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Israfel: The Life and Times of Edgar Allan Poe (1926, reissued 1934) is a book by Hervey Allen on the life of Edgar Allan Poe.

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Titles of hooks by Poe are in capitals and small capitals. Titles of stories, poems, and articles by Poe are all in italic. Titles of books, stories, poems, etc., by others are all in italic, the name of the author being given where it does not already occur in the title. The names of newspapers and magazines are also in italic. American newspapers and periodicals are listed under title, not under city of publication.


Abbot, Mr., astronomer: 413 Abbott, Edward: 717 Abraham, Charles Z.: 688 Adams, Dr., Mayor of Richmond: 100 Adams, John: 121 Adams, John Quincy: 251, 322 Addison, Joseph: 82, 3SS Adelphi House, New Yotk: 340 Adventures of a Poet, The, by F. W. Thomas: 710

Afloat in the Forest by Captain Mayne Reid: 391

Al Aaraaf: 180, 207, 250, 533, 664; quoted: 141, 209, 210, 335; published: 146, 209- 212; attempts to publish: 197-199, 203, 204, 205; reviewed: 207, 209, 211, 259, 284, 439, 719; read to Boston Lyceum: 529

Alburger, Mr., Poe’s landlord: 429, 461 Alciphron by Thomas Moore, reviewed by Poe: 382, 407

Alderman, Dr. Edwin A.: 121 Alexander, Charles, printer: 365, 378, 391, 431

Alexander's Weekly Messenger: 347, 361, 383,409; Poe in: 174 Allan & Ellis: 63, 73

Allan, Frances Keeling (Mrs. John), foster- mother of Poe: 32, 47, 53-56, 61, 64, 83, 86, 107, 118, 152, 153, 187, 273, 303, 362, 478, 595, 611, 664; urges Poe’s adoption: 16, 28, 35, 36, 37, 42; takes Poe at death of mother: 18-20, 653, 699; described: 28; receives letter from Eliza Poe: 38, 207, 699; and Poe: 40, 41, 48, 58-60, 70, 115, 136, 147, 161, 219; early influence of, on Poe: 43, 44, 84; illness of: 62, 71, 72, 76, 77, 92, 104, 117, ISO, 162, 185, 682; learns of husband’s faithlessness: 95; accom- panies Poe to University: 120, 122, 148; helps Poe: 112, 160; in will of William Galt: 120, 688; Poe’s memory of: 183, 206, 211, 212, 233, 236, 249, 30S, 358, 661, 665, 674; death of: 187-189, 214, 238; writes Poe: 580; an orphan: 683


Allan, John, Poe’s guardian: x, 24, 44, 70, 81, 120, 181, 222, 223, 274, 291, 292, 308, 362, 582, 611; will of: x, 226, 237, 272, 274, 279, 287-290, 685, 686-<iuoted: 691- 695 — legality of: 696-698; letter to W. H. L. Poe: 12, 101, 103, 116, 117, 261, 700; house of: 16, 22, 584, 661; meets Poe: 16; regarding adoption of Poe: 16, 20, 31, 39, 42, 699; described: 23, 134, 162, 338; estate of: 27; financial em- barrassment of: 28, 82, 96; early attitude towards Poe: 31, 32, 35, 37, 40, 41, 44, 62; sails to Portugal: 31; illegitimate children of: 35, 36, 49, 95, 195, 238, 274, 279, 694, 697; discipline of: 48, 85; to Europe with family: 53-56; in Scotland: 56-58; in England: 58, 64, 70-74, 682, 683; returns to Richmond: 73, 75-77; re- lations with the Ellises: 76, 77, 86; atti- tude towards poetry: 84, 207, 208; differ- ences with Poe: 91, 114-117, 119; Poe’s attitude towards: 95, 96, 102, 103, 112; inherits William Galt’s fortune: 96; new house of: 105, 107, 165; inkstand of: 107, 218; borrowed money from Roy- sters: 110, 702; social aspirations of: 112, 118, 181; and the University: 130, 131, 140, 220, 701, 712; and Poe’s expenses: 132-137, 148, 163, 206, 702; visits Poe at University: 144, 145; hounds Poe: 147, 153-157; and Poe’s gambling debts: 148- 150; final break with Poe: 156-161, 262; and Poe’s discharge from the Army: 181, 182, 183, 184-188, 192; moved by death of wife: 188, 189; sends Poe to West Point: 190, 191, 197, 201, 214, 218, 229; letter to Secretary of War: 196; refuses to finance Al Aaraaf: 199; corresponds with Poe: 205, 297, 309, 326, 483, 703; Poe’s last visit to: 210-215, 286-287; proposes to Miss Valentine: 214; becomes engaged to Miss Patterson: 217; second marriage ^ of: 226, 230, 259; and Sergeant Graves: 235, 236; Poe’s accusations from West Point: 236-238; affection for Poe: 238;


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Allan, 'ioYkti‘--^ont%nued Poe^s appeal to, from New York: 245; Poe’s appeal to, from Baltimore: 260, 261, 264, 265; Mrs. Clemm’s letter to: 264; helps Poe: 265, 266; death of: 266, 273,

287, 303; Poe’s last letter to: 279; sick- ness of: 279, 286; Mary Fowlds’ letter to: 682 ; elected secretary of Amiable Society Club: 684; in will of William Galt: 687- 691

Allan, Louisa Gabriella (second Mrs. John) : 162, 280, 287 ; lying statements about Poe: 193, 194, 235, 685; marriage of: 226; at- titude towards Poe: 226, 611; quarrels with Poe: 273, 274; in John Allan’s will:

288, 691-695; contests John Allan’s will: 288, 289, 290, 695, 698 ; destroys Poe’s and Frances Allan’s letters: 303; described: 611

Allan, Mary, John Allan’s sister: 32, 57, 59, 60, 72; writes John Allan: 53, 58, 683; Poe lives with: 59, 60; in will of John Allan: 289, 692, 694; in will of William Galt: 690

Allan, William Galt: 273, 280

Allen, Hervey: 168, 686, 699

Allen, Mrs., boarding-house keeper: 256

Alston, Gov. Joseph: 708

Alumni Bulletiny University of Virginia:

123, 126, 417, 430, 548, 575, 583, 590 Ambler, Dr. C. A.: 77; swims with Poe: 51, 52

Ambler, Colonel: 118

Ambler, Dr. Philip St. George: 128, 146, 320, 611

America by Robertson: 130 American, Baltimore: 260, 329, 703 American Antiquarian Society: 706, 708 American Art Association, Inc., the, cata- logue of: 10

American Artists Association: 88 American Beacon, Norfolk: 665 American Daily Advertiser: 344 American Language, The, by H. L. Mencken: 536

American Letter Mail Co.: 351 American Literature: 170, 183, 709 American Monthly Magazine: 496; Pqe in, 336

American Museum of Literature -and the Arts: 355

American Museum of Natural History ::xiv, 176

American Notes by Dick^; xiii , , American Parnassus, prop6^ an- thology: 531, 578 (see also^^erary America) .

American Quarterly jKeview: 14i|^ 200


American Whig Review: 506, 526; The Raven in: 502-504; Poe in: 589, 596, 637; fails: 640

Amiable Society Club: 684 Analectic Magazine: 343, 344 Anderson, Edwin M.: xiv Anderson, Mr.: 713 Anderson, Willie: 60 Andre, Major: 221 Angel of the Odd, The: 485 Annabel Lee: 76, 472, 635, 642, 668, 717; Poe reads: 508, 665; discussed: 559, 560 Annie** Letters, The, by Ingram: 631 “Annie,” Poe’s {see Richmond, Mrs.) Answers to Questions by A. J. Davis: 604 Anthon, Prof. Charles; Poe reviews Cicero of: 327; corresponds with Poe: 330, 332, 335, 339, 476, 477; Poe uses translation of: 339; helps Poe with Harpers: 356, 464, 476, 526 ; on staff of proposed Stylus: 590

Antigone, reviewed by Poe: 518

Appleton* s Journal: 567

Archer, Dr. Robert: 186

Archer, Mrs., quoted: 14

Archer’s shoe shop: 304

Arcturus by Mrs. Whitman, quoted: 625

Aristotle: 248

Armsmear, estate of Col. Colt, described: 479

Armstrong, Rev. Mr.: 690 Arnold, Gen. Benedict: 180, 201, 221, 223, 232

Arnold, Elizabeth {see Poe, Mrs. David) Arnold, Henry, actor, grandfather of Poe: 4, 680, 681

Arnold, James, great-great-uncle of Poe/ 680

Arnold, Mrs. Henry (Elizabeth Smith), grandmother of Poe: 4-6, 14, 680, 681 Arnold, William Henry, great-grandfather of Poe: 680 Arthur, Dr.: 563

Arthur Gordon Pym (see Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym)

Arthur*s Magazine: 563

Arthur, T. S., author and editor: 284, 335

Art Journal: 479

Askew, printer: 272

Association of West Point Graduates, the: 247

Astarte by H. B. Hirst: 422 Astor House, New York: 514, 546 Astor, John Jacob: 372 Astor Library: 519

Astoria by Washington Irving: 337, 372, 402 Atkinson^s Casket: 383, 385, 387 Atlantic Monthly: 164, 167 Atlantic Souvenir: 199, 203, 293, 346


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Atlas, Cincinnati: 660

Authors of America, In Prose and Verse, The: SS7

Autobiography of Elizabeth Oakes Smith: 2S8

Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson: 363 Aylett, Patrick Henry: 660

Bacon, Mrs. Delu S.: 263 Bailey & Waller, book-sellers: 707 Baileys, the: 432 Baker, Inman, Jr.: 100 Ballads and Other Poems by Longfellow, reviewed by Poe: 426

BaUoon Hoax, The: 108, 143, 171, 472; perpetrated: 470

Baltimore, Md., Poe in: 2S7, 2S8-272, 275- 286, 290-301, 309, 310, 670-675 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: 671 Baltimore Directory: 209 Baltimore Library: 267, 709, 710 Bank of the United States, the: 246, 254, 331, 402

Barclay, Thomas: 714 Barhyte, Mrs.: 487, 511 Barnaby Rudge by Dickens; reviewed by Poe: 410, 424, 487; Poe uses Raven of: 323, 410, 422, 487, 488 Barney, C. H.: 349

Barnum’s Hotel, Baltimore: 270, 285, 384 Barnwell, George: 7

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett (Mrs. Brown- ing) ; interest of, in Poe’s work: 488, 493, 507, 540; Poe’s reviews of: 495, 502; writes Poe: 507, 569, 573 Bathhursts, the: 576

Baudelaire, Charles: 140, 291, 299, 374, 413, 474

Bayard, Mr.: 342

Beacham, Mrs., Poe’s cousin: 275

Beachen Tree, The, by F. W. Thomas: 493

Beadle^s Monthly: 671, 673

Beale, Upton: 128

Beauchamp, Jereboam O.: 720

Bedford Hotel, London: 59

Beecher, Henry Ward: 497, 552

Beite, Mr.: 402

Beleaguered City, The, by Longfellow: 397 Bellevihe Plantation, estate of the Mayos: 217

Bells, The: 352, 391, 472, 635, 642; inspira- tion of: 595; revision of: 596, 626; sources of: 596 BeWs Surgery: 706 Bell Tavern, Richmond: 76 Belvedere, estate of Judge Washington: 85 Beltzhoover Hotel, the, Baltimore: 200 Ben Bolt by T. D. English: 366 Benjamin, Park: 516, 565


Bennett, John: xiv, 706 Benton, Sergeant: 184 Berenice: 294, 295, 299; quoted: 312 Berenice by H. B. Hirst: 423 Bergin, Mrs. Catherine: 432 Bergman, “Conchologist”; 356 Bernards, the: 664 Bianca Visconti by N. P. Willis: 497 Bible: 339

Bijou: 296, 346; Elmira Royster in: 296 Biographia Literaria by Coleridge: 249 Bird, Dr.: 459 Bird in Hand, Richmond: 3 Bisco, John, editor: 510, 511, 517, 520, 521, 531

Biscoes, Mr.: 686 Biscoes & Galt: 686 Black Cat, The: 370, 455, 526 Black, Dr. James: 690 Black, Mrs.: 690 Blackstone*s Commentaries: 706 Blackwell, Miss: 615 Blackwood* s Magazine: 106, 368, 419 Blaettermann, Professor: 122, 127, 128, 129, 133, 146

Blainville, H. M. de: 356 Blair, Parson: 79 Blair, Robert: 229 Blake’s Hotel, London: 59 Blakey, J. M.: 669 Bleak House by Dickens: 323 Bleakely, Kate: 258 Bleakely, Matthew: 258 Blessington, Lady: 497 Bliss, Elam, publisher; publishes Poe’s Poems: 235, 246, 247, 248, 250; Poe works for: 245 ; entertains Poe: 245 Blow, Mr.: 131 Blythe, Judge: 434, 447 Boal, H. W., Jr.: 203 Bogart, Mrs. C. J.: 603 Bogart, Miss Elizabeth: 542, 543 Boleyn, Anne: 67

Boll&g Hall Plantation: 149, 685, 712 Bolling Isand Plantation: 149 Bolling, Thomas, letter of: 685, 686 Bolling, Thomas, Jr.: 664, 714; and Poe: 105, 149, 152, 211; letters of, from Uni- versity: 712-714

Bolling, Col. William: 685, 712-716 Bolling, Mrs. Wiliam: 712-714 Bolling, William, Jr.: 686 Bolton, R. G.: 567

Bonaparte, Joseph, Count de Survilliers, former King of Spain: 254, 421 Bones in the Desert by Miss Lynch: 541 Boni and Liveright, publishers: 479 Bonnet, Stede: 174 Bonnycastle, Professor: 122, 133


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Book, Baltimore: 335 Book Buyer: 567 Bookman: 1, 8 Booth, Edwin: 459, 590 Booth, J. B.: 459 Boscovitch, scientist; 584 Boston and Charleston Comedians, the Company of: 5, 7, 9 Boston Latin School: 496 Boston Lyceum, the; declines Poe lecture:

461; Poe lectures before: 529, 530 Boston, Mass.; Poe bom in: 4, 9; Eliza- beth Smith’s American debut in: 4; Poe in: 160, 161, 163-167 Boston Public Library: 198 Boston Theatre, Boston: 9, 10 Boswell, James: 363 Botta, Prof. Vincenzo: 541 Boucicault, Dion: 517 Bouvier, John, printer: 54 Boyce, P. M.: 686 Bradshaw’s, Baltimore: 671 Bradsher, Dr. Earl L.: 399, 419 Brady, Mathew B., takes daguerreotype of Poe: 445, 490

Bragg, Laura M.: xiv, 176 Bransby, Rev. “Dr.” John, Poe’s English schoolmaster: 64, 68-70, 72, 172 Brennan, Martha: 482, 483-485, 491, 552 Brennan, Patrick: 482 Brennan, Mrs. Patrick: 552 ; Poe and family spends Summer with: 482-499, 511, 528, 551

