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‘Advertiser, The Boston Daily,’ 41.

Agamenticus, 131.

Agassiz, Louis, 242, 285.

Alcott, A. Bronson, 271, 285.

Alden, Capt., John, 13,146.

Alhambra, the, 50.

Allen, Capt., 46.

America, 50-52, 65, 71, 73, 90, 91, 95, 98, 101, 106, 112, 143, 161,173, 215, 222, 248, 254-256, 259, 271, 272; series of Annuals in, 72; Longfellow addresses poets of, 77.

American Antiquarian Society, 118 note.

American Modern Language Association, 184.

American Monthly Magazine, the, 22.

Amherst College, 3.

Amsterdam, 108.

Andersen, Hans C., 193.

Andrews, William P., 234; his paper ‘On the Translation of Faust,’ quoted, 233.

Angler's Song, the, 79.

Antwerp, 161.

Appleton, Frances E. See Longfellow, Frances A.

Appleton, Nathan, 121,171.

Appleton, Thomas G., 103, 219, 273.

Arfwedson, Mr. and Mrs., 93, 95.

Arnold, Mr., 70.

Arnold, Matthew, 6.

Atchafalaya, Lake, 195.

Athenaeum Library, 285.

‘Atlantic Monthly,’ the, cited, 233 note; mentioned, 287.

Auersberg, Anton A., 161.

Austen, Mrs., Sarah, 269.

Austin, William, 64, 68 and note.

Auteuil, 46.

Bacon, Lord, 164.

Baireuth, 289.

Baltic Sea, 132.

Balzac, Honore de, 177.

Bancroft, George, 71, 112; his ‘History of the United States,’ mentioned, 143.

Bandmann, 241, 242.

Barbauld, Mrs., Anna Letitia, 62, 63.

Barlow, Joel, 23.

Barnard, Mr., 91.

Bartlett, Elizabeth. See Wadsworth, Elizabeth B.

Bartlett family, the, 13.

Beattie, James, 62.

Beaugency, 48.

Becker, Rudolph Z., 161.

Belgium, 158, 170.

Bennett, Dr., 250.

Bennoch, Mr., 250.

Bentham, Mr., 91.

Berlin, 98.

Bernadotte, King, 94.

Berryer, Antoine Pierre, 47.

Besse, 239.

Bierstadt, Mr., 221.

Bigelow, John, his Life of Bryant, cited, 146 note.

Blackwood's Magazine,’ 194.

Blair, Robert, 62.

Booth, John W., 241.

Boppard, 158, 170, 193.

Boston, 1, 4, 19, 23, 45, 67, 69, 72,81, 86, 92, 100, 129, 132, 146, 148, 167, 168, 215, 242, 278, 284, 286, 292; siege of, 116; fugitive slave cases in, 206.

‘Boston Herald,’ the, quoted, 184, 185.

Boston Public Library, 139 note, 167 note.

‘Boston Quarterly Review,’ the, 125, 126 note.

Bosworth, Dr., 111.

Bowdler, Miss, Hannah, 62.

Bowdoin, Mrs., gives fund to Bowdoin College, 45.

Bowdoin College, 17, 18, 23, 60, 61, 73; Longfellow graduates from, 37; becomes professor of modern [328] languages at, 56; Longfellow's salary at, 64.

Boxer (British brig), 14.

Bradbury, James W., 19; in debate with Longfellow, 21.

Bradley, Dean, 249.

Brattle Street, or Tory Row, Cambridge, 117, 289.

Brattleboro, Vt., 161.

Brewster, Elder, 13.

British Museum, 5.

Brittany, 158.

Brock, Thomas, 249.

Brookline, Mass., 146, 284.

Brown, Charles Brockden, 132, 143.

Brown, John, 271.

Browning, Robert, 3, 6, 216, 218, 267; compared with Longfellow, 270; Longfellow a student of, 272, 273.

Brownson, Orestes A., 125.

Bruges, 161.

Brunswick, Me., 18, 64, 69, 82, 100, 163.

Bryant, William C., 8, 23, 60, 62, 64, 80, 112, 142, 265, 294; his early poems compared with Longfellow's, 24-26; moralizing of, 133, 134; indifferent to Longfellow, 145; his ‘Selections from the American Poets,’ mentioned, 145.

Bull, Ole, 214, 215.

Burns, Robert, 7, 8, 62, 188.

Bushnell, Rev., Horace, his letter to Longfellow about the ‘Divine Tragedy,’ 245, 246.

Byron, Lord, 7, 9, 80, 280.

Cadenabbia, 223.

Cadmus (ship), 46.

