, 52; beginning of Outre-Mer, 55; Hyperion, 55; returns home, 56; becomes professor of modern languages at Bowdoin College, 56; prepares his own text-books, 57; contributes to the North American Review, 58; publishes translations, 60; marries Mary S. Potter, 60; salary at Bowdoin, 64; life at Brunswick, 65, 66; writes to G. W. Greene, 67; publishes sketches in New England Magazine, 67; early sketches, 68; comparison of the Sketch Book and Outre-Mer, 69-71; a puzzle about his writings, 72-74; hisbout his wife's death, 107-111.
Potter, Eliza A., 109-111; Longfellow's letter to, 113-115; Longfellow's letter to, announcing his engagement, 172; Frances Appleton's letter to, 174, 175.
Potter, Margaret. See Thacher, Mrs. Peter.
Potter, Mary Storer. See Longfellow, Mary S. P.
Pratt, Dexter, 289.
Prescott, William H., 146, 161; on Longfellow's poems, 149.
Prothero, Canon, presides at Longfellow commemoration in Westminster Abbey, 249; accepts bust, 255.
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