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209; a religious intellect, vi, 213,
214; and George Bradford, vi,
374; vii, 60, 61; visit of, vn, 321;
on Thoreau, vii, 386; a wasted
light, vni, 60-62; viii, 121; noble
letters of, viii, 395; his rich mind,
IX, 199, 200; quoted, on Dante
and Goethe, ix, 328, 329.

New England, factories of, iv, 207,
208; proud to serve, iv, 298; old
religion of, v, S43-4S; S47; ideal-
ism of, VI, 300; needs a history,
VII, 232, 233; and servant, vii.

Sis-
New England morale, viii, 152.
New England women at Brook

Farm, vi, 386.
New Hampshire, vil, 26; hills and

lakes, poverty, v, 244-47.
New Hampshire boys, vni, 174.
New Hampshire public men, viii,

299.
New Hampshire statesmen, vm,

180, 181.
New Jerusalem Church, 11, 267.
New lights, n, 482.
"Newness, The," vni, 579-
Newness, ix, 207; divine, X, 189,

190.
Newport, x, 250; 252, 253.
New questions, iv, 95; v, 458, 459.
Newspaper praise, v, 69.
Newspapers, Bancroft on, iv, 410.
New spirit, inevitableness of, vi, 58.
New thought out of ruins of old, VI,

119.



Newton, Mass., Sunday with mo-
ther at, ni, 220.

Newton, Sir Isaac, I, 174, 326; 11,
288, 326, 4.64; IV, 116; epitaph of,
IV, 152; discoverers of law, viii,
102; stark thinker, vni, 382; pip-
pins of, vin, 385; anecdotes of,
VIII, S4S; quoted, ix, 499; par-
ticular as universal, x, 205.

Newton, Stewart, sketches of, v,
162.

New truths, use carefully, rv, 449.

New York, vni, 30, 393, 394; the
lions of Philadelphia and, n, 206;
landing in, ni, 220; lectures and
acquaintances, vi, 163; lecturing
in, VI, 335, 336; site of, X, 200.

Nichol, John Pringle, astronomy of,
v, 526; in the observatory, vn,
395.

Niebuhr, vin, 524; x, 55 ; on man
and country, vin, 552; on many
books, vni, 553.

Niedrig tone, the, m, 380.

"Nigger," vn, 38.

Night, influences of, IV, 430, 451;
four steps, iv, 468, 469; enchants,
rv, 499; pageant of, V, 240; en-
chantment of, V, SS7.

Nightingale, The, poem, n, 313.

Nine Acre Comer, walk to, vin,
297, 298.

Nineteenth century, n, 71 ; blessed,
II, 400; events of, vni, 214.

Nitrous oxide, v, 490.

No, say, vin, 261.

Nobility, 11, 354; social, X, 163.

Noddle's Island, IX, 42.

Nomad and pivot, v, 52.

Nomads, v, 51.

Nomenclature in religion, n, 478.

Nonconformist, vi, 4S4.

Non-resistance, n, 418, 419; V,

303-
Nonsense, vn, 260.
Non-voters, VI, 162.
Normanby, Lord, ix, 86, 87.
Norris, John, Ideal' World, in, soo.
North, the, strength of, ix, 368.
Northampton, Ma.ss., i, 278-80.
Northampton, Marquis of, soirfie

of, vn, 423.
North End picturesqueness stirs

the painter within, v, 538,



INDEX



521



Northman, quatrain, viii, 279.

North wind, ix, 139.

Norton, Andrews, i, 195 ; v, 34.

Norton, Charles Eliot, ix, 30; 225;
X, 229; 395; and Carlyle, x, 397;
verse to E., x, 418, 419.

Nose and teeth, v, 310.

Not, land of, i, 173.

Note-books, n, 146.

Nottingham, vii, 358.

Nouvelle Biographic Ginhale, x,
322.

Novalis, m, 313; extracts from, 11,
348.

Novel wnting, vi, 226-28.

