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INDEX



489



Chelmsford, tx, 235.

Chemistry, 11, 288; human, iv, 133;
the noblest, vii, 182 ; powers and
limits, IX, 18 ; and moral science,
rx, 31.

Cherokee "scream," the, iv, 426,
427.

Cherokees, the, iv, 424.

Chesterfield, vii, 358.

Chevelure, dangerous, vii, 509.

Cheyne Row, in, 230.

Chicago, X, 91, 371 ; birth of, ix, 76,
77-

Child, the, in, 325 ; civilizes the fa-
ther, III, 511; parents and, TV,
134. 1:55 ; out of doors, IV, 298;
lives with God, iv, 382; the sob-
bing, IV, 481; love of, v, 135; has
poetry of life, V, 211; power of,

V, 238; truth of, VI, 35; rules, vr,
^ 468; early teaching of, VIII, 129;

E.'s joys as a, x, 381.
Childhood, E.'s, vi, 305.
Children, vrii, 296; foreigners, v,

262; speech of, V, 435; precepts

to, V, 528; directness of, vi, 35;

E.'s, VI, 266; versus conversation,

VI, 348; sacred, VI, 473; teachers
- ' of, VIII, 23; in Heaven's gardens,

vni, 465; wits of, X, 32.

Chinese reformers, vi, 458.

Chivalry, age of, Charles's remark,
n, 87.

Chladni an Orpheus, vni, 79.

Choate, Rufus, vii, 69; viil, 112,
183, 184, 508; Webster and, vii,
8'^; on English and Fox, viii, 558.

Choice abdication of, m, 337, 338.

Cholera times, value of death and
life, n, 505, S06.

Christ, Jesus, 11, 129; ni, 413; iv,
213, 214; suspecting defects in,
n, 323; love not by compulsion,
n, 410; real love for, in, 223;
stream and source, in, 324; influ-
ence of, ni, 433 ; VI, 438 ; not final,
in, 518 ; beautiful but incomplete,
m, 531; a fellow-worshipper, iv,
129; message of, iv, 277; acted
thought, IV, 43S; human, iv, 444;
love due to, rv, 496; reverence
for what he represents, v, 7; true
help of, V, 274; no institution, v,
389; history of, typical, V, 478;



his command of silence, v, 491;
love of, reasonable, v, 500; great
defeat of, power of character, vi,
188; not yet portrayed, vm, 52.

Christendom, renouncing soul's
birthright the madness of, v, 272,
273-.

Christian, gentleman and, v, 549.

Christianity, in, 415; value of, n,
78; and morals, n, 120; weighed
by truth, n, 326; educates and
frees, 11, 510; truth precedes, 11,
S16; and slavery, in, 446, 447;
and the English Church, Charles
Emerson on, ni, 547, 548; misre-
presented, IV, 168; traces of de-
monology in, v, 163, 164; now in-
sists on persons, not ideas, v,
454; old as creation, vn, 418; ar-
gument for, IX, 510.

Christians, dying, n, 317; savage,
vm, 523.

Church, the parish, iv, 443; desire
for a fit, IV, 462; must respect the
soul, v, 171; poverty of, v, 370;
its office and benefit to the peo-
ple, VI, 6-9; and trade, viii, 334.

Church of St. Augustine, n, 175.

Church of England, vni, 368.

Church of Rome, conversion to, ix,
243, 244.

Church bells of Boston, v, 281.

Church clock, the, v, 24.

Church-going, rv, 377.

Churches, in, 79; pictures, gardens,
III, 94-<)6.

Churchman, transcendentalist and,
VI, 380.

Church-member, lady turned, vi,
160.

Church-members, ix, 322.

Cicero, quotation, n, 422; quoted,
IX, 362, 556.

Cid, the, VIII, S57; Chronicle of,
vn, 307, 308. '

Cipher, Nature's, v, 421.

Circles, little and greater, x, 238.

Circles, the poem, VII, 212, 213.

