet: The maple puts her cor- als on in May, J. R. Lowell... .1 120 Sonnet: The starry flower, the flower-like stars that fade, F. C. Tuckerman 9 731 Sonnet: To F. A., J. R. Lowell.... 35 560 Sonnet, with a version of Euripides Alcestis, TV. C. Lawton 59 649 206 Sonnet Speckled Sonnet, written after a Violent Thunder-Storm in the Country, P. H. Hagne 6 481 Sonnets: I. At Stratford on Avon. II. Three Flowers, T. B. Al drich 37 91 Sonnets : I. Rachel iRistori. II. Sleep, T. B. Aldrich 36 297 Sonnets from over Sea: I. English Border. II. On being asked for an Autograph in Venice, J. R. Lowell 36 37 *Sonnets from the Portuguese, G. E. lVoodberry 59 126 *Sons of Godwin, The (WT. Leighton, Jr.), G. P. Lathrop 39 498 *Sordello, Strafford, Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day (Robert Brown ing), J. Weiss 13 639 Sorrow, C. Thavter 19 582 *So runs the World away (Mrs. Steele) 26 128 Soul of the Far East, The, P. Lowell .60 40.5, 515, 614, 836 *Sounds from Secret Chambers (Laura C. Redden) 33 235 Sources of Early Israclitish History, The, P. H. Wiclcstead 53 387 *Sources of Standard English, The (T. L. Kington Oliphant) 33 750 South, Resources of the, E. H. Derby .10 502 South Breaker, The, H. E. Pres cott 9 557, 687 South Carolina, An Ex-Southerner in, N. S. Shaler 26 53 South Carolina in 1860, A Visit to, E. G. Mason 53 241 South Carolina, The Political Con- dition of, B. 0. Townsend 39 177 South Carolina, The Result in, B. 0. Townsend 41 1 South Carolina Morals, B. 0. Town send 39 467 South Carolina Society, B. 0. Town send 39 670 South Devil, The, C. F. Woolson. .45 173 Southern Colleges and Schools, C. F. Smith 54 542 56 738 Southern Cross, The, A. D. T. Whitney 9 337 Southern Home Politics, A. Web ster, Jr .. .36 464 *Southera Planter, A, fL E. Scud der 61 835 *South Sea Bubbles 30 114 *South Sea Idyls (Charles Warren Stoddard) 32 740 *South since the War, The (Sidney Andrews) 17 778 Southwestern Kansas seen with Eastern Eyes, .111. H. Leonard.56 101 *Souvenirs dEnfance et de Jeunesse (Ernest Renais), H. James.... 52 274 *Souvenirs de Jeunesse (Francisque Sarcey), J. C. Rosengarten.... 56 134 *Souvenirs dune Mission Musicale en Grace et en Orient (L.-A. Bourgault-Ducoudray), W. F. Apt ho rp 46 410 *Souvenirs Litt~raires (Maxima du Camp), T. Child 50 272 *Souvcnirs of my Time (Jessie Ben- ton Fr~mont), H. 1. Scudder .60 129 *Souvcnirs persounels dEmeutes at de Revolutions (Amad~e Achard), T. S. Perry 30 118 Sovereigns and Sons, C. C. Hazewell .11 145 *Spain, By the Baron Ch. Davillier .36 748 Spain, A Cooks Tourist in... .54 33, 191 Spain, A Ride in, C. D. Warner. . . .50 608 Spain, The Rehabilitation of, C. C. Hazewell 9 351 *Spain and the Spaniards (Edinondo de Amicis; Wilhehnina W. Cady, trans.), C. C. Leland... 48 833 (~. E. Woodberry .57 277 *Spain in Profile (J. A. Harrison), T. S. Perry 44 650 Spaniard and the Heretic, The, F. Parlcman 12 537 Spaniards Graves at the Isles of Shoals, The, C. Thaxter 15 406 Spanish Coast, Around the, C. D. Warner 52 257 *Spauish Conquest in America, and its Relatioss to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies, The (Helps) 1 377 *Spanish Gypsy, The (George Eliot), W. D. flowells 22 380 *Spanish Literature, History of (Geo. Ticknor), G. S. Hillard. .12 662 *Spanish Peninsula in Travel, The: In the Shadow of the Pyrenees from Basque-Laud to Carca- sonne; Spanish Vistas, H. E. Scudder 52 408 *Spanish Vistas (Lathrop and Rein- hart), H. E. Scudder 52 410 Spalding, Susan Marr The Second Place 43 216 Dear Hands 51 217 *Spare Hours (Dr. John Brown).... 8 771 Sparrow, My, K. Hillard. 31 308 Spartacus, C. C. Hazewell ... 1 288 *Spartali..Stillman, Mrs., Two Pic- tures by, C. P. Lathrop 31 370 Spasm of Sense, A, M. A. Dodge. .11 407 Specie Resumption, S. B. Reed.... 31 598 Speckled Trout, J. Burroughs 26 429 207 Spectroscope Spectroscope, The, C. P. Cranch. .43 618 *Spectrum Analysis (H. Schellen), J. Fiske 29 768 *Spceches, Lectures, and Letters by Wendell Phillips, D. A. JVas son 12 792 Speech of Holible Preserved Doe in Secret Caucus, J. R. Lowell. .9 641 Spell-Bound Fiddler, The, H. H. Boyesen 47 285 Spencer, Carl The New Light 28 601 Spencer, Edward Clarians Picture 5 707; 6 66 The First Atlantic Telegraph 7 170 Bad Symptoms 17 768 A Good Word for Quacks 31 322 Medical Fashions 37 551 *(Spencer, Herbert) Illustrations of Progress, J. P. Quincy 13 775 *Social Statics, J. P. Quincy. .16 381 Spencers, herbert, Theory of Education, E. ft. Sill 51 171 Spencer, Oliver M. A Day at a Consulate 22 702 Spenser, E. P. TV/tipple 21 395 Sphinx, The, J. A. Doryan 3 724 Sphinx, The, M. E. N. Hatheway. .28 563 Sphinxs Children, The, ft. Terry.. .5 746 Spider, The, H. S. Cornwell 42 706 Spires, About, H. Van Brunt 5 75 Spiridione Episcopo, Dc, C. G. Le- land 17 454 Spirit to Spirit, E. ~1I. Thomas 55 168 Spirits, L. Al. Child 9 578 Spirits in Prison, C. P. Cranch 2 838 Spiritualism and Mediomania (Frederic R. Marvin) 34 628 Spiritualism New and Old, H. fames 29 358 Spofford, Mrs. Harriet Prescott. (See, also, Prescott, Harriet Elizabeth) Yesterday 18 367 The River. 19 287 Flotsam and Jetsam 21 7, 186, 313 A Four OClock 22 110 Lost and Found 22 243 Little Ben 26 309 Miss Moggaridges Provider. ... 27 17 Footpads 27 401 Nocturne 30 526w Listening 34 440 The Nun and Harp 36 281 The Old Poet and his Wife 37 532 Our Neighbor 4251 An Old Song 42 631 A Birthday 43 58 Witchwork 43 566 Intermezzo 45 32 The Star in the East 55 103 Stage *(Spofford, Harriet Prescott) Poems, U. P. Lathrop 49 550 Spofford, Richard Smith, Jr. My Ship at Sea 22 56 *Spontaneons Generation Contro versy, The, J. Fiske 32 760 *Sporting Adventures in the Far West (J. M. Murphy), T. S. Perry 46 267 *Sports that kill (T. Dc Witt Tal mage) 36 754 Spots on the Sun, J. J. Dixwell. ... 27 500 Sprague, Charles James The Snow Man 13 574 A Paper of Candle-Ends 16 61 On a Pair of Old Shoes 16 360 Court-Cards 17 178 Mephistophelean 17 632 Tied toaRope 17 721 A Bundle of Bones 18 60 The Darwinian Theory 18 415 The Lie 20 598 What we feel 20 740 The Impossibility of Chance 22 315 Spring, A. C. Braclcett 3 737 Spring W W Story 677 Spring at the Capital, E. A. C. Alcers 11 766 *Spring Floods (Ivan Turg~nieff; Sophie Michell Butts, trans.). .34 231 Spring in New England (1875), T. B. Aldrich 35 641 Spring in Washington, J. Burroughs .23 580 Spring Miracles, E. A. Allen 39 568 Spring Opening, A, E. M. Thomas .47 764 Spring-Song, A. De Vere 5 672 Spring-Song, S. M. B. Piatt 41 790 *(Spurgeon, Charles H.) Sermons, Seventh Series, H. M. Al den 12 129 *Sermons, Third Series 1 379 *Spnr of Monmouth, The; or Wash- ington in Arms, T. S. Perry.. .38 751 Squier, Ephraim George Hunting a Pass 5 447 644 Staff of the United States Army, The, ft. Williams 41 376 Stage, A Conversation on the, K. Field 21 270 *Stage, The, W. F. Apthorp 30 248 *Stage, The; or, Recollections of Actors and Acting from an Experience of Fifty Years (James E. Murdock), U. E. Woodherry 47 565 Stage Buffoons, E. Robins 51 529 *Stage Elocution, W. F. Aptltorp. .30 248 Stage Rosalinds, ft. U. White. 51 248 Stage-Struck, J. Winsor, Jr 22 79 Sta~e in Germany, The, S. Baxter. .42 177 208 Stampa *Stampa, Gaspara (Eugene Benson and George lileining), G. P. Let hrop 49 121 Stand-Point of the Boarding-House, The, J. D. Howard 19 246 Stanley, Dean, P. Brooks 48 547 Stanton, Edwin M., H. Wilson. .. .25 234 Stanton, Mrs. Harriet Cushman Woodman Poets and Birds A Criticism.. .52 329 *A Literary Curiosity 54 398 Stanwood, Edward *Moaey and its Laws (Poor).... 41 266 The Progress of Nationalism. ... 53 701 *Knoxs United States Notes.... 54 709 Canada and the British Connec tion 54 839 An Old-Time Grievance 56 627 A Glimpse at 1786 57 777 Starbleak, Helen E. Winter-Killed 51 652 Star in the East, The, H. P~ Spof ford 55 103 Star in the Valley, The, 111. N. Mur free 42 532 State and the Railroads, The, C. F. Adams, Jr 37 360, 691 38 72 *State Board of Health of Massa- chusetts, Second Annual Re- port of the, M. Wyman 27 772 *State Board of Health of Massa- chusetts, Fifth Annual Report of the, W. James 34 234 *State of Prisons and Child-Saving Institutions in the Civilized World, The (E. C. Wines), C. D. Warner 45 413 *States and Territories, J~eports of Superintendents in, Z. F. Peirce 34 637 Statesmanship of Richelien, The, A. D. White 9 611 State Survey for Massachusetts, A, N. S. Shaler 35 357 Statue, A, S. M. B. Piatt 24 25 Statue of Leif Erikson, The, H. Van Brunt 57 813 *Statues in the Block, The, and Other Poems (John Boyle OReilly), G. P. Lathrop 47 859 Stearns, G. L., J. 0. Whittier. 19 70~ Stedman, Edmund Clarence Edwin Booth 17 585 The Mountain 17 734 Pan in Wall Street 19 118 The Feast of Harvest 20 616 Toujours Amour 20 728 The Doorstep 23 147 Tennyson and Theocritus. .. .. . .28 513 The heart of New England 29 34 Stevenson *Bryants Translation of the Odyssey 29 619 The Lords-Day Gale 33 402 The Skull in the Gold Drift 35 200 Sister Beatrice 39 69 News from Olympia 39 159 Creole Lovers Song 39 492 Seeking the May-Flower 39 582 Jamaica 41 163 The Rose and the Jasmine 41 435 Song: The Wedding-Day 42 106 The Death of Bryant 42 747 Gifford 46 792 ye Tombe of y6 Poet Chaucer. .47 27 Corda Concordia 48 179 On a Great Man whose Mind is Clouding 49 399 The World Well Lost 52 762 *(Stedman, Edmund Clarence) The Blameless Prince and other Poems, W. D. How ells 23 647 *Poetical Works of, The, W. D. Howells 33 103 *Poets of America, C. E. Woodberry 57 128 *Victorian Poets, H. E. Scud der 37 112 Stedmans, Mr., Poetry, J. J. Piatt .41 313 Steele, Mary Davies The Learned Lady de Gournay. .61 328 *Steele, Richard (Dobson), C. E. Woodberry 59 127 Steenstra, Peter Henry *Three New Theological Works: The Theistic Argument as affected by recent theories The Republic of God; The Gospel of the Resurrection. . .. 48 696 *Stein, Life and Times of; or, Germany and Prussia in the Napoleonic Age (J. R. Seeley), T. S. Perry 44 412 Stella Speciosa, J. F. Biugham. ... 38 184 *Step Aside, A (Charlotte Dun- ning), H. E. Scudder 59 269 Stephen Dewhursts Autobiography, H. James, Sr 54 649 *Stephenson, George, The Life of (Smiles) 2 124 Stephen Yarrow. A Christmas Story, II. B. Harding 13 66 *Stepniak and Russia, E. Noble.... 56 269 Stereoscope and the Stereograph, The, 0. W. Holmes 3 738 Stevens, Hazard The Ascent of Takhoma 38 513 Stevenson, Edward Irenaens Amiability: a Philosophical Tragedy 52 522 Via Crucis 59 492 209 Stevenson Story Stevenson, Robert Louis Not Yet, my Soul 46 459 Stevenson, Robert Louis, S. Kirk... 60 747 Stickney, Carolyn A Shetland Shawl 5 149 Stiliman, William James *Chapmans The American Draw ing Book 2 255 The Subjective of it 2 850 *Portraits of Emerson, Bryant, and Whittier 3 4353 Rifled Gnus 4 444 *Modern Painters, Vol. V. (Ruis- kin) 6 239 Eugene Delacroix 12 728 Scarab~i ed Altri 18 435 Cretan Days 20 533; 21 326; 22 221 John Bull at Feed 26 748 From Shore to Shore 29 596 *Children in Italian and English Design (Colvin) 31 372 *History of Scnlptnre (Lubke). .32 118 Two European Schools of Design.34 79 *Etrnscan Researches (Taylor).. 34 501 Recreation and Solitude 40 10 Memories of London 57 601 Still Tenanted, H. Rich 34 567 Stillwater Tragedy, The, T. B. Al drich 45 433, 577, 721 46 1, 145, 289 Stockton, Francis Richard A Story of Assisted Fate 55 58 Fate Dominant 55 535 *(Stockton, Francis Richard) A Jolly Fellowship, H. E. Scud der 47 124 *Rndder Grange, H. E. Scud der 46 417 *The Late Mrs. Nnll, H. E. Scudder 58 133 Stocktons Stories, H. E. Scudder 59 130 Stockton, John Drean Urania 5 565 Stockton, Louise Kirbys Coals of Fire 36 699 Sylvias Snitors: a Little Episode.46 206 A Devils Passage 62 752 Stoddard, Charles Warren A Prodigal in Tahiti 30 610 A Prodigal in Buskins 34 20 Over the Foot Lights 34 168 Behind the Scenes 34 527 Moolid the Prophet 42 200 A Tropical Sequence 48 511 Stoddard, Mrs. Elizabeth Drew Barstow Mercedes 1 871 My own Story 5 526 Stoddard, Richard Henry The End of All 4 170 Youth and Age 35 86 Wratislaw 39 426 History 42 467 Reminiscences of Bayard Taylor .43 243 Companions 39 717 *(Stoddard, Richard Henry, editor) Loves and Heroines of the Poets, J. B. Lowell 6 761 *Stoddard, Richard Henry, The Poems of, G. P. Lathrop 46 698 Stoddard, William Osborn So as by Fire 48 646 Annexed by the Tsar 52 376 Stone, Henry (Ephraim Young, pseud.) *History of the Army of the Cumberland (Van ~~~ri~e)... .38 360 Thackeray as an Art-C uRic. 56 685 Stone, William Leete A Chapter of Modern Astrology.27 201 Storey, F. D. An Unclassified Philosopher 55 466 *Stories and Romances (H. E. Scud der), S. Kirk 47 281 *Stories from an Old Dutch Town (Robert Lowell), H. W. Pres ton 43 757 *Stories from Famous Ballads (Grace Greenwood) 5 638 *Stories from My Attic (H. E. Scudder), W. D. Howells 24 766 *Stories from Old English Poetry (Abby Sage Richardson) 29 110 Stories from the Rabbis, A. S. Isaacs 62 394 *Stories in Verse (H. Abbey), W. D. Howells 24 383 *Stories of Infinity (Camille Flam- marion), C. P. Cranch 33 497 Storms of Autumn. Georgics of Virgil, Book I., Verses 311 334, H. W. Preston, trans 46 637 Storm on Lake Asqnam, J. G. Whit tier 50 463 *Storms, Their Nature, Classifica- tion, and Laws (William Blasins) 37 118 Stormy Petrel, The, J. T. Fields .8 581 Story, William Wetmore Roha di Roma. . . .. .3 454; 4 207, 483 5 60, 150, 572, 693 Spring 6 77 Phidias to Pericles .. .37 152 Girolamo Detto Ii Fiorentino. . .39 554 A Dream. ... 