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Sex in. (T. Meehan) Am. Natural. 8: 355.

Incomplete Adaptation in. (L. F. Ward) Am.

Natural. 15: 89.

Sexual Organs in the higher Cryptogamous. (A.

Henfrey) Am. J. Sci. 64: 378. 65: 25.

Sexuality in. (M. T. Masters) Pop. Sci. R. 12: 363.

(Wi R. McNab) Nature, 15: 511.

Single-celled. (S. B. Herrick) Scrib. 13: 176.

Sleep of. Chamb. J. 39: 15. Same art. Eel. M. 58:

422. (A. Pratt) Penny M. 9: 286.



PLANTS



1016



PLATO



Plants, Social, representative, and rambling. (H. Ever-
shed) Macmil. 34: 48. Same art. Liv. Age, 29: 748.

Spontaneous Movements in. (A. W. Bennett) Pop.

Sci. R. ii : 368. Same art. Pop. Sci. Mo. a: 280.

Spring, Flowering of. Nature, 13: 249.

Structure of Stems of. (H. V. Regnault) Canad. J.

n. s. 7: 219.

Struggle for Existence amongst. (J. D. Hooker) Pop.

Sci. R. 6: 131. Same art. Eel. M. 69: 31. Same
art. Cath. World, 5: 538.

Superstitions concerning. Dub. Univ. 48: 71.

Theory of Structure of. (W. Hincks) Canad. J. n. s.

5 : 33 2 -

Transpiration of . (J. M. Anders) Am. Natural. 12: 160.

Tropical Air-. (C. Wright) Am. Natural. 2: 368.

Unlucky. Ev. Sat. g: 715.

used by the Indians. (E. Palmer) Am. Natural. 12:

593. 6 46.

Useful Monstrosities in. (H. N. Humphreys) Once a

Week, 7: 261.

Variations of Animals and, Darwin's. Ed. R. 128: 414.

Winding Motions of. (W. H. Brewer) Am. J. Sci. 77.:

202.

Winter Life of. (H. Coultas) Pop. Sci. R. 2: 205.
Plant and Animal Life, Analogies of. (C. Darwin) Na-
ture, 17: 388, 411.

Plant Archaeology, Count Saporta on. (A. Gray) Nation,

29: 195, 212.
Plant Beds of Western America. (J. S. Newberry) Am.

J. Sci. 107: 399.

Plant Crystals; Raphides. (T. West) Recr. Sci. i: 242.
Plant-Eaters of North America. (S. Tenney) Pop. Sci.

Mo. 10: 678.
Plant Life, Growth, and Culture. Brit. Q. II : 336.

Science and Art in relation to. (S. H. McCollester)

Univ. Q. 37: 329.

Unit in. (B. D. Halsted) Pop. Sci. Mo. 19: 543.
Plant Names, English. Once a Week, 23: 428. St

James, 47: 316. Same art. Liv. Age, 147: 502.
Plantagenet. Westm. 23: 201.

Remarks on the Name. (J. G. Nichols) Arch. 29: 32.
Plantagenet's Well ; a true Story of the Days of Richard

III. (Lady C. Howard) Gent. M. n. a. 10: 179.
Plan tagenets, Last of the. Westm. n: 50.
Plantation ; a Tale of the i6th Century. (F. Fenton) Col-
burn, 153: 1-393.

Plantations on drifting Sands. Penny M. 13: 114.
Plantation Life. (W. H. Holcombe) Knick. 57: 619.
Planter's Birthday. (T. E. Hook) Colburn, 57: i.
Planter's Daughter. Colburn, 117: 51-304.
Planter's Guide. Westm. 11:97. 13:96. Ed.R. 49:

102.

Planter's Tale. Dub. Univ. 7: 629.
Plant! n Museum, Antwerp. (W. Blades) Macmil. 38: 282.
Planting of the Acorns ; a Poem. (W. J. Milligan) Dub.

Univ. 86: 179.
Planting of the Apple-Tree; a Poem. (W. C. Bryant)

Atlan. 13: 17.
Planting waste Lands. (Sir W. Scott) Quar. 36: 558.

Quar. 37: 303.

Planty Banton; a Story. (T. Shairp) Belgra. 43: 459.
Plassington, A., Passage in Life of. Belgra. 27: 183, 338.
Plaster of Paris as an injecting Mass. (S. H. Gage) Am.

Natural. 12: 717.

Manufacture of. Eel. Engin. 5: 423. J. Frankl.

Inat. 10: 262.

in the United States. Pract. M. 3 : 234.