Brennan, Thomas: 485 Bridal Ballad: 533

Bride of Abydos, The, by Byron: 608 Briggs, Charles F., editor; and Poe: 498, 502, 505, 509-511, 518, 532; withdraws from Broadway Journal: 521; Poe’s at- tack on, in The Literati: 549 Brisco vs. the Bank of Kentucky: 331 Broadway Journal: 549, 575; Poe in: 372, 423, 463, 485, 529, 545; Poe on: 502-533; secures interest in: 510; failure of: 530- 533, 541, 547, 561; final number of: 533, 550

Broadway National House, New York: 341 Brock, H. I.: 720 Brockenbrough, Dr.: 118 Brockenbrough, Mary: 47 Broker of Bogota, The, by Robert T. Con- rad: 516

Bronx Society of Arts, Sciences and History ^ Transactions of the: 567 Brook Farm, The, reviewed by Poe: 532 Brooks, Mrs. Maria: 515 Brooks, Dr. Nathan C., editor: 285, 355, 362, 367, 368; quoted: 161; Poe calls on: 216, 671; corresponds with Poe: 251, 342, 354


Brown, Capt. Thomas: 356 Brown, Charles Brockden: 106, 346 Brown, James H.: 691 Browne, “Pagoda-Arcade”: 365, 369, 404 Browne, W. Hand: 672 Brownings, the (see Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett)

Brown University: xiv, 604 Bryan, Daniel: 386, 426, 427 Bryant, William Cullen: 335, 508, 542, 547 Buckler, Dr.: 297

Bucks County Historical Association, the: 107

Bud, Robert: 393 Bulletin, Philadelphia: 660 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward (see Lytton, Lord) Burke, Joseph, actor: 340 Burke, William, schoolmaster: 84, 87, 91, 112

Burke’s Academy (see Burke, William) Burling, Ebenezer: 160, 684, 700; meets Poe: 47; and Poe: 77-79, 86, 117, 119, 152, 161, 338; death of: 161, 275 Burling, Thomas, printer: 77, 684 Burnett, Bishop: 138 Bumey, Frances: 401 Bums, Robert: 57, 60, 106, 269 Bums, William, schoolmaster: 79 Burr, Aaron: 254, 480, 708 Burr, Charles Chauncey: 583, 649, 651 Burton, William Evans, editor: 346, 365. 373, 382, 388, 393, 435, 512, 636; and Poe: 354, 363, 366, 371 ; corresponds with Poe: 362, 371, 378, 380; described: 363, 364; Poe’s quarrel with: 377-380, 415; sells Magazine: 383, 385, 386; as an actor- manager: 383

Burton*s Gentleman*s Magazine and Ameri^ can Monthly Review: 347; Poe in: 43, 343, 358, 360, 362, 367-373, 382, 385, 386, 387; Poe on: 348, 362-366, 377-380, 460; sold to Graham: 383; becomes Graham* s Magazine (q. v.)\ 383 Burwell, William M.: 123-125, 140 Bushby family, the, names child after Poe: 572

Business Man, The: 411 “Butcher Cats,” the: 86 Byron, Lord: 23, 71, 81, 106, 141, 142, 159, 173, 224, 350, 400; Poe imitates: 87, 199, 204, 209, 492, 612; ignores “The Tus- culum”: 414; quoted: 447, 608

Cabell, Dr. Robert L. (Bob): 272, 288, 315

CabeU, Judge Robert H.: 80, 87, 118, 272, 693, 695

Cabell, Mrs. Julia Mayo, entertains Poe: 654


INDEX 727


Caesar, Julius; 251

Cairnes, Elizabeth {see Poe, Mrs. (“Gen- eral”) David)

Cairnes, the, relatives of Poe: 275 Caleb Williams by William Godwin: 424 Calhoun, John C.: 101, 538, 708 Cambridge Mathematics: 135, 219 Campbell, Major John: 195 Campbell, Prof. Killis: viii, xiv, 60, 62, 107, 155, 164, 506, 532 Campbell, Thomas: 106, 229 Canova, Antonio; 107, 332 Carey, Lea & Carey, publishers: 349, 399, 402, 710; Poe submits Poems to: 198- 200; Poe corresponds with: 202, 203, 208, 719; Poe calls on: 216, 256; Poe submits Tales to: 285, 292, 293, 308, 317 Carey, Mathew, economist and publisher: 350, 710

Carey, Robert, publisher: 293, 402 Carey & Hart, publishers: 509 Carlyle, Thomas: 314, 326 Carmine Street, New York: 329-341 Caroline, Queen: 73 Carpenter, C. C., critic: 7 Carpenter, W. H., author and editor: 285, 335

Carr, Mrs.: 713 “Carrier,” ship: 160 Carrs, the: 124 Carry, Miss: 713 Carter, Mr.: 338 Carter, Armstead: 131 Carter, Dr. John: 299

Carter, Dr, William Gibbon: 654, 659, 668, 670, 673

Carter, Mrs.: 613

Carters, the: 124

Carvill, G. & C., publishers: 221

Cary, John: 128

Case, Secretary: 339

Casket, Philadelphia: 216, 225, 226 {see also Atkinson's Casket and Graham's Casket) Cask of Amontillado, The: 582 Cataract House, Niagara Falls: 603 Catarina, Poe*s cat: 370, 409, 464, 466, 467, 471, 579, 588, 598 Catholic Hymn: 533 Ceddes, Gov. John; 708 Cent: 344

Century Association of New York; xiv, 175, 178

Century Co., publishers: xiv Century Magazine: 552, 566, 567, 573 “Champion,” steamboat: 491 Channing, Ellery: 604 Charles Baudelaire, A Study by Arthur Symons: 413, 414, 474


Charleston, S. C.; Elizabeth Arnold acts in:

5, 6; Poe in: 179, 180 Charleston Comedians: 5 Charleston Library Society, 180 Charleston Museum: xiv, 176 Charleston Players {see Boston and Charles- ton Comedians)

Charleston Probate Court Records: 180 Charleston Theatre, Charleston: 7 Chapin, H. D.: 592 Chase, Prof. Le^Vis: 64, 69, 709 Chateaubriand, Viscount de: 596 Chatterton, Thomas: 169, 231, 278 Chatto & Windus, publishers: 667 Chattoria, Mistress: 713 Cheatham, Master: 22 Cherokee Nation vs. the State of Georgia; 198

Chestnut, Mrs. James, Jr.; 611 Chevallee, Mr.: 226 Cheves, Langdon: 708 Child, Lydia Maria: 546 Child of the Sea, The, by Mrs. Lewis, re- viewed by Poe: 643, 647 Childs, G.W.: 717 Chimes, The, by Dickens: 596 Chivers, Dr. Thomas Holley, editor: xiii, 585; corresponds with Poe: 373, 435, 467, 486, 493, 519, 539, 567, 573, 575, 663, 668; influences Poe^s work: 422, 489; with Poe: 520; Poe appeals to: 531, 532; quoted: 567

Christabel by Coleridge: 71, 490, 636 Christ Church, Baltimore: 704 Christian, Capt. John B.: 99 Chronicle, Louisville: 637 Church Home in Baltimore, Mrs. Clemm in: 717

Cicero by Professor Anthon, reviewed by Poe: 327

“Cid Campeador,” ship: 180 City Gazette, Charleston: 7, 170, 182, 706, 707, 708

City Gazette and Commercial Daily Ad- vertiser. Charleston: 170 City Hotel, New York: 335 City in the Sea, The {The Doomed City):

76, 234, 249, 533 Clari by J. H. Payne: 341 Clark and Maynard, publishers: 496 Clark, Lewis Gaylord, editor: 520; Poe’s attack on in The Literati: 549 Clark, Micajah: 288, 693, 695 Clark, W. G.: J26, 378 Clark, William: 124, 372 Clarice, Isaac: 714 Clarke, James Abbot: 131 Clarke, Joseph W., schoolmaster: 81, 82, 84, 165, 197; Poe’s ode to: 92


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Clarke, Mrs., Poe’s landlady, quoted: 612, 655

Clarke, Thomas C.: 392, 428, 431, 432; backs Stylus: 441-447, 451, 459, 646; Dow’s letter to: 444, 451 Clay, C. M.: 606 Clay, Henry: 393, 499 Cleland, Thomas W.: 318, 319 Cleland, Mrs. Thomas W.: 319 Clemm, Mrs. Catherine: 301 Clemm, Henry: 203, 206, 262, 263, 275, 291, 704

Clemm, Maria Poe (Mrs. William, Jr.), Poe’s aunt and mother-in-law: 11, 211, 238, 305, 306, 308, 312, 327, 328, 330, 331, 332, 339, 341, 353, 361-393, 404, 409, 460, S20, 674, 680, 701-703; and Poe’s letters: 116, 547, 561; Poe lives with: 203-207, 211, 215, 234, 247, 256, 257, 258-272, 275- 286, 291-301, 703; history of: 262, 408; begs: 263, 264, 286, 383, 429, 461 ; writes John Allan: 264, 265; legacy of: 301, 321, 384; Poe’s appeal to William Poe for: 307; and Poe’s marriage to Virginia: viii, 309, 318-320, 457, 704; in Richmond: 310, 313, 314; Poe’s appeal to George Poe for: 316; criticized: 322; and Dickens: 323, 425; in Spring Garden Street house: 417, 429-432, 436, 462; finds Poe in New Jersey: 428; and Griswold: 451, 663, 717; unconsciously betrays Poe: 456; sells Poe’s library: 464, 468, 469; Poe’s letter from New York: 466-468; joins Poe in New York: 471, 477; at Bloomingdale: 483-499, 551; and G. Harrison: 501, 717; and Mrs. Osgood: 514, 525; writes Lowell: 519; borrows money: 544, 545; at Turtle Bay: 552-555; described: 554, 555, 599; at Fordham: 556-561, 568-589, 609, 625, 638-643; and Rosalie Poe: 556, 560, 655; urges Poe’s remarriage: 606; and Mrs. Whitman: 616, 627-629; writes Mrs. Richmond: 640, 652; visits Mrs. Lewis: 646-648, 663; sees Poe for last time: 614; Poe’s letters from Philadel- phia: 649, 650; Poe’s letters from Rich- mond: 651-653, 656, 658, 662, 665, 666; Mrs. Shelton’s letter to: 666, 668; writes John Neal: 717; Dr. Moran’s letters to: 717

Clemm, William, Sr.: 384 Clemm, William, Jr.: 262, 301 Clemm, Virginia Eliza: 262 Clemm, Virginia Maria {see Poe, Virginia Maria) ^

^‘Cleopatra,” steamboat: 491 Cleveland, John: 209

Clinton Bradshaw by F. W. Thomas: 373, 381, 706, 710


Cloud, C. F., publisher: 282, 284 Clough, George Augustus, epitaph of: 6 Clough, Hugh: 6 Coale, E. J., bookstore of: 267 Cobbs, estate of Thomas Bolling: 685 Coleridge, S. T.: 71, 106, 141, 224, 225, 336, 362, 447, 490, 636; Poe’s debt to: 248, 323, 336, 407, 501 Coles, Thomas S.: 63

Coliseum, The (from Politian): 266, 278, 281, 292, 533

Collier, Edwin, illegitimate son of John Allan: 35, 36, 49, 63, 64, 95, 287 Collier, Mrs., John Allan’s mistress: 35, 36, 63

Colloquy of Monos and Una, The: 413, 526 Collyer, Mr.: 540 Colt, Colonel: 479 Colton, H. G., editor: 502 Colton^ s American Review: 624 Columbian Magazine: 345; Poe in: 48.^, 493, 587; fails: 640 Columbia Spy, Poe in: 478, 495 Columbia University: 482 Columbia University Press: xiv, 399, 419 Columbus, Christopher: 636 Combe, George: 365

Coming of the Mammoth, The, by H. B.

Hirst: 365, 366, 422, 518 Commercial Advertiser, New York: 326 Commercial Gazette, Boston: 160 Compensation by Emerson: xii, 374 Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, The, edited by J. H. Whitty: 22, 39, 44, 47, 48, 56, 58, 60, 75, 79, 120, 136, 148, 155, 185, 267, 275, 437, 469, 521, 596, 610, 611, 652, 660, 661, 664, 668, 700 Conchologist’s First Book, The, or, A System of Testaceous Malacology: 355- 357; causes trouble with Harpers: 477; charges of plagiarism against: 501, 583 Conchologist's Text Book, The, by Capt. T. Brown: 356

Congdon, Mrs. Charles: 542 Congressional Record: S37 Conqueror Worm, The: 189, 460, 533 Conrad, Judge: 393 Constable, publisher: 707 Constellation, Petersburg, Va.: 320 Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The: 364, 527

Converse, Rev. Amasa, editor, marries Poe and Virginia; 319 Cook, Ann: 720 Cook, Jay: 352

Cooke, Philip Pendleton, 508; corresponds with Poe: 367, 368, 419, 572, 575, 589* writes biography of Poe: 589; Thomp- son’s letter to: 611


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Cooke> Dr. William: 69 Cook’s Olympic Circus: 383 Cooper, J. Fenimore: vii, 106, 2SS, 337, 346, 387, 394, 402 Cooper, Priscilla: 396 Cooper, Thomas: 396

Cooth & Sergeant’s Tavern, Baltimore: 672 Copyright, conditions in Poe’s time: 398- 403, 419 Corsair: 497

Cosmogony of the Universe, The: 590; Poe explains: 591

Courier, Charleston: 7, 170, 182 Courier, Newark: 457

Courier and Dcdly Compiler, Richmond: 326, 684

Court, Major: 72

Court House Tavern, Richmond: 157, 158, 160, 322

Co vent Garden Theatre Royal, London: 4, 681

Craig vs. the State of Missouri: 331 Crane, Alexander T., office boy: 511, 513, 523

Crawford, M. C.: 515

Critical and Miscellaneous Essays by Ma- caulay, reviewed by Poe: 407 Critical Review of Annals of Literature, London: 107

Critics and Criticism: 637

Crocker, Dr.: 627

Cromwell, Oliver: 159

Cromwell, Susan: 571

Crow & Query, book sellers: 707

Crowell and Co., Thomas Y., publishers: xiv

Crump, Edward G.: 133, 148, 155, 163

Cullen* s Practice: 706

Cullum, General: 247

Cunningham, Mr.: 226

Curtis, C. C., Poe’s roommate in N. Y.: 478

Curtis, Cyrus H. K.: 384

Curtis, George W.: 604

Cushing, Caleb, printer: 529, 530, 706

Cuvier, Georges: 356

Daily Commercial Advertiser, Cincinnati: 708, 710

Daily Evening Post, Cincinnati: 708 Daily Herald, Louisville: 706 Damon, S. Foster: viii, xiv, 604 Dana, Charles: 606 Dana, Richard Henry: 508 Dandridge, Dabney, John Allan’s slave: 160, 273

Daniel, John M., editor: 610; ‘*duel” with Poe: 613-615; reviews The Poetic Prin- ciple: 657; and the Richmond Examiner: 660


Dante: 636

Darley, Felix O. C., artist: 370, 390, 393, 431, 442, 453 Darvie, Col. L. B.: 100 Davidsons, the two: 508 Davis, Andrew Jackson, lecturer, influence of, on Poe: 493, 604 Davis, Mr. and Mrs. £. M.: 519 Davis, Samuel: 254