39 750 In Memoriam, John Lothrop Mot ley ~0 408 Iloba di 1{oma (Poem) 42 576 A Roman Holiday Twenty Years Ago 43 135, 273 Do You Remember9 45 18 To Zeuxis 57 668 210 Story Stowe *(Story, William Wetmore) He and She, H. E. Scudder 52 843 *Roba di Roma, J. R. Lowell. .11 515 *Storys Semiramis, C. P. Let hrop .35 250 *Story of a Bad Boy, The (Aldrich), W. D. Howells 25 124 *Story of a Cat, The (J~mile de la B~dollierre ; T. B. Aldrich, trans.), H. E. Scudder 43 124 Story of a Contraband, M. L. Thompson ~ 705 *Story of a Country Town, The (E. W. Howe), H. E. Scud der 55 125 Story of a Famous Book, The, S. A. Green 27 207 Story of a Great Monopoly, H. D. Lloyd ~ 317 *Story of a House, The (Viollet-le- Due; George M. Towle, trans.), W. P. P. Longfellow 35 119 *Story of a Mine, The (Bret Harte) H. W. Preston 42 432 *Story of a Regiment, The (E. Han naford) 23 392 *Story of Avis, The, and other Novels: The Story of Avis; Green Pastures and Piccadilly; Erema ; Winstowe; The Mod- ern Minister ; The Wolf at the Door; One Summer, H. W. Preston 41 486 Story of a Year, The, H. James, Jr. 15 257 *Story of Doom, and other Poems (Jean Ingelow), JV. D. How ells 20 383 Story of Joseph Lesurques, The, S. E. Turner 51 197 Story of Karin, The 1 697 *Story of Kennett, The (Bayard Taylor), W. D. Howells 17 775 Story of Lady Byrons Life, The True, H. B. Stowe 24 295 *Story of Liberty, The (C. C. Cof- fin), H. E. Scudder 43 125 *Story of my Childhood, The (Ma- dame J. Michelet; Mary Frazier Curtis, trans.) 21 381 *Story of my Life, The (Hans Chris- tian Andersen), W. D. Howells .28 379 Story of San Tszon, The, Wong Chin Foo 56 256 *Story of Sigurd, the Volsung, and the Fall of the Niblungs, The (W. Morris), H. W. Preston. .39 501 Story of Some Bells, The, S. J. Lippincott 29 584 Story of Thanksgiving-Time, A, J. W. Newcomb 8 730 Story of the English Magazines, The, C. E. Pascoe 54 364 211 *Story of the Guard, The (Jessie Benton Fr~mont) 11 142 Story of the Hoosac Tunnel, The, N. H. Egleston 49 289 Story of To-Day, A, R. B. Harding. .8 471, 582, 707 9 40, 202, 282 Story-Paper Literature, W. H. Bishop 44 383 Stowe, Calvin Ellis The Talmud 21 673 Stowe, Mrs. Harriet Beecher The Mourning Veil 1 63 New England Ministers 1 485 The Ministers Wooing 2 876 3 97, 219, 375, 504, 620, 749 4 106, 196, 304, 421, 541,666 Agnes of Sorrento 7 513, 641 8 2, 215, 311, 449, 558, 682 9 14, 146, 306, 474 A Reply to the Address of the Women of England .11 120 Sojourner Truth, the Libyan Si byl 11 473 House and Home Papers.. .13 40, 201, 353, 458, 621, 754 14, 93, 230, 434, 565, 689 The Chimney Corner. .15 109, 221, 353, 490, 602, 732, 16 100, 232, 347, 567, 672 The Chimney Corner for 1866. .17 88, 214, 345, 490, 577, 737 18 85, 197, 338 Our Second Girl 21 50 Tribute of a Loving Friend to the Memory of a Nohle Wo man 23 242 Little Captain Trott 23 300 The True Story of Lady Byrons Life 24 295 Oldtown Fireside Stories: The Ghost in the Mill 25 688 The Widows Bandbox 26 62 Mis Elderkins Pitcher~.... 26 157 Colonel Ephs Shoebuckles. . . .26 424 Captain Kidds Money 26 522 The Ghost in the Capn Brown House 26 654 The Parsons Horse Race 42 470 A Students Sea Story 43 100 The Modern Martyrdom of St. Perpetna 43 154 Our Florida Plantation 43 641 Stowe, Harriet Beecher, The Birth- day Garden Party to, Atlantic Supplement 50 289 *(Stowe, Harriet Beecher) My Wife andl 29 110 *Oldtown Fireside Stories... .29 365 *Pink and White Tyranny, W. D. Howells 28 377 Stowe Summer *Poganue People; their Loves and Lives, II. W. Preston.. .42 430 *The Pearl of Orrs Island, E. P. Whipple 10 126 *Uncle Toms Cabin, new edi tion with illustrations 43 407 *We and our Neighbors, G. P. Let hrop . 36 248 *Stowes, Mrs., Reply to the Address of the Women of England, Re- joinder to (Frances P. Cobbe) .11 525 Stradivarius, Antonius, and the Violin, R. C. White 45 253 Straggler, A, E. Fawcett 36 443 Straits of Magellan, In the, E. C. Ayessiz 31 89 *Strakosch Troupe in Boston, W. F. Apthorp 33 509 *Stranded Ship, A (L. Clarke Davis), H. E. Scudder 46 419 Strange, E. R. Sill 55 258 Strange Arrival, A, J. IV. De Forest.23 427 Strange Countries for to see, J. W. Palmer ~ 723 Strange Friend, The, B. Taylor.... 19 54 Strange Guest, The, E. M. Thomas.55 522 Stranger in the City, A, P. De2ning.56 217 Stranger, Yet at Home, A, L. C. Wyman 51 100 Strange Story of Pragtjna, The, B. Herford 58 761 Strasburg Clock, The 9 460 *Strategy and Tactics (G. H. Du four) 14 259 Strategy at the Fireside, E. Saryent.lG 151 *Stratford Gallery, The 3 13o Strathsays, The, H. E. Prescott.... 11 99 *Stratiflcation of Language, On the (Max Muller), W. D. Whitney .22 761 *Strauss, David Friedrich, in seinem Leben und semen Schriften (Eduard Zeller), T. S. Perry. .34 372 Street, Alfred Billings Nightfall: a Picture 34 193 Each Side the Bridge 46 368 Street Cries of New York, The, C. D. Shady 25 199 *Street Thoughts (Dexter) 3 646 *Stretton (Henry Kingsley) 37 239 Strikers of the Washington Lobby, The, J. Parton 24 216 Strip of Blue, A, L. Larcom.... .. .26 676 Strong as Death, H. C. Bunner.... 50 ~0 Strong Government Idea, The, E. V. Smalley 45 273 Struggle for Life, A, T. B. Aldrich .20 56 Struggle for Shelter, A, C. P. Hawes 17 456 *Stuart, Major-General J. E. B., The Life and Campaigns of ~H. B~ McClellan), J. C. Ropes.57 415 212 *Student Life at Harvard, T. S. Perry ~ Student Life at Hofwyl, My, R. D. Owen 15 550 Students Library of Art, A, W. P. P. Longfellow 50 118 Students Sea Story, A, H. B. Stowe.43 100 Studies for Pictures, M.Deland... .58 627 *Studies for Stories (Jean Inge- low), T. W. Higginson 15 378 *Studies in History (Henry Cabot Lodge), J. T. Morse, Jr 54 271 *Studies in Song (Algernon Charles Swinburne), G. P. Lathrop. .. .47 856 Studies in the South, J. B. Harrison.49 76, 179, 673, 740 50 99, 194, 349, 476, 623, 750 51 87 Studies of Animal Nature, B. Tay br 39 135 Studies of Factory Life, L. B. C. Wyman: The Village System 62 16 Among the Women .62 315 Black Listing at Fall River 62 605 *Studio Arts, The (Elizabeth W. Johnson) 43 267 Study of a Cat-Bird, 0. T. Miller. .52 253 Study of a New England Factory Town, J. B. Harrison 43 689 Study of an old Southern Borough, W. H. Page 47 648 *Study of Church Art and Architec ture (Liibke) 33 249 Study of Greek, The, A. P. Peabody.53 71 Study of History, The. A Lecture delivered before Cornell Uni versity, C. Smith 25 44 Sturdy, Edward William The Volcanic Eruption of Kra katoa 5~ 385 *Sturrnflut (F. Spielhagen), T. S. Perry 40 383 Suabian Alb, The, B. Taylor 23 369 Subjective of it, The, W. J. Stillman .2 850 Substance and Shadow, J. Ware, Jr. .5 29 *Substance and Shadow (Henry James), E. H. Sears 12 126 Such Stuff as Dreams are made of .46 402 Suggestions, C. N. Bovee 2 816 *Suggestions for House Decoration in Painting, Wood-Work, and Furniture (R. and A. Gar- rett), E. Wheelwright 39 643 Suicide, At the Grave of a, S. M. B. Piatt 58 76 Sullivant, Mrs. C. E. (C. IL Sutton, pseud.) Night on the Ocklawba 47 165 Willow 51 689 Summer, The Future, A. Fields... .14 503 Sylvan *Suisimes. Cruise on the Coast of New England, A (Robert Car ter) 14 515 Summer Day, A, C. Thaxter 10 249 *Suminer Jaunt through the Old World, A (Luther L. ilolden), T. S. Perry 44 649 Summer Mood, A, H. Rich 27 757 Summer Noon, A. Lamed 42 428 *Summer Pictures (H. M. Field)... 4 521 Summer Pilgrimage, A, J. G. Whit tier 51 63 Summers Journey of a Naturalist, The, N. S. Shaler 31 707 32 181, 349 *Summers Romance, A (Mary Healy), 7. S. Perry 31 106 *Summer Time in the Country (Will mott) 2 899 Summons, The, J. C. Whittier 6 405 Sumner, Charles Interesting Manuscripts of Ed mund Burke 12 381 Our Domestic Relations 12 507 Monograph from an Old Note Book 12 648 Clemency and Common Sense... 16 745 Prophetic Voices about America: a Monograph 20 275 Sumner, Charles, H. W. Longfellow.35 25 *Sumner, Charles, Memoir and Let- ters of (Edward L. Pierce), C. P. Lathrop 41 262 *Sumners Speech, F. B. Sanborn. .30 253 *Sumner, George, Oration by, Bos- ton, July 4, 1859 4 646 Sunbeam, Doings of the, 0. W. Holmes 12 1 Sunday, The New, J. H. Ward... .47 526 Sunday at Poros, A, E. W. Felton. .49 31 Sunday on the Thames, A, R. G. White 43 787 *Sunnyside Book, The, W. D. How ells 27 269 Sun Painting and Sun Sculpture, with a Stereoscopic Trip across the Atlantic, 0. JV. Holmes 8 13 Sunrise [By the Sea], A. Laighton. .49 517 Sunset on the Bearcamp, J. G. Whittier 37 56 Sunset Song, Words by Celia Thax- ter; Music by Julius Eichberg.39 23~ Sunshine, L. P. Hale 6 657 Sunshine and Petrarch, T. W. Hig ginson 20 307 *Sunshine and Storm in the East; or, Cruises to Cyprus and Constantinople (Mrs. Brassey), T. S. Perry 46 266 *Sunshine in Thought (Charles God- frey Leland), E. P. Whipple. .11 786 2i3 Sunshine of the Gods, The, B. Tay lor 23 12 *Sun..Spots, J. Fiske 29 767 *Sun..Spots and Cholera (B. G. Jenkins), J. Fiske 30 251 *Suw.Spots and Rainfall, J. Fiske. .31 377 Sunthin in the Pastoral Line, J. R. Lowell 9 790 *Superintendent of Public Schools, Thirty - Fourth and Thirty- Fifth Semi-Annual Report of the [Boston] (Samuel Eliot), H. E. Scudder 44 126 *Snpernatural, The History of the (W. Howitt) 12 399 Superstition, On the Benefits of, A. Repplier 58 177 *Superstition and Force (Henry C. Lea), W. D. Howells 19 253 Suppressed Chapter of History, A, J. R. Gilmore 59 435 Surgeon at the Field Hospital, The, F. Winsor 46 183 Surgeons Assistant, The, C. Chese bro 18 257 *Surly Tim and other Stories (Fran- ces Hodgsou Burnett), H. E. Scudder 41 142 Surmise, A, F. L. Bushnell 31 678 Surplus, What to do with the, F. A. Walker 25 72 Survival of the Fittest, C. P. Cranch.40 524 Sutton, C. B., pseud. (See Sulli- vant, Mrs. C. B.) *Suzette (Tiernan), H. E. Scudder .57 268 Swallow, The, C. Thaxter 26 106 Swan, Caroline Davenport The Quaintness of The Judi cious Hooker 37 727 Swan-Song of Parson Avery, The, 1635, J. G. Whittier 2 207 *Swedenborg, The Secret of (Henry James), W. D. Howells 24 762 Sweet-Brier, A. Fields 14 229 Swinburne, Algernon Charles A Watch in the Night 22 698 Swinton, William Kepler 5 457 *(Swinton, William) Rambles among Words, J. R. Lowell 4 638 Swiss Ring-Politician, The Story of a, M. W. Griswold 41 347 Sword and Awl, H. A. Huntington. .43 164 *Sword and Gown 4 774 Sword of Bolivar, The, J. T. Trow bridge 18 713 Sybaris, A Week in, F. E. Hale.. .21 160 Sybaris, My Visit to, E. E. Hale... 20 63 *Sybil of Cornwall (N. Michell), W. D. Howells 24 384 Sylvan Station, C. F. Leighton 52 110 Sylvan Taxation *Sylvan Year, The, and the Un- known River (1-lamerton) . .. .38 365 Sylvia, L. Larcom 31 86 Sylvias Suitors A Little Episode, L. Stockton 46 206 *Symbols of the Capital (A. ID. Mayo) 3 773 Symmes Theory of the Earth, The, P. Clark 31 471 Symonds, William Law Charles Lamb and Sidney Smith. .3 290 The Carnival of the Romantic.... 6 129 The Cadmean Madness 14 265 *Symondss Greek Poets, L. Dyer. .45 704 *Symondss Renaissance in Italy, G. E. Woodberry 51 699 Sympathetic Banking, H. A. Clapp .48 121 Sympathetic Lying, C. A. Bartol... 12 732 *Symphony Concerts by the Har- vard Musical Association, and by Theodore Thomas, W. F. Apt ho rp 35 753 Symphony in Yellow and Red, A, H. ill. Hunt 36 666 Symposium of Sixty Years Ago, A, H. W. Preston 47 65 *Synndve Solbakken (Bjbrnson; Rasmus B. Anderson, trans.) H. E. Scudder 48 569; 51 127 *Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb (Goodwin), E. W. Gurnei, 6 242 Syracuse, At, H. T. Tuckerman.... 10 569 *Syrian Sunshine. Town and Country Series (T. G. Apple ton) 41 550 Syrinx, E. 211. Thomas 49 361 *Systems of Military Bridges in Use by the United States Army (George W. Cullum), E. B. Hunt 12 794 Tabb, John Banister Easter Lilies 55 535 The Ring 55 839 Milton 56 768 The Shadow 56 768 *Tabernaele, The (Baker and Per kins) 10 511 *Tableau de la Litt~rature Russe (Constantin P~trow; Alexandre Romald, trans.), T. S. Perry. .31 502 *Tableanx de Si~ge (Th~ophile Gantier), T. S. Perry 29 371 Table Talk, F. C. Baylor 51 832 Table Talk (A. Bronson Alcott), G. P. Lathrop 40 114 *Tablets (A. Bronson Alcott), E. P. Whipple 22 764 Tacchella, Angelo An Alpine Home 25 498 A Great Italian Nobles Palace and Household 40 197 *Tachygraphy, Elements of, The (1). P. Lindsley) 25 251 Tacita, J. B. Kenyon 56 470 Tacking Ship off Shore, W. Mitchell .1 334 Taillefer Bell Ringings, The, J. W. De Forest 24 129 Tames English Literature, H. James, Jr 29 469 Takhoma, The Ascent of, H. Ste yeas 38 513 Talent and Genius, C. P. Cranch... 45 616 *Tale of a Lonely Parish, A (Craw- ford), H. E. Scudder 57 853 *Tales from Two hemispheres (Boyesen), G. P. Lathrop S9 244 Talk about Guides, A, 111. 