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317; as discipline, ni, 300; let, lie
awhile, vi, 204; passions, ix, 563.

Lantara, viii, 348.

Laocoon, the, iv, 318.

La Peau d'Ane, vi, 273.

Laplace, ix, 295.

Latent beat, ix, 186.

Latent joy, V, 398.

Latin and Greek, x, 338.

Laughing, v, 98; weeding and, rv,
256.

Lausanne, in, 150.



Law, the, n, 400; why reverenced,
n, 321; moral, infinite, 11, 417;
judge each by his, 11, 419; be the
channel of, ni, 555; of mind, iv,
303; animated, v, 560; and excep-
tions, VI, 24; working of, vii, 88;
confidence in, vii, loi; compen-
sation of, bad, vin, 242; respect
for, VIII, 327; undue reverence for,
when immoral, vin, 479, 480;
physical, moral, ix, 490. See
also Artist, Higher, Hospitality,
Newton.

Laws, maintenance of, v, 303 ; ador-
er of the, VII, 542; and will, vn,
S47-

Lawyer and abolition, rx, 448.

Leaders, our great, vin, 216.

Lear and Hamlet, v, 124-26. /-^

Learning for the people, viiiy 330.

Leasts, ix, 306; 558; doctrine of,
vn, 523; vra, 145, 146; 236.

Le Blaie, v, 59.

Leclaire the half-breed, viil, 585.

Lecture, offensive, in, 395; a new
organ, v, 234; fault of the, viii,
167; Philadelphia, DC, 163; E.'s,
in Virginia, x, 449.

Lecture topics, V, 17.

Lectures, vi, 362; vii, 82; vm, 441;
E.'s, IX, 177, 178; 259; 293;
321; x, 377, 378; plan of, IV, 118,
119; themes for, iv, 391; on The
Present Age, disappointment in,

V, 378-74-
Lecturing, iv, 189; vm, 205; x, 129;
E.'s, V, 287-89; IX, 75; X, 253;

347-

Lectunng tour, viii, 109.

Lee, Sarah, her Life of Cuvier, ex-
tracts from, n, 351, 352.

Lee, Colonel Henry, x, 395.

Leeds, vn, 378.

Legal crime, mischief of, viii, 187,
188.

Legar^, vn, 243.

Legislators, character in, VI, 507,
508.

Leibnitz, vi, 143.

Leicester, vn, 360.

Lenox, vm, 392, 393.

Leonardo da Vinci, n, 464; III, 156.

Lessing, x, 196; extracts from, 11,
351-



INDEX



513



Lessons for the wise all around, in,
228.

Les SUriles, vin, 178.

Lethe, vi, 310; and Beauty, v, 269.

Letter around world, m, 482; value
of, II, 172; DC, 252.

Liberia, iv, 162.

Libertine, a dupe, rv, 212.

Liberty, ix, 309; as against medise-
val religion, i, 375; history of,
vni, 204; at stake, ix, 396; for
America, x, 231.

Libraries, duties of, V, 22.

Library, Carlyle's, x, 44, value of, X,
263; influence of, x, 421.

Lico'o, song of the Tonga Islanders,
I, IS9.

Lie, weakness of a, vin, 194.

Liebig to Faraday on pure science,
vni, 487.

Life, value of, 11, 506; spellbound,
m, 239; true, makes every spot a
centre, ni, 402 ; tentative, iv, 201 ;
of earth and air and mankind,
IV, 3SS; thought and, interact-
ing, IV, 440, 441 ; means and ends
of> V, 394; and poems, v, 441;
talking on, vi, 289; game of, VII,
49; is in thinking, vii, 319; rich,
vni, 155; God communicates, ix,
298 ; dignity of hard, ix, 439 ;
perception of beauty in, x, 145,
146; short limit of human, x, 444.
See also Beauty, Child, Cholera,
Conduct, Conversion, Country,
Death, Dictionary, Disillusion-
ing, Emblems, Emerson, M. M.,
Epochs, Experiment, Fringes,
Helpers, Human, Immortal,
Miracle, Natural, Optical Os-
man. Persons, Poetry, ReKgion,
Romantic, Selection, Sleep,
Symbolism, Thoreau, Tides,
Wasted, Way, Weather.