Circumstance, vni, 4.

Circumstances in presence of soul,
V, 312.

Circus, the, v, 402.

Cities, like shells, vi, 9.

Citizen, true, v, 357, 358.



490



INDEX



City, joy of a new, x, 413.

City and country, v, 310.

City-builders, vin, 145.

City founders, viii, 223.

Civil history, rv, 125.

Civilization, 11, iS; its triumphs
treacherous, ix, 27, 28.

Clapp, Henry, quoted, x, 239.

Clare, poem of, vi, 168.

Clarendon, Lord, iv, 269; viil, 405:
on Falkland, iv, 264. >

Clark, Galen, x, 354.

Clarke, James Freeman, on Haw-
thorne, X, 39.

Clarke, Sarah, V, 458; X, 385.

Class of 1821, meeting of, vii, 226,
227.

Classes, three, vi, 220, 221.

Classic and Romantic, ix, 24, 25,
26, 27.

Classic authors, supremacy of, vi,
268. ^

Classics, VI, 289.

Classification, iv, 100, 487; true,
ni, 294.

Classmates meeting, no disguises,
VI, 37-39-

Clay, Cassius M., and Wendell
Phillips, IX, 267, 268.

Clay, Henry, n, 53.

Clergy, vii, 413; in America, Vi,
423-

Clerisy, the, or learned class, v, 337,
338.

Cleveland, Duke of, vil, 387.

Cliff, the, IX, 94; the day at, V,
423.

Climate^ our happy, vii, 294; ex-
haustion of our, IX, 333.

Climbers, viil, 24.

Clipper-ships, American, vin, 370.

Clothes-pins, vi, 370.

Clouds, V, 450.

Cloud-shows, I, 26.

Clough, Arthur Hugh, meeting
with, VII, 453; his Bothie, vn,
560; VIII, 16; in New England,
VIII, 375-77; departure of, vm,
388.

Club, Hedges', reaction from liter-
ary discussion, iv, 456, 457; for
literature, vii, 255, 256; des
femmes, vii, 456; 4es clubs, vii,
457; town and country, viii, 10.



Clubs, IX, 103; value of, ix, 469.

Coal, man a, in the fire, iv, 18.

Coals to a market, vu, 338.

Coat, a, IV, 314, 315.

Coincidences, v, 107; x, 356.

Coke, VIII, 134; quoted, vni, 135.

Colburn, Zerah, iv, 159.

Coldness as disguise, v, 348.

Coleman, his AgricuUtire in Massa-
f chuselts, VI, 196.

Coleridge, 11, 278; friend, n, 277;
translation of Wallenstein, quo-
tation, II, 377; mouthpiece of
mind of man, ni, 328; immortal-
ity will be proved from intellect,
m> S3P. 540; a churchman, rv,
152, 153; soUtary, v, 528; at An-
dover, vi, 266; inJBuence of, vm,
558; quoted on Greek women, X,
350.

Colfax, Schuyler, ix, 393.

College, revisited, i, 116; E.'s, v,
203; futile, v, 254; hide-bound,

VII, 56.
College anniversaries, vii, 60.
Collins, in the kitchen, vni, 130;

Ode to Evening, x, 201 .

Columbus, III, 12; at Veragua,
vm, 152, 153; letter of, vm, 171,
172.

Combinations and inventions of
the century, vm, 344.

Comines, ix, 562.

Commandments, creeds or, 11, 419,
420.

Commencement Day, IV, 83.

Commerce, makes love, in, 379;
dangers of, v, 285.

Common life, beauty in, classifica-
tion, rv, 99, 100.

Common mind, trust the, iv, 211.

Common people interest, v, 253.

Common people, vii, 84, 85.

Common sense, iv, 434; vi, 477; x,
136; divinity of, n, 64; against
doctrinaires, rv, 112; and vitality,

VIII, 506; examples, x, 131.
Commons, the, vn, 407, 408.
Communion with God, rv, 62.
Communism eagerly attacked, vn,
^427. .