Novelist, task of, vn, soi-

Novels, I, 116; II, 372-74; V, 514-
16; vn, 511; Disraeli, vi, 526.

Noviciate, v, 275.

Now, the living, sought in anti-
quity, V, 93.

Nowadays, education, i, 343, 344.

Nugent, Lord, justice of, vi, 192.

Numbers do not count, rv, 185, 186.

Nuns taking the veil, m, 99.

Oaths, meaning, ni, 560.

Obedience, v, 122; conquers, 11,
393; intellect grows by, vi, 212.

Object, the momentary, V, 8.

Observatory, x, 118.

Observer, candid, the, in, 484.

"Occasional Poems," iv, 212.

O'Connell, Daniel, vi, 449; and the
slaveholder, v, 107; on Disraeli,
vn, 172.

October, ix, 452.

Odium, signs of, V, 30.

(Egger, his True Messiah, in, 505 ;
quotations from, iii, 5x2-15.

(EUlade, the, in, 436; iv, 280.

Ogden, W. B., ix, 77-79.

Old age, V, 405; x, 47; 382; and
grief wrong, v, SSO; graceful,
vm, s6, 57; advantages of, rx,
273; insignificance of, a success,
IX, 322; and Stone Chapel, ix,
347; death of friends, ix, 360; au-
tumnal haze, IX, 560; its consola-
tion, X, 51.

Old and New, stamp of the, iv, 190.

Old English writers, the, n, 402.

Old religion of New England, v,
543-4S; 547-



Old Second Church, closing the, vi,

497, 498.
Old writers, vn, 502.
Oldest thing, the, vn, 244.
Oliphant, quoted, ix, 264.
Oliver Twist, v, 261.
Omens, vin, 339.
One, glory of the, iv, 250.
One idea, the lie of, iv, 380.
One mind, rv, 60, 61; the generic

soul, IV, 52, 53.
Open-mindedness, vn, 80.
Opera, m, 61; in Catania, the, in,

S3, 54; prima donna and ballet,

III, 112, 113; attractions of Paris,
ni, 167.

Opera Ivanhoe, ni, 119.
Opinion, hold your own, in, 124; al-
ways helpfiU, IV, 394.
Opinions, iv, 207.
Opportunity, V, 534; vn, 100; viii,

274; man's dignity and, v, 356,

3S7-
Opposition good, v, 351; tonic, viii,

544; value of, x, 43.
Oppositions in philosophy, vni, 86.
Optical deceptions, in, 408.
Optical life, vi, 158.
Optimates, vi, 21; 49.
Optimism, i, 205, 206.
Oracles, certain persons utter, ix,

210; of a child, x, 444.
Orator, v, 21; strength of, viii, 206;

and conservative assembly, ix,

275-78.
Oratory, of Barnwell and Upham,

I, 68.
Order, aristocratic, x, 216, 217.
Organic remains, modern study of,

IV, 129-31.

Organization, v, 276; inward and

outward, rx, 21 .
Oriental, and Occidental, ix, 116.
Oriental cure, the, viii, 37.
Oriental man, in, 566.
Oriental scriptures, vn, 241.
Oriental superlative, vn, 280; viii,

129.
Oriental type of thought, VI, 494.
Orientation, iii, 476.
Originalities, vn, 317.
Originality, v, 416; 419; VI, 124;

difficult, V, 56; and quoting, IX,

344; new crater, ix, 555; predic-



522



INDEX



tions, X, 211 ; of good writer, x,
382.

Orpheus, the right, vni, 353.

Orphic words, iv, 154.

Osman, vi, 137; vii, 203; 260; his
endowment and fortune, v, 431-
33; and the fine folk, v, 481;
and Schill, simple life, v, 563,
564; and success, vi, 20; goes
a-berrying, vi, 48; autobiograph-
ical, VI, 49, 50.

Ossian, vm, 361.

Ossoli, See Margaret Fuller.

Otherism, iv, 155; v, 44.

Others, ourselves in, 11, 324; en-
dorsement of, VI, 477.