Life or Death, verses, n, 130-32.

Light, in, 413; within, the, n, 520-
22; always on path, in, 282; for
all men, m, 389; God hides in,
in, S26; and music, rv, 173; a
wandering, iv, 248, 249; tragedy
of, that does not guide, v, 103;
coming, v, 461-64; the, older
than intellect, vi, 377; icy, vn,
1 10; and shade, vn, 263.



Lights, vn, ISS-

Limit, v, 42.

Limitation, v, 12.

Limitations, u, 426; adamantine,
VII, 179.

Limits, ni, 28^.

Lincoln, President, ix, 345; 499;
seen in Washington, rx, 37s; 387;
policy of, IX, 457; criticism and
praise of, ix, 556, SS7; memorable
words of, x,72; manners of,x, 97.

Lincoln bell, in, 316.

Lind, Jenny, vm, 129; 247.

Line, no straight, vi, 350.

Lines, to Ellen Tucker, 11, 257; on
Death, 11, 383.

Links, in chain of facts dropt, V, 63.

Linnseus, x, 206; and French nov-
els, V, 317.

Lion, small red, vi, 295.

Lions of New York and Philadelphia,
the, n, 206.

Listening, activity or, vn, 521.

Literary discussion, reaction from,
.IV, 4S7-

Literary justice, vi, 292, 293.

Literary meetings, poor, v, 256.

Literary warfare, v, 69.

Literary work, unfinished, vi, 98.

Literary world, joy in, vi, 33.

Literature, of a country, in, SSS!
science and, the old and new, iv,
90~95; on, V, 102; abroad and
here, rejection, discontent, slight
reformers, v, 528-30; waiting for
helpful, VIII, 342.

Liturgy, the English, vn, 257.

Live magnets, vii, 252.

Live people, vni, 13.

Liverpool, m, 185; sailing from,
in, 193, 194; and Manchester,
lectures in, vn, 352-55.

Lives, value of, x, 45.

Living, think of, n, 511.

Living God, the, vn, 159.

Living-prayer, verses, 11, 97.

Living times, v, 34.

Livy, vn, 135.

Loadstone, vm, 411; divine in man
is, VI, 406.

Locke, in, 501; vm, 492; Reed
quoted on, x, 95.

Locomotive, fanner and, lii, 482;
the, calls, vi, 322.



514



INDEX



London, vn, 401; 437; x, 413; land-
ing in. III, 171 ; a magnet, vi, 265;
immeasuiable, characteristics,
VII, 406; and Paris, water, vn,
46s; courses of lectures, vii, 474,
475; topics in, vii, 486.

Loneliness, vin, 260.

Lonely society, V, 457.

Long life implied, vi, 524-

Long Wharf, iv, 377.

Longanimity, v, 355.

Longevity, vn, 217; 266; X, 140.

Longing for persons, for a teacher,
III, 100, loi.

Looking-glass, vn, ISS-

Looking outward, v. Si'

Looking straight forward, ni, 343.

Looking upward or downward, vi,
408, 409.

Lord's Supper, the, v, 160; ques-
tion of, II, 496-97.

Loss, gain in," iv, 316; v, 207.

Lot, our strange, rv, 215.

Lotus-eaters, v, 212; vi, 43.

Louis Philippe, vn, 411.

Louis XI, IX, 562-

Louvre, the, vn, 455; Leonardo,

III, 156.

Love, I, 293-^s; true and faint, ni,
S3S; man in, interesting, iv, 331,
332; just and measured, iv, 394;

' miracles of, V, 216; a reflection,
V, 359; transcribing, essay on, v,
411,412; picturingof, V, 4i8;be
thy art, v, 444; makes us chil-
dren, V, 451; is of virtue, v, 464;
paradox of, vi, 30; the large view
of it, VI, 467; initial and celestial,
VII, 65, 66; view of, in youth
and later, vni, 162; spring, ix,
178; lover and maiden, x, 131.
See also Commerce, Friends,
Hafiz, Intellect, Persons, Person-
ality, Property, Rest, Woman.