Communist apostles, vn, r86.
Community wages, vn, 274.
Community, experiments in, v, 458,



INDEX



491



Communities, vi, 293; friendship in,
VI, 70.

Companion, fit, x, 244.

Companions of Italian journey,
m, 106.

Company, unprofitable, rv, 441,

442; inviting, v, 426; inhumanity

and geniality in, vi, 96; unde-

sired, vn, 534; and inspiration,

X, 243, 244.

Comparative anatomy, iv, 358, 359.

Comparison, v, 5.

Comparisons, v, 336.

Compass, the, vni, 556.

Compensation, i, 249; people who
sell themselves, n, 72-77; always
a price, n, 201; all teaches, 11,
389; Compensation, origin of
poem, n,432; m, 376; doctrine of,
be, not seem, in, 486, 487; confi-
dence in, V, 175; examples in
FaustandEdda, vn, 311. See es-
pecially Man, Nature and Fate.

Complaisance, mean, iv, 419.

Composer and underparts, vi, ill.

Comi>osition,ni, 478; human chem-
istry, IV, 132; like architecture,
IV, 170, 171; justified, IV, 246;
joy in, V, 12; necessary, v, 224.

Composure, v, 411; vi, 16.

Compression, v, 213.

Compromise, vn, 18.

Concealment, no, iv, 97; v, 201.

Conceit, rx, 437; of bathing, vn,
527-

Concentration, ix, 547.

Concert, musical, v, 516; DC, 301;
oddity and, ix, 498.

Conclusion to wide world, I, 393.

Concord, greeting to, as home, new
resolves, m, 361; joy in, m, 430;
the Coolidge house in, purchase
of, description of place, in, 540-
42; life and character in, iv, 352-
54; advantages of, vi, 383, 384;
magic places of, vn, 249; possible
professors of, vm, 41, 42; celebra-
tion of, vin, 112; worth of, ix,
266; return to, x, 419, 420.

Concord Athenaeum, vi, 230.

Concord Fight, vr, 36; veterans'
stories of, m, 507; Thaddeus
Blood on, m, 516; anniversary
of, X, 443, 444-



Concord schools, x, 13, 14.
Condfi, vin, 100.
Condition, virtue and, vi, 473.
Conditions, face, vm, 53; right, x,

44.
Coriduct of life, begin small, n, 476;

kingdom of heaven begins, n,

512.

Conduct of Life, rx., 287, 288.
Confessions help,'.v, 378.
Confidence, feeling of, iv, 119.
Confidences, editorial: ancestry,

brothers, n, 40-45.
Confucius, VI, 403; 126; sentences

of, IV, 10; on ceremony, vm, 516;

quotations from, rx, 533-35.
Congelation, vm, 292.
Congeries,^an a, of spirits, m, 562.
Congregation, the, iv, 470.
Conscience, n, 368; iv, 97, 98; vi,

107; combats of, n, 126; rights

of, n, 157; connects God to man,

n, 248; a friend's, iv, 53; must

watch intellect, vi, 376; local, or

in veins, vi, 440; ix, 84. .
Consciousness, private and univer-
sal, vn, 431.
Conservatism, best argument of,

VI, 522.
Conservative, theorists and, VI,

136; and reformer, vi, 141; x, 28.
Considerateness, vn, 322.
Consolation of Nature, m, 452.
Consolations, slow, v, 206, 207.
Constancy, n, 212; n, 484; v, 565;

VI, 26.
Constitution, rugged, vm, 584.
Constitution, the, union and, v,

328; vn, 27; and Fugitive Slave

Law, vm, 338.
Construction, man's, iv, 129.
Consudo, as Devil's advocate, vi,

498.
Contemplation, action and, action

is not all, n, 239-41.
Contemporaries, iv, 311; v, 85;

vn, 150; x, 334; our, vi, 106;

E.'s, X, 102.
Content, v, 177.
Continence and abandonment, vi,

203.
Continuity, vn, 19s; prayer for,

vm, 463.
Contradictions, vm, 8.



