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ed, IX, 397.

Ramble, evening, Florence, III, 109.

Randolph, John, ix, 66.



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INDEX



Randolph, Philip, X, 319, 320; x,
349; and E.'s anti-slavery work,
vm, S3 1.

Range, man's, vm, 409.

Rantoul, vm, 113.

Raphael, v, 265, 308, 314; angels
of, sibyls, v, 15, 16; Four Sibyls
of, v, 340; originality of, vn, 523 ;
Michel Angelo and, vm, 63;
quoted, ix, 205; universal, x, 49.

Rarey, IX, 149; 318.

Rawdon, vii, 382.

Raw material for poems and lec-
tures, VII, 215.

Reaction, x, 77; assailant and de-
fence, X, 123.

Readiness, vi, 423.

Reading, 11, 251 ; in, sig; letter to
Elizabeth Tucker advising, n,
458-62; for a task, rv, 132; gives
vocabulary for ideas, iv, 256;
good, v, 248; pertinent, vii, 257;
right, VII, 319; lost passages, x,
204; seems guided, x, 422.

Reading man, a, vi, 206.

Readings, at Chickering Hall, x,
282-85; in Boston, x, 378, 379;
E.'s last, X, 475.

Real, the seeming, ideal truth, in,
349-

Realism, vm, 18.

Realists, Kant and blacksmith,
VIII, 210.

Realities, which are? vm, 240.

Reality, iv, 459; vii, 270; vm, 272;
in writing, vm, 446; rules des-
tiny, IX, 199.

Reason, and Scripture, i, 167-69;
and Science in religion, i, 324-
27; in religion, ii, 85, 222; trust,

II, 409; is the divine essence, iii,
23s ; guidance of, m, 389; perfect,

III, 394; illumination, iii, 456;
hours of, immortal, m, 500; eye
of, iron lids of, m, 539; hours of,
few, IV, 90; makes art and archi-
tecture, IV, 102, 103; above un-
derstanding, V, 310, 311; is pre-
sence not gift of God, ix, 14. See
also Architecture, Greatness,
Heaven, High, Science, Under-
standing.

Rebellion of 1820, 1, 7-9.
Rebels, ix, S74.



Recipes to occupy time, I, 72.

Recluse, the, vi, 506.

Reconstruction, ix, 463-65.

Record, reading Nature's, iv, 130.

Rectitude, vm, 14; fate and, vm,
88.

Reed, Sampson, book of, 11, 116;
his Growth of the Mini, 11, 124;
and Thomas Worcester, talk with,
II, 455; talk with, on Sweden-
borg, VI, 219.

Reed, Dr., of Bridgewater, ix, 366.

Reference, weak, vi, 373.

Reflection, an age of, iv, no.

Reflections, 11, 144; from senior to
school-teacher, mortification, i,
137-42; E.'s, on closing school, 11,
36-38; entering Divinity School,
II, 55; bowing to necessity, 11,
115; religion, not of tradition,
but of soul, m, 159, 160.

Reflective poet, the, iv, 18.

Reform, license of, V, 40; dreaded,
V, 109; perspective of, v, 212;
source of, v, 236; lack of zeal for,
V, 252; looks not back, v, 466;
value of, appears late, vi, 272;
standing committee on, vi, 368;
and actual world, vi, 503; insight,
in, VII, 57; true, vn, 148; sacred,
VII, 158; masks reform, vn, 205.

Reform discussion, x, 216.

Reform ideas, v, 405.

Reformer, path of, rv, 349; the
brave, or penitent, vi, 28; the
rude, and Boston, vi, 134.

Reformers, v, 403; slight, v, 529;
Alcott's English, vi, 294.

Reforming age, v, 215.

Reforms, teach, v, 234; enlisting in,
V, 293-97; abortive, vi, 405, 406;
crude writing, vi, 475.

Refuge, cities of, vii, 82.

Regiment, Massachusetts Fifth, ix,
324; Massachusetts Eighth, ix,

325-

Rejection, vn, 287.