Lovejoy, Elijah, heroic death of,

IV, 371, 372-
Lovelace, x, 153.

Lowell, Edward, and Charles Em-
erson, VI, 394.

Lowell, Francis Cabot, IX, 188;
death of, x, 432-35.

Lowell, James Russell, X, 267; The
Biglow Papers, ix, 359.

Ludgate, vil, 437.



Luigi Monti, mother of, iv, 342.

Luther, in, 377; vii, 515; quoted,
m. 354; praise of, m, 366; pious
spite of, m, 558; two stjjles of,
VI, 405; his cure for morbid con-
science, vn, 304; his effect on
thought, vxn, 151.

Luxury, I, 324; vn, 323.

Lyceum, the, in, 409; oppor-
tunity of, v, 280, 281; slavery
question in, vii, 5, 6.

Lycian marbles, the, vn, 435.

Lycurgus, Solon and, n, 283.

Lyman, Theodore, x, 232.

Lyndhurst, Lord, remark of, vm,

522.

Lyons, Lord, rx, 379.

MaUnogion, ix, 346.

Macaulay, Thomas B., vn, 485;
vin, 12; 462; story of, vii, 412;
strength of, vn, 418; his History
of England, vm, 28-30; criti-
cized, vm, 59; on Bacon, vm,
483, 484.

Machiavelli, vn, 241.

Machinery, VI, 397; vn, 430.

Mackintosh, Sir James, n, 470; on
slave-owners, vm, 382.

Madrepores, ix, 296.

Magazine, staff for, vn, 38, 39.

Magazines, audiences and, vi, 354.

Magic, DC, 212.

Magnet, n, 213; vm, 39; ix, 183;
X, 409; and Mirror, vm, 99.

Magnetism, vi, 489; vn, 62; in
sexes, VI, 500.

Magnetizers, vn, 91.

Magnetizing of the spirit, vi, 120.

Mahomet, ix, 109; and woman, vi,

353-

Maias of Vishnu, ix, 302.

Maiden, the, V, 374; the magnetic,
V, 131-

Mails, the, m, 201.

Maine, visit, x, 392.

Majority, vm, loi; 429; dupe and
victim, VIII, 449.

Majorities, vn, 148; rather uncul-
tured than wicked, vm, 508.

Makebelieve, city of, vn, 195.

Male words, ix, 198.

Malta, quarantine at, ni, 25-30.

Malthus, vni, 389.



INDEX



515



Man, position of, i, 379; is his own
star, II, 250; marriage of spirit
and matter, iv, 78; marries all
Nature, iv, 136; incalculable, v,
131 ; is above measures, v, 328 ; the
wise, portrait of, v, 360, 361 ; be-
fore measure, v, 368; O leopard-
skinned, V, 37S; the receiver, to
re-create, v, 524; dimensions of,
V, s66; not class, vi, 142; inven-
tory of, vn, 137, 138; representa-
tive, VII, 139; not men, vii, 165; a
new, vn, 180; fits his place, vm,
245, 246; all-related, vni, 264;
genius, x, 171, 172; is architec-
tural, I X, 192 ; insight into an-
other, X, 304. See also Analogist,
Battery, Beast, Body, Books,
Bulletin, Capital, Centre, Coal,
Congeries, Conscience, Construc-
tion, Counsellor, Curb rein, Day,
Delight, Dignity, Eating, Educa-
tion, English, Eternal, Freedom,
Gifts, God, Good, Great, Grief,
Historians, Histories, Homer,
Identity, Inertia, Insularity,
Loadstone, Love, Milton, Nature,
Natural, Opportunity, Orien-
tal, Poetry, Portrait, Poverty,
Prophet, Public, Questions,
Range, Religious, Representa-
tive, Rich, Riches, Scott, Self,

^' Sermons, Shakespeare, Shrine,
Sick, Speculative, Standard,
State, Sympathy, Teachers,
Temperance, Things, Thoreau,
Torpedo, Tree, Unmagnetic,
Vegetation, Weeds, Wild, Will,
Wise, Woman, Words, Words-
worth, World, Zodiac.

