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Jaalam, unjustly neglected by great ' Latimer, Bishop, episcopizes Satan,
events, 316.

50.
Jaalam Centre, Anglo-Saxons unjustly Latin tongue, curious information

suspected by the young ladies there, concerning, 70.
60 = “ Independent Blunderbluss," Launcelot, Sir, a trusser of giants
strange conduct of editor of, 97 — formerly, perhaps would find less
public meeting at, 108 — meeting- sport therein now, 91.
house ornamented with imaginary Laura, exploited, 366.
clock, 130.

Learning, three-story, 335.
Jaalam, East Parish of, 218.

Letcher, de la vieille roche, 286.
Jaalam Point, lighthouse on, charge. Letcherus, nebulo, 357.

of, prospectively offered to Mr. H. Letters classed, 108 — their shape, ib.
Biglow, 112.

-- of candidates, 112 - often fatal,
Jacobus, rex, 356.

ib.
Jakes, Captain, 145 reproved for Lettres Cabalistiques, quoted, 247.
avarice, ib.

Lewis Philip, a scourger of young na-
Jamaica, 383.

tive Americans, 85 — commiserated
James the Fourth, of Scots, experi- (though not deserving it), 86, note.
ment by, 51.

| Lexington, 254.
Jarnagin, Mr., his opinion of the com- Liberator, a newspaper, condemned

pleteness of Northern education, by implication, 72.
94.

Liberty, unwholesome for men of cer-
Jefferson, Thomas, well-meaning, but tain complexions, 99.
injudicious, 325.

Licking, when constitutional, 294.
Jeremiah, hardly the best guide in Lignum vitæ, a gift of this valuable
modern politics, 329.

wood proposed, 60.
Jerome, Saint, his list of sacred writ- Lincoln, too shrewd to hang Mason
ers, 108.

and Slidell, 309.
Jerushia, ex-Mrs. Sawin, 236.

Literature, Southern, its abundance,
Job, Book of, 50, 221 – Chappelow on,

286.
98.

Little Big Boosy River, 235.
Johnson, Andrew, as he used to be, Longinus recommends swearing, 53,

323 - as he is : see Arnold, Bene- note (Fuseli did same thing).
dict.

Long sweetening recommended, 119.
Johnson, Mr., communicates some in- Lord, inexpensive way of lending to,
telligence, 95.

231.
Jonah, the inevitable destiny of, 96 Lords, Southern, prove pur sang by

probably studied internal econ- ablution, 285.
omy of the cetacea, 107 — his gourd, Lost arts, one sorrowfully added to
283 -- his unanimity in the whale, list of, 150.
289

Louis the Eleventh of France, some
Jonathan to John, 266.

odd trees of his, 129.
Jortin, Dr., cited, 75, 85, note.

Lowell, Mr. J. R., unaccountable si-
Journals, British, their brutal tone, lence of, 69.
245.

Luther, Martin, his first appearance
Juanito, 312.

as Europa, 61.
Judea, everything not known there, Lyæus, 360.

68 - not identical with A. D., 339. Lyttelton, Lord, his letters an imposi-
Judge, the, his garden, 243 — his hat tion, 108.

covers many things, ib.
Juvenal, a saying of, 84, note.

Macrobii, their diplomacy, 115.

Magoffin, a name naturally noble, 286.
Kay, Sir, the, of modern chivalry, 191 Mahomet, got nearer Sinai than some,
- who, 90.

99.
Key, brazen one, 90.

Mahound, his filthy gobbets, 61.
Keziah, Aunt, profound observation Mandeville, Sir John, quoted, 247.
of, 44.

Mangum, Mr., speaks to the point, 92.
Kinderhook, 133.

Manichæan, excellently confuted, 88.
Kingdom Come, march to, easy, 118. Man-trees, grow where, 129.
Königsmark, Count, 50.

Maori chieftains, 246.

Mapes, Walter, quoted, 249 para-
Lablache surpassed, 299.

phrased, 250
Lacedæmonians banish a great talker, Mares'-nests, finders of, benevolent,
89.

107.
Lamb, Charles, his epistolary excel. Marius, quoted, 276.
lence, 108.

Marshfield, 133, 140.

Martin, Mr. Sawin used to vote for | Montezuma, licked, 225.
him, 141.

Moody, Seth, his remarkable gun, 235
Mason and Dixon's line, slaves north - his brother Asaph, 236.
of, 92.