Relation, vn, 154.

Religion, its history, i, 98-104;
each must have his own, 11, 77;
office of, action and contempla-
tion, action is not all, God the
Pilot, II, 239-41; sublimed, 11,
289; must not fear science, 11, 362;



INDEX



529



narrow, m, igg; pasteboard,
Ki, 331 ; must come through the
heart, rv, 30, 31; changes, iv, 95-
98; starving, iv, 420; numerical,

V, 117; low, V, 180-82; now looks
to life, V, 227-29; cry for, v, 380;
flowing, V, ss^', gives refinement,

VI, 328; Catholic and Protestant,

VII, 341, 342; and tyranny, ix,
203; Varnhagen quoted, ix, 495;
universality in, x, 234; notes on,
X, 379. 380; centuries and hours,
X, 469. .See also Astronomy,
English, Moral Sentiment, No-
menclature, Poet, Reason, Reflec-
tions, Science, Shakers, Spir-
itual.

Religions, changing yet save, vi,

306.
Religious enthusiasts, m, 432.
Religious feeling keeps alive, 11,

221.
Religious forms, outgrown, x, 213.
Religious man, who is? 11, 303.
Renan, Ernest, ix, 451; quoted, ix,

446; his Vie de Jisus, ix, S79; x,

18; on Paris, x, 47.
Renunciation, first thoughts from

God, ni, 323.
Repairs, bodUy and spiritual, 11,

S02.
Repetitions of history, v, 219; m

Nature, x, 219, 220.
Repose, Nature invites to, v, i^g.
Representative at Congress, fright-
en your, VIII, 392.
Representative man, vin, 50-.
Representative Men sent to friends,

vili, 70.
Representatives in Congress, timid,

VIII, 1 01.

Republic of letters, ix, 527.
Republican party, x, 62.
Republicans, weak, ix, 403.
Repulsions, iv, 239.
Reputation, n, 411; in universe, VJ,

139-
Resemblance, x, 113.
Reserves, vn, 427; x, 49.
Resignation, not easy, 11, 180; of

pastorate, 11, 510; accepted, n,

525-
Resolves, 11, 309; m, 422; new, iii,

361.



Resources, x, 59; use God's riches,
n, 518; knowledge of Nature,
IX, 417; of inspiration, x, 244.

Respect, for men, iii, 221; for
friends, v, 416.

Rest and love, v, 301.

Restaurant, VII, 470.

Result, not artist, counts, viii, 570.

Resurrection, belief in the, 11, 126.

Retzsch, IV, 204.

Revelations, true, v, 353.

Review of closing journey, thank-
ful, III, 185.

Reviews, hostile, v, 75.

Revival, coming, iv, 15.

Revolution, viii, 37; documents of,
III, 320; French, iii, 448; vii, 403;
sign of, VII, 454; old and new, vii,
464; and anti-revolution, ix, SS3;
a volcano, ix, 573.

Revolutions, vii, 429, 430; x, 237;
in England, silent, ill, 494.

Revolutionary clubs, vn, 454, 4SS-

Revile des Deux Mondes, x, 265.

Rewards, v, 527.

Reynolds, Governor, vni, 522.

Rhetoric, elevated writing, 11, 415;
fact or name, iv, 169; charm of,
V, 46s; takes space, v, 482; cul-
ture's, VIII, 449; omit negative
propositions, ix, 85; Plutarch
and Montaigne for, x, 320.

Rhyme, its privilege of truth, Pin-
daric, warUke daring, v, 225-
27; and rhetoric, viii, 527.

Rhymes, viii, 46.

Rich and poor, v, 71; vii,302;3S8;
vm, 73.

Rich man, IV, 408; wise man can-
not be, rv, 448; to help, vi, 15.

Rich mind, vii, 457.

Riches, viii, 25; spiritual, iii, 410;
of man's nature, m, 438 ; freedom
through, IV, 409; accident of, v,
257; acquired or inherited, V,
478; knowing how to use, vi, 67;
greatness not leaning on, vi, 469;
the undoing of, viil, 276, 277.

