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Zach, Ole, a second Washington,
an antislavery slaveholder, a humane buyer and seller of men and women, a Christian hero generally.
Antonius, a speech of, 181–by
whom best reported, ib.
to theologians, 222.
own oracle, 222.
Apollyon, his tragedies popular,
supposed by some, 239. Appian, an Alexandrian, not
tured to be, in some sort, hu- tongues is an, 193.
Arcadian background, 243.
gal, tyrannical act of, 258. Arms, profession of, once es-
rationalistic) sentiment of, gentlemen, 154.
Astor, Jacob, a rich man, 230.
of inspiration, 185–hitherto saken by, 240.
tion of, 182.
Atherton, Senator, envies the
Austin, St., profane wish of,
French, 165—conjectured to Aye-Aye, the, an African ani-
be skilled in all tongues, ib. mal, America supposed to be
carried to perfection, 155. gress, 199—a gabble-mill, ib.
Baby, a low-priced one, 235. son, 169—aliquid suffiami-
tributed to a Mr. Lowell, 174
-is unskilled in Latin, 175–
which most pleasant, 240. ib.-his disinterestedness, ib.
riosity recommended to, 189. weal, 176—his claim to the
ib. resents being called
culiarities of laborers at, 244. ib.-obstinate, ib.-infected
duced on military officers by ib.-his character sketched
from a hostile point of view,
plied with, 205--appointed at
one minute particular, of
-inhumanly refuses credit cocked hats, ib.-letter to,
a general, ib.-probably re-
Hon. J. T. Buckingham, 147 two hundred and nine, ib.-
Birch, virtue of, in instilling
position, 148-a poem by, 149, 238.
ib.—found to be in error,
Boot-trees, productive, where, bell curfew, light of the nine-
teenth century to be extin-
cannot let go apron-stwing of
ful tilt at Spirit of the Age,
ib.-the Sir Kay of modern
made of a crooked pin, 198—
Cambridge Platform, use dis-
wise sentiment of, cited and Canary Islands, 237.
Candidate, presidential, letter
tor of the Boston Courier. -against a bank, 219-takes
opinion of pledges, ib.—is a
251-plaster, a prophecy in north, ib.-qualifications of,
lessening, 224wooden leg
Cape Cod clergymen, what, 166
reproved by, ib.
among the Tartars, 258.
zeal of, 257.
Cass, General, 199-clearness of
his merit, 200-limited popu-
larity at "Bellers's," 248.
parts, 171--for ubiquity, ib. accommodations in, 240.
vidi, vici, censured for undue cubation of, 215.
Chappelow on Job, a copy of,
Cherubusco, news of, its effects
denied, 159-curious notions Chesterfield no letter-writer,