Cambridge, Mass., 38, 40-42, 57, 75,82, 84, 116-118, 121, 139, 154, 160,169,172,179,181,182,187,192,203,205, 214, 215, 244, 272, 283, 289; Longfellow's address to the children of, 55; establishes himself in, 133; Longfellow's speech at the anniversary of, 290, 291; schools of, celebrate Longfellow's seventy-fifth birthday, 291.

Cambridge Tribune,’ the, 117 note.

Cambridge, Eng., 220, 288.

Campbell, Thomas, 7, 62.

Canova, Anthony, 34.

Carey & Lea, 51.

Carey and Hart, 166.

Caribbean Sea, 266.

Carlisle, Eng., 219.

Carlyle, Thomas, 87, 90, 92, 259.

Carlyle, Mrs., Thomas, 90, 92.

Carlyles, the, 91.

Carpenter, Prof. George R., 127; his ‘Longfellow,’ cited, 127 note, 166 note.

Carter, Mr. (Longfellow's teacher), 15,17.

Carter, James G., 23.

Cervantes, Miguel de, 188.

Chamberlain Collection of Autographs, 139 note.

Channing, W. Ellery, 271.

Channing, Rev. William E., 11, 164.

Chantrey, Sir, Francis, 90.

Charles River, 116, 118.

Chasles, Prof., Philarete, 195; describes Longfellow, 196,197.

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 249.

Chelsea, Eng., 90.

Chivers, Dr. Thomas H., 145; his ‘Eonchs of Ruby,’ mentioned, 143; quoted, 144.

‘Christian Examiner,’ the, 112,113 note.

Christiana, 103.

‘Christus,’ Longfellow begins, 236; appeared, 242.

Civil War, the, 65.

Clark, Mr., 221.

Clemens, Samuel L., 198.

Cleveland, Henry R., 139, 284.

Cogswell, Joseph G., 71, 81, 82.

Coleridge, Samuel T., 262, 291; his ‘Ancient Mariner,’ mentioned, 149.

Coleridge, Sara, 141.

Colman, Samuel, Longfellow's letter to, 139, 140.

Cologne, 8.

Columbian Muse,’ the, a collection of poems, 23.

Como, Lake of, 223.

Concord, Mass., 133, 271.

Condry, Capt., 102.

Congress, U. S., 11, 13.

Connecticut, 90.

Conolly, Rev. H. L., 194,195.

Constantinople, 3.

Cooper, James F., 80, 133.

Copenhagen, 93, 98, 100, 103, 105, 106.

Corby Castle, 219.

Corneille, Pierre, 65.

Cowley, Abraham, 249.

Cowper, William, 9, 15.

Craigenputtock, 90.

Craigie, Mrs., 147; Longfellow's description of, 118-120.

Craigie, Andrew, 117, 118, 122.

Craigie House, 116-123,272,279,281, [329] 283,291; resembles Mt. Vernon in situation, 116; various occupants of, 121; Longfellow's letter about elms for, 122, 123.

Crebillon, Prosper J., 121.

‘Cross of Snow,’ the, 211, 212.

Crowninshield, Clara, 83, 92, 95, 106, 110.

Croydon, Eng., 88.

Cushing, Miss, 61.

Cushman, Bezaleel, 17, 60.

Cutler, Mr., 140.

Cuyp, Albert, 142.

Dana, Richard H., 80, 133.

Dannemora, iron mines of, 97.

Dante, 214, 230, 234; Longfellow translates, 207, 225.

Dartmouth College, 17.

Dawes, Rufus, 23.

Delphi, 31.

Dessau, ‘Spanish Student’ performed in, 188.

Devereux Farm, Marblehead, 201.

Devonshire, 223.

‘Dial,’ the, 125, 133, 145.

Dickens, Charles, 170, 284.

Diderot, Denis, 121.

Digby, Kenelm H., on Longfellow, 142.

Dobell, Sydney, 282.

Dryden, John, 9, 249.

Dublin, Ire., 167.

Duxbury, Mass., 12.

Dwight, John, 286.

Dwight, Rev., Timothy, 14, 23.

Eden Hall, 219.

Edgeworth, Miss, Maria, 62.

Edinburgh, 8, 233.

Edinburgh Review,’ the, 90.

Edrehi, Israel, 214.

Eichhorn, Prof., 46.

Eliot, Charles W., quoted, 184, 185.

Eliot, Samuel A., 182.

Elmwood, Cambridge, 168.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1, 6, 75,164, 192, 196, 209, 259, 271, 285, 292, 294; on ‘Kavanagh,’ 199; his influence upon literature, 261, 262; lectures in Cambridge, 272.