Riches {The Caterpillar), poem, 11,
62.

Richter, iii, 473; vi, 283; ix, 496,.
497; on women, vi, 253.

Riding school, ix, 229.

Right, determination of, 11, IS4;



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INDEX



straggle for, viii, 516; perception,
of, X, 166.

Rig Veda Sanhita, vill, S47-49-

Ripley, Dr. Ezra, v, 20; 143; in,
364, 365; utterances of, m, 391,
392; solid facts of, iv, 234; prayer
of, V, 18; death of, vi, 52-55.

Ripley, George, vi, 392, 393.

Ripley, Mrs. George, vi, 392,393;
VI, 386.

Ripley, Satauel, v, 270; real preach-
ing of, IV, 379; and Southern cox-
comb, VI, 239.

Ripley, Mrs. Sarah Alden, rv, 433;

V, 103; IX 426; Miss Emerson's
letter to, n, 191-94; eager schol-
arship of, VI, 72; account of, vi,
545-50; on holidays, vn, 47;
death of, x, 207-09.

Ripple Pond, ix, 179.
Ritson, verses from, vni, 542.
Rivalry, v, 8.

Rivarol, on Mirabeau, viil, 347.
River, The, poem, i, 165.
River, v, 423 ; immersed in a spirit-
ual, V, 427, 428.
River, the Concord, v, 558; blessed,

VI, 401.

Rivers, the two, ix, 27.
Robin Hood, vi, 131.
Robbins, Chandler, vi, 455.
Roederer, on Napoleon, his sayings,

viii, 462, 463.
Rogers, Samuel, breakfast with,

his house and his anecdotes, vn,

348-51; and aristocracy, vin,

278.
Roman Catholic convert, vi, 217.
Romance, i, 302-04; a venture in,

I, 108-10; waning, i, 119; E.'s,

VIII, 124; imaginative book, ix,

422.
Romance, A, verses, 1, 117.
Romance writers, ix, 420.
Romans still masters, v, 382.
Romantic dreams, i, 19.
Romantic power of life, v, 468-70.
Romany Girl, the, viii, 5x8.
Rome, III, 75-103 ; by stage to, in,

74; the gift of, ni, 102.
Romeo, story of, vi, 320, 321.
Room-mate in hotel, in, 463.
Rosebugs, VI, 225.
Rotation, vm, 165.



Rotch, Mary, vi, 280; religion of,
her experience, ni, 258-60.

Rothschilds, the, vn, 424.

Rousseau, his Confessions, vn, 318.

Roussel, on women, vm, 401.

Rowse, Samuel, ix, 154.

Roxbury, i, 232; and Cambridge,
teaching in, 11, 70.

Ruggles, in debate, vn, 203.

Rulers, the real, 11, 81.

Rules of the gods, vii, 496, 497; es-
tablished, and sentiment, x, 190.

Rural proverbs, vi, 202.

Ruskin, vn, 367; x, 363, 417.

Russell, John L., walk with, v, 61;
Saadi, vi, 537; viu, 310; rx, 564;
quotations from, vi, 463-65; ix,
544. 545; classes of, vn, 245;
cheerfulness of, ix, 561.

Sabbath, 11, 80; in, 317; v, 172; a
new, III, 263; consecrated be-
cause other days are not, v, 214;
a day outweighs a, vi, 216.

Saccharine principle, v, 465; 481.

Sacred persons, the, vn, 84.

Sacrifice, vn, 121; making none,
ni, 453-

Safeguards, in, 63; vi, 277.

Safford, Henry Truman, boy math-
ematician, VII, 274-76.

Sages, of old, n, 58.

Said. See Saadi.

Sailors, in, 12.

Saint, X, 233; and scholar, viii, 92.

St. Augustine, Florida, visit to, n,
149-82.

SI. Augustine (Florida), verses, n,
149-51.

Sainte-Beuve, quoted, ix, 525; 530;

^ S44; 556; 57s; 578.