5. Cum nuns 13 649 *Talks on Art (W. M. Hunt), W. P. P. Longfellow 36 249 Talmud, The, C. E. Stowe 21 673 *Tamberlik, Signor, W. F. A pthorp .33 126 *Tammany, The Fate of, A. C. Sedy wick 29 254 *Tammanys Past and Future, A. G. Sedgwick 29 126 *Tanagra Figurines, C. P. Lathrop .44 803 Taney, Roger Brooke, C. M. Ellis. .15 151 Tapestries. Cleopatra after Actium; The Headsman; Salome, W. Young 50 638 *Tarass Boulba (Nicoins Gogol), T. S. Perry 31 243 *Tariff..Bill, The New, J. B. Lowell .6 124 *Tariff Question, The, Considered in Regard to the Policy of England and the Interests of the United States (E. B. Bige low) 10 381 Taste of Maine Birch, A, J. Bur roughs 47 844 *Tauchnitz Library, The, H. E. Scudder 49 564 Taunt, A, .11. Thompson 56 322 Taurus Centaurus, B. G. White. .. .46 249 *Tansend Seelen (Alexis Pisesnski; L. Kayssler, trans.), T. S. Perry 27 265 *Tausigs Nouvelles Soirees de Vienne, 147. F. Apthorp 38 635 Taxation, E. Everett 9 393 Taxation, Abuse of, B. Adams 42 453 Taxation, Local, in the United States, Theory and Practice of, D. A. Wells 33 59 Taxation and its Remedy, Oppres- sive, B. Adams 42 761 Taxation no Burden, F. A tl:inson. . .10 115 Taxation of the Poor, Oppressive, B. Adams 42 632 214 Taxation Taylor Taxation without Jurisdiction Ija- constitutional, D. A. Wells... .35 314 Taylor, Bayard The Palm and the Pine 3 230 The Vineyard Saint 5 733 Icarus 6 457 The Confessions of a Medium. .. .6 699 The Haunted Shanty 8 57 The Bath 8 280 The Experiences of the A. C 9 170 The German Burns 9 430 Friend Elis Daughter 10 99 Euphorion 10 422 The Test 11 204 William Makepeace Thackeray. .13 371 A Cruise on Lake Ladoga 13 521 The Neva 13 713 Between Europe and Asia 15 8 Jiarpocrates 15 662 Winter Life in St. Petersburg.. .16 34 The Author of Saul 16 412 The Sleeper 16 711 Beauty and the Beast a Story of Old Russia 17 13 Friedrich Ruckert 18 33 My Farm: a Fable 18 187 A Distiuguished Character 18 315 The Strange Friend 19 54 Travel in the United States 19 477 By-Ways of Europe: The Little Land of Appenzell .20 213 From Perpignan to Montserrat.20 495 A Visit to the Balearic Islands.20 680 Part II 21 73 Catalonian Bridle-Roads 21 284 The Republic of the Pyrenees .21 414 The Kyffhaiiserancl its Legends.21 614 AWeekonCapri 21 740 A Trip to Isehia 22 155 The Island of Maddalena, with a Distant View of Caprera 22 326 The Land of Paoli 22 611 In the Teutoburger Forest 23 40 The Suabian Alb 23 369 Casa Guidi Windows 21 671 Pandora 22 507 The Sunshine of the Gods .23 12 Run Wild 23 425 Can a Life hide itself 9 23 605 Jacob Flints Journey 24 313 An August Pastoral 24 470 In my Vineyard 24 71,9 Joseph and his Friend. .25 30, 129, 262, 385, 513, 641 26 41, 129, 274, 403, 571, 665 A May-Time Pastoral 25 575 The Burden of the Day 26 155 A November Pastoral 26 626 Prelude to the Second Part of Faust 27 349 Twin Love 28 257 The Guests of Night 39 14 Diversions of the Echo Club.... 29 76, 169, 269, 446, 577, 710 30 76 Iris 29 655 Penn Calvin 30 470 John Reeds Thoughts 31 356 The Two Homes 33 26 Who was she 9 34 257 Autumn Days in Weimar.35 26, 36, 229 Jane Reed: a Pennsylvania Bal- lad 37 402 Weimar in June 39 61 Matin Song 39 110 Studies of Animal Nature 39 135 Peach-Blossom 39 668 *(Taylor, Bayard) Beauty and the Beast; and Tales of Home. .29 751 *The Dramatic Works (Marie Hansen-Taylor, ed.), G. P. Let hrop 47 430 *Hannah Thurston, M. A. Dodge 13 132 *Home Ballads, illustrated, H. E. Scudder 49 131 *Home Pastorals, Ballads, and Lyrics, W. D. Howells 37 108 *Lars 31 622 *The Poetical Works, 0. P. La throp 45 837 *Prince Deukalion, 0. P. La throp 43 117 *The Echo Club, and other Literary Diversions, W. D. Howells 39 92 *The Masque of the Gods, W. D. Howells 29 750 *The Picture of St. John, W. D. Howells 19 126 *The Prophet, W. D. Howells. .34 743 *The Story of Kennett, W. D. Howells 17 775 *Translation of Goethes Faust, W. D. Howells.... 27 258; 28 124 Taylor, Bayard, J. 0. Whittier.... 43 337 *Taylor, Bayard, Life and Letters of (Marie Hansen-Taylor and Horace E. Scudder, eds.), J. 1?. 0. Hasserd 54 562 Taylor, Bayard, Reminiscences of, R. H. Stoddard 43 242 Taylor, Benjamin Franklin The Captains Drum 41 593 *Taylor, Henry, Autobiography of, H. E. Scudder 56 124 *Taylor, Henry, Correspondence of, G. E. Woodherry 62 276 Taylor, James W. Central British America 5 103 *Taylor, Jeremy: Holy Living and Holy Dying 16 122 215 Taylor Territories Taylor, Mrs. Rebecca Nicholson The Consuming Fire 54 662 Tea, 0. Tiffany 1 446 *Teachers School of Science in Bos- ton, A. Hyatt 37 255 *Teaching, On; its End and Means (Calderwood), H. E. Scudder. .37 640 *Teaching of Living Languages without Grammar or Diction- ary (L. Sauveur) 35 639 Teal, Mrs. Angelina Mining for a Mastodon 56 381 Tea-Rose, To a, E. Fawcett 37 414 Tears of Isis, F. L. Mace 50 361 Telegraph, The, f. G. Whittier 2 591 Telegraph, History, Theory, and Practice of the Electric (Pres cott) 8 379 Telegraph and Telephone, The, C. P. Cranch 43 617 Telegraph and the Post Office, The, E. H. Derby 31 230 Telephone Cases, The, H. C. Mer una 62 113 Telephonic Conversation, A, S. L. Clemens 45 841 Telling the Bees, J. G. Whittier. .. .1 722 *Temps Nonveaux, Las (Henri Na- dault), T. S. Perry 31 503 Temptation of Gabriel, The, C. J. Scliiller 40 316 Tempted, F. R. Sill 56 69 Ten Broeck, Andrew head-Quarters of Beer-Drink ing 14 185 Ten Days in the Rebel Army, S. H. .111. Byers 45 617 Ten Days Sport on Salmon Rivers, D.Sage 36 142 Teneriffe, S. G. IV. Benjamin 39 330 *Ten Irish Melodies (Arr. by F. L. Ritter) 40 128 ~ Talks on all Sorts of Topics (Elihu Burritt), Z. F. Peirce 33 491 *Tei~ Months in Brazil (Codman). .20 383 *Tennessee Mountains, In the (Charles Eghert Craddock), 0. P. Lath ron 54 131 Tennyson, Alfred The Victim 21 174 *(Tennyson, Alfred) Pallads, and other Poems, 0. P. Let ii rep .47 425 *Becket, 0. F. Woodherry... .55 565 *1~noeh Arden .14 518 *Garetli and Lvnette 30 747 *Harold, a Drama, W. D. How ells 39 242 *Q,seen Mary, TV. D. Howells. .36 240 *The Cup, and The Falcon, G. P. Lathrop 54 117 *The Holy Grail, and other Poems, W. D. Howells 25 249 *The Last Tournament, W. D. Howells 29 236 *The Lovers Tale, W. D. How ells 44 268 *Tiresias, aud other Poems, G. F. Woodherry 57 423 *Tennyson: The Conservative, G. E. Woodberry. ... 57 423 Tennyson and Theocritus, E. C. Stedman 28 513 Tennysonian Retrospect, A, J. H. Ward 44 356 *Tennysons and Brownings Latest Poems: Locksley Hall Sixty Years after ; Parleying with Certain People of Importance in their Day, 0. F. Woodberry .59 705 *Tennysons In Mernoriam (J. F. Genung), 0. P. Lathrop 53 853 *~~nny~on~ New Volume, and other Poetry, Ballads, and other Poems: Under the Olive; Poems by Edwin Arnold; The Chapel, and other Poems Wild Roses of Cape Ann, and other Poems; Verses by Susan Coolid~e; Four oClocks; Mary Magdalene; The Dramatic Works of Bayard Taylor; Lord Stirlings Stand, and other Poems; The Rhyme of the Border War; Shakespeares Dream, and other Poems, G. P. Lathrop 47 425 *Teimtation de Saint Antoine, La (Gustave Flaubert), 2. 5. Perry 34 241 Tenth of January, The, F. S. Phelps 21 345 *Tenting on the Plains; or, General Custer iii Kansas and Texas (Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer); 0. F. Woodberry 62 424 *Tent Life in Siberia (Kennan). . .27 140 Tenty Saran, F. S. Phelps 6 587 Ten Years in Early English, A. Oil man..... 40 430 *Tem~ Years of Preacher Life (W H. Milburn), J. R. LowUl 4 770 Terminus, R. W. Emerson 19 111 Terres Vihrges (Ivan Tourgrw~neff; E. DurandGreville, trans.), T. S. Perry 40 122 *Terrible Temptation, A (Charles Reade), W. D. Howells 28 383 Terrible Twenty-four Hours, A, W. W. Harney 33 543 *Territories, The Law of the, F. C. Hopkinson 6 243 216 Terry Thaxter Terrys, Ellen, Beatrice, H. G. Cone 55 184 Terry, Ellen Frances. (See, also, Johnson, Mrs. Ellen Terry) Wanted ais Heir 27 241 Bonaventura, The Old Burial- Place of Savannah 32 12 The God of Pearl 32 559 A Vision 32 452 Terry, Rose. (See, also, Cooke, Mrs. Rose Terry) Sally Parsonss Duty 1 24 Turkey Tracks 1 149 Maya, the Princess 1 263 Eben Jackson 1 524 Roger Pierce 1 776 Metempsychosis 2 59 Three of us 2 139 Ann Potters Lesson 2 419 DidI~ 3213 Lizzie Griswolds Thanksgiving.. .3 282 The Ring Fetter 4 154 The Memorial of A. B.; or Ma- tilda Muffin 5 186 The Sphinxs Children 5 746 Gone 6 571 Miss Lucinda 8 141 Out of the Body to God 9 721 A Woman 10 694 The New Sangreal 12 343 Delys Cow 15 665 Oriole 30 545 Best 31 321 *(Terry, Rose) Poems, .1. B. Lo?vell .7 382 Tertiary Age and its Characteristic Animals, The, L. Agassiz 12 333 Test, The, B. TV. Emerson 7 85 Test, The, B. Taylor 11 204 Tentohurger Forest, In the, B. Tay lor 23 40 *Thackeray, English Men of Let- ters (A. Trollope), W. D. Howells . 44 266 Thackeray, William Makepeace. By one who knew him, B. Tay lor. 13 371 *(Thackeray, William Makepeace) Early and Late Papers 20 252 *Miscellanies, W. D. Howells. .25 247 *Rouudabout Papers 13 261 *Vanity Fair, E. P. Whipple. .15 639 Thackeray as an Art-Critic, H. Stone 56 6~5 Thackeray and George Eliot, The Morality of, Al. L. Henry 51 243 *Thackerays Letters, A Collection of, G. E. Woodherry. 60 853 Thames, A Sunday on the, R. G. lVhite 43 787 *Thanatopsis (Bryant; Illus. by W. J. Linton), W. D. Howells.43 121 Thanet, Octave, pseud. (See French, Alice) *Thankful Blossom. A Romance of the Jerseys (B. Harte), G. P. Lathrop 39 500 Thanksgiving, A, C. Thaxter 28 526 *That Lass o Lowries (Frances Hodgson Burnett), C. P. La throp 40 630 That never was on Sea or Land, E. S. Phelps 34 410 That New World, S. M. B. Piatt. .36 426 *That New World, and Other Poems (S. M. B. Piatt), W. ft Howells 39 87 Thaxter, Mrs. Celia Land-Locked 7 302 The Minute-Guns 10 62 A Summer Day 10 249 Off-Shore 10 292 Seaward 12 241 Watching 14 74 The Spaniards Graves at the Isles of Shoals 15 406 Twilight 16 282 Sorrow 19 582 Rockweeds 21 268 The Wreck of the Pocahontas. . .21 392 Expectation 22 272 By the Roadside 23 699 Among the Isles of Shoals 24 177 25 16, 204, 579 Courage .. .25 423 The Swallow 26 106 Regret 26 413 Kittery Annies Dream 27 220 In May 27 621 In the Lane 28 288 A Thanksgiving 28 526 Before Sunrise 29 47 The Watch of Boon Island 29 267 Footprints in the Sand 29 694 A Tryst 30 172 Mozart 30 583 The Shadow of Doom 30 702 Song: We sail toward evenings lonely star 30 28 Heartbreak Hill 31 337 Beethoven 31 470 Child-Life at the Isles of Shoals .31 532 Imprisoned 32 51 The Pimpernel 32 180 The Song-Sparrow 32 539 In Kittery Churchyard .. .33 58 Wherefore 33 172 The White Rover 33 564 Farewell 34 452 Remonstrance 34 550 A Waif 35 216 A Memorable Murder 35 602 Transition 35 658 217 Thaxter Thomas Song: I wore your roses yes- terday 36 151 Homage 36 598 Reverie 37 288 Contrast 38 107 Sunset Song 39 236 Mutation 40 147 New Year Song 45 354 West Wind 46 384 In Tuscany 54 490 Within and Without 55 758 *(Thaxter, Celia) Among the Isles of Shoals, W. D. Howells. . .32 106 * ~9ems, TV. D. Howells 29 367 34 745 Thayer, Alexander William Beethoven: His Childhood and Youth 1 847 *Ludwig van Beethoven Leben nud Schaffen 5 364, 497 Thayer, B. S. Brother Christopher 35 272 Thayer, James Bradley The Dawes Bill and the Indians. .61 315 Thayer, William Henry Rock, Tree, and Man 4 29 Thayer, William Roscoe (Paul Hermes, pseud.) Loves Dread 56 707 Prisoners 57 253 The Secret Out 57 619 The Gifts of the Fates 61 232 Garibaldis Early Years 62 482 The Makers of New Italy 62 656 The Close of Garibaldis Career .62 758 *Theatre (Th~ophile Gautier), T. S. Perry 31 366 Theatres, New York, A. G. Sedy wick 43 452; 47 362 *Their Pilgrimage (Warner), H. E. Scudder 59 699 Their Wedding Journey, W. D. Howeils.28 29, 162, 345, 442, 605, 721 *Theistic Argument as affected by Recent Theories, The (J. Lewis Diman), P. H. Steen stra 48 696 The Lie, C. .J. Sprague 20 598 Themistocles, W. Everett 20 398 Then and Now in the Old Do- minion, Al. D. Conway 9 493 *Theo (Frances Hodgson Burnett), H. W. Preston 44 36~l Theocritus, A Memory of, J. B. Ken you 58 598 *Theological Works, Three New: The Theistic Argument as affected by recent Theories; The Republic of God ; The Gospel of the Resurrection, P. H. Steenstra 48 696 *Theology in Fiction: Robert Els- mere; John Ward, Preacher, H. E. Scudder 62 699 *Theophilus and Others (M. M. Dodge) 38 368 *Th~orie de lOuvrement (J. Bour- goin), C. Cook .33 248 Theory and Practice of Local Taxa- tion in the United States, The, D.A. Wells 33 59 Theory of a Common Origin for all Languages, The, J. Fiske 48 655 Theory of the Arts, A (Joseph Tor- rey), H. W. Preston 35 242 Theory of the Social Compact, The, A. L. Lowell 59 750 There came three Queens from Heaven, W. W. Young 42 530 There was a Rose, S. Al. B. Piatt. .29 139 *Thermidor (Ch. de H~ricault), T. S. Perry 30 117 These are Your Brothers, 0. T. Miller 54 805 The Thing which hath been shall be, R. T. Cooke 35 408 The Woman Thou gayest with me,H. James 25 66 *Thief in the Night, The (Harriet Prescott Spofford) 29 626 *Thiers, Louis Adolphe, The Life of (F. le Goff; T. Stanton, trans). .44 682 *Thiers, Government of M., from 8th February, 1871, to 24th May, 1873 (Jules Simon) 44 682 Thieves, About, 0. W. Hosmer 5 409 Thine, E. A. C. Akers 5 685 Things Slowly Learnt, Concerning, A. K. H. Boyd 7 697 Thirty-Seven Hundred and Fifty- Eight, K. Foot 44 689 45 1, 145 *Thirty Years: Poems New and Old (D. M. Mulock Craik), C. P. Latlirop 47 858 *Thirty Years of Army Life on the Border (R. B. Marcy) 18 255 *ThistleDown: A Book of Lyrics (William Winter), W. D. How ells 42 121 Thomas, Edith Matilda Demeters Search 47 696 A Spring Opening 47 764 Harvest Noon 48 321 Running-Water Notes 48 691 Pyrrhns Ring 48 831 Flower and Fruit 49 108 Ember Days 49 222 Syrinx 49 361 Sage or Poet 49 650 The Weather Vane 50 193 Under the Sky 50 G34 218 Thomas Three A Parallel 51 86 Lityerses and the Reapers 51 196 The Rain and the Fine Weather .51 684 Something Passes 52 38 Along an Inland Beach 52 380 Omens 52 643 The Return of a Native 53 508 Dew of Parnassus 53 640 Where it Listeth. . . 54 267 The Solitary Bee 54 557 Grass: a Rumination 54 693 Spirit to Spirit 55 168 Flake White 55 344 The Strange Guest 55 522 A Nocturn 56 192 Mondamin ... . .56 364 To 5. 0. J 56 805 Glaucus 57 45 The Hearts Call 57 612 To the Memory of Helen Hunt Jackson 58 195 Loves Solitude and Society 58 555 Men and Trees 59 46 Verses: I. Left Out ; II. Gray Hair in Youth; 111. Rose Color; IV. In Trust 59 468 Dreams 60 691 Of One who is Deaf 60 835 Finalities 61 752 *Thomass, Miss, Poems, H. E. Scudder 55 418 *Thomass Concerts and Wagners Music, W. F. Apthorp 29 248 *Thomass Orchestra, W. F. Ap thorp 31 247 Thompson, Mrs. Helen Hills Strong The Red Cross 60 646 Thompson [James] Maurice At the Window 31 461 Atalanta 33 615 November 34 658 Diana 35 421 Aoede 37 42 Garden Statues 38 717 Dropping Corn 40 196 The Morning Hills 44 81 Unaware 46 318 Before Dawn 47 381 Wild Honey 51 99 A Prelude 52 23 In the Haunts of the Mocking Bird 54 6~0 A Taunt 56 322 The Genesis of Bird-Song 57 613 Thompson, Lloyd Garrison The Zig-Zag Telegraph 54 184 Thompson, Mrs. Marie L. The Death of Dominie Quitman .32 720 Story of a Contraband 35 705 The House of McVicker 44 453 Thoralf and Synnbv, A Norse Idyl, H. H. Boyesen 30 403 Thoreau, Henry David Chesuncook 2 1, 224, 305 Walking 9 657 Autumnal Tints 10 385 Wild Apples 10 513 Life without Principle 12 484 Night and Moonlight 12 579 The Wellileet Oysterman 14 470 The Highland Light 14 649 April Days 41 445 May Days 41 567 Days in June 41 711 Winter Days 55 79 Thoreau, R. W. Emerson 10 239 *(Thoreau, Henry David) Cape Cod, T. W. Higginson 15 381 *Letters to Various Persons, T. W. Higginson 16 504 *The Maine Woods, T. W. Higginson 14 386 *Thoreau: His Life and Aims (H. A. Page) 41 672 *Thoreau: The Poet - Naturalist (William Ellery Channing), F. B. Sanborn 33 230 Thoreaus Flute, L. M. Alcott 12 280 *Thorpe Regis, T. S. Perry 33 747 Thorsdale Telegraphs, The, B. Phil lips 38 400 *Thorvaldsen: his Life and Works (Eugene Plon; I. M. Layster, trans.) 