Plaster Figures and Casts. Penny M. 7: 394.
Plastering, Sanitary Aspects of. Am. Arch. 8: 248.
Plastic Art, Greek. Danv. Q. 1 : 479.
Plata, La, or Plate, River. See La Plata.
Plate and Plate-Bayers. Quar. 141 : 353.



Plate, Hall-Marking of. All the Year, 44: 448.

Piece of. (Sir I. C. L. Wraxall) St. James, 8: 70.
Platen, Count. Das Ende Polens, Translation of. (E.

W. Head) Fraser, 67: 612.

Poems of. (B. L. Gildersleeve) So. R. n. s. 4: 434.
Plater, Emily, Life of. (L. J. B. Case) Univ. Q. 5: 361.

Dem . R. 1 1 : 23 . (P. F. Andre) Victoria, 4:515.

Platform, The. Eel. R. 102: 94.

Platina rendered malleable. J. Frankl. Inst. 8: 226.

Platinum and its associated Metals. (Deville and De-
bray) J. Frankl. Inst.. 70: 21.

Character and Intensity of the Rays emitted by glow-

ing. (E. L. Nichols) Am. J. Sci. 118: 446.

Remarkable Nugget of. (P. Collier) Am. J. Sci. 121 :

123-

Platinum-Filling. (T. J. Vivian) Overland, 13: 164.
Platinum Metals. (W. Gibbs) Am. J. Sci. 81 : 63. 84:

341. 87: 57. 88: 81, 248.

Separation of . (Prof. Bunsen) J. Frankl. Inst. 88: 393.
Plato. (A. B. Alcott) Radical, 5 : 1 77. (O. W. Hoi mes,

jr.) University Q. 2: 205. (W. S. Tyler) Am. Bib.
Repos. 2d s. 12: 434. So. Q. n: 406. Am.
Presb. R. 3: 53. Chr. R. 24: 187. Penny M.
8: 85.

a Poem. St. Paul's, 2: 581.

Ackermann's Christian in. (T. Parker) Chr. Exam.

25= 367.

against the Atheists. (R. H. Bacon) Chr. Exam. 40:

1 08. Liv. Age, 5: 414.

and Aristotle. So. R. n. s. 9: 664. Chr. Rem. 54:

103.

and Christ. (W. C. Stiles) Univ. Q. 35: 437.

and Christianity. (J. S. Blackie)No. Brit. 35: 366.

and his Philosophy. Hogg, 10: 117.

and his Times. Westm. 114: 389.

and Platonic Philosophy. (T. D. Woolsey) Bib. Sac.

2: 527.

and Platonism. (J. C. C. Clarke) Bapt. Q. i: 22.

and Socrates, their Works and dialectic Method.

Westm. 84: 459.

Argument for Immortality. (S. Ellis) Univ. Q. 37:

389.

as a Reformer. Westm. 115: 28.

Authenticity of Works of. (W. L. Blackley) Fortn.

8: 272.

Bacon, and Bentham. (H. H. Milman) Quar. 61 : 462.

Dialogues of. For. Q. 31: 471. Same art. Eel. Mu*.

3: 161. (G. P. Young) Canad. J. n. s. 7: 477.

Sewell on. Mo. R. 1^7: 50.

Whewell's Translation. Quar. 112: 306.

Doctrine concerning God and Nature. (J. Priestley)

Theo. Repos. 4: 77.

Ethical Philosophy of. Am. Church R. 22: 175.

Euthydemus et Laches; Text and Analysis. Chr.

Rem. 51: 295.

Foreshadowings of Christianity in. Dub. Univ. 66:

243, 423. Same art. Liv. Age, 87: 70, 241.

Genius of. (H. Rogers) Ed. R. 87: 321. Same art.

Eel. M. 14: 233.

Gorgiaa, Conclusion of; translated. (N. S. Folsom)

Chr. Exam. 42: 195.
Passage in. (T. D. Woolsey) Bib. Sac. 5: 431.

Grote's. Quar. 119: 108. (J. S. Mill) Ed. R. 123:

297. No. Brit. 43^ 351. (A. Bain) Macmil. 12:
193,. 457. (W. Whewell) Fraser, 73: 411. Same
art. Eel. M. 66: 664. Month, 4: 181. (G. H.
Lewes) Fortn. 2: 169.

his Conception of a Supreme Being. (S. J. Douglass)

New Eng. 28: 539.

Influence on modern Philosophy. (C. H. Foster) No

Am. 83: 67.

