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Franklin's Autobiography, Riverside Literature Series.
Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac, Riverside Literature Series.
Tyler's Three Men of Letters (Berkeley, Dwight, Barlow) (Putnam).
Trumbull's M'Fingal (Samuel G. Goodrich).
Todd's Barlow's Life and Letters (Putnam).
Austin's Philip Freneau, A History of his Life and Times (A. Wes-

sels Co.). Freneau's Poems (3 vols.), edited by Pattee (Princeton University

Library). Freneau's Poems, Library of Old Authors. Dunlap's Life of Charles Brockden Brown (2 vols.) (James P. Parke). Prescott's Miscellanies, essay on Charles Brockden Brown. Smyth's The Philadelphia Magazines and their Contributors (Lind

say). The Federalist, edited by Paul Leicester Ford (Holt).

THE NATIONAL PERIOD

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Mifflin and Co.). This contains lives of Irving, Thoreau, Cooper, Emerson, Poe, Willis, Franklin, Bryant, Simms, Taylor, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier, Prescott, Parkman, Curtis, Mar

garet Fuller, and Noah Webster. Irving's Life and Letters (4 vols.), edited by P. M. Irving (Putnam). J. G. Wilson's Bryant and his Friends (Fords). Halleck's Life and Letters, edited by J. G. Wilson (Appleton). The Poetical Writings of Halleck, edited by J. G. Wilson (Appleton). Samuel Longfellow's Life and Letters of Longfellow (3 vols.)

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(Houghton, Mifflin and Co.). F. H. Underwood's John Greenleaf Whittier (Houghton, Mifflin

and Co.). E. E. Hale's James Russell Lowell and his Friends (Houghton,

Mifflin and Co.).

H. E. Scudder's James Russell Lowell : A Biography (2 vols.)

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Co.). Ferris Greenslet's James Russell Lowell (Houghton, Mifflin and Co.). J. E. Cabot's Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson (2 vols.) (Houghton,

Mifflin and Co.). G. W. Cooke's Poets of Transcendentalism (Houghton, Mifflin and

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ton, Mifflin and Co.). Correspondence of Emerson and Carlyle (2 vols.) (Houghton, Mifflin

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The works of the later authors are so generally accessible as to make special reference unnecessary. For biographical data, consult Who's Who in America, and for both criticism and biography, consult the magazine articles which may be found through Poole's Index and the Cumulative Index.

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INDEX

References to summaries and lists of names are printed in heavy type.

102.

Abbott, Jacob, account of, 124; 127; Astor, John Jacob, 40.
128.

Atlantic Ocean, 31; 32.
Abbott, John S. C., 53.

Atlantic Monthly, The, 76; founded,
Adam, 4; 121.

78; 81 ; 110; 114.
Adams, Henry, 122; 127, 385. Autobiography, Franklin's, 18; 27.
Adams, John, 18.

“Autocrat,” portrait, 78, 79, 80.
Æneid, imitated by Mather, 9. Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, 79; 81.
Ages, The, 39.
Al Aaraaf, 101.

Baby Bell, 114.
Albany, 115.

Baby's Age, 97
Alcott, Amos Bronson, 44; portrait, 45; Bacon, Francis, 1.
57.

Ballad of the Trees and the Master, A,
Alcott, Louisa May, account of, 124-
125; 127; 128.

Baltimore, 102; 124.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, account of, Bancroft, George, 54; account of, 83;
114-115; 127.

84; 85; 87; 88; 89; 91; 92.
Alhambra, The, 32.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 122; 127.
Allan, John, 98.

Barbary, 28.
Allen, James Lane, 106; 126.

Barefoot Boy, The, 62.
America, 1, 20; as a subject for literary Barlow, Joel, account of, 23-24; 27;
composition, 15, 21-22; progress in,

selections from works of, 229-232;
28; 31; 32; 37; 38; 40; 44; 83; 84; 86; portrait, 230.
107; IIO.

Barnum, P. T., 114.
American Crisis, The, 202.

Baucis and Philemon, 131.
American Flag, The, 40-41.

Bay Psalm Book, The, account of, 3-4;
American literature, beginning of, 2; 12; 13; 14; selections from, 144-
13; 14.

148; facsimile title-page, 145.
American Philosophical Society, 16. Beacon Hill, 46.
American Poems, 223.
American Revolution, Sparks's History Bedouin Song, 111-112; 113.
of, 83.

Beecher, Dr. Lyman, 63.
American Scholar, The, 47.

Belfry Pigeon, The, 42.
Among the Hills, 62.

Belknap, Jeremy, 89; 92.
Analogy of Religion, 63.

Bells, The, 100.
Annabel Lee, 100.

Berlin, 84.
Annapolis, 84.

Biglow Papers, The, 75; 80-81 ; 120.
Antiquity of Freedom, The, 39. Biography since 1865, 122.
Anti-slavery movement, 59-60; 67; 68. Bird, The, 89.
Anti-slavery writers, 59-68.

Blackstone, Sir William, 77.
Apple Tree, The, 39.

Blind Preacher, The, 94.
Arnold, Matthew, 101; 113.

Blithedale Romance, The, 55.
“Artemus Ward,” 120.

Boston, 6; 8; 15; 17; 38; 46; 54; 60; 97;
Arthur Mervyn, 26, 237.

114.

Bede, 9.

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