31 361 *Thoughts about Art (P. G. Hamer- ton), H. S. Mackintosh 28 126 *Thoughts on the Life and Charac- ter of Jesus (Furness) 3 131 *Threading my Way (Robert Dale Owen), IV. D. Howells 33 231 *Three Bells, The, J. G. Whittier. .30 288 *Three Books of Song (Longfellow), W. D. Howells 30 112 Three Boston Painters, E. Wheel wright 40 710 Three Centuries of English Litera- ture (Charles Duke Yonge). . .29 627 *Three English Statesman (Gold win Smith) 21 380 *Three Friends Fancies, U. P. La throp 46 703 Three Interviews with Old John Brown, W. A. Phillips 44 738 Three Marys of Sharpsville, The, C. A. Hopleinson 31 663 *Three Memorial Poems (Lowell), W. D. Howells. 39 374 Three-Mile Cross, J. T. Fields 6 355 Three Months among the Recon- structionists, S. Andrews 17 237 *Three New England Interiors. .. .39 512 219 Three To Three of us, R. Terry 2 139 Three Songs: I. Life and Death. II. Engaged too Long. III. Turned Away, S. M. B. Piatt .43 183 Three Sonnets : Nativity ; Circum- stance; Providence, J. T. Trow bridge 47 647 *Three Thousand Miles through the Rocky Mountains (McClure), W. D. Howells 24 258 Three Typical Workiugmen, J. B. Harrison 42 717 Three Worlds, J. T. Trowbridge.. .49 56 Three Years as a Negro Minstrel, R. Keeler 24 71 Threnodia, Addressed to Alfred Tennyson, Poet Laureate, T. W. Parsons 5 588 Threnody, A. Fields 26 308 Threnody, E. S. Sheppard 11 176 Thrift, H. Rich 21 739 Throne of the Golden-Foot, The, J. W. Palmer 20 453 *Through a Needles Eye (ilesba Stretton), H. W. Preston 42 195 Through Broadway, H. T. Tucker- man 18 717 *Through One Administration) (Frances Hodgson Burnett), H. E. Scudder 52 121 *Through the Dark Continent; or, The Sources of the Nile, around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa, and down the Livingstone River to the Atlantic Ocean (Henry M. Stanley), H. E. Scudder 42 776 Through the Fields to Saint Peters, C. P. Cranch 5 35 Through the Woods to Lake Su- perior, J. T. Trowbridge 25 411 Through Tickets to San Francisco, F. H. Ludlow 14 604 *Thrown Together (Florence Mont gomery) 30 491 Thrush, The, E. R. Sill 57 589 Thrush in a Gilded Cage, A, C. P. Cranch 23 278 *Thiiringer Naturen, Charakter-und Sitten bilder in Erziihlungen (Otto Ludwig) 1 255 Thunder-Cloud, The, J. T. McKay .54 234 Thy Psyche, E. D. Proctor 1 566 *Ticknor, Frank 0., M. D., Poems of (K. M. R., ed.), G. P. La throp 46 700 *Ticknor, George, Life, Letters, and Journals of, T. S. Perry. .37 617 *(Ticknor, George) history of Spanish Literature, G. S. Hillard. . . 12 662 220 *The Life of William Hickling Prescott, G. S. Hillard 13 128 Ticknor, Howard Malcolm *Vanity Fair 10 252 *Church Pastorals (Adams) 13 773 Tidal Waves, II. M. Jackson 48 252 Tied to a Rope, C. J. Sprague 17 721 Tiffany, Osmond Tea 1 446 Tiffin of Paragraphs, A, J. W. Palmer 1 477 *Tiger..Lilies (Sidney Lanier) 21 382 *Tile Club, Book of the, A, 0. E. Woodberry 59 123 Tilton, Theodore The True Church 11 350 No and Yes 12 315 The Mystery of Nature 20 349 Tiltons, Mr., Pictures, C. P. La throp 47 290 Time, T. S. Collier. 56 768 *Time and Eternity (George Mac Henry) 29 108 *Time and Tide by Weare and Tyne (J. Ruskin), W. D. How ells 21 639 Time in Shakespeares Comedies, H. A. C/app 55 386 Time in Shakespeares Plays, H. A. Clapp 55 543 Times Household, D. A. Wa.~son. .. .8 486 Time works Wonders, B. G. Wil der 25 321 Timons Soliloquy, T. B. Read... .19 450 Tincker, Maria Louise (Agnes Paton, pseud.) And Mrs. Somersham 50 488 ~iEdipus 50 764 Antagonism 51 330 Tinoker, Mary Agnes A Legend 31 531 From the Garden of a Friend.... 58 502 *Tintoretto and Rembrandt, Sup- posed, G. P. Lathrop 31 627 *Tiresias and other Poems (Tenny son), G. E. Woodberry 57 423 *Tit for Tat (Marchioness Clara Lauza), H. E. Scudder 46 836 *Titian Gallery, The 39 116 *Title..llunting (E. L. Llewellyn)... 5 638 *Titles of the First Books from the Earliest Presses established in different Cities, Towns, and Monasteries in Europe, before the end of the Fifteenth Cen- tury, with Brief Notes upon their Printers (Rush B. Haw kimis), 0. E. Woodberry 54 422 Titmouse, The, R. W. Emerson 9 585 To , P. H. Hayne 54 397 To a Critic, T. B. Aldrich 36 534 To To a Hurt Child, C. D. Litch./leld. .52 210 To a Poet in the City, T. TV. Par sons ~ 798 To a Poet on his Birthday, A. Fields.15 315 To a Young Girl Dying: With a Gift of Fresh Palm Leaves, T. TV. Parsons 13 604 Tobacco, D. W. Cheever 6 187 Tobacconalian Ode, A 14 672 To Carolina Coronado, M. P. Lowe 15 698 Tocqueville, Alexis de, C. E. Nor ton 8 551 To C. S., H. T. Tuckerman 22 174 To-Day, H. G. Cone 53 228 To-Day, J. C. R. Dorr 33 484 To-Day, S. M. B. Piatt 23 513 Todd, William Cleaves A Reminiscence of Benton 26 362 *Todlebens, General, History of the Defence of Sebastopol, 185455. A Review. (William Howard Russell), T. TV. Hig ginson 15 638 To E. M. T., A. TV. Brotherton 60 260 Topifer, Rodolphe, H. M. Fletcher. .16 556 ToE.W.,J. C. Whittier 11 625 To Fanny, W. D. OConnor 27 161 To (J. T. Fields), On Receiving his Few Verses for a Few Friends, J. C. Whittier 2 284 Together, S. 0. .Jewett 33 590 To Hersa, F. Wilson 17 311 *Toinette (Henry Churton), H. TV Preston .34 749 To lone, C. P. Cranch 38 558 To J. B., on sending me a Sev- en Pound Trout, J. R. Low ell 18 47 Told in Confidence, E. S. Phelps... 37 449 To Leadville, H. Ill. Jackson 43 567 *To Leeward (F. Marion Crawford), H. E. Scudder 53 277 Tolstoi, Count, and the Public Cen- sor, I. F. Hapgood 60 57 * Tombe of ye Poet Chaucer, Ye, E. C. Stedman 47 27 *Tom Brown at Oxford; a Sequel to School Days at Rugby 5 123 8 382 To-Morrow, E. Fawcett 37 166 To-Morrow, H. TV. Longfellow.... .17 552 *To..Morrow of Death, The (Louis Figuier; S. R. Crockett, trans).29 563 Tompkins, P. Deming . .52 39 Toms Husband, S. 0. Jewett 49 205 Tomson, Graham R. Ballad of Pentyre Town 59 769 Jean-Fran~ois Millet 60 186 Omar Khayy~m 60 486 A Wayside Calvary 61 782 To niy Infant Son, A. Bates 61 496 Town Tonellis Marriage, TV. D. Howells .22 96 Too fine for Mortal Ear, H. B. Bostwick 38 683 Tooker, Lewis Frank A Poet 51 474 To Old Friends and New. Notice of the union of the Galaxy with the Atlantic Monthly. . . .41 272 *Too Much Alone (J. H. Riddell). .35 623 *Topics of the Time (Parton) 27 654 To Q. H. F., C. Gagley 58 263 Torrey, Bradford With the Birds on Boston Com mon 51 203 Bird Songs 51 522 Character in Feathers 52 393 Phillida and Coridon 53 526 Bird-Gazing in the White Moun tains Minor Songsters 54 491 Winter Birds about Boston 55 160 A Bird-Lovers April. 55 692 Confessions of a Birds-iN est Hunter 58 336 My Real Estate .58 496 A Woodland Intimate 60 349 An Old Road 60 692 A Green-Mountain Corn-Field. .62 47 A November Chronicle 62 589 Tony Parson, A, L. I. Guiney ... 59 524 To 5. 0. J., E. M. Thomas 56 805 Total Depravity of Inanimate Things, The, K. K. C. Walker .14 357 To the Cat-Bird, A. M. Wells 6 94 To the Muse, f. R. Lowell 5 310 Touching Visitants from a Higher Life, R. D. Owen 35 57 Toujours Amour, E. C. Stedman. . .20 728 Tour in the Dark, A, TV. L. Faw cett 20 670 Tour of Europe for 181 in Cur- rency, The, R. Keeler 26 92 *Tour through the Pyrenees, A (H. A. Tame) 33 626 Tower, The, E. H. Nason 33 541 To William Cullen Bryant on his Seventieth Birthday, H. T. Tuckerman 14 563 To William Lowell Putnam, C. A. Bartol 10 211 Towle, George Makepeace Our Recent Foreign Relations... 14 243 John Bright and the English Rad- icals 16 177 Our Consular Service 29 300 The Russians in the East 36 71 *(Towle, George Makepeace) The History of Henry the Fifth. .. .17 651 Town, Mrs. Katharine T. Mistress Cassandra Lippincotts Courtship 30 208 221 Townley Treasure-Trove Trials and Errors of Joseph Primrose 41 165 Townley, Mary, pseud. (See Jacques, Mary Jane) Townsend, Belton ONeall The Political Condition of South Carolina 39 177 South Carolina Morals 39 467 South Carolina Society 39 670 The Result in South Carolina. .. .41 1 Traditional Policy of Russia, The, K. Blind 22 585 *Tragedian, The; an Essay on the Histrionic Genius of Junius Brutus Booth (Thomas R. Gould), E. P. Wh~pple 22 757 *Ti.agedy of Errors, J. P. Qeincy. . .9 648 *Tragedy of the Unexpected, The, and Other Stories (Nora Perry), S. Kirk 47 284 Trail of the Sea-Serpent, The, J. G. Wood ~ 799 *Trajan (Henry F. Keenan), H. E. Scudder 55 846 *Tramp Abroad, A (Mark Twain), W. D. Howells 45 686 *Tramp Trip, A (Meriwether), H. K. Scudder 59 701 *Transatlantic Sketches (Henry James, Jr.) 36 113 *Transcaiicasia and Ararat (James Bryce), T. S. Perry 42 583 *Transcendental Physics (Zolluer), J. Trowbridge 48 417 Transfigured, W. C. Wilkinson.... 28 93 Transition, C. Thaxter 35 658 Transitional American Woman, The, K. G. Wells 46 817 Translating the Divina Commedia, On, H. W. Longfellow 14 688 18 11, 273, 544 *Travail des Femmes an XIX Silwle, Le (Paul Leroy-Beaulieu), T. S. Perry 31 502 *Travel and Art Tuscan Cities; Spain and the Spaniards; Amer- ican Etchings, G. K. Wood- berry 57 275 Travel in the United States, B. Taylor 19 477 *Travel, Late Books of: A Summer Jaunt through the Old World; French and Belgians; Spain in Profile; The Round Trip, by Way of Panama, through Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada, Utah,. Idaho, and Colorado; Trav- els with a Donkey in the Ce- vennes; A-Saddle in the Wild West; Holidays in Eastern France; Our Autumn Holiday 222 on French Rivers ; Dottings Round the Circle, T. S. Perry. .44 649 *Travel, Light: Their Pilgrimage; Two Pilgrims Progress from Fair Florence to the Eternal City of Rome; Chronicle of the Coach; A Tramp Trip, H. K. Scudder 59 697 Travel, Northern: Schwatkas Search; The Land of the Mid- night Sun; The Story of a Scandinavian Summer; The Land of the White Elephant, H. K. Scudder 49 270 *Travel, Recent: The Wild Tribes of the Soudan; Kadesh-Barnea; Among the Holy Hills; A Roundabout Journey; Portraits of Places; John Bull and his Island, C. K. Woodberry 53 563 *Travel, Some Amusing Books of: The Arctic Voyages of Adolf Erik Nordenskiold; Frozen Asia: a Sketch of Modern Siberia; Columbia and Canada; Four Months in a Sneak-Box; A Ladys Life in the Rocky Mountains; Sunshine and Storm in the East; Sporting Adventures in the Far West; Camps in the Caribbees; Search for Winter Sunbeams in the Riviera, Corsica, Algiers, and Spain; A Forbidden Land; Gleanings from Pontresina and the Upper Engadine; Loi- terings in Pleasant Paths; Camps and Tramps in the Adirondacks, T. S. Perry 46 263 *Travel, Some Recent Books of: The Voyage of the Challenger; China: a History of the Laws, Manners, and Customs of the People; Constantinople; Canoe- ing in Kanuckia; Voynge of the Paper Canoe; Upper Egypt, its People and Products; Transcaucasia and Ararat; The Silver Country; A Trip np the Volga to the Fair of Nijni- Novgorod, T. S. Perry 42 578 Travelling Companions, H. James, Jr 26 600, 684 *Travelling Scholarship of Harvard Art Club 37 384 *Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes (Robert Louis Steven- son), T. S. Perry 44 652 Treadwell, Daniel, Inventor, AL Wyman 32 470 Treasure-Trove, L. Chase, Jr 6 15 Treat Trowbridge Treat, Mrs. Mary Our Winter Birds.. . 49 381 Under the Maples 54 326 Trees, Among the, W. Flagg 6 257 Trees, Beauty of, W. Flagg 21 641 Trees in Assemblages, W. Flagy. ... 8 129 Trego, N. H. Presentiment ... .43 716 Trial by Jury in Civil Suits, J. C. Dodge 48 9 Trial Trip of the Flying Cloud, J. II. Orton. 4 575 Trials and Errors of Joseph Prim- rose, K. T. Town 41 165 Tribute of a Loving Friend to the Memory of a Noble Woman, H. B. Stowe 23 242 Tricksy Spirit, A, 0. T. Miller . . .56 676 Trinity Church in Boston, The Decoration of, H. Van Brunt. .43 633 Trio for Twelfth-Night, H. B. Car penter 53 165 Trip to Cuba, A, J. VI. Howe. .3 601, 686 4 184, 323, 455, 602 *Trip to Cuba, A (Mrs. J. W. Howe) 5 510 *Trip to England, The (William Winter) 43 547 Trip to Isehia, A, B. Ta?,lor 22 155 *Trip up the [olga to the Fair of Nijni-Novgorod, A (H. A. Munro-Butler-Johnstone), T. S. Perry 42 585 *Tritons (Edwin Lasseter Bynner), H. W. Preston 43 753 Triumph of Order, A, J. Hay 30 219 Trodden Path, The, B. White 31 540 *Trois Contes (Gustave Flaubert), T. S. Perry 40 382 *Troja (Henry Schliemann), G. E. Woodherry 54 128 *(Trollope, Anthony) The West Indies and the Spanish Main, C. E. Norton 5 375 *Trollopes, Mr., Latest Character, H. E. Scudder 53 267 Trollope, Thomas Adoiphus A Night in St. Peters 40 409 *Trollope, T. Adolphus, Writings of, H. T. Tucicerman 20 476 Tropical Sequence, A, C. W. Stod dard 48 511 Tropic Midnight, W. W. Harney... 34 305 Troubadours, The Songs of the, H. W. Preston 38 451 *Troubadours and Trouviwes, New and Old (H. W. Preston), T. S. Perry 39 369 *Troiiblesome Daughters (L. B. Walford), H. F. Scudder 46 832 Tronting, .J. T. Trowbridge 34 395 223 Trowbridge, John *The New Chemistry (Cooke).. .33 622 *Report of the Chief Signal Offi cer 34 236 *Education of Women at Univer- sity College, London 34 383 *Boston Art Club Exhibition.... 