Title index to Robert Merry's Museum

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The Museum featured fiction, non-fiction, and works that were a combination of the two. It also printed poetry and music, as well as excerpts from works for adults, such as Herman Melville's Typee. A major feature of the magazine was "Merry's Chat with His Friends”, where letters from subscribers were printed; this column was the single most popular section of the magazine and made the readers feel like a large familiy, rather than just a collection of subscribers.

Alphabetized by title of piece. Author listed in parentheses as credited; for real name of pseudonymous authors, see "By author". Numbers include year.volume number.page numbers, thus 1855.2.123 = 1855, volume 2, page 123. The Museum included two volumes per year: volume 1 included January-June; volume 2 included July-December.

KEY: /i = illustrated; /p = piece is a poem; /s = piece is a song, with music


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“Abbey Church at St. Alban's, England, The” /i, 1845.2.344

“Abipones, The” /i, 1846.1.57-58

“About a Colt and a Hen” (Aunt Sue), 1869.1.283-284

“About Africa” /i, 1854.1.52-56

“About Birds” /i (Aunt Martha), 1861.2.102

“About 'Bitters'” /i (F. E. S.), 1870.2.65

“About Clocks”, 1855.2.122

“About Dogs” /i, 1849.1.22-23

“About Eggs” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.1.149-150

“About Farmers' Ways” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.2.103-106

“About Furs” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.1.110-112

“About Horses” /i (L. E.), 1858.1.45-46

About Labour and Property”, 1841.1.3-4

“About Life in the Country” /i, 1861.1.19-22

“About Meeting-Houses” /i, 1855.2.35-39

“About My Dog” (Peter Parley), 1848.2.22-23

“About Nests” /i (Laura Elmer), 1863.1.117-118

“About Old Times” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.1.178-180

“About Sluggards” /p (Backwoods), 1866.1.69

“About Some Boys in the Queen's Dominions”, 1868.1.17-20

“About Surnames” /i (R.), 1856.2.151-152

“About the Chicadees”, 1843.1.181-183

“About the Goat” /i (L. E.), 1862.2.139-140

“About the Horse” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1860.1.115-117

“About the Old 'Meeting-House'”, 1861.2.169-170

“About the Stag” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.2.40-41

“About Thomas and His Dog Caesar” /i, 1853.1.82-83

“About Violets” /i, 1860.1.101

“About Words” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.2.81-82

“About Writing Compositions” (Uncle William), 1862.1.18-19; 1862.1.55-56; 1862.1.84-85

“About Writing Materials” (Kitty Carroll), 1870.1.125-127

“Abraham Lincoln” /p (N. L.), 1865.1.175

“Absence of Mind”, 1841.1.126-127; 1842.1.76; (N[ew] O[rleans] Pic[ayune]), 1842.1.155-156

“Absent Friend, The” /s, 1847.2.128

[Abuse], 1862.2.74

“Abyssinia” /i, 1846.1.65-66

“Accomplished Shoplifter”, 1845.1.62

“Accuracy of Division”, 1851.2.118

“Acorn Labyrinth, The” (Aunt Sue), 1867.2.190

“Acorn, The” /p, 1852.1.181

“Acquaint Thee, My Child” /p/i, 1866.2.154

“Acrostic” /p (Lucy), 1860.1.51; /p (N. E. L.), 1867.1.72

“Act Kindly”, 1866.2.164

“Act of Kindness May Save a Life, An”, 1848.2.131-133

“Actions” (Johnson), 1849.1.82

“Actor Bear, The” /i, 1854.1.135-136

“Adam and Eve” /i, 1842.2.25

“Adam's Ale” /p/i (Abel Sunnyside), 1865.2.104-106

Address to the Reader” /i, 1841.1.1

“Adopted Prince, The” /i, 1866.2.112-114

“Advantages of Reading”, 1853.1.26

“Adventure in Sicily, An”, 1860.2.110-113

“Adventure in the Bush, An” /i (Edward Howe), 1869.2.451-458

“Adventure in the Life of Salvator Rosa, An” /i (L. D. L.), 1871.1.17-24

“Adventure of Aristomenes, An” /i, 1851.1.123-124

“Adventure with a Lion” /i, 1846.2.57-59

“Adventures Among the Dead Languages” /p (Timothy Perry), 1861.2.150-151

“Adventures at Sea” /i, 1856.1.12-13

“Adventures in Japan, by Michael Kastoff” 1846.2.2-7; 1846.2.34-39; 1846.2.86-89; 1846.2.108-110; 1846.2.148-152; 1846.2.170-175; 1847.1.12-14; 1847.1.41-44; 1847.1.81-86; 1847.1.111-116; 1847.1.133-138; 1847.1.167-172

“Adventures in New York” /i (Peggy Betsey), 1848.2.169-172

Adventures of a 'Merry' Boy”, 1865.1.49-53

“Adventures of a Missionary” (Parley's History of S. Amer.), 1848.1.138140

“Adventures of a Mouse, The (G.W.C.), 1854.1.183-184

“Adventures of a Mouse, The”, 1854.2.264-265; 1855.1.22-24

“Adventures of a Ninepence, The”, 1846.2.140-141

“Adventures of a Rain-Drop”, 1845.2.309-313

“Adventures of a Worsted Boy, The” /i (E.M.), 1868.1.26-29

Adventures of Gilbert Go-ahead, The" (Samuel Griswold Goodrich), 1851.1.26-28; 1851.1.60-63; 1851.1.65-71; 1851.1.97-101; 1851.1.138-144; 1851.1.178-182; 1851.2.5-10; 1851.2.53-56; 1851.2.65-71; 1851.2.125-127; 1851.2.158-160; 1851.2.176-178; 1852.2.17-21; 1852.2.58-62; 1852.2.83-87; 1852.2.122-125; 1852.2.153-158; 1853.1.29-33; 1853.1.53-60; 1853.1.90-94; 1853.1.124-130; 1853.1.157-161; 1853.1.185-190; 1853.2.22-28; 1853.2.52-59; 1853.2.86-92; 1853.2.117-120; 1853.2.149-150; 1853.2.179-183; 1854.1.153-156; 1854.1.25-28; 1854.1.56-60; 1854.1.88-92; 1854.1.116-121; 1854.2.206-212; 1854.2.271-276; 1854.2.298-300; 1854.2.339-342; 1855.1.18-21; 1855.1.108-113; 1855.1.169-173; 1856.1.34-38

“Adventures of James Capen Adams” /i, 1865.2.71--72

“Adventures of Terry Trip, The” /i (Capt. Mad. Wandermore), 1861.2.6-9

“Adventures of Tom Sparrow, The”, 1848.1.100-103

“Advertisement”, 1845.1.7

[advertisement], 1863.2.181

“Advertisement Extra”, 1844.1.63

“Advice to Youth, Gratis”, 1856.2.155

[advice], 1843.2.120; 1848.1.27; 1848.1.114; 1848.1.148; 1849.2.72; (Blair), 1849.2.79; 1852.1.57; 1852.2.26; 1852.2.104; 1853.1.95; 1853.1.180; 1857.1.112; 1857.2.15; 1860.1.82; 1860.2.12; 1861.1.36; 1865.1.173; 1865.2.103

“Aerolites”, 1849.1.146-148

“Aeronautics, 1843.2.46-51

“Aesop and His Adventures” /i, 1850.2.164-166

“Affection of Animals Towards Each Other, The” (Troy Whig), 1851.2.16

“Affection of the Sheep”, 1867.2.134

“Afghans, The” /i, 1848.1.117-118

[Africa], 1845.1.95

“Africa” /i, 1858.1.70-72

“Africa and Its Wonders” /i, 1858.1.134-136

“African Elephant, The” /i (J.G. Wood), 1872.1.260-266

“African Nine Feet High, An” /i (Olive Thorne), 1872.1.112-114

“African Rings”, 1842.1.62

“African Tribes and Customs” /i, 1858.2.6-9

“After School” /i/p (H.H.), 1859.1.47

“After the Holidays” (Kruna), 1865.1.81-83

“Afternoon Ride, The” /i, 1859.1.97-100

“Age and Youth” /p, 1860.1.42

“Age of the World, The”, 1851.2.84-85

“Aged Infant, An”, 1845.1.185

“Aged Minister, An”, 1843.1.168

“Ages of Animals, The”, 1858.2.37

“Air”, 1847.2.155; (Emerson), 1854.1.136

“Alchemyst, The”, 1852.1.103

“Alcibiades”, 1849.1.93

“Alcohol” /p, 1859.2.79

“Alexander and His Mother”, 1843.1.99

“Alexander Selkirk” /i, 1849.1.76-77

“Alexander the Great”, 1843.1.113; 1845.1.183

“Alexandria” /i, 1849.1.98-99

Alfred Poole” /p, 1845.1.184

“Alfred's Bad Habit Cured” /i (L. E.), 1863.2.114-115

“Algiers” /i, 1847.2.61

“Alice, and the Diamond Bracelet” /i, 1859.1.76-80

“Alice Wilson's Motto” /i (Kruna), 1861.1.76-79

“All by Themselves” /i, 1843.1.67-68

“All for Liberty” /p/i, 1856.2.16

“All Got Work to Do” /p (R.P.S.), 1866.2.118-119

“All Hallow-e'en”, 1844.2.66-68

“All Hallows Eve”, 1852.1.144-146

“'All the Boys Do It'” (Old Major, The), 1863.2.54-55

“'All the Same a Hundred Years Hence'” /i (Am. Messenger), 1867.1.137-139

“All's Right” /p, 1851.2.142

[allegorical geography], 1847.2.167

“All-Fools' Day” (Sophie May), 1863.1.110-112

Allie's Christmas Eve” /p (Lillie Linden), 1865.1.53

“Allie's Dream” (D. E. Wildwood), 1861.2.50-51

“Alligator, The”, 1841.2.60-61; /i, 1845.1.175-176

“Almost Drowned” /i, 1861.1.46-47

“Alphabet, The”, 1858.1.147; 1864.2.154

“Alpine Herd Boy, The”, 1854.1.109-112

“Alpine Peasants” /i, 1862.2.48

“Alum” /i, 1847.1.163-164

“'Always as Now'” /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1870.1.272-273

“Always Busy”, 1861.1.35

“Always in Season” /p (S.), 1867.1.171

“Always Tell the Truth”, 1867.1.175

“Ambition” /p (Mrs. H.), 1858.1.46

“Ambitious Frog, The” /i, 1845.2.284

“Ambitious Goose, The; A Fable” /i/p, 1846.1.121

“Ambitious Moth, The” /i, 1851.1.176-177

“Ambitious Weed, The” /p, 1846.2.152-153

“Ameers or Chiefs of Seinde” /i, 1848.1.107

“American Autumn, The” /i, 1845.2.289-290

“American Bison, The” /i, 1854.1.71-73

“American Boy, The” /i/p, 1861.2.76-77

“American History” /i, 1860.2.9-12

“American Manners”, 1853.2.148

“American Panther, The” /i, 1844.2.111-113

“Amsterdam” /i, 1845.2.336-338

“Amusements” /i, 1843.1.65-66; 1845.2.255

[ANA], 1844.2.90

“Anachronisms”, 1855.1.53-54

“Anacreon”, 1851.2.51-52

“Anagram”, 1846.2.39; 1846.2.96

“Anaxagoras”, 1851.2.60

“Ancient Armor” /i, 1852.1.152-153

“Ancient Babylon” /i (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.3-7

“Ancient Carthage” /i, 1848.2.12-16

“Ancient Castles”, 1843.2.46

“Ancient Commerce of Arabia”, 1851.2.153

“Ancient Knight, The” /i, 1855.1.131-132

“Ancient Magians, The” /i, 1851.1.7-8

“Ancient Phoenicians, The”, 1852.1.150-152

“Ancient Seals” /i, 1851.2.21

“Ancient Tombs” /i, 1847.2.22-23

“Andrew Mantegua” /i, 1851.2.116-117

[anecdote], 1841.1.102; 1841.2.16; 1841.2.50; 1841.2.54; 1841.2.185; 1842.1.11; 1842.1.27; 1842.2.64; 1842.2.54; 1842.2.62; 1842.2.78; 1842.2.160; 1842.2.57; 1842.2.57; 1842.2.87; 1842.2.7; 1842.2.125; 1842.2.125; 1843.1.55; 1843.1.62; 1843.2.110; 1843.2.177; 1844.1.27; 1844.1.52; 1844.2.162; 1846.1.125; 1849.2.175; 1850.1.83; 1850.1.90; 1850.2.58; 1851.1.24; 1852.2.121; 1853.1.10; 1853.2.124; 1853.2.126; 1854.1.140; 1854.1.30; 1855.2.86; 1856.2.75; 1857.1.80; 1857.1.86; 1859.1.18; 1859.1.133; 1861.1.75; 1862.2.100; 1862.2.144; 1863.1.68; 1863.1.74; 1863.2.40; 1864.1.80

“Anecdote”, 1842.1.187; (Mt. Vernon Watchman), 1843.1.87; 1845.2.196; 1848.1.19; 1849.1.137; 1849.1.162-163

[anecdote about Daniel Purcell], 1843.1.175

“Anecdote of a Shepherd's Dog” /i, 1848.1.174-175

[anecdote of a shoemaker], 1865.2.146

“Anecdote of a Traveller” /i, 1842.1.33-34

“Anecdote of a Cat”, 1844.2.181

“Anecdote of an Atheist” /i, 1841.2.94

[anecdote of Baron Alderson], 1850.1.170

[anecdote of Coleridge], 1845.1.27

“Anecdote of Daniel Webster” (Boston Traveller), 1853.2.20-21

“Anecdote of Daniel Webster”, 1851.2.74-75

“Anecdote of Daniel Webster”, 1860.1.77

“Anecdote of Dean Swift”, 1854.1.93

[anecdote of Diogenes], 1848.1.171

[anecdote of Dr. Byles], 1851.1.177

[anecdote of first Duke of Portland], 1850.2.19

[anecdote of Foote], 1848.2.88

“Anecdote of Franklin”, 1841.1.63

“Anecdote of Handel”, 1849.2.118

“Anecdote of Haydn, 1849.1.163

[anecdote of Henry Erskine], 1851.1.137

[anecdote of Jefferson Davis], 1864.2.76

[anecdote of Judge Peters], 1850.1.166; 1850.2.139

[anecdote of Julius C‘sar], 1851.1.154

“Anecdote of Lablache, 1852.1.146

[anecdote of Linnaeus], 1857.2.168

“Anecdote of Lord Kenyon”, 1843.1.61

“Anecdote of Louis Philippe”, 1847.2.122-123

[anecdote of Michaelangelo], 1851.1.8

[anecdote of Mr. Stanton], 1850.2.59

“Anecdote of Napoleon” /i, 1852.2.49-50

“Anecdote of Nelson” /i, 1853.2.184-185

[anecdote of Samuel Johnson], 1847.2.82

“Anecdote of Talleyrand”, 1852.2.183

“Anecdote of the Elephant”, 1846.1.157-158

“Anecdote of the Natives of Porto Rico”, 1842.2.143

“Anecdote of the Cat”, 1845.2.374

[anecdote of the Chinese], 1865.2.14

“Anecdote of the Twin Sisters”, 1855.1.120

“Anecdote of the Indians”, 1842.1.73

“Anecdote of Thomas Moore, the Poet”, 1851.2.10

[anecdote of Voltaire], 1850.1.52

“Anecdote of Washington”, 1844.1.47

[anecdote of William Sidney Walker], 1846.2.85

[anecdote on smoking], 1864.2.121

[anecdotes], 1853.2.75

“Anecdotes” (J.H.H.), 1857.2.19-20

“Anecdotes of Bees”, 1845.1.180-181

“Anecdotes of Birds” /i, 1849.1.129-133

“Anecdotes of Bonaparte”, 1843.1.64

“Anecdotes of Catlin”, 1855.2.42-43

“Anecdotes of Children” (J. Neal), 1848.1.151-153

“Anecdotes of Cyrus the Great” /i, 1852.2.97-99

“Anecdotes of Dogs” /i, 1846.1.167-169

“Anecdotes of Haydn”, 1841.2.118

“Anecdotes of Horses” /i, 1853.1.61-62

“Anecdotes of Napoleon” /i, 1852.2.176-181

“Anecdotes of Storks” (Capt. Jesse's Travels), 1843.1.39

“Anecdotes of the Spaniards in the Early History of the W. Indies”, 1851.2.155158