England, 7, 12, 33, 71, 72, 101, 167, 170, 195, 214, 223, 248, 252, 255, 257, 259, 260, 263; Lake poets of, 9.

Enterprise (ship), 14.

Erskine, Mr., 95.

Esther Wynne's Love Letters,’ mentioned, 122.

Europe, 1, 20, 45, 46, 52, 56, 60, 65, 71, 73, 78, 84, 86, 87, 101, 104,120, 147, 160, 170, 190, 210, 241, 260, 271, 294.

Eustaphieve, Miss, 20.

‘Evangeline,’ 194, 209, 210, 221, 258, 280, 285; criticism on, 197; publication of, 200.

Everett, Mrs., Alexander, 50.

Everett, Edward, 71,118, 178.

‘Every Other Saturday,’ 22 note, 36 note, 64 note.

Federalists, the, 11.

Fellows, Mrs., 17.

Felton, Prof. Cornelius C., 70, 112, 119, 139, 146, 156, 162, 168, 272, 284, 285; aids Longfellow in his work, 173, 191.

Ferguson, Mr., 224.

Fields, James T., 224, 240, 241.

Fields, Mrs. James T., 191.

Florence, Italy, 223.

Florian, John P. C. de, 121.

‘Footsteps of Angels,’ 112.

‘Foreign Quarterly Review,’ the, mentioned, 168.

Forster, John, 168, 241.

Frazer, Mr., 89.

France, 48, 55, 98, 155, 158, 252, 259.

Franklin, Benjamin, 6.

Freiligrath, Ferdinand, 161, 193, 271; on ‘Hiawatha,’ 209; Longfellow writes about Dante translations to, 225, 226.

Freneau, Philip, 23.

‘Frugal Housewife,’ the, 121.

Fuller, Margaret. See Ossoli.

Fulton, Robert, 6.

Furness, Rev. W. H., 192.

Furness Abbey, 219.

Garrison, William L., 285; his ‘Liberator,’ mentioned, 163,166; his Memoirs, cited, 167 note.

‘Gazette, United States Literary,’ the, 23-26, 29 note, 41; Longfellow contributes to, 27.

Georgia (State), 143.

Germany, 8, 50-52, 65, 71, 98, 125, 142, 156, 170, 199.

Gervinus, George G., 112.

Gladstone, William E., 221.

Gloucester, Mass., 264.

Goddard, William, 97.

Goethe, John Wolfgang von, 64, 92, 112, 234, 289; his ‘Werther,’ mentioned, 120; quoted, 233.

Goldsmith, Oliver, 50, 62.

Goodrich, Samuel G., 72; his [330] ‘Recollections of a Lifetime,’ mentioned, 74.

Gorges, Thomas, 131.

Gongora, Luis de, 68.

Gothenburg, 97, 101-103.

Gottingen, 52.

Gower, Sir, Ronald, his ‘My Reminiscences’ quoted, 279-281.

Graham, Mr., 158.

Graham's Magazine,’ 164, 193.

Grant, General Ulysses S., 6.

Granville, Earl, 254; offers Longfellow bust to the Dean, 250, 251.

Gray, J. C., 86.

Gray, Thomas, 62, 252.

Great Britain, 8.

Greece, 31, 33.

Green, Priscilla, 210.

Green, Samuel S., 118 note.

Greene, George W., 72, 74, 113,148; his ‘Life of Nathanael Greene,’ quoted, 53, 54; Longfellow writes to, 57, 59, 67, 244.

Greenleaf, Mrs. Mary (Longfellow), 92.

Griffin, J., 69.

Griswold, Rufus W., his ‘Correspondence,’ cited, 143 note, 145 note, 168 note, 192 note.

Grosvenor, Edwin A., 3.

Gustavus III., 95, 96.

Gustavus IV., 96.

Habersham, Henry N. 119.

Haga, 95, 96.

Hagalund, 96.

Hall of Fame, the, 6, 248.

Halleck, Fitz-Greene, on ‘Skeleton in Armor,’ 141.

Hamburg, 106, 108.

Hampshire County, Eng., 12.

Harper and Brothers, 166.

Hartford, Conn., 245.

Hartford Convention, the, 11.

Harvard College or University, 11, 12, 46, 57, 156, 159, 184, 215; library, 70; invites Longfellow to become professor, 84, 85; Longfellow elected to professorship of, 86; Longfellow as an organizer in, 176; early elective system in, 178, 179; Longfellow's letters to President and Fellows of, 179, 180,203-205; their reply, 180-182; Longfellow on elective system of, 182, 183.

Harvard College Papers, quoted, 84-87, 122, 123,151-160,179-183, 203-206.

