Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1902. Excerpt: ... GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUMES II.-XVI. Explanatory. -- In this Index the following abbreviations are • used: Early Crit. indicates Early Criticism; Maturer Crit., Maturer Criticism; Later Crit., Later Criticism; E. and M., Essays and Miscellanies; Literati and Autog., Literati and Autography; M., Marginalia; Eu., Eureka. See Vols. I. and XVII. for indices to those volumes. Abbreviations used in the Notes, ii. 298, iii. 328, iv. 274, v. 312, vi. 274, vii. 126. Abdomen, the, the seat of the soul (M.), xvi. 174. "About Critics and Criticism" (Later Crit.), xiii. 103. Abuse, personal, Johnson to Goldsmith, on (M.), xvi. 98. "Achilles' Wrath" (Later Crit.), xii. 135. "Acorn, The, " by E. O. Smith, xiii. 90. Adams, John Quincy (Autog.), xv. 160, 233. ' Address, An, delivered before the Goethean and Diagnothian Societies of Marshall College," by J. 0. Chandler (Maturer Crit.), x. 57. "Address delivered at the Annual Commencement of Dickinson College," by S. A. Roszel (Early Crit.), ix. 158. "Address delivered before the Baltimore Lyceum," etc., by Z. Collins Lee (Early Crit.), ix. 206. "Address delivered before the Students of William and Mary," etc., by Pres. Thomas R. Dew (Early Crit.), ix. 192. "Address on the Subject of a Surveying and Exploring Expedition to the Pacific Ocean and South Seas," by J. N. Reynolds (Early Crit.), ix. 306. "Adventures, The, of a Gentleman in Search of a Horse," by "Caveat Emptor" (Early Crit.), ix. 82. "Ages, The," Bryant's, ix. 269, et seq. "A. Gordon Pym, Narrative of," iii. 1. Aiktn, J., Memoir, etc., of Goldsmith (Maturer Crit.), xi. 8. Ainsworth, William Harrison, v. 225; "The Tower of London" (Maturer Crit.), x. no, 219; "Guy Fawkes," 214; his work contrasted with "Robinson Crusoe" and "Caleb Williams," 218; his "Crichton" and "JackSheppard," 214-218...
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