Moquis Indians, praiseworthy custom
Mason an F. F. V., 309.

of, 316.
Mason and Slidell, how they might Moses, held up vainly as an example,

have been made at once useful and 99 — construed by Joe Smith, ib. -
ornamental, 309.

(not, A. J. Moses) prudent way of
Mass, the, its duty defined, 92.

following, 318.
Massachusetts on her knees, 49; some- Muse invoked, 356.

thing mentioned in connection with, Myths, how to interpret readily, 114.
worthy the attention of tailors, 78;
citizen of, baked, boiled, and roasted Naboths, Popish ones, how distinc
(nefandum !), 124.

guished, 63.
Masses, the, used as butter by some, Nana Sahib, 246.
81.

Nancy, presumably Mrs. Biglow, 253.
Maury, an intellectual giant, twin Napoleon III., his new chairs, 303.

birth with Simms (which see), 286. Nation, rights of, proportionate to
Mayday a humbug, 331.

size, 59 — young, its first needs, 305.
M. C., an invertebrate animal, 84. National pudding, its effect on the
Me, Mister, a queer creature, 334. organs of speech, a curious physio-
Mechanics' Fair, reflections suggested logical fact, 63.
at, 117.

Negroes, their double usefulness, 234
Medium, ardentispirituale, 356.

- getting too current, 306.
Mediums, spiritual, dreadful liars, Nephelim, not yet extinct, 150.
338.

New England overpoweringly honored,
Memminger, old, 233.

83 -- wants no more speakers, ib.
Mentor, letters of, dreary, 108.

done brown by whom, ib.– her expe-
Mephistopheles at a nonplus, 96.

rience in beans beyond Cicero's, 114.
Mexican blood, its effect in raising Newspaper, the, wonderful, 103 — a
price of cloth, 131.

strolling theatre, ib. thoughts
Mexican polka, 63.

suggested by tearing wrapper of,
Mexicans charged with various 105 — a vacant sheet, ib. — a sheet

breaches of etiquette, 59 kind in which a vision was let down, ib.
feelings beaten into them, 102.

wrapper to a bar of soap, ib. -a
Mexico, no glory in overcoming, 80. cheap impromptu platter, ib.
Middleton, Thomas, quoted, 275. New World, apostrophe to, 265.
Military glory spoken disrespectfully New York, letters from, commended,

of, 56, note - militia treated still 108.
worse, ib.

Next life, what. 98.
Milk-trees, growing still, 129.

Nicotiana Tabacum, a weed, 315.
Mill, Stuart, his low ideas, 307.

Niggers, 47 — area of abusing, ex-
Millenniums apt to miscarry, 340. tended, 80 - Mr. Sawin's opinions
Millspring, 308.

of, 143.
Mills for manufacturing gabble, how Ninepence a day low for murder, 53.
driven, 87.

No, a monosyllable, 63 – hard to ut-
Mills, Josiah's, 334.

ter, ib.
Milton, an unconscious plagiary, 77, Noah enclosed letter in bottle, prob.
note -- a Latin verse of, cited, 99 —

ably, 107.
an English poet, 314 -- his “Hymn Noblemen, Nature's, 288.
of the Nativity,” 343.

Nornas, Lapland, what, 130.
Missionaries, useful to alligators, 224 North, the, has no business, 92
--- culinary liabilities of, 281.

bristling, crowded off roost, 112 -
Missions, a profitable kind of, 100. its mind naturally unprincipled, 325.
Monarch, a pagan, probably not fa- North Bend, geese inhumanly treated

vored in philosophical experiments, at, 113 --- mentioned, 133.
51.

star, a proposition to indict,
Money-trees, desirable, 128 — that they 96.

once existed shown to be variously Northern Dagon, 237.
probable, 129.

Northmen, gens inclytissima, 312.
Montaigne, 367.

Nôtre Dame de la Haine, 278.
Montaigne, a communicative old Gas- Now, its merits, 335.
con, 106.

Nowhere, march to, 336.
Monterey, battle of, its singular

chromatic effect on a species of two- O'Brien, Smith, 246.
headed eagle, 85.

Off ox, 110.

Officers, miraculous transformation in Pharaoh, his lean kine, 264.

character of, 60 Anglo-Saxon, Pharisees, opprobriously referred to,
come very near being anathema- 99.
tized, 61.

Philippe, Louis, in pea-jacket, 103.
Old age, an advantage of, 241.

Phillips, Wendell, catches a Tartar,
Old One, invoked, 299.