Introduction to the Dialogues. Chr. Rem. 3: 609.



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Plato, Jowett's Translation of. Ed. R. 134: 303. Quar.
X 3V 49 2 - Same art. Liv. Age, 112: 131. Brit.
Q. 54: 155. (C. A. Bristed) Nation, 12: 291, 306.

(J. Rickaby) Month, 14: 369. Load. Q. 37: 79.

(F. Arnold) Dark Blue, i: 378.

Letters of. (J. Albee) Radical, 7: 321.

Life of. (Dr. Godman) Meth. Q. 20: 368.

Myths of. (B. F. Westcott) Contemp. 2: 199, 469.

on Atheism. (N. M. Williams) Chr. R. 23: 547.

on the Immortality of the Soul. (N. M. Williams)

Chr. R. 22: 507.

Orientalism of. (S. S. Hebberd) J. Spec. Philos. xz:

122.

Pannenides. (S. H. Emery, jr.) J. Spec. Philos. 6:

279.

Philosophy of. (G. W. F. Hegel) J. Spec. Philos.

4: 225, 320. Am. Presb. R. 3: 378.
and Christian Truth. (J. L. Lincoln) 3apt. Q. 8: 209.

Physics and Metaphysics of. (J. Martineau) Nat. R.

12: 457.

Ray from the Sphere of. Dub. Univ. 95: 271.

Republic of. (T. De Quincey) Blackw. 50: 40. (J.

Rickaby) Month, 16: 25." Eel. R. ZI4: 285.
Colburn, 4: 512. 5: 69.

Study of. Macmil. 24: It. Same art. Eel. M. 77:

148. (T. Lewis) Am. Whig R. 2: 163.

Taylor's. Ed. R. 14: 187.

Theactetus. (T. Lewis) Bib. Sac. 9: 468.

Views of Immortality. (T. S. King) Univ. Q. 4: 73.

Whewell's Platonic Dialogues for English Readers.

Macmil. i: 225.

Works of. (E. Pond) Princ. 36 : 209. Eraser, 7 : 1 16.

Eel. R. 67: 131.

Platonic Doctrine of Ideas. Cornh. 12: 452.

Platonic Enthusiasm. (G. W. Leibnitz) J. Spec. Philos.

3: 88.

Platonic Myths. (J. L. Lincoln) Bapt. Q. 6: 333.
Platonic Philosophy. Dub. Univ. 47: 635.

in the Epistles of St. Paul. (T. R. Beck) Ref . Q. 27: 424.
Platonic Theory of Ideas. (C. W. Guernsey) New Eng.

34 : 705-
Platonism and Christianity. Chr. R. 26: 369.

and Early Christianity. (J. C. C. Clarke) Bapt. Q. I :

257. New York R. 9: 336.

New. Bib. Sac. 2: 649.

of Philo. (J. Priestley) Theo. Repos. 4: 408.
Platonists, Cambridge. (J. Tulloch) Contemp. 17: 237.

Later, Principles of . (J. Priestley) Theo. Repos. 4: 381.
Platter, Thomas. Am. J. Educ. 5: 79.

Autobiography of. Tait, n. s. 7: 103.
Plattsburgh Bay Battle. (J. F. Cooper) Putnam, 13: 49.
Platycnemic Men in Denbighshire. (W. B. Dawkins)

Nature, 4: 388.
Plautus. (W. R. S. Ralston) Fortn. 7: 661.

Characters of. (J. Donaldson) Contemp. 30: 1013.

Comedies of. (J. L. Onderdonck) Nat. Q. 34: 72.

For. Q. 31: 199.

Riley's Translation. (G. M. Lane) Bib. Sac. 10: 306.

Play, At the. (E. Yates) Temp. Bar, 19: 476.

in old Athens. Chamb. J. 19: 155.

Practical History of a. (W. H Rideing) Lippinc. 26:

586.

A very old. (A. L. Carroll) Galaxy, 2: 530.
Plays and Players. All the Year, 17: 202, 224.

Old, Criticisms on. (R. Lytton) Fortn. 15: 221, 352.

and Playing, Realism in. (G. S. Bower) Colburn,

169: 10.

and their Providers. Fraser, 48: 342.

and Puritans. (C. Kingsley) No. Brit. 25: i.

Damned. (J. B. Matthews) Lippinc. 19: 625.

Dead. (W. Barry) St. James, 12: 312.

Examiner of. All the Year, 32: 344, 391.



Plays, Old, Who wrote our ? (F. G. Fleay) Macmil. 30:
408.