35 376 *Lightniug and Lightning-Rods. .36 38 *The Bulletin of International Meteorological Observations . .36 629 On a Certain Intolerance in Art Criticism 38 754 Imaginary Dialogue on Decora tive Art 41 693 *Natural Science and Religion (A. Gray) 46 274 *Transcendental Physics (Zoll ner) 48 417 Life and the Dream of Life 49 362 Economy in College Work 62 669 Trowbridge, John Townsend Pendlam: A Modern Reformer. .1 70 Beauty 1 575 La Cantatrice 2 12 The Romance of a Glove 2 272 The Cup 2 577 At Sea 3 69 Midsummer 6 185 The Name in the Bark 8 448 The Wolves 8 705 Midwinter 9 240 The Vagabonds 11 321 By the River 12 70 The Pewee 12 451 My Brother and I 13 156 The First Visit to Washington.. .13 448 What will become of them 14 170, 320 The Maskers 14 303 Service 14 443 The Last Rally 14 589 We are a Nation 14 769 *Broken Lights (Miss Cobbe). . .15 124 The Frozen Harbor 15 281 The Jaguar Hunt 15 742 Coupon Bonds 16 257, 399 The Field of Gettysburg. 16 616 Beyond 16 744 The Wilderness 17 39 Madame Waldoboroughs Car riage 17 407 The Sword of Bolivar 18 713 The Man who stole a Meeting House 19 100 Real Estate 19 196 A Carpet-Bagger in Pennsylvanin.23 449, 729 The Restored Picture 24 86 My Comrade and I 24 326 From Pennsylvania Hills to Min nesota Prairies 25 272 Trowbridge Turners Through the Woods to Lake Su- perior 25 411 A Week at Duluth 25 605 Dorothy iu the Garret 26 188 Authors Nibht 30 144 One Day Solitary 31 75 The Missing Leaf 31 704 The Phantom Chapel ... .32 717 Sheriff Thorne 33 193 Rachel at the Well 33 553 At my Enemys Gate 34 174 Trouting ~ 395 The Old Burying Ground 35 173 The Old Lobster Man 36 175 Under Moon and Stars 37 140 Menotomy Lake 41 647 The Old Alan of the Mountain.. .42 23 Ancestors 43 9 Twoscore and Ten 46 309 Three Sonnets Nativity ; Cir cumstance Providence 47 647 Three Worlds 49 56 The Lost Earl 61 46 *(Trowbridge, John Townsend) A Chanco for Himself . .31 109 *Coupon Bonds and other Stories 31 359 *The Emigrants Story and other Poems, W. D. Howells.35 236 *The Old Battle Ground, J. R. Lowell 6 376 Truce of Piscataqna, The, 1675, J. G. Whittier 5 208 True, Eliot C. Question 54 75 *True Christian Religion, The, (Swedenborg; R. N. Foster, trans.), H. James 23 765 True Church, The, T. Tilton 11 350 True Heroine, The, J. W. Morris... 9 27 True Problem, The, C. Schurz 19 371 *True Republic (Albert Stickney), J. B. Warner 46 717 True Story of Lady Byrons Life, The, H. B Stowe 24 295 True Story of Luigi, The, H. E. Prescott 14 411 True Story, repeated Word for Word as 1 heard it, A, S. L. Clemens 34 591 *Trumpet Major, The (Thomas Hardy), H. E. Scudder 47 71~ *Trust and the Remittance, The (Mary Cowden Clarke) 34 106 Trustees Lament, The, J. R. Lowell. 2 370 Trustworthiness of Early Tradition, The, B. Herford 52 158 Trustworthiness of the Hebrew Traditions, The, B. Herford. . .52 597 Truth, Sojourner, The Libyan Sibyl, II. B. Stowe 11 473 Tryst, A, C. Thaxter 30 172 ~Tsars Window, The, H. E. Scud der 47 861 Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard Rhotruda 8 72 Sonnet: The starry flower, the flower-like stars that fade... .9 731 Coralie 11 472 *(Tuckei.man, Frederick Goddard) Poems 13 777 Tuckerman, Henry Theodore Something about Pictures 1 402 E. Felice Foresti 4 525 The French Character 5 257 Something about History 6 298 At Syracuse 10 569 *The Gentleman (Calvert) 11 787 Something about Bridges 12 740 To William Cullen Bryant on his Seventieth Birthday 14 563 Lake Champlain 18 365 Through Broadway 18 717 The Writings of T. Adoiphus Trollope 20 476 To C. S 22 174 American Diplomacy 22 348 The Old Bankers of Florence.. . .24 629 William Hazlitt 25 664 A Plea for Silence 26 698 (*Tuckerman, henry Theodore) America and her Commenta tors 15 122 *Book of the Artists 21 255 *The Criterion 17 651 Turf and the Trotting Horse in America, The, J. Elderkin. .. .21 513 Turg6uieff, Ivan, I!. James.. 53 42 Turg~nieff, Ivan, T. S. Perry 33 565 *Tisrk and the Greek, The (S. G. W. Benjan~in) 21 256 *Turkey (J. Baker), W. D. How ells 40 628 5Turkey, A Brief History of (J. Blochwitz; Mrs. M. Wessel- hoeft, trans.), T. Davidson... .40 118 Turkey, Tracks, R. Terry 1 149 *Turkish Music, Characteristic, W. F. Aphorp 32 384 *Turkistau. Notes of a Journey in Russian Turkistan, Khokand, Bukhara, and Kuldja (Eugene Sehuyler), 0. P. Lathrop 39 759 Turned Away, 5. 31. B. Piatt 43 183 *T,sr,,er, J. M. W., R. A., The Life of (Philip Gilbert Hamer- ton), H. Van Brunt. 44 164 Turners Old T& m~raire : under a Figure ~ymbolizing the Church, J. P. Lowell 61 482 *Turners Slave Ship, E. Wheel wright 39 510 224 Turners Two Turners, Nat, Insurrection, T. W. Higginson 8 173 Turner, Samuel Epps The Story of Joseph Lesurques. .51 197 *Francesca da Rimini 53 430 *Tnscan Cities (Howells), G. E. Woodherry 57 276 Tutor of a Great Prince, The, H. W. Preston and L. Dodge 62 450 Tuttle, Herbert French Democracy 29 560 The Chanvinisme of the French. .30 478 Some Traits of Bismarek 49 149 The New Eastern Question 49 808 Academic Socialism 52 200 *Peter the Great 54 124 The Despotisni of Party 54 374 *Schuylers American Diplomacy .58 414 Frederic the Great and Madame de Pompadour 59 99 The Emperor William 61 691 *Tuttles History of Prussia, E. Ernerton 53 713 *Twelve Years of a Soldiers Life in India (W. S. R. Hodson), C. E. Norton 5 124 Twentieth Presidential Election, The, C. C. Hazewell 14 633 Twenty Dollars, If. Mitchell 28 306 *T~enty Poems (R. K. Weeks), W. D. Howells 39 91 *Twenty Poems from H. W. Long- fellow (Ernest W. Longfellow, illus.), H. E. Scudder 52 828 *Twenty Years Ago and Now (T. S. Arthur) 5 511 Twilight, C. Thaxter 16 282 *Twilio.ht hours in the Adirondacks (Sweet) 25 758 Twilight of Greek and Roman Sculpture, The, W. S. Liscomb .54 163 Twin-Love, B. Taylor 28 257 *Twin Records of Creation, The (G. W.V. Le Vaux) 19 635 *T~jn Roses 1 892 Two, T. B. Aldrich 28 395 Two and One, L. P. Hale. 10 594 Two Angels, The, J. G. Whittier... 35 465 Two Anniversary After-Dinner Poems, 0. W. Holmes 56 263 Two Biographical Studies, H. C. Lodge 49 554 Two Bites at a Cherry, T. B. Al drich 57 31 Two Browns, The, S. 0. Jewett.. .. 58 196 *Two Chancellors (Klaczko), T. S. Perry 38 366 *Two Circuits, The; a Story of il- linois Life (J. L. Crane), T. S. Perry 41 404 Two Elizabeths, The, J. G. Whittier.56 22 Two Emigrants, B. Heaton 52 486 *Two English Men of Letters: Memoirs of Mark Pattison; Autobiography of Henry Tay- lor, H. E. Scudder 56 120 Two European Schools of Design, W. J. Stillman 34 79 Two Families, K. F. Williams 21 651 Two Girls that tried Farming, E. Farman 35 202 Two Halves of a Life, R. Mach- Two ray 56 806 Harvests, H. AT. Jackson 54 784 5Two Historic Americans : John Adams; Ralph Waldo Emer- son, H. E. Scudder 55 415 Two Homes, The, B. Taylor 33 26 *Two Journalists: A Biography of William Cullen Bryant, with Extracts from his Private Coy- respondence; The Autobiog- raphy of Thurlow Weed, II. E. Scudder 52 411 Two Letters, The, L. P. hale 31 513 *Two Literary Studies: Balzac Tennysons In Memoriam, G. P. Lathrop 53 850 Two Moods of Failure: I. The Last Cup of Canary; II. The Young Man Charles Stuart Revieweth the Troops on Black- heath, H. G. Cone 60 460 Two on a Tower, T. Hardy... 49 577, 722 50 1, 145, 289, 433, 577, 721 Two or Three Troubles, C. A. Hop kinson 7 303, 471 Two Pictures, J. G. Whittier 17 149 *Two Pilgrims Progress from Fair Florence to the Eternal City of Rome (Pennell), H. E. Scud der 59 700 Two Rabbis, The, J. U. Whittier. ... 22 426 Two Rivers, R. W. Emerson 1 311 Two Rivers, The, H. W. Longfellow .41 286 Two Scenes from the Life of Blon- del, J. R. Lowell 12 576 Twoscore and Ten, J. T. Trow bridge 46 309 Two Serious Books, H. W. Preston .59 167 Two Sniffs, C. A. Hopkinson. .. . . .. .3 429 Two Summers, E. A. C. Akers 10 311 Two Tongues, The, W. Mitchell... .6 667 Two Travellers, The, W. C. Bryant .35 129 Two Veils, S. M. B. Piatt .. .34 215 Two Views of It, C. P. Cranch... .43 717 Two Ways, C. F. Woolson 31 669 Two Weeks Sport on the Conlonge River, 0. W. Pierce 32 267 *Two Women of Letters, H. E. Scudder 51 413 Two Years After, 1. Fullerton 3 548 225 Two United *T~vo Years before the Mast; a new edition (R. H. Dana, Jr.), W. D. Huwells 24 259 Two Years of President Hayes, W. Allen 44 190 *Tyndalls Lectures at the Lowell Institute, Boston 31 122 *(Tyndall, John) The Glaciers of the Alps 6 508 *Heat considered as a Mode of Motion, E. L. Youmans 13 512 Types, W. Winter 13 615 *Tyrol and the Skirt of the Alps (George E. Waring, Jr.), W. D. flowells 45 126 *Ultima Thule (Longfellow), C. P. Lathrop 46 704 Umsted, Mrs. Lillie Devereux A Lonely House 7 40 *Una and her Paupers 30 116 Unaware, Al. Thompson 46 348 Unawares, A. W. Brotherton 59 57 Uncharitableness, E. P. Watson.... 20 415 Unclassitied Philosopher, An, F. D. Storey 55 466 Uncle Gabriels Account of his Cam- paigns, E. P. Campbell 24 207 *Uncle Jacks Executors (Annette Lucille Noble), IL E. Scudder.46 419 Uncle Sams Treatment of his Ser- vants, J. Parton 24 645 *Uncle Silas (J. S. Le Fauu) 16 121 *Uncle Toms Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly. New Edi- tion. with Illustrations, and a Bibliography of the Work by George Bullen, of the British Museum. Together with an Jutroductory Account of the Work (H. B. Stowe) 43 407 *Undergrad,,ate, The, 0. W. Holmes .5 382 Under Moon and Stars. J. T. Trow bridge 37 140 Under the Cliff, R. Browmng 13 737 Under the Cloud and through the Sea, A. D. T. Whitney 8 352 Under the Great Elm. Poem read at Cambridge on the Hundredth Anniversary of Washingtons taking Command of the Ameri- can Army, 3d July, 1775, J. II. Low~il 36 221t Under the Maples, Al. Treat 54 326 Under tha Midnight Sun, I. I. Hayes.24 752 25 102 *Under the Olive (Annie Fields), C. P. Lathrop 47 427 *Under thu Palmetto in Peace and War (Richard Meade Bache), H. E. Scudder .46 828 Under the Pear-Tree, C. A. Hopicin son 11 162, 354 Under the Sky, E. Al. Thomas 50 634 Under the Skylight, C. P. Cranch .26 457 Under the Snow, F. W. Lander 9 625 *Under the Willows, and other Poems (J. R. Lowell), W. D. Howells .23 2432 Underwood, Francis Henry The Kinloch Estate 2 156, 319, 397 The Whirligig of Time 2 584 Bulls and Bears 2 825 3 70, 189, 303,403, 585, 710 *The Choral Harmony 4 131 *The Novels of James Fenimore Cooper 4 394 *Ettore Fieramosca (DAzeglio). .4 395 Egypt under the Pharaohs 45 315 The Preceptor of Moses 46 30 *The Origin of Religion 47 130 Wards English Poets 48 273 Underworld in Homer, Virgil, and Dante, The, W. C. Lawton. ... 54 99 Undiscovered Country, The, W. D. Howells .45 66, 216, 336, 499, 641, 780 46 83 *Undivine Comedy, and other Poems, The (Sigismund Krasinski). . .36 624 *Und sie kommt doch! (Wilbelamine von Hillern), T. S. Perry 45 567 *Unforgiven (Berriedale) 25 762 Unforeseen Results of the Alabama Dispute, A. G. Sedgwick 41 771 Unfulfihiment, F. L. Bushnell 46 47 *Ungers Etchings (C. Vosmaer). .39 115 40 754 *Unger, William, Works of (Vos- maer), W. D. Howells 39 115 40 754 Unheard Music, E. W. Gosse 53 130 Union and Liberty, 0. W. Holmes... 8 756 *United Netherlands, History of the, Vols. I., II. (Motley), E. P. Whipple 7 377 *United States of America, A Larger History of the (Higginson), H. E. Scudder 57 559 *United States, A New History of the, H. E.Scudder 52 266 *United States, A Popular History of the (Bryant and Gay), Vol. I., H. E. Scudder 33 361 *United States, Constitutional His- tory of the (Dr. H. von Holst; John J. Lalor and Alfred B. Mason, trans.), C. Hale 39 630 *United States, The Constitutional and Political History of the (H. von Hoist), H. C. Lodge. .49 277 *United States, Eighty Years Pro gress of the 8 646 226 United Van United States, Finances of the, E. H. D6rby 22 494 United States, History of, Vol. IX. (Bancroft), 0. S. Hillard 18 765 *United States, History of the; Cen- tenary Edition (Bancroft), C. P. Lathrop 39 380 United States, Travel in the, B. Taylor 19 477 United States after the Revolution- ary War, The, J. Fiske 57 351 United States and Europe, The, C. C. Hazewell 8 95 United States and the Barbary States, The, F. Sheldon 6 641 United States Armory, The, C. B. Prescott 12 436 United States Army, The Staff of the, R. Williams 41 376 *United States during the War, The (A. Laugel), W. D. Howells... 18 252 *United States Notes (John Jay Knox), E. Stanwood 54 709 United States Sanitary Commission, The, E. E. Hale 19 416 *Universal Literature, Handbook of (Anne C. L. Botta), H. M. Alden 11 518 *Universe and the Coming Transits, The 34 364 Universities, German, F. B6chcr. ... 7 257 University, The Object of a, E. Mulford 58 747 University Administration, W. T. Hewett 50 505 University Reform, An Address to the Alumni of Harvard, at their Triennial Festival, July 19, 1866, F. H. Hedge 18 296 University Reform, Considerations on, J. Fiske 19 451 *Unknoveu River, The (Hamerton), W. D. Howells 27 269 Unlearned Professions, The, E. At kinson 45 742 Unloved, R. H. Lathrop 51 528 Unseen World, The, J. Fiske. .37 170, 266 *Unseen World, and other Essays, The (J. Fiske) 37 749 Unsung, T. B. Aldrich 37 673 *Unterwegs (Anerbach), T. S. Perry ~ 5~6 Untimely Thought, An, T. B. Al drich 31 102 *Unto the Third and Fourth Genera- tion (Helen Campbell), H. E. Scudder 46 417 *Unwarrantable Liberties of Per- forruers, W. F. Apthorp 39 513 *Up and Down the irawaddi (J. XV. Palmer), J. Ii. Lowell 4 383 Upon the Tree-Top, 0. T. Mil ler 56 533 *Upper Egypt: Its People and its Products (C. B. Klunzinger), T. S. Perry 42 582 *Upper Schools and Colleges, W. R. Dimmock 33 637 Ups and Downs of the Bonapartes and Bourbons, J. Amory 27 287 Up the Edisto, T. W. Higginson.... 20 157 Up the Grand Canal of China, C. Longfellow 34 340 Up the Neva to Schiisselburg, E. Noble 58 792 Up the St. Johns River, T. W. Hig Up ginson 16 311 the St. Marys, T. W. Higgin son 15 422 Up the Thames, N. Hawthorne... .11 598 Urania, J. D. Stockton 5 565 Urbs Anim~e, H. W. Preston and L. P. Dodge 62 742 Urvasi, H. B. Bostwick..... 