Dawes, Rufus: 212, 285; Poe’s article on* 439

Day, Mr.: 603 Dayton, F. E.: 670

Delphian Club (“The Tusculum”) : 207, 285, 414, 538

Democratic Review: 501, 526, 527, 611; fails: 640

Dennison, Mrs. William: 690 Denny, Charles: 58 Depot Hotel, Philadelphia: 464, 466 De Quincey, Thomas: 137 De Rerum Natura by Lucretius: 586 Descent into the Maelstrom, A: 281, 398, 407, 526

Desilver, Thomas, and Co., publishers: 269 Detwilers, the: 370, 404 Devereaux, Mrs.: 268, 269, 271 Devereaux, James, cowhided by Poe: 270 Devereaux, Mary: 383, 431; quoted: 266, 268, 276 ; Poe’s affair with: 267-272 ; Poe’s mad visit to: 427; at Fordham: 579, 580, 589

Devil in the Belfry, The: 3S7, 532 Dewey, Rev. Orville: 541, 544 Dial: 60, 62

Diary of Mrs. James Chestnut, Jr.: 611 Diary of Elizabeth Oakes Smith: 496, 515, 524, 603, 647

Dickens, Charles: xiii, 350, 401, 462, 596; and Mrs. Clemm: 323 ; and Poe; 357, 410, 424, 425, 492 ; visits Philadelphia: 419, 423 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, The, reviewed by Poe: 518 Diddling Considered as one of the Exact Sciences: 414, 463

Didier, Heniy, lawyer: 7, 204, 259, 700, 702 Didot, Firmin, stereotyping process of: 350 Disraeli, Benjamin: 401, 419, 497 Dixon, George: 37

Dixon, John, Frances Allan’s guardian: 684 Dixon, Rosanna: 690 Dixon, Turner: 131, 133 Dodd, Dr. J.: 170

Dollar Newspaper, the: 389, 532, 537; Poe wins prize of: 453; Poe in: 485, 532 Domain of Amheim, The: 252, 473, 5A5«  587, 608

Donnal, Captain: 72


INDEX


730


Don Quixote by Cervanies: 106, 159, 160, 199

Doomed City, The (see City in the Sea, The)

Doran Co., George H., publishers: 20, 168, 584, 656, 699 Dorr’s Rebellion: 402 D’Orsay, County: 497 Douglas, Mr.: 38, 40, 699 Dow, J. E.: 389, 490; and Poe in Washing- ton: 443-447, 449, 518; writes T. C. Clarke: 444, 451; Poe writes: 446 Downey, soldier: 213 Drake, James F.: 717, 718 Drayton, Col. William: 372 Dream, A : 533

Dreamland: 533, 605, 658, 661; quoted: 472 Dreams: 166, 168 Drew, Mrs. Juliet J.: 160 Drury Lane Theatre, the London: 680 Duane, William; Poe borrows magazines from: 368; Mrs. Clemm sells magazines of: 464; quarrels with Poe: 468 Dubourg, the Misses, Poe attends boarding school of: 61, 63, 64, 70, 413 Dubourg, George: 62 Dufief, author: 130 Dumas, Alexander, the Elder: vii Duncan Lodge, home of the Mackenzies: 212, 302, 311, 315, 610-613, 652, 654, 659, 668

Dunglison, Professor: 122, 133 Dunlop, Mr.: 72 Dunn, Nathan: 365 Dunning, Mr.: 209 Du Solle, Col. John J.: 462, 487 Dutch Reformed Church: 254 Duyckinck, Evert A., editor and agent: 527 ; Poe corresponds with: 530, 531, 572, 573, 579, 638

Earl House, Providence: 628, 629 East and West by F. W. Thomas: 373, 706, 710

Eastern Herald and Gazette of Maine, the: 5 Eaton, Hon. (Major) John H., Secretary of War: 196, 197, 201, 202, 206, 240 Eclipses of the Sun by S. A. Mitchell: 413 Edgar, Mr., actor: 5 Edgar Allan Poe, A Study in Genius,

J. W. Krutch: 631

Edgar Allan Poe while a Student at the University of Virginia, article by T. G. Tucker: 127

Edgar Allan Poe Shrine, the, Richmond:

xiv, 105, 111, 305, 668, 685, 712, 720 Edge HiU by J. Heath: 295 Edgeworth, Miss: 400 Edinburgh Review: 106, 368, 419


Edwards, Jonathan, 254 Einstein, Albert: 592 Eldorado: 638, 642; quoted: 605 Eleonora, quoted: 320 Ellet, Mrs. Elizabeth Frieze Lummis; and Poe: 542, 547, 620, 624; and Poe’s letters: 561-563; vindictiveness of: 322, 542, 579, 625, 633, 639

Ellis, Charles, John Allan’s partner: x, 16, 24, 27, 31, 37, 44, 55, 59, 63, 64, 73, 76-79, 82, 85, no, 112, 188, 194, 272, 287, 289, 687, 692, 693; house of: 109; secures in- troduction to Secretary of War for Poe: 214

Ellis, Mrs. Charles (Margaret) : 55, 73 Ellis, Jane: 86 Ellis, Joshua L.: 17, 27 Ellis, Josiah: 24, 31 Ellis, Powhatan: 214 Ellis, Robert S.: 27, 77 Ellis, Col. Thomas H.: 54; quoted: 85, 86, 104, 105, 118, 148; and Poe: 109; maligns Poe: 193, 273, 274

Ellis & Allan: x, 16, 36, 49, 61, 63, 64, 82, 109, 133, 135, 148, 153, 154, 211, 219, 238, 244, 261, 265, 287, 303, 305, 327, 345, 413, 636, 684, 687; described: 23-28; fails: 73; Poe at: 107, 108, 112, 167, 224, 395 Ellis & Allan Correspondence (see Ellis & Allan Papers)

Ellis 6* Allan Files (see Ellis & Allan Papers) Ellis & Allan Papers, the. Library of Con- gress, Washington, D. C.: x, xiv, 12, 16, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 44, 51, 53, 54, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 82, 92, 97, 103, 104, 107, no, 133, 147, 160, 162, 188, 272, 280, 684 Elwell, Mrs.: 683

Embury, Mrs. Emma C.: 542, 547; in The Literati: 549

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: xii, 224, 348, 374, 425

Emigrant, The, or Reflections in Descending the Ohio by F. W. Thomas: 710 Emmet, Professor: 122 Endymion by H. B. Hirst: 422 English, Thomas Dunn, editor: 365, 391, 393, 431, 469, 491, 523, 529, 547, 572, 633; quoted: 366, 452, 459, 474, 532, 542, 631; replies to Poe: 563-565, 573; attack on Poe: 530; Poe’s attack on, in The Lit^ erati: 549, 561, 566; quarrels with Poe: 561, 578, 620; Poe replies to: 565 (see also Reminiscences of Poe)

Enigma, An: 608 Enquirer, Richmond: 18, 661, 683 Erasmus: 141 Eulalie-—A Song: 533


INDEX


Eureka: 189, 225, 528, 572, 588, 593, 642, 651; inspiration of: 473, 474, S71, 584, 589; the writing of: 586; Poe reads: 590, 610; discussed: 591, 618; published: 592, 593, 607, 609

Eveleth, G. W., corresponds with Poe: 419, 430, 575, 582, 590-592, 638, 640, 646, 659 Evening Mirror: 510, 521, 526; Poe on:

495-498, 502; The Raven in 497, 506 Evening Star, New York: 708 Events in the Life of a Seer by A. J. Davis: 604

Ewing, William: 48, 62-65, 70 Exchange Coffee House: 10 Exchange Hotel, Richmond, Poe lectures in: 613, 657, 667

Examiner, Richmond: 613, 614, 663; re- view of Poe’s lecture in: 657; and Poe: 660, 661

Ezekiel (book of) : 339

Fable for Critics by Lowell; on The Raven:

410, 487 ; Poe reviews: 642 Facts About Poe by Prof. Wilson: 600 Facts in the Case of M. Voldemar, The: 493, 604; quoted: 539; letters to Poe about: 539

Facts of Poe*s Death and Burial, The, by Dr.

Snodgrass: 671, 672 Fairchild, F. G.: 478 Fairfield Plantation: 178 Fairy-land: 234, 533

Fall of the House of Usher, The: 364, 367, 526; sources of: 179, 357; quoted: 312, 357

Fancher, E. L., Poe’s attorney: 566 Farewell to **Ole Bull” by Miss Lynch: 541 Farmers Cabinet: 339 Farquhar, Martin: 573 Farrar, Professor: 564 Fashion by Mrs. Mowatt: 516; Poe’s review of: 516, 517

Fay, Theodore S.: 325, 332 Fayette Guard: 101

Federal Gazette and Baltimore Advertiser: 205 259

Federal Street Theatre, Boston : 4, 9, 699 Feld, Elena von: xiv, 176 Ferguson, Mr.: 57

Ferguson, John W., printer: 305, 315, 319

Fields, Mr.: 530

Finley, Samuel: 254

Fipps, Mrs. (see Phillips, Mrs.)

First Artillery, Poe enlists in: 167 et seq. First Presbi^erian Church, Baltimore, Edgar and Henry Poe buried in: 703 First Presbyterian Church, Richmond: 690 Fisher, E. Burke: 361


731

Fitzgerald, Bishop 0. P., quoted: 661, 667, 671

Flag of Our Union: 638; Poe in: 600, 605> 642

Fletcher, Giles: 110 Florence Vane by P. P. Cooke: 508 Flowerbanks, an estate of the Gaits: 35, 57 Fluvanna Plantation, 303 Fonerdon, Miss: 707 Fonerdon, Adam: 707 For Annie: 637, 642, 668 Forbes, John: 690 Forbes, Mrs. John (Elizabeth): 690 Fordham cottage: 244, 556-609, 615, 616,. 628-647, 652, 662, 663, 666; described: 567-569

Fordham Dutch Reformed Church, Virginia Poe buried in graveyard of: 581 Foreign Quarterly Review: 372 Forenoon Line: 254 Fork, The, estate of William Galt: 688 Forrest, Edwin: 340, 366, 516 Forrest House, Norfolk: 11 Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, Poe stationed at: 167, 168 Fort Moultrie (see Sullivan’s Island)

Fortress Monroe, Poe in: 182, 184-188, 190,.

192, 193, 194 Foster, Mr.: 492 Foster, Jane: 319 Foster, Thomas: 36

Foster, Mrs. William, Poe’s landlady: 477 Foster and Satchell: 36 Foulke, Mrs.: 709 Fouque, De la Motte: 382 Four Beasts in One (The Homo-Camelo- pard): 323, 532

Fourth Ward Club, Whig “coop”: 672 Fowlds, Mrs.: 682, 683 Fowlds, Allan: 56, 60; writes John Allan: 28, 32, 53, 74, 682; in will of William Galt: 690

Fowlds, Mrs. Allan (Mary), John Allan’s sister: 32, 56, 288, 690, 691-695 Fowlds, Frances: 56 Fowlds, John Allan: 693, 694 Fowlds, Mary, John Allan’s niece, letter of, to John Allan: 682 (see also Fowlds, Mrs. Allan)

Fraily, Dr.: 445, 447 Francis, St.: 264

Francis, Dr. John Wakefield: 528; in The Literati: 551; treats Poe: 542, 563, 582, 597, 641

Frands, Joseph, tavemkeeper: 483 “Franco, Harry,” nom de plume of Charles " F. Briggs: 502

Frankenstein by Mrs. M. W. G. Shelley: 336 Frank LesUe^s Illustrated Weekly: 482


INDEX


732

Franklin, Benjamin: 255, 344 Franklin Lyceum, Providence, Poe lectures before: 628 Frank’s Place: 552 Fraunces’ Tavern, New York: 480 Freneau, Peter, poet and editor: 707 Freneau, Philip: 707 Freneau & Paine: 707 Freneau & Williams: 707 Fry, Mr.: 280

Fuller, Mr., of Fidler^s Hotel: 443, 447 Fuller, Mr., publisher of the New York Mirror: 565

Fuller, Margaret: 541, 542, 606; and Poe:

546, 561, 639; in The Literati: 549 Fuller’s Hotel, Washington: 443, 445, 447 Funeral of Time, The, by H. B. Hirst: 365 Furness, Mr.: 606

Gaines, Gen. E. P.: 193 Gallego, Joseph: 27, 37, 105, 688 Galt, Mr.: 207 Galt, Elizabeth: 689

Galt, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Flowerbanks: 35, 43, 57, 61

Galt, James: 58, 136, 153; and Poe: 59, 60, 69, 75, 84, 185 ; Poe appeals to; 135 ; John Allan’s executor: 288, 693, 694, 695; in will of William Galt: 687-691 Galt, Jane: 72, 682 Galt, John, novelist: 23, 71 Galt, Sallie: 72 Galt, Thomas: 32, 58

Galt, William: x, 22, 23, 32, 40, 55, 58, 73, 82, 684; will of: 22, 24, 97, 104, 109, 162, 287, 289, 685; death of; 96; will of, quoted: 685-691; comments on: 694 Galt, William, Jr.: 261, 289; in will of Wil- liam Galt: 687-691 ; in will of John Allan: 693-695

Galt & Galt: 688, 689, 690 Garrett: Alen: 713, 714, 715 Garretts, Mr.: 713 Garretts, Mrs.: 713 Garth, John: 690 Gazette, Cincinnati: 710 Gazette, Philadelphia: 326 Gemmel, Robert: 35

Gime du Christianisme by Chateaubriand: 596

George IV: 27 George, Dr. Miles: 125, 140 Georgie, State of, vs, the Cherokee Nation: 198

^*Geoi:giana,’’ ship, difficulties of: 24 Gerard, James G.: 540 Gibbon, Major James: 118 Gibsen, Mayor of Richmond: 37


Gibson, Cadet T. H., Poe’s roommate at West Point: 229

GU Bias by Le Sage: 106, 135, 159, 199 Gildersleeve, Prof. Basil L.: 178; quoted: 654, 658

Gill, Captain: 160

Gill, William F.: 482, 616, 643, 649, 667;

rescues Virginia Poe’s corpse: 581 Gillespie, W. W.: 542 Gilliat & Co., John: 63 Gilliat, Thomas: 118 Gilmers, the: 124

Gilpin, Mayor, of Philadelphia: 650 Glenmary, farm of N. P. Willis: 497 Gimbel, Richard: 429 Glenn, W. J. 660 “Globe,” steamboat: 491 Godey, Louis A., editor: 347, 349, 393, 395, 431, 481, 508, 550, 564, 574; and Poe: 460, 485; corresponds with Poe: 572, 573 Godey*s Lady's Book: 347, 348, 395, 404, 481, 526, 542; Poe in: 143, 285, 343, 347, 463, 472, 481, 541, 547, 566, 576, 644; The Literati in: 548-550, 553, 561, 563, 564, 582

Godwin, William: 424 Gold-Bug, The: xiv, 370, 389, 413, 431, 455, 471, 472, 505, 526; sources of: 171-179, 180; quoted: 172, 173, 175, 177, 178, 179; wins prize: 453, 537 ; charge of plagiariza- tion against: 454

Goldsmith, Oliver: 82, 107; quoted: 711 Golson, Thomas: 128 Goodrich, S. G., publisher: 496 Gordon, Robert: 691 Gothic romances: 336 Gould, Mrs.: 603 Gould, C. T., registrar, 705 Gove, Mrs. Mary (see Nichols, Mrs. Mary Gove)