Players, and Critics. Fraser, 68: 767.

and Playwrights. (T. Hopkins) Dub. Univ. 93:

210.

Reader of. (D. Cook) Belgra. 36: 432.
See Drama; Theater.

Plays and Holidays of Children. (H. Bushnell) Am. J.

Educ. 13: 93.

Playbill, The. All the Year, 26: 606.
Playbills, Old. All the Year, 42: 64.
Played out. (J. G. Coulson) Lippinc. 23: 740.
Player, Gossip of a. (W. Abbot) Knick. 24: 266, 359,

531. 25: 14, 496. 26: no.

Life of a strolling. Fraser, 34: 253.

Players and Lookers-on. (D. Greenwell) Gent. M. n. s.

2: 354-

and Gentlemen. (D. Cook) Once a Week, 12: 706.

and Playgoers twenty-five Years ago. (J. Thornbury)

Galaxy, 21: 581.

Strange. (D. Cook) Eel. M. 97: 337.

Strolling. All the Year, 28: 37. Dub. Univ. 72: 123.
See Actors.

Player Kings and Queens. All the Year, 47: 256.
Playfair, John, Life of. Portfo.(Den.) 22: 413.

Natural Philosophy. Quar. 8: 149. Mo. R. 82: 404.

Works of. Mus. i: 193.

Playfair, Lyon, with portrait. Dub. Univ. 89: 304.

Playfair Commission. (A. G. Bowie) St. James, 36: 284.

Playgoers. All the Year, 34: 197.

Plaj'going. Fraser, 59: 249.

Playgrounds for poor Children. (S. E. De Morgan)

Good Words, 8: 727.
Playhouses and the Players. Fraser, i : 644.

and their Prospects, 1836. Colburn, 48: 165.

Licenser of. All the Year, 33: 79..
Playing and Learning. Chamb. J. 37: 243.

at Pleasure. Belgra. 6: 507.

at Soldiers. Temp. Bar, 10: 142. Same art. Eel. M.

61: 206.

for high Stakes. (A. Cudlip) Lond. Soc. zi: 1-548.

I2: 77-535-

for Love; a Story. All the Year, 39: 54.

on one String. Knick. 27: 336.

with Fire. (D. Fletcher) Overland, Z4: 31, 130.

with Fire. (H. P. Spofford) Lippinc. zs: 357.
Playing-Cards. All the Year, 37 : 303.

Curious Facts about. Ev. Sat. 5: 341.

Duties on. Once a Week, 10: 34.

Facts and Speculations about. Tait, n. s. z6: 68.

History of. Irish Q. 8: 437.

Old and new. All the Year, 42: 38.
See also Cards.

Playne, Ernest. Charold. Dub. Univ. 87: 631.
Playwriting, Advice on. Cornh. 2: 742.
Pleading, Poetry of. Colburn, 5: 200.

Reform in. (A. Dougherty) Hunt, 7: 534.
Modern. Am. Law R. z: 631.

Pleasant Hill, Battle of. (T. R. Bonner) Land We Love,
6: 7. (H. F. Bee) So. Hist. Pap. 8: 184.

Pleasant and unpleasant People. Lond. M. 5: 125.

Pleasants, J. H., with portrait. Am. Whig R. 5: 285.

Please to ring t)ie Belle. (T. Hood) Lond. M. 5: 3.

Pleasing, Pleasure of. Colburn, 59: 336.

Pleasing others in doing Good. Chr. R. 3: 247.

Pleasurable Sensations. (S. A. Roszel) So. Lit. Mess.
3: 148-

Pleasure and Desire. (H. Sidgwick) Contemp. zg: 664.

and Pain. (D. G. Brinton) J. Spec. Philos. zo: 431.

(J. Sully) Mind, z: 399.
Ultimate Sources of. Zoist. z: 129.

and Pleasure-Taking. Dub. Univ. 76: i.



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Pleasure, Cheapness of. All the Year, 13 : 349.

from witnessing Distress. (H. Holley) No. Am. 2: 59.
Pleasures and Pains, Analysis of our. Am. Mo. M. 4: 401 .

Maxims on. Chamb. J. 45: 97.

of Literary Composition. Anal. M. 3: 353. 4: 105.
Pleasure Trip of a good-uatured Man. So. Lit. Mess. 7:

387.
Plebiscite, French, 1870. (E. L. Godkin) Nation, 10: 284.

Story of. Corah. 24: 641.

Pledges, Law of. (B. F. Porter.) De Bow, 2: 224.