Others, vision of, hope in, vil, 184.

Otis, Harrison Gray, in Faneuil Hall,
1, 142; and Judge Spencer, 11,238;
on women, viii, 36.

Out-of-door thoughts, viii, 532.

Outgrowing, vi, 221.

Overseers of Harvard, x, 245.

Ovid, V, 452; quoted to Tiberius,
IX, 556.

Owen, George L., 410.

Owen, Robert, lecture of, Vli, 133-
3S-

Owen, Richard, lectures of, vn, 420,
421 ; with, to Hunterian Museum
and Turner's studio, vn, 480-82.

Oxford, VII, 423; X, 417; grace at,
vn, 493-

Pace, IX, 183.

Padua, III, 129.

Pagan, poets are, vii, 123.

Pain, house of, its benefit, n, 180.

Painters, house, iv, 59.

Painters, the old, viii, 20; 466.

Pairs, IX, 272.

Palermo, E. sails to, sights there, in,
S6-60.

Paley, i, 174.

Palfrey, Dr., baptizing, v, 55.

Palm Sunday, Rome, in, 81.

Palmer, Edward, v, 233; vi, 180,
181 ; no-money reform, his prac-
tice, another view, quoting texts,
V, 86-89.

Palmerstons, the, vn, 48s.

Panic, the, ix, 138, 139.

Pantheism, v, 552; viii, 329; ix, 45,
46; and atheism, 11, 178.



Paper money, ix, 138.

Parable, the urn and the fountain,
IV, 58, 59; Jock and Dick, vi, 360.

Parables, force of, in, 510.

Paracelsus, vi, 293.

Paradise Lost, iv, 216.

Parallax, different states of mind,
n, 486.

Parallelism, vn, 103.

Paris, X, 93, 413, 414; entrance to,
m, 155; news from, vii, 408;
seems theatrical, vn, 463; Lon-
don and, water, vn, 465; life
cheap in, vn, 467; merits and at-
tractions of, VII, 470-73; and
London to travelers, vn, 486;
Renan on, x, 47.

Paris lodgings, shops, vn, 450, 451.

Parker, Theodore, E. and his con-
gregation, IX, 233; death of, ix,
270.

Parkman, Dr. Francis, vn, 233.

Parliament House, vn, 407.

Parmenides, 11, 343, 344.

Parnassus, x, 437; your, iv, 52.

Parochial memoranda, n, 437; du-
ties, IV, 4SS.

Parrot, the, ix, 218, 219.

Parties, political, in, 292.

Parties, evening, v, 23.

Party, drunk with, v, 23s; reveals
public men, vj;, 466; imbecility of
good, vin, 212; Democratic, ix,
84, 85; in and out of power, x,
243-

Party lies, iv, 188.

Party politics, vm, 265.

Party tactics, thoughtless votes,

in. 350,351 ■
Pascal, I, 338; X, 29.
Passengers, iii, 11; nautical glory

of, m, 8.
Passion, vm, 536.
Passions, ix, 563.

Past, the, V, 302; becoming beauti-
ful, m, 563; lives, iv, 324, 325;

leave, rv, 484, 485; ever new, vi,

505-
Pastorate,_ resignation of, 11, 510;

resignation of, accepted, n, 525.
Pathetic, the, v, 165.
Patience of Thoreau, IX, 154.
Patmore, Coventry, visit to, with

Tennyson, vii, 444, 445.



INDEX



523



Patriotism, n, 174; Anaxagoras,
n, 321 ; is it a duty? m, 543; the
large, vn, 326; from war, x, 79.

Paul, St., extracts from, u, 348.

Paule de Viguier, rv, 206; vm, 93.

Pauperizing, vn, 184.

Payrie, J. T., DC, 3SS.

Peabody, Miss, letter to, on Sweden-
borg, m, S30-32.

Peace, x, 216; strength of, iv, 297;
lecture on, rv, 409, 410; end of
Civil War, x, 93, 94; after Civil
War, X, 116.