492



INDEX



Contrast, I, 96.

Contritions, vi, 133.

Conventicle Club, song for, i, 7-9.

Convention, the, Stephen Phillips
and Garrison, vii, 96, 97.

Convention, servants of, iv, 302.

Conventions, a safeguard, vi, 232;
society's, avoid or conquer
them, VI, 242.

Conversation, v, 196; value of un-
spoken part, in, 440; common,
in, 457; right, v, 173, 174; living,
V, 215; Charles Lane at the, vi,
319, 320; and writing, vi, 348;
good and poor, vii, 304, 305;
beatitude of, vn, 529, S30; unex-
pected, eloquence in, ix, 37, 38;
Nature's way, viii, 404.

Conversazione, literary, iii, 459.

Conversion, hourly, of life to truth,
IV, 227.

Conversion to Church of Rome, ix,
243; 244.

Converting, iv, 426.

Conway, N. H., n, 492.

Coolidge house, in Concord, pur-
chase of the, description of
place. Ill, S40-42.

Copernicus, viii, 478; DC, 17.

Corinne, iii, 254; vn, 292.

Corn, kinds of, vi, 67.

Comwallis, historic farce of sur-
render, V, 290.

Corrective wisdom, vi, 199.

Correctness, ix, 398, 399.

Correlation of forces, x, 358.

Cosmogonies, v, 399, 400; andent,
n, 333-

Costume, vii, 175.

Cotton, binds the Union, VII, 201;
power of, VII, 242.

Cotton, Sarah, iv, 29s.

Counsellor, man's, vn, 43.

Countenance of the first-born, in,
66.

Counterparts, ix, 170.

Counter-revolution is extinguished,
vn, 460-62.

Counter-workings, ni, 303.

-Counting-room, education of, vi,
451-

Country, the, Nature versus Art, i,
146; and city, vi, 476.

Country blessings, IV, 187.



Country blood, x, 109.

Country health, vi, 329.

Country life, i, 349-51, 3S4-S6;

verses on, n, 367.
Country preacher, the strong, ni,

556.
Courage, in daily act, m, 335;

equality of opponent, iv, 257;

the scholar's, v, 532, 533; vn,

252; indicates love of idea, ix,

246.
Courages, cheap and high, vn, 257,

258.
Courses of lectures, vii, 474, 475;

on Human Culture, iv, 392, 393 ;

on The Times, vi, 131.
Court house shows man, ni, 468.
Com:t session at Concord, vii, 87.
Courtesies, cowardly, n, 452.
Courtesy, iii, 445; iv, 181; vm,

238; VIII, 323; republican, in,

566.
Courts, V, 455.

Cousin, book of, French eclecti-
cism, IV, 404; and Jouffroy, iv,

400.
Cousins, the baby, iv, 235; v, 180.
Coutts, Miss, and street-girls, vn,

435-
Couture, rule of, x, 335.
Cowley and Donne proverbs, IV,

254.
Cows, VI, 424.
"Coxcombs, The," v, 186.
Crabbe, iv, 257.
Cranch and Alexander, moonlight

walk with, in, 87.
Crawford, Samanthe, vn, 193.
Crawshay, Mr., trip-hammer of,

VII, 387.
Creation, vn, 105; going on, v, 152;

IX, loi; higher logic of, viii, 409;

theories of, vm, 561.
Creative spirit, ix, 11.
Creator, the, latest work of, vi,

59-
Creeds do not satisfy, nor meta-
physics, nor ethics, i, 378, 379;

dissolving of, after death, n, 211;

grow from structure of creature,

II, 290; or commandments, n,

419, 420.
Crimes not absolute, vni, 412.
Criminal statute illegal, viil, 196.



INDEX



493



Crisis, in Emerson's U£e, visit to the
White Mountains, ii, 491-97; of
trade, lesson of, rv, 375, 376.