“Anecdotes of the Crocodile Family” /i, 1852.1.182-184

“Anecdotes of Two Presidents”, 1849.1.145-146

“Anger”, 1845.2.374

“Animal Instinct”, 1854.1.173-174

“Animal Life”, 1854.2.221

“Animal Sagacity” /i, 1848.1.53

“Animal Wonders of Southern Africa” /i, 1851.1.161-165

“Animals in Council, The” /i, 1851.2.117-118

“Anna and Her Kitten”, 1849.1.188

“Anna Hathaway's Tales” (Ellian), 1860.2.116-118; 1860.2.142-144; 1861.1.39-42; 1861.1.70-72; 1861.1.111-114; 1861.2.81-84; 1861.2.98-101; 1862.2.81-85

“Anna Maria Schurman”, 1843.2.53

“Annette and the Watch” /i (Cousin Hannah), 1860.1.129-132

[announcement of Samuel Soden's death], 1844.1.128

“Another Chapter on Names” (Kitty Carroll), 1869.2.523-526

“Another Letter from New York” (Peggy Betsey), 1849.1.34-37

“Another Mammoth Cave”, 1851.2.20

“Another Triumph in Ocean Navigation”, 1852.1.4

“Answer, An” /p (D.), 1865.1.181

“Answer to Riddle on Page 216” /p (Francis Dickins), 1854.2.373

“Answers to Our Puzzles”, 1842.1.63-64

“Ant, The” /i, 1847.1.148-149; /i, 1859.2.19-21

“Ant-Eater, The” /i, 1850.2.47-48

“Ant-Hills” /p (Marian Douglas), 1871.1.219-220

“Ant and the Caterpillar, The” /p, 1847.1.2-3

“Antediluvians, The”, 1851.2.85

“Antelope, or Gazelle, The” /i (L. E.), 1861.2.9

“Antelope, The” /i, 1848.1.63-64

[anthropological filler], 1847.2.60

“Antioch” /i, 1859.1.110-112

“Antiquities of Central America” /i, 1850.2.97-100

“Antiquities of Egypt” /i, 1841.1.149-152

“Antiquity of Nursery Rhymes, 1849.1.11-12

“Ants, and Their Habits” /i (Jeannie M.), 1861.2.178-181

“Anxious Leaf, 1869.1.41

“Apamean Medal” /i, 1852.1.46

[aphorism], 1841.1.124; 1841.1.170; 1841.1.189; 1841.2.79; 1841.2.83; 1842.2.132; (New York Paper), 1843.1.31; 1843.1.60; 1843.1.84; 1844.1.12; 1844.2.9; 1844.2.37; 1844.2.47; 1844.2.131; 1844.2.149; 1844.2.177; 1844.2.185; 1845.1.14; 1845.1.19; 1845.1.30; 1845.1.35; 1845.1.36; 1845.1.39; 1845.1.48; 1845.1.50; 1845.1.52; 1845.1.54; 1845.1.57; 1845.1.58; 1845.1.60; 1845.1.61; 1845.1.62; 1845.1.110; 1845.1.111; 1845.1.112; 1845.1.123; 1845.1.124; 1845.1.126; 1845.1.131; 1845.1.150; 1845.1.152; 1845.1.158; 1845.1.167; 1845.1.171; 1845.1.174; 1845.1.181; 1845.1.183; 1845.1.185; 1845.2.206; 1845.2.213; 1845.2.218; 1845.2.226; 1845.2.255; 1845.2.343; 1846.1.34; 1846.1.36; 1846.1.37; 1846.1.42; 1846.1.45; 1846.1.48; 1846.1.50; 1846.1.139; 1846.2.69; 1846.2.95; 1846.2.110; 1846.2.137; 1846.2.158; 1847.1.18; 1847.1.20; 1847.1.29; 1847.1.32; 1847.1.48; 1847.1.58; 1847.1.86; 1847.1.93; 1847.1.109; 1847.1.122; 1847.1.166; 1847.1.191; 1847.2.35; 1847.2.42; 1847.2.48; 1847.2.54; 1847.2.60; 1847.2.64; 1847.2.67; 1847.2.75; 1847.2.84; 1847.2.96; 1847.2.114; 1847.2.123; 1847.2.127; 1847.2.140; 1847.2.144; 1847.2.155; 1847.2.180; (Euripides), 1847.2.186; 1848.1.22; 1848.1.27; 1848.1.70; 1848.1.72; 1848.1.76; 1848.1.78; 1848.1.94; 1848.1.107; (Fuller), 1848.1.108; 1848.1.114; 1848.1.136; 1848.1.153; 1848.1.159; 1848.1.169; 1848.1.170; 1848.1.188; 1848.2.10; 1848.2.20; 1848.2.23; 1848.2.36; 1848.2.49; 1848.2.68; 1848.2.79; 1848.2.90; 1848.2.103; 1848.2.120; 1848.2.135; 1848.2.148; 1848.2.178; 1848.2.179; 1849.1.43; 1849.1.188; 1849.2.19; 1849.2.27; 1849.2.28; 1849.2.41; (H. More), 1851.2.186; (Montesquieu), 1852.1.46; (Penn), 1852.1.56; 1852.1.57; 1852.1.61; (Dryden), 1852.1.93; (Montesquieu), 1852.1.93; 1852.1.177; 1852.1.188; 1852.2.111; 1852.2.181; 1853.1.21; 1853.1.33; 1853.1.49; 1853.1.83; 1853.1.84; 1853.1.119; 1853.1.140; 1853.1.143; 1853.1.147; 1853.1.161; 1853.1.180; 1853.2.34; (Bulwer), 1853.2.34; 1853.2.40; 1853.2.59; (Washington), 1853.2.67; 1853.2.69; 1853.2.92; (Morellet), 1853.2.120; 1853.2.124; 1853.2.125; 1853.2.126; 1853.2.148; 1853.2.152; 1853.2.183; 1854.1.59; 1854.1.82; 1854.1.134; 1854.1.140; 1854.1.156; 1854.1.157; 1854.2.231; 1854.2.297; 1855.1.17; 1855.1.56; 1855.1.70; (Bulwer), 1855.1.140; (Sir William Temple), 1855.1.150; 1855.1.174; 1855.1.180; 1855.2.43; 1856.1.148; (Bonaparte), 1856.1.147; 1856.1.174; 1856.1.183; 1856.2.18; 1856.2.21; 1856.2.86; 1856.2.102; 1856.2.117; 1856.2.119; 1856.2.181; 1857.1.40; 1857.1.54; 1857.1.107; 1857.2.67; 1857.2.86; 1857.2.150; 1857.2.181; 1858.1.116; 1858.2.9; 1859.2.4; 1859.2.45; 1859.2.132; 1859.2.169; 1859.2.174; 1859.2.175; 1860.1.17; 1860.1.79; 1860.1.100; 1860.1.104; 1860.1.117; 1860.1.175; 1860.2.15; 1860.2.82; 1860.2.105; 1860.2.113; 1860.2.141; 1860.2.177; 1860.2.178; 1861.1.11; 1861.1.35; 1861.1.38; 1861.1.54; 1861.1.110; 1861.1.180; 1861.2.14; 1861.2.51; 1861.2.68; 1861.2.79; 1861.2.106; 1861.2.151; 1862.1.7; 1862.1.16; 1862.1.108; 1863.1.76; 1863.2.55; 1863.2.151; 1863.2.142; 1864.1.15; 1864.1.20; 1864.1.55; 1864.1.65; 1864.1.88; 1864.1.121; 1864.1.132; 1864.2.12; 1864.2.23; 1864.2.49; 1864.2.55; 1864.2.56; 1864.2.99; 1864.2.107; 1864.2.113; 1864.2.116; 1864.2.142; 1865.1.4; 1865.1.75; 1865.1.79; 1865.1.116; 1865.1.134; 1865.1.145; 1865.1.152; 1865.1.170; 1865.2.38; 1865.2.74; 1865.2.79; 1865.2.102; 1865.2.139; 1865.2.151; 1866.1.7; 1866.1.69; 1866.1.76; 1866.1.131; 1866.1.145; 1866.1.150; 1866.2.34; 1866.2.80; 1866.2.89; 1866.2.111; 1866.2.132; 1866.2.135; 1866.2.142; 1866.2.170; 1866.2.175; 1866.2.185; 1867.1.44; 1867.1.52; 1867.1.85; 1867.1.104; 1867.1.117; 1867.1.144; 1867.1.175; 1867.1.180; 1867.2.21; 1867.2.102; 1867.2.134; 1867.2.140; 1867.2.182

[aphorism of Sadi], 1864.2.85

“Aphorisms”, 1846.2.85

“Aphorisms from Shakspeare”, 1841.1.63

“Apollo” /i, 1850.2.145-146

“Apparition, An”, 1845.1.58

“Appeal of Peter the Hermit” (J. Loomis), 1868.2.396-397

“Apple, The”, 1841.2.181

“Application”, 1853.2.152

“Application of a Curious Physiological Discovery” (Weekly Post), 1853.1.88-89

“Application and Research”, 1848.1.116

“April” /i, 1842.1.120; /i, 1843.1.110-111; /i, 1844.1.97-98; /i, 1848.1.97-103; /i, 1854.1.102-103; /i/p (H. H.), 1859.1.101; /p/i (William Merry), 1862.1.97

“April, and the Other Months” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.1.192-193

“April Fool” (Miles Hawthorne), 1871.1.267-270

“April Shower, The, A Song” /s, 1841.1.128

“April Showers” /s, 1845.1.128; /p (Lucy), 1862.2.47; /p (Silver Bugle), 1865.1.167

“Aquarium, The” /i, 1858.2.180-182

“Arab Belle, An”, 1850.1.18

“Arab Women”, 1853.1.154-155

“Arabia” /i, 1853.1.69-73

“Arabic Language, The”, 1851.2.121-122

“Aracari, The” /i, 1849.2.57-58

“Arbor, The” /i, 1843.2.26-27

“Archer and the Arrow, The”, 1846.1.87

[Archibishop Fletcher], 1850.2.13

“Architecture of Birds” /i, 1841.1.158-159

“Architecture of Fishes”, 1852.1.72-73

“Arcaeological Discovery”, 1852.1.61

“Arctic Sea, The” /i, 1858.2.165-168

“'Are You Contented?'”, 1864.1.166

“Arguri”, 1851.2.50

“Argus Pheasant, The” /i, 1863.1.148-149

“Arion and the Dolphin, 1852.1.141-142

“Aristocratic Notions” /p, 1853.2.66-67

[Aristotle], 1847.2.82

“Arithmetic”, 1843.1.38

“Ark, The” /p/i, 1856.2.136

“Armenia and the Armenians” /i, 1852.1.185-188

“Armenian Merchants in a Turkish Khan” /i, 1852.1.91-92

“Armenian Prince, An”, 1843.1.113

“Armor” /i, 1862.1.46-47

“Army of Xerxes, The” /i, 1852.2.33-34

“Arrival from Above”, 1848.2.111

“Art of Floating”, 1852.2.183

“Art of Love, The”, 1843.1.46

“Art of Making Money Plenty”, 1857.2.188

“Artaxerxes”, 1851.2.74

“Artemesia”, 1852.1.13-14

“Artesian Wells” /i, 1846.1.93-94

“Arthur's Friend” /i (C. M. Trowbridge), 1865.1.5-7

“Arthur” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1862.1.69

“Artifice”, 1846.1.76

“Artificial Ice for Skating” /i, 1843.1.40-42

“Artist, The” /i, 1853.1.165-168

“Artists' Cruise, The” /i, 1841.1.133-138

“Arts of Quackery”, 1848.1.85-86

“Askelon” /i, 1842.2.130

“Asp, The” /i, 1849.2.140-141

“Aspersion” /p, 1849.1.39

“Aspirations of Youth” /p, 1859.2.14

“Ass, The” /i, 1845.2.204

“Ass and the Lamb, The” /i/p, 1854.2.344

“Ass's Revenge, An”, 1846.2.63-64

“Astonishing Powers of the Horse” /i, 1841.1.172-173

“Astrakhan, Russia” /i, 1867.1.112

[astronomical filler], 1859.1.80

“Astronomical Pun”, 1853.2.101

“Astronomy” /i, 1852.2.88-89

“At Evening Prayer” /p/i (Dewdrop), 1865.1.149

“At Gettysburg” (Pertine), 1864.2.56

“At the Door” /p, 1865.1.162

“Atheist Silenced, The”, 1857.1.49

Atlantic Telegraph, The” /i, 1858.2.103-108

“Attachment of a Parrot”, 1853.1.89

“Attachment to Our Country”, 1841.1.42

“Attack Upon a Panther” /i, 1845.1.133-134

“Attakullakulla” /i, 1843.2.74-77

“Attempted Revolution” /i (Harry Hatchet), 1856.2.79-81

“Attending Angels” /p (Longfellow), 1864.2.14

“August” /i, 1844.2.33-34; 1845.2.225-226; /i, 1848.2.34-36; /i, 1854.2.227-228

“Augustus, 1849.1.165

“Aunt Anna's Diamonds” (L.E.), 1857.2.168

“Aunt Becky” /i, 1864.1.16-17

“Aunt Emily's Tea-Set” (Kruna), 1865.2.177-179

“Aunt Freelove's Work-Bag” (Uncle Tim), 1863.1.114-116

“Aunt Friendly and Her Little Musicians” (Kruna), 1862.2.114-115

“Aunt Martha's Hospitality” (Kruna), 1863.1.177-179

“Aunt Mary's Cat” /p, 1859.2.183

“Aunt Minerva” /p (Aunt Mattie), 1860.1.147

“Aunt Sally's Thanksgiving Pies” (Mrs. M. O. Johnson), 1870.2.200-201

“Aunt Sue's Bureau”, see "Puzzle Drawer"

“Aunt Sue's Puzzle Drawer”, see "Puzzle Drawer"

“Aunt Sue's Scrap-Bag” /i, 1860.1.44-46; 1860.1.181-182; 1860.2.119-120; 1860.2.52-53; 1860.2.84-85; 1860.2.148-149; 1860.2.179; 1861.1.17-18; 1861.1.50-51; 1861.1.86-87; 1861.1.147148; 1861.1.181-182; 1861.1.116-117; 1861.2.87-88; 1861.2.54-55; 1861.2.117-118; 1862.1.47; 1862.1.120-121; 1862.1.151-152; 1862.2.26; 1862.2.56-57; 1862.2.88-89; 1862.2.152-153; 1863.1.5354; 1864.1.86-87; 1865.1.147-148; 1865.1.177-178; 1865.2.19-20; 1867.1.56-57; 1867.1.88-90; 1867.1.118-120; 1867.1.152-153; 1867.1.186-187; 1867.2.25-26; 1867.2.56-57; 1867.2.87-88; 1867.2.122-124; 1867.2.154-155; 1867.2.183-185; 1868.1.33-34; 1868.1.72-74; 1868.1.112-113; 1868.1.157-159; 1868.1.201-202; 1868.1.242; 1868.2.283; 1868.2.322-323; 1868.2.368; 1868.2.413- 18414; 1868.2.462-463; 1868.2.507-508; 1869.1.44-45; 1869.1.94-95; 1869.1.142-143; 1869.1.189191; 1869.1.237-238; 1869.1.285; 1869.2.332; 1869.2.376; 1869.2.430; 1869.2.527-528