St. George's Society, speech to,
vm, 283-86.

Saint Grail, Tennyson's, x, 240.

Saint-Hilaire, Geoffroy, x, 366, 367.

St. Paul's, VII, 434.

St. Peter's, moonlight walk < with
Cranch and Alexander, in, 87;
Easter Mass in, in, 88.

Saint-Simon, Mimoires of, V, 526.

Saint-skeptics, vn, 136.

Saints, poets and, vn, 229.

Sdkoontald, ix, 105.

Salesman, vn, 526.



INDEX



531



Saliency, vn, 317.
Salisbury, visit to, VII, 490.
Salt fish, sign, v, 36.
Sameness, i, 299-301.
Sampson, George A., letter to, n,

537-
Sand, George, vi, 533; vn, 500; S59;

sincerity of, vn, 503; quoted, x,

Samty, rare, v, 12.

Santa Croce, m, 118, 123; homage
to Galileo and Michel Angelo,
m, los, 106.

San Zenobia, m, 122.

Sartor Resartus, n, 530.

Saturday Club, ix, 320; X, 6; n, 12;
25-27; 78; foreshadowed, vni,
104; behavior at, x, 296.

Saturn, ni, 461.

Saunterings — autobiographical, n,
244-46.

Savage, James, Alexander Everett
and, m, 375.

Savagery, return to, vn, 508.

Savant, v, 222; poet and, iv, 117.

Saving instincts, ni, 268.

Saxondom, vm, 345.

Scaffoldings, n, 470.

Scale, VI, 22.

Scandinavian custom, vin, 566.

Sceptic, service of, vn, 59.

Schelling, x, 317, 318; quotation,
n, 422; thought of, its growth
through others, viu, 76, 77; dis-
tinction of, vra, 126.

Scherb, expounds Hegel, viii, 69;
lecture of, vm, 246.

Schiller, n, 525-27; Wallensfem -of,
quotation from, n, 377; Burke
and, believers, vi, 512; on poems,
VII, 48; on burial, vin, 554.

Schleiermacher, m, 393.

Scholar, in company, m, 319; in-
visible tools, facts his treasure,
IV, 6, 7 ; office of the, rv, 259 ; 280-
83; investment of the, iv, 274,
275; must be fearless, v, 82, 83;
must not stop for attacks, v, 100;
in fashionable society, v, 145,
146; voice of, heard afar, vi, 166;
the story of the, vi, 216; his
weapons, relation to society, vn,
71; progress of, vn, 113; creed of,
X, 470, 471.



Scholar class, the, viu, 471-73.
Scholars, should be happy and

brave, iv, 56, 57; tew, v, 113;

slackness of, v, 214; question for,

V, 445; subservient, v, 536;
timid, vn, 36; untrained, vii,
III; perpetual, sacred, vn, 244;
hunger of the, vn, 259; posts his
books, VII, 542; surrender of, to
the worldly, viii, 486; and times,
IX, 100; and invitations, ix, S30.
See also Courage, English, Eter-
nity, Freedom, Income, Isola-
tion, Saint, School, Soldier,
Treasure.

School, a, I, 308-11.

School Committee, scholar and,
vn, 30; philosopher and, vn, 56.

Schooling, winter, vi, 302.

Schoolmaster, iii, 307.

Schoolmen, vin, 49.

School-room, escape from his, i, 75.

School-tax, vm, 237.

Schools, visiting the, rx, 315; Con-
cord, X, 13, 14.

Schopenhauer, quotations from, X,
33. 34-

Science, ix, 125; reason and, in re-
ligion, 1, 324-27; and religion, n,
362; ethical, n, 488; kills legend,
in, 558; the humanity of, rv, 59,
60; and literature, the old and
new, IV, 90-95 ; in humanity, rv,
113; and history, the service of,
IV, 377, 378; new, looks within,
v, 94; each can explain universe,

VI, 246; as a barrier, vi, 529;
symbolic, vii, 52; dull, vin, 9; not
chronological, vin, 478; must
have soul, vm, 505; inspired or
dull, VIII, 525; warped, vm, 565;
not a finality, rx, 278; zymosis
of, X, 264.