Pleiades. Hours at Home, 1 : 38.

Pleistocene Climate and Mammalia. (W. B. Dawkins)

Pop. Sci. R. 10 : 388.

Plessis-les-Tours, Visit to. Penny M. 8: 324.
Pleuro-Pneumonia. (M. Wyman) Am. Alma. 1861 : 80.

Inoculation for,. Liv. Age, 38: 189.

Plimsoll Agitation. (W. J. Lamport) Theo. R. II : 117.

Tinsley, 28: 159.

Pliny the Elder. Lond. Q. 16: 412. Same art. Eel. M.
54: 499. Hogg, 6: 252.

Death of. (J. Bigelow) Liv. Age, 61: 123.

Passage in, on Temple of Diana. (J. Windham) Arch.

6: 67.

Prescriptions of. All the Year, 1 : 424.

Pliny the Younger. (W. J. Brodribb) Fortn. 13 : 704.
Same art. Eel. M. 75: 330. Same art. Liv. Age,
106: 209 (H. F. Pelham) Fortn. 33: 227. Lip-
pinc. 12: 451. So. Lit. Mess. 10: 360-608.

Letters of. Dub. Univ. 87: 478. Westm. 103: 312.
to Trajan. Meth. M. 36: 289.

Plogarrian. All the Year, 25: 473-572.
Plotinus and the Neo-Platonists. Eel. R. 107: 433.
Plover, Shooting. Once a Week, 17: 696.
Plow and Wheel-Carriage, Origin of. (E. B. Tylor)
Pop. Sci. Mo. 18: 448.

Davis's Improvement in, 1833. (G. Davis) J. Frankl.

Inst. 15: 244.

History, Construction, and Management of. Pract.

M. i: 268, 361, 442. 4: 285. 5: 42.

Steam, Fowler's. Pract. M. 5: 257.
Plow-Monday. Chamb. J. 56: 55.

Plowing by Steam. (D. D. Williamson) Eel. Engin. 18:
305. (J. G. Walker) Land We Love, 4: 330.
Pract. M. 7: 254.

Plowing-Match, At a. Chamb. J. 37: 381.

Londoner at a. Once a Week, 7 : 499.

Plowden, Sir Edmund. Am. Bibliop. 1 : 272, 309, 362.

(E. D. Neill) Pennsyl. M. 5: 206.

in the Fleet. (E. D. Neill) Pennsyl. M. 5: 424.
Pluck Examination Questions. Fraser, 14: 117, 180.
Plucked. Chamb. J. 30: 145.

Plucked from the Burning; a Tale. (R. Church) Temp.

Bar, 38: 513.

Plucking, Art of . Fraser, 13: 707.
Plumage of Birds, Fatio on Form and Color of. Intel.

Obs. 10: 377. ii : 172.
Plumagery, Chinese and Aztec. (D. J. Macgowan) Am.

J. Sci. 68: 57.
Plumbing, Dangers of bad. (E.Eassie) Eel. Engin. 22: 220.

How to leave it for the Winter. Am. Arch. 8: 123.

in a first-class Boston House. Am. Arch. 5: 75, 85.

Modern. Am. Arch. 3: 101-180. 4: 11-178.
Plummer, Caroline. Am. J. Educ. 13: 73.
Plummer, John. Liv. Age, 72: 289.

Plummer, William. (E. E. Hale) No. Am. 83: 522.
with portrait, (A. H. Hoyt) N. E. Reg. 25: i.

Plummets, Aboriginal. (J. G. Henderson) Am. Natural.
6: 641.

Plump for Blinker. (T. H. S. Escott)' Belgra. 23: 222.

Plumpton Correspondence. Fraser, 56: 222.

Plumptre, Anne, Residence in France, 1802-5. (J. Fos-
ter) Eel. R. 15: 478.



Plumptre, Chas. John, with portrait. Victoria, 33: 557.
Plumptre, James, Sermons of. Eel. R. 10: 1031.
Plums and Prunes. All the Year, 14: 9.
Plumularians. (T. Hincks) Pop. Sci. R. 13: 225.
Plunder Creek : a New York Legend. Bentley, i: 121.
Plundering a la Mode. Chamb. J. 55: 625.
Plundersweiler Fair (translated from Goethe). Dub.

Univ. 8: 525.
Plunket,Abp. Oliver. (J. G. McGee) Cath.World, 13: 433.

Life and Death of. Dub. R. 29: 161.

Moran's Life of. Dub. R. 50: 423.