Peace manifesto, the, v, 91.

Pear tree, vn, 300; 308; vm, ii;3i;
signal of the, vm, 23, 24.

Pearls, casting, vi, 352.

Pedantry, vi, 42; vm, 323.

Peel, Sir Robert, vn, 403; vm, 323,
340.

Peeping, v, 176.

Peevishness, rv, 241.

Penetration, vn, 13.

Penn, William, n, 418.

People, poet should trust the, iv,
199, 200; language of the, vn,
561.

Pepys, vin, 496.

Perceivers, v, 18.

Perceptions, varied, x, 146.

Percival, vin, 535.

Pericles and Aspasia, V, 447; VI, 69.

Perkins, Jacob, meeting with, rn,
184; on locomotives and steam-
ships, m, 191.

Permanence is nobility of men, vi,
98.

Perpetual flux, ix, 220.

Persecution, silken, v, 42.

Perseverance, n, 274; temperance,
n, 319. 320.

Persian scriptures, n, 473.

Person, God not a, iv, 185.

Persons, talk of, iv, 53-55; or
thoughts, IV, 424; not things, v,
II ; are the age, vi, 19; accept not,
VI, 160; and property, love can
reconcile, vi, 311; in our life, vi,
407-408; a luxury and conven-
ience, vn, 65, 66.

Personal, ignore the, v, 36.

Personal ii^uence, vm, 262.

Personality, vn, 150; ix, 191; too
little for God, iv, 404; love gives,



vn, 334; commands, vm, 107; is
interest of universe, DC, 190, 191.

Perspective, vi,36i; in writing,lvm,
35-

Persuasion, in, 557.

Pertinence, 11, 305.

Pestalozzi, n, 475; on effect of sur-
roundings, n, 416; method of, TV,
335.

Petrarch, house and tomb of, m,
129.

Pkaedo, vn, 102.

Phadrus, vn, 540.

Phantom men, vn, 336.

Pherecydes, vn, 28.

Phi Beta Kappa, n, 404; cold hur-
rahs, VI, 230; Sumner at, vn, 228.

Phi Beta Kappa day^ v, 30.

Phi Beta Kappa oration, Uie, in de-
mand, rv, 341.

Phi Beta Kappa poem, the, m, 333.

Phidias, v, 308.

Philadelphia, and New York, the
lions of, n, 206; lecturing in, vi,
335. 336-

Philanthropies, respect the, v, 196.

Philanthropy and depi^vity, x, 5.

PkUislerei, iv, 81.

Phillips, Jonathan, on behavior,
IV, 224; visit of, IV, 236.

Phillips, Stephen, vn, 97.

Phillips, Wendell, vn, 5; ix, 232;
305; fact-basis for eloquence, vi,
542. 543; Garrison and, vm, 433,
434; DC, 455; and popular assem-
bly,ix,25o; Cassius M. Clay and,
DC, 267, 268; tyranny of talent in,
x, III.

Philosophers, the early, ra, 386;
visit of the, iv, 278, 279; the old,
IV, 472, 473 ; half-sighted, VI, 361 .

Philosophic imagination. Buck-
minster, I, 323.

Philosophy, ix, 520; true, n, 450;
the first. III, 235-39; three de-
grees, vm, 37; new, x, 321.

Photometers, men are, V, 188.

Phrases, poetical, i, 7; cant, vi, 525.

Phrenology, iv, 297, 298.

Physical science, strong fancy, in,
538.

Physician, DC, 263; Nature teaches,
II, 473 ; Divine, vm, 408.

Physicians, v, 85.