Crises, III, 289; each age has a new,
m, 356.

Cntics, n, 284; borers, v, 561.

Critidsm, vn, 291 ; obstructive, rv,
464; a woman's, v, 447; must be
transcendental, v, 398; written
in poetry, vi, 249; first impres-
sions, VII, 39; misleads, vii, 26;
whitewashing, ix, 201; on Con-
duct of Life, IX, 307; power of, x,
85; brothers and sisters, x, 133;
foreign, x, 133.

Crocker, Alvah, x, 313, 314.

Cromwell, 11, 407; vii, 404; apud
Forster, v, 262, 263.

Crossing stocks, i, 304; vii, 156.

Crossings, vn, 116.

Crowe, Mrs., dinner of, vn, 389.

Cniikshank, vn, 86.

Crump, Mr., ix, 230, 231.

Crystallization, mental, n, 446.

Cudworth, iii, 489; rv, 7, 8; vn,

95-

Culmination, vn, 131, 132.

Cultivated class, ix, 554.

Culture, III, 547; v, in; vni, 552;
German and English, iv, 208; in
high sense, iv, 339, 340; its mani-
fold agents, iv, 366, 367 ; teaches
proportion, the methods, iv, 368-
70; highest requirement of, iv,
372; and cheer, v, 41; spoiled
child of, VII, 516; convenience of,
vn, 549; Plato required, vni, 14;
the highest, vm, 79; man can
spare nothing, vin, 258; common
people unconsciously value, vm,
S30; for results, vm, 539; is a
pagan, ix, 187; discarding hob-
goblin of the popery, ix, 371 ; and
morals, x, 269; from every social
intercourse, X, 335, 336; New
England taste for poetry, X, 367.

Curb rein, man is held on, iv, 20.

Curiosity-shop, society's, vn, 211.

Currency, vm, 265; and personal
values, IX, 563.

Current, of thought, x, 287.

Currents, the universal, vii, 195.

Custom, the Circe's cup of, iv, 325 ;
shun, VI, 228; dead, ix, 175.



Dasmons, vi, 528, 529; vn, 17;
friend quoted on, vm, 247.

Daguerre, vi, 418; guess of, vi, no.

Daguerreotype, vi, 87; sitting for,
VI, 100.

Daguesseau, vm, 411.

Daimonisches, iv, 224.

Damascene writing, iv, 278.

Damascus, woman of, ix, 339.

Dancing test, vm, 277.

Dandies, vi, 525 ; of moral senti-
ment, VI, 45, 116.

Danger, resources in, in, 195.

Daniel, Samuel, extracts from, n,

347-

Dante, v, 265; vi, 244; seat of, in,
lis; Flaxman's, iv, 77; his Vita
Nuova, VI, 418; strength of, vm,
32-34; transcendent eyes, ix,
206; Parsons's, x, 209-11.

Dark hours, rights of consdence,
doubts, n, 156-61.

Darkness, iv, 358.

Dartmouth College, ix, 525, 526.

Dartmouth College Address, v, 10.

D'Auvergne, Pierre, quoted, ix,
249.

Davy, Dr., m, 36.

Day, a winter's, n, 532-34, 536;
gifts and demands of a, iii, 285;
each new, IV, 302; a great man's,

IV, 444, 445; glowing with magni-
ficence, VI, 113.

Day, President, x, 41.
Days, how to spend, v, 249.
Days, vm, 18 ; deaUng with, vm, 47.
Days, poem, VII, 277; the writing

of, vm, 273, 274.
Deacon, the, 11, 296.
Dead-alive, the, iv, 188.
Death, i, 126, 207; n, 444; rv, 335;

IX, 272; education after, 11, 91;

fear of, 11, 212; 315-17; 438;

verses on, 11, 394; coming, n,

413; vn, 174; value of, 11, 506;

what is? IV, 343,344; life and, are

apparitions, rv, 453, 454; suicide,

V, 331. 332; in story, v, 379; ele-
mental, V, 482; poetic, VI, 230;
life and, vi, 404; natural and
sweet, VI, 520; and judgment,
vm, 445; attitude towards, vm,
551; and landscape, ix, 59; when
unfamiliar, ix, 470.