Manchester, vii, 382; Liverpool
and, lectures, in VH, 352-58.

Manfred and Beppo, iv, 251 .

Manhood, rarity of, ix, 150.

Manilius, an early Newton, vm,
203.

Mann, Horace, V, 250; visit of, iv,
361, 362.

Manners, 1, 389-91 ; demonological,
v, 240; have no hurry, v, 244;
power of, yet humanity greater,
V, 378, 379; require time, vii, 17;
one must be rich in, vm, 521;
Charles H, vm, 562 ; simplicity in,



IX, 265; vast convenience of, x,

so; simplicity and, x, 64; and

dress, x, in, 112; power of su-
perior, X, 131, 132.
Manners, notes for, vm, 146.
Manse, at the, m, 422.
Mansfield, Lord, decisions of, vm,

96; in Somersett case, vm, 132;

on investment, vm, 226.
Mansfield, Mount, x, 253-57.
Manuscript, a fresh, vi, 393.
Man-woman, vi, 210.
Many-sided Man, A, an essay, vni,

148-50.
Manzoni, vi, 533.
Maple sap, ix, 10.
Marble Lady, the, ni, 108.
Marcus Antoninus, vm, 19.
Mariposa, x, 354.
Market, poetry and eloquence

brought to, IV, 82.
Market-wagon procession, the, iv,

203, 204.
Marlboro', to, with Channing, vui,

130.
Marlboro' Road, the, vm, 122.
Marriage, vm, 87; ix, 488; E.'s, 11,

266; its gradual unfolding, iv,

104.
Marriage, institution, the, VI, 72, 73.
Mars, Madame, m, 168.
Marsden Lead, ix, $вЦ†
Marseillaise, Rachel sings, vii, 464.
Marshall, John, m, 445; vm, 584.
Marshfield, vm, 335.
Marston, his Patrician's Daughter, .

VI, 238.
Martial, x, 218; power of, vm, 12;

on Portia, vm, 25.
Martineau, preaching of, m, 187.
Martineau, Harriet, Miss, iv, 3;

VI, 378; X, 228; visit to, m, 542;

book of, IV, 267, 268; her Deer-

hrook, V, 445; trance of, visit to

her, VII, 399; quoted, x, 230.
Martyr, don't play the, v, 123.
Martyrdom, I, 136; reserve your,

IV, 462.
Martyrs, vi, 367; vm, 350; cheap,

IV, 459, 460. .,

Marx, Karl, quoted, vm, 351.
Masked Power, the, vm, 240.
Mason, Jeremiah, on law-school,

vm, 275.



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INDEX



Mass, in writing, vi, ISS; in friend-
ship, VI, 156.

Mass-meetings, vi, S30.

Massachusetts, vn, 23; vni, 30; ix,
574; dishonored by Carolina,
VII, 13-iS; humiliation of, vii,
192, 193 ; poor in literature, viii,
339; politics of, IX, 146.

Massachusetts Quarterly, vii, 314.

Masses, property and, vi, 100.

Master, x, 169; be, 11, 478; adver-
tising for a, v, 406; discipline of,
DC, 304.

Masters, vni, 34; glory of, V, 148;
young poets and the, vm, 207; in
philosophy, x, 455.

Mastery, vm, 329.

Mastodons of literature, vii, 120.

Materialists, ix, 35.

Mathematics, vn, 513; journal-
writing versus, 1, 67; compulsory,
n, 535; college, x, 36-39.

Matlock, III, 174.

Matter, v, 282; vi, 141; and the
hereafter, n, 105; respect, stand
for the ideal, iv, 32; impregnated
with thought, X, 348.