Gowans, William, bookseller: 330, 331, 332, 339, 340

Graham, George Rex, editor: 346, 363, 370, 418, 429, 430, 440, 487, 508, 512, 589, 636, 717; defends Poe: 348, 391, 455; buys Burton's Magazine: 383; and Poe: 385, 423, 431, 451-453; described: SS7-39S; hospitality of : 392 ; breaks agreement with Poe: 415, 426; helps Poe: 425, 651; dis- charges Griswold: 427 Graham, Mrs. George Rex: 390, 393, 431;

and Virginia Poe: 391 Graham, J. L.: 178 Graham, William H., publisher: 460 Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Maga^ zine: 225, 343, 348, 422, 423, 427-429, 431. 433, 441, 452, 453, 456, 526, 640, 711 ; Poe in: 174, 361, 426, 439, 458, 461, 462, 472, 548, 588, 589, 637, 644; Poe on: 348> 353,


INDEX


733


Graham* s Lady*s and Gentleman*s Magazine — Continued

370, 383, 384, 386-398, 407, 409, 410, 435, 495, 645; Lowell’s sketch of Poe in: 375, 475, 485, 491, 498, 508; Cooke’s article on Poe: 589; founded: 383; The Raven re- jected by: 460, 51 1 Granada by Washington Irving: 355 Grave by Robert Blair: 229 Graves, Sergeant Samuel (Bully) : 184, 213, 235, 237

Greeley, Horace: 356, 538, 542, 606; endorses Poe’s note: 521, 531, 532; described: 546; letter of, to Griswold: 630 Greeley, Mrs. Horace: 546 Green, Mr., actor-manager: 8 Greenwood, Grace: 393, 606 Gregory, Jock: 60 ‘^Grey, Edward S. T.”: 616 Griffis, Dr. W. E.: 433 Griffith, Sergeant: 184 Griswold, Captain H. W.: 170, 195 Griswold, Rufus' Wilmot: xiii, 175, 177, 178, 273, 363, 381, 419, 469, 498, 508, 542, 548, 552, 573, 605, 608, 639, 641; and Poe: 4, 368, 393, 398; attacks Poe: 280, 294, 322, 455, 456, 510, 517, 616; obituary notice of Poe by: 386, 431 ; described: 396, 397, 545, 631; takes Poe’s place on Graham*s: 418, 426; Poe’s comments on: 426, 427, 477; dismissed from Graham*s: 427, 440, 451, 460; quoted: 429, 455, 456, 458, 525; cor- responds with Poe: 451, 528, 572, 642, 646; rapprochement with Poe: 509; and Mrs. Osgood: 510, 514, 545; Poe Collec- tion of: 517, 547, 559, 709; Greeley’s letter to: 630; Mrs. Clemm appeals to: 663; withholds copyright from Mrs. Clemm: 717

Guilles, Mr.: 73 Guthrie, Jean: 35, 56

Gwynn, William, editor: 205, 207, 250, 259, 285

Haines, Hiram H.: 320

Hale, Mrs. Sarah J.: 348, 393, 468, 481, 655

Halifax Gazette, 706

Hall, Mrs.: 720

Hall & Moore: 687

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: 335, 508, 542; Poe writes: 394; and Poe: 501, 521, 531, 532; in The Literati: 549 Hammond, Charles, editor: 710 Hampden Sidney College: 690 Handbook of Universal Literature, A, by Miss Lynch: 541 Hans PfaaU: 108, 143, 308 Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour, The: 168, 169


Harlem Railroad: 560, 572, 644 Hamden’s Express: 351 Harper, J., publisher: 349 Harper & Brothers, publishers: xiv, 399, 502, 526, 542; refuse to publish Poe: 317, 325, 464, 477; publish A. Gordon Pym: 323, 337-339; Poe’s difficulties with: 356, 477 Harper* s Family Library: 349 Harper* s New Monthly Magazine: 229, 268, 276

“Harriet,” ship: 182, 183 Harrison, Gabriel, tobacconist: 463, 519; reminiscences of Poe: 499-501; appeal of Mrs. Clemm to: 717 Harrison, Gessner: 127, 128 Harrison, Professor James A.: xiv, 85, 87, 178, 239, 294, 309, 313, 576, 586, 588, 610, 643, 654, 660, 672, 704 {see also Life aHd Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, The.) Harrison, Gen. William Henry, President;

381, 382, 389, 396, 435, 708, 710, 711 Harrison, William: 381 Hart, sculptor: 547 Harte, Mr.: 606 Harvard University: 123 Harvey, Alexander: 392, 421 Harvey* s Works: 706

Haswell, Barrington & Haswell, publishers; 356

Hatch & Dunning, publishers: 209 Haunted Palace, The: 357, 398, 533 Haven, “Old Benny”: 228, 231, 240 Hawks, Dr. Francis Lister, editor: 330, 338, 340, 549, 552

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: 348, 426, 450, 575;

corresponds with Poe: 576 Hay, John: 604 Haydon, B. R.: 71, 562 Hayne, Paul Hamilton: 327, 539 Hayne, Robert Y.: 708 Haynes, Mr.: 317

Heath, James E., author and editor: 295, 367, 368

He Came Too Late by Miss Bogart: 542 “Helen,” Poe’s: 88-90, 91, 97, 110, 120, 249, 358, 611

Henderson, Cadet: 218 Henkels, Stan V., & Son: 365 Henry B, Hirst: 421 “Henry Eckford,” steamer: 240, 243 Henry, Patrick: 124 Herald, Boston: 567 Herald, New York: 368, 665, 671 Herald, Norfolk: 3, 13, 163 Hermitage, The, estate of the Mayoa: 77, 661

Herring, Miss, Poe’s cousin {see Smith, Mrs., and Warden, Mrs. James)

Herring, Henry, Poe’s cousin; 207, 275, 673


734


INDEX


Herring, Mrs. Henry (Eliza Poe) Poe’s aunt: 680; letter to Mrs, Frances Allan: 38, 207, 699

Herrings, the, Poe’s cousins: 206, 207, 210, 260, 262, 263,413, 417 Hewitt, John H.: 281, 284, 285, 292; re- views Al Aaraaf: 212

Hewitt, Mrs. Mary E.: 542, 547, 577, 608, 616, 623, 639 Higginboth, Mrs.: 687 High, William J., artist: 384 Hill, Edwin B.: 720

Hill, James, John Allan’s coachman: 120, 144, 148, 701 Hine, Charles, artist: 600 Hirst, Henry Beck: 397, 419, 431, 490, 585; Poe reviews: 365, 518; with Poe: 366, 393, 420-423, 432, 441, 442, 453, 550; and Poe-Duane controversy: 368, 467, 468, 469; accuses Poe of plagiarism: 422; parodies Poe: 455; claims part of The Raven: 489

Histories by Tacitus: 131 Historic Homes of Richmond by Miss Mayo: 194

Histoire Ancienne by Rollin: 130 Histoire Particuliere by Voltaire: 130 Histoire Romaine by Rollin: 130 History of American Currency by Sumner: 483

History of England by Macaulay: 419 History of Masonry by I. Thomas: 706 History of Printings The, by I. Thomas: 706, 709

Hitchcock, Captain: 218 Hoffman, C. F.: 618 Holder, William: 72 Holladay, Albert L.: 127 Holmes, Justice, Poe Collection of: 578 ‘‘Holmes, Sherlock”: 324 Holmes, Dr. Oliver Wendell: 338, 348, 578 Home Journal: 433, 494, 497, 525, 541, 590, 607; Poe in: 587, 589

Home Life of Poe, The, by Mrs. Susan Archer Weiss (Miss Talley): 47, 80, 321, 404, 433, 462, 487, 559, 588, 610; quoted: 654

Homo-Camelopard, The (see Four Beasts in One)

Hone, book and print-seller: 707 Hoole, William Stanley: 170, 183 Hooper, Sergeant: 184 Hop-Frog: 642; quoted: 513 Hopkins, C. D., comedian, husband of Eliz- abeth Arnold: 6, 7, 8, 681, 683 Hopkinson, Mr.: 198

Home, R. H.: 495, 532; Poe’s reviews of:

462; corresponds with Poe: 463, 488 Hofrkt Ddphini: 713


Horseshoe Robinson by J. P. Kennedy: 282 Houghton, Mrs.: 560

Houghton Mifflin Co., publishers: xiv, 275 House, Col. James: 185, 193 Howard, Charles: 318 Howard District Press: 507 Howard, Lieut. J., and Poe: 170, 171, 181, 185, 186, 193, 194, 195 Howard, Nat: 86, 92

Howard Pinckney by F. W. Thomas: 373, 887

How I Wrote the Raven: 489, 490, 548 Hudson, Mr.: 530 Hughes, Mr.: 76

Hughes, Judge Robert W.: 661, 669 Hughes & Armistead: 76 Humboldt, Alexander von: 592 Hunt, Freeman: 578, 590 Hunt, Leigh: 364, 401, 532 Hunter, Robert: 146 Hunter, Cynthia: 37 Hunter, Eliza M.: 37

Hygeia House, the. Old Point Comfort: 664 Hymn, The (from Morelia): 314 Hyperion by Longfellow, reviewed by Poe: 382

Illustrated Saturday Magazine: 194 Imogene, or the Pirate*s Treasure by Miss Sherburne: 566 Imp of the Perverse, The: 428 Independent: 130, 133, 452, 563 Indian Queen Tavern, Richmond: 3, 13, 14 Ingle, Mrs. Mary Mayo: 33, 45 Ingraham, Mr.: 711

Ingram, J. H.: 6, 20, 87, 118, 126, 162, 239, 371, 417, 559, 595, 599, 616, 631, 648, 680; see also: Ingram Papers Ingram Papers, University of Virginia Li- brary: xiv, 13, 47, 79, 126, 140, 162, 567 Ingram, Susan, quoted: 664, 665 Ingrams, the: 664 Inman, Henry, artist: 162, 245, 335 Intelligencer: 710

In Youth Have I Known (Stanzas ) : 492 Irene (see Sleeper, The)

Irvine, Scotland: Poe’s school in: 11, 59, 64; John Allan a native of: 23; Poe’s resi- dence in: 56-60

Irving, Washington: 106, 335, 337, 345, 372, 402, 707, 883; Poe’s opinion of: 355; letter of, to Poe: 367; and Poe: 394 Isadore by T. H. Chivers: 489 Isaiah (book of) : 339 Island, The, by Byron: 492 Island of the Fay, The: 413 Islets of the Gulf (Jack Tier) by Cooper: 387


735


INDEX


IsTOrfch 247 j 249j 323^ 413) 333) sources oft 222) 249; writing of: 233; quoted: 233, 249

JacksoN) ANDREW) President: 196) 251; re- sults of his attack on banks: 246) 331; spoils system of: 253 Jacobs & Co., George W., publishers: 343 Jacobs, Sarah S.: 623 James, Henry: 536 Jefferson, Joseph: 363 Jefferson Literary Society, the: 144 Jefferson, Thomas: 98, 109, 224, 374, 479, 708; founds University of Virginia: 121- 124, 129; death of: 144 Jennings, Mr.: 710 Joe Miller: 106, 159 John, St. (gospel of) : 674 John Donkey: 366 John Keats by Amy Lowell: 57 John Street Theatre, the, New York: 5 Johns, A. S.: 704

Johns, Rev. John (Bishop of Virginia): 704

Johnson, Capt.: 182

Johnson, Dr.: 82, 363, 635, 665

Johnson, Edward W.: 318

Johnson & Warner, publishers: 54

Johnston, Mrs.: 693

Johnston, Andrew: 86

Johnston, Frank: 367

Johnston, Mrs. Jane, John Allan’s sister: 35, S3, 57, 61, 289, 692-694 Johnston, William Galt: 693, 694 Jones, Mr, and Mrs. Archer: xiii Jones, Berthier: 127 Jones, Justice Samuel: 566 Jones, Timothy Pickering, Poe’s roommate at West Point: 232 Jones, William, thief: 296 Journal of Julius Rodman, The: 371, 380 Juvenile Magazine: 344

Keats, John: 56, 57, 71, 84, 106, 113, 141, 143, 224, 260, 362 Keats, Thomas: 260 Keith, Dr.: 339

Keith, Governor, of Pennsylvania: 344 Kelley, Mr.: 710 Kemble, Fanny: 404

Kennedy, John P.: 280-282, 285, 371, 403, 638; Poe calls on: 282; helps Poe: 285, 295, 395, 420; Poe’s tragk letter to: 307; replies to Poe: 308; other Poe letters: 259, 292-294, 301, 317, 320, 339, 521; quoted: 329

KeUhedy Manuscripts: 292, 307 Kfcat, Chancellor: 335 Kenton, Simon: 711 Kepler, Johann: 584


Kerr, Mr.: 32 Key, Professor: 123, 133 Kilmarnock, Lord: 60 Kinsolving, Mrs. Sally Bruce: 262, 705 Knickerbocker: 324, 374, 376, 520, 549, 564, 711

Krapp, Professor: 537

Krutch, Joseph Wood: 249, 632

Kubla Khan by Coleridge: 71, 141, 490, 636

Lacey, Dr.: 445 La Chauss6e: 248 Lacroix: 229 Ladies Companion: 711 Ladies* Home Journal: 347, 384 Lady of Lyons by Lord Lytton: 340 La Fayette, Marquis de: 205, 246, 247, 679; visit of, to Richmond: 98-103, 116, 117, 129

La Fayette, George Washington: 101 Lake, The: 166, 533 Lamb, Charles: 362, 435 Lamberts, the: 664

Lament on the Death of My Mother by T. H. Chivers, quoted: 489 Landor*s Cottage: 472, 567, 585, 608, 637, 641

Landscape Garden, The: 252, 340, 413, 587 ; sources of: 109

Lane, Thomas H.: 455, 533, 550, 561

Laplace, Marquis de: 584, 618

Last Days of Edgar Poe by Mrs. Weiss: 441

Latrobe, J. H. B.: 280, 282, 283

Laura Matilda school: 281

Lawson, James: 541, 546

Lay, John O.: 181

Lay of the Ancient Mariner, The, by Coleridge: 337, 338 Lea, Mr.: 199, 203, 256, 349, 719 Lea & Blanchard, publishers: 350, 402, 419;

publish Poe’s Tales: 367, 372, 398 Lea & Carey iiee Carey, Lea & Carey) Leary, William A., bookseller: 464 Le Branche, £.: 133 Ledger, Philadelphia: 389 Lee, Isaac: 356 Lee, Zaccheus: 146 Leeuwenhoek, Anthony van: 142 Legendary: 496 Lehre, Col. Thomas: 708 Leicester, Earl of: 67

Leisure Hours in Town by a country par-^ son: 611

Leitch, Samuel, Jr.: 147 Leland, C. G.: 570 Lemonnier, Pierre: 357 Lenore: 247, 249, 423, 533, S43, 642 “Le Poer”: 619