494



INDEX



Debate, V, 78.

Debater, vi, 27.

Debts, pay, ix, 299.

December show, vm, 72.

De Clifford, vi, 69, 70.

Decorum now in demand, m, 549.

Dedication, I, iii; 132, 133; 176;
20S; 231-34; the spirit of Amer-
ica, 1, 160-62.

Dedication to Wide World (jour-
nals), I, 10, II.

Deed, word and, vm, 15.

Deep natures, vi, 71.

Defeat may be gain, IV, 310.

Defects, natural, i, 363.

Defences, vii, 194.

Deference, vi, 439; excess of, ill,
470; and room, vi, 513.

Definitions, v, 74.

Degeneracy, vii, 34.

De G£rando, n, 283; on ancient
Ijhilosophies, n, 330-34.

Deinon, to, x, 75.

Deist, Nature a, a resource, no fool,

V. S7-S9-

Deity, mqmry concerning, n, 237;
poor God, X, 146.

Delight, wild, in man, in, 459.

Deliverances, vii, 138.

De Loy, Aim6, quoted, ix, 558.

Deluge, X, 217.

Demiurgus, the, vi, 400; question
of, VI, 318.

Democracy, rv, 95; viii, 140; root
of, ni, 369; seamy side of, in,
40s; English view of our, iii, 509;
New York, vi, 311 ; American, vi,
353; 'nersus Aristocracy, IX, 460.

Democratic Party, x, 52.

Democrats, the, magnetic, v, 423;
and Whigs, vi, 275, 276.

Demoniacal force, the, iv, 96.

Demonology; its traces in Chris-
tianity, v, 163, 164.

De Montluc, Mardchal, ix, 486.

Demosthenes, in, 386, 387.

Denial, strength wasted in, vi, 122.

Dependence on others, v, 486.

Depression, vni, 566.

Depression of E., 11, 117.

De Quincey, anecdotes of him, vii,
388-91; dinner with, at Lass-
wade, VII, 397; attends lecture,
VII, 398.



Derby, vii, 356.
Derry Academy, n, 426.
Dervish, the, vm, 519.
Descartes, vm, 18.
Descent, our, vi, 497.
Deserted house, the, vi, 162.
Design, 11, 488; ix, 301; above fin-
ish, vm, S32.
Despair, ix, 17s; time of, vm, 21a.
Despondents, their remedy, v, 45,

46.
Destiny, vn, 512; and toleration,

VI, 19. See also Fate.
Detacmnent, VII, 509; DC, 309;

power of, VII, 318.
Details, vm, 571, 572; principles

not, V, 306.
Determination of character in men,

m, 416.
De Tocqueville, vn, 485.
De Tocqueville, Mme., on language,

vn, SSI.
De Vere, Tennyson and, vn, 404;

his care of Tennyson, vn, 447.
Devil's-needle day, iv, 22.
Dew, v, sso; spiritual, iv, 494.
Dewey, Chester, iv, 423 ; his Plants

in Massachusetls, vi, 193, 194.
Diagonal in teaching, vn, 83.
Dial, the, new journal's position, v,

386; purposes of, v, 448; attack

upon, V, 471 ; problem, VI, 163,

164; writers, vi, 367.
Diamond, invention of, vi, 370.
Diamond edition, man a, V, 270.
Diamonds, vm, 168.
Diaries and autobiographies, v,

S16.
Dickens, iv, 436; his American

Notes, VI, 312, 313; service of,

vn, 186; on Thackeray, x, 7.
Dictionaries, x, 261.
Dictionary, life a, nr, 276.
Diet, sun-spiced, v, 342; trifle of, v,

428.
Diet whims, V, 413.
Differential, the, vn, 175.
Difficulty, brain and, vn, 479.
Digby, Kenelm, quoted, ix, 199.
Dignity and opportunity, man's,

V, 336, 3S7.
Dilettante politics, vii, S33.
Dilettanti of liberty, ix, 243.
Dilettantism may teach, ni, 307.