524



INDEX



Physiologie du goflt, ix, 97.
Physiology of taste, X, 31, 32.
Picture, poem or, v, 305.
Pictures, in, 93, 94; v, 199, 232;

judging, IV, 46s, 466; seeing, v,

14-16; how to see, V, 410.
Piety, fragrant, iv, 31; surprise at,

IV, 432; sins of, V, 569-
Pigeon Cove, tx, 54.
Pilgrims, x, 340, 341.
Pilot, God the, 11, 241.
Pillsljury, Parlcer, quality of, Vli,

201-03; tactics of, VII, 243.
Pindar, splendid sentences of, iv,

267; robust courage, x, 203, 204.
Pines, by house, vi, 396; planting,

IX, 96, 97.
Pitt, William, i, 317-20; vili, 340.
Pivot, nomad and, v, 52.
Places and days, 11, 219.
Plagiarism due to common mind,

IV, 131.

Plague and fear, vi, 349.

Plain dealing, vi, 11.

Plantain, the, vi, 229.

Plants, future men, vi, 25^.

Plato, III, 528; VI, 456; vn, 28; let-
ter to, I, 380-88; splendid sen-
tences of, rv, 267; Poliiician of,

V, 369; terriljle dialectic of, the
Republic, his commentators, vli,
54-56; and his interpreters, vii,
94-96; a poet, VII, 119; his title
to fame, viii, 43, 44; power of,
Vill, 54; and his followers, vili,
474; critic of, IX, 119; votaries of,
IX, 187.

Platonist region, the, vi, 200.

Play, VI, 229.

Playthings, new, v, 383.

Pledges, m, 267; choice not, ill,
385; avoided, v, 252, 253.

Pleiad, lost, ix, 222.

Pliny, quoted, ix, 323.

Plotinus, II, 323; 377; V, 510; VIII,
310; 4SI, 452; on God, 11, 357; on
Art, IV, 218-21; quoted, iv, 306;
IX, 283; on light, VI, 476; on the
dance of the universe, viii, 518.

Plus man, the, viii, 141 .

Plutarch, III, 567; VII, 92; story
from, n, 281 ; design for a modern,
II, 503, 504; his Apothegms, in,
544; his Morals, passages from.



IV, 141, 284-86; elixir of Greece

and Rome, IX, 273; quoted, x,

319, 320, 322; 339, 340; moral

sentiment of, x, 331.
Plymouth, III, 445; v, 161; ocean,

people, flowers, ni, 264, 265 ; visit

to, IV, 255; VI, 426-29.
Plymouth beach and boats, viii,

331-
Plymouth Rocic, in, 255.
Plymouth usage, vn, 543.
Po, valley of the, in, 128.
Poem, Marathort, i, 143; The River,

I, 165; Riches (The Caterpillar),

II, 62; The Nightingale, n, 313;
Circles, vn, 212, 213; Days, vii,
277; Freedom, vin, 407.

Poem, the effective, vii, 114; of
Hafiz, VII, 277, 278; takes care of
itself, VIII, 176.

Poem-maldng, v, 287.

Poems, original, n, 293.

Poet, needs material form, li, 106;
must teach citizen, v, 425; cannot
spare grief or pain, v, 450; who
gives wisdom and faith, v, 483;
and poem, the sincere dissem-
bler, v, 520-22; method adding
reflection to reflection, vi, 47, 48;
incorrigible, vi, 243; meals of, vi,
320; blessed lot of, vi, 413; a
gambler, vi, 467; duty of the, and
his measure, vii, 216; thouglit of,
practical, viii, 429; goes straight
forward to say thought, ix, 312;
and religion, IX, 546 ;land Pleiades,
X, 140. See also Caesar, Forest,
Heroes, Herricls, Humility, Mod- .
ern. People, Plato, PoKtics, Pre-
sence, Reflective, Savant, Shelley,
Thoreau, Tone, Wind, Wine.

Poetaster, vii, 183.

Poet-crop, the, vn, 53.

Poet-paradox, the, viii, 209.