327.
Onesimus made to serve the cause of Phlegyas quoted, 97.
impiety, 282.

Phrygian language, whether Adam
O'Phace, Increase D., Esq., speech of, spoke it, 51.
75.

Pickens, a Norman name, 285.
Opinion, British, its worth to us, 250. Pilcoxes, genealogy of, 218.
Opinions, certain ones compared to Pilgrim Father, apparition of, 337.
winter flies, 273.

Pilgrims, the, 79.
Oracle of Fools, still respectfully con- Pillows, constitutional, 84.
sulted, 76.

Pine-trees, their sympathy, 334.
Orion becomes commonplace, 105. Pinto, Mr., some letters of his com-
Orrery, Lord, his letters (lord !), 108. mended, 108.
Ostracism, curious species of, 76. Pisgah, an impromptu one, 130.
Ovidii Nasonis, carmen supposititium, Platform, party, a convenient one, 126.
355.

Plato, supped with, 107 – his man,

113.
Palestine, 61.

Pleiades, the, not enough esteemed,
Paley, his Evidences, 392.

105.
Palfrey, Hon. J. G., 76, 83, 84 (a wor- Pliny, his letters not admired, 108.

thy representative of Massachu- Plotinus, a story of, 90.
setts).

Plymouth Rock, Old, a Convention
Pantagruel recommends a popular or- wrecked on, 79.
acle, 76.

Poets apt to become sophisticated,
Panurge, 249 - his interview with 330.
Goatsnose, 115.

Point Tribulation, Mr. Sawin wrecked
Paper, plausible-looking, wanted, 305.

on, 128.
Papists, female, slain by zealous Prot- Poles, exile, whether crop of beans de-
estant bomb-shell, 132.

pends on, 58, note.
Paralipomenon, a man suspected of Polk, nomen gentile, 286.
being, 113.

Polk, President, synonymous with our
Paris, liberal principles safe as far country, 67 censured, 79 —
away as, 99.

danger of being crushed, 81.
Parliamentum Indoctorum sitting in Polka, Mexican, 63.
permanence, 76.

Pomp, a runaway slave, his nest, 144
Past, the, a good nurse, 90.

· hypocritically groans like white
Patience, sister, quoted, 56.

man, ib. – blind to Christian priv-
Patriarchs, the, illiterate, 239.

ileges, 145 — his society valued at
Patricius, brogipotens, 356.

fifty dollars, ib. —his treachery, 146
Paynims, their throats propagandist- - takes Mr. Sawin prisoner, ib.
ically cut, 61.

cruelly makes him work, 147 — puts
Penelope, her wise choice, 69.

himself illegally under his tuition,
People, soft enough, 101 — want cor- ib. - dismisses him with contume-

rect ideas, 126 — the, decline to be lious epithets, 148 – a negro, 224.
Mexicanized, 320.

Pontifical bull a tamed one, 61.
Pepin, King, 108.

Pone, his verse excellent, 51.
Pepperell, General, quoted, 252. Pork, refractory in boiling, 60.
Pequash Junction, 367.

Portico, the, 364.
Periwig, 111.

Portugal, Alphonso the Sixth of, a
Perley, Mr. Asaph, has charge of bass- monster, 149.
viol, 271.

Post, Boston, 69 - shaken visibly, 71
Perseus, King, his avarice, 252.

bad guide-post, ib. too swift,
Persius, a pithy saying of, 81, note. ib. - edited by a colonel, ib. -- who
Pescara, Marquis, saying of, 50.

is presumed officially in Mexico, ib.
Peter, Saint, a letter of (post-mor- - referred to, 86.
tem), 108.

Pot-hooks, death in, 115.
Petrarch, exploited Laura, 366. Power, a first-class, elements of, 303.
Petronius, 249.

Preacher, an ornamental symbol, 98 --
Pettibone, Jabez, bursts up, 287.

a breeder of dogmas, ib. - earnest-
Pettus came

over with Wilhelmus ness of, important, 149.
Conquistor, 286.

Present, considered as an annalist, 98
Phaon, 366.

-- not long wonderful, 105.

in

pot, 121.

President, slaveholding natural to, | Runes resemble bird-tracks, 314.

102 -- must be a Southern resident, Runic inscriptions, their different
127 — must own a nigger, ib. -

the,

grades of unintelligibility and con-
his policy, 385 — his resemblance to sequent value, 313.
Jackson, 386.