Plunket, Lord William C. Ed. R. 126: 151. Fraser,
18: 732. 75: 811. with portrait, Dub. Univ. 15:
258. Irish Q. 4: 142. Dub. Univ. 70: 227.
Dub. R. 61 : 49. Am. Law R. 2: 369.

Pluralist, Journal of a deceased. Dub. Univ. 6: 308.

Pluralities, Archbishop of Canterbury's Bill on. Fraser,

5= 545-

Plurality of Worlds. See Worlds.
Plutarch. Quar. no: 459. Same art. Liv. Age, 72:

435. (D. Casserly) Cath. World, n: 826. Chr.

R. 9: 551.

and his Times. Westm. 73: 430.

and unconscious Christianity of first two Centuries.

(J. Wedgwood) Contemp. 39: 45. Same art. Liv.
Age, 148: 432.

Essays of. (W. J. Brodribb) Fortn. 20: 629. Same

art. .Liv. Age, 119: 742. Same art. Ev. Sat. 15: 632.

Life, Character, and Times of. (W. S. Tyler) Meth.

Q. n : 9.

Lives; Clough's Translation. Nat. R. 10: 259. (A.

P. Peabody) No. Am. 89: 521.

Stewart and Long's Edition. (W. W. Goodwin)

Nation, 31: 395.

Morals. (W. S. Tyler) Meth. Q. 11: 457. (C. A.

Bristed) Nation, 12: 77. (T. W. Higginson) Radi-
cal, 8: 104. O. & N. 3: 477. (W. J. Brodribb)
Fortn. 20: 629.

on the Punishment of the Wicked. (H. B. Hackett)

Bib. Sac. 13: 609. (T. D. Woolsey) New Eng. 2:
631-

Theology of. (W. S. Tyler) Meth. Q. 12: 383.

Trench's. (C. A. Bristed) Nation, 17: 244.

Wyttenbach's. Ed. R. 2: 216.

Pluton Geysers of California. Am. J. Sci. 62: 153.
Plymouth, England. (R. J. King) Fraser, 87: 209.
All the Year, ai: 341.

Batter Street Dissenting Meeting at. Cong. M. 18: 585.

Breakwater at. Penny M. 1 1 : 1 79. Chamb. J. 9 : 2 1 5 .

Breakwater Fort. (S. J. Mackie) Pop. Sci. R. 10: 164.

History of . Fraser, 87: 209. Same art. Liv. Age,

116: 563.

Plymouth, Mass., and the Bay. (I. N. Tarbox) Cong.
Q. 17: 238.

and the Puritans. (A. Cary) Nat. M. 5: 508. 6: 15.

Colony of, and Pilgrim Society. (W. Cogswell) Am.

Q. Reg. n : 82.

Charter and Laws of . No. Am. 44: 537.

Fisheries of. (L. Sabine) West. J. 10: 160.

Legislation of. No. Am. 50: 336.

List of those able to bear Arms, 1643. N. E. Reg.

4: 255.
Probate Record Abstracts. (J. Winsor) N. E. Reg.

4 : 33> *72, 3*9- 5 : 2 59, 335. 3 8 5- 6: 93. l8 S- 7-

177, 235.
Records of. N. E. Reg. 9: 313.

First Church at. Cong. M. 14: 457.

Ministers of. Am. Q. Reg. 8: 155.

Pilgrims at, Cheever's. Hogg. 3: 116.

Pilgrimage to. (C. W. Philleo) Harper, 8: 36.

Thacher's Hist. of. (B.B.Thacher) Chr. Exam. 21: 65.
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Plymouth, When did the Pilgrims land at? (S. H. Gay)

Atlan. 48: 612.

Plymouth Pilgrim Society, History of. N. E. Reg. i: 114.
Plymouth Brethren. Cong. M. 25: 698.

and the Christian Ministry. Lond. Q. 31: 312.

and Lay Preaching in Ireland. Lond. Q. 27: i.

Erroneous Doctrines of. Chr. Obs. 62: 433.

in 1839. Eel. R. 69: 571. 71: 65.

Plymouth Brethrenism. Brit. Q. 58: 378. Chr. Obs.

66: 598,896. 76: 801, 881. (A. T. Bledsoe) So.

R. n. s. 21 : 253. 22: 219.
Plymouth Company's Patent. (E. D. Neill) Hist. M.

13= 278.
llvtvua, Meaning of, in the New Testament. Gen. Re-

pos. i : 296.
Pneumatic Car-Propulsion. (J. A. Whitney) Eel. Engin.