Poetry, of, i, 105; notes on: criti-
cism of Wordsworth, Shalc-
speare, Ben Jonson, Montgom-
ery and Wordsworth, n, 232-36;
precedes prose, in, 492; wise, in,
544; true ethical, iv, 425; makes
its pertinence, v, 343; crude, v,
417; finest rhymes and cadences
yet unfound, vi, 75, 76; miracle
of, transit of vast to the particu-



INDEX



525



lar, VI, 124; all life has, vi, 446;
aids of, VII, 64; is truth, it creates,
VIII, 321; seeks resemblance,

VIII. 493; which no man wrote,

IX, 37; word dragging, ix, 214;
power of thought, ix, 460; dif-
ference in, X, 27s; experimental
and real, x, 301; "the New-
ness," X, 360; in newspapers and
private circles, x, 367, 368;
magnitude of its suggestion, x,
386; secret of never explained, x,
435- See also Beauty, Child,
Criticism, English, Facts, French,
Mystery, Practical, Prose, Sense,
Strength, Tone, Wild.

Poets, strong old, in, 532; summons
to, V, 112; guardians of admira-
tion, v, 140; message of, vi, 190;
Tennyson, Burns, Browning,
Bailey, vi, 286-88; and stars, vi,
453; old and new, vii, 163, 164;
needed, vii, 165; brave, viii, 87;
of the middle classes, viii, 294;
pretended, ix, 17 ; single speech, x,
147, 148; some unsightly, x, 369.

Poikilus, Professor, ix, 54.

Point of view, 11, 399.

Poisons, II, 121.

Polarity, iv, 209; x, 139, 140; Amer-
ican, VI, 346.

Poles, political, vi, 390; of philoso-
phy, VII, 118.

Police, Nature's, vii, 256.

Political economy, sure taxes, iv,
107, 108; and morality, ix, 13;
stimulus from, ix, 340.

Political parties, slight differences,
vin, 333-

Politicians, tricky, viii, 230.

Politics, V, 77-79; recoils in, iii,
359; measures and popular opin-
ion, V, 330, 331; impure, vii, 253;
poet and, vii, 313; our, like Eu-
ropean, VIII, 277; privileged
thieves in, ix, 121, 122; English
and American, ix, 1 57 ; ours petty,
IX, 364; American, x, 144.

Poltroonery, vii, 64.

Pond, be not a, vii, 48.

Poore, Major Ben. Perley, ix, SSi-

Pope, Alexander, viii, 98; couplet
of, II, 527; never knew nature, iv,
259-



Pope, the, blesses the palms, in,
81.

Populace, I, 134.

Population, vii, 514; of Naples,
worthless, iii, 67; conditional, vi,
183. .

Populations versus Locke and New-
ton, II, 308.

Porosity, vii, 10.

Porphyry, viii, 451.

Portableness, vi, 24.

Porto Rico, II, 477.

Portrait, a man, 11, 6, 7; the, of
man, in, 361.

Position, IV, 89; and will, m, 257.

Positive, great poets use the, iv,
324; and superlative, Viii, 520.

Positive degree, x, 167.

Possessions, selfish, 11, 407.

Posterity and ultimate tribunal,
VIII, 94.

Postponing, iii, 276.

Potato, V, 208.

Potatoes, V, 86.

Potomac water, x, 297.

Poverty, 11, 412; vii, 19; and riches,
II, 463 ; blessed, 11, 480; the wise
man's ornament, iv, 244, 245;
honorable, IV, 350; intelligible,
VI, 338.

Poverty's praise, ix, 199.

Power, the real, Napoleon, Crom-
well, Andrew Jackson, 11, 407,
408; dangerous, 11, 450; iii, 360;
Nature's lesson of, iv, 67; unripe,
V, 26s; exhilarates, v, 417; de-
grees of, VII, 12; and acting real-
ity, VII, 81 ; and probity, Vii, 430;
private, ix, 191 ; notes on, ix, 489.
See also Art, Child, Christ, De-
tachment, Heaven, Joy, Man-
ners, Martial, Masked, Memory,
Misery, Money, Mystic, Party,
Smallness, Waste, Wealth.

Powers, forms versus, x, 109.

Practical poetry, 11, 47.

Practical men yet sleep, in, 237.

Practical and poetical, vii, 85.

Practicalness, ix, 23, 24.