“Aunt Sue's Work-Table” /i, 1864.1.156; 1847.2.84

“Aurora, or All for the Best”, 1865.2.45-49

“Australian Apteryx, The” /i, 1859.2.13-14

“Australian Tree, An”, 1851.2.164-165

“Author's Children, The” (Dudley), 1866.1.146-150

“Autobiography of a Blue Stocking” /i (Lillian Louise Gilbert), 1869.2.356-359

“Autumn” /s, 1841.2.64; 1860.1.77; 1855.2.75; 1859.1.59


“Baby Sailor, The”, 1848.1.67-69; 1854.1.68-70

“Baby Song, A” /p (Mrs. R. H. Stoddard), 1860.1.21

“'Baby's Dead'” /p (Jennie), 1857.1.117

“Baby's Tear, The” /i/p (Minnie R.), 1860.2.22

“Baby's Wrongs” (J. E. McC.), 1864.2.55

“Babylon” /i, 1850.1.15-16

“Back Windows” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1869.1.13-16

“Bad Habit, A”, 1851.2.4

“Bad Mark, A” (Children's Friend), 1857.2.23

“Bad Spelling”, 1853.2.120

“Badger, The” /i, 1852.1.18-19

“Bald Eagle” /i, 1843.2.10-11

“Balloon, The” /i, 1843.1.191; 1851.2.107-111

“Balloon Travels Around the World, 1851.2.89-91; 1851.2.107-111; 1851.2.143-147; 1851.2.184-186; 1852.1.9-13; 1852.1.34-44; 1852.1.98-99; 1852.2.34-38; 1852.2.73-77; 1852.2.137141; 1853.1.8-10; 1853.1.42-44; 1853.1.74-77; 1853.1.108-111; 1853.1.141-143; 1853.1.169-175; 1853.2.164-167; 1853.2.3-8; 1853.2.102-108; 1854.1.17-19; 1854.1.46-49; 1854.1.83-86; 1854.1.103109; 1854.2.199-205; 1854.1.137-140; 1854.2.261-264; 1854.2.327-333; 1854.2.361-367; 1856.1.6672; 1855.1.82-86

“Ballooning” /i, 1850.1.124-126

“Balloons”, 1851.2.31

“Bamboo, The”, 1844.2.61; /i, 1845.1.40-41; /i, 1861.1.49

“Banana, The” /i, 1842.1.148

“Band of Hope Stanzas” /p (Mrs. J. H. Hanaford), 1859.2.52

“Banker in Trouble, A”, 1857.2.87-88

“Banyan Tree, The” (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1871.2.68-70

“Baobab, The” /i (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1872.1.20-22

“Baobab-Tree, The” /i, 1849.2.92-93

“Barbara Blythe” (Sophie May), 1861.2.44-47

“Barber of Paris, The”, 1843.1.176-177

“Barn Swallow, The”, 1845.1.116

“Barn Swallows” /i (W. Wander), 1870.2.37-38

“Barnacles” /i, 1845.1.85

“Basket-Making” /i, 1851.1.101

“Bat, The” /i, 1858.2.75-76

“Bat Family, The”, 1844.2.29-30

“Bats” /i, 1844.1.26-27

“Battering Ram, The” /i, 1852.1.71

“Battle Between a Rat and a Crab”, 1844.1.184-185

“Battle Between the Boys and the Birds” (Uncle Tim), 1859.1.88-89

“Battle Field, The” /i, 1850.1.82-83

“Battle of Navarino” /i, 1848.2.186-187

“Battle that Was Not Fought, A”, 1865.1.79

“Battles at Home” (Mary G. Darling), 1870.1.7-23; 1870.1.56-67; 1870.1.100-119; 1870.1.149-160; 1870.1.201-213; 1870.1.258-267; 1870.2.8-17; 1870.2.58-63; 1870.2.107-121; 1870.2.152-161; 1870.2.203-212

“Bayard Taylor”, 1858.2.146

“Be Active” /p, 1861.2.14

“Be Careful of Small Things” (Philadelphia Ledger), 1856.2.68

“Be Comforted” /p/i (Lilias S.), 1865.1.80

“Be Content”, 1863.2.84; /i, 1864.1.97

“Be Kind, Dear Boys” /i, 1867.2.180-182

“Be Kind to Each Other” /p/i, 1848.2.182

“Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home” /p, 1852.2.72

“Be Kind to the Birdies” /i, 1865.2.147-148

“Be Kind to the Old”, 1848.1.187-188

“Be Kind to Your Mother”, 1852.1.139

“Be Polite”, 1866.1.108

“Be Polite”, 1868.1.200

“Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out”, 1848.2.158

“Be Thankful for a Good Mother”, 1863.1.52

“Be True” /p, 1864.1.38

“Be What You Seem” /p, 1862.1.146

“Be Wise” /p, 1851.2.99

“Bear, The (A.L.O.E.), 1871.1.270-271

“Bear and Child”, 1844.2.119-120

“Bear and Panther, The” (Cabinet of Natural History, and American Field Sports), 1844.2.144-147

“Bear Story, A (J. B. B.), 1859.1.115

“Bearded Vulture, The” /i, 1849.1.68-69

“Beards”, 1858.1.85

“Bears and Bees, The” /p, 1855.1.134

“Beasts, Birds, and Fishes” /p (Jane Taylor), 1849.2.137-138

“Beautiful”, 1854.1.45

“Beautiful Epitaph”, 1848.2.166

“Beautiful Hands”, 1865.2.44

“Beautiful Land of Rest” /s (H. L. Frisbie), 1863.1.192

“Beautiful Present, A” /i, 1863.2.152

“Beautiful Sentiment, A”, 1856.2.169; 1857.1.51

“Beautiful Superstition”, 1851.2.17

“Beautiful Thought, A”, 1856.2.24; 1857.2.79

“Beautiful Zion” /s, 1859.2.96

“'Beauty'” /i, 1843.1.50

“Beauty” /p, 1869.1.236

“Beauty of Jewish Women”, 1849.1.106

“Beaver, The” /i, 1848.2.86-87

“Beaver and the Monkey, The” /i, 1845.1.53

“Beavers of Lake Superior, The” /i (Uncle Frank), 1858.1.119-120

“Becky's Christmas Dream” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1870.1.32-39

“Bedouin, or Arabs of the Desert” /i, 1851.2.122-125

“Beds”, 1842.1.61

“Bee and Butterfly, The” /i, 1845.1.51

“Bee and the Miser, The” /i, 1866.1.150

“Bee Hive, The” /i, 1854.1.99-101

“Bee Workers, The”, 1867.2.41

“Bees”, 1841.2.128; /i, 1842.1.69-71

“Bees and Bee-Hive” /i, 1866.2.77-79

“Befriending the Poor” /i, 1852.1.100-101

“Beggar, The” /i/p, 1845.1.11; /i, 1852.2.16-17

“Beginnings”, 1864.2.175

“Being Behindhand”, 1841.1.63

“Belesis”, 1851.2.79

“Belisarius” /i, 1847.1.59-60

“Bells”, 1842.2.55-56

[Belvidere], 1844.2.68

“Belzoni” /i, 1850.2.1-5

“Benefactors” /i, 1852.1.62-63

“Benevolence of the Deity”, 1841.2.134

“Benificence”, 1849.2.115

“Benjamin Constandt”, 1844.2.149

“Benjamin Franklin” /i, 1845.1.78-79

“Benjamin West” /i (Parley's Curiosities of Human Nature), 1848.1.52-53

“Bennie” /i (Mary G. Darling), 1872.1.197-201

“Benny's Uniform” /i, 1862.1.70-73; 1862.1.105-108

“Berlin” /i, 1851.2.183

“Bermuda Little Girl, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.20-21

“Bernardin de Saint Pierre” /i (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1871.1.182-184

“Bessie and Her Lamb” /p/i, 1864.1.12

“Bessie, the Teacher” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1861.2.111

“Bessie's Fishing” 1862.2.1-5; 1862.2.45-47

“Best Liquor, The”, 1858.1.179

“Best Medicine, The” /p, 1861.2.111

“Best Policy, The” /i (Robert Handy), 1870.2.121-123

“Best Time to Fret, The”, 1857.2.13

“Best You Can, The”, 1865.2.12

“BETE” /i (S. G. G.), 1853.2.138-144

“Bethesda” /i, 1842.2.97-98

“Bethlehem” /i, 1842.2.131-132

“Better Choice, The”, 1852.2.43

“Beware of Impatience”, 1841.2.8

“Bheels, The” /i, 1848.1.31

“Bible, The” /i (Bickersteth), 1847.2.3-4; 1849.1.17; 1852.1.88

“Bierstadt, a Living Artist” (B. B.), 1872.1.42-43

“Bill and the Boys” /i, 1844.1.13-16; 1844.1.69-72; 1844.1.109-111; 1844.1.139-143; 1844.1.185-187; 1844.2.34-37; 1844.2.69-72; 1844.2.132-134

Billy Bump": in Boston, 1848.2.41-44; 1848.2.82-84; 1848.2.121-124; 1848.2.140-142; 1849.1.13-15; 1849.1.51-56; 1849.1.90-92; 1849.1.121-123; 1849.1.184-188; 1849.2.20-22; 1849.2.58-60. in California, ; 1849.2.84-86; 1849.2.120-123; 1849.2.154-158; 1849.2.177181; 1850.1.174-179; 1850.2.23-28; 1850.2.181-185

[biological filler], 1844.2.104

“Bird Battle, The” /i/p (R. S. O.), 1858.2.36-37

“Bird of Paradise, The” /s, 1844.2.160

“Bird-Thoughts” /i (Herbert F. Robinson), 1868.2.397

“Bird's Adieu!, The” /s, 1841.2.96

“Bird's Nest, The” /i, 1843.1.128; /p/i (H. C. Deakin), 1854.1.150-151; /p/i, 1856.2.103; /p/i (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.1.288-289

“Bird-Catcher, The” /i/p, 1846.1.152; /p/i (Laman Blanchard), 1856.1.112

“Bird-foundling, The: A Fairy Tale” (Household Traditions), 1848.1.109111

“Birds” /p, 1849.2.27; /i, 1859.2.3-4; /i (F. F. E.), 1871.2.22-24

“Birds--'Little Birds'”, 1856.1.53

“Birds and Flowers” /i, 1864.1.144-145

“Birds and Their Songs” /i, 1861.2.67-68

“Birds at Home” (Minnie), 1850.1.9-12; House Wren 1850.1.103-105; Golden-winged Woodpecker 1850.1.147-150; Domestic Dove /i 1850.1.168-170

“Birds of New York (Henry A. Danker), Crossbill /i 1862.1.170-171; Owls /i 1862.2.42-44; Linnets /i 1861.2.52-53; 1861.2.142-143

“Birds of Passage” /p (Mrs. Hemans), 1847.1.45

“Birds Speaking English”, 1855.1.38

“Birds' Orchestra, The” /p (Celia Thaxter), 1872.1.280

“Birthday Gift, The” /ch. 1-3” (Truth Inman), 1861.2.69-73

“Birthday, The” /p (Jacapa), 1845.2.316-318

“Birth-day Party, The” /i (Minnie), 1852.2.44-48; /i (Kruna), 1863.2.174-178

“Birthnight of the Humming-Birds”, 1848.1.58-60

“Birthplace of Joan of Arc” /i, 1845.2.343

[Bishop Burnet], 1845.2.283

“Bishop Heber”, 1843.1.112

“Bison, or American Buffalo, The” /i, 1843.1.86-87

“Biter Bit, The” /i, 1847.2.134-135

“Black Beast, The” /i, 1849.2.65-67

“Black Beast, Again, The” /i (Peter Parley), 1849.2.129-131

“Black Guard”, 1855.1.38

“Black Sea-Lion, The” /i, 1861.2.48-49

“Black Skimmer of the Seas, The” /i, 1841.2.175-176

“Black Teeth”, 1859.2.121

“Black Yarn and Blue”, 1872.2.235-237

“Black-Handled Knife, The” /p (Old Major, The), 1859.1.141

“Blacksmith, The” /i, 1862.1.144

“Blacksmith's Shop in the West, A”, 1844.2.110

[Blankets], 1857.1.112

“Blarney”, 1855.2.72

“Blessed is He that Considereth the Poor” /p (Aunt sue), 1857.2.53

“Blessing on a Child” /p (Caroline Bowles), 1843.2.159

“Blessings of Industry”, 1857.1.143

Blessings of Work” (J. E. McC.), 1863.1.150-151

“Blighted Flowers” /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1870.1.174

“Blighted Potato, The” /p (Cruikshank's Comic Almanac for 1846), 1846.1.132

“Blind Beggar and His Dog, The” /i, 1843.1.122-123

“Blind Boy, The”, 1846.1.106-112

“Blind Child, The”, 1863.2.79-81

“Blind Girl, The” /p (L. M.), 1863.1.52

“Blind Horse”, 1846.2.18

“Blind Robert” (Gen. Chris. Herald), 1853.2.68-69

“Bliss of Giving, The”, 1863.2.100

“Blossoms of the Soul” /p, 1852.1.158

“Blowing Bubbles” /p/i (M. A. L.), 1857.2.35

“Blue and Gold” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.51

“Blue Beard and His Castle”, 1844.1.188

“Blue-Bird, The”, 1843.2.104-105

“Blue Hills” /p (M. R. W.), 1869.2.424-425

“Blue Jay, The”, 1844.1.62

“Blues, The”, 1844.1.7-9

“Boastful Ass, The” /i, 1841.1.157-158

“Boastful Wolf, The” /i, 1846.1.127

“Boat Race, The” /i (Mary G. Darling, In the World), 1871.1.237-238

“Boat-Ride, The” /i (T. P.), 1860.2.1-6

“Bob and 'Chitabob'” /i (T. T.), 1870.1.1-7

“Bob-o-link, The” /i, 1843.1.172-173

“Bob O'Linkum's Song to the Mower” /s, 1842.2.32

“Boisterous Preaching”, 1844.1.188-189

[Boleslaus the Fourth], 1847.1.52

“Bonaparte and the Leg of Mutton” /i, 1844.1.58-59

“Bonaparte on Noses”, 1845.1.14

“Bonaparte's Ways”, 1844.2.84

“Bonaparte's Wit”, 1844.2.68

“Bonnie Bairns, The” /p/i, 1853.1.101

“Book Notices”, 1857.2.128; 1858.1.64

[Books], 1847.2.42

“Books” /p, 1852.2.26

“Books and Children” /i (Old Major, The), 1860.2.77-78

“Books and Reading” /i, 1871.1.37-38

“Bootblacks” /i (George W. Bungay), 1867.2.75-76

“Bootham Bar, York” /i, 1855.1.39-41

“Bo-Peep on Trial” /p/i, 1857.2.81

“Born Again” /p, 1848.2.183

[botanical filler], 1844.2.99; 1845.1.67; 1845.1.159; 1858.2.69

“Botanical Wonders”, 1846.1.44-45

“Boulogne Memorial of Bonaparte, The” /i, 1847.1.110

“Bower Labyrinth, The”, 1859.1.32

“Boy and Bird” /p, 1842.2.135

“Boy and Cannon” /i, 1849.2.80

“Boy and the Frogs, The” /p (George J. Varney), 1871.1.181-182

“Boy and the Microscope, The”, 1851.1.156-157

“Boy and the Lark, The” /s, 1841.2.32

“Boy and the Butterfly, The” /p, 1845.1.57

“Boy by the Name of Jack” /p (Jane Taylor), 1849.2.175

“Boy Lost, A”, 1843.1.38

“Boy Soldier, The” /i, 1862.2.6-10

“Boy that Made a Water-Wheel, The” /i (Pearl Peveril), 1866.2.171-173

“Boy That Told Large Stories, The” /i, 1847.2.140

“Boy that Would Have His Own Way, The” /i (The Presbyterian), 1852.2.129132

“Boy with Too Much Curiosity”, 1860.2.167-168

“Boy's Bargain, A” (B. K. C.), 1871.2.180-183

“Boy's First Grief, The” /p (Mrs. Hemans), 1853.1.89

“Boy's Marbles”, 1852.2.15

“Boy-Heroes” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.79

“Boyhood of General Grant” (Rev. William M. Thayer), 1866.1.21-23

“Boys and Birds”, 1855.1.144

“Boys and the Frogs, The” /i, 1864.2.165

“Boys at Play” /i, 1842.1.187; /p/i (Gray's Eton College), 1853.2.85

“Boys' Battle-Song, The” /p, 1863.1.74

Boys' 'Fourth-of-July', The” /p/i (Kruna), 1865.2.2-3

“Boys' Pockets” (Eula Lee), 1866.1.140

“Braham's Parrot”, 1841.2.61-62

“Brahmins, The” /i, 1847.1.164-166

“Branch of Elder, The”, 1844.2.99

“Brave Boy, A” /i, 1863.1.21-22; 1866.2.2

“Brave French Soldier, The”, 1871.2.176-180

“Brave Irishman, A”, 1841.1.31

“Brave Maiden of Nancy, The” /i (Christian Byrde), 1872.1.114-120

“Brave Sailor-Boy, A” /i, 1864.1.142-143

“Brazilian Savages, The” /i, 1847.2.66-67

“Breathing Spaces” (J. E. McC.), 1872.2.171

“Brick Making” /i, 1854.2.359-360

“Bridal Gift, The” (English Magazine), 1845.1.117-118

“Bride of the Spirit-Island, The” /p (Kruna), 1867.2.22-24

“Briers and Berries” /p (Browne), 1841.2.138

“Bright Side and the Dark Side, The” (Uncle Frank), 1858.2.102

“Brightest Side, The” /i (Kruna), 1861.2.10-14

“Brilliants” /p, 1854.2.297

“Bring in the Lambs” /s, 1865.1.32

“British Sovereigns” /p, 1855.1.2

“Broadcast Thy Seed!” /p, 1865.2.39

“Broken Pipe, The” /p, 1849.1.89

“Broken Sled, The” /i (Kruna), 1867.1.8-11

“Broken Watch, The” /i, 1864.2.136-137

“Brother and Sister”, 1853.1.22-23; /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1862.1.73