35 437 *Use and Origin of the Arrange- ments of Leaves in Plants, The (Chauncey Wright), J. Fiske. .30 125 Use of Numbers in Society, The, N. Shaler 44 326 Use of the Rifle, The, H. W. S. Cleveland 9 300 Usurpation, The, C. S. Boutwell... 18 506 Utah Expedition, The: its Causes and Consequences, A. G. Browne, Jr 3 361, 474, 570 Utility and the Futility of Aphor- isms, Time, W. R. Alger 11 178 *Utopian Affairs, A. G. Sedgwick. .29 124 *Vagabond Adventures (Keeler), W. D. Howells 26 759 Vagabonds, The, J. T. Trowbridge .11 321 Vagabonds and Criminals of India, The, E. Robins 53 194 *Valbegen, E. de: Les Anglais et lInde 1 253 Valentines Chance, L. C. Wm~man. .57 763 *Valentino (Astor), [I. E. Scudder .57 270 *Valerie Aylmer (Reid) 26 761 Valley of Gastein, The, H. M. Hunt .27 27 Value of Accident, The, C. Col lies 25 172 Vnn Benschoten, Mrs. Lizzie Olive Charons Fee 52 608 Van Brunt, Eenry About Spires 5 75 Greek Lines 7 654; 8 76 Growth of Conscience in the Decorative Arts 42 204 New Lives of the Old Masters... 43 490 The New Dispensation of Monu mental Art 43 633 227 Vandegrift Virginia The Latest Literature of Art ~Esthctics (V~ron); The Life of J. M. W. Turner (Hamer- ton); Art in the House (Falkc).44 160 On the Present Condition and Prospects of Architecture 57 374 The Statue of Leif Erikson 57 813 Henry Hobson Richardson, Archi tect 51 685 Vandegrift, Margaret, pseud. (See Janvier, Margaret) Vanderlyn, John, the Artist, Recol lections of, TV. I. Kip 19 228 Vanishers, The, J. G. Whittier 14 726 Vanity, A. De Vere 6 116 *Vanity Fair (W. M. Thackeray), E. P. IVh~pple 15 639 *Vauity Fair, Vols. 1.V., H. M. Ticknor 10 252 Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Mariana Griswold The New York Art Season 48 193 *Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication (Charles Darwin), W. James 22 122 Varioloid, Political Results from the, II. D. Owen 35 660 Various Aspects of the Woman Question, F. Sheldon 18 425 *Varley, Nelson, W. F. Apthorp. .31 506 Veal, Concerning: a Discourse of Immaturity, A. K. H. Boyd... .8 187 *Vedders Drawings for Omar Khayy6ms Ruhdiyit, S. Baxter and J. B. Millet 55 111 *Vedders, Elihu, Pictures, F. D. Millet 45 843 Vedders, Elihu, Pictures, W. H. Downes 59 842 Vendue, On a Late, f. E. Babson. .14 400 Venner, Arthur, pseud. (See Gris- wold, William McCrillis) Venetian Experience, A, E. H. Ap pleton 19 674 Vengeance of Dominic de Gourgues, The, F. Parlcman 14 530 Venice, C. P. Cranch 52 679 Venice, 11. W. Longfellow 39 294 *Venice (Charles Yriarte), W. D. Howells ... .45 125 Venice, In, C. F. TVoolson 49 488 Venice and St. Marks, C. E. Nor ton 41 ~02 Venus of Milo, The, AL F. Cur tis 44 435 Verdis Aida, W. F. Apthorp 33 509 *Vernon Grove 3 133 *Veronese versus Millet, G. P. La throp 36 374 *Verrerie dans lantiqnit~, Histoire de la (Deville), C. Cook 33 248 *Verse, Four Books of: A Masque, and other Poems ; The White Sail, and other Poems; Poems by Edward Rowland Sill; Lyrics and Sonnets, 7. B. Ald- rich and H. E. Scudder 61 416 *Verses (Susan Coolidge), C. P. Lathrop 47 429 *Verses (H. H.), T. W. Higgin- son 27 400 *Verses (H. H.) 33 368 Verses for a Letter, S. 0. Jewett. .45 568 Verses: I. Left Out. II. Gray Hair in Youth. III. Rose Color. IV. in Trust, E. M. Thomas. .59 468 *Vertu (Gustave Haller), T. S. Perry 42 303 *Verys, Jones, Poems, 0. B. Froth inyham 52 123 Vesey, Denmark, T. W. Higginson. .7 728 Vesta, J. G. Whittier 34 534 *Vestigia (George Fleming), G. P. Laihrop 53 707 Vestigia Quinque Retrorsum. An Academic Poem, 0. W. Holmes.44 238 *Vest Pocket Lexicon (Jenkins). .10 769 *Vest Pocket Series, G. P. Lathrop.40 630 Via Crucis, E. I. Stevenson 59 492 *Vihert, H. James, Jr 29 247 *Vicaire de Wakefield, Le (Gnus- seron, trans.), W. H. Downes. .57 565 Vicissitudes of Keatss Fame, On the, J. Severn 11 401 Victim, The, A. Tennyson 21 174 Victor and Jacqueline, C. Chesebro .6 168, 271 Victor Emmanuels Political Work, W. C. Lanydon 41 361 *Victorian Poets (Edmund Clarence Stedman), H. E. Scudder 37 112 Victory, How to use, E. E. Hale.. .13 763 Victory of Patience, The, H. Jack son 55 617 *Viking Tales of the North (R. B. Anderson and others, trans.) W. H. Bishop 39498 *Vineta, the Phantom City (E. Werner; Frances A. Shaw, trans.), T. S. Perry 40 764 Vineyard Saint, The, B. Taylor 5 733 *Violet Light, Influence of, J. Fiske.29 638 Violet-Planting, E. A. C. A kers. . .11 675 *Violon de Fi6ence, La (Champ- fleury), W. H. Bishop 43 609 *Virgil, The Works of (J. A. Wil- stach, trans.), 0. E. Wood- berry 53 572 *Virginia; a History of the Peo- ple. American Commonwealths (John Esten Cooke,) H. E. Scudder 51 846 228 Virginia Voyage Virginia, the May Campaign in, 6. C. Co/fin 14 124 Virginia Campaign of John Brown, The, F. B. Sanborn. .35 16, 224, 323, 453, 591 36 704 *Virginia Bohemians, The (John Esten Cooke), H. E. Scudder. .46 827 *Virgiiiia from English and Amer- ican Points of View: English Colonies in America, Vir- ginia, Maryland, and the Caro- linas ; Virginia, a History of the People, H. E. Scudder.... 51 845 Virginian in New England Thirty- five Years ago, A, .J. R. Lowell.26 162, 333, 482, 739 27 673 *Virginians in Texas (William M. Baker), H. W. Preston 43 752 Virginias Wooing, 0. T. Miller.... 61 362 Visible and Invisible in Libraries, The, A. ill. IVaterston 16 525 Vision, A, E. F. Terry 33 452 Vision of Echard, The, J. G. Whit tier 42 257 *Vision of Echard, and other Poems, The (J. G. Whittier), W. D. Howells .. .42 776 Vision of Lost Souls, A, L. B. Moore.34 267 *Vision of Nimrod, The (Charles De Kay), G.P.Lathrop 47 857 Vision of the Faithful, The, J. 0. Saxe 28 40 Visionary, Some Account of a, M. James 5 192 *Visions: a Study of False Sight (E. H. Clarke) ... .42 377 Visitants from a Higher Life, Touching. A Chapter of Autobiography, R. D. Owen... 35 57 Visit of the Wrens, P. H. Hayne. .34 717 Visit to a Certain Old Gentleman, A. Leaves from a Roman Note-Book, T. B. Aldrich 37 541 Visit to Jerusalem, A, E. E. Hale. .49 368 Visit to Marthas Vineyard, A, J. B. Everett 4 281 Visit to South Carolina in 1860, A, E. 0. Mason 53 241 Visit to Sybaris, My, E. B. Hale... 20 63 Visit to the Asylum for Aged and Decayed Punsters, A, 0. W. Holmes 7 113 Visit to the Autocrats Landlady, A, 0. TV. Holmes 2 738 Visit to the Balearic Islands, A, B. Taylor 20 680 21 73 Visit to the Edgeworths, A, B. Farrar 16 356 *Vita Nuova di Dante Allighieri (C. Witte), T. S. Perry 39 506 Vix, 0. E. 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Dorr. .62 304 Walker, C. D. Shanig 6 460 Walker, Francis Amasa American Industry in the Census .24 689 What to do with the Surplus. .. .25 72 Our Population in 1900 32 487 *Waiker~s History of the Second Corps, J. C. Ropes 59 694 Walker, George Leon Autumnal 22 651 *(Walker, James) Sermons preached in the Chapel of Harvard Col- lege, E. P. Whipple..... 8 643 Walker, Mrs. Katharine Kent Child The Total Depravity of Inani mate Things 14 357 Echoes from an Old Parsonage. .40 468 Some Intimations of Early Child hood 45 327 The Bible in the Nursery 45 775 Walker, W. H. Screw Propulsion 5 314 Walker of the Snow, The, C. D. Shanly 3 631 Walking, H. D. Thoreau 9 657 *Walks in Rome (Augustus J. C. Hare) 30 116 *(Wallace, Alfred Russel) Contribu- tions to the Theory of Natural Selection, H. James 26 757 Wallace, Mrs. Susan Elston Archery 43 717 Among the Pueblos 46 215 Wall Between A 44 713 *Wanderer, The (William Ellery Channing) 29 109 Wanderers, The, C. P. (ranch. ... 40 206 Wanted: An Heir, E. F. Terry... .27 241 Wants, E. Jones. 45 599 Wapentake. To Alfred Tennyson, H. W. Longfellow 40 731 War, The Heart of the, J. C. Hol land 14 240 War and Literature, J. Weiss 9 674 Ward, Julius Hammond Richard Henry Dana 43 518 A Tennysonian Retrospect 44 356 *Horace Bushnell 47 126 The New Sunday 47 526 Ward, Samuel Nocturne 34 590 *Wnr Department of the United States, A History of the, with Biographical Sketches of the Secretaries (L. D. Ingersoll). .44 558 Ward of the Three Guardians, The, A. C. Browne, Jr 39 697 Wards English Poets, F. H. Under wood 48 273 *Wards Indian Hunter, The Na tion~ and 30 501 *Wards Shakespeare, C. Cook 30 372 *Wards Shakespeare, Mr. Marshall Wood on 31 630 *Wards Shakespeare and The Nation, C. Cook 31 246 *Wards Statues and The Naticn~s Mistake, C. Cook 30 751 Ware, James R. A Prisoner of War..... .2 717 Shakespeare done into French.... 6 202 Ware, John, Jr. Substance and Shadow 5 29 Ware, William Robert *Exhibition of Drawings by For eign Art Schools. .. 29 244 The Harvard University Cata logue 31 626; 33 373 230 Waring Washington Waring, George Edwin, Jr. Vix 21 732 Wettstein 24 488 Howl got my Overcoat 28 76 Ruby 31 481 Fox-Hunting in England 33 15 Campaigning with Max 35 396 Sanitary Drainage of Houses and Towns 36 339, 427, 535 Liernurs Pneumatic System of Sewerage 37 482 Life and Work of the Eastern Farmer 39 584 Recent Modifications in Sanitary Drainage 44 56 The Waldenses of To.Day 44 643 The National Board of Health... 44 732 War-Matters, Chiefly about. By a Peaceable Man, N. Hawthorne .10 43 Warner, Charles Dudley Ba6ldeck and that Sort of Thing .33 36, 183, 301, 453, 576 Passing the Cataract of the Nile 36 1 At the Gates of the East 36 523 From Jaffa to Jerusalem 38 1 Jerusalem 38 143 Holy Places of the Holy City. .. .38 301 Neighborhoods of Jernsalein.... 38 418 The Fair of Moses: The Arme nian Patriarch 38 598 The Adirondacks Verified 41 63, 218, 343, 522, 636, 755 Aspects of American Life 43 1 The People for ~vhom Shakespeare wrote 43 729 44 44 Equality 45 19 Washington Irving 45 396 *Prisoiis and Penitentiaries 45 412 Across Africa 50 165 A Ride in Spain 50 608 Wagners Parsifal 51 75 Modern Fiction 51 464 Monserrat 51 740 Around the Spanish Coast 52 257 Random Spanish Notes 52 647 On Horseback 56 88, 194, 388, 540 The Golden Hesperides 61 48 *(Warner, Charles Dudley) Back- log Studies, W. D. Howells 31 494 *Baddeck and that Sort of Thing, JV. D. Howells 33 748 *Being a Boy, W. D. Howells .40 763 *In the Levant 39 112 *Mnmmies and Moslems, JJJ. D. Howells 38 108 *In the Wilderness, W. D. Howells 42 377 *My Summer in a Garden, W. D. Howells 27 397 *Saunterings, W. D. Howells. .30 242 231 *Their Pilgrimage, H. E. Scud der 59 698 *Warners, Mr., Biographical Stud- ics : Captain John Smith; Washington Irving, H. E. Scudder 49 422 Warner, H. E. The Returner 32 573 Warner, Hermann Jackson The Men of Schwyz 7 334 Warner, Horace D. The City of Earthquakes 51 397 Volcano Studies 52 508 Warner, Joseph Bangs *Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy (Fiske) 35 616 *History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century (Les lie Stephen) 40 245 *A True Republic 46 716 *War of the Rebellion; or, Scylla and Charybdis (H. S. Foote). .17 653 *Warren, Jolm, The Life of (Ed- ward Warren), T. S. Perry.. .33 371 Warren, William, H. A. Ct~app... .62 786 * Warrington PenPortraits (XVil ham S. Robiiison; Mrs. W. S. Robinson, ed.), F. B. Sanborn .40 379 War Scenes Revisited, Some, T. W. Higginson 42 1 *War..Ships and Navies of the World (J. W. King), T. S. Perry 47 423 War-Time, In. Inscribed to W. B., J. C. Whittier 10 235 Warwick, About, N. Hawthorne... .10 708 Was he Dead? S. W. Mitchell. .. .25 86 Washers of the Shroud, The, J. R. Lowell 8 641 Washing of the Feet, The, on Holy Thursday, in St. Peters, A. De Vere 2 728 Washington, Reminiscences of, B. P. Poore 45 53, ~89, 537, 806 46 67, 369, 531, 664, 799 47 234, 538, 658 Washington, Social, H. L. Nelson. .52 818 Washington, The Conspiracy at, E. P. Whipple 20 633 Washington, The Externals of, Z. F. Peirce 32 701 Washington, The First Visit to, J. T. Trowbridge . 13 448 Washington and his Companions viewed Face to Face, G. Hough ton 54 501 Washington as a Camp, T. Win throp 8 105 Washington as it Should Be, 0. B. Frothinyham 53 841 Washington City, C. W. Bayby .... 7 1 Washington Webster Washington in Cambridge, A. Mc Kenzie 36 92 Washington Monument, and Mr. Storys Design, The, W. P. P. Longfellow ~ 524 Washington Society, A. G. Sedgwiclc.40 652 *Wasliington Square (Henry James, Jr.; George Du Manner, illus.), H. E. Scudder 47 709 *Washington Treaty, The, F. B. Sanborn 30 382 Was Reichenbach Right? 31. L. Bissell 24 269 Wasson, David Atwood The New World and the New Man 2 513 Alls Well 2 861 Joy-Month 3 685 Seen and Unseen 4 57 Rest and Motion 7 525 Times Household 8 486 Light Literature 9 86 Ease in Work 9 241 Individuality 9 424 Hindrance 9 607 Originality 10 63 Mr. Buckle as a Thinker 11 7 The Law of Costs 11 241 Shall we Compromise ~ 11 649 A Letter to Thomas Carlyle 12 497 *Speeches, Lectures, and Letters (Phillips) 12 792 *Pninciples of Political Economy, (Mill) 13 250 *Cnitical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life (Alger) 13 253 Whittier 13 331 *History of the Intellectual De- velopment of Europe (Dra per) 13 642 *Newman s Translation of the Iliad 14 135 *The Roman and the Teuton (Kingsley) 14 252 Communication 14 424 Ice and Esquimaux 14 728 15 39, 201,437, 564 Wilhelm Meisters Apprentice ship 16 273, 448 *Epictetns (Higginson, trans.).. 