Harvard Graduates' Magazine, 71 note.

Havre, 46, 158.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 7, 18, 44, 53, 64, 68, 133, 134, 193, 198, 209, 272, 285, 294; his ‘Twice-Told Tales,’ mentioned, 72, 130; on ‘Voices of the Night,’ 141; married, 162; suggests ‘Evangeline’ to Longfellow, 194,195; on ‘Kavanagh,’ 199.

Healy, George P. A., 223.

Heard, Tom, 131.

Heath, Mr., ‘Book of Beauty,’ mentioned, 121.

Heidelberg, 111, 113, 128.

Herwegh, Georg, 161.

‘Hiawatha,’ 187, 221, 258; commenced, 208; newspapers on, 209.

Hillard, George S., 168, 284.

Hilliard, Gray & Co., 69.

Hingham, Mass., 61.

Hirm, Me., 12.

Holm, Saxe, 122.

Holmes, Dr., Oliver Wendell, 1, 6, 57, 68, 146, 197, 273, 285, 294; on ‘Evangeline,’ 194; on Longfellow, 287.

‘Home Circle,’ the, quoted, 279.

Homer, 5, 235.

Hook, Theodore, 10.

Horace, 19, 45.

Howe, Dr. Samuel G., 284.

Howe family, 214.

Howells, William D., 126, 198; on ‘Kavanagh,’ 200.

Hudson River, 132, 248.

Hughes, Mr., 96.

Hugo, Victor, 3, 5,

Humphreys, David, 23.

Hunt, Helen, 122.

Huron, Lake, 209.

‘Hyperion,’ 55, 112, 113, 127, 134, 137-139, 171, 175, 260, 288; new literary style in, 70; development of, 124; criticism of, 125, 126; turgid rhetoric of, 128.

India, 215.

Indians, 18, 79, 129,132; Longfellow's plea for, 21; Longfellow plans poem about, 207, 208.

Innsbruck, 223.

Interlaken, 8.

Irving, Washington, 7, 18, 46, 68, 80, 89, 132, 133, 249; Longfellow imitates, 26, 27; speaks of Longfellow, 50; his Sketch Book [331] compared with Longfellow's ‘Outre-Mer,’ 69-71.

Italy, 33, 50, 55, 65, 96, 142, 223.

Jamaica Plain, Mass., 146.

James, G. P. R., 237.

Janin, Jules, 161.

Jefferson, Thomas, 6.

Jewett, Sarah O., 198.

Johnson, Eastman, 272.

Jones, J. A., 23.

Jones, Sir, William, 43; his Letters, 42.

Joubert, J., his ‘Pensees,’ quoted, 235.

Keats, John, 280.

Kemble, Mrs., 200.

Kent, Duke of, 118.

Khayyam, Omar, 282.

Kiel, 108.

Kingsley, Rev., Charles, 237.

Knickerbocker,’ the, 140.

Korner, Charles Theodore, 64.

Kossuth, Louis, 173.

Lafayette, Marquis de, 52.

Lamartine, Alphonse M. L. de, 161.

Lawrence, Sir, Thomas, 207.

Lawton, William C., 234, 266; his ‘The New England Poets,’ cited, 234 note, 265 note.

Lenau, Nicholas, 161.

Leopold, King of the Belgiums, 195.

Lincoln, Abraham, 6.

Liston, Sir, Robert, 93.

Liszt, Abbe, 223.

Liverpool, Eng., 219.

Locke, John, 55.

Loire, the river, 49.

London, 2, 8, 87, 88, 91, 92, 103,105, 106, 170, 209, 210, 221, 223, 241, 245, 278.

Longfellow, Alexander W., 83, 129.

Longfellow, Alice M., 117 note, 209.

Longfellow, Fanny, 201.