Sciences, apprentice, vn, 252.
Scientists, poetic, x, 364.
Sciolist, the young, vm, 426.
Scotland, m, 176; English judges

in, VIII, 469.
Scots, V, 413.
Scott, David, vi, 2641 vn, 92; vn,

388; paints E.'s portrait, vii, 392.
Scott, Sir Walter, Abbot, i, 71;

Bride of Lammermoor, n, 203;

heroic characters in, n, 371, 372;



532



INDEX



Shakspeare and, ill, 327; and
Coleridge, iii, 328; line of, ni,
535); and superstitions, x, 358.

Scottish speech, vil, 394.

Scougal, II, 387.
. Screen, Nature too thin, rv, 250.

Scribe, chosen by spirit, x, 99.

Scriptures, of the nations, v, 33s;
love of the great, v, 500.

Sculpture, the ancient, tv, 98.

Scythe, the, V, 414.

Sea, the, Sunday at, ni, 205; Nine-
vehs and Kamacs at, ix, SS-

Sea-line, the, VII, 386.

Seaports, x, 251.

Search, Edward, 1. 11.

Sea-serpent, viii, 366.

Seashore, vii, 104.

Seashore rhymes, vi, 13.

Seaside abolishes time, vili, 380.

Sea-skies, iii, 450.

Sea voyage versus college examina-
tion, VII, 4S7.

Second Advent Hymns, vi, 457.

Second Church, the call to, 11, 261,
262.

Second essays sent to friends, vi,
536. 537-

Secret doctrines, HI, 46S.

Secrets, IV, 78.

Sect begets sect, iv, 135.

Sectarian, be not a, 11, 385.

Sects, IX, 309; Claude Lorraine,
III, 377; feed on one another, iii,
4S9; and saints, x, 234.

Sedgwick, Miss, characters of,
novels, IV, 458.

Sedgwick, Mrs., ix, 450.

Seed, God a, ill, 497; divine, IV,
73-

Seed-thought, 11, 97.

Seer, child or, vi, 253.

Selection, rv, 330; vi, 23 ; life is, vn,
203; in Art, VIII, 253; in good
writing, x, 303.

Self, II, 319; IX, 190; the higher, iv,
31S, 316; revere, viii, 517; a sur-
prise, X, 264.

Self-culture, Goethe and, in, 314.

Self-denial, ii, 287.

Self-depreciation, E.'s, ix, 335.

Self-esteem, i, 301, 302.

Self-examination, i, 242-44; 360-
67; 377-80.



Self-help and social relations, IX,

400.
Selfishness, vn, 37.
Self-justifying, vi, S31.
Self-reliance, n, 249; 309-11; v,

480; vin, 562; advice, pledges,

III, 267.
Self-Rdiance, verses, 11, 518.
Self-respect, x, 163.
Self-seeker, Nemesis of, vi, 70.
Self-service elegant, v, 491.
Self-subsistent and sneer, iv, 365.
Self -testing, ni, 28.

Self-trust, v, 192; 433, 434; of di-
vine man, ni, 14.

Seneca, Goethe on, iv, 221.

Sennott, George, ix, 437, 438.

Sensation, and soul, vi, 108.

Sense of beauty, vni, 251.

Sense under poetry, in, 451.

Sensibility, ix, 487, 537; X, 453;
character plus, v, 372.

Sentence, maker of, iii, 3^5; good,
and book. III, 529; a mirror, iv,
180.

Sentences, iv, 81, 82; from ancient
philosophers, VI, 436.

Sentiment, i, 346, 347; IX, 137; hu-
man, IX, 277; literature of the, X,
10.

Sentimentalist, IX, 427.

September afternoon, a, m, 342;
golden, IV, 288.

Serenity, 11, 270.

Sermon, ni, 220; fragment for, God
within, II, 22, 23; conventional or
living, II, 278; subject for a, n,
507; prune the, in, 549.