Maud, Empress, verses on, vn,

36s.
Maximum and mimmum, ix, 115.
Maxwell, Mr., speech of, ni, 359.
May, Samuel J., m, 520; and

George Thompson, visit of, m,

546-
Maya (illusion), x, 159.
May-Day, x, 201.
May-game, life a, v, 215.
Mayhew School - Committee, n,

431-
McClellan, grand style, ix, 435.
Meaning of texts, inner, 11, 508.
Meanings, new, iv, 337.
Meanness and grandeur, 11, 173.
Means and ends, 11, 322.
Means, strongest are cheapest, vii,

522.
Measure, vi, 22; of men, ix, 103.
Measures, weights and, viu, 555.
Mechanics' Institutions, vil, 381.
Mediation, vin, 243.
Medical sceptics, rv, 334.
Mediocre books, x, 263.
Meditation, sad, 11, 368.
Meditations, 11, 493.



Meeting men, Iv, 363.

Meetings, reform, iv, 431.

Melioration, viii, 86; x, 463; in
fruit, vm, S77, S78.

Melody, strain of, iii, 274.

Memorial Hall, x, 332, 333.

Memory, v, 438; vm, 534; power
and peace in, m, 15; delicious,
III, 437; books and, iii, 506; en-
chantment of, v, 133, 134; fixes
rank, v, 167; not wit, v, 271;
knocking in nail overnight, vii,
528; papyrus of, vn, SS3; world
full of, vin, 422; little known on,
IX, 127; by cause and effect, ix,
171; celestial papyrus, x, 124;
some old aunt, x, 286; thought
expels, x, 361.

Memories of lost friends, rv, 401,
402.

Men, of God, I, 230; gregarious, vi,
250; rare, vii, 50; are lawful, vn,
78; in Nature, vm, 35; fit for the
day, vm, 241; our four good and
strong, vm, 320.

Mencius, vi, 459-61.

Mendelssohn's Phmdo, 11, 446.

Merchant, iv, 216, 217; vn, 528;
vm, isi ; compared to negro, vi,
66; and hermit, ix, 18, 19.

Merchants, nothing. new, vi, 279;
praise of, vi, 339.

Merck, iv, 205.

"Mere Morality," iii, 424.

Merlin, foresight of, vn, 545.

Mesmerism, vii, 258-60; ix, 61.

Messina, ride to, kindly compan-
ions, III, 54-56.

Metamorphosis, vii, 313; vm, 217;
human, n, 271; doctrine of, vm,
557-

Metaphors, I, 349.

Metaphysician, a true, Jx, 126.

Metaphysics, do not satisfy, i, 379;
critics, n, 284; passing into his-
tory, VII, 284; new, wanted, vm,
254; practice needed in, vm, 263 ;
awaits its author, vm, 507; bar-
ren, IX, 147; objection to, x, 336;
sympathy and piety correct, x,
455-

Meter, riches a, vi, 82.

Method, E.'s, vm, 124.

Methodist preaching, 11, 178.



INDEX



517



Methodists, the, in, 284; enthusi-
asts, II, 318.

Metonomy, viii, 296.

Metres, humming, viii, 444.

Metric system, i, 327.

Mexican War, vii, 206; 242.

Mexico, ruins in, v, 523 ; War with,
VII, 219; cannon in, IX, 407.

Michelet, vii, 464.

Michigan railroads, ix, 10.

Midsummer, vii, 553.

Milan, the catliedral and sights,
good houses, iii, 142-46.

Military band, vi, 211.

Military experience, ix, 42.

Military eye, v, 269.

Millerite, vi, 388.

Milnes, Richard Monckton, vii,
411; and Carlyle, vi, 251; stories
concerning, vii, 482-86.

Milton, John, i, 71; 11, 236; ni, 414;
449; IV, 400; prose of, i, 297;
mouthpiece of mind of man, iii,
328; association with Edward
and Charles, iv, 395, 396; and
Young, V, S48; evolution of,

VII, 213, 214; on his age, vii, 366;
reserve of, viii, 540; a saint, x,
154; and Swedenborg, x, 191.