INDEX


736


Le Rennet, Henri, alias of Poe: 161, 163, 171, 702

Leslie, Lieutenant: 239 Leslie, Miss: 293 Leslie, E. C. R.: 72 Lesslie, John: 689 Letter from France by Sterne: 398 ‘‘Letter to Mr. preface to Poems: 248 Letters^ Conversations, and Recollections of S. r. Coleridge: reviewed by Poe: 323, SOI

Letters from Under a Bridge by N. P. WiUis: 497

Letters of a British Spy by William Wirt: 198

Letters of Edgar A. Poe to George W, Eveleth, The, by Prof. James S. Wilson: 417, 430, 548, 575, 582, 590 Letters TUI Now Unpublished (see Valen^ tine Museum Poe Letters)

Letters to Young Ladies by Mrs. Sigourney, reviewed by Poe: 323 Lewis, Professor: 525 Lewis, Meriwether, explorer: 124, 372 Lewis, Sarah Anna (“Estelle”) (Mrs. Syl- vanus D.): 541, 608, 666; and Poe: 552, 560, 642; in Literati Papers: 611; Mrs. Clemm visits: 646, 647, 648, 652 Lewis, Sylvanus D.: 647 Lewiston Journal Co., the, publishers: xiv, 258, 524

Library of American Books, Wiley & Put- nam’s: 526

Life and Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, by Prof. J. A. Harrison: 85, 96, 122, 123, 130, 178, 326, 368, 430, 442, 482, SOS, 506, 559, 594, 630, 639, 656, 660, 661, 667, 671, 672, 717

Life of Black Hawk by J. B. Patterson: 644 Life of Edgar AUan Poe, The, by Prof. George E. Woodberry: 7, 20, 75, 82, 92, 104, 112, 122, 140, 161, 163, 174, 216, 223, 262, 273, 279, 292, 319, 361, 368, 372, 417, 425, 433, 434, 452, 474, 476, 478, 482, 492, 497, 505, 508, 510, 511, 519, 559, 586, 597, 599, 639, 649, 663, 668, 670, 671 Life of Edgar AUan Poe, The, by W. F. GiU: 482, 649

Life of Poe, The, by T. H. Chivers: 573 Life of Washington, Thcj by Justice MarshaU: 130, 297

Life of Washington, The, by D. Ramsay: 708

Ugeia: 299, 358, 368 Lmy,J.K., Jr.: 109 Uncoln, Abner: 40 Lincoln, Abraham: 382 Lindsey, Robert M., publisher: 343


Lines on a Pocket Book by W. H. L. Poe: 117

Lining, Mr.: 708 Lionizing: 526 ,

Lippard, George: 420, 651 Lippincott Co., J. B., publishers: xiv, 134 Lippincott*s Magazine: 322 Literary America: 519, 548, 590 (see also The American Parnassus)

Literary Examiner, Pittsburgh: 497 Literary Examiner and Western Monthly Review: 361 Literary Gazette: 573

Literary History of Philadelphia, The, by E. P. Oberholtzer: 343, 420, 464 Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq,, The:

113, 413, 485, 572, 636 Literary World: 618, 666 Literati of New York, The: 496, 515, 525, 541, 582, 611; published: 548-550 Little, Brown & Co., publishers: 515 Little, Stephen C., clerk: 704 Locke, Mr.: 640

Locke, Mrs.: 577, 608; quarrels with Poe: 638-640

Locke, Lieut. Joseph: 186, 228 Loiterings of Travel by N. P. Willis: 497 Lomax, Professor: 123 London Assurance by Boucicault: 517 London Athenaeum, the: 64, 69 London Foreign Quarterly: 492 London Ladies* Magazine: 107 Long, Professor: 123, 127, 143 Long, George: 128

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: 224, 336, 341, 348, 374, 387, 403, 658; Poe’s “war” with: xiii, 397, 461, 510, Sl5, 520, 526, 529, 564; Poe’s reviews of: 382, 407,426, 502, 508; Poe’s letters to: 394 Longman & Co., publishers: 399 Loomis, Prof. Elias: 525 Lord, Mr.: 518 Lorillard, Justice: 572 Lorillards, the: 568 Loss of Breath: 486, 532 Lost Pleiad and Other Poems, The, by T. H.

Chivers: 489, 520 “Lothair,” ship: 54 Loud, St. Leon: 663

Loud, Mrs. St. Leon, Poe edits poems of: 663, 666, 671

Lounsbury, Professor: 536 Love*s Martyr by Mrs. Bacon: 263 Lowell, Amy: 57

lK>well, James Russell: 323, 335, 342, 348, 349, 374, 397, 403, 410, 427, 467, 509, 5J0, 642; comments on Poe: 225; correspoi^ds with Poe: 351, 430, 438, 450, 451, 458, 463, 475, 487, 491, 492, 499; Poe’s bio-


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INDEX


LowelU James Russell — Continued graphical sketch of: 373, 467, 475, 485; Poe sends poems etc. to: 440, 441, 460; and Poe: 362; writes biographical sketch of Poe: 475, 487, 491, 498, 508, 589; helps Poe: 502, 529; Poe attacks: 511; visits Poe: 519; Mrs. Clemm writes: 519 Lowell, Mrs. James Russell: 342 Lowell, Mass., Poe lectures at: 608, 621 Lower Byrd’s, John Allan’s estate: 27, 153, 226, 687

Lowndes, Hon. William: 708 Lucretius: 586 Lucretius by Tennyson: 586 Ludwig Article, The, Griswold’s obituary of Poe: 431

Lummis, Mr. (Mrs. Ellet’s brother): 620, 624, 633; challenges Poe: 562, 563 Lyle, Capt. John: 100, 101, 102 Lynch, Anna C. (Mrs. Botta): 541, 561; salon of: 541-544, 593, 606; corresponds with Poe: 572, 575, 607 Lytton, Lord: 340, 497

Mabbott, Dr. Thomas Ollive: viii, xi, xiii, xiv, 106, 168, 198, 245, 259, 361, 365, 575, 699, 720, 721

Macaulay, Thomas B.: 106, 224, 314, 407, 419, 520

McBride, Jane (Mrs. David Poe), great- grandmother of Poe: 679 McCaul, Mrs. F.: 27 McCaul, John: 27 McCrery, tailor: 188 ‘‘Macedonian,” U. S. S.: 118 McFarland, William: 305, 319 MacFarlane, Mr.: 622 McGrouder, Mr.: 27 McIntosh, Maria: 608, 615, 616 Macjilton, Mr.: 285 Mackenzie, Mrs., of Forest Hill: 73 Mackenzie, Sir A.: 372 Mackenzie, Jane, schoolmistress: 84, 85, 655 Mackenzie, John (Jack): 17; and Poe: 78, 80, 85, 274, 302, 303, 610, 613; describes John Allan: 86; recollections of: 92, 98 Mackenzie, Martha: 612 Mackenzie, Mary: 17, 19 Mackenzie, Dr. “Tom”: 613, 668 Mackenzie, William: 20, 37, 699 Mackenzie, Mrs. William, foster-mother of Rosalie Poe: 17, 55, 513, 657 ; and Rosalie Poe: 18, 19, 84, 85, 118, 699; and Virginia Poe: 311; and Poe: 612, 613, 639, 668 Mackenzies, the, foster-parents of Rosalie Poe: 4, 11, 17, 28, 73, 78, 85, 118, 189, 212, 272-274, 302, 304, 311, 315, 559, 610, 612, 652, 654, 659, 681 McLean, Judge: 710


McMichael, Miss: 379 M’Michael, Louis: 347 Macombs, the: 571 Madison House, Norfolk: 665 Madisonian: 518 MaelzeVs Chess Player: 233 Magic Staff, The, by A. J. Davis: 604 Magruder, Allan B.: 223 Mahomet by Washington Irving: 402 Mail and Express, New York: 482, 484, 577, 708

Male, James: 707 Manly, Dr.: 541

Man of the Crowd, The: 384, 386, 413, 516 Manor House Academy, Stoke Newington, Poe attends: 64-71 Mansion House, Philadelphia: 255 JIfan that was Used Up, The: 171, 364, 460 Manual of Conchology by Prof. Wyatt: 356 MS, Found in a Bottle, awarded prize: 281, 282

Marginalia: 324, 493, 501, 548, 589, 637, 660 “Maria,” sloop: 5 Marryat, Captain: 337, 350, 401 Marshall, Chief Justice John: 44, 47, 101, 118, 296, 297, 331 Martin, Henry: 627

Mary Had a Little Lamb by Mrs. Hale: 347 Maryland Historical Association, the: xiv, 672

Marx, Joseph: 118 Mason, Edgar: 133

Masque of the Red Death, The: 415, 426 Massachusetts Mercury, the: 4 Massachusetts Spy: 706 Masury & Hartshorn, photographers: 622 Matchett & Woods, printers: 209 Mathew Carey, A Study in American LU-> erature by Dr. Bradsher: 399, 419 Mathews, Mr.: 129, 547 Maybery, Colonel: 5 Mayo, Miss: 273 Mayo, Mr.: 689 Mayo, Mrs.: 315 Mayo, John: 217 Mayo, Louise Allan: 194 Meade, Mr.: 713, 714 Meade, D.: 24 Meade, John E.: 24 Melanie by N. P. Willis: 496 MeUonta Tauta: 642; quoted: 411,412, 648 Melville, Herman: 338 Memoir (of E. A. Poe) by J. H. Whitty (see Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe) Memoirs of C. G. L^nd: 510 Memorial Church, Richmond: 44, 79, 101 Merchant* s Magazine: 57$, 590 MerUn by L. A. Wilmer: 170, 656, 703


INDEX


738

Mesmeric Revelation: 475, 485, 493, 526, 539

Metamora, or the Last of the Wampa- noags by Stone: 516 Metropolitan Magazine: 637 Metzenger stein: 263, 323 Michelangelo: 364

Middleton, Henry, American consul: 162, 211

Miller, Mr.: 690

Miller, Drummond Emmanuel: 133 Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth, John Allan’s sis- ter: 32, 53, 57, 289, 690, 692-694 Miller, Dr. James A.: 280, 282, 284, 307 Miller, John: 401 Miller, John L.: 554 MUler, Mrs. John L.: 554 Miller, P. G., clerk: 687 Miller, Sarah, quoted: 554, 555 Millott^s Elements of Ancient and Mod- ern History: 706

Mills Nursery Company: 154, 155

Milton, John: 106, 209, 248, 344, 462

Mind of Poe, The, by Killis Campbell: viii

Miner, Garrett: 99

Minerva and Emerald: 212, 284

Minor, B. B., editor: 521

Minors, the: 124

Mirror, New York: 250, 433, 487, 491, 496, 503, 633; satirizes Poe: 325; English’s re- ply to Poe in: 562-565 ; Poe sues for libel: 566 (see also Evening Mirror)

Miscellany by Washington Irving: 402 Mitchell, Charles: 710 Mitchell, Dr. John Kearsley: 418, 431, 432, 433

Mitchell, S. A.: 413 Mitchie, William: 128 Moby Dick by Melville: 338 Modern Petrarch, A {A Study of Alex- ander's Stream), by H. W. Shoemaker: 364

Moncure, Robinson & Pleasants: 54 Montgomery, Rev. Robert: 407 Monticello, estate of Thomas Jefferson: 121, 124

Monumental Episcopal Church, Richmond: 15, 595

Moore, Bishop: 47, 77, 544 Moore, Channing: 86

Moore, Thomas: 106, 107, 141, 173, 209, 382, 401, 407, 497, 662 Moran, Dr. J. J., attends Poe at death: 673; writes Mrs. Clemm: 718; lectures about Poe’s death: 718 Moran, Mary 0. (Mrs. J. J.): 673, 674 MoreUa: 276, 314, 364, 368


Morgan, Lady: 401

Morgan Legion {see Richmond Junior Vol- unteers)

Morning on the Wissahiccon: 404-406, 463 Morrell, Benjamin: 337 Morris, Mr.: 269

Morris, George P., editor: 341, 496, 497, 541, 606; songs by: 483 ; at Virginia Poe’s funeral: 581

Morrisons, the, boarding-house of: 466 Mosses from an Old Manse by Hawthorne* 575

Mott, Lucretia: 519 Mott, Dr. Valentine: 335, 551, 582 Mowatt, Mrs. Anna Cora: 515-517 Moxon, publisher: 425 Moyamensing Prison, Poe in: 650 Mumford, Lewis: 479 Munsey, Frank A.: 384 Munsey*s Magazine: 410, 459 Murders in the Rue Morgue, The: 61, 324, 398, 407; quoted: 408; discussed: 413, 454, 460, 526

Murdock, James E., actor, recites The Raven: 511, 512,515 Murray, John, publisher: 71, 86 Murray, Lindley: 54 Murray* s Reader: 55, SOI Murray*s Speller: 55

Museum, Baltimore: 367, 368; Poe in: 357 Mutiny of the Bounty, The, Poe reads: 337, 350

Myers, Ewart, & Company: 55 Myers, Moses, & Sons: 54 Mystery of Edwin Drood, The, Dickens: 401

Mystery of Marie Rogit, The: 407, 526;

sources of: 409 Mystification: 532

Nacoochie by T. H. Chivers: 422 Napoleon I: 55, 251, 482, 484, 636 Napoleon III: 391, 499 Narcissa by Young: 543 Narrative of A. Gordon Pym, The: 317, 327, 330, 336, 350, 361, 372, 454; sources of: 48, 75, 79, 323; published: 337, 338, 419, 477; reviewed: 362, 379; Poe recalls scenes from in last agony: 674 Narrative of Four Voyages to the South Sea and the Pacific, Poe reads: 337 Nason, Dr. Lowell, publisher: 348 Nassau Hall, Princeton: 254 National Cdendar: 186 Natural History by Lemonnier: 357 Nature Displayed by Dufief: 130, 141


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INDEX


Neal, John: 474, 592, 635; and Poe: 203, 209, 719; first notices Poe: 207; corre- sponds with Poe: 210, 719; Mrs. Whit- man’s comments on: 604; and Pinkney: 614; Mrs. Clemm’s letter to; 717 Nelson, Dr.: 76 Nelson, Thomas: 288, 693, 695 New Englander: 325 New Letters about Poe: 623 Newman, Mary: 268 New Mirror: 496, 497 New National Theatre^ Philadelphia: 387 News, Illustrated Saturday Magazine, Rich- mond: 194

Newton, Sir Isaac: 584 New York, N. Y.; Poe in: 244-250, 329-341, 466-609; in 1846: 544; newspapers (see individual names)

New York Directory: 490 New York Harbor in June, 1844: 478 New York Historical Society: 514; Poe lec- tures before: 508

New York Public Library: xiv, 526 New York State Archives: 567 New York University: 520 Nichol, Dr.: 584

Nichols, Mrs. Mary Gove: 547, 560, 567, 575, 579; quoted: 569-571, 576, 577 Nicholas I, Tsar: 246 Nineteenth Century: 649 Nineteenth, Richmond, Regiment; 100 Noah, Maj. M. M.: 708 NoaWs New York Sunday Times: 462 Norfolk, Va.: Rosalie Poe born in: 4, 11 Norfolk Academy, Poe lectures before: 665 Norman Leslie by T, S. Fay, criticized by Poe: 325

“North, Christopher”: 224 North American, Baltimore: 150, 170, 683, 705; W. H. L. Poe in: 117, 168, 260, 323, 584, 656, 702

