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phy, religion, and literature make clear, a new spirit was abroad in the land, and though Channing himself had caught much of it from other and earlier sources, it is certain that German philosophy and literature, some of it directly, much more of it indirectly, was, by the third decade of the century, becoming a chief influence in its dissemination.
The impetus toward things German had come, about 1819, with the return to America from Gottingen of George Ticknor, George Bancroft, and Edward Everett, young men, all of them, of brilliant parts.
The interest thus aroused was fostered by the coming to Harvard a few years later, as instructor in German, of Charles T. Follen, a political exile.
From about this time, some direct knowledge of Kant, Fichte, and Schelling, of Schleiermacher, of Goethe and Schiller — of Goethe probably more than of any other German writer-gradually began to make its way into New England, while the indirect German influence was even greater, coming in part t
f will in God and the creature, 70 n.
Essay upon projects, 93
Essay upon the Microscope, 161
Essays (Emerson), 352
Essays (Montaigne), 12
Essays Biographical and critical (Tuckerman), 244
Essays on the Constitution, 148 n.
Essays to do good, 93
Eulogium on Major-General Joseph Warren, 168
Eutaw, 315, 316
Eutaw springs, 183
Evans, Nathaniel, 122, 123, 176, 177
Evening Post, the, 261, 279
Everett, Alexander, 249
Everett, David, 236
Everett, Edward, 208, 249, 332
Exact epitome of the four Monarchies, 154
Examination into the leading principles of the Federal Constitution, an, 148
Examination of Franklin, 139
Examination of the Constitution, an, 148
Excursion, the, 213
Exercise . . . to the memory of . . .George II, an, 216
Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 2 12
Experiments and observations in electricity, etc., 96
Fable for critics, 282
Faerie Queene, 11
Fall of British tyranny, t