Mimicry, v, 325.

Mind, must have material, iii, 478,
479; the rich and poor, v, 206; the
rule of it, ix, 177; laws of, x, 137;
and matter, x, 236; powers of
the, X, 453; and Nature, cause
and effect, x, 459. See also Asy-
lums, Books, Individual, Indo-
lent, Law, Parallax, Plagiarism,
Presence, Scott, States, Unity,
Universal, Woman-part.

Minds, viviparous and oviparous,

VIII, 52; of abnormal and oracu-
lar cast, X, 454.

Mines of Truth, the, verses, 11, 417.

Minister, revolt against being, 11,
448; problems of a, 11, 520; must
be simple in manners, decorum
now in demand, prune the ser-
mon, writing, much self-reli-
ance, m, 548-51; library of
young, rv, 324.

Ministers, conduct of, self-denial,
do not worry about example, 11,
286, 287; Concord, v, 45.



Ministry of the day, sages of old, 11,
58-60.

Mino, speaking bird, IX, 219.

Minor key, x, 115.

Minorcans, and Indians, n, 163.

Minority, the, vn, 267; viil, 456.

Minot, George, iv, 203; 471; x, 93.

Minot House, vni, 483.

Minute Man, x, 443.

Minutes, use the, 11, 215.

Mirabeau, vi, 543; letter of, to La-
fayette, VIII, 429, 430.

Miracle, rv, 24; of life, cheering, n,
273; of the universe, 11, 487; the
daily, iv, 354-56; one, v, 370;
poet must work a, vi, 118; and
stupendous fact, x, 198.

Miracles, 11, 289; vn, 44; Christian
11, 325; greater knowledge of Na-
ture, II, 414; vulgar view of, iv,
427-39; always spiritual, v, 236.

Miraculous, the, v, 135.

Mirror, a, the sentence, rv, 180;
magnet and, viii, 99.

Mirrors, vi, 9.

Miscellanies, Harleian, v, 315.

Miserere, the, twice heard, in, 85,
86.

Misericordia, the, in, 114.

Misery, wealth, power and, vn,
423.

Mis-estimates among men, m, 406.

Misfortunes, E.'s, of 1855, vill,
580.

Missionaries, 11, 487.

Missionary press, iii, 34.

Mississippi, the, vin, 585; crossing,
X, 223.

Mixtures, Nature's, vn, 214.

Mob, Boston, ix, 305; organized, x,

4-

Mobs, insignificant, in, 562.

Model person, the, vii, 512.

Models, artists', vi, 83.

Modern antiques, vi, 400.

Modern facts, poet and, vi, 251.

Molecular interspace, vi, 207.

Moment, the, is all, vi, 44; in writ-
ing, VI, 94; in history, vn, 288.

Moments, v, 489; of our Lives, 11,
in; letters to Edward and
Charles on, n, 170-172; wise, in,
231.

Monadnoc, inspiration of, vn, 41.



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INDEX



Monadnoc Camp, x, 149-33.

Monarchs and courts, iii, 405.

Money, no-money reform, V, 87;
no-money doctrine, v, 235; no-

^ money morality, vi, 62; love of,
VIII, 17s; power of, ix, 542, 543.

Money matters, iii, 371.

Monochord, ix, 28.

Monotones, iv, 491; v, 99.

Monroe, President, 11, 395; Adams's
eulogy on, II, 411.

Montaigne, 11, 440; v, 419, 420;
VIII, 97; his rules of rhetoric, iii,
272; praise of, m, 538; charities,
IV, 406, 407; acquaintance with,
VI, 371, 372; his journey to Italy,
VI, 454; charm of, ix, 357.

Montesquieu, quoted, ix, 499; x,
315-

Montgomery, and Worsdworth,
n, 235.

Montmorenci, hotel, in, 153.