North American Quarterly Magazine of Baltimore: 355

North American Quarterly: 345 North American Review: 164, 325, 374, 376, 398 549

Northern Traveller, TAe*, reference; 221, 240, 254

Norval, acted by Joseph Burke; 340 Nutt, Conway: 128

O’Beirne, Gen. James R.: 482, 484 Oberholtzer, E. P.: 343, 420, 464, 515 Oblong Box, The: 171, 180, 472, 475, 532 O’Cataract, Jehu (see Neal, John)

Odeon, the: 529

Ode on a Grecian Flute by R. H. Stoddard: 522, 523


Ode on a Grecian Urn by Keats: 522 Of the Fragment of Kubla Khan by Cole- ridge: 490

Okie, Dr. A. H.: 622

Old Swan Tavern, Richmond: 652, 654, 659,

biz

Olive Branch, The (textbook) : 55 Olney, Christopher: 707 Olney, Nathaniel: 707 1002 Tale, The: SOS Opal: 405

Oquawka Spectator: 644 Orion, by R. H. Horne, reviewed by Poe: 462

Osgood, Mrs. Frances Sargent (Locke): 541, 597, 620, 624, 630, 632, 639, 657; and Griswold: 510, 514, 545; and Poe: 514, 515, 517, 519, 524, 527, 528, 544-563, 577, 607, 625; described: 515, 542, 631; com- ments on Poe: 525; Poe’s review of: 508, 547, 660; Poe’s valentine to: 642 Osgood, Samuel S., artist: 514, 519 Ossoli, Countess (see Fuller, Margaret)

Otis, Dunlop & Co.: 688

Our Young Folks (magazine): 391

“Outis,” Poe’s controversy with: 518, 529

Outlook: 245

“Outram,” ship: 4

Owens, William: 392, 428

Owl, The, by H. B. Hirst: 421

Pabodie, W. J.: 623, 627-629 Pcean, The, quoted: 234 Pamela by Richardson: 344 Paradis Artificiels Opium et Hashchisch, Les, by Charles Baudelaire: 413 Parker, Mrs. Poe’s landlady: 343 Parkinson: 356

Park Theatre, New York: 10, 516 Pascal, Mr.: 687 Patriot, Richmond: 683 Patterson, Edward Howard Norton, and the Stylus: 643-646, 649, 653, 656, 659 Patterson, J. B.: 644

Patterson, Louisa Gabriella (see Allan, Louisa Gabriella)

Paul, Howard; 410, 459 Paulding, James K.; 317, 330, 332, 335| S3S Paulinus, St., Bishop of Nola: 596 Payne, John Howard: 10, 341 Peak, The, by Cooper: 255 Peal, Mr.: 365 Pease, Peter Pindar: 245 Redder, James, editor: 339, 341, 342, 354, 355

Pedlar’s Mills, Charles Ellis’ estate: 27 Penance of Roland, The, by H. B. Hirst: 423


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INDEX


Ttnn, proposed magazine of Poe: 349, 351, 370, 373, 377, 380, 383, 384, 385, 386, 388, 389, 394, 426, 432, 441, 719 ; prospectus of: 375, 376, 443 (see also Stylus) '

Penn, William: 350 Pennsylvania Freeman: 346, 519 Pennsylvania Historical Association, xiv, 343 Percy, Earl: 67

Perley, Thaddeus, name assumed by Poe: 500

Perry, Edgar A., alias of Poe: 167, 171, 183, 186, 187, 192, 193, 195 Peterson, Charles J., editor: 346, 390, 393, 431; quarrel wi^ Poe: 425; helps Poe: 427, 588, 651; Griswold’s anonymous letters about: 452, 455 Peterson, George W., editor: 346, 390, 393, 431

Peterson, Theophilus Beasely, editor: 346, 390, 393, 431

Peterson, Thomas: 346, 390, 393, 431 Peter the Great, Tsar: 138 Petticolas, Arthur: 660 Phelps, Mrs.: 457

Philadelphia, Pa., Poe in: 255, 256, 342-465, 501 ; at the time of Poe: 342-346; Sartain incident in: 649-651; newspapers {see in- dividual names)

Philadelphia Magazines and their Contribu- tors, The, by Prof. A. H. Smyth: 343 Philadelphia Steam Boat Line: 254 Phillips, Mrs., milliner and landlady of Poe’s mother: 3-20,

Phillips & Samson, publishers: 365 Philosophy of Composition, The: 489, 548, 593

Philosophy of Furniture, The: 411, 489, 538- 540, 594

Pike, General, claims part of The Raven: 489

Pinakidia: 324, 501 Pinckney, Gov. Charles: 708 Pinkney, Edward Coote: 106, 209, 614 Pioneer, Lowell’s magazine: 439, 440, 450 Pirate, The, by W. H. L. Poe: 150, 168, 656, 702

Pkdde, Mr., actor-manager of Mrs. David Poe: 3, 8, 15, 17, 18, 20, 36, 180 Plato: 635

Pleadwell, Captain F. L.: 168 Plemnts, Mr., editor: 611 Pleasants, Hugh: 133

Pleasants, James, Governor of Virginia: 24, 99, 100, 102 Pleasants, Phill: 689

Pliny: 596 , rt:. a n

Poe, Alexander, great-great unde of E. A. P.:

679


Poe, Miss A. F.: 434, 667 Poe and His Critics (see Was Poe Immoral?) Poe and John Neal by E. B. Hill: 720 Poe and the Raven by Gen. James R. O’Beirne: 482

Poe, Anna, great-great aunt of E. A. P.: 679 Poe Cottage at Fordham, The, by R. G. Bolton: 567

Poe, David, great-great-grandfather of E. A. P.: 679

Poe, David, great-grandfather of E. A. P.: 679

Poe, “General” David, grandfather of E. A. P.: 262, 679, 680; wishes to adopt E. A. P.: 38, 39; La Fayette’s tribute to: 101, 129; services of: 101, 185, 195, 197; adopts W. H. L. Poe: 4, 699, 700 Poe, Mrs. (“General”) David (Elizabeth Cairnes), grandmother of E. A. P.: 196, 260, 262, 263, 275, 310, 679, 680 ; lives with Mrs. Clemm: 203-205, 257, 700, 703 ; dies: 296, 300

Poe, David, father of E. A. P.: 20, 70, 116, 163, 262, 680; as an actor: 7, 8, 10, 31, 699; parts played by: 7; marries Eliza- beth Arnold-Hopkins: 8; “disappearance” of: 10, 683, 700; law student: 6, 259, 700, 702

Poe, Mrs. David (Elizabeth Arnold) , mother of E. A. P.: 117, 180, 599, 680; joins Richmond Players: 3, 14; poverty of: 3; birth of: 4; stage debut of: 5; as an actress: 5-7, 699; parts played by: 5-9; marries C. D. Hopkins: 7, 681; marries David Poe: 8, 683; bears Edgar Allan and William Henry Leonard: 9, 699 ; bene- fit for: 10, 18; unfortunate correspond- ence of: 11; sickness of: 11, 13, 14-19; bears Rosalie: 11, 700; scandal about: 12, 13, 31, 103, 238, 261 ; death of: 19-21, 681; miniature of: 20, 580 Poe, Edgar Allan: References to central character will be found under association with other persons, events, or places Poe, Eliza (see Herring, Mrs. Henry)

Poe, George: 207, 275, 531 Poe, George, of Mobile, E. A. P.’s appeal to, for Mrs. Clemm: 316 Poe, John: 6

Poe, Mosher, cousin of E. A. P.: 200, 238 Poe, Neilson, cousin of E. A. P.: 207, 259, 263, 279, 531, 673; opposes Poe’s mar- riage to Virginia: 262, 291, 306, 309, 318 Poe, R.: 316

Poe, Rosalie (Rose) : 18, 38, 47, 55, 73, 78, 80, 117, 189, 212, 272, 315,^560, 572, 610, 652, 668; arrivd ip Richmond: 3, 4; birth of: 4, 11, 680, 681; adopted by


INDEX


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Poe, Rosalie (Rose)— Continwci Mackenzies: 19, 20, 37, 39, 80: de- scribed: 85, 274; lack of development of: 85, 117, 311, 559, 655 ; legitimacy of, ques- tioned: 103, 116, 117, 238, 261, 700; quoted: 299, 474; visits at Fordham: 556, 559, 580

Poe, Sarah, great-great-grandmother of E. A. P.: 679


Poe, Virginia Maria (Clemm) (Mrs. Edgar Allan): 203-206, 215, 257, 258, 260, 263, 277, 296, 301, 305, 311, 316, 321, 322, 328, 330, 332, 336, 340, 341, 353, 361, 370, 371, 381, 384, 385, 404, 408, 428, 431, 436, 446, 460, 462, 464-469, 471, 477, 482, 514, 519, 582, 583, 585, 588, 589, 594, 599, 600, 612, 625, 627, 639, 650, 651, 666, 703; death of: 162, 579-581; marries Poe: vii, 262, 291, 309, 704; carries notes: 267, 270, 294; described: 271, 311-313, 358; Poe’s feel- ing for: 286, 291, 358, 391, 457, 458, 632, 793; marriage to Poe opposed; 306, 308; second marriage to Poe: 318-320; sick- ness of: 383, 425, 427, 429, 432-434, 451, 491, 514, 524, 528, 532, 545, 547, 552; and Mrs, Graham: 391 ; collapse of: 417, 419; at Bloomingdale: 483-499, 551; Mrs. Os- good’s comments on: 525; last public appearance of: 544; at Turtle Bay: 552- 556; at Fordham: 556-561, 567, 568-581; Poe’s letter to: 559

Poe, Virginia, friend of Mrs. Shelton: 666 Poe, William, of Augusta: 306, 318 Poe, William, of Baltimore: 383, 453, 521 Poe, William Henry Leonard: xi, xiii, 238, 262, 310, 381, 680, 681 ; adopted by “Gen- eral” Poe: 4, 9, 11, 38, 699, 701; John Allan’s letter to: 12, 23, 101, 103, 104, 116, 261, 700; as an author: 20, 117, 168, 323, 656; and Poe; 117, 258, 259; a midship- man: 117, 170; lives with Mrs. Clemm: 203, 206, 215, 257, 702; sickness of: 246, 259, 312; death of: 260, 703; Poe en- dorses note of: 264; sketch of: 699-703 Poe in Philadelphia by Alexander Harvey:


392, 421

Poe Memorial Association: 567 “Poe Canon” by Killis Campbell: viii Poems: 245; published: 247; dedication of: 247

Poems by Edgar AUan Poe witk an firigif^ Memoir by R. H. Stoddard: 84, 134, 153,


547

Poems by Thomas Campbell: 106, 229

Poems by Mr. Lord; 518

Poems by O. W. Holmes: 578

Poems of Sarah Helen WhUman, The: ^

Poems by Two Brothers, Tennyson: 165


Poems, Sacred, Passionate, and Humorous, The, by N. P. Willis: 496 Poems of Poe by Killis Campbell: 164 Poems Written in Youth: 533 Poe*s Brother, The Poetry of WiUiam Henry Leonard Poe by Allen and Mabbott: xiii, 20, 168, 584, 656, 699

Poe*s Collected Works: 421, 667; Griswold withholds copyright of, from Mrs. Clemm: 717

Poe*s Gold-Bug from the Standpoint of an Entomologist by Prof. A. Smyth, Jr.: 176 Poe^s Helen by Miss Ticknor: 602, 623 Poe*s Mary by A. Van Cleef: 268, 427 Poe*s Philadelphia Homes by E. P. Ober- holtzer: 343

Poe*s Reading by Killis Campbell: 107 Poetic Principle, The: 249, 593, 608, 648, 657, 665, 667

Poets and Poetry of America, Anthology.

by Griswold: 397 Pogue, misprint for Poe' 437 Poland, rebellion of: 246 Polk, James K., President: 499, 535, 648 Politian: 21b, 278, 313, 323, 564; reviewed:

720; sources of: 720 Polloc’s: 686 Poore, Mr.: 688

Poore, Mrs., Poe’s landlady: 304, 305, 308, 311

Pope, Alexander: 82, 536 Porter, Dr., editor: 497 Porter, Miss: 400

Poitiaux, Catherine Elizabeth, Poe’s first sweetheart: 43, 54, 59, 61, 611, 663 Portland, Me.: Elizabeth Arnold’s stage debut in: 4 Post, Mr., editor: 640

Poulson's Philadelphia American Daily Ad- vertiser: 596

Power, Susan Anna: 602, 627 Power, Nicholas: 602 Power, Mrs. Nicholas: 602, 627, 629 Powers, Hiram, sculptor: 709 Powhatan by Seba Smith, reviewed by Poe: 407, 542

P. P. & Johnston: 685 Premature Burial, The: 415, 475; quoted; 485, 486

Press, Philadelphia: 392, 421 Preston, Col. (Hon.) James P.: 196, 197 Prince, Mr.: 340 Prince’s Linnsan Garden: 340 Prometheus by Lowell: 450 Prose Romances of Edgar A. Poe, pub- lished: 460

Prose Writers of America by Griswold: 509 Prothero, Rowland Em 71 Pundit: 412


INDEX


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Purloined Letter ^ The: 475, 526 Putnam, George P., publisher, publishes Eureka: 592, 609

Putnam’s Sons, G. P., publishers: 424

“Quarles,” nom de plume of Poe: xiii, 506, 719

Queen Mab by Shelley: 209 Quentin Durward: 401 Quesnay, M., the Academy of: 15

Rabelais: 552 Ragland, Dudley: 686 Ramsay, Arch: 58, 539, 572 Ramsay, David, historian* 708 Rancocus, The, by Cooper: 255 Randolph, Mr.: 76 Randolph, David Meade: 104 Randolph, J. W.: 664 Randolph, John: 711 Randolph, William: 76 Rationale of Verse, The: 461, 611 Raven, The: 390, 413, 460, 472, 498, 499, 510, 515, 519, 533, 540, 543, SSO, 589, 595, 642, 657, 661, 664; read by Poe: 228, 462, 478, 487, 529, 530, 545, 610, 655, 658, 665; sources of: 410, 425, 484, 486; claimed by others: 421, 489; quoted: 433; rejected by Graham* s: 460, 511; dis- cussed: 488-491; published: 495, 505-509, 510, 521; recited by Murdock: 512; Mrs. Whitman reads verses to: 593, 606 Raven, The, and Other Poems: 177, 526;

published: 533, 592 Rawle, Francis: xiv, 343 Rawlings, Dr. George: 652 Read, Cadet: 218

Recollections of a Busy Life by Horace Greeley: 531 Recorder, Boston: 496 Red Hill, Charles ElUs’ estate: 27, 37 Reeside, Mr. (“The Admiral”), mail con- tractor: 351

Reid, Captain Mayne: 354, 391, 429, 431, 452

Reminiscences of Poe by T. D. English: 452 Reminiscences (of Poe) by Gabriel Harri- son: 463

Review, New York: 330, 332, 339 Reynolds, Mr.: 56

Reynolds, J. N.: 337, 674; Poe calls for, when dying: 674 Rhett, Colonel: 174 Rice, Rev. John H.: 689 Richard, Mr. and Mrs.: 37, 73 Richard^n, Major: 522 Richardson, Reverend: 39 Richardson, Mrs. C. £., tavern of; 79, 152, 160