Sermon subjects, animals, idleness,
II, 471, 472.

Sermons, 11, 477; subjects: unseen
good in man, wisdom and igno-
rance, first and third thoughts,
II, 434-36; living. III, 421; real,

IV, 232, 233; beauty shuns, v,
39; re-reading, old, v, 271.

Servant, God the, iv, 57; New Eng-
land, and, vn, 315.

Servants, domestic, vi, 444. See
also Domestics.

Service, vi, 34; by what you are,
ni, 404.

Seward, William H., ix, 377, 378;
383-91-



INDEX



533



Shackford, Charles Chauncy, iv,
i66.

Shadow, vili, 422.

Shaker folly, vii; 40.

Shakers, the, vii, 15, 16; visit to, vi,
261-63 ; sacrifice culture, vi, 502 ;
second visit to, their dance and
religion, vi, 323, 524.

Shakspeare, William, I, 14s; n,
loi; 122; 233; III, 414; 453; iv,
269; vm, 39; X, 249; and Words-
worth contrasted, 11, 106; and
right words, 11, 402; Sonnets of,
quotations, I'l, 422, 423; creations
of, II, 481; Hamlet quoted, ni,
260; Sonnets of, in, 290; and
Scott, III, 327; mouthpiece of
mind of man, ili, 329; not popu-
lar in his day, rv, 186; curiosity
about, IV, 332; must be realized,
V, 104; the wonder of, v, 127; as
c^-'fiietjiphysician, vi, 79; fault of,
vn, 140; fancy of, vni, 154 ; height
of, VIII, 245; plays of, viii, 350;
English Osiris, viii, 359, 360; su-

^.jjeriority of, ix, 187 ; E.'s notes for
speaking at Saturday Club, x, 27,
28, 29-31, 34; true biography of,
X, 2go*noparallax, X, 382.

Shakspeare festival, x, 21.

Shakspeare quotations, x, 24.

Sham fight, v, 291.

Shaw, Judge, viii, 201; 509.

Shawsheen River, viii, 371.

"Shay, The," vii, 339-41.

She-King, The, quoted, vi, 437.

Shelley, vi, 114; 213; vn, 284;
quoted, iv, 198; never true poet,

V, 344- . , ,

Shells, III, 283; brought home, in,

298.
Shepherd, Dr.T.P., hisfindingTen-

nyson in Holland, vn, 448, 449.
Sherlock, i, 174.
Ship, praise of, in, 218; of State,

vin, 236.
Ship life, III, 201.
Ship-worm, ix, 307.
Shipyard, vm, 374.
Ships, names of, iv, 308.
Shorl Mantle, The, iii, 473.
Shortcomings, rv, 371.
Shout to the Shepherds, A, poem, i,

Z4S-



Shrine, man needs a, m, 503.
Sibylline leaves, vm, 220.
Sicilian crew, absurd, ni, 37, 38.
Sicily, embarks for, in, 37; episode

in, in, 481.
Sick man, indulgence of, iv, 362.
Sickness, iv, 251; v, 63; use of, i, 78;

heroes of, vi, 116.
Siddons, Mrs., and Fanny Kemble,

VI, 337.
Sidney, Sir Philip, on Pughone s

praise of horsemen, vm, 503.
Sierra Nevada, in, 23.
Sifting, X, SI.
Sight, Nature gives, y, 407; wait for,

vn, S20, S2I.
Significance of Nature, in, 466.
Silence, n, 243, 412; of orator, ix,

152-
Silsbee, W., letter to, ideas of God,

V, 73-
Similes, rx, 28S.
Simonides, ix, 209.
Simple life, v, 397; 564.
Simplon, the. Napoleon, and,in, 148.
Sims case, vni, 202.
<Sin, n, 467; V, 38; is ignorance, n,

