legends of the Alhambra.
life of Mahomet.
life of Washington
Washington Irving was born in William Street, New York City, 3youngster a year old, his nurse had held him up in her arms while Washington was passing by on horseback, in order that the General might placut Irving's words, the father said: You did not see the spot that Washington touched.
And why not?
was the natural question.
You goose, camrnings of the youngster had become the mainstay of the family, by Washington himself to his seniors, and to his nieces.
In 1804, Irving, whrks.
For the right to publish the English edition of the Life of Washington (a work comprised in five volumes) Bentley paid the sum of £50, wn some respects the greatest of Irving's productions, the Life of Washington, was completed on his seventy-sixth birthday, 1859, and a month od the way for Irving's chief historical achievement.
The Life of Washington is not only a biography presenting with wonderful precision and c
Letters of the British spy, 190, 202, 233, 236-237
Lettsom, Dr., 192
Lewis, Meriwether, 203-205, 209, 210
Lewis [R.?], 151
Liberty, 262 n., 271
Liberty and necessity, on, 94
Liberty Tree, 167
Liberty's call, 167
Library of poetry and song, 276
Life and manners, in the West, 318
Life in Brooklyn, etc., 229
Life in New York, or the fireman on duty, 228
Life in the New world, 212
Life of Columbus (see Columbus), 258
Life of Mahomet, 257
Life of Washington, 252, 253, 258-259
Lifetime, a, 261 n. 271
Linn, Elizabeth, 292
Linn, John Blair, 165, 177
Linnaeus, 186, 195
Linwoods, the, 310
Lionel Lincoln, 297, 300
Lists of New England Magazines, 120 n.
Literary history of the American Revolution, 135 n.
Literary magazine, the, 292
Literary world, the, 239
Little Beach Bird, the, 278
Littlepage manuscripts, 304-305
Little people of the snow, 273, 281
Lives (Plutarch), 93
Lives of distinguished Amer