Praise, i, 338-40; v, 193; a bad
omen, v, 320.

Prating, vi, 299.

Prayer, 11, 270; ignorance of influ-
. ence, i, 79; discussion of, I, 213-



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INDEX



16; public, n, 92-94; letter to

M. M. E., u, 17s; relation to

God, II, 294; entrance into God's

mind, 11, 431, 432.
Prayers, God makes us answer our,

II, 393 ; particular, iv, 4V8, 479.
Preach and practice, 11, 437.
Preacher, let give from own store,

II, 214; opportunity o£, in, 475;

must be universal, in, 564, 565;

secure his acre and independence,

X, 171.
Preachers, the coming, in, 331;

young, VI, 266; the truckling,

vni, 189; to-day, x, 213.
Preaching, vi, 363; and practice,

II, 227, 228; topics in, n, 294; at

Waltham, hearers of, iv, 115;

down, IV, 143; from memory, iv,

300; and study sickly, home the

cure, rv, 423; worthless, rv, 457;

foolish, IV, 480, 481; V, 172.
Preachings, Emerson's, on the way

home, II, 207.
Precedent, ix, 151.
Prefaces, iv, 486; x, 217.
Preliminaries, spare, in, 368.
Prescott William H., ix, 195.
Presence of mind, poet's power, v,

86.
Present, the, 11, 485; vii, 323; past,

future, V, 197; knowledge of, v,

304-
Present age, the, v, 353; defense of,

i> 374; peculiarities of, n, 164;

characterized by gentleman and

Christian, v, 549.
Presentiments, great discoveries

are, viii, 127, 128.
Press, the boastful, iv, 458.
Preston, vn, 360; ix, 159.
Price, On Morals, i, 78.
Pride, forlorn, affectation, iv, 222,

223; dishonest, iv, 268, 269; of

saint, IV, 278; and vanity, VI,

362.
Priest, St. Augustine's, 11, 169;

must be human, 11, 366.
Priestcraft, i, 331-37.
Priests, seeking, vn, 419.
Prima Philosofhia, viii, 533-
Primal powers, great, ix, 332.
Primary men, secondary men and,

IX, 184, 185.



Primitive poems, charm of, VI, 441.

Primogeniture, vn, 420.

Princes, education for, v, 71.

Principle, 11, 145; male and female,
IV, 248.

Principles, hidden in base politics,
in, 46s; open eyes, in, 517; we
are porous to, iv, 271; keep to,
rv, 308.

Prison, visit to the, 11, 229.

Prisoners, returned, ix, 433.

Private door, God's, in, 557.

Private energy best, vi, 198.

Private theatres, our, vn, 74.

Privileged thieves in politics, IX,
121, 122.

Problem, the, v, 30; of three bodies,
IV, 22.

Problems, universal, viii, 63.

Proclus, VI, 157; vn, 7, 262, 516;
vni, 92; magnificent suggestion,
VI, 159; intellect communicable,
VI, 199; strong- winged, vi, 205;
read for opinion, vi, 376; inter-
prets the oracle on Socrates, vin,
468.

Profanation, iv, $•

Profession, choice of, i, 377.

Professions, the new, vni, S74-

Profile, the, v, 246.

Progress, modem, 11, 67; human,
n, 272; only in individuals, iv,
85; in individuals, not in race,
IV, 158; of species, iv, 306; the
mercury of, V, S09.

Prometheus, in, 43s; V, 437, 438.

Prompter, the, vi, 17.

Property, owning, position and
will, in, 236, 257; a test, iv, 299;
talk on; V, 128; question of, V,
459; unimportant, vi, so; ques-
tion love only can solve, vi, 128;
the web of, VI, 404.

Prophecy, i, 129-31; ideals are, vn,

35-

Prophet, practical man and, v, 430;
careless of fulfilment, ix, 409.

Proportion, rv, 33s, 336; v, 356;
culture teaches, the methods, iv,
368-70.

Propriety, v, 198.

Prose, poetry and, ix, 561.

