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y: its Alleged causes and legal cure (1846). Less important were J. Pickering's The workingman's political economy (1847), J. Campbell's A they personal friendship and by the broad humanism of his work was John Pickering (1777-1846), a son of the more celebrated Timothy Pickering.
In Salem and in Boston John Pickering continued his literary studies, becoming by 1806 an adept in the Hebrew and probably in one or two Semiti, of which Edward Everett thereupon became the first incumbent.
Pickering's Greek and English Lexicon (1826）—a translation of Schrevelius p, including Chinese and a number of African and Pacific dialects, Pickering was one of the founders and was the first president of the Americy, it ceased with the Revolutionary period, though Du Ponceau and Pickering continued to product works of genuine scholarship, and the initia and law.
Others of this generation worked at lexicography.
John Pickering's Lexicon has already been mentioned.
Le Vieux Salomon, 593, 594
Lewars, Elsie Singmaster, 585
Lewis, Charles Bertrand, 21, 26
Lewis, Charlton Thomas, 461, 463
Lewis, M., 58
Lewis, M. G., 542
Lewis, Richard, 445
Lewis, S., 409
Lexicon (Pickering), 461
Leyh, Edward, 581
L'Hermite du Niagara, 593
Libbey, William, 159
Liberty and slavery, 339
Libin, Z., 600, 601, 604-5, 607 n., 609
Library of the late Reverend and
Learned Mr. Samuel Lee, the, 533
Phoenix, John, 7
Physical geology of the Grand Canyon district, 159
Physical Observations in the Arctic Seas, 167
Physics and politics, 181
Piatt, John James, 59
Piatt, Sarah Morgan, 59
Picayune (New Orleans), 3
Pickering, J., 437, 448, 449, 451, 461
Pickering, Timothy, 448
Pictorial Bible (Harper's), 543
Plain language from truthful James, 53
Plan and method of education, 399
Plan of daily Examinations in moral virtues, 393