INDEX



495



Diligence journey to Paris, pleasant
companions, m, 147-55-

Dinner-bell, the, vi, 475.

Dinners in England, vn, 417.

Diogenes of Apollonia, 11, 339.

Dionysius the elder, x, 242.

Direct speech saves, v, 80-83.

Directions, excess of, v, 483; of the
Soul, VI, 80, 81.

Disappointment in art and splen-
dor, ui, 100.

Disciples, iv, 461; ix, 189; beware
of, m, 280; enslaved, iv, 434.

Discipline, the soul's, iv, 486, 487.

Discourse, unsaid part of, n, 444;
architecture of, x, 219.

Discoverers, creative, vii, 316, 317;
inspired, vni, 222.

Discoveries, vin, 466.

Discussion, reform, x, 216.

Disease, laws of, iv, 455.

Diseases, seeds of, X, 48.

Disguised gods, m, 443.

Disguises, thin, 11, 406; the spirit
behind, iv, 163.

Disillusioning, life's, VIII, 402.

Disillusionment, iii, 69.

Dismal art, vni, 553.

Dispute, rude, vi, 389.

Disproportion, vice in manners, ix,

341-
Disraeli, vi, 526; vii, 485, 503;

O'Connell on, vn, 172.
Dissatisfaction, 11, 469.
Dissenter, the, vn, 359.
Distinction, rv, 437.
Districts of thought, VI, 42.
Disunion, ix, 211.
Divine, the, v, 223; in all, ill, 321.
Divinity School, Cambridge, the,

VI, 104; E. enters, reflections, n,

54; starved at, in, 502.
Divinity School Address, v, 21.
Divinity students, talk to, iv, 420.
Dixon, rx, 4.
Doctors, VI, 402 ; enthusiasm of,

IV, 455, 456. . ,
Doctrmes, essential, n, 355.
Doddridge, Dr., Burnap on, n, 237.
Dodging truth, vi, 301.
Dodington, Bubb, viii, S76-
Dog on stage, ix, 146.
Dogmas, religious, pass, n, 120;

mischievous, vn, 467.



Doherty, Hugh, vii, 459.

Dollar, the, vn, 288.

Dollars, v, 379.

Domestic manners, and morals, i,
221, 222.

Domestication, vi, 12.

Domo d' Ossola, m, 147.

Donne, vin, 46; counsel of, n, 291;
extracts from, n, 347; verse of,
on unity, iv, 252; Cowley, and,
proverbs, iv, 254.

Doubts, II, 159.

Drake, Sir Francis, verses on, vn,
365.

Drama, i, 54-57; 106-08; 127; 147-
50; 166; 169, 170; 335.

Dramatic fragment (blank verse),
I, 254-56.

Dramatic material, vn, 512.

Dramatists, the old, vn, 88.

Dream, a pictorial, ix, 338; of phys-
ics and metaphysics, x, 301.

Dreams, 11, 448; in, 334; iv, 287;
323; 424;- VII, 409; and beasts, n,
453 ; of idealists, iii, 463 ; and ani-
mals, III, 533; landscape not fit-
ting, IV, 388; debate on marriage,

V, 499; supply part of education,

VI, 178-80; alarming hints from,
IX, 120, 121; cannot be recalled,
IX, 354; wonder of, x, 174; illu-
sions of, X, 314.