“Brother, The”, 1858.2.20-21

“Brother Towler” /i (Sophie May), 1862.1.8-13

“Brotherly Kindness”, 1851.2.169

“Brown Coat, or a Blue, A?”, 1845.1.17-18

“Bruin at a Maple-Sugar Party” /i (C. A. Stephens), 1871.1.176-181

“Brussels” /i, 1846.1.33-34

“Bubble, The” /s, 1847.1.96

“Buccaneer, The” /i, 1847.1.19-20

“Buddhism” /i, 1851.2.33-37

“Builders, The” /i, 1859.1.6-7

“Bull, A”, 1842.1.181; 1843.1.66

“Bull Turned School-master, The” /i, 1851.2.42-44

“Bumble Bee, The” /p, 1856.1.77

“Bumps and Bruises” (Sarah P. Brigham), 1870.2.274-277

“Bunny”, 1868.1.100

“Burning of the Tower of London” /i, 1843.1.58-60

“Burying-Beetles” /i, 1846.1.183

“Butcher-Bird, The” /i, 1862.2.44

[Butter], 1844.2.178

“Butterflies” /i, 1842.1.101; /i, 1846.2.14-15; /i, 1849.2.49-51; 1854.1.171

“Butterfly, The” /s, 1845.2.352; /i, 1846.2.146-147; /p, 1847.1.52; /p (Thomson), 1847.2.28; /i, 1849.2.175; /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.115

“Butterfly's Funeral, The” /p, 1853.2.28

“Buzzard, The” /i, 1849.1.143-144

“By-and-By” /p, 1858.2.76; /p (L. D. Nichols), 1870.1.24

“By the Lake” /p (Adelbert Older), 1859.1.105

“Bye-and-Bye”, 1856.1.183

[Byron], 1845.2.267


“Cabbage-Tree, The” /i, 1862.2.72-73

“Cabinet Puzzler's Drawer, The”, 1857.1.126-128

“'Cabinet' Organ, The”, 1866.1.185-186

“California” /i, 1849.1.85-88

“Calling Things by Their Right Names”, 1850.2.157

“Calmness”, 1843.1.44

“Camalote, The” /i, 1858.2.112-114

“'Came Home as Good as We Went'”, 1865.2.102

“Camel, The” /i, 1846.1.15-17

“Camels” (J. G. Wood), 1872.1.131-136; 1872.1.164-167

“Cameos”, 1848.2.20

“Camphor-Tree, The” /i, 1849.1.149-150

“Camping Out at Rivermouth” (Willy Wisp), 1870.2.185-188

“Can Birds Talk?” /i (Uncle Tim), 1863.1.167-170

“'Can't Afford It'”, 1864.1.143

“Canals”, 1851.2.28-29

“Canaries” /i/p (Grandpa), 1858.1.173

“Canary and the Blue-Bird, The” /p (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.90

“Canary Bird, The”, 1842.1.78

“Candle and the Candlestick, The”, 1846.1.76

“Candy-Drawer, The” /i (Kruna), 1867.2.14-16

“Canine Friendship”, 1847.1.32

“Canine Pride”, 1850.2.38

“Canine Sagacity” /i (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1872.2.220-225

“Canning Peaches” /i (Olive), 1867.1.109-111

“Canut's Reproof” (Aikin), 1855.1.26-27

“Canvas-Back, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1865.2.73

“Captain Meriwether Lewis” /i, 1850.2.56-57

“Captain Richard C. Derby” /p (Mrs. Caroline A. Mason/p), 1865.1.181

“Captain Tommy” /i (Uncle Tim), 1864.1.81-83

“Captain's Pudding, The”, 1845.1.171

“Captive Bluebird, The” /s, 1845.2.224

“Captive Jewess, The” /i, 1866.2.141-142

“Captive Released, The” /p/i (H. H.), 1860.1.66

“Capture of Andre, The” /i, 1856.2.13-15

“Capture of the Wrens” /i, 1856.1.163-168

“Capture of Veii, The” /i, 1851.1.10-12

“Capturing the Petrel”, 1845.1.176

“Caravan, The” /i, 1849.2.4-14

“Carbon” (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.2.184-186

“Cardinal Richelieu”, 1861.1.42

“Cards”, 1853.2.152

“Careless Hen, A”, 1860.2.168

“Careless Nancy” /i, 1843.2.28

“Careless Words”, 1865.1.119-120

“Carl” (Hannah), 1857.2.129-132; 1857.2.169-172; 1858.1.6-8; 1858.1.49-50; 1858.1.104107

“Carol Singers, The” /i (Infanta), 1851.1.9

“Caroline Thorpe” /i (Sophie May), 1863.1.77-79

“Carrier Dove, The” /i, 1849.1.105-106

“Carrier Pigeon, The” /i, 1854.2.296-297

“Carrier Pigeons, A.D. 1099”, 1843.1.61-62

“Carrier's Address” /p/i, 1855.1.1-2; /i/p, 1856.1.3-7; /i/p, 1857.1.1-2

“Carrier's Dog”, 1845.1.19

“Carry's Troubles” /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1870.1.137

“Cart Before the Horse, The” /p, 1864.2.137

“Carthaginian Gold Hunter, The”, 1855.1.119-120

“Case for the Curious, A” (Springfield Republican), 1850.2.28

Caspar Hauser” /i, 1850.2.101-105

“Cast Away on a Sand Bank” (William H. G. Kingston), 1871.2.89-94

“Cast Upon the Waters” /i (Robert Handy), 1870.2.81-84

“Castles in the Air” /p (M. F. Bulingame), 1870.1.221-222

“Castles” /i/p, 1859.2.106

“Cat a Barometer, The”, 1850.1.4

“Cat and Kittens” /p (L. H. S.), 1849.2.115; /i, 1850.1.161; /i, 1859.2.48-50

“Cat and the Mouse, The”, 1843.2.177

“'Cat That Won't Scratch I, The'”, 1861.1.82

“Catch a Weasel Asleep”, 1852.2.158

“Catching Bats” /i (Parley's Little Leaves), 1845.1.13-14

“Catching Rabbits”, 1843.1.64

“Catching Rats Vs. Study” /p (Uncle Tim), 1866.1.182

“Cathedral at Milan” /i, 1857.1.175-176

“Cathedral at Strasburg”, 1853.1.154

“Catholic Ceremonies” /i, 1846.1.176-178

“Cats-paw” /i (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.102

“Caught!” /i, 1867.2.71-72

“Caupolican” /i, 1851.2.166-168

“Caution”, 1842.1.56

“Cautions” /p, 1851.2.105

“Cave of Benton's Ridge, The” /i (F. E. S.), 1870.2.222-227

“Caves” /i, 1846.2.177-178

“Celts, The” /i, 1857.1.99-101

“Central American Dwarfs, The” /i, 1852.1.80-82

“Cervantes” /i, 1848.1.171

“Chalk”, 1847.2.63

“Chameleon, The” /i, 1851.2.22

“Chandalahs, The” /i, 1848.1.154-156

“Change in the Color of the Hair”, 1852.1.101

Change of the Seasons, The” /i, 1850.2.129-134

“Changes of the Earth's Surface”, 1848.1.141-142

“Chapter of Anecdotes, A” (Mary Howitt), 1855.2.114-115

“Chapter of English Kings, A” /i, 1843.1.164-166

“Chapter of Great Things”, 1858.2.114

“Chapter on Bells, A” /i, 1845.1.29-30

“Chapter on Proverbs, A”, 1845.1.174

“Chapter on Spices”, 1843.1.190

“Charade” /p, 1856.1.10

“Charcoal Burners, The” /i (Caroline W. Cobb), 1871.2.149-154

“Charities that Sweeten Life” /p, 1862.1.7

“Charity Begins at Home”, 1845.1.27

“Charity” /i, 1843.2.30

“Charles and His Mother”, 1841.2.124-126

[Charles V], 1861.1.13

“Charles' Self-Denial” (Anna Hope), 1860.2.37

“Charley and Henry” (W. G. T.), 1864.2.54-55

“Charley and His Boat” /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.87

“Charlie and Joe” (Frank T. Guernsey), 1867.2.84

“Charlie and Meggie in Chestnut Time”, 1862.2.145-149

“Charlie and Meggie at Christmas” /i, 1862.2.161-168

“Charlie White and the Pea-nuts” (W. C. B.), 1853.1.181-183

“Charlie's First Horse” /i, 1860.2.21-22

“Charlie's Monk's Fortune” (Annie Phillips), 1869.1.131-135

“Charlotte Corday” /i, 1844.2.10-13

“Charming Little Kate” /s/i, 1869.1.243-244

“Charon” /i, 1843.2.12

“Charter Oak, The” /i (Willie H. Coleman), 1856.2.137-138

“Chase, The” /i, 1854.2.333; /p/i (H. H.), 1857.1.151

“Chat with Our Readers and Correspondents, A”, 1848.1.189-190

“Chatterbox, The” /p, 1848.1.108

“Cheer Up!” /p, 1852.1.22

“Cheerful Cherry; or, Make the Best of It”, 1842.1.48-56

“Cherokees, The” /i, 1845.1.136-137

“Cherry Bird, The” /p (Laura Elmer), 1859.2.38

“Chestnutting” /i (Cousin Hannah), 1857.1.41-43

[The Chevalier Bayard], 1843.1.55

“Chickadee, The” /i (H. A. D.), 1860.2.180-181

“Chickens” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.139

“Chickens, The” /p/i, 1866.2.84

“Chicken-Thief, The” (J. E. McC.), 1867.2.120

“Chiffonnier, The, or Rag-Picker”, 1863.1.146-147

“Child and Flower, The” /s, 1846.2.128

“Child and the Strawberries, The” /p/i, 1863.2.73

“Child and the Angel, The” /p/i (Ralph Rambler), 1857.2.150

“Child and the Violets, The” /p, 1841.1.62

“Child and the Blossom, The” /i, 1847.2.11-13

“Child Lost in the Woods, A”, 1841.2.63

“Child Martyr of Antioch, The”, 1865.1.174-175

“Child Rebukes a Man, A”, 1843.1.46-47

“Child Under a Snow-Drift, The”, 1871.1.159-160

“Child's Affection for a Kitten, A”, 1841.1.30

“Child's Choice, The” /p, 1858.1.40

“Child's Dream, The” /p, 1847.2.187

“Child's Dream of a Star, A” /i (M. R.), 1867.1.166-169

“Child's Evening Thoughts, A” /p, 1867.1.82

“Child's Fancy, A” /s (Eoinein), 1871.2.46-47

“Child's First Grief, The” /s (Mrs. Hemans), 1846.1.64

“Child's First Knowledge of Death, A”, 1846.2.162-163

“Child's First Prayer, A”, 1843.1.46

“Child's Joy in Spring-Time, The” /p, 1867.1.117

“Child's Love, A”, 1864.2.85

“Child's Monitor, The” /i/p, 1847.1.40

“Child's Oration, The” /p (Everett), 1849.1.136

“Child's Philosophy, A”, 1843.2.96

“Child's Prayer”, 1852.1.188; /i, 1853.1.50; /p/i (Hodges Read), 1856.2.48; /p, 1857.2.150

“Child's Question, The” /p (Charlotte F. Bates), 1871.2.283

“Child's Reasoning, A”, 1843.1.121

[Childhood], 1848.1.39

“Childhood” /p (Mary Howitt), 1854.1.76; /p, 1859.2.132

“Childhood of Famous Men, The” (B. B.), 1872.1.188-189

“Childhood of Sir Walter Scott, The” (Rebekah B. Shunk), 1872.2.226-228

“Childhood's Home” /p (R. Morris), 1849.1.134

“Childhood's Tears”, 1859.1.10

“Children” /p, 1851.2.16

“Children and Chickens” /i, 1847.2.9-10

“Children Knock, The” /i (Little Barefoot, The), 1867.2.130-134

“Children's 'Old Times'” /i (Sophie May), 1864.2.109-113

“Children's Fears” /i (Eula Lee), 1867.1.46-47

“Children's Hymn, The” /p/i, 1867.2.98

“Children's Song, The” /p, 1870.2.189

“Children's Stories” /p (Mattie Bell), 1863.1.101

“Chiming the Temperance Songs” /s (Josephine Pollard), 1867.1.128

“Chimney-Swallow, The”, 1845.1.158

“Chimpans‚, The” /i, 1842.1.110-111

[Chimpansees], 1846.2.33-34

“China, and Some of Its Curious Places” /i, 1858.2.33-35

“China” /i, 1845.1.73-77; /i, 1845.1.107-110

“Chinaman, The” /p/i, 1859.1.75

“Chincilla, The” /i, 1844.2.98-99

“Chinese Architecture” /i, 1848.1.149-151

“Chinese Boys, The” /i, 1859.2.84

“Chinese Dandy, A” /i, 1844.1.149-150

“Chinese Filial Piety”, 1843.2.88

“Chinese Gratitude” (Forbes's Oriental Memoirs), 1848.1.30

Chinese in California, The” /i (Lucy St. John), 1870.1.69-71

“Chinese Industry and Art” /i, 1859.1.138-139

“Chinese Ingenuity”, 1844.1.104; 1847.1.48

“Chinese Juggler, The” /i, 1860.1.84-85

“Chinese Method of Eating”, 1841.2.132

“Chinese Notion of Dancing”, 1844.1.9

“Chinese Painter, A”, 1845.1.91

“Chinese Precepts”, 1854.1.172-173

[Chinese proverb], 1858.1.144; 1864.1.53

“Chinese Spectacles” /i, 1841.1.18

“Chinese Tailor, The”, 1845.1.114

“Chinese Tear-Bottle”, 1850.2.119

“Chinese Wall, The” /i, 1858.1.121

“Choice of a Profession, The” /i, 1845.2.268-270

“Christ Healing the Sick” /i, 1843.2.90-92

“Christian Heroism”, 1853.1.161

[Christianity], 1855.2.110; 1855.2.145

“Christians Mingling with the World” (Dr. Adam Clarke), 1864.1.48

“Christine” /i, 1859.2.33-38

“Christmas” /i, 1842.1.29-31; /i, 1842.2.180; /i, 1843.2.168-170; /i, 1845.2.353-354; /i/p (H. H.), 1859.1.5; /p/i (A. M. E.), 1860.2.178