Montreal, vni, 281-87.

Moods, and weather, v, 479.

Moon, the, iv, 80; and dajdight, v,
8; phases of, and the spirit's, v,
488; stars and, v, 559.

Moore, on Campbell, n, 471; his
Sheridan, iv, 161, 162; memory
of, VIII, 370; memoirs of, viii,
S73; quoted, ix, 124.

Moral, at home in the, vi, 348, 349.

Moral) beauty, Bancroft, i, 343,
346.

Moral harmony, vn, 188, 189.

Moral law, the, i, 162-64; 186-188.

Moral obligation, i, 250-34.

Moral sense, i, 209-11; native, dis-
coveries in morals, 11, 137, 138.

Moral sentiment, must act, iv,
in; and religion, x, 9 ; courage to
affirm, x, 102. See' also Dandies.

Morale, foundation of genius, X,
331.

Morals, pervading the universe, i,
256-59; discoveries in, 11, 138;
and intellect, 11, 399; the great
harmony, iii, 207-09; leaving, at
home, VI, 10; grim, vi, 480; daily
help of, vii, 250; where from,
vm, 358; creating new channels
and forms, ix, 501; sufficiency of,
in politics, x, 144.

Morbidness, iv, 473.



"More and Less,'' tragedy of, iv,
497.

Morning, vi, 422; hear what it says,
VIII, 167.

Mornings, vi, 322.

Morris, William, X, 246.

Morte d' Arthur, x, 276.

Mortification (personal), i, 139-42.

Moses, the, of Michel Angelo, m,
99- .

Most high, go to the, iv, 120.

Mother, and child, rv, 134, 133.

Mother-wit, vm, 414.

Motives, talk with Charles on, iv,
14. IS.

Mott, Lucretia, vni, no.

Mount Auburn, spring day at, m,
270, 271.

Mount Washington, x, 327.

Mountain, The, verse, x, 286.

Mountains, vi, 410; afar, vn, 328.

Mourning, gradual, vi, 271, 272.

Moving universe, the, i, 13.

Muir, John, x, 385.

Miiller, Max, x, 417; 420.

Multiple lives, our, in, 511.

Mimdane soul, the, 11, loi.

Murat, Achille, 11, 155; friendship
with, II, 183, 185; account of, and
his letter to Emerson, 11, 185-91 ;
visit to, II, 161 ; remembrance of,
wild weather at sea, ni, 213, 214.

Muse, the, vn, 173; serene, iv, 481;
the city of, v, 323; is feminine,
VI, 361.

Muses, Pan and the, vm, 230.

Museum, Natural History, in, 118.

Museums, mortify, vm, 525.

Music, V, 121; vni, 154; keeping in,
II, 49; inward, in, 20; ringing
from the past, m, 442; village,
ni, 464; nursery, iv, 147; of Na-
ture, IV, 364; masses, v, 189;
thoughts during, v, 492; effect of,
VI, 91 ; hearing, vi, 519; heard but
once, VII, 66; for sorrow, vn, 263;
at York, vn, 375, 376; prior to
thought, vm, 123; universal na-
ture of, IX, 359.

Music-box, of intellect, x, 456.

Musical eyes, v, 138.

Musician, the farmer a, vii, 297.

Musketaquid, ix, 27.

Musts, X, 472.



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Mystery of poetry, vii, 296.
Mystic, the, yii, 171; in power, vi,

354; materialism does not alarm,

vm, 421.
Mysticism, vii, 20.
Mysticisms, vi, 19.
Mythology, East Indian, i. 30^;

VII, 121; history in perspective is,

vn, 383; serves, vm, 17.
Mythologies, thread uniting, m,

412.-
Myths, beauty of national, vn, 284.

Nahant, vm, 388; Channing on,
vnx, 252.

Napier, Lord, iv, 318.

Names, x, 363; be not overawed by,
ni, 62; exchanging, v, 93; charm
of, VI, 193, 194; valuing, x, 175,
176.

Naming, vi, 330.