Richardson, William, schoolmaster: 35, 36, 48, 49

Richmond, Mr.: 638, 633 Richmond, Mrs. Annie: 717; and Poe: 582, 606, 632, 634, 635, 638, 646; Poe loves: 599, 609, 617, 621, 625-631, 663, 674; Poe meets: 608; corresponds with Poe: 639- 641, 642, 643; Mrs. Clemm’s letters to: 640, 652; Sarah (Caddy), writer of: 621, 626, 638

Richmond, Va., in 1820: 78; Poe’s affection for: 233, 247; Poe in: 302-309, 311-328, 609-615, 651-669

Richmond, Its People and Its Story by Mary Newton Stanard: 101 Richmond Junior Volunteers: 101, 129^ 167; organized: 100; Poe elected Lieutenant of: 100

Richmond Players, Mr. Placide’s Com- pany of: 3

Richmond Theatre: 15, 44: burning of* 36, 192

Richmond, University of: 80 Ricketts, Mr., schoolmaster: 48, 338 Riebsam, W. D.: 442 Roberts, letter from Poe: 409 Robertson, author of America: 130 Robertson, Dr.: 60 Robinson Crusoe by Defoe: 79 Robinson, J., clerk: 691, 695 Robinson, Dr. William M.: 320 Rochefoucauld: 248

Rogers, Mary Cecilia, the murder of: 409 Rolf, Jane: 714 Rollin, French historian: 130 Rollins, Conductor George: 672 Romance: 533

Romance of the American Stage, The, by M. C. Crawford: 515 Roosevelt, Theodore, President: 438 Rosenbach, Mr.: 378, 460 Ross, Mr.: 218 Rousseau, J. J.: 98 Roussel, Eugene: 391

Royster, Sarah Elmira (Myra) (Mrs. Shel- ton), Poe’s sweetheart: 165, 206, 212, 300, 308, 322, 463, 613, 633, 639, 646, 654, 670, 674; described: 110; and Poe: 110, 111,

118, 140, 142, 143, 147, 168, 209, 249, 358, 595, 599, 700, 702; engagement to Poe:

119, 701; Poe’s letters kept from: 126, 136; engagement to Poe broken: 136, 148, 150, 152; married: 189, 296; story by, in the Bijou: 296; “Sylvio’s” poem to: 304; sees Poe at party: 305; Poe’s drawing of; 349; second engagement to Poe: 582, 609,


INDEX


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Royster, Sarah Elmira — Continued 643, 662-669; again sees Poe: 611; Poe woos: 612, 615, 654-658; writes Mrs. Clemm: 666, 668; memory of Poe: 717 Roysters, the, parents of Elmira: 110, 306; loan money to John Allan: 110; oppose Poe’s engagement to Elmira: 111, 151; intercept Poe’s letters to Elmira: 136, 701 ; lie to Poe: 189

Rufus Dawes: A Retrospective Criticism: 439

RusselVs Magazine: 374 Rutgers Institute: 525 Rutgers Street Church: 525 Rutherford, Col. Thomas: 109

Sailor, Joseph, editor: 453 ^

St. George’s Church, London: 4 St. George’s Parish, London: 680 St. James’ Church, Richmond: 77 St. John, Roman Catholic College of: 568, 571

St. John’s Church, New York: 332, 336, 340

St. John’s College, Cambridge: 69, 363, 385

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Richmond:

20, 36, 39, 44, 599, 681 St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Baltimore: 256, 262, 309, 704

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, New York:

330, 340 Sadler, Mr.: 669 Sadler’s Restaurant: 668 Saltmarsh, A.: 63 Sanders & Ortley, publishers: 318 Sanxey, Mr.: 664

Sanxey’s Book Store, Richmond: 211, 315, 664

Saratoga incident: 433, 452, 464, 517 Sargent, Epes: 516

Sartain, John, engraver: 390, 425, 428, 431; reminiscences of: 354, 393, 421; and Poe: 423; Poe begs for laudanum: 474, 641; cares for Poe: 649-651 Sartain* 5 Union Magazine: 390, 640, 649;

The Bells in: 595 Sartor Resartus by Carlyle: 326 Saturday C hr omelet Philadelphia: 377 Saturday Courier, Philadelphia: 267, 423;

Poe in: 263, 266, 278 Saturday Evening Chronicle: Poe in: 357 Saturday Evening Post: 216, 263, 346, 384, 387, 388, 454, 583

Saturday Museum, Philadelphia; 441, 442, 443, 451


Saturday Visiter, Baltimore: 282, 284, 335, 357; Poe in: 266; awards prize to Poe; 280-282, 292 Saunders, Colonel: 27 Saunders, Mr., librarian: 519 Saunders, S.: 686

Saville, Charles 0., clerk: 288, 687, 691, 695 Scenes from Politian: 533 School for Scandal, The, by Richard Brins- ley Sheridan: 517 .

Schwabe, astronomer: 412 Scott, Mr.: 709 Scott, McLurin: 31

Scott, Sir Walter: 57, 106, 107, 350, 372, 400, 707

Scott, Gen. Winfield: 80, 214, 226, 315, 582 Scribner* s Magazine: 662 Scribnefs Monthly: 441, 478 Scribner’s Sons, Charles, publishers: xiv, 602 Scripture Sketches by N. P. Willis: 543 Seawell, William: 133 Sedgwick, Catherine: 543, 606 Selden, William: 128 Sentinel and Witness: 489 Seven Mountains, The, by H. W. Shoe- maker: 364

Sewanee Review: 60, 126 Shakespeare, William: 248, 304, 344, 713 Shapley, R. E.: 586 Sharp, Col. Solomon P.: 720 Shea, John Augustus: 228, 508, 519; and The Raven: 502, 505-507 Shea, Judge George: 228, 505, 506; quoted: 508, 509

Shelley, Percy Bysshe: 71, 84, 106, 141, 224, 450, 594, 636

Shelton, A. Barrett: 136, 151, 152, 189, 657, 702

Shelton, Mrs. A. Barrett {see Royster, Sarah Elmira)

Shelton, Mrs. S. E.: 349 Shephard, B. J.: 686 Shepherd & Pollard: 688 Sherburne, Miss: 454 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley: 448 Sherley, Douglas: 140

Shew, Mrs. Marie Louise: 567, 578, 588, 609, 632 ; and Poe: 335, 551, 556, 577, 595- 599, 607, 618; quoted: 162; at Virginia Poe’s death -bed: 579-581; corresponds with Poe: 579, 643; helps Poe: 582, 583, 592, 606, 641, 643; Poe’s love for: 587, 589, 594; described: 593 Shoemaker, H. W.: 364 Short & Co., publisher: 539 Sigourney, Mrs.; 323, 508 S^ce—a Fable: 335, 533 Simmons, Mrs. Samuel F.: 276


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INDEX


Simms, William Gilmore: 327, 402, 539^*547 ; letter to Poe: 573-575

Simpson, Mr., manager of the Park Thea- tre: 516

Sinless Child, The, by Mrs. Smith: 560 Siope (see Silence — a Fable)

Sixpenny Magazine: 567, 571 Slaughter, Philip: 128

Sleeper, The: 179, 247, 250, 323,- 533;

quoted: 234 Smerdon, Henry: 707

Smith, Mr., Collector of the Port: 436, 437, 438, 446

Smith, Mrs. (Miss Herring), Poe’s cousin: 579, 580

Smith, A. C., paints portrait of Poe: 475 Smith, Arthur: 131 Smith, Prof. C. Alphonso: 171 Smith, Elizabeth {see Arnold, Mrs. Henry) Smith, Elizabeth Oakes (Mrs. Seba): 515, 519, 541, 542, 547, 593 ; comments on Poe: 258, 311, 524, 543, 544, 647; salon of: 544; quoted: 545; Poe’s review for: 560, 561; and Mrs. Whitman: 603 Smith, Prophet Joseph: 537 Smith, Samuel S.: 254 Smith, Seba: 407, 508, 542 Smith, William, actor, great-grandfather of Poe: 680

Smith, Hon. William Loughton: 708 Smyth, Prof. A. H.: 343, 425 Smyth, Prof. Ellison A., Jr.: 176 Snodgrass, Dr. James Evans, and Poe: 284; corresponds with Poe: 351, 361, 364, 366, 367-369, 380, 395, 410, 419, 468; and Poe’s death: 671, 672 Snodgrass, W. D.: 525 Snowden, Mrs.: 6

Snyder, John T.: xiv, 507, 522, 562, 673 Society Library, New York, Poe’s lecture at: 581, 582

Solee, Mr., actor-manager: 5, 7 Solomon, Capt. James; 57 Some Letters of Edgar Allan Poe to E. H, N. Patterson of Oquawka, Illinois, with com- ments by Eugene Field: 643 Somes, John T.: 133

Some Words with a Mummy: 532 ; quoted: 537

Song (*T saw thee”): 151 Song of the Winds, The, by J. H. Hewitt: 281

Sons of Temperance, Poe takes oath of; 660

South Carolina, College of: 318 South CaroUna Gazette: 707 South Carolina State Gazette: 6


Southern Literary Messenger: 13, 296, 319, 335, 361, 367, 368, 371, 375, 376, 455, 464, 467, 469, 472, 512, 520, 609, 610, 645, 659; Poe in: 79, 87, 265, 294, 295, 304, 406, 422, 426, 431, 485, 507, 514, 521, 611, 613, 637, 642, 643, 674, 711 ; Poe on: 167, 304, 305, 310, 313-318, 321, 323-332, 348, 612, 644; offices of: 304; and Poe: 538, 660; Cooke’s biography of Poe in: 589; in difficulty: 640; Ingraham on Poe in: 711 Southern Religious Telegraph: 319 South Sea Expedition by J. N. Reynolds, reviewed by Poe: 674 Sparhawk, Edwin V.: 320 Spectacles, The: 532 Spencer, Mr.: 671 Spicer-Simson, Theodore: xiv, 177 Spirit of Poesy by Tuckerman, comment on, by Poe: 440

Spirit of the Times: 442, 454, 462, 561 ; Poe’s reply to English in: 565 Spirits of the Dead: 364 Spotswood, George W.: 136, 154 Spring, Marcus: 541, 546 Stace, Mary Leighton: 497 Stanard, Jane Stith (“Helen”) (Mrs. Rob- ert) ; death of: 80, 90, 97, 117, 166, 189, 249; Poe meets: 88; Poe loves: 88-90, 92, 358, 618, 620, 656, 674; {see also “Helen,” Poe’s)

Stanard, John C.: 87, 89 Stanard, Mrs. Mary Newton: xiii, 47, 63, 155, 160 (see also Richmond, Its People and Its Story and Valentine Museum Poe Letters)

Stanard, Judge Robert: 87, 88, 90, 118 Stanard, Robert Craig (Bobby): 620, 674; and Poe: 80, 87-90, 92, 97, 303, 315, 611; epitaph of: 90 Stanard, W. G.: xiii, 87 Stanards, the: 320 Standard, Richmond: 148, 194 Stanton & Butler: 384 Stanzas (see In Youth Have I Known)

Star Papers by H. W. Beecher: 497 State Gazette: 707

Steamboat Days by F. E. Dayton: 670 Stephens, Mrs. Ann S.: 542, 581 Stephens, J. L.: 337-339 Sterne, Laurence: 398 Stevenson, Andrew: 195 Stevenson, Robert Louis: 178 Stewart, Norman: 688, 691 Sticks and Stones by L. Mumford: 479 Stocking, Mrs. Jane (see Foster, Jane) Stockton, Cadet: 218

Stoddard, Richard Henry: 84, 322, 522, 523, 541; quoted: 522, 543, 545, 547 (see also Poems by Edgar Allan Poe)


INDEX


Stoddard, Thomas: 295 Stone, playwright: 516 Strobias, the: 663

Stryker’s Bay Tavern, New York: 483, 490, 491

Studies in English, University of Texas: 107 Stylus, the, proposed magazine of Poe: 349, 351, 434, 435, 440, 441, 450-453, 495, 499, 520, 527, 559, 590, 592, 593, 606, 609, 611, 615, 626, 627, 635, 637, 657; and T. C. Clarke: 441-447, 451, 459, 645; and Pat- terson: 643-646, 6^3, 656, 659 (see also Penn)

Sue, Eugene: 597 Sullivan’s Island, Poe on: 170-183 Sully, Julia: xiii Sully, Matthew, actor: 683 Sully, Robert (Rob): 393-683; and Poe: 80, 365, 657; describes Poe: 81; paints portrait of Poe: 611

Sully, Thomas, artist: 390, 392, 393, 683;

paints portrait of Poe: 81, 365 Sullys, the: 320, 322, 683 Sumner, historian: 483, 536 Sun, Baltimore: 672

Sun, New York: 232, 247, 496, 567; Poe’s Balloon Hoax in: 470 Sunday World-Herald: 511 Survilliers, Count de {see Bonaparte, Joseph)

Swallow Barn by J. P. Kennedy: 282 Swift, Jonathan: 552 Sword, Mrs., boarding-house keeper: 256 “Sylph,” ship John Allan sails on: 31 “Sylvio,” nom de plume of Poe: 304 Symons, Arthur: 413, 414, 474 System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, The: 475

Tacitus: 131

Talavera, home of the Talleys: 654, 657, 668 Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A : 143, 463, 481 532

Tales BY Edgar A. Poe: 531, 573, 590; pub- lished: 526, 592 Tales of Hoffmann, The: 275 Tales of the FoUo Club, The: 266, 275, 276, 280, 414, 469; wins Baltimore Saturday Visiter prize: 282; Poe attempts to pub- lish: 285, 317, 318; discussed: 299, 414, 470

Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque: 177, 342, 424, 526; attempts to publish: 398, 425, 463; published: 178, 372, 402, 509; discussed: 408 Talley, Susan Archer (see Weiss, Mrs.) Talleys, the: 654, 657, 658, 667


745 *

Tamerlane: 209, 250, 358, 533, 702, 720; sources of: 118, 141; quoted: 141, 205, 633, 634, 656 ; discussed: 164, 165 Tamerlane and Other roEMs: 146, 169; printed: 163-166, 197, 702 ; format of, 164, 165; destroyed: 183 Taney, Chief Justice Roger B.: 332 Tanner, H. S.: 464 Tarleton, Sir Banastre: 124 Tate, Joseph: 118 Tayle, thief: 73

Taylor, Bayard: 354, 403, 497, 543, 606 Taylor, Thomas: 118 Tazewell, Dr.: 688 Tecumseh by H. G. Colton: 502 “Telegra,” ship: 31 Tellkamp, Professor: 525 Tell-Tale Heart, The: 440, 450, 454, 486 Templeton’s bookshop: 60 Ten Nights in a Barroom by T. S. Arthur. 516

Tennyson, Alfred Lord: 165, 407, 425, 492, 495, 587

Texas, University of: 107 Thackeray, William Makepeace: 323, 341, 345, 346, 497

Thayer, Colonel: 229, 250; appreciation of, for Poe’s work: 235; Poe’s letter to: 246, 247

Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, N. J.: 254

“Thespis” (see Carpenter, C. C.)