“Christmas Carol” /p, 1856.2.181; /s, 1871.1.48-49; /p, 1872.1.11

“Christmas Day” /p/i, 1865.2.164

“Christmas Dollar, The” /i (M. K. H.), 1860.2.172-177

“Christmas Dream, A” /i/p (Mary N. Prescott), 1869.1.32-34

“Christmas Gift, A” /i (Sid), 1865.2.161-164

“Christmas Hymn” /p, 1846.2.187

“Christmas Sketch, A” (Black-Eyes), 1857.1.85-86

“Christmas Song” /p, 1864.2.181

“Christmas Tree, The” /p/i, 1858.1.5; /p/i (C. P. B.), 1859.2.161-162

“Christmas-Tree of the Mountain, The” /i (Rev. W. W. Hicks), 1866.2.181-185

“Christmas with the Birds” /i (Mary Ann), 1857.1.23-24

“Church and the Parsonage, The” /i, 1860.1.49-50

“Church of St. Peter's at Rome” /i, 1844.2.45-46

“Church of the Holy Trinity, Hull” /i, 1855.1.129-130

“Cicada, The”, 1843.1.55

“Cicero” /i, 1847.1.62-63

“Cid, The” /i, 1848.1.61-62

“Cincinnati Observatory” /i, 1859.1.108-109

“Cinnamon”, 1847.1.132; 1847.2.123

“Circassian Soldiers” /i, 1852.1.97-98

“Circumstances Alter Cases”, 1841.1.192

“Cities of Old, The” /i, 1860.1.111-114

“City Habits”, 1850.1.24

“City of Ancient Babylon” /i, 1844.1.79-80

“City of Our God, The” /p (M. Jennie Secor), 1861.2.177

“Civet, The” /i, 1851.2.59-60

“Civil Word, A”, 1845.2.291

“Civility is a Fortune”, 1853.2.137

“Civilized Bear, A” /i, 1843.2.13-14

“Civilized Indians, The” /i (F.), 1849.2.69-72

“Clara Howard”, 1855.1.149-150

“Clara's Sorrow” /i (M. F. Burlingame), 1870.1.145-148

“Classification of Birds” /i, 1847.1.130-132

“Claude Minor's Armor” /i, 1866.1.75-76

“Clean Clothes”, 1843.1.141

“Cleanliness”, 1861.1.110

“Clear Conscience, A”, 1861.1.103

“Clearness of the Northern Seas”, 1853.1.121

“Cleopatra” /i, 1857.2.144-145; /p/i (Edgar Fawcett), 1870.2.221

“Cliffs of Moyne, The” /i, 1859.1.185

“Clock that is a Clock, A” (Watchtower), 1856.2.78

“Clocks”, 1853.2.176-177

“Close of the Year,” /i, 1843.2.187; 1851.2.188

“Closing Year, The” /p/i, 1859.2.169

“Cloud, The” /p, 1856.2.119

“Clouds”, 1842.2.144-145; /p (Ophie), 1864.2.7; (Snow Flake), 1867.1.69

“Clouds, The--A Dialogue” (Aunt Upton), 1848.1.144-147

“Clover Labyrinth, The” (Aunt Sue), 1868.1.120

“Coach Dog, The” /i, 1853.2.158

“Coal and the Diamond, The” /p, 1850.2.78

“Coal of Fire, A” /i (Emer Birdsey), 1869.2.400-402

“Coati, The” /i, 1851.2.134

“Cobra de Capello, The” /i, 1861.1.146

“Cock and the Fox, The” /i, 1864.2.143-144

“Codfish, The” /i, 1853.1.149-150

“Coffee”, 1843.1.61; 1859.1.100

“Coffee, Turkish Fashion”, 1861.1.48

“Coins and Medals” /i, 1850.2.57-58

“Cold in the Well, The” (J. E.), 1865.1.173

Cold Snap of January 10th, The" (Willie H. Coleman), 1859.1.84

“'Cold Term', The” /p, 1856.1.83

“Cold Water” /p/i (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.2.24; /p/i (Hiram Hatchet), 1866.1.97

“Cold Water and Prosperity”, 1857.1.73

“Cold-Water Boys” /i, 1860.1.47-48

“Coleridge on Children and Dogs”, 1845.2.240

“Coliseum”, 1847.2.95-96

[Colonel Thornton], 1850.2.19

“Colors” (L. B. U.), 1870.1.138

“Colossus of Rhodes, The” /i, 1849.2.153

“Columbus”, 1846.1.76

“Columbus Makes an Egg Stand on End” /i, 1855.2.121

“Combat Between a Falcon and Serpent”, 1844.1.54-55

“Come and Get It” /p/i (Parley's Picture Book, new ed.), 1843.1.17

“Come Back!” /p, 1857.2.135

“Come Out” /p/i, 1864.1.129

“Come Unto Me--Matt. xxviii” /p, 1858.1.175

“Come Walk with Me” /s, 1846.1.192

“Comet, The,” 1858.2.122; /i, 1858.2.137-139

“Comet Poetry” /p, 1859.2.111

“Comets” /i, 1843.1.119-120

“Comfort for Homely Women”, 1848.1.76

“'Coming Through the Hay'” /i, 1856.2.15-117

“Commentary Upon the Ninth” (Liverpool Mercury), 1850.1.4

“Commodore's Sailing Orders, The” /i (Sara Conant), 1872.2.5-10

“Common Lot, The” /p (James Montgomery), 1850.2.122

“Common Things with Hard Names”, 1858.2.177

“Communication of Ideas Among Cattle” (Dickens' Household Words), 1853.2.67

“Comparative Size of Animals” /i, 1842.1.149-150

“Comparison” /p (Thomas Tusser), 1843.1.107

“Compliments of the Season” /p (Laura Elmer), 1861.2.170

“Composition”, 1842.1.58-59

“Compositions and Declamations” /p (Timothy Perry), 1861.2.151

“Compromise, A”, 1859.2.79

“Conceit Cured”, 1863.1.83-86

“Conceited Jackdaw, The” /i, 1846.1.122

“Concerning Pins”, 1867.1.78

“Condor, The” /i, 1867.2.141-142

“Conduct Before the King and Queen”, 1845.1.173

“Conduct to Equals”, 1846.1.76

“Coney, The” /i, 1851.2.99

“Confession, The” /p (Blackwood), 1846.1.48

“Confession of Faults”, 1854.1.124-125

“Confessions of a Medicine-Chest” 1845.2.338-341; 1846.1.19-22; 1846.1.87-90

“Confide in Your Mother”, 1852.2.92

“Confucius”, 1851.1.166; /i, 1852.1.129

[Confused thought], 1857.1.44

“Confusion of Cause and Effect”, 1845.2.228

“Confusion of Ideas”, 1851.2.81

“Conjugal Affection” 1844.2.13-15; 1844.2.42-44

“Conjugations and Agreement”, 1850.2.59

[Connecticut minister], 1854.1.189

“Consecrated Island, The”, 1848.1.94

“Consistent Mother, A”, 1843.1.47

“Consolation in Sea-sickness”, 1844.1.61

“Consoling” /p, 1857.1.182

“Constantinople” /i, 1843.1.100-101; /i, 1848.2.71-72

“Contentment”, 1841.1.50

“Contents of the Bible” /p, 1846.1.139

“Continental Money” /i, 1850.1.46-47

“Contradiction”, 1843.1.66; 1845.2.373

“Contrast, The” /i, 1853.2.41-44

“Conundrums”, 1843.1.39; 1852.1.117; /p, 1854.1.181; 1857.2.48-49

“Conventions” /i, 1856.2.176-181

“Conversation”, 1863.1.104

“Conversation About Islands, A” /i, 1853.2.70-75

“Conversation About Valleys, Plains, and Deserts” /i, 1853.2.129-136

“Convexity of the Earth”, 1857.1.147

“Cookery Book”, 1842.1.90

“Cooking a Ghost” /i (Sophie May), 1867.1.53-55

“Coolies of Hindostan, The” /i, 1846.1.18-19

“Cooling Spring, The” /p, 1865.2.34

“Coolness”, 1847.2.67

“Copper Cent, The”, 1859.1.167

“Coral” /i, 1847.2.2-3; /i, 1849.1.145

“Coriander, The” /i, 1849.1.115-116

“Corinth” /i, 1865.2.140

“Coriolanus”, 1851.2.139-140

“Cormorant, The” /i, 1860.1.175

“Corn” /i, 1855.1.15

“Cornelia”, 1843.1.80

“Corner Grocery, The” /i (Aunt Sue), 1859.1.8-10

“Cossacks, The”, 1852.1.107-108

“Cost of Rum in New York”, 1852.1.19

“Costumes of the Greek Church” /i, 1866.2.45-46

“Cottager and His Landlord, The” /p, 1866.1.55

“Cottager to Her Infant, The” /p, 1844.1.91

“Cotton Plant, The” /i, 1844.2.147-148; /i, 1846.1.75-76

“Cougar, The” /i (Cousin Lottie), 1861.2.133

“'Couldn't Cos He Sung So'”, 1853.2.126

“Counsel from the Stars” /p (Blue-Eyed Minna), 1856.1.121

“Counsels for the Young”, 1866.2.123

“Counsels to Youth” (Boston Cultivator), 1863.2.150; 1864.2.150

“Counting a Billion”, 1847.2.171

“'Counting Out'” /i (Uncle T.), 1858.1.13-14

“Country Life” (Minnie), 1853.2.13-16; 1853.2.35-38; 1853.2.121-124; 1853.2.145-148; 1853.2.169-172

“Country Life” /i, 1859.1.137

“Country Pursuits”, 1843.1.131-132

“Countryman, A”, 1843.1.168-169

[couplet] /p (Rogers), 1853.2.101; /p, 1857.1.140; /p, 1858.1.48; /p, 1865.1.118; /p, 1865.1.146; /p, 1866.2.84

“Courage”, 1849.1.78

“Courteous Forbearance”, 1845.1.77

“Courtesies of Life” (Letters from William Wirt to Hi Daughter), 1853.2.59

“Courtship of the Stork-Calif” (Mrs. Abbott), 1857.1.148-150; 1857.1.172-174; 1857.2.9-11; 1857.2.51-53; 1857.2.69-70

“Cousin Alice” (Willie Wildwood), 1857.1.55

“Cousin Hannah's Story” /i, 1856.1.139-143

“Cousin Lottie's Goldendale Stories” /i, 1866.2.12-17

“Cousin's Visit, The” /i, 1860.2.38-40

“Cousins, The” /p/i, 1854.1.6; /i (F. W. A. P.), 1869.2.471-477

“Covent-Garden Flower-Market” /i, 1845.2.278

“Cow, The” /i, 1851.1.44-45

“Coxcomb, The”, 1866.2.140

“Crab, The” /i, 1862.1.173-174

“Cracked Commandment, A” /i, 1860.1.58

“Cradle Song, The” /p, 1852.2.72

“Crane, The” /i, 1862.2.150

“Crane Family, The” /i, 1841.1.179-180

“Crippled Boy, The” /i (S. W. Lander), 1871.2.101-106

“Criticism Upon Preaching”, 1844.2.185

“Crocodile, The” /i, 1850.2.10-13; /i, 1861.2.43

“Crocodile--Dragon--Leviathan” /i, 1860.2.16-17

“Crocus's Soliloquy, The” /p (Miss H. F. Gould), 1858.1.130

“Croesus, King of Lydia” /i, 1852.2.133-137

“Croissy Yew, The”, 1845.2.276-278

Crooked Tree, A”, 1857.1.43

“Cross Sticks Over the Lost Book” /i/p (Uncle Tim), 1867.1.161-162

“Crossing Sweeper, The” /i (Eula Lee), 1867.1.172-175

“Crown of Roses, The” /i (Infanta), 1850.2.137-139

“Crown Pigeon, The” /i, 1862.2.25-26

“Crowning the Maid” /i, 1853.1.120-121

“Crows and Cat”, 1845.1.123

“Crows' Court of Law, The”, 1841.2.138

“Crucifixion, The” /i, 1845.1.20-21

“Cruelty to Animals”, 1845.2.326; (Frances Adeline Seward, as "Pansy"), 1857.1.57; /i (Aunt Ann), 1859.1.70-72

“Cruelty to Insect” /i (Emilie), 1856.2.17-18

“Cruise, A”, 1847.2.19-20

“Cryptography, or Secret Writing”, 1849.2.42-45

“Cryptography”, 1870.2.212-214

“Crystal Palace in New York, The” /i, 1853.1.63-64

[Cultivation], 1846.1.166

“Cunning Bear, The” /i, 1844.2.121-122

“Cunning Fox, A” /i, 1860.2.81-82

“Cunning Thrush, The” (London Literary Journal), 1853.2.12

“Cup of Tea, The” /p, 1846.2.147

“Cure for the Tooth-ache”, 1844.1.12

“Cured of Birdnesting” /i, 1858.1.169-170

“Curiosities”, 1845.2.255

“Curiosities of Human Food”, 1861.1.11

“Curiosities of Names”, 1862.1.181

“Curiosity”, 1848.2.114; 1849.1.17

“Curiosity Contented”, 1848.2.72

“Curiosity in Caffraria” /i, 1849.1.44

“Curious”, 1841.1.189; 1845.1.53

“Curious Auction, A”, 1848.2.67-68

“Curious Birds” /i, 1865.2.33-34

“Curious Call, A” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1869.1.64-69

“Curious Cargo” (Liverpool Journal), 1849.1.81

“Curious Clock, A”, 1855.2.165

“Curious Discovery”, 1849.1.150

“Curious Epitaph”, 1855.1.38

“Curious Fact, A” (Oliver Onley), 1858.2.141

“Curious Facts”, 1858.1.40

“Curious Facts in Natural History”, 1848.2.106

“Curious Incidents of Memory” (James), 1848.2.117

“Curious Inscription”, 1855.2.134

“Curious Insect, A”, 1862.1.101

“Curious Letter to Uncle Frank”, 1858.2.30-31

“Curious Peculiarities of the Reindeer” /i, 1857.1.54

“Curious Plants” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.1.282-284

Curious Rhymes” /p, 1854.1.93

“Curious Scene”, 1853.1.179-180

“Curious Serpents”, 1851.2.41

“Curious Snuffbox”, 1853.2.48-49

“Curious Story of Waterloo”, 1859.2.169

“Curious Test of Honesty”, 1848.2.158-159

“Curious Thief, A”, 1851.2.147

“Curious Things About Flowers” (Kitty Carroll), 1870.2.46-48

“Curious Will”, 1850.2.21

“Curran and the Miller's Dog”, 1844.2.37

“Curse of Ignorance, The” /p, 1846.2.107

“Cuttle-Fish, The” /i, 1845.2.327

“Cuvier and the Swallows”, 1850.2.112-115

“Cyclopes, The”, 1852.1.140-141

“Cyprus” /i, 1851.2.48-49

“Cyrus, the Younger”, 1851.2.74


“Daffy” /p (Mary F. Waterbury), 1872.1.60

“Daguerreotype”, 1847.2.158-159

“Dahlia, The”, 1847.2.178

“Daisy Lee's New-Year” /i, 1865.1.1-4

“Dalkeith Palace, Scotland” /i, 1855.1.67-68

“Damascus” /i, 1852.1.58-59; /i, 1859.2.80-82; /i, 1862.2.86-87

“Dame Nature's House-Cleaning” (Tiny Wild Rose), 1865.2.72

“Dan's Dinner” (L. M. Alcott), 1869.1.92-93

“Dance of the Fisher” /p, 1856.1.183

“Dancing Mania, The”, 1849.2.39

“Dandy Jack” /i, 1860.1.18-19

“Daniel Webster” /i, 1853.1.122-123

[Daniel Webster], 1862.2.5

“Danish Legend, A” /p (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.1.218-219

“Dare and Do” /p, 1864.2.122; /p, 1865.2.103

“'Dare to Stand Alone'” /p, 1852.1.57

“Daring Feat, A”, 1871.2.43-44

“Darius Hystaspes” /i, 1852.2.51-55

“Darning Stockings” /p (Sarah L. Moore), 1872.1.232-233

“Dash Won't Learn His Lesson!” /i, 1843.1.159

“Date Tree, The” /i, 1842.1.114-115

“Date-Palm, The” /i, 1861.2.85-86

“Daughter's Gift, The” (M. E. D.), 1862.2.179-183

“David Price's Temptation”, 1871.2.160-162

“David Saunders--The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain”, 1843.1.12-13

“David Wilkie” /i, 1845.2.296-298

“Davy Boys' Fishing-Pond, The” /i (L. M. D.), 1870.2.101-106

“Daw and Borrowed Feathers, The” /i, 1864.2.80-81

“Day at the Sea-side, A” /i, 1850.2.115-119

“Day in Autumn, A” /p, 1852.1.138

“Day Well Spent, A”, 1847.1.103

“Days of My Youth” /p (Thomas Hood), 1845.2.313-314

“Dead Leaves” /p, 1856.2.54

“Dead Robin, The” /s, 1846.1.32

“Dead Sea, The” /i, 1850.2.20-21

“Deaf, Dumb, and Blind” (Aunt Sue), 1862.2.49-50

“Deaf and Dumb Alphabet” /i, 1854.2.343-344

“Dear Little Man, A” /i, 1862.1.87

“Death”, 1845.2.344

“Death and Sleep” /p, 1846.2.164; (Karl Schenck), 1859.1.107

“Death of an Elephant”, 1848.2.60

“Death of the Frogs, The” /i/p (M. A. L.), 1860.1.122

Death of the President”, 1841.1.127-128

“Death of Washington, The”, 1848.2.73-74

[December] /i, 1843.2.161-162; /i, 1844.2.161-162; /i, 1848.2.161-162; /i, 1854.2.355356