Longfellow, Frances A., Longfellow's engagement to, 171, 172; appearance, 173; assists her husband, 173; her letter to Eliza Potter, 174, 175; death, 211.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, birth of, 11; youth, 14-18; first poem on American subject, 17; college life, 18-20; shows American feeling in his Commencement oration, 21; early writings, 22; offers poems anonymously, 23; selections appear in Miscellaneous Poems, 23; his early poems compared with Bryant's, 24-26; one of his poems attributed to Bryant, 27; involuntary imitation of Bryant, 27; contributes articles in Irving's style, 27; letter to, from Jared Sparks, declining article, 29, 30; his ‘Our Native Writers,’ 30-36; graduates from Bowdoin, 37; literature his definite purpose, 37; writes to his father about his profession, 38-40, 41, 43; father's reply, 40, 41; first visit to Europe to prepare for Bowdoin professorship, 45; writes to his mother, 46, 47; enjoyment of France, 48-50; begins his studies in Germany, 51, 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; his ‘Defence of Poetry,’ 75-80; project of taking the Round Hill School, 81, 82; position in regard to temperance, 83; his wife's letter about ‘Outre-Mer,’ 83; letter inviting him to become a professor at Harvard, 84, 85; his reply, 85-87; his first book, 87; second visit to Europe, 87-106; letter to his mother, 97, 98; his wife's illness and death, 107-111; buries himself in studies, 112; returns home, 113; his letter about his wife, 113-115; settles in Craigie House, 116; description of Mrs. Craigie, 118-120; interest in Craigie estate, 122, 123; his ‘Hyperion,’ 124-134; his letter to his wife's sister, 129, 130; on ‘Twice-Told Tales,’ 130-132; his desire for a national literature, 133; his best piece of prose, 135, 136; literary projects, 137; letter about ‘Hyperion,’ 139,140; criticisms of, 141-143; his relation with Bryant, 145,146; social side, 146, [332] 147; costume of, 147; suggestions for poems, 149, 150; college duties, 150-155; asks for leave of absence, 155, 156; sails for Europe, 157; asks for further leave of absence, 157, 158; the ‘Spanish Student,’ 162; returns home, 162; anti-slavery poems, 163-165; abolitionists on, 166; Irish abolitionist on, 167; intimacy with Lowell, 169; announces his engagement and marriage to Frances Appleton, 171, 172; aided in ‘Poets and Poetry of Europe,’ 173; in the class room, 176-179; letters about college work, 179-183; letter about elective system, 182, 183; finds college work monotonous, 186, 187; writes about his ‘Spanish Student,’ 188, 189; his ‘Poets and Poetry of Europe,’ 189-191; his fame, 192; ‘Evangeline,’ 194, 195; compared with Scandinavian poets, 196, 197; ‘Kavanagh,’ 198-200; resigns professorship, 202-207; begins ‘Hiawatha,’ 208; writes ‘The Courtship of Miles Standish,’ 210; death of his wife, 211; shorter poems, 213-218; sails for Europe, 219; speech by, 219,220; receives honorary degree at Cambridge, Eng., 220, 221; English praise for, 221-223; receives honorary degree at Oxford, 223; arrives home, 223; works on Dante translation, 225; friendly criticism, 226, 227; comparison of early with late translations, 229-231; comparison with Norton's translation, 231, 232; ‘Christus,’ 236-238, 242, 243; ‘New England Tragedies,’ 239; requests for autographs, 240, 275, 276; ‘The Divine Tragedy,’ 244; criticisms of ‘The Divine Tragedy,’ 245, 246; commemorated in Westminster Abbey, 248-257; his works essentially American, 258-260; interested in loal affairs, 260; dislikes English criticism of our literature, 263, 264; manner in which his poems came to him, 264,265; his alterations, 266, 267; compared with Browning, 270; relations with Whittier and Emerson, 271, 272; on Browning, 272, 273; on Tennyson, 273; his table-talk, 273-275; unpublished poems, 276; descriptions of, 278, 279; his works popular, 280; Cardinal Wiseman on, 281; resembles Turgenieff, 282; home life, 282-285; member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Spanish Academy, 288; removal of ‘spreading chestnut-tree’ and armchair made, 289, 290; his speech at Cambridge anniversary, 290, 291; his study, 291, 292; as a man, 292, 293; sickness, 293; death, 294.

Longfellow, Mary S. P., 172; school-mate of Longfellow, 60; becomes Longfellow's wife, 60; description of, 61; her books, 62-64; begins housekeeping, 66; her letter about the Round Hill School, 81, 82; her letter about Longfellow's ‘Outre-Mer,’ 83; her letters about their European trip, 88-106; her illness and death, 107-111; H. W. Longfellow's letter about, 113-115; her journals destroyed, 170.

Longfellow, Rev., Samuel, 71, 91, 92, 106; his memoir of his brother, cited, 30 note, 85 note, 99 note, 189 note, 191 note, 199 note, 207 note, 224 note; quoted, 37, 38, 41-43,48-52, 113, 124,126, 141, 145, 147, 148, 165, 168, 191, 192, 202, 203, 219-222, 226, 242, 245, 246, 257, 263, 264, 266, 276.

Longfellow, Stephen, 11, 13, 14, 17, 97; spelling of name, 11; letters to, from H. W. L. about his profession, 38-43; his reply, 40, 41; Mary S. P. Longfellow's letter to, 98, 99.

Longfellow, Judge, Stephen, appearance of, 13.