Dress, mood and, vi, 40.
Drifting, study and, m, 460.
Drill, VIII, 165; or creation, iv, 269.
Drones, ix, 186.
Dualism, iv, 248; 435, 436; V, 206;

vni, 211.
Duelling, n, 249.
Dull, the, vni, 495; freemasonry of

the, n, 147.
Dumas, vn, 302.
Dumesnil, A., quoted, X, no.
Dunbar of Saltoun, ni, 537.
Dundee church, vn, 399.
Duomo, III, 104.
Duties, VIII, 76; coming, n, 166;

done. III, 519.
Duty, reality of, n, 455; glorious

post of, ni, 286; is plain, m, 472;

a god in disguise, iv, 37 ; others'

opinion of your, iv, 64; first, vin,

13; our representative, VIII, 469.
Dwight, John S., iv, 456.



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INDEX



Each and all, n,7; iii, 298; m, 373;
V, 184; treatise on perspective,
IV, 21; a day a child, rv, 26;
humblest facts serving educa-
tion, IV, 70; drop a small ocean,

IV, 71; and human will, iv, loi;
Nature flowering of soul, iv, 282 ;
know all to know one, v, 191;
Nature microscopically rich, v,
418; lesson of, vi, 186. See espe-
cially passages on Nature.

Earning a living, iv, 341, 342.
Earth, illusion of, viii, 553.
"Earth Song," vii, 127-29.
Earth Spirit, vi, 347.
East and West, vii, 291.
Easter mass in St. Peter's, m, 88.
Eating, man's repulsive, v, 345.
Ecclesiastical councils, vm, 495.
Ecclesiastical manners, iv, 171.
Echo, the horn's, v, 246.
Eckermann, iv, 199-201.
Eclipse of sun, ill, 374.
Economies, individual, vi, 327.
Economy, ix, 162; brave, n, 322; in
•work agreeable to one's nature,

v, 320; real, vi, 513; Nature's,

viii, 232.
Ecstasy and the soul, V, SI4'
Edda, VII, 304, s6i; Hafe and, on

Fate and Freedom, vn, 269, 270.
Edinburgh, vii, 388; 395.
Edinburgh Review, I, 293.
Education, nowadays, i, 343, 344;

good signs in children, n, 246;

means of, n, 412; true, coming,

III. 350; for adversity, for princes,

V, 71; ineffective, Roman rule
better, v, 250; raises man above
circumstance, V, 441, 442; from
Plato, VI, 186; importance of out-
door life and games, ix, 40, 41;
at University, x, 38; from inti-
macy with masters, x, 199; Latin
and Greek in, x, 338.

Sdwards, On the WUl, i, 286.
Eglise Catholique Franjaise, ni,

168.
Ego, the solemn, v, 277.
Egotism, V, 431; IX, 519; Nemesis

of, V, 384.
Egypt, X, 165; 406-10.
Egyptian temples, ix, 123.
Egyptians, the, i, 321.



Elasticity of a man, ix, 491.

Eleatic school, Xenophanes, Par-
menides, Zeno, Heraclitus, Hip-
pocrates, n, 342-45.

Elect, the, v, 375.

Election, v, 78; November, iv, 148;
the presidential, vn, 548; of
Abraham Lincoln, ix, 286.

Elections, the, m, 358.

Electricity of thought, vi, 328.

Elegance, v, 194.

Elements, aJl, needed, V, 237; and
animals, vi, 407.

Elevation in sorrow, n, 433.

Eliot, John, x, 303.

Elizabethan, the, vni, 325.

Eloquence, rv, 360; value of sim-
plicity in, I, 73; written or
spoken, v, 6; wish for, vi, 493;
prodigality, vn, 105; hot or high,
VII, 152; enriching, vni, 147,148;
its difficulties, vm, 170; war of
posts, vni, 242; test of,.viii, 313.
See also Conversation, Market,
Phillips, W., Pulpit.

Eloquent man, the, v, 48, 49.

Elssler, Faimy, dancing of, VI, 89-
91.

Emancipation, ix, 441-43,

Emblems, iii, 225, 226; life all, V,
461.

Emerson, Charles Chaxmcy, iv,
396; remark of, n, 87; letters
to, II, 162; letter to, on writing,
II, i70-;72; departure of, 11,436;



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