7S; carries its reward, 11, 140;

the unpardoned, V, 570; is trifling,

IX, 20.
Sincerity, teaching, iii, 374.
Singer, the village, v, 269.
Singers, two, v, 255.
Sins may hdp, even, in, 3S2.
Siphar trees, i, 170-73.
Sismondi, vm, 574.
Sistine Chapel, the, ni, 81-83.
Situation, n, 250.
Sixteenth-century poets, vm, 287.
Skating, writing like, vn, 334.
Skepticism, vi, 116; vn, 112.
Skidbladnir, ship, vn, 314.
Sky, VI, 20; blue, vi, 319; sculpture

in clouds, vi, 410; our, vm, 42;

states of the, x, 77.
Slave-auction, the, and the Bible

meelang, xi, 177.
Slaveholder and cotton manufac-
turer, honor to Garrison, vi,

538-39.
Slaveholders, snort way with, vm,

386.
Slave-labor products, vn, 38.
Slave-trade, u,^6; iv, 302, 303.



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INDEX



Slavery, iv, 200; vii, 84; vili, 337,
338; vision of, i, 177-86; Chris-
tianity and, m, 446, 447; warn-
ings from, IV, 374; arouses con-
science, VIII, 164; entering ques-
tion of, vm, 316; the Constitu-
tion and Fugitive Slave Law,

VIII, 337. 338; our fathers' blun-
ders in concessions to, viii, 47s,
476; the resistance to, ix, 241,
242; the destruction of, ix, 434;
dangers of, escaped, ix, 566.

Slavery question, x, 113, 114; in
Lyceum, vn, s, 6.

Sleep, IV, 142, 143, 373; unbecom-
ing, rv, 442; graces of, v, 440; of
a child, V, 459; life a, vn, 161;
pranks of, vn, 458.

Sleep, medicine, iv, 236.

Sleepy Hollow, vm, SS4; autumn
in, IV, 326, 327.

Sleet, in woods, v, 512.

Sleigh-ride, boy's, ix, 200.

Smallness, power of, vm, 220, 221.

Smith, Adam, ix, 340.

Smith, Goldwin, x, 72-75.

Smith, Sydney, opinion of, vin,
577-

Snubs, of E.'s new book, vm, 88.

Social Circle, the, x, 312; candi-
dates for, vm, 168, 179.

Social feelings, i, 118, 125.

Social principle, the, 11, 268.

Social tests for all, v, 525, 526.

Socialism, vii, 410; oracle dumb on,
vii, 428; question of, vn, 431.

Socialist convention, vi, 480, 481.

Socialist orator, vn, 487.

Society, i, 314; or solitude, 11, 19;
obligations to, in, 124; and reali-
ties, m, 262; fatal machinery of,
in, 27s; always, but best men
alone, ni, 321; good, four views
of, m, 496; relations in, iv, 279;
a test, IV, 358; and solitude, rv,
473; ideal, v, 115; good for those
who understand it, v, 34?); ends
of, V, 429; constricts, v, 47s ;
debt to, VI, 352; a boardmg-
house, VII, 60; treating as a child,
VII, 33S; pallid, vin, 120; laws of,

IX, 531. See also Artist, Con-
ventions, Curiosity Shop, Emer-
son, M. M., Unmaskers.



Society and Solitude, X, 312.

Socrates, i, 5, 6; m, 260; Proclus
interprets the oracle on, viii,
468.

Soir6es, v, ill.

Soldier, scholar and, v, 336.

Soldiers, vi, 115; needed for Civil
War, IX, S7S. S76; our young, x,
IDS-

Solger, Dr., ix, 113.

Solitary Fancies, verses, i, 196.

Solitary, the, vin, 55.

Solitude, I, 222; n, 49-53; 215; or
society, 11, 60-62; the soul in,
II, 299; of the soul among friends,
II, 403; gain from, in, 222; not
alone in, ni, 263; devils of, in,
305; independence of, in crowd,
in, 401 ; doom of, in, 501 ; iv, 229;
depressing, iv, 398; search for.
vm, 538.

Solon and Lycurgus, 11, 283.

Song, verses, n, 132.

Sonnet in Sickness, n, 217.

Sons of great men, vi, 267.