Longfellow, William, 12.

Longfellow, Zilpah (Wadsworth), 11, 87, 99; description of, 15; Longfellow writes to, 46, 47; Mary S. P. Longfellow's letter to, about European trip, 88-97; H. W. L.'s letter to, 97, 98.

Longfellow family, 60.

Longfellow Memorial Association, 121.

Louis the Sixteenth, 47.

‘Lover's Seat,’ the, cited, 143 note.

Lowell, John A., 182.

Lowell, James R., 1, 6, 57, 59, 82, 146, 192, 197, 211, 223, 228, 248, 251, 271, 273, 285, 294; intimacy with Longfellow, 168, 169; on [333] Longfellow's Dante translations, 227; expresses gratitude for honor done to Longfellow, 251-255; likes English ways, 260, 261, Poe's influence on, 268; his literary alterations, 269.

Lowell, Miss, Sally, 121.

Lucerne, 8.

Lugano, 224.

Lundy, Benjamin, his ‘Genius of Universal Emancipation,’ mentioned, 163.

Lunt, George, 165.

Lyly, John, 55.

McHenry, Dr., James, praises Longfellow, 22.

McLane, Mr., 118.

Madrid, 50.

Maine, 11, 17, 208; Cumberland County, 220.

Maler River, the, 93.

Malherbe, Francis de, 191.

Marienberg, 157, 161, 170.

Marseilles, 3, 94.

Marshall, Emily, 19.

Marshall, Chief Justice, John, 6.

Massachusetts, 186; Legislature, 11.

Mather, Cotton, 138,239; his ‘Magnalia,’ mentioned, 149.

Matsys, Quintin, 161.

Mayence, 162.

Mayflower (ship), 13.

Medici, Cosmo de, 164.

Mellen, Mr., 140.

Mellen, Judge, 17.

Mellen, Frederic, 17.

Mellen, Grenville, 23.

Menzel, Charles Adolphus, his ‘History of German Literature,’ mentioned, 112.

Mexico, 263.

Middleton, Thomas, 188.

Milton, John, 268.

Mittermaier, Karl J. A., 112.

Moliere, Jean B. P. de, 121,176.

Montalvan, John P. de, 188.

Monti, Prof., Luigi, 215.

Moore, Thomas, 8, 62.

More, Hannah, 15, 121.

Morris, William, 6.

Morton, Eng., 219.

Motley, John L., 287.

Mt. Vernon, position similar to Craigie House, 116.

Mullins, Priscilla, 146.

Mussey, Dr., 83.

Nahant, Mass., 187, 205, 244.

Naples, 53, 223.

New England, 14, 36, 47, 78, 116, 131, 199; Longfellow's plan of sketches about, 51; traditions of, 130; fugitive slave agitation in, 186.

New England Magazine,’ 67 and note, 68, 69 note.

New York City, 23, 45, 69, 70, 140, 149, 164, 188, 219.

New York, 149.

New York University, 6.

‘New York Independent,’ the, 5 note.

‘New York Review,’ the, 140.

Newburyport, Mass., 102.

Ney, Marshal, 47.

Niagara, 264.

Niccolini, 54.

Nichols, Rev. Dr., Ichabod, 91.

Nimmo, William P., 8.

‘North American Review,’ the, mentioned, 29, 87, 134, 137, 258; quoted, 70, 71, 130-132, 144, 145, 200; cited, 126 note; Longfellow contributes to, 58, 75-77; criticism of Longfellow in, 70.

Northampton, Mass., 81, 82.

Norton, Hon. Mrs., 195.

Norton, Prof., Andrews, 109, 192.

Norton, Prof. Charles E., 192; on Longfellow's Dante translation, 227; his translation compared with Longfellow's, 231, 232.

Nuremberg, 8.

Oehlenschlaeger, Adam G., compared with Longfellow, 196, 197.

Ohio, 275.

Ojibway chief, 208; Indians enact ‘Hiawatha,’ 209.

Orleans, 48.

Ossian, 15.

Ossoli, Margaret Fuller, 138,260; criticizes Longfellow, 52, 163.

‘Our Native Writers,’ Longfellow's oration, 21, 22; quoted, 30-36.

‘Outre-Mer,’ 55, 67, 71, 73, 119,121, 124, 193; comparison of, with Irving's ‘Sketch Book,’ 69, 70; Mrs. Longfellow's letter about, 83.

Oxford, Eng., 223, 288.

Packard, Prof., Alpheus, 61.

Paris, 46-48, 63, 158, 161, 223.

Parker, Theodore, 285.

Parsons, Theophilus, 23, 27.