16 761 *Speeches of Andrew Johnson.. .16 763 *The Emancipation of Massa chusetts (Adams) 59 2Sf Waste, E. Fawcett 35 683 Watch and Ward, H. James, Jr... .28 232, 320,415, 577, 689 Watching, C. Thaxter 14 74 Watch in the Night, A, A. C. Swin burne 22 698 Watch of Boon Island, The, C. Thaxter 29 267 232 Water-Color Painting. An Essay read before the Boston Art Club, H. S. Mackintosh 34 694 Water-Color Pictures, English, Sale of, U. P. Lathrop 30 120 *Water..Color Societys Exhihition, New York, C. Cook 35 508 Waterfall, The, Al. J. L. Caidwell.. .3 318 Water-Lilies, T. TV. Higginson 2 465 Waterston, Mrs. Anna Morton Jane Ansten 11 235 Annesley Hall and Newstead Ab bey 13 239 The Visible and Invisihle in Li braries 16 525 Womans Work in the Middle Ages 18 274 Watson, E. P. Uncharitableness 20 415 Watson, Mrs. Mary Russell The Humming-Bird 5 659 The Great Arm-Chair 6 294 *Waverley Novels 1 888 Waverley Oaks, G. P. Lathrop 40 319 Wayland, Francis, Jr. A Field Night in the House of Commons 8 663 No Failure for the North 11 500 An American in the House of Lords 12 137 Letter to a Peace Democrat 12 776 Wayland, The late President, J. L. Diman 21 68 Wayside Calvary, A, G. .1?. Tomson .61 782 Wayside Pikes, C. King 28 564 Way to Arcady, The, H. C. Bunner.53 332 Way to Sing, The, H. Al. Hunt. . . .25 214 *Wayward Woman, A (Arthur Griffiths), T. S. Perry 46 124 Weak Lungs, and how to make them Strong, D. Lewis . 11 657 Weakness of the United States Government under the Articles of Confederation, J. Fiske... .57 577 Weak Sight, 11. C. An yell 42 73 *We and Our Neighbors (Harriet Beecher Stowe), U. P. Lathrop.36 248 We are a Nation, J. T. Trowbridge .14 769 * Wear and Tears (S. Weir Mitchell), J. Fiske 29 381 Weariness, H. W. Longfellow 12 556 Weather Foretelling, The Fnture of, N. S. Slialer 46 645 Weather in War, C. C. Hazewell... .9 593 Weather-Vane, The, E Al. Thomas .50 193 Weaver, The, J. B. Bittinger 38 342 *Weber~s Compositions in Liszts editions, W. F. Apthorp 38 763 Webster, Albert, Jr. Miss Eunices Glove 32 ~2 Madame 34 216 Webster Southern Home Politics 36 464 A Fair Compensation 38 342 Webster, DaniA, H. C. Lodge 49 228 *Wcbster, Daniel [American States- men] (Henry Cabot Lodge), T. W. Higginson 52 571 *XVehster, Daniel, Reminiscences and Anecdotes of (Peter Har vey) 41 669 *Websters Speeches, D. A. Goddard .45 96 *Webster, John, Works of, in Li- brary of (Ad Authors, J. R. Lowell 2 119 *Webster, Noah [American Men of Letters], (horace E. Scudder), H. C. Lodge 49 ~ *(Wcbster, Noah) An American Dictionary of the English Language, f. R. Lowell 5 631 *An American Dictionary of the English Language, TV. A. IVheeler 14 642 H. E. Scadder 44 551 *Websters and Worcesters Diction- aries, J. R. Lowell 5 631 Wedding in Mnskoka, A. An Inci- dent of Life in the Canada Backwoods, H. B. King 34 423 Wedding Veil, The, E. H. Whittier. .1 376 *Wedgwood, Hensleigh: A Diction- ary of English Etymology, .1. R. Lowell 6 248 *Weed, Thurlow, Memoir of (fhur- low Weed Barnes), H. C. Lodge.53 684 *Weed, Thurlow, Tue Autobiog- raphy of (Harriet A. Weed, ed.), H. E. Scedder 52 414 Weeden, William Babcock *Progress and Poverty (henry George) 46 846 Week at Duluth, A, J. T. Thow bridge 25 605 Week in Syharis, A, E. E. Hale.... 21 160 Week on Capri, A, B. Taylor 21 740 Weeks, Grenville Mellen The Last Cruise of the Monitor. .11 366 Weeks Riding, A, A. Bartlett 20 200 *Weeks, Robert K., Poems of, G. P. Latlirop . .47 857 Weidemeyer, John William The Song of Rorek 30 17 Weimar, Autumn Days in, B. Taylor.35 ~6 36 229 Weimar in June, B. Taylor 39 61 Weimar with Liszt, In, A. Fay 33 417 Weiss, John War and Literature 9 674 The Horrors of San Domingo 9 732 10 212, 347 11 289, 768 10 1 Some Soldier Poetry. West *The Rejected Stone; The Golden Hour (Conway) 10 644 *Richters Titan (C. T. Brooks, trans.) 11 136 Light and Dark 11 717 *Sordello, Stratford, Christmas- Eve and Easter-Day (Browning)13 639 *Dramatis Personw (Browning). .14 644 A Letter about England 15 641 *Hesperns (C. T. brooks, trans.). .16 510 Crickets 40 467 Appledore 41 223 *(Weiss, John) Life and Correspond- ence of Theodore Parker, J. P. Quincy 13 123 Weitzel, Sophie Winthrop New Faiths 50 205 Loves Opportunity 51 493 Weld, Horace Hastings The Singing-School Romance... .18 740 Welles, Gideon The Opposition to Lincoln in 1864.41 366 Lincolns Triumph in 1864 41 454 *Wellflelds, The (Jessie Fothergill), H. E. Scudder 46 833 Wellileet Oysterman, The, H. D. Thoreau 14 470 Wells Mrs. Anna Maria Fifty and Fifteen 2 474 To tise Cat-Bird 6 94 Wells, David Ames The Theory and Practice of Local Taxation in the United States. .33 59 A Modern Financial Utopia 33 441 Taxation without Jurisdiction Unconstitntional 35 314 The Creed of Free Trade 36 204 Are Titles and Debts Property?. .40 347 Wells, Mrs. Kate Gannett Women in Org. nization 46 360 The Transitional American Wo man 46 817 Caste in American Society 48 823 An Old New England Divine. .. .54 247 The Quoddy hermit 55 821 *Well..Worn Roads of Spain, Hol- land, and Italy (Smith), G. E. Woodberry 59 125 Welsh in America, The, E. W. .Jones.37 305 Welsh Musical Festival, A, J. R. Dix .1 544 *Wenderholnie : A Story of Lan- cashire and Yorkshire (Hamer- ton), H. W. Preston 39 632 Wentworths Crime, F. Parl~s 53 787 Were they Crickets? T. Hill 17 397 Were-Wolves and Swan-Maidens, f. Fiske 28 129 We shall rise again, L. Kingman. .. .6 725 Wesley, John, G. A. Ellis 27 321 West, A., pseud. (See Fields, Mrs. Annie) 233 West Where West, Richard Hopes of a Spanish Republic.... 25 368 U he Duel of the Spanish Bourbons.25 626 Westbrook, Raymond, pseud. (See Bishop, William Henry) Western View of Inter-State Trans- portation, A, C. Seymour 30 345 *Western Windows, and other Poems (J. J. Piatt) 23 520 *Western Windows, and other Poems (Piatt), W. D. Howells 41 139 *West Indies and the Spanish Main, The (A. Trollope), C. E. Nor ton 5375 Weston, Mrs. Sarah Winthrop Mr. Martins Disappointments.. .12 281 *Wcst Point, History of (Boynton), J. C. Hurd 13 258 *Westward by Rail (Rae) 27 138 West Wind, C. Thaxter 46 384 *Wetherel Affair, The (J. W. Dc Forest), W. D. Howells 34 229 Wetherill, Julie K., pseud. (See Baker, Mrs. Julie Wetheril) Wettstein, G. E. Waring, Jr 24 488 Wet-Weather Work. By a Farmer D. G. Mitchell 11 444, 719 12 183, 617 13 304, 539 14 39, 333 Wharton, Mrs. Anne Hollings- worth The American Philosophical So ciety 61 611 Wharton, Francis Criminal Law at Home and Abroad 26 69 Wharton, Joseph National Self-Protection 36 298 Wharton, Thomas Arehieology 46 501 *What Answer (Anna E. Dickinson), W. D. Howells 23 134 *What are the Symphony C.oncerts for? W. F. Apthorp 32 756 What are we going to make? E. Wright 2 90 What a Wretched Woman said to me, A. Gary 2 151 What Children Read, A. Ji~epplier. .59 23 What did she see with? E. S. Phelps 18 14~ What Five Years will do, E. H. Ap pleton 22 525 What Instruction Should be Given in Our Colleges? A. S. Bolles. .52 686 *What I saw on the West Coast of South and North America, and at the Hawaiian Islands (H. Willis Baxley) 16 379 What is a Fact? E. S. Phelps 46 676 What is an American9 35 561 What is Mythology? J. Fiske 48 85 *What Mr. Darwin Saw in his Voy- age round the World in the Ship Beagle, H. E. Scudder. . .45 131 What shall we do with them? W. Mitchell 9 469 What shall we have for Dinner? E. E. Hale 14 364 What they Said, M. A. King 40 675 What to do with the Surplus, F. A. Walker 25 72 What we are coming to, W. Mitchell.8 487 What we feel, C. J. Sprague 20 740 What we learn from old Aryan Words, J. Fiske 47 478 What will become of them? J. T. Trowbridge 14 170, 320 What will it cost us? E. H. Derby.17 621 Wheeler, Ella Secrets 47 547 Wheeler, William Adolphus *American Dictionary (Webster) .14 642 *Wheelers Mr., Handbooks: An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction; Who Wrote it?; Familiar Allusions, H. F. Scud der 50 277 *Wheel of Fire, A (Bates), H. E. Scudder 57 259 Wheelwright, Edward Etchings and Eteliers (Hamer ton) 38 112 Personal Recollections of Jean Fran~ois Millet 38 257 *Turners Slave Ship 39 510 *Duveiiecks Turkish Page 39 641 *A Plea for Art in the House (Loftie) 39 642 *Suggestions for House Decora tion (Garrett) 39 643 Three Boston Painters 40 710 Whelpley, James Davenport *The Denslow Palace 2 208 Ideal Property 22 167 Birth of the Solar System 23 221 When all is said, J. W. Baker 60 43 When did the Pilgrim Fathers lnnd at Plymouth? S. H. Gay 48 612 When Lesser Loves, J. C. .1?. Dorr.56 380 Wherefore? C. Thaxter 33 172 Where it Listeth, F. 111. Thomas.. .54 267 *Where the Battle was Fought (Charles Egbert Craddock), H. E. Scudder 55 123 *Where Victory leaves us, S. R. Reed 30 762 Where will it end? F. Quinc4 1 239 Where will the Rebellion leave us? E. R. Hoar 8 236 234 Whewell White *XVhewell, William History of the Inductive Sciences, from the Earliest to the Present Time, T. Hill 2 122 *Whig Party, a History of the (R. M. Ormsby), F. C. Hopkinson. .5 372 While the Oriole sings, W. D. How ells ~ 83 *Whip and Spur (George E. War- ing, Jr.), W. D. Howell.s 36 109 Whipple, Edwin Percy *Biography of Elisha Kent Kane (Elder) .. .1 636 *The New American Cyclop~dia, Vol. ~ 1 766 Intellectual Character 1 791 *Robertsons Sermons 2 127 *The New American CycIop~dia, Vol. II 2 256 *Lectures on Metaphysics (Ham- ilton) 3 774 *The New American Cyclop~dia, Vol. VI 5 121 Nathaniel Hawthorne 5 614 *El Fureidis. 6 119 *Personal History of Lord Bacon (Dixon) 7 246 *History of the United Nether lands (Motley). .. 7 377 *The Recreations of a Country Parson.. . 8 127 *Cnrrem~ts and Counter-Currents in Medical Science (Holmes).... 8 253 *History of Civilization in Eng- land, Vol. II. (Buckle) 8 254 *Great Expectations (Dickens).. 8 380 *Sermons preached in the Chapel of Harvard College (Walker).. .8 643 *Cecil Dreeme (Winthrop) 8 773 *The Cloister and the Hearth 9 270 *John Brent (Theodore Winthrop).9 520 Slavery in its Principles, Develop- ment, and Expedients 9 627 *Les Mis~rables. Fautine (Hugo).10 124 *The Pearl of Orrs Island (H. B. Stowe) 10 126 The New Opposition Party 10 377 *S~nshine in Thou5ht (Leland). .11 786 *My Farm of Edgewood (Mitch ell) 13 130 *llistory of the Anti - Slavery Measures of the Thirty-Seventh and Thirty - Eighth Congress (Wilson) 14 787 The Causes of Foreign Enmity to the United States . .. 15 372 *Christ and his Salvation (Bush nell) 15 377 Grit 15 407 *Vanity Fair (Thackeray) 15 639 Young Men in History 16 1 Reconstruction and Negro Suf frage 16 238 The President and Congress.... .17 500 The Johnson Party 18 374 The President and his Accom plices 18 634 Characteristics of the Elizabethan Literature 19 144 Mr. Hardhack on the Derivation of Man from the Monkey 19 300 The Genius of Dickens 19 546 Shakespeare, the Man and the Dramatist 19 715 The Growth, Limitations, and Toleration of Shakespeares Genius 20 178 Ben Jonson 20 403 The Conspiracy at Washington.. .20 633 Minor Elizabethan Dramatists.. .20 692 Beaumont and Fletcher, Massin ger and Ford 21 176 Spenser 21 395 Minor Elizabethan Poets 22 26 Sidney and Raleigh 22 304 Bacon 22 476, 573 Hooker 22 674 *The Tragedian (Gould) 22 757 *Tablets (Alcott) 22 764 Moral Significance of the Repub lican Triumph 23 124 Mr. Hardhack on the Sensational in Literature and Life 26 195 Shoddy 27 338 Dickens and the Pickwick Pa pers 38 219 Oliver Twist 38 474 Dickenss Hard Times 39 353 Dickenss American Notes 39 462 The Shadow on Dickenss Life.. .40 227 Dickenss Great Expectations. .. .40 327 Recollections of James T. Fields .48 253 Richard Grant White 49 214 Whipple, Edwin Percy, T. W. Hig qinson 58 345 Whirligig of Time, The, F. H. Un derwood 2 584 White, Andrew Dickson Jefferson and Slavery 9 29 The Statesmanship of Richelieu.. .9 611 The Development and Overthrow of the Russian Serf-System. .10 538 White, Belle The Trodden Path 31 540 Crowned and Discrowned 33 653 Boring for Oil 35 671 White, C. H., pseud. (See Chap- lin, Heman White) White, Eliza Orne A Browning Courtship 62 99 White, Richard Grant Holbein and the Dance of Death. .3 265 235 White Whittier Shakespeares Art 3 657 William Shakespeare, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chan cery ~ 84 *Popular Tales from the Norse (iDasent) 4 387 Daily Beauty 4 397 *The Collier-Folio Shakespeare... .4 512 The Shakespeare Mystery 8 257 Americanisms 41 495, 656 42 97, 342, 619 43 88, 379, 656 England on the Rails 41 761 John Bull 42 223 The Meaning of Music 42 488 The Nature of Music 42 749 London Streets 43 230 Living in London. 43 506 A Sunday on the Thames 43 787 English Skies 44 107 Rural England 44 241 Nobility and Gentry 44 370 A Day at Windsor 44 534 Assorted Americanisms 44 654 English Manners 44 774 Habits of English Life 45 86 Antonius Stradivarius and the Violin ... .45 253 English in England 45 374 A Canterbury Pilgrimage 45 524 British Americanisms 45 669 King Lear 45 824; 46 111 Taurus Centaurns 46 249 Oxford and Cambridge 46 385 A National Vice 46 544 Letters and Notes from England.46 685 Sara Bernhardt 47 95 In London Again 47 252 Random Recollections of Eng land 47 401 The British Philistine 47 548 Correspondence with a British Critic 47 697 French Tragedy 47 827 On the Acting of lago 48 203 The Two Hamlets 48 467 Stage Rosalinds 51 248 The Bacon-Shakespeare Craze... 51 507 Mr. Washington Adams in Eng land 52 94 Some Alleged Americanisms. .. .52 792 A Sequel to Mr. Washington Adams 53 Th8 The Fate of Mansfield Hum phreys 53 399 The Anatomizing of William Shakespeare... 53 595, 815; 54 257, 313 The H Malady in England 55 23 White, Richard Grant, E. P. Whip- pie 49 214 *(White, Richard Grant) Memoirs of the Life of William Shake- speare, with an Essay toward the Expression of his Genius, H. N. Hudson 16 637 *White, Mr., on Shakespeare and Sheridan, H. E. Scudder 52 566 *Whites, Mr., Books, T. S. Perry .16 427 Whites Shakspeare, J. .1?. Lowell. .3 111, 241 White Camellia, A, E. Fawcett. .. .42 555 White Czar, The, H. W. Longfellow.41 365 *Whitefield, Rev. George, Life of (L. Tyerman) 41 548 *White Lies (Charles Reade) 1 123 White Mice, C. D. Shanly 5 329 *White Mountains, The heart of the: Their Legend and Scen~1,~j (Samuel Adams Drak Hamilton Gibson, ill.), H. E. Scudder 49 131 White Rover, The, C. Thaxter 33 564 *White Sail and other Poems, The (L. I. Guiney), H. E. Scudder .61 417 White-Throated Sparrow, The, A. Fields 12 224 *White Wings: A Yachting Ro- zuance (William Black), H. E. Scudder 46 834 Whitman, Walt Bardic Symbols 5 445 Proud Music of the Sea-Storm... 