Soprano, the village, iv, 468.

Sorbonne, The, ni, 156.

Sorrow and Age, v, 267, 268.

Sortes Virgiliana, i, 23.

Soul, the, reserves her word, n, 509;
the kingdom of, iv, 330; judges
but is not judged, v, 140; affirms,
v, 242; renouncing birthright of
the madness of Christendom, v,
272, 273; meeting your, v, 569.
See also Almanac, Assessors,
Body, Christendom, Church,
Circumstance, Directions, Disci-
pline, Ecstasy, Emerson, M. M.,
Experience, Fall, God, History,
Immortality, Nearness, One
Mind, Reflections, Science, Sen-
sation, Solitude, Speech, Tides.

Souls, vm, 311.

Sound, analyzed, x, 169, 170.

Source of things venerable, iii, 433.

South, visit to, II, 133; and North,
IV, 27s; compensation to, would
be cheap, vm, 202 ; shooting com-
plexion, IX, 121; insanity of, ix,
211, 212; self-reliance of, ix, 308.

South Carolina, ix, 49; outrage of,
on Samuel Hoar, vn, 20-23.

South Wind, The, verses, vi, 321.



INDEX



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Southern courtesy, n, 141.
Southern life, viii, 218.
Southern students, rv, 312, 313.
Southern victories, rx, 456.
Southerner, the, vn, 206; vm, 100.
Southerners, the, ix, 328; bad cause

of, rx, 327.
Southey, Chronicle of the Cid, rx,

r68.
Space and time, rx, 100.
Spanish proverbs, 11, 480.
Spanish paintings, vn, 455, 456.
Spartan, the, iv, 5.
Speaker, not topic, vi, 296; young,

vni, 22r.
Speaking, extempore, n, 440; good,

III, 48s; for courtesy, x, 227.

Spectator, a proposed, 11, 15-17.

Spectator, or actor, vi, 133; E. call-
ing himself a, x, igi.

Spectatorship, vi, 275.
Spectrum, x, 187.
Speculations In the future, I, 30..
Speculative man in conversation,

IV, 309.

Speculators, Yankee, vii, 299, 300.

Speech, n, 412; native vigor in, ii,
449; thought and, 11, 522; the
soul's, rv, 124; or writing, v, 257;
climate of, vn, SS3; heat in, vm,
147.

Spencer, Judge, Mr. Otis and, 11,
238.

Spending, wise, v, 27; is gain, vn,
156; of poor and rich, ix, 52.

Spenser, Edmund, vn, 229.

Spheral people, vili, 230.

Spheres, vi, 480.

Sphinx, ni, 525; vin, 345.

Spinoza, x, 237.

Spirit, the, X, 189; trust, ra, 43s;
essentially vital, endures, iv, 127;
heed, v, 289. See also Boldness,
Creative, Disguises, Magnetiz-
ing, Man, Moon, Scribe,Strength,
Time.

Spirit-rappings, vm, 452-

"Spiritual," poptilar use of the
word, IX, 189.

Spiritual religion self-evident, m,
397. 398.

Spiritual laws, m, 423.

Spiritual Laws, verses for, vn, 217.

Spontaneity, iv, 292.



Spbntaneous thought, v, 385, 392.

Sprained foot, ix, 223.

Spring, v, S19; ix, 178, 216, 488;

return of, 1, 19; promise of, vi.

379-
Spring day at Mount Auburn, m,

271, 272.
Stable-men, talk of, ix, 497.
Stage-driver, vi, 528.
Stage passengers, iv, 193.
Stagnation, days of, vii, 210.
Stallo, on Nature, vm, 77; quoted,

X, 423.
Standard man, the, in, 249.
Standing, v, 409.
Stanfield, Mr., vn, 479.
Stanton, Edwin M., rx, 376.
Staples, Sam, neighbor, v, 194,

195; rx, 413.
Star, the unsuspected, vi, 210.
Stars, III, 13; IV, 492; V, 392; real

influence from, m, 264; conjunc-
tion of, inspiration, fortunate



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