Parsons, Thomas W., 209, 214, 215.

Paul, Jean, 199, 289. [334]

Payne, John, 131.

Peabody, Rev. O. W. B., 70.

Percival, James Gates, 19, 23, 27, 145.

Pfizer, Ludwig, his ‘Junggesell,’ mentioned, 149.

Philadelphia, Pa., 22, 51, 132, 164, 166, 192, 193, 264.

Phillips, Wendell, 285.

Pierce, Mrs. Anne (Longfellow), 91, 92, 100.

Pierce, George W., 81, 91, 99,112.

Pierpont, Rev., John, 145.

Platen, Count von, 191.

Pliny, 54.

Plymouth, Mass., 12.

Poe, Edgar A., 6, 10, 142-144, 168, 259, 267, 269, 276; admiration of Longfellow, 141; influence of, 268.

Pope, Alexander, 40.

Portland, Me., 11, 13, 14, 19, 57, 60,

61, 87, 98, 106, 172, 189.

Portland Academy, 15-17.

Portland Gazette,’ the, 22.

Potomac River, 116.

Potter, Anne (Storer), 60.

Potter, Hon., Barrett, 60, 63; Longfellow's letter to, about 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.

Pulaski, Casimir, Count, 27.

Pulszky, Madame, her ‘White, Red, and Black,’ cited, 173 note.

Pushmataha, 79.

Quincy, Edmund, 285.

Quincy, Josiah, 122, 178; his letter to Longfellow offering professorship, 84, 85; Longfellow's letters to, 85-87, 155, 157, 158; his letter to Longfellow about absence, 159, 160.

Quincy, Mrs., Josiah, 133, 158.

Quincy, Miss, 158.

Racine, Jean, 65, 176.

Raleigh, Va., 82.

Raynes, Capt., 131.

Reboul, of Nimes, 191.

Reed, E. J., 224.

Revolution, American, the, 12,117.

Rhine River, 131, 170, 193.

Richter, Jean Paul, 64, 112, 113, 127.

Riddle, George, 290.

Riedesel, Baroness, 117.

Robert College, 3.

Robinson, Rowland, 198.

Rolfe, Prof. William J., 8; on Longfellow, 287, 288.

Rome, 132, 148, 215, 223.

Rosendale, 94.

Rossetti, Dante G., 190.

Rotterdam, 107, 111.

Round Hill School, 81.

Routledge, Mr., 245.

Rubens, Peter P., 161.

Ruskin, John, 238, 262, 286; his ‘Modern Painters,’ quoted, 237.

Russia, 43.

Russia, steamer, 219.

Sachs, Hans, 234.

Sacobezon, an Indian chief, 207.

Sailly, Madame de, 47.

St. Gothard Pass, 223.

Salem, Mass., 240.

Sannazaro, J., 54.

Savannah, Ga., 119.

Scherb, Emmanuel V., 239.

Schlosser, Friedrich Christoph, 112.

‘Schoolmaster,’ the, 67, 68.

Scott, Sir, Walter, 7, 265.

Scudder, Horace E., 24, 73, 243; his ‘Longfellow and his Art,’ mentioned, 53; his ‘Men and Letters,’ cited, 54 note; quoted, 261; his ‘Lowell,’ cited, 168 note; on Longfellow, 269.

Sebago Pond, 51.

Sevigne, Madame de, 121.

Shakespeare, William, 2, 5, 8, 32, 66.

Shelley, Percy B., 9, 262, 280.

Shepley, Rev., David, 19.

Sidney, Sir, Philip, 77; his ‘Defence of Poesy,’ mentioned, 75.

Skinner, Mrs., 88.

Solis, Anthony de, 188.

Southey, Robert, 7, 46.

Spain, 50, 55, 66, 83.

Sparks, Jared, 118, 178; letter from, to Longfellow, 29, 30.

‘Spectator,’ the London, 69.

Stackelberg, Baron, 95. [335]

Stael, Madame de, 121.

Stephenson, Samuel, 14.

Stettin, 98.

Stockoe, Mr., 95.

Stockoe, Mrs., 95.

Stockholm, 90, 92, 96, 97, 102, 103, 108.

Storer, Robert, 101.

Story, Judge, Joseph, 11, 86.

Strasburg, 8.

Strasburg Cathedral, 238.

Sudbury, Mass., 214, 215.

Sumner, Charles, 57, 80, 146, 147, 162, 164, 173, 206, 216, 271, 272, 284, 289, 292, 294; elected to U. S. Senate, 186; on ‘Evangeline,’ 195; struck down in Senate, 240.

Sweden, 87, 94, 101, 105,135; Longfellow's opinion of, 97.