Russell, Earl, is good enough to ex-
Princes mix cocktails, 303.

pound our Constitution for us, 246.
Principle, exposure spoils it, 77. Russian eagle turns Prussian blue, 85.
Principles, bad, when less harmful, Ryeus, Bacchi epitheton, 360.

64 — when useless, 324.
Professor, Latin, in · College, 354 Sabbath, breach of, 27.
- Scaliger, 355.

Sabellianism, one accused of, 113.
Prophecies, fulfilment of, 309.

Sailors, their rights how won, 262.
Prophecy, a notable one, 85, note. Saltillo, unfavorable view of, 56.
Prospect Hill, 254.

Salt-river, in Mexican, what, 56.
Providence has a natural life-preser- Samuel, avunculus, 358.
ver, 265.

Samuel, Uncle, 228 — riotous, 85 - yet
Proviso, bitterly spoken of, 110.

has qualities demanding reverence,
Prudence, sister, her idiosyncratic tea- 100-a good provider for his fam-

ily, 101 – an exorbitant bill of, 132
Psammeticus, an experiment of, 51. makes some shrewd guesses, 266–
Psyche, poor, 369.

270 -- expects his boots, 288.
Public opinion, a blind and drunken Sansculottes, draw their wine before

guide, 63 - nudges Mr. Wilbur's el- drinking, 95.
bow, 64 — ticklers of, 80.

Santa Anna, his expensive leg, 125.
Punkin Falls “Weekly Parallel," 342. Sappho, some human nature in, 366.
Putnam, General Israel, his lines, 255. Sassy Cus, an impudent Indian, 253.
Pythagoras a bean-hater, why, 114. Satan, never wants attorneys, 61 — an
Pythagoreans, fish reverenced by, expert talker by signs, ib. — a suc-
why, 89.

cessful fisherman with little or no

bait, ib. -- cunning fetch of, 65 —
Quid, ingens nicotianum, 359.

dislikes ridicule, 70- ought not to
Quixote, Don, 91.

have credit of ancient oracles, 85,

note -- his worst pitfall, 282.
Rafn, Professor, 313.

Satirist, incident to certain dangers,
Rag, one of sacred college, 63.

65.
Rantoul, Mr., talks loudly, 55 - pious Savages, Canadian, chance of redemp-
reason for not enlisting, ib.

tion offered to, 149.
Recruiting sergeant, Devil supposed Sawin, B., Esquire, his letter not
the first, 50.

written in verse, 51 – a native of
Religion, Southern, its commercial ad- Jaalam, ib. — not regular attendant
vantages, 280.

on Rev. Mr. Wilbur's preaching, 51
Representatives' Chamber, 89.

- a fool, 52- his statements trust-
Rhinothism, society for promoting, worthy, ib. — his ornithological
106.

tastes, ib. letter from, 51, 116, 133
Rhyme, whether natural not consid- his curious discovery in regard to
ered, 51.

bayonets, 54 - displays proper fam-
Rib, an infrangible one, 119.

ily pride, ib. — modestly confesses
Richard the First of England, his himself less wise than the Queen of
Christian fervor, 61.

Sheba, 58 - the old Adam in, peeps
Riches conjectured to have legs as out, 60 -a miles emeritus, 116 - is
well as wings, 96.

made text for a sermon, ib. — loses
Ricos Hombres, 276.

a leg, 117 -- an eye, 118 - left hand,
Ringtail Rangers, 238.

119 — four fingers of right hand, ib.
Roanoke Island, 308.

- has six or more ribs broken, ib. -
Robinson, Mr. John P., his opinions a rib of his infrangible, ib. -- allows
fully stated, 66-68.

a certain amount of preterite green-
Rocks, pocket full of, 121.

ness in himself, 120 - his share of
Roosters in rainy weather, their mis- spoil limited, 121 - his opinion of

Mexican

climate, ib. acquires
Rotation insures mediocrity and inex- property of a certain sort, 122 — his
perience, 295.

experience of glory, ib.' – stands
Rough and ready, 138 — a wig, 139 — sentry, and puns thereupon, 124 –
a kind of scratch, ib.

undergoes martyrdom in some of its
Royal Society, American fellows of, most painful forms, ib. — enters the
342.

candidating business, ib. — modestly
Rum and water combine kindly, 319. states the (avail)abilities which qual

ery, 222.