Nantasket, vi, 4.

Nantasket Beach, x, 322-24.

Nantucket shore, people and sto-
ries, VII, 270-74.

Naples, III, 62-75.

Napoleon III, vm, iss, 347. 559;
England and, vin, 563.

National will, creating a, vm, 377,
378.

Nationality, vi, 350; x, 194; war
giving us, IX, 552.

Nations, differing rank of, i, 157,
158; estimating, v, 369; culmi-
nate, vm, 34s; of one book, vm,
S7S-

"Native Americans," vn, 115, 116.

Native force, ix, 128-30.

Natural aristocracy, and spectrum,
X, 187.

Nattiral history, study for resource,
ni, 297; marry, to life, in, 326;
symbolic, VII, 312.

Natural science, v, 120; x, 348; and
intellect, x, 204-206; and Hegel's
dogma, X, 462.

Naturalist, a village needs, vm, 131.

Nature, v, S7; simple steps of, ill,
287, 288; a book of, uniting bot-
any, etc., and poetry, iii, 461;
projection of God, iv, 76; work-
ing in myriad forms, iv, 122; still
undescribed, iv, 145; harmonizes,
IV, 331; teaching of, she is all-



musical, has no shock, v, 463,
464; message of, derided, yet
true, V, 493; continence of, v,
506; song of, ever new, v, 507;
questions of, vi, 340; puzzles of,

VI, 462; no depth but lateral
spaces, VI, 490; never draws the
moral, vn, 190; uses all things,

VII, 312; oceanic working of, vn,
415; sympathy of, VII, 5S8;
against metaphysics, vm, 19;
great students of, vin, 51; her
dealing with us, vm, 57, 58;
teaching of, vm, 105; hard to
find, vm, 208; fine instruments
of, VIII, 406; helps us to express
thought, vm, S36; shows every-
thing once in the large, vm,
S46; and man, ix, 132; yields
each only his own, ix, 440; wealth
of, x, 65, 66. See also Analogies,
Appeal, Aristocracy, Boy, Bulle-
tin, Channing, W. E., Cipher,
Consolation, Country, Deist,
Each and AJl, Economy, Equal-
ity, Finalities, Good Cause, In-
dulgence, Inspiration, Insurance,
Interchange, Johnson, Joy, Lan-
guage, Man, Men, Miracles,
Mixtures, Music, Physician,
Police, Pope, A., Power, Record,
Repetitions, Repose, Resources,
Screen, Sight, Significance, Stal-
lo. Sublime, Surprises, Temple,
Thermometer, Thoreau,Thought,
Truth, Workshop, Worship,
Youth.

Nature, E. likes his new book, m,

196; notes for, m, 192, 193;

proof-sheets of, iv, 81, 82; new

chapter, v, 420, 421.
Nature, Addresses and Lectures pub-

Ushed, VIII, 48.
Naturel of each man, ix, 128; x,

315-
Naushon, X, 75; 393. 394-
Nearness, the Soul's, vm, 22.
Nebraska Bill, the, vm, 442, 443.
Necessity, 11, 165; the beautiful,

VI, 185; farms, VI, 202; explorers

and, X, 173.
Nectar, drop of, vi, 381.
Nectarius, vm, 496.
Negatives, ix, 367. .



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Negro, X, 176; tragedy of the, v, 26,
27; advances, vi, 533! teatheniz-
ing whites, ix, 421.

Negro soldiers, ix, 484.

Negroes, enlisting, ix, 483.

Neighborhood, a projected, VI, 207;
good, VIII, 315.

Nemesis, x, 76; levels, vin, 113; ap-
pears in slavery question, viii,
201.

Neoplatonists, vi, 376; vn, 93.

Nest of boxes, 11, 523-

New, the old in the, v, 449.

New Bedford, preaching at, in, 258;
Mr. Arnold on, vni, 276.

Newcastle, Eng., vii, 387.

Newcastle, Duke of, ix, 389.

Newcomb, Charles K., vi, 162; X,



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