Swinburne, A. C., 6, 216, 218.

Switzerland, 8, 113, 171, 223, 263.

Symons, Capt., 92.

Talleyrand, Prince, 118.

Tasso, Torquato, 54.

Taylor, Bayard, 143, 209.

Taylor, Miss, Emily, 62.

Taylor, Thomas, 131.

Tecumseh, 77.

Tegner, Esaias, 196; Longfellow's review of his ‘Frithiof's Saga,’ 134.

Tennyson, Alfred, 3, 6,9, 139, 216-218, 270; his remark about short poems, 268; his ‘Life,’ quoted, 268; description of, 282.

Thacher, Mrs., Peter, 109, 111; Longfellow's letters to, 129, 130,148, 169-171.

Thierry, Amedee S. D., 193.

Thomson, James, 8.

Thoreau, Henry D., 133, 271, 285; his definition of poetry, 277.

Thorp, John G., 215.

Ticknor, Prof., George, 57, 71, 75, 85, 86, 112, 153; Longfellow dines with, 45, 46; resigns from Harvard College, 84; attracted by

Longfellow's translations, 87; elective system tried by, 178.

‘Token,’ the, 72-74.

Tolstoi, Count, 197.

Tours, 48.

Treadwell, Prof., Daniel, 214.

Tripoli, 14.

Trumbull, John, 23.

Turgenieff, Ivan S., resembled Longfellow in looks, 282.

Tyrol, the, 113.

Uhland, Johann L., 161, 219; his ‘Das Gluck von Edenhall,’ mentioned, 149.

United States, 116, 240, 250, 251, 255; Sumner elected to Senate of, 186.

University Hall, Cambridge, 176.

Upsala, University of, 97.

Van Winkle, C. S., 69.

Vassall, Col., John, 116.

Venice, 223, 286.

Vere, Aubrey de, 141.

Vere, Schele de, 204.

Vevey, 241.

Victoria, Queen, 118, 221.

Virgil, 54,194.

Virginia, 81, 271.

Vogelwied, Walter von der, 238,287.

‘Voices of the Night,’ 138, 177, 213, 228, 260; commenced, 137; success of, 141; publication of, 145.

Voltaire, Francis M. A. de, 112,120, 121.

Wadsworth, Christopher, 12.

Wadsworth, Elizabeth B., 12.

Wadsworth, Henry, 14.

Wadsworth, Miss, Lucia, 97, 99; Mary S. P. Longfellow's letter to, 100-106.

Wadsworth, Gen., Peleg, 12, 18; appearance of, 13.

Wadsworth, Zilpah. See Longfellow, Zilpah W.

Wadsworth family, 13.

Wales, Prince of, 221.

Wales, Henry W., 215.

Walker, Rev., James, 178, 203; Longfellow's letters to, 204-206.,

Ward, Samuel, 149, 164, 188.

Wardell, John, 131.

Washington, George, 6, 292; headquarters at Craigie House, 116, 117.

Washington, Martha, 117.

Washington, D. C., 79.

Webb, Richard D., criticizes Longfellow's anti-slavery poems, 167.

Webster, Daniel, 6.

Weimar, 289.

Weld, Miss, Emeline, describes Mrs. Longfellow, 64.

Wells, George W., Longfellow writes to, 37.

Wendell, Prof., Barrett, 142; his ‘Literary History of America,’ cited, 142 note.

Wesselhoeft, Dr., Robert, 161. [336]

West Point, N. Y., 18.

Westminster Abbey, service of commemoration for Longfellow at, 248-257.

Weston, Miss Anne W., 167.

Weston Mss., cited, 167 note.

White Mountains, 51, 132.

Whitman, Walt, 6, 10, 276.

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1, 6, 68, 134, 168, 258, 265, 267, 285, 294; thanks Longfellow for his antislavery poems, 167; his literary position, 259; relations with Longfellow, 271.

Wijk, Mr., 101-103.

Wijk, Mrs., 102, 103.

Wilcox, Carlos, 145.

Wilde, Oscar, 292.

Wilkins, Mary, 198.

Willis, Nathaniel P., 8, 19, 89, 90, 247.

Windsor Castle, 221.

Winter, William, on Longfellow's unpublished poems, 276.

Winthrop, R. C., 222.

Wiseman, Cardinal, on Longfellow, 281.

Worcester, Joseph E., 121.

Worcester, Noah, 63, 64.

Worcester, Mass., 118 note.

Wordsworth, William, 7-10, 80, 266.

York Cathedral, 224.

Yorkshire County, Eng., 11.

Zedlitz, Joseph C., 161.

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