6: 263.
Pneumatic-Tube Dispatch. (S. J. Mackie) Pop. Sci. R.

3: 460. (H. Morton) J. Frankl. Inst. 83: 217.

84: 73. (R. Sabine) Nature, 3: 476. Pract. M.

2: 430. (F. G. Danvers) Eel. Engin. 6: 465.

Eel. Engin. 7: 480. Eel. M. 54: 424. St. James,

3: 185.

Passenger, Postal, etc. Pract. M. i: 445.

Scheme.of. Chamb. J. 36: 185.

Tubes for. Eel. Engin. 6: 70. 10: 129.

Movement of Air in. (C. Bontemps) Eel. Engin.

M= 3i5-
System of. Eel. Engin. 5: 417, 509.

Tubular Railway. Eel. M. 55: 536.

Pneumatic Foundations. (W. Sooy Smith) Eel. Engin.
8: 470.

Pneumatic Process of sinking Piles. (J. W. Glenn) Eel.
Engin. 10: 513.

Pneumatic Propeller for Railways. (L. Gonin) Eel. En-
gin. 24: 279.

Pneumatic Railways. Hunt, 51: 303. Pract. M. 7: 153.

Pneumatic Telegraph, Homfray's. Eel. Engin. 8: 201.

Pneumatology of the New Church. (B. F. Barrett) Mo.
Rel. M. 24: 159, 239, 386.

Po, River. (A. C. Ramsay) Macmil. 27: 125. Same art.
Liv. Age, 116: 57.

and its Tributaries. Colburn, 116: 363.
Poacher, The. Sharpe, 14: 362. 15: 32.

Poacher ; or Jutland a hundred and thirty Years since.

Blackw. 61 : 286.

Poacher's Story. Belgra. 21: 351.
Poacher's Warning; a Poem. St. James, 8: 484.
Poachers and Poaching. (H.W. Holland) Argosy, 2: 399.

Chamb. J. 57: 593.

Poaching and Game Laws, in England. Cornh. 16: 346.

on the Manor. (J. F. Waller) Dub. Univ. 50: 308.

on Mont Blanc a dozen Years ago. Fraser, 80: 97.
Poaching Adventure; a Story. Cornh. 43: 458.
Pocahontas. Bentley, 24: 41. So. Lit. Mess. 4: 227.

So. R. n. s. 6: 161.

Death of. Am. Mo. M. 2: 274.

Marriage of. (W. Robertson) Hist. M. 4: 289.

Mehlig's Painting of. O. & N. 5: 503.

Myth of, exploded. (H. Adams) No. Am. 104: n.

Pilgrimage in Quest of. (G. A. Sala) Belgra. 15: 39.
Podargus Papuensis. Penny M. 6: 105.

Podgers's Pointer. Lond. Soc. 28: 333.

Podura; Ice-Fleas. (E. Frankland) Nature, 4: 426.

Poe, Edgar Allan. Ed. R. 107: 41*9. Same art. Eel: M.

44: 388. Same art. Liv. Age, 57: 803. - with

portrait, (E. C. Stedman) Scrib. 20: 107. (W.

Minto) Fortn. 34: 69. Same art'. Liv. Age, 146:

690. Same art. Eel. M. 95: 270. (R. W.

Griswold) Internal. M. i: 325. Fraser, 55: 684.

Same art. Liv. Age, 54: 150. (J. W. Dalby) St.

James, 36: 473.



Poe, Edgar Allan. (R. H. Stoddard) Harper, 45: 557.

(W. J. Stillman) Nation, 20: 208. (J. H. In-
gram) Internat. R. 2: 145. (J. Purves) Dub. Univ.
8 5 : 336. Lond. Q. 2: 440. Tait, n. s. 22: 33.
Same art. Eel. M. 26: 115. Same art. Liv. Age,
33: 422. Nat. M. i: 362. 2: 193. Liv. Age,
41: 166. Eel. M. 84: 303. Canad. Mo. 13: 363.

Irish Q. 5: 561. So. Lit. Mess. 20: 249. (\V.
Baird) So. M. 15: 190, 428. (P. P. Cooke) So. Lit.
Mess. 14: 34. 15: 694. (J. Savage) Dem. R. 28:
66, 162. Liv. Age, 25: 77. (H. A. Huntington)
Dial (Ch.), i: 155.

and Griswold's Memoir. Temp. Bar, 41: 375. Same

art. Eel. M. 83: 203.

and N. Hawthorne. (E. Benson) Galaxy, 6: 742.

and Irving. (G. P. Lathrop) Scrib. li: 799.

and his Writings. Once a Week. 25: 404, 447.