Prosperity, and arms, 11, 40; of fam-
ily, II, 259; and slavery, ix, 453.



INDEX



527



Protectors, our disguised, iii, 315.

Protest, attitude of, ix, 482.

Protesters, the band o(, V, 259, 260.

Proteus, III, 344.

Proverbs, v, 35; 55; ix, 536, 537.

Providence, i, 112-15; 11, 26; 288;
visits of, viH, 249.

Providences, iv, 199; petty, n, 291.

Provocation of tliought, vi, 138.

Prudence, viii, 208; reign of, <f, 314.

Pseudo - sciences mask truth, vi,
245-

Pseudo-spiritualism, IX, 302.

Puberty, m, 376.

Public concern, or private, II, 527.

Public m^n, the born, vi, 32.

Public opinion, 11, 229.

Public schools, vu, 362.

Publishing, the good of, lu, 492 ; be
slow in, V, 402.

Piickler-Muskau, iv, 362; on Eng-
lish dandy, iv, 9.

Pulpit eloquence, i, 14, 15.

Punch, X, 69.

Purist voter, the, viii, 280.

Puritan movement, the, i, 306-08.

Puritans, the, melioration, i, 351-
53; rear-guard of the, vi, 52.

Purity necessary for judgment, iii,
504-

Pursuits, IX, 155.

Pusey, Dr. E. B., x, 349.

Push, perpetual, vm, 248.

Pym, rv, 320.

Pythagoras, 11,340, 341 ; lamblichus
on, V, 522; incarnation, viii, 239,
240; just fame of, VIII, 474.

Pythologian Society, records of
the, I, 33-51-

Quaker, m, 426.
Quaker conversation, ni, 229.
Quaker meetings, iii, 265.
Quakers, ix, 15; enthusiasts, 11,

318; in France, x, 156.
Qualities, vi, 408.
Quality and amount, vni, 126, 127.
Quarrels, vi, 25.

Quarterly journal, a, vii, 263, 264.
Quatrain, "Nature in Leasts," vni,

327; "Samuel Hoar," vra, 330.
Quebec, vin, 281.
Quentin Durward, v, 514*
Quest, hold to your, V, S33. S34-



Question, facing the, iii, 29s.

Questioner, and answers, vii, 125.

Questionings, good seen every-
where, II, 9-13.

Questions, vii, 102; unanswered,
II, 467; each man's, iv, 19.

Quetelet statistics, vm, 478.

Queteletism, vm, 505.

Queue, soldier's, iv, 291.

Quiddle, 11, 114.

Quietude, in, 212.

Quiucy, Josiah, vii, 168.

Quincy, Josiah, Jr., ix, 103, 104.

Quotation, iii, 503; X, 156; helps
conviction, m, 466; coming first,

VI, 199; dangers of, vm, 415;
adds value, vm, 490; rightly
used, VIII, 527, 528J difference in
rendering, x, 218, 220.

Quotations, 11, 439, 440; poetical,
n, 57; from OEgger, in, 512-15.
Quoting, nothing new, 11, 466.

Rabelais, vi, 278, 279; 281.

Raby castle, vn, 387.

Race, genius, of x, 42.

Races, v, 59.

Rachel, vn, 119; sings Marseillaise,

VII, 464; person and action of,
vii, 468, 469.

Radiation, vm, S^S; of manners,
vm, 585-

Radicals, tracts of English, vi, 221,
222.

Railing, v, 4.

Railroad, v, 380; vn, 297; 504; new,
VI, 336; Westerners wanting, X,
184.

Railroad rates and stock, ix, 12.

Railroads, vm, 4; X, 173 ; prophecy
for, VI, 450.

Railway, first experience on, Lan-
caster to Manchester, m, 183,
184; visit to new, Mr. Perkins on
locomotives and steamships, ni,
191.

Railway pictures, vi, 339.

Railway ride, m, 305.

Railway stocks, ix, 122.

Rainy-day treats, in, 536.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, vr, 433; quot-



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