23 199 *(Whitman, Walt) After All, Not to Create only 29 109 Whitney, Mrs. Adeline Dutton Tram Larvae 4 540 The Reckoning 4 602 Behind the Mask 7 360 Under the Cloud and through the Sea 8 352 Per Tenebras, Lumina 9 68 The Southern Cross 9 337 Exodus 9 492 My Daphne 10 163 Equinoctial 12 476 Peace 16 237 Released .18 32 Whitney, Anne Camille 1 834 *(Whitney, Anne) Poems 4 774 Whitney, William Dwight *On the Stratification of Lan guage (Muller) 22 761 Whittier, Elizabeth Hussey The Wedding Veil 1 376 Whittier, John Greenleaf The Gift of Tritemins 1 62 Skipper Iresons Ride 1 223 The Old Burying-Ground 1 455 Telling the Bees 1 722 236 ~W~hittier The Swan-Song of Parson Avery. .2 207 To 2 284 Le Marais dii Cygne 2 429 The Telegraph 2 591 The Double-Headed Snake of Newbury 3 339 My Psalm 4 230 The Truce of Piscataqua 5 208 The Playmate 5 547 The Summons 6 405 Cobbler Keezars Vision 7 1435 Our River 8 213 ALegendof the Lake 8 679 At Port Royal, 1861 9 244 Mountain Pictures 9 299, 423 Astrina at the Capitol 9 776 In War-Time 10 235 Amy Wentworth 10 237 ) The Battle Autumn of 1862 10 510 Andrew Rykmans Prayer 11 95 The Proclamation 11 240 i To B. W 11 625 The Countess 11 626 Barbara Frietchie 12 495 The Brother of Mercy 13 279 The Wreck of Rivermouth 13 412 The Vanishers 14 726 Kallundborg Church 15 51 The Mantle of St. John de Ma- tha 15 162 The Grave by the Lake 15 561 The Changeling 16 20 The Peace Autumn 16 545 Two Pictures 17 149 Abraham Davenport 17 539 The Dead Ship of Harpswell. ... 17 705 The Palatine 19 51 G. L. S 19 707 Freedom in Brazil 20 62 The Wife 21 1 The Meeting 21 221 The Clear Vision 21 545 The Dole of Jan Thorkell 22 10 The Two Rabbis 22 426 After Election 23 50 howard at Atlanta 23 367 The Heroine of Long Point 23 562 Norembega 23 662 Garibaldi 24 431 Nauhaught, the Deacon 25 64 My Triumph 25 467 The Prayer-Seeker 26 652 The Sisters 27 68 Marguerite 27 331 The Robin 27 703 The Singer 28 220 My Birthday 28 499 Chicago 28 741 Kino Volmer and Elsie 29 309 The Brewing of Soma 29 473 The Three Bells . .. .30 288 Whittier A Mystery 81 196 The Friends Burial 32 64 John Underhill 32 668 The Golden Wedding of Long- wood 33 13 The Anti-Slavery Convention of 1833 33 166 A Sea Dream 34 160 Vesta 34 534 The Two Angels 35 465 Lexington 35 575 Sunset on the Bearcamp 37 56 Hymn written for the opening of the International Exhibition, Philadelphia, May 10, 1876. .. .37 744 The Witch of Wenham 39 129 Hymn of the Dunkers 39 529 In the Old South Church 40 614 The Seeking of the Waterfall. .. .41 88 William Francis Bartlett 41 330 The Vision of Echard 42 257 The Dead Feast of the Kol-Folk. .43 83 Bayard Taylor 43 337 The Landmarks 43 376 St. Martins Summer 45 115 The Lost Occasion 45 448 The Ministers Daughter 46 542 Within the Gate 47 84 Rabbi Ishmael 47 609 In Memory 48 110 The Bay of Seven Islands 49 144 At Last 49 375 Storm on Lake Asquam 50 463 A Summer Pilgrimage 51 63 How the Women went from Dover.51 805 Birchbrook Mill 54 637 The Two Elizabeths 56 22 The Homestead 57 178 Revelation 57 540 A Day 59 166 On the Big Horn 59 433 Whittier, D. A. Wassort 13 331 *Whittier, Barrys Portrait of, W. .J. Stiliman 3 653 *(Whittier, John Greenleaf) Bal- lads of New England, W. D. Howells 24 767 *Hazel Blossoms, W. D. How ells 35 106 *Home Ballads and Poems, J. R. Lowell 6 637 *The Kings Missive, and other Poems, C. P. Lathrop 47 855 *Mabel Martin, C. P. Lathrop .36 748 *Miniam, and other Poems, W. D. Howells 27 137 *Snow..Bommnd 17 383 *The Bay of Seven Islands, and other Poems, H. E. Scodder.52 840 *The Pennsylvania Pilgrim, and other Poems 30 628 237 Whittier Williams *The River Path, illustrated, IV. D. Howells 41 136 *The Vision of Echard, and other Poems, W. D. Howells .42 776 Whittiers Eightieth Birthday, On, K L. Mace 61 111 *Whittiers Kings Missive, and other Recent Poetry: The Kings Missive, and other Poems ; Studies in Song; The Vision of Nimrod ; Poems by Robert K. Weeks ; Thirty Years; Lays and Legends of Aijeient Greece ; Poems of Many Years and Many Places; The Statues in the Block, and other Poems, C. P. Lathrop... 47 855 Whittingliam, Richard *Life and Correspondence of Samuel Johnson 33 619 Who are the Aryans? J. Fiske 47 224 Who is Roebuck? IV. J. Austin... .12 388 Who is the Thief? S. Brooks 1 706 Who Lost Waterloo? J. C. Ropes .47 785 Who paid for the Prima Donna? E. Qaincy 1 300 Who pays Protective Duties? H. C. Burchard 41 607 Who was Caspar Hauser? G. N. Lieber 7 62 Who was she? B. Taylor 34 257 Who won the pretty Widow? W. W. Harney 29 535, 697 *XYho Wrote It? (William A. Wheeler; Charles G. Wheeler, ed.), II. E. Scudder 50 278 Why? A. B. Averill 29 709 Why? 31. K. Boutelle 38 329 *Why and How (Conwell) 27 143 Why did the Governess faint? L. P. Hale 3 543 *Why General Sheridan should not be hanged, A. G. Sedywick 29 128 Why has the North felt aggrieved with England? G. E. Ellis 8 612 Why Henry Jones did not go to Canada, W. Mitchell 24 261 Why Semmes of the Alabama was not tried, J. A. Bolles 30 88, 148 Why their Creeds differed, E. S. Randolph 10 30 Why the Puthammer Castle was destroyed, R. D. Owen 16 513 Why Thomas was discharged, G. Arnold 11 708 Wichern, Dr., and his Pupils, L. P. Brockeft 1 567 Wicksteed, Philip Henry The Sources of Early Israclitish History 53 387 Widows Bandbox, The, H. B. Stowe .26 62 *Wieniawski, W. F. Apthorp 31 119 Wife by Wager, A, E. H. House. .20 350 Wife, The; an Idyl of Bearcamp Water, J. G. Whittier 21 1 Wifes Story, The, R. B. Harding. .14 1 Wild Apples, H. D. Thorcan 10 513 Wilde, Cyril, R. F. Coleman 8 398 Wild Endive, The, A. Fields 8 625 Wilder, Burt Green How my New Acquaintances spin 18 129 Time works Wonders 25 321 Right and Left 25 455 Equal yet Diverse 26 30 Wilder, John Out on the Reef 22 176 Wilderness, The, J. T. Trowbridge .17 39 *Wildes, Oscar, Poems, C. P. La throp 49 122 *Wild Flowers of America, The (Isaac Sprague and George L. Goodale), Part I., A. R. Curtis.39 245 Part II 40 761 Wild Honey, M. Thompson 51 99 Wild Roses, E. Fawcett 37 359 *Wild Roses of Cape Ann, and Other Poems (Lucy Larcom), C. P. Lathrop 47 429 *Wild Tribes of the Soudan, The (F. L. James), C. E. Wood l)erry 53 563 Wilhelmina, C. F. Woolson 35 44 Wilhelm Meisters Apprenticeship, D. A. Wasson 16 273, 448 Wilkinson, John, pseud. (See Hamilton, Kate Waterman) Wilkinson, William Cleaver Transfigured 28 93 Willard, Sidney A Night in a Wherry 8 463 *William Henry and his Friends (A. M. Diaz) 29 110 *l.ATilliam Henry Letters, The (A. M. Diaz) 27 524 *William Rufus, The Reign of, and the Accession of Henry the First (Edward A. Freeman), H. W. Holland 50 401 Williams, Alice Rosenlied 34 206 Williams, Francis Meyerbeer 14 116 Williams, Henry Willard Our Eyes, and how to take care of them 27 62, 177, 332, 462, 636 Williams, Katherine Freeman Juanita 3 16 Two Families 21 651 Williams, Robert The Staff of the United States Army 41 376 238 Williams Winthrop *XVilliams, Roger, As to (Dexter), H. E. Scudder 38 629 *Williams~Wynn, Memorials of Charlotte, H. W. Preston 49 114 Willie, P. Deming 34 51 Willie Wharton, L. Al. Child 11 324 Willis, H. A. A Remarkable Case of Physical Phenomena 22 129 Willis, Nathaniel Parker, E. F. Hayward ~ 212 5~(Willmott, Robert Aris) Summer Time in the Country 2 899 Will of Peter the Great, aad the Eastern Question, The, A. B. Magruder 42 34 Willow, C. E. Sullivant 51 689 Willow, The, E. A. C. Akers 16 194 Willow-Tree, A, E. Fawcett 40 447 Wilison, Forceythe The Rhyme of the Masters MateiG 519 To Hersa 17 311 The Voice 18 397 Autumn Song 18 746 Willson, Forceythe, J. ,J. Piatt. ... 35 332 Will the Coming Man drink Wine ? J. Parton 22 189 *Wilson, Alexander, the American Ornithologist, The Poems and Literary Prose of (A. B. Grosart, ed.), H. E. Scudder. .42 123 Wilson, George S. How shall the American Savage be Civilized9 50 596 Wilson, Henry Edwin M. Stanton 25 234 Jeremiah S. Black and Edwin M. Stanton 26 463 New Departure of the Republi can Party 27 104 Wilson, John Grosvenor The River Raldivyir 38 694 Wilson, Woodrow Responsible Government under the Constitution .57 542 Wiltbank, William White My Second Capture 16 195 *Winekelmanus History of Ancient Art (G. Henry Lodge, trans.), C. Akers 29 631 31 503 Wind and Stream, The, W. C. Bry ant 1 148 *Windfalls (T. G. Appleton), H. E. Scudder 41 806 *Wind of Destiny, The (Hardy), H. E. Scudder 58 131 Wind over the Chimney, The, H. W. Longfellow 15 7 Winds and the Weather, The, C. Wright 1 272 239 Windsor, A Pay at, R. G. White... 44 534 Wind the Clock, H. Rich 17 80 Wingate, B. C. (Fearn Gray, pseud.) Kathern 40 561 *Wings of Courage, The (Marie E. Field, ed.), W. D. Ilowells. .. .41 137 *XViimifred Bertram (Mrs. Charles) T. W. Higginson 17 384 Winship, George Barker Antohiographical Sketches of a Strength-Seeker 9 102 Winslow, Mrs. Celeste Mary Augusta Perplexed 37 710 Ah, Dawn, delay 44 434 Winsor, Frederick Time Surgeon at the Field Hos pital 46 183 Winsor, Justin Stage-Struck 22 79 *The English Colonies in Amer ica (Lodge) 48 415 Americana 57 317 The Shakespeare-Shapleigh En tanglement 59 617 *Winstowe (Mrs. Leith Adams), H. W. Preston 41 493 Winter, William Types 13 615 Loves Queen .22 475 *Illustrated Christmas Carol 22 762 Withered Roses 44 533 Perdita 59 197 Winter, C. L. Cleameland 41 346 Winter Adventure on the Prairie, A, M. E. A. C. Brown 19 501 Winter-Birds, The, TV. hagy 3 319 Winter Birds about Boston, B. Torrey 55 160 Winter Days, H. D. Thoreau 55 79 Winter Epithalamium, C. F. Bates .33 341 Wintering on .ZEtna, S. P. Langley .46 38 *Winter in Rmmssia, A (Th~ophile Gautier; NI. M. Ripley, trans.), U. P. Lathrop 35 238 Winter Journey in Colorado, A, N. S. Shaler 47 46 Winter-Killed, H. E. Starbleak... .51 652 Winter-Life in St. Petersburg, B. Taylor 16 34 *Wimitcr Poems by Favorite Amer- ican Poets, W. D. Howells 27 269 *Winter Sunshine (John Burroughs), H. E. Scudder 37 377 Winter Woods, C. Cooper 25 711 Winthrop, Governor John, in Old England, C. E. Ellis 13 1 *Winthrop, John, Life and Letters of (Robert C. Winthrop), C. E. Ellis 19 254 Winthrop Woodberry *(Winthrop, Robert C.) Addresses and Speeches on Various Occa- sions from 1869 to 1876, H. E. Scudder 43 681 Winthrop, Theodore New York Seventh Regiment 7 744 Washington as a Camp 8 105 Saccharissa Mellasys 8 282 Love and Skates 9 70, 223 Life in the Open Air. .10 203, 293, 526, 678 The East and the West 11 487 Vinthrop, Theodore, U. TV. Curtis. .8 242 ~(Winthrop, Theodore) Cecil Drecine, E. P. Whipple 8 773 *Johis Brent, E. P. Whipple.... 9 520 Winthrop, Theodore, Lines written under a Portrait of 9 606 Winthrop, Theodore, The Life and Poems of (Edited by his Sister), C. P. Lethrop 54 120 Winthrops, Theodore, Writings, C. Nordhoff 12 153 Wise and Unwise Economy in Schools, C. W. Eliot 35 712 Wise Bluebird, The, 0. T. Miller.60 455 Wish, A, Al. Oliver 31 16 *Wishing~Cap Papers, The (Leigh Hunt), W. D. Howells 31 624 Wister, Owen Beethoven 49 242 Wister, Mrs. Sarah Butler A Carnival of Venice 35 176 A Carnival of Rome 37 289, 385 *~i~~hery of Archery, The (Maurice Thompson), W. D. Howells.... 44 269 Witch of Wenham, The, J. G. Whit tier 39 129 Witches of Venice, The, E. R. Pen- nell 58 463 Witchwork, H. P. Spoflbrd 43 566 Withered Roses, W. Winter 44 533 Within and Without, C. Thaxter... 55 758 ~Within the Capes (Pyle), H. E. Scudder 57 264 Within the Gate, J. G. Whittier.... 47 8~L Without Reward, D. H. R. Goodale.32 149 nWith Reed and Lyre (Scollard), G. E. TVoodberry 59 410 With the Birds, J. Burroughs 15 513 *Wit, Humor, and Shakespeare (John Weiss), 0. P. Lathrop. .39 24~ Wives of Poets, The, TV. M. Ros.. setti 47 55, 155, 382, 518 Wizard Poet, The, S. V. Cole 47 250 Wo Lee and his Kinsfolk, S. An drews 25 223 *Wolf at the Door, The, H. W. Preston 41 493 Wolfe on the Plains of Abraham, F. Parkrnan 54 339 240 Wollstonecraft, Mary, G. E. Wood- berry 46 838 *Wollstonecraft, Mary. Letters to Imlay, W. D. Howells 44 124 Wolves, The, J. T. Trowbridge 8 705 Woman, A, R. Terry 10 694 *Woman and her Era (Eliza W. Farnham), T. W. Higginson. .14 388 *Woman..Hater, A (Charles Reade).40 507 *Woman in American Society (Abba Goobi Woolson) 32 114 Woman of Genius, A, H. W. Pres ton 45 450 Woman Question, Various Aspects of the, F. Sheldon 18 425 *Womans Educational Movement in England, The, N. S. Sha ler 36 126 *Womans Experiences in Europe, A (Mrs. E. D. Wallace) 30 115 Womans Mood, A, E. S. Phelps... 35 41 *Womans Poems, A (Mrs. Piatt). .27 773 Womans Pulpit, A, E. S. Phelps. .26 11 *Womans Reason, A (W. D. How ells), H. E. Scudder 52 704 Womans Rights in Ancient Athens, B. W. Ball 27 273 Womans Work in the Middle Ages, A. M. Waterston 18 274 *Womans Wrongs (Gail Hamil ton) 21 509 *Won-,en in Organizations, K. G. Wells 46 360 *Won2ien of the Arabs, The (Henry Harris Jessup), Z. F. Peirce. .33 372 *Womens Instruction at Harvard, The New Plan for 43 550 Wonderings, A. L. Carlton 33 268 Wondersinith, The, F. J. OBrien.. .4 463 Wonders of Modern Surgery, Some of the, W. T. Helmuth 21 373 Wong Chin Foo The Story of San Tszon 56 256 Wood, Charles A Modern Hii~du Reformer. . .. .49 483 Wood, Charlotte (Charles Dun- ning, pseud.) Annina 53 534 Wood John George The Trail of the Sea Serpent... .53 799 Dime Museums 55 759 *(Wood, John George) The Coin- mon Objects of the Seashore.. .2 253 Wood, William Scottish Banking 34 85 Woodberry, George Edward *Madanme R~camier and her Friends 38 114 *St. Thomas of Canterbury (Au brey de Vere) 40 632 A Neglected Poet 45 624 WoodberrY Woodberry Recent Biographies: The Life of William Ellery Channing; Reminiscences of Rev. 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