Early Poems of. (J. H. Ingram) Gent. M. n. s. 12:

580. Same art. Ev. Sat. 16: 659.

Eureka. (W. H. Browne) N. Eel. 5: 190. (S. P.

Cutler) N. Eel. 5: 533-

Gill's Life of. Radical R. I : >9o.

House of, at Fordham. (M.J.Lamb) Appleton,i2: 75.

Last Days of. (S. A. T. Weiss) Scrib. 15: 707.

Life and Poetry of. Chamb. J. 19: 137. Same art.

Liv.-Age, 37: 157.

and Works of. So. Lit. Mess. 16: 172. So. R.

n. s. 22: 126. Hogg, 10: 97. Same art. Eel. M.
31: 263. (G. B. Smith ) Tinsley, 28: 15.

Morella; a Tale. So. Lit. Mess, i: 448.

Poems of. Am. Whig R. i: 392. 2: 79. Dub.

Univ. 42: 88.

American and English Criticism of. (A. Lamson)

Chr. Exam. 36: 390.

Politan. (J. H. Ingram) So. M. 17: 588.

The Raven. Am.Whig R. 1 : 143. Liv. Age, 6: 185.

So. Lit. Mess. 25: 331.

Recent Works on, 1880. (T. W. Higginson) Nation,

31: 360. (E. L. Didier) Internat. R. 10: 26.

Scenes from an unpublished Drama. So. Lit. Mess.

2: 13, 106.

Some Words with a Mummy. Am. Whig R. 1 : 363.

Tales of. Am. Whig R. 2 : 306. Blackw. 62 : 582.

Tales and Poems. Canad. J. n. s. 2: 103.

Unknown Poetry of. Belgra. 29: 502.

Unpublished Correspondence of . Appleton, 19: 421-

Vindication of. St. James, 37: 331.

Was he mad? (F. G. Fairfield) Scrib. 10: 690.

Writings of. (J. Purves) Dub. Univ. 86: 296.

(Mrs. E. V. Smith) No. Am. 83: 427.

Works of. Dem. R. 37: 334. (W. H. Browne) So.

M. 16: 640.
Poems, Miscellaneous. (A. Lamson) No. Am. 22: 432.

New, 1859. No. Brit. 31 : 339. Same art. Liv. Age,

64: 87.

of rural Life. Eel. R. 119: 290.

Poets and. Dub. Univ. 32: 150. Same art. Eel. M.

15: 262.
Poerio, Carlo, and the Neapolitan Police. Chr. Obs. 58:

196. Same art. Ev. Sat. 5: 9.

Poesy; a Poem. (J. R.Thompson) So. Lit. Mess. 29: 131.
Poesy, Sir Philip Sidney's Defense of. Retros. 10: 43.

Same art. Mus. 32: 343.
Poet; a Tale. So. Lit. Mess. 5: 194.

and the Mandarin. (N. P. Willis) Godey, 24: 228.

at the Breakfast Table. (O. W. Holmes) Atlan. 29:

9Q-73 1 3 : 98-720.

of Man. So. Lit. Mess. 7: 863.

of Prague: a Bohemian Legend. Fraser, 31: 106.

Passages in the History of a. Knick. 20: 321.

What makes the ? (J. Burroughs) Galaxy, 22: 55.
Poet's Destiny; a Tale. So. Lit. Mess. 5: 30.



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Poet's Haunt. Dub. Univ. 1 : 662.

Poet's Home ; a Poem. (S. Lover) Once a Week, 7: 518.

Poet's Mission. (H. Sutton) Howitt, 3: 39.

Poet's Pilgrimage. (C. Laninan) Godey, 22: 175.

Poets, American. See American Poets.

Ancient, and their ^Works. Chr. Rem. 8: 407.

and Common-Sense Men. U. S. Lit. Gaz. 2: 182.

and Critics. Ev. Sat. g: 23.

and Flowers. Chamb. J. 7: 363. 8: 10.

and Nature. Dub. R. 70: 25.

and Novelists, Smith'.*. Canad. Mo. 10: 177.

and Painters. Knipk. 62: 541.

and Peasants of Austria and Scotland. No. Brit. 36:

118.

and Poetesses, Living. Blackw. 31 : 957. Dub. Univ.

I?-' 423-

and Poetry. So. Lit. Mess. 3: 679. 7: 310.

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