“Declamation": "Charles Dickens” (Rev. W.H.H. Murray), 1870.2.48; "Education Necessary to Worldly Prosperity” (Horace Mann), 1870.2.142; "Value of Little Things”, 1870.2.190; "The Lessons of the Past”, 1870.2.236; "The Trappings of War”, 1870.2.279; “Two Pictures”, 1871.1.98; "John Maynard” /p, 1871.1.144-146; "The Drummer Boy” /p (W. S. Hays), 1871.1.194; "Hoe Your Own Row” /p, 1871.1.288-289; "The Flag of Washington" /p (F. W. Gillett), 1871.2.45; "The Drummer Boy's Burial” /p, 1871.2.94-95; "Which Shall It Be?” /p, 1871.2.190-191; “Relief for Chicago” (Edward Everett Hale), 1871.2.239-240; "The Burning Prairie” /p (Alice Carey), 1871.2.288; "Ring Out, Wild Bells!” /p (Alfred Tennyson), 1872.1.47; "Commerce” (Reverdy Johnson), 1872.1.95; “Faithful Unto Death” /i (W. B. B. Stevens), 1872.1.190; (J. Loomis), 1872.1.290; (Rev. William Adams), 1872.1.239; "Shakespeare” /p (Richard H. Stoddard), 1872.2.48; "Orient Yourself!” (Horace Mann), 1872.2.96; "Prayer and Potatoes” /p, 1872.2.143-144; /p (Mrs. Gustavus Remak), 1872.2.192

“Declaration of Independence, The”, 1847.1.188-189

“Dedicated Son, The” /i (Ethel), 1866.2.86-88

“Deeds Better Than Words”, 1871.2.169

“Deeds of Kindness” /p, 1861.1.105

“Deer, The” /i, 1863.1.75-76

Deer Hunting” /i, 1850.1.132-133

“Defense of May, A” /p (Adelbert Older), 1859.2.57

“Definition of Man”, 1848.1.108

“Definition of Nothing”, 1849.1.51

“Deistical Historians”, 1849.1.93-94

“Delay Not” /p, 1864.2.86

“Delicate Generosity”, 1870.2.171

“Delicate Rebuke, A”, 1843.1.43

“Deluge, The” /i, 1842.1.186-187

“Demon Bird, The”, 1851.2.17

“Demon of Fire, The” /p (Uncle Tim), 1867.1.36

“Demosthenes” /i, 1844.1.153-157

“Departed Friends” /p (Nellie M. B.), 1864.1.76

“Description” /i, 1856.1.175

“Description of a Vessel”, 1851.2.27-28

“Deserts of Africa and Asia, The” /i, 1844.1.133-134

“Desman, or Musk-Rat, The” /i, 1844.1.74-75

“Destruction of a Rhinoceros in India” /i, 1854.2.368-369

“Destruction of Jerusalem” /i (Goodrich's Ancient History), 1848.1.180182

“Detecting Hypocrites”, 1857.2.23

“Devoted Brother and Sister, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1860.2.103-105

“Dewdrop, The” /p (Leila), 1858.2.135-136

“Dexterity of the Hand in Manufactures”, 1849.1.20-21

[dialect joke], 1857.1.24

“Dialoge Between Lucy and Her Mother”, 1849.2.133-136

“Dialogue, A” /i, 1851.1.3-4; /i, 1851.2.97-98; 1862.2.55; "Justice”, 1871.1.240-242; “Summer Boarders” (Mrs. S. E. Dawes), 1871.2.141-143

“Dialogue on Politeness” (Young Ladies' Friend), 1842.1.112-113

“Dick Allen's Victory” (Delia), 1866.1.114-116

“Dick Boldhero” 1844.1.38-40; 1844.1.66-69; 1844.1.98-101; 1844.1.135-139; 1844.1.173176; 1844.2.21-24; 1844.2.77-81; 1844.2.100-104; 1844.2.137-144; 1844.2.163-177

“'Did You Ever?'”, 1854.1.184

“'Died Rich'”, 1863.2.77

“Difference of Time”, 1858.1.86-87

“Differences” /p, 1863.2.118

[Difficulties], 1863.2.168

“Dilemma”, 1860.1.55-57

“Diners Out” /p, 1845.2.258

“Dinner and a Kiss, A” /p/i, 1870.2.278

[Diogenes], 1845.2.275

“Diogenes” /i, 1850.2.33-36

“Dipper, The” /i, 1849.2.18-19

“Discontent”, 1845.2.327

“Discontented Betty” /p, 1843.1.31

“Discontented Hans” /i (Anna Moseley), 1871.1.233-237

“Discontented Pendulum, The”, 1846.2.185-186

“Discontented Steed, The” /i, 1846.1.55-56

“Discovery, A”, 1849.1.168

“Discovery of America” /i, 1860.2.106-109

“Discovery of an Ancient Mine”, 1851.2.115

“Discovery of the River Amazon”, 1852.1.15-17

“Discovery of the Mines of Potosi” /i, 1842.2.165-166

“Discussion, The” /p/i (H. H.), 1857.1.135

“Disinterested Informer”, 1845.1.19

“Disobedience” (Annie Armstrong), 1850.1.133-135

“Distance to the Sun”, 1867.1.117

Distant Worlds” /p/i, 1852.2.21-22

“Distinction Between Invention and Discovery”, 1855.2.69

“Do as You Would be Done Unto”, 1841.2.68

“Do as You Would Be Done By” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.1.41-46

“'Do as You Would Be Done By'”, 1849.2.102-103

“Do Daily and Hourly Your Duty”, 1860.2.168

“Do It With Thy Might”, 1867.2.102

“Do It” /p (I. E. C. F.), 1872.2.204

“Do Something”, 1861.1.103

“Do You Know How to Read?”, 1862.1.117

“Do You Want a Boy, Sir?”, 1865.2.80

“Docility of a Plough-Horse”, 1846.2.59

Doctor's Little Girl, The” (C. Alice Baker), 1870.1.72-76; 1870.1.120-125; 1870.1.168-173; 1870.1.226-231; 1870.1.273-278; 1870.2.18-22; 1870.2.78-81; 1870.2.131-134; 1870.2.230-232; 1870.2.267-269

“Dodo, The” /i, 1849.1.88-89; /i, 1853.2.125

“Dody's Danger” /i (Willy Wisp), 1870.1.247-250

“Dog and Shadow, The”, 1846.1.150

“Dog and the Shadow, The” /i, 1864.1.65

“Dog Barry” /i, 1867.1.87

“Dog of Montargis, The”, 1843.1.152-153

“Dog Story--Not in Doggerel” /i, 1860.2.33-34

“Dog Whose Friend Bit Him, The” /p/i (Old Major, The), 1857.2.68

“Dog's Tail, A” (Willie H. Coleman), 1859.2.54-57

“Dogs” /i, 1861.1.101-103

“Dogs for Draft”, 1851.2.127

“Dogs in England”, 1849.1.70

“Doing Our Duty”, 1865.2.131

“Doings of the Dutch” /i, 1852.1.83-84; 1852.1.121-122

“Doll's Cradle, The” /i, 1859.1.170-171

“Dolls' Masquerade, The” /iK. E.”, 1868.1.121-130

“Dolly and Puss” /p/i, 1859.2.111

“Dolly Wren's Pet Chicken” /i, 1865.1.143-145

“Domestic Cat, The” /i, 1861.1.144-145; /i (Jessie), 1867.1.73-74

“Domestic Faults”, 1861.2.75

“Don't Be Afraid to Tell the Truth”, 1861.2.107-110

“Don't Be Extravagant”, 1857.1.11

“Don't Be Too Confident” (Old Major, The), 1863.2.116-117

“Don't Brood Over Trouble”, 1861.2.170; 1864.1.53

“Don't Despise Small Things”, 1864.2.121

“Don't Dream, But Act” /p, 1864.1.24

“Don't Fret”, 1861.1.110

“'Don't Give Up the Ship'” /i, 1844.1.10-12

“Don't Give Up” /i, 1860.2.138

“Don't Kill the Birds” /p/i, 1863.2.40

“Don't Kill the Butterflies” /i, 1856.2.144-145

“Don't Kill Time”, 1871.1.254

“Don't Say Disagreeable Things”, 1848.1.79-80

“Don't Talk About Yourself”, 1851.2.138

“Don't Tattle”, 1865.1.55

“'Don't Tell Mother'” (M. E. M.), 1864.2.68-69

“Don't Waste”, 1851.1.34

“Don't Worry”, 1859.1.148

“Don't Write There”, 1864.1.151

“Don't You Hear the Angels Coming?” /s, 1860.1.160

“Doom of Our World, The”, 1848.2.111

“Door-Bell Rung by a 'Spirit', A” /i (Willy Wisp), 1870.1.40-42

“Dory Lyon”, 1866.2.85

“Double-Horned Rhinoceros, The” /i, 1849.2.14

“Doubt and Faith” /p (Adelbert Older), 1860.1.149

“Dove, The” /p (New York Observer), 1846.1.45; /p, 1856.1.49

“Dover Railway Tunnel, The” /i, 1845.2.345-346

“Down By the River” /p/i (Adelbert Older), 1863.2.65

“Dr. Alcott's Enigma”, 1854.2.197-199

[Dr. Busby], 1850.2.147

[Dr. Channing], 1845.2.255

“Dr. Cotton and the Sheep”, 1842.1.34

[Dr. Franklin], 1845.1.159

“Dr. Franklin and the Barber”, 1852.2.125

“Dr. Jenner” /i, 1846.1.74-75

“Dr. Johnson” /i, 1847.1.53-55

“Dr. Johnson's Dying Request”, 1845.1.52

Dr. Kane's Boat--The Faith" (Willie H. Coleman), 1859.1.24

“Dr. Kane's Expedition”, 1856.1.52-53

“Dr. Livingstone” (Ralph Wilson), 1859.1.72

[Dr. Stillman Gibson] /i, 1864.2.108

“Dr. Watts”, 1842.1.68; /i, 1844.2.149-150

“Dr. Watts When a Child”, 1843.1.46

“Dragon-Fly, The” (Frank T. Guernsey), 1867.2.175; /p (Stella), 1869.1.12; /i, 1849.1.175-176

“Drawing” /i, 1853.2.33-34

“Drawing Inferences”, 1855.2.164-165

“Drawing Water” /p (Phoebe Cary), 1861.1.45

“Dreadful Joke, A”, 1846.1.58

“Dream, A” /p, 1856.2.150

“Dream-Land” /p (H. H.), 1859.2.181

“Dream of Devotion” /p/i, 1854.1.60

“Dream of Life, A” /p, 1848.2.72

“Dream of Summer, A” /p/i (Mary N. Prescott), 1871.1.93

Dreaming and Doing” /i (Mrs. N. McConaughy), 1863.2.166-168

“Dreams” /p/i (Jolly Jingle), 1863.1.161

“Dress” /i, 1842.1.115-116; /i, 1846.1.116-117; 1848.1.159

“Dress and Costumes” /i, 1847.1.78-81; /i, 1847.1.104-107; /i, 1847.1.139-141

“Dress and Other Matters in France, in the time of Henry IV” (Pictorial Hist” /France), 1842.2.185-186

“'Dressed in a Little Brief Authority'” /i, 1848.2.46-48

“Drinking Cold Water”, 1851.2.118

“Drive Not, But Lead” /p, 1859.1.39

“Driving Cattle” /i, 1851.1.153-154

“Droll Mimic, A”, 1843.2.77-78

“Dromedary-Riding” (Bayard Taylor), 1855.2.40

“Drop-Game in Africa, The” /i, 1858.2.72-73

“Drops of Water” /p/i (S. W. Lander), 1869.1.168

“Droschky, The” /i, 1851.2.57

“Druids, The” /i, 1841.1.24-26

“Drummer, The” /i, 1851.2.81

“Drummer Boy in Russia, The” 1872.1.26-33; 1872.1.84-93; 1872.1.124-131

“Drummer Boy of the Grand Army, The” /ch. 1-5/i, 1871.2.206-220; 1871.2.255-266

“Drumming for Wives”, 1848.1.108

“Drunkard's Home, A”, 1841.1.152-157

“Drunkard's Will, The”, 1856.2.114

“Dublin” /i, 1847.1.7-8

“Duchess of Gloucester”, 1849.2.181

“Duck” (M. F. Burlingame), 1871.2.38-39

“Ducks” /i, 1863.2.150

“Dueling”, 1854.1.28; 1855.1.100; 1861.1.82

“Duke of Luxemburg, The”, 1843.1.42

“Dumb Lover, A”, 1848.1.22

“Dushmanta”, 1853.2.115-116

“Dutchman, A”, 1842.1.188

“Dutiful Zouave, A”, 1871.1.115

“Dwarfs” /i, 1849.1.74-75; (Flowers for Children), 1849.1.168-174; 1849.2.152

“Dying Boy, The” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.2.212-213


“Eagle, The”, 1859.1.137; /i, 1862.1.147-148

“Eagle and Her Young, The” /i, 1859.2.175

“Eagle and the Child, The” /i, 1850.1.53-54

“Eagle Caught”, 1852.1.102

“Eagles, and Some Other Matters”, 1842.1.117-120

“Early Associations”, 1845.1.150

“Early Dead, The”, 1861.1.134

“Early Impressions” (C. G.), 1843.1.180-181

“Early in the Morning” /i (Madge), 1865.2.13-14

“Early Rising”, 1843.2.107-108; 1851.2.31

“Earth and Air” /p, 1856.2.120

“Earthen Pot and the Iron Pot, The” (La Fontaine), 1846.1.188

“Eastern Allegory, An”, 1860.2.82

“Eastern Mode of Measureing Time”, 1854.2.205

“Eastern Offering, An”, 1843.1.112

“Eastern Sepulchres”, 1852.1.124

“Eastern Story, An”, 1846.2.175

“Eberstein” /i (Mrs. Follen), 1868.2.500-502

“Eccentric Characters” /i, 1843.2.51-53; /i, 1843.2.71-72; /i, 1843.2.111-114

“Eccentric Old Maid” (Ipswich Express), 1843.1.50

“Echo: A Dialogue”, 1842.1.35

“Echo, The”, 1853.2.100-101; 1860.2.170-171

“Echo Answering”, 1856.2.145

“Echoes”, 1844.2.76-77

“Echoes Explained”, 1859.1.83

“Economy”, 1842.1.148; 1848.2.59

“Economy of Trees, The”, 1845.1.58

[editorial information], 1848.2.30

[editorial note], 1853.2.96

[Educate], 1866.2.68

“Edward Everett at School” /i, 1853.1.27-28

“Edwin, the Rabbit-Fancier”, 1842.1.175-177

“Effect of Climate and Cultivation on Vegetables”, 1844.1.104

“Effect of Colors”, 1850.1.14-15

“Effect of Fear on a Tiger”, 1846.1.176

“Effect of Grief”, 1846.1.112

“Effect of Pictures”, 1848.2.108

“Effect of Seeing as Others See, The”, 1845.1.137

“Effects of a Thoughtless Action”, 1845.1.37-39

“Effects of Gunpowder”, 1857.2.88

“Effects of Music on Animals, The”, 1843.1.18-21

“Effects of Prohibition” (English paper), 1841.2.89

“Egotism” /p (Jane Taylor), 1848.1.169

“Egyptian Architecture” /i, 1845.1.149-150

“Egyptian Pasha” /i (Pearl Peveril), 1866.1.129-131

“Egyptian Schools” /i, 1841.2.30-31

“Egyptian Vulture, The” /i, 1860.2.74

[Eighteen ways to be impolite], 1857.2.132

“Either Way will Do”, 1844.1.12

“Elder and the maple, The” (Uncle Joe), 1857.2.7

“Elder-Staff, The”, 1859.1.80

“Election of President, The” /i, 1844.2.148

“Electric Eel, An”, 1855.2.85-86

“Elegance of Speech”, 1853.1.115

“Elegy” /p (Gray), 1855.2.71-72

“Elements of Geology”, 1852.1.119-121

“Elephant and Fox, The”, 1843.1.50-52

“Elephant, The” /i, 1843.1.147-148; /i, 1855.2.19-22; /i/p (Montgomery), 1860.2.171