com-

ify him for high political station, Sayres, a martyr, 89.
125-127 — has no principles, 125 — a Scaliger, saying of, 65.
peace-man, ib. — unpledged, 126 — Scarabæus pilularius, 57.
has no objections to owning peculiar Scott, General, his claims to the presi-
property, but would not like to mo- dency, 71, 73, 74.
nopolize the truth, 127 — his account Scrimgour, Rev. Shearjashub, 364.
with glory, 128 -- a selfish motive Scythians, their diplomacy
hinted in, ib. — sails for Eldorado, mended, 115.
ib. — shipwrecked on a metaphorical Sea, the wormy, 316.
promontory, ib. — parallel between, Seamen, colored, sold, 49.
and Rev. Mr. Wilbur (not Plutarch- Secessia, licta, 357.
ian), 130 conjectured to have Secession, its legal nature defined,
bathed in river Selemnus, 133 — 237.
loves plough wisely, but not too Secret, a great military, 330.
well, ib. a foreign mission prob- Selemnus, a sort of Lethean river, 133.
ably expected by, 134 – unanimous- Senate, debate in, made readable, 89.
ly nominated for presidency, 135 Seneca, saying of, 64 — another, 86,
his country's father-in-law, ib. note - overrated by a saint (but see
nobly emulates Cincinnatus, 136 Lord Bolingbroke's opinion of, in a
is not a crooked stick, ib. — advises letter to Dean Swift), 108 - his let-
his adherents, 137 — views of, on ters not commended, ib. -- a son of
present state of politics, 137-141 – Rev. Mr. Wilbur, 130 — quoted, 344,
popular enthusiasm for, at Bellers's,

— а

35.
and its disagreeable consequences, Serbonian bog of literature, 89.
138 — inhuman treatment of, by Bel Sermons, some pitched too high, 272.
lers, ib. — his opinion of the two Seward, Mister, the late, his gift of
parties, 139 - agrees with Mr. Web- prophecy, 254 — needs stiffening,
ster, 140 — his antislavery zeal, 141 385 — misunderstands parable of
- his proper self-respect, 142 -- his fatted calf, ib.
unaffected piety, ib. — his not in- Sextons, demand for, 55 — heroic offi-
temperate temperance, 143

cial devotion of one, 149.
thrilling adventure of, 143-148 — his Seymour, Governor, 348.
prudence and economy, 144 — bound Shakespeare, 368- a good reporter, 75.
to Captain Jakes, but regains his Shaking fever, considered as an em-
freedom, 145 — is taken prisoner, ployment, 122.
146 — ignominiously treated, 147 — Sham, President, honest, 80.

his consequent resolution, 148. Shannon, Mrs., a widow, 230 --- her
Sawin, Honorable B. O'F., a vein of family and accomplishments, 234 —

humor suspected in, 220 - gets into has tantrums, 235 -- her religious
an enchanted castle, 223 - finds a views, 280 - her notions of a moral
wooden leg better in some respects and intellectual being, 283 - her
than a living one, 225 — takes some- maiden

name,

284 - her blue
thing hot, ib. — his experience of blood, ib.
Southern hospitality, 226-228 Sheba, Queen of, 58.
waterproof internally, 227 - 3en- Sheep, none of Rev. Mr. Wilbur's
tenced to ten years' imprisonment, turned wolves, 52.
229 — his liberal-handedness, 231 Shem, Scriptural curse of, 148.
gets his arrears of pension, 232 Shiraz, Centre, lead-mine at, 287.
marries the Widow Shannon, 234 Shirley, Governor, 252.
confiscated, 237 — finds in himself a Shoddy, poor covering for outer or
natural necessity of income, 238 — inner man, 339.
his missionary zeal, 240 — never a Shot at sight, privilege of being, 288.
stated attendant on Mr. Wilbur's Show, natural to love it, 56, note.
preaching, 271 — sang base in choir, Silver spoon born in Democracy's
ib. — prudently avoided contribu- mouth, what, 81.
tion toward bell, 272- abhors a Simms, an intellectual giant, twin.
covenant of works, 279 -- if saved at birth with Maury (which see), 286.
all, must be saved genteelly, ib. – Sin, wilderness of, modern, what, 99.
reports a sermon, 281 — experiences Sinai suffers outrages, 99.
religion, 283 — would consent to a Skim-milk has its own opinions, 338.
dukedom, 284 - converted to una- Skin, hole in, strange taste of some
nimity, 289 — sound views of, 294 — for, 123.
makes himself an extempore mar- Skippers, Yankee, busy in the slave-
quis, 297 - extract of letter from,

trade, 282.
391-394 — his opinion of Paddies, Slaughter, whether God strengthen us
393 - of Johnson, 394.

for, 62.

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