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ness, 89.

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ll say

Slaughterers and soldiers compared, Tarandfeather, Rev. Mr., 289.
132.

Tarbox, Shearjashub, first white child
Slaughtering nowadays is slaughter- born in Jaalam, 244.
ing, 132.

Tartars, Mongrel, 226.
Slavery, of no color, 47 - -corner-stone Taxes, direct, advantages of, 131.

of liberty, 87 — also keystone, 92- Taylor, General, greased by Mr.
last crumb of Eden, 95 - a Jonah, Choate, 140.
96 — an institution, 111 — a private Taylor zeal, its origin, 138.
State concern, 144.

Teapots, how made dangerous, 347.
Slidell, New York trash, 309.

Ten, the upper, 288.
Sloanshure, Habakkuk, Esquire, Pres- Tesephone, banished for long-windede

ident of Jaalam Bank, 298.
Smith, Joe, used as a translation, 99. Thacker, Rev. Preserved, D. D., 341.
Smith, John, an interesting character, Thanks get lodged, 122.
106.

Thanksgiving, Feejee, 227.
Smith, Mr., fears entertained for, 97 | Thaumaturgus, Saint Gregory, letter
dined with, 107.

of, to the Devil, 108.
Smith, N. B., his magnanimity, 104. Theleme, Abbey of, 299.
Smithius, dux, 356.

Theocritus, the inventor of idyllic
Soandso, Mr., the great, defines his po- poetry, 241.
sition, 104.

Theory, defined, 319.
Soft-heartedness, misplaced, is soft- Thermopyles, too many, 308.
headedness, 350.

a notable bully, 261.
Sol, the fisherman, 56 — soundness of Thirty-nine articles might be made

respiratory organs hypothetically serviceable, 63.
attributed to, ib.

Thor, a foolish attempt of, 90.
Soldiers, British, ghosts of, insubordi- Thoreau, 243.
nate, 256.

Thoughts, live ones characterized, 370.
Solomon, Song of, portions of it done Thumb, General Thomas, a valuable

into Latin verse by Mr. Wilbur, 354. member of society, 84.
Solon, a saying of, 64.

Thunder, supposed in easy circum-
Soul, injurious properties of, 296.

stances, 120.
South, its natural eloquence, 326 — Thynne, Mr., murdered, 50.

facts have a mean spite against, 310. | Tibullus, 345.
South Carolina, futile attempt to an- Time, an innocent personage to swear
chor, 91 ---- her pedigrees, 275.

by, 52, note -- a scene-shifter, 104.
Southern men, their imperfect notions Tinkham, Deacon Pelatiah, story con-

of labor, 228- of subscriptions, 231 cerning, not told, 221 --- alluded to,
- too high-pressure, 239 wima

does a very sensible thing,
facie noble, 286.

241-

278.
Spanish, to walk, what, 58.

Toms, peeping, 106.
Speech-making, an abuse of gift of Toombs, a doleful sound from, 310.
speech, 87.

Trees, various kinds of extraordinary
Spirit-rapping does not repay the spir-
its engaged in it, 338.

Trowbridge, William, mariner, adven-
Split-Foot, Old, made to squirm, 239. ture of, 62.
Spring, described, 331-333.

Truth and falsehood start from same
Star, north, subject to indictment, point, 65 - truth invulnerable to
whether, 96.

satire, ib. --- compared to a river,
Statesman, a genuine, defined, 324. 75 - of fiction sometimes truer than
Stearns, Othniel, fable by, 389.

fact, ib. – told plainly, passim.
Stone Spike, the, 255.

Tuileries, exciting scene at, 85 — front
Store, cheap cash, a wicked fraud, parlor of, 303.
130.

Tully, a saying of, 77, note.
Strong, Governor Caleb, a patriot, 68. Tunnel, northwest-passage, a poor.in.
Style, the catalogue, 333.

vestment, 298.
Sumter, shame of, 263.

Turkey-Buzzard Roost, 235.
Sunday should mind its own business, Tuscaloosa, 235.
324.

Tutchel, Rev. Jonas, a Sadducee, 317.
Swearing commended as a figure of Tweedledee, gospel according to, 99.
speech, 53, note.

Tweedledum, great principles of, 99.
Swett, Jethro C., his fall, 376.

Tylerus, juvenis insignis, 356 — pore
Swift, Dean, threadbare saying of, 71. phyrogenitus, 357 Johannides,

flito celeris, 359 — bene titus, 360.
Tag, elevated to the Cardinalate, 63. Tyrants, European, how made to trem-
Taney, C. J., 294, 319.

ble, 230.

ones, 129.

rex, 356.

Mysses, husband of Penelope, 69 -- | Whig party has a large throat, 72

borrows money, 130 (for full partic- but query as to swallowing spurs,
ulars of, see Homer and Dante) 140.

White-house, 112.
Unanimity, new ways of producing, Wickliffe, Robert, consequences of his
289.

bursting, 347.
its hoops off, 288 — its good old Wife-trees, 129.
meaning, 320.

Wilbur, Mrs. Dorcas (Pilcox), an in-
Universe, its breeching, 290.

variable rule of, 73 - her profile, ib.
University, triennial catalogue of, 73. tribute to, 342.
Us, nobody to be compared with, 231, Wilbur, Rev. Homer, A. M., consulted,
and see World, passim.