“Elephantine Wrestlers of Japan” (Dr. Hawks' Narrative of Japan Expedition), 1857.1.78

“Elephants, How Taken and Managed” /i, 1858.1.165-168

“Elijah” /i, 1859.1.73-75

“Elizabeth, Queen of England” /i, 1845.1.102-106; /i, 1845.1.138-142

[Elizabeth, empress of Russia], 1845.2.361-362

“Elk, The” /p (H. Shorbel's History of Quadrupeds), 1853.1.24-26

“Ellie's Chickie” /i, 1865.1.84-86

“Eloquence” (Sterne), 1848.2.159; 1860.1.79; 1865.1.48

“Eloquence of Advertisements”, 1850.2.125

“Eloquence of Quackery”, 1846.1.52

“Eloquence of the Hands”, 1855.1.27

“Eloquent Saying, An”, 1864.1.53

“Elsie's Ear-Rings” (K. E.), 1869.1.149-156

“Elsie's Summer Adventures” /i (Hannah Hatchet), 1857.2.36-43

Elva Seeking Her Fortune” (Sophie May), 1865.1.18-21; 1865.1.33-37; 1865.1.67-70; 1865.1.98-102; 1865.1.131-134; 1865.1.163-167; 1865.2.4-7; 1865.2.35-38; 1865.2.67-70; 1865.2.107-110; 1865.2.142-146; 1865.2.173-177

Elves of the Forest Centre, The" (Frances Adeline Seward, as "Pansy"), 1858.1.11-12

“Elves, The” /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1870.1.39

“Embroidery” (Kitty Carroll), 1872.1.121-123

“Emigration” /p (Buckeye Boy), 1858.1.89

“Emperor Adrian, The”, 1843.1.112

“Emperor Nicholas, The”, 1846.1.48-49

“Emperor Solyman, The”, 1850.1.166

“Emperor's Barge, The” /i, 1846.1.129

“Emphasis”, 1855.2.118

“Encouragement for the Lowly”, 1853.1.28

“England” /i, 1845.1.153-154

“English and Irish Beggars”, 1845.1.110

“English Conundrums”, 1843.1.130

“English Farmers” /i, 1844.2.55-56

[The English language], 1845.2.204

“English Mary” /s/i, 1847.2.160

“English Racer”, 1846.2.69

“'English Undefiles'”, 1855.2.140

[engraving for The Truant Antelopes] /i, 1865.2.75

[engraving for The Children Knock] /i, 1867.2.129

[engraving of a bird], 1843.2.146

[engraving of Beauty], 1843.1.53

[engraving of Corinth] /i, 1865.2.141

[engraving of fire-works], 1843.2.29

[engraving of giraffes] /i, 1865.2.169

[engraving of London], 1843.2.37

[engraving of The Faithful Sentry] /i, 1872.1.191

[engraving of The Merry Haymakers], 1864.2.38

[engraving of The Children's Hymn] /i, 1867.2.97

[engraving of the Irish girl], 1843.2.47

[engraving of the President's House], 1845.1.182

[engraving of the Covent Garden flower market], 1845.2.279

[engraving of Venice] /i, 1867.2.149

“Enigma” /p, 1846.2.187; 1848.1.160; 1848.1.95; /p (Hiram Hatchet), 1855.1.25-26; (BlueEyed Lora), 1865.1.152

“Enormous Trees” /i (Uncle Hiram), 1858.2.82-83

“Envy”, 1842.1.124

“Envy Punished”, 1871.2.32

“Ephemera, The” /i, 1849.1.114

“Ephesus” /i, 1858.1.171-172

“Epictetus”, 1852.1.181

“Epigram” /p, 1862.1.180

“Epimenides the Sleeper”, 1855.1.151-152

“Episodes in the History of Rome”, 1849.2.51

“Epitaph on a Miser” /p, 1852.1.184

“Epitaph on a Young Lady Buried at Pere La Chaise, An” /p, 1845.2.236

“Epitaph on an Infant” /p, 1846.1.145

“Epitaph on an Infant” /p, 1848.2.107

“Epitaph on Andrew Penny” /p, 1850.2.78

“Epithalamium” /p (J. G. Brainard), 1845.1.167

“Epoch”, 1847.1.166

“Equality” /i, 1843.1.37-38; 1855.2.55-56

“Equestrian Statue of Jackson, at Washington, The” (J. S. L.), 1853.1.152-154

“Equinoctial Storm, An; or, Adventures of a Hat” /i, 1843.1.108-109

“Equipage Three Thousand Years Ago, An” /i, 1847.1.29

“Equivocal Compliment, An”, 1850.1.154

“Erl King, The” /p (Goethe), 1870.2.273

“Erroneous Estimate of Boys”, 1860.1.6

“Escape, An” /i, 1857.2.33-34; 1871.2.128-129

“Escape from Danger”, 1858.2.182-183

“Escape From Siberia, An” /i, 1871.2.274-280

“Esquimaux, The”, 1849.1.93; /i, 1862.1.13

“Esquimaux Girl, An” /i, 1846.2.1-2

[essay] /i, 1847.2.65-66

“Essay on Man” /p, 1863.2.78

“Eudoxus”, 1852.1.23-24

“Eugene Aram” /i, 1843.2.3-9

“Eugene at Home” /p (Laura Elmer), 1865.2.66

“Eve” /p (Blue-Eyed Minna), 1857.1.86

“Evening” /s, 1844.1.96; /p (Leslie), 1864.2.12

“Evening Bell, The”, 1853.2.92

“Evening Prayer” /i/p, 1864.1.101

“Evening Thoughts” /p, 1848.1.176

“Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining” /i, 1871.2.83-86

“Every-day Comforts and Luxuries”, 1848.1.136-137

“Evidence of the Senses” (Will Wander), 1871.1.25-27

“Evil” /p, 1852.1.139

“Evil Company”, 1852.2.141; 1856.2.147; /i, 1867.2.173

[Evil thoughts], 1866.2.119

“Evildoers Never Happy”, 1865.2.168

“Examination at Bow Street”, 1843.2.18

“Examination of a School Boy”, 1844.2.181

“Examination of the Alphabet” /p, 1856.2.10

“Examine Both Sides” /i, 1852.2.144-145

“Example of Washington”, 1853.1.95

“Excellent Invention, An” /i, 1865.1.184

“Excuses for Not Going to Church”, 1845.1.94-95

“Exemplifications of Instinct” /British Quarterly”, 1849.1.80-81

“Exercise”, 1845.2.354

“Exiled Fairy, The” /i, 1847.2.20-22

“Exotic Fruits and Flowers in England”, 1841.2.134

“Expansion of Water”, 1867.1.78

“Experience a Teacher to Birds”, 1844.2.131

“Exquisite Story by Lamartine, An” /i, 1853.2.65-66

“Extraordinary City, An”, 1848.2.74-75

“Extraordinary Robbery”, 1851.2.73-74

“Eyebrows” /p (Ocull), 1867.2.16-17

“Eyesight”, 1859.1.171


“Fable, A”, 1848.2.30; 1852.2.80

“Fable About a Rat”, 1853.1.111-112

“Fable of the Humming-bird and Butterfly”, 1843.2.177

“Fable of the Cat, The” (M.), 1859.2.12

“Fable of the Hermit”, 1847.2.181-182

“Fable on Policy”, 1853.1.168

“Facts About Tea”, 1853.1.156

“Faint-Heart” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1869.2.369-370

“Fair Play”, 1860.1.146

“Fairies” /i, 1848.1.57-58; /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1872.2.44

“Fairmont Water-Works”, 1845.2.282-283

“Fairy Bird, The” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1872.2.164-168

“Fairy Cobbler, The” /i (Cousin Ada), 1864.1.84-85

“Fairy Mignonne, The” /i, 1849.2.52-56; 1849.2.72-76; 1849.2.108-114

“Fairy of the Forest, The” (Sophie May), 1864.2.40-42

“Fairy Stories” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1846.1.142-145

“Fairy's Home, The” /p (F.), 1845.2.275

“Faith” /p/i (Aunt Sue and Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.103-104

“Faithful Friends” /i (X.), 1871.2.39-41

“Faithful Terrier, A”, 1866.2.56-58

“Fakirs of Hindostan” /i, 1849.1.4-6

“Falcon, The” /i, 1863.2.13-14

“Falls of Minnehaha, The” /i/p, 1856.2.173-174

“Falls of Niagara” /i, 1846.1.24-25

“False Alarm, A”, 1845.1.152

“False Pretences”, 1845.2.290

[Fame], 1848.1.121; 1856.2.86

“Familiar Talks” (L. M. Peterselia), 1872.2.134-136

“Family Dog” /p/i, 1866.1.33-36

“Family Men”, 1844.1.111

“Family Pets, the” /i, 1856.1.16-20

“Family, The” /p, 1860.1.171

“Famine in Ireland, The” /i, 1847.2.55-57

“Famous Dogs”, (M.G. Sleeper): "M‘ra, the Star Dog”, 1869.1.26-31; "Sauer, the Dog-King”, 1869.1.75-79; "Hold, Tear, and Quick-Ear”, 1869.1.106-111; "Vige, the DogSoldier”, 1869.1.163-168; "The Dog-Detective”, 1869.2.513-519

“Famous Farm, The” /i, 1856.1.105-111; /i, 1856.2.38-43

[The famous Sir William Jones], 1845.2.243

“Fancy, A”, 1849.1.37; /p (Author of "Lilliput Levee"), 1871.1.122-123

“Fanny and Her Dead Chickens” /i (The Well-Spring), 1858.2.135

“Fanny Gossip and Susan Lazy”, 1841.1.145-148

“'Far Away'--The Bluebird's Song” /s, 1842.1.160

“Farewell” /p, 1852.2.119

“Farewell, for a Time, to Correspondents”, 1842.2.63-64

“Farewell Address of a Young Hawaiian Editor” (Nonanona), 1851.2.61-62

“Farewell to My Village Home” /p, 1862.1.139

“Farewell to the Old Year” /i, 1844.2.186-187

“Farewell to the Swallows” /p (Hood), 1853.2.137

“Farewell to Trenton Falls” /i, 1859.1.147-148

“'Farmer I Will Be, A'” /p/i (Agriculturist), 1863.2.20

“Farmer's Boy, The” /p, 1853.1.95; /p, 1856.2.77

“Farmer's Song, The” /p/i, 1865.1.138

“Farmers' Girls” /p 1854.2.270

“Farm-House Spring, The” /i, 1860.1.97-100

“Farming in India” /i, 1859.1.168-169

“Fascination by Black Snakes”, 1855.2.66-69

“Fashion”, 1849.1.81; /i, 1861.1.14-16

“Fashionable Glossary”, 1845.2.220; 1845.2.230; 1845.2.233

“Fastidious Jenny” (J. E. McConaughy), 1864.2.71

“Fate of Franklin and His Men” /p, 1855.1.6

“Fate of Senacherib, The”, 1852.1.19

“Fate of the Wrens and of 'Orie'” /i, 1856.2.70-75

“Father is Coming” /p (Mary Howitt), 1848.1.51-52

“Father Michel's Will” 1871.1.5-12; 1871.1.57-62; 1871.1.105-110

“Father William” (Southey), 1845.1.50

“Father's Impulse, The”, 1841.2.185

“Faults”, 1864.1.174

“Favored Tenant, A”, 1849.2.115

“Favorite Flowers, The”, 1845.1.16-17

“Fearful Adventure--Almost, A”, 1855.1.54-56

[February] /i, 1844.1.33-34; /i, 1848.1.33-37

“February Sports” /i, 1862.1.33-34

“'Feed My Lambs'” /p/i (Frank), 1862.1.119

“Feed the Birds” /i/p, 1864.1.41

“Feeding the Poultry”, 1843.2.159

“Feeling for Another”, 1841.2.185

“Feelings”, 1845.1.60

“Female Slave, A”, 1843.1.113

“Fenelon” /i, 1845.1.100-101

[Feridoon], 1851.2.76

“Fibby Crispo” /i, 1863.1.43-46

“Fidelity of a Negro Servant”, 1843.1.4

“Field Teachers”, 1842.2.155-157

“Fifer Who Told the Truth, The”, 1855.1.113

“Fifth Commandment, The”, 1861.2.114

“Fig, The” /i, 1847.2.8-9

“Fight with Monkeys” /i, 1867.2.161-163

“Fighting Business, The”, 1841.1.62-63

“Fighting Crickets”, 1843.1.103

“Fighting on Equal Terms”, 1850.2.59

“Figs” /i, 1849.2.26-27

“Filial Affection” /s (E. L. White), 1847.2.64

“Filial Affection of the Chinese”, 1845.1.167

“Filings”, 1865.1.21

“Fill Your Own Place” (Prof. Wilson), 1867.2.79

[filler], 1841.1.148; 1841.2.120; 1842.2.62; 1842.2.96; 1843.1.26; 1844.1.172; 1845.1.84; 1845.1.85; 1845.1.91; 1845.1.99; 1845.1.110; 1845.1.118; 1845.1.135; 1845.1.145; 1845.2.216; 1845.2.228; 1846.1.94; 1846.1.175; 1846.2.26; 1846.2.118; 1847.1.20; 1847.1.44; 1847.1.86; 1847.2.32; 1847.2.49; 1847.2.64; 1847.2.133; 1847.2.149; (Jeremy Taylor), 1847.2.187; (Leighton), 1847.2.187; 1848.1.118; 1848.1.182; 1849.2.144; 1850.2.163; 1851.1.121; 1851.1.147; 1851.1.182; 1851.2.50; 1851.2.138; (Romaine), 1851.2.147; (Morrison), 1851.2.147; (Cowley), 1851.2.147; (Sibbs), 1851.2.151; (Wilson), 1851.2.165; (South), 1851.2.178; 1852.1.57; 1852.1.71; 1852.1.73; 1852.1.108; 1852.1.112; 1852.1.114; 1852.2.10; 1852.2.143; 1852.2.158; 1853.1.62; 1853.1.77; 1853.1.85; 1853.1.143; 1853.2.21; 1853.2.30; 1853.2.49; 1853.2.51; 1853.2.167; 1854.1.16; 1854.1.19; 1854.1.24; 1854.1.28; 1854.1.30; 1854.1.92; 1854.2.309; 1855.1.6; 1855.1.24; (Coleridge), 1855.1.43; 1855.2.48; 1855.2.120; 1856.2.91; 1856.2.92; 1856.2.135; 1856.2.138; 1856.2.174; 1857.1.84; 1857.1.179; 1857.1.182; 1857.1.184; 1857.2.7; 1857.2.43; 1857.2.135; 1858.2.37; 1858.2.76; 1858.2.116; 1858.2.164; 1858.2.168; 1859.1.18; 1859.1.59; 1859.1.90; 1859.1.100; 1859.1.103; 1859.1.136; 1859.1.144; 1859.1.146; 1859.1.152; 1859.1.177; 1859.1.182; 1859.2.12; 1859.2.14; 1859.2.103; 1859.2.134; 1859.2.162; 1860.1.50; 1860.1.83; 1860.1.105; 1860.1.163; 1860.2.6; 1860.2.37; 1860.2.68; 1860.2.78; 1860.2.82; 1861.1.120; 1861.1.142; 1861.1.164; 1861.2.16; 1861.2.47; 1861.2.84; 1861.2.97; 1862.1.141; 1862.2.47; 1862.2.66; 1862.2.80; 1863.1.116; 1863.2.25; 1863.2.165; 1864.1.117; 1864.2.38; 1864.2.46; 1864.2.116; 1864.2.144; 1864.2.164; 1865.1.11; 1865.1.46; 1865.1.86; 1865.1.115; 1865.2.41; 1865.2.44; 1865.2.49; 1865.2.66; 1865.2.85; 1865.2.86; 1865.2.133; 1866.1.23; 1866.1.55; 1866.1.69; 1866.1.134; 1867.1.108; 1867.1.111; 1867.1.145; 1867.2.38; 1867.2.55; 1867.2.69; 1867.2.86; 1867.2.120; (Horace Mann, Thoughts), 1867.2.121

[filler about English history] (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.2.12

