sensational material of the thirties—old wine in new bottles.
The annuals and all they stood for were passing rapidly.
Putnam's magazine noted in February, 1853, the great change that had come over the literature for the holiday period.
It used in Godey's lady's Book and Graham's magazine and the annuals and then to turn to Harper's magazine, established in 1850, Putnam's magazine, in 1853, and The Atlantic monthly, in 1857.
In England it was the period of Dickens and Thackeray and Readfiction of the earlier type.
A new demand had come to the short story writer; in the Introductory to the first volume of Putnam's magazine the editor announced that American writers and American themes were to predominate, adding that local reality the mood was upon him, temperamental, Celtic-souled material which he published here and there in the magazines—Harper's, Putnam's, the Atlantic, until, enlisting in one of the first regiments of volunteers, he fell in one of the earliest skirmishes
, 309, 311
Prince, Thomas, 113
Prince and the Pauper, the, 406
Princeton, 198, 208, 219, 316
Princeton review, the, 208
Princeton Theological Seminary, 208
Proceedings of the Cambridge historical Society, 77 n.
Professor at the Breakfast-Table, The, 228, 234
Prometheus (Lowell), 250
Prometheus Vinctus, 2
Prophetic pictures, the, 24
Proud, Robert, 106
Providence Gazette, the, 178
Psalm of life, the, 35
Psalm of the West, the, 338
Putnam's monthly, 247, 371, 372, 373
Pyle, Howard, 408
Q. C. Philander Doesticks, P. B.
See Thompson, Mortimer
Queen's twin, the, 383
Quincy, Edmund, 192
Quincy, Josiah, 89, 90
Rabelais Club, 229
Ramsay, Dr., David, 104, 105, 106
Randall, James Ryder, 291, 295-296, 298, 300, 30, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 311
Randolph, John 71, 85-86, 87
Ranke, Leopold, 130, 139
Rappaccini's daughter, 24