y and utter collapse of the Confederacy — has received additional confirmation since that portion of this work was stereotyped, through an averment of Hon. Jere.
Clemens, late U. S. Senator from Alabama, who, in a Union meeting held at the city of his residence, Huntsville, Ala., March 13, 1864, said:
Before I declare this meeort Sumter's surrender, a public proclamation that the Rebels would have possession of Washington City within a month.
He was an original Secessionist; while Senator Clemens, with most of the people of their county (Madison), clung to the Union, so long as they could with safety.
That Mr. Clemens has fabricated such a statement wMr. Clemens has fabricated such a statement with regard to two of his neighbors, by whom it might so easily be refuted, if untrue, will hardly be suggested.
V. The confidence of the Rebels--Russell on the capture of Washington.
That the speedy capture and occupation of Washington by the Confederates were confidently anticipated by their chiefs, as among the earliest and
of 1850, 203; replies to Jeff. Davis, 205; reports a bill organizing Utah, etc., 207; his Compromise measures adopted, 208; 222; Dixon's opinion of Clay's sentiments, 230-1; 265; favors the Panama Congress, 267; instructions to Minister Everett, 268; instructions to Messrs. Anderson and Sergeant, 269; letter to Leslie Combs, etc., 343-4; he likens the Union to a marriage, 857; allusion to, 399; 404; Pollard's estimate of Clay's influence, etc., 609-10.
Clayton, John M., of Del., 190.
Clemens, Hon. Jere., at Huntsville, Ala., 632.
Cleveland, Ohio, Gov. Seward's speech at, 199; John Brown's proceedings at, 288.
Clingman, Thomas L., of N. C., 308; 329 ; his prescription for free debaters, 373; allusion to, 406; 487; in Confederate Congress, 485-6; allusion to, 514.
Clinton, De Witt, allusion to, 18; 394.
Clinton, George, allusion to, 42; 264.
Clinton, George W., speech at Albany, 394-5.
Clinton Hall, N. Y., proposed meeting at, 125.
Clinton, Miss., against Abo
n, George, 95.
Chapman, J. J., 190.
Charles River the, 96.
Chaucer, Geofrey, 92.
Cheney, John, 176.
Child of the college, A, 38-68.
Child, F. J., 52, 53, 336.
Child, Mrs., Lydia Maria, 77, 102, 126.
Choules, J. O., 175.
Christ, Jesus, s18.
Church of the Disciples, the, 97.
Civil War, the, 235-270.
Clapp, Henry, 85.
Claretie, Jules, 313.
Clarke, Edward, 62.
Clarke, J. F., 86, 97, 98, 244.
Clarkson, Thomas, 327.
Clay, Henry, 136.
Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain), 284.
Cleveland, Grover, 350, 351.
Cobb, Governor, 214.
Cobden, Richard, 327.
Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice, 281.
Cogswell, J. G., 189.
Coleridge, S. T., 102, 104, 272.
Collins, J. A., 85.
Collins, William, 15.
Colombe's Birthday (Browning), 202.
Columbus, Christopher, 308.
Come-outers, the, 114.
Comte, Auguste, zoi.
Constant, Benjamin, 86.
Conway, M. D., 304, 309.
Conway, Mrs. M. D., 304.
Cooper, J. F., 41, 170, 187.
0, Felt as I strolled about after breakfast that I should be willing to go to sleep for the winter and wake up to find myself here [Dublin] again.
There is still woodchopping to be done and I hate to leave it.
Of our neighbors the Abbot Thayers, he said they live outdoors, know all birds and butterflies, and rear the latter from the chrysalis till they flutter in and out of the great sitting-room as if it were their home.
One summer we had Mark Twain for a neighbor:—
Called on Clemens.
Found him in bed where he prefers to write, a strange picturesque object, in night clothes, with curly white hair standing up over his head.
The bed was covered with written sheets which his daughter carried off at intervals, to be copied by her on typewriter, his secretary only writing his correspondence.
He often leaves off anything in the middle and begins on something else and goes back to it. He has always worked in this way and likes it.
In our early years at Dublin, the Smit
110, 111, 114-116, 183, 192.
Channing, William Ellery, the younger, 177, 264.
Chanting the Square Deific, Whitman's, 232.
Charlotte Temple, Mrs. Rowson's, 92, 241.
Chasles, M. Philarete, 244.
Chastellux, Marquis de, 54.
Chatham, Lord, 44, 45.
Child, Lydia Maria, 125, 126.
Choate, Rufus, 112.
Christabel, Coleridge's, 219.
Christianus per Ignem, Mather's, 17.
Christus: a Miystery, Longfellow's, 144.
Clara Howard, Brown's, 70.
Clarissa Harlowe, Richardson's, 251.
Clemens, Samuel M. See Mark Twain.
Cliff-dwellers, Fuller's, 255.
Closed gate, Mrs. Moulton's, 264.
Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr., 262.
Coleridge, Ernest Hartley, 43.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 35, 46, 66, 68, 69, 211, 219, 258.
Coleridge, Sara, 142.
Collins, Wilkie, 208.
Columbus, Irving's Life of, 87, 119.
Commemoration Ode, Lowell's, 225, 264.
Common sense, Paine's, 55.
Concord, Battle of, 41.
Congress, Continental, 49.
Congress, General, 45, 79.
Conspiracy of Pontiac, ext