44 — his instructions to his flock,

52 - a proposition of his for Prot-
Van Buren fails of gaining Mr. Sawin's estant bomb-shells, 63 - his elbow

confidence, 141 - his son John re- nudged, 64 — his notions of satire,
proved, 142.

ib. — some opinions of his quoted
Van, Old, plan to set up, 141.

with apparent approval by Mr. Big-
Vattel, as likely to fall on your toes as low, 67 — geographical speculations
on mine, 267.

of, 68 — a justice of the peace, ib.
Venetians invented something once, a letter of, 69 - a Latin pun of, 70
130.

- runs against a post without in-
Vices, cardinal, sacred conclave of, jury, 71 – does not seek notoriety
63.

(whatever some malignants may af-
Victoria, Queen, her natural terror, 85 firm), 72- fits youths for college,
- her best carpets, 303.

73 — a chaplain during late war
Vinland, 316.

with England, 74 – a shrewd obser-
Virgin, the, letter of, to Magistrates vation of, 76 -- some curious specu-
of Messina, 108.

lations of, 87-89 – his martello-
Virginia, descripta, 356, 357.

tower, 88 - forgets he is not in pul-
Virginians, their false heraldry, 274. pit, 96, 116 - extracts from sermon
Voltaire, esprit de, 355.

of, 98, 99, 103-105 - interested in
Vratz, Captain, a Pomeranian, singu- John Smith, 106 — his views con-
lar views of, 50.

cerning present state of letters, 107,

108 -- a stratagem of, 113 — ventures
Wachuset Mountain, 260.

two hundred and fourth interpreta-
Wait, General, 251.

tion of Beast in Apocalypse, 114 —
Wales, Prince of, calls Brother Jona- christens Hon. B. Sawin, then an

than consanguineus noster, 249 — infant, 116 - an addition to our
but had not, apparently, consulted sylva proposed by, 128 - curious and
the Garter King at Arms, ib.

instructive adventure of, 130 — his
Walpole, Horace, classed, 106 — his account with an unnatural uncle,
letters praised, 108.

132 - his uncomfortable imagina-
Waltham Plain, Cornwallis at, 53.

tion, ib. — speculations concerning
Walton, punctilious in his intercourse Cincinnatus, 133 — confesses digres-
with fishes, 63.

sive tendency of mind, 149 — goes
War, abstract, horrid, 110- its hop- to work on sermon (not without
pers, grist of, what, 123.

fear that his readers will dub him
Warren, Fort, 347.

with a reproachful epithet like that
Warton, Thomas, a story of, 74.

with which Isaac Allerton, a May-
Washington, charge brought against, flower man, revenges himself on a
136.

delinquent debtor of his, calling him
Washington, city of, climatic influence in his will, and thus holding him up

of, on coats, 78 — mentioned, 89 — to posterity, as “John Peterson,
grand jury of, 96.

THE BORE"), 150 – his modesty,
Washingtons, two hatched at a time 215 -- disclaims sole authorship of
by improved machine, 135.

Mr. Biglow's writings, 216 — his low
Watchmanus, noctivagus, 360.

opinion of prepensive autographs,
Water, Taunton, proverbially weak, 217 -- a chaplain in 1812, 220 cites
143.

a heathen comedian, 221 - his fond-
Water-trees, 129.

ness for the Book of Job, ib.
Weakwash, a name fatally typical, 253. preaches a Fast-Day discourse, ib.
Webster, his unabridged quarto, its -- is prevented from narrating &
deleteriousness, 354.

singular occurrence, 222 — is pre-
Webster, some sentiments of, com- sented with a pair of new spectacles,
mended by Mr. Sawin, 140.

240 -- his church services indecor-
Westcott, Mr., his horror, 95.

ously sketched by Mr. Sawin, 283 —
hopes to decipher a Runic inscrip-, Wildbore, a vernacular one, how to
tion, 297 — a fable by, 298 -- deci.

escape, 88.
phers Runic inscription, 312-318- Wilkes, Captain, borrows rashly, 256.
his method therein, 314 -- is ready Wind, the, a good Samaritan, 116.
to reconsider his opinion of tobacco, Wingfield, his “Memorial," 277.
317 — his opinion of the Puritans, Wooden leg, remarkable for sobriety,
329 — his death, 341 -- born in Pigs- 118 – never eats pudding, 119.
gusset, ib.

letter of Rev. Mr Woods, the. See Belmont.
Hitchcock concerning, 341-343 Works, covenants of, condemned, 279.
fond of Milton's Christmas hymn, World, this, its unhappy temper, 223.
343 — his monument (proposed), ib. Wright, Colonel, providentially res-

- his epitaph, ib. — his last letter, cued, 56.
343-316 — his supposed disembodied Writing dangerous to reputation, 219.
spirit, 352 — table belonging to, 353 Wrong, abstract, safe to oppose, 80.
- sometimes wrote Latin verses, 354
- his table-talk, 362-369 — his pre- Yankees, their worst wooden nuto
judices, 363 — against Baptists, ib.

- his sweet nature, 376 — his views
of style, 378 — a story of his, 380. Zack, Old, 137.

megs, 311.

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