Thomas, Miss, actress: 163 Thomas, Belle: 709 Thomas, Calvin: 709

Thomas, Calvin F. S., printer of Tamerlane:

163, 164, 167, 702 Thomas, Dr. Creed: 92, 97, 146 Thomas, Ebenezer S., editor, bookseller, sketch of: 706-710

Thomas, Edward J., letter to Poe: 565 Thomas, Frances: 709 Thomas, Frederick William, editor: 429, 661; quoted: 275, 366, 397, 596, 700, 709; and Poe: 381, 382, 420; corresponds with Poe: 364, 384, 389, 410, 419, 431, 493, 505, 518, 637, 709; sketch of: 373, 706,, 709, 711; tries to get government position for Poe: 389, 395, 396, 409, 434, 438, 440, 447, 449

Thomas, G.: 712, 716

Thomas, Isaiah, publisher, printer, sketch

' of: 706, 709

Thomas, Lewis: 709

Thomas, Martha: 163, 709

Thomas, Mary: 709

Thomas, Susan: 709

Thomas & Male: 707


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INDEX


Thompson, Giovanni, artist: 603 Thompson, John R., editor: 521, 611, 645, 654; rescues,, Poe: 609; and Poe: 610, 611, 613, 660; and Patterson: 659; Poe borrows money from: 667 ; Poe gives ms. of Annabel Lee to: 668 Thornton, Mrs.: 73 Thornton, Anthony R.: 16 Thornton, Dr. Philip: 40, 73 Thorwaldsen, sculptor: 709 Thou Art the Man: 475 Three Sundays in a Week: 573 Ticknor, Caroline; 602, 623 Ticknor, George: 123

Ticknor, William D., corresponds with Poe: 548, 578

Ticknor & Fields, publishers; 578 Tid-bits: 267

Times, New York: 463, 708, 720 Times Book Review, New York: 720 Times-Democrat, New Orleans: 123, 140 Timothy & Mason: 707 To : 533

To Allegra Florence in Heaven by T. H. Chivers, quoted: 489

ToF : 514, 533; quoted: 544

ToF sS. 0 d: 533

To Helen: 247, 249, 323, 413, 528, 533, 599, 619; sources of: 88; quoted: 90, 234 To I ant he in Heaven: 364 To Mary: 270, 314

Tomlin, John, editor: 373 ; corresponds with Poe: 389, 409, 455, 456; Wilmer’s letter to: 456, 458

To My Mother: 642; quoted: 599 To One in Paradise: 533 Tortesa by N. P. Willis, reviewed by Poe: 361, 497

To Sarah (“Sylvio’0 : 304, 314 To Science: 216, 225, 252, 533

To the River : 533

Tournefort, Joseph P. de: 142 Townsend, Mr.: 708 To Zante: 146, 323, 533 Travellers Guide, The, by H. S. Tanner: 464

Travels in Arabia Petrosa by J. L. Stephens:

337, 338; reviewed by Poe: 339 Treasure Island by Stevenson: 178 Tree, Maria, singer: 340 Tribune, New York: 506, 509, 546 Trinity College, Dublin: 81 Trumbull, artist; 335

Tubbs, Charles, actor: 4-6; marries Eliza- beth Smith-Amold: 5, 681, 853 (see also Smith, Elizabeth)

Tubbs, Mrs. Charles (see Smith, Elizabeth) Tucker, Beverley, critic: 13, 317 Tucker, Prof. George: 123, 133, 142, 146


Tucker, Thomas Goode: 126, 127, 129, 138, 140

Tuckerman, Henry T.: 440, 526

Tuhey, sailor: 267, 275

Turtle Bay, Poe and his family at: 552-556

“Tusculum, The” (see Delphian Club)

Tutwiler, Henry: 128

Twain, Mark: 507

Twice-Told Tales by Hawthorne, reviewed by Poe: 426

Tyler, John, President: 389, 396, 435, 446, 450

Tyler, John: 450 TYler, John H.: 562

Tyler, Robert, tries to get appointment for Poe: 396, 434-436, 438, 443, 444, 446, 447, 450

Tyrell, Mr., quoted: 482 Tyson, Gen. J. W.: 436

Ulalume: All, 575, 588, 589, 624, 665;

sources of: 422, 423, 584; Poe recites; 665 “Ultima Thule” portrait of Poe: 623 Uncle Tom's Cabin by Mrs. H. B. Stowe: 536

Undine by Fouque, reviewed by Poe: 382 Union Hotel, Richmond: 101 Union Line (steamers): 254 Union Magazine: 608; fails: 640 United States Gazette: 346 United States Hotel, Baltimore: 671 United States Hotel, New York: 552 United States Hotel, Philadelphia: 255, 351, 423, 424

United States Military Academy; Poe con- templates: 190, 191; Poe appointed to: 214; Poe attends: 215, 218-235; Poe’s room at: 227, 228, 231-233; Poe’s drink- ing at: 231; subscriptions for Poems in: 234; Poe’s court-martial: 237, 238-240; Poe’s dismissal from: 240; Poe leaves: 240; dedication of Poe’s Poems to: 247 United States Military Magazine: 383 United States Review and Literary Gazette: 164

United States Saturday Post; accuses Poe of plagiarism: 454; Poe in: 454 Unpublished Documents Relating to PoPs Early Years by Killis Campbell: 60 Upsher, Mr.: 444 Usher, Mr.: 6, 9 Usher, Elizabeth: 683 Usher, Thomas: 683

Valentine, A: 642

Valentine, Anne Moore, Poe’s “aunt”: 37, 53-55, 61, 64, 72-74, 77, 83, 86, 95, 116, 183, 212, 272, 274, 280, 287, 302, 682; and Poe: 16, 58-60, 148, 188; affection


INDEX


747


Valentine, Anne Moore — Continued of, for Poe: 22, 40, 43, 95, 120, 147; de- scribed: 28, 162; and Poe: 59, 60, 77, 148, 188; helps Poe: 70, 112, 161, 208, 702; John Allan proposes to: 214; in will of William Galt: 289, 690; an orphan: 683; in will of John Allan: 692, 694 Valentine, Edward: 47, 50; Poe appeals to: 626

Valentine, Edward, V., quoted: xi, xiii, 16, 47, 51, 61, 72, 79, 118, 120, 126, 140, 187, 590, 612, 654, 65.5, 657, 668, 682, 683 Valentine, Granville S.: xiii Valentine, John, of Fordham: 581 Valentine, Mary, of Fordham: 581 Valentine Museum, Richmond: x, xiv, 62 Valentine Museum Collection (see Valentine Museum Poe Letters)

Valentine Museum Poe Letters: x, 39, 62, 70, 130, 134, 145, 155, 160, 181, 184, 190, 193, 200, 201, 206, 212, 214, 215, 218, 221, 222, 226, 236, 244, 260, 264-267, 273, 279, 303, 326, 668

Valentines, the, of Fordham: 571, 581 Valley of the Many-Colored Grass, The: 252 Valley of Unrest, The: 234, 247, 249, 260, 472, 533, 596

Van Cleef, Augustus: 268, 427 Van Cotts, the: 572

Van Sychel, Elijah, wine merchant: 392 Vega, Julian de, sea captain: 180 Vermont, University of: 573 Vemor, Hood & Sharp, London: 707 Vernor & Hood, London: 707 Vicar of Wakefield, The, by Goldsmith: 344 Victoria, Queen: 519 Villon, Fran<;ois: 635 Vinci, Leonardo da: 336, 448 Virginia, claimed by Poe as home: 9 Virginia Historical Association: xiii, 87 Virginia Hot Springs, the Allans at: 280 Virginia Players: 7, 8, 14, 15, 36 Virginia Polytechnic Institute: 176 Virginia Quarterly Review: 121 Virginia State Library : xiv Virginia State Library Archives: 99 Virginia State Papers, Calendar of: 102 Virginia State Senate Journal: 77 Virginia, University of: xiii, xiv, 106, 112, 118-120, 211, 221, 278, 588, 595, 656, 661; Poe matriculates at: 120, 121, 701; Poe a student at: 121-147, 219, 224, Alumni Bulletin {q. v.) Records of: 120; founded by Jefferson: 121-124; Poe’s room at: 125, 138, 140, 227; fighting in: 131, 132; Poe’s gambling at: 133-136, 139, 149; Poe’s drinking at: 136-141; Poe’s debts in: 145; John Allan removes Poe from: 701; letters from: 712-716


Visionary, The: 285 Voltaire: 130

Von Jung, the My stifle: 336 Von Kempelen and his Discovery: 539 Von Kempelen Article: 638 Voyage to the Moon, A (Poe) : 283 Voyage to the Moon, A, by Prof. George Tucker: 143

Waddell, Covent;iy: 540 Wagner, Philip: 432

Waif, The, by Longfellow, reviewed by Poe: 502

Walch, Mr. (Welsh?): 690 Walch (Walsh?), Jane: 690 Walker, Joseph W., discovers Poe in final collapse: 672

Wallace, Charles M.: 610, 611 Wallace, William R.: 474, 490 Walsh, Mr., editor: 198, 200 Walsh, John: 265

Walshes, the, relatives of John Allan: 57, 97 “Waltham,” brig: 170 Wandering Recollections of a Somewhat Busy Life by John Neal: 898 War of 1812, affects trade: 24 Warden, Mrs. James (Herring): 275, 417, 431 434

Warwick, Corbin: 288, 289, 693, 694 Washington, D. C., Poe’s disastrous visit to: 443-448, 449

Washington, Judge Bushrod: 44, 85 Washington, George: 98, 205 Washington Hospital, Baltimore, Poe dies in: 673-675

Was Poe Immoral? by Mrs. Whitman: 619 Watson, Henry S., musical critic: 510 Watters, Miss: 530 Waverley by Scott: 401 Webb, Capt.: 170 Webster, Daniel: 538 Webster, Noah: 53^6 Weekly Mirror: 494 Weekly Universe: 430 Weiss, Mrs. Susan Archer: 14, 84, 186, 273, 441, 462, 487, 556, 559, 612, 613, 639, 652, 654, 657; Poe’s letter to: 626; and Poe: 661, 662, 667 ; Poe gives, ms. of For Annie: 668 (see also Home Life of Poe, The) Welby, Mrs.: 514 Welch and Walter, engravers: 475 Wellesley, Lord: 31

Welsh, Sandy, tavemkeeper: 478, 483, 487 Were, Mr.: 27

Wertenbaker, William: 127, 130, 133, 146 Wessinger, Mr.: 714 West Central Hotel, London: 59 West Point {see United States Military Academy)


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INDEX


Whigy Richmond: 187, 286, 611, 658, 660, 684

Whipple, Mr.: 530 WhitaU, William Van R., xiv White Eagle Political Club, Poe writes song for: 500

White, Eliza: 304, 315, 319, 322, 431, 514, 580

White, Jessie: 461 White, Kirke: 106

White, Thomas Wylkes, editor: 319, 363, 371, 373, 386, 388, 393, 426, 431, 512, 638, 664; corresponds with Poe: 87, 295-297; Kennedy writes: 297; described: 295; Poe works for: 302-305, 31“;, 316, 320, 322, 330; dismisses Poe: 309, 327, 329, 330; fatherly letter to Poe: 310; house episode of: 320, 321 Whitelock, Mr., actor: 5 Whitlock, W., Jr.: 37 Whitman, John Winslow: 603 Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: 88, 97, 322, 467, 545, 560, 582, 599, 605, 614, 632, 634, 635, 639, 647 ; first seen by Poe: 527, 528, 601 ; reads verses to The Raven: 593, 606; described: 602-604; and Mrs. Smith: 603, 604; and Poe: 607, 609, 621-631 corre- sponds with Poe: 615-621; meets Poe: 616; marriage contract of: 627 Whitman, Walt: 600 Whitney, Mr.: 361 Whittier, John Greenleaf: 346, 536 Whitty, J. H., referred to: 455 (see also Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, The) Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling: 63, 372, 413 Wickham, Cary: 86 Wickliffe, Mr., fight of: 132 Widdleton, W. J., publisher: 134, 421 Widow Meagle’s Oyster Parlor: 267 Wiley, Mr.: 531, 573

Wiley & Putnam, publishers: 339, 519, 592; published The Raven: 178, 533, 592 ; pub- lished Poe’s Tales: 526, 527, 573, 590, 592 William and Mary College: 28 William Blake, His Philosophy and Symbols by Damon: 604

Williams, John G.: 289, 694, 696 Williams, Stanley T.: 623 William Wilson: 364, 367, 413, 584; sources of: 11, 67, 69, 70; quoted: 68; Irving’s criticism of: 367

William Wirt Literary Institute, Poe lec- tures before: 461 Willis, Eola: 7, 8 Willis, Imogen: 543, 546 Willis, Nathaniel Parker, editor: 361, 393, 405, 507, 508, 521, 541, 543, 606, 646, 716; corresponds with Poe: 394, 395, 572, 573,


577, 579; Mrs. Clemm calls on: 494; Poe works for: 495-498, 502, 511; sketch of: 495-498; and Poe’s lecture: 508; salon of: 514; entertains: 546; in The Literati: 549 ; at Virginia Poe’s funeral: 581 ; helps Poe: 587, 589, 590 Willis, Mrs. N. P.: 543 Wills, Mrs. Elizabeth, mistress of John Allan: 35, 287, 288, 694 Wilmer, Lambert A., editor: 216, 280, 357, 362; and Poe: 284, 285, 421; Poe sus- pects attack by: 456; letter to Tomlin: 456, 458; writes Merlin: 170, 656, 703 Wilson, Professor: 368, 419 Wilson, Prof. James Southall: xiii, 39, 575, 582, 590, 600 Winfree, Mary: 296, 304 Wirt, William: 198, 711 Wisconsin, University of: 434 Wistar, Dr.: 345 Witherspoon, John: 254 Woodberry, Prof. George E., referred to: vii, xiv, 4, 6, 10, 44, 54, 87, 104, 105, 163, 167, 186, 206, 223, 259, 294, 299, 326, 370, 492, 566, 567, 569, 573, 575, 609, 631, 643, 650, 681, 704 (see also Life of Edgar Allan Poe, The)

Woode, Daniel: 27

Woodman, spare that Tree! by G. P. Mor- ris: 341, 542

Wordsworth, William: 71, 106, 141, 224, 248, 362, 608

Works of Byron, The, edited by R. E.

Prothero: 72 Worth, Colonel: 195 Worth, Lieut. Col. W. J.: 195 Wortham, Richard E., & Co.: 20 Wren, Sir Christopher: 351 Wyatt, Charles Handheld: 704 Wyatt, Prof. Thomas: 355-357 Wyman, Mary Alice: 258

X-iNG A Paragraph: 495

Yale Review: 623 Yale University: 496 Yale University Press: 623 Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette: 207; review of Al Aaraaf in: 208, 210, 719; Tamerlane in: 634

Yarrington, Mrs., Poe’s landlady: 311, 313, 316,318, 319, 322 Young, author of Narcissa: 543 Young Man*s Sunday Book, The, referred to 269

Young’s, book-sellers: 707 Zante (see To Zante)

Zophiel, or the Bride of Seven, by Maria G. Brooks: 341






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