[filler about New York], 1861.2.165

[filler from the Koran], 1865.2.79

[filler on abstinence] (Horace Mann, Thoughts), 1867.2.121

[filler on charity], 1867.2.148

[filler on cheerfulness], 1862.2.18

[filler on eccentricity], 1854.2.270

[filler on handwriting], 1867.2.170

[filler on happiness], 1864.1.117

[filler on idleness], 1861.2.97

[filler on laziness], 1864.2.130; 1866.2.34

[filler on lying], 1867.1.82

[filler on truth], 1864.2.130

[filler on women], 1865.2.131

“Fine Example, A”, 1843.1.46

“Fine Example of Honesty”, 1848.2.146

“Fine Picture, A”, 1856.2.117

“Finger-Marks”, 1853.2.111

“Finish Thy Work” /p, 1864.1.53

“Finished Education, A” /i, 1862.1.82-83

“Fin-ished Punster, A”, 1859.1.89

“Finland Mother, The” /i, 1843.1.118-119

“Fire” /i, 1845.2.193-196; (Blue-eyed-Minnie), 1860.2.181

“Fire! Fire!”, 1851.2.87

“Fire-Flies, The” /i, 1849.2.97-99

“Fire-Fly, The” (Frank T. Guernsey), 1867.2.121

“Fire-Proof”, 1860.1.180

“Fire-works at Rome” /i, 1843.2.28

“First and Last Fight, The” (Harry Lake), 1845.2.314-316

“First Animals of Our World” /i, 1860.1.105

“First Attempt at Verse Making” /p, 1853.1.52-53

“First Discoverers of the Northwest Passage” (Aunt Ann), 1857.1.176

“First Experience” /p (Timothy Perry), 1861.2.150

“First Fall of Snow, The” /p, 1858.1.72

“First False Step, The” (Uncle Frank), 1859.1.42-43

“First Falsehood, The” /i (Helen V. Austin), 1861.1.52-54

“First Frost, The” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.2.234

“First Lesson of Cyrus”, 1866.1.133

“First of March, The” /i, 1850.1.65-67

“First Robin of Spring, The” /p (B. P. Shillaber), 1853.1.184

“First Sailor, The” /i, 1843.2.85; /i, 1843.2.92-93

“First Saw-mill, The”, 1853.1.23

“First Slide, The” (Y. B.), 1865.1.106-108

“First Snow” /p (Fannie Benedict), 1870.1.68

“First Snow-Shower, The” /p/i (H. H.), 1864.1.14-15

“First Step to Ruin” /i, 1866.2.140

“First View of the Sea, The” /i (Uncle H.), 1852.2.120-121

“Fish and Flowers” /p/i (Uncle Tim), 1865.2.111

“Fish Story, A” (Nebraska), 1859.1.100

“Fisherman's Boy, The” /p/i, 1872.1.228-229

“Fisherman's Widow, A”, 1843.1.84

“Fishes Playing the Jewsharp”, 1843.1.115-116

“Fishing--A Holiday Rhyme” /p (Adelbert Older), 1862.2.174

“Five Brothers, The”, 1856.2.147

“Five Famous Men”, 1852.1.113-114

“Five Races, The” /i, 1852.1.142-144

“Five Sisters of York, The” (M. B.), 1872.1.44-46

“Five-Dollar Bill, The”, 1844.1.179-182

“Flag of the Free, The” /s (Miss Fanny Crosby), 1866.1.160

“Flag that God Made, The”, 1865.2.140

“Flame” (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.1.270-271

“Flamingoes, The” /i, 1845.1.28-29

“Flat-Heads, The” /i, 1845.1.22

[Flax], 1858.2.78

“Fleta Forrester's Labyrinth”, 1865.2.96

“Fleta Forrester's Puzzle Drawer”, see "Puzzle Drawer"

“Flies and Spiders” /i, 1863.2.173

“Flies” /i, 1852.2.91-92

“Flight of Time, The” /p, 1861.1.72; /p, 1862.2.177

“Floating Gardens of Mexico, The”, 1852.2.82-83

“Flood Which Did Not Happen, The”, 1851.1.56-57

“Flower Girl, The” /p (F.), 1845.2.322

“Flowers” /p, 1842.1.28; 1844.2.162; 1842.2.179-180; /i, 1850.1.97-99; /p (Blue-eyed Minna), 1856.2.15; /p, 1856.2.21; /i/p (H. H.), 1859.1.161; /p, 1864.1.97

“Flowers are Gone, The” /p/i, 1848.2.154

“Flowers of Spring, The”, 1844.1.188; /p (S. W. Lander), 1868.1.152

“Flowers with Wings--Butterflies” /i, 1862.1.175-177

“Flown Away” /i, 1864.1.80

“Fly, The” /i/p, 1852.1.85; /p, 1852.2.43

“Flying Dragon, The” /i, 1842.2.108

“Flying Horse, The; or, Riches and Poverty” /i, 1849.2.15-18

“Flying House, The” (Rev. Arthur Wright), 1870.2.233-235

“Fog-Bell, The” (Charles Barnard), 1872.2.26-34; 1872.2.70-79; 1872.2.106-117; 1872.2.154-163

“Folly of Attempting to Deceive”, 1845.1.18-19

“Folly of War, The”, 1844.2.180

“Font of Stratford” /i, 1850.1.167

“Food of Man, The” (Genesce Far.), 1846.1.54-55

“Foolish Mouse, The” /p (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.112

“Foot-prints in the Snow” /i, 1851.1.23-24

“Foot-Races” /i, 1847.1.190-191

“For Hot Weather”, 1860.1.79

“Force of Education, The” /p, 1851.2.151

“Force of Habit, The”, 1843.1.13

“Force of Truth”, 1843.1.179; 1845.1.168

“Forced into the Right Path”, 1846.2.166

“Forest Animals” /i/p, 1867.2.12-13

“Forest Avenue” /i, 1854.1.189

“Forest Play-ground, The” /i, 1856.2.3-4

“Forger, Bruce, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.2.70-71

“Forget-me-not”, 1853.1.39

“Forgetting Sleep” /i (Rene), 1860.2.86-87

“Forgive Thy Foes” /p, 1846.2.105

“Forgiveness”, 1843.1.44; 1868.1.70

“Forks”, 1861.1.176-177

“Forks and Pins” (Kitty Carroll), 1870.2.179-180

“Fort Gwalior, in India” /i, 1859.1.81

“Fortune-Telling” /i, 1844.2.46-47

Fossil Tree in the Coal Rocks”, 1852.2.175

“Foster Powell” /i, 1849.2.91-92

“Found” /i/p (H. H.), 1857.2.8

“Fountain, The” /p, 1852.1.153

“Fountain of Youth, The” /i, 1845.1.119-120

“Four Bears, The” /i, 1845.2.231-232

“Four Good Habits”, 1853.2.49

“Four Henrys, The”, 1856.1.113-115

“Four Questions”, 1855.1.12

“Four-Horned Sheep, The” /i, 1850.1.95-96

“Four-leaved Shamrock”, 1848.1.60

“Fourth of July Oration, A” /i, 1843.1.138-141

“Fourth of July, The”, 1843.2.31-32; "Seventy-Six” /i/p, 1855.2.13-15; /p/i (H. H.), 1856.2.18; "1866” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.2.1-2

“Fox and Raven, The” /i, 1841.2.119-120; /i, 1864.1.175

“Fox and the Swallows, The” /i, 1864.2.17

“Fox and the Stork, The” /i, 1865.1.54-55

“Fox and the Tortoise, The” /i, 1841.1.43

“Fox and the Grapes, The” /p/i, 1845.2.309

“Fox, The” /i, 1846.2.51-52

“Fox's Revenge, A”, 1852.2.5; 1854.2.292

“Foxy, But True” /i (E. G. S.), 1870.2.162-163

“France” /i, 1843.2.58-59

“Frank and 'Ugly Greedy'” /i, 1865.2.50-51

“Frank Farley” /i (H. H.), 1859.2.98-103

“Frank's Conundrum” /i (Catherine M. Trowbridge), 1866.1.17-21

“Frank's First Day in Boston” (E. O. Kay), 1870.2.33-36

“Frank's First Visit to the City” /i (E. O. Kay), 1869.1.211-215

“Frank's Morning Lesson” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.1.55

“Frankincense” /i, 1849.1.78

“Franklin's First Appearance in an English Printing-Office”, 1859.2.72

“Franklin's Mode of Lending Money”, 1859.2.38

“Franklin's Toast”, 1849.2.41-42

[Franklin], 1848.2.75; (Lutheran Observer), 1853.2.28; 1854.1.134

“Frankness”, 1857.1.170

“Fraternal Affection”, 1847.1.51-52

“Fred's Visit to the Country” /i (Mary W. Stanley Gibson), 1856.1.39-41

“Freddy's Prayer” /i, 1863.2.69

“Frederic and His Rabbits” /i, 1862.2.133

“Frederick II” /i, 1844.2.16-21

“Frederick II. and Gen. Ziethen”, 1852.2.62

“Frederick the Great”, 1844.1.123; 1845.2.361; 1848.2.88

“Freedom for All--Birds” (G. H. N.), 1856.2.21-22

“Freeing the Birds” /i, 1866.2.148-149

“French Assignat, The” /i, 1850.1.105-107

“French Extortion”, 1845.2.273

“French Hawker, A”, 1845.2.282

“French Merino Sheep” /i, 1852.2.81-82

“French Officer and His Mastiff, The”, 1844.2.183

“'Fresh Flowers'”, 1842.1.162-164

“Fresh Water”, 1844.1.19

“Fresh-blown Flowers in Winter” (Scientific American), 1864.2.170

“Friction Matches”, 1848.2.100

“Friend and Foe” /p (Schiller), 1855.2.132

“Friend Hatchet's Enigma” /p (Hiram Hatchet), 1854.2.232-234

“Friendly Talk with the Young Folks, A” (Cousin M.), 1857.1.81-83

“Friends” /p, 1851.2.115

“Friendship” /p, 1845.2.298; /i, 1846.1.46; /p, 1848.2.179

“Frightful Death by a Lion”, 1857.2.49

“Frog, The”, 1847.2.150; /i, 1866.2.19-20

“Frog and the Snake, The” (G. W. Bungay), 1866.2.132

“Frogs” /i, 1842.2.49-50; /i, 1851.1.85

“Frogs Petitioning Jupiter for a King” /i, 1864.1.13-14

“Frolic in the Snow, The” /p/i, 1861.1.22

“Frolic in the Parlor, A” /i, 1856.1.161-162

“Fruits of Industry”, 1842.1.68

“Fun”, 1861.2.18

“Furs and Feathers” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.1.95-97

“Further Acquisitions” /p (Timothy Perry), 1861.2.150

“Future President, The” /i (Youth's Temperance Banner), 1867.1.106-108


[G.W. Bentley], 1857.1.105

“Gall Insects” /i, 1842.2.140

“Gallantry in a Dog”, 1843.2.11-12

“Galley Slave, The” /i, 1852.1.65-70; 1852.1.130-138

“Galvanism”, 1847.2.102

“Game for Young People, A”, 1859.2.12

“Games for All” /i (Kruna), 1865.2.54-56

“Garden, The” /i, 1858.2.110-111; /p/i (Laurel), 1863.1.180

“Garden of Eden”, 1852.1.93

“Garden Pleasures” /i, 1861.1.138

Gardening for Ladies”, 1863.2.146

“Gas--How Made”, 1853.1.33

“Gassendi” /i, 1846.1.59; /i, 1847.2.154-155

“Gathering, The” /s, 1864.1.160

“Gathering Apples” /i (L. E.), 1863.2.136-138

“Gaza” /i, 1842.2.29

“Gazelle, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.2.115

“Gazelles and Gazelle-Hunters” /i (Uncle Frank), 1857.1.106-107

“General Avezzana” /i, 1852.1.54-56

[General Fessenden], 1851.1.34

“General Lafayette” /i, 1845.1.23-24

“General Schuyler and His Invisible Armor”, 1866.1.163

“General Wayne” /i, 1850.2.179-180

[Generosity], 1844.1.152

“Generosity of a Sailor” (Mackenzie), 1846.2.158

“Generosity Rewarded” /i (Aunt Sue), 1856.1.21-24; /i (May Fullerton), 1857.1.1215

“Generous Revenge”, 1844.2.153

“Geneva”, 1853.1.79-81

“Genghis Khan” /i, 1846.1.81-82

“Genius”, 1854.1.189

“Genius and Labor”, 1859.2.154; 1861.2.77; 1865.1.183

“Genius Defined”, 1863.2.115

“Genral Houston” /i, 1855.1.104

[Gentility], 1855.1.43

“Gentle Rebuke”, 1849.1.178

“Gentle Words--Loving Smiles” /p, 1853.1.18

“Gentle Words” /p, 1853.1.121; /p/i (Mattie Bell), 1858.2.101

“Gentleman in America, A”, 1843.1.167-168

[gentlemen], 1844.2.185

“Geographical”, 1856.2.56

[geographical filler], 1844.2.68

“Geographical Sketches": Switzerland, 1867.1.86; Germany, 1867.1.105; France, 1867.1.150; Portugal, 1867.1.183; Holland, 1867.2.55

“Geography” /i, 1843.1.170-172

“Geography and Astronomy” /p, 1857.2.133

“Geology--Elements of Soils”, 1852.1.30-31

“Geordie and the Sick Dog”, 1841.2.153-156

“George III”, 1843.1.112

“George IV and Lord Roden”, 1843.2.56

“George and Minnie” /i, 1860.2.169-170

“George Stephenson, the Engineer” /i (Cousin Mary), 1868.1.153-156

“George Washington”, 1843.2.35; /p (Infanta), 1851.1.30

“George's Experiment” /i, 1850.1.7-9

“Gerbert, the Magician, Who Became Pope”, 1848.1.92-94

“Germans, The”, 1853.1.81

“Getting Overboard” /i, 1857.1.113-116

“Giant in the Path, The” (Sarah P. Brigham), 1871.2.33-38

“Giant Trees” /i, 1862.1.109-111

“Giants and Pigmies” /i, 1853.2.18

“Gibraltar in January”, 1853.2.144

“Gigantic Moth, A”, 1845.1.171

“Gilbert Go-ahead in Trouble”, see "Adventures of Gilbert Go-ahead"

“Gilbert Go-ahead Returned”, see "Adventures of Gilbert Go-ahead"

“Giotto, the Shepherd-Boy and Painter” /i, 1853.1.37-39

“Gipsies” /i, 1856.1.73-74

“Giraffe, The, or Camelopard” /i, 1843.2.25; /i, 1853.2.109-111; /i, 1859.2.147; /i, 1865.2.168; /i (Rev. J. G. Wood), 1871.2.115-121

“Girard College, Philadelphia” /i, 1849.2.172-173

“Girl and Hoop” /i/p, 1859.2.82

“Girl and Kitten, The” /p/i, 1842.1.188

“Girlhood” /p, 1854.1.149

“Girls”, 1864.2.42

“Girls! Help Your Mother”, 1864.1.117

“Give as You Would Take” /p (Nursery Songs of Scotland), 1862.1.174

“Giving a Party to a Tombstone” /i (Fleta F.), 1862.1.65-68

“Giving a Tiger a Pinch of Snuff”, 1855.1.4

“Glaciers of the Alps,The” /i, 1859.1.14-15; /i, 1859.1.36-37

“Gladiators, The” /i, 1854.1.35-36

“Glass”, 1850.1.138; 1853.2.174

“Glass House, A”, 1866.2.100

“Gleaner, The” /p, 1843.1.60

“Gleanings in Useful Knowledge”, 1852.2.151-152

“Glen Nook” /i, 1857.1.163-165

“Glorious Times for Ladies”, 1850.1.138

“Gloves”, 1857.2.81

“Glow-Worm, The” /i (Fletcher), 1849.1.141

“Gnat, The”, 1847.2.133

“Gnoo, The” /i, 1843.1.149

“Go Ahead” /p (Buckeye Boy), 1859.1.21

“Go Ahead!” /p, 1860.2.48

“'Go Forward!'” /p, 1862.2.138

“'Go Halves'” (E. A. P.), 1862.2.10

“'Go-Ahead' and the 'Flying Dutchman'” 1864.1.8-12; 1864.1.34-38; 1864.1.66-70; 1864.1.98-100; 1864.1.133-135; 1864.1.162-164; 1864.2.9-12; 1864.2.34-36; 1864.2.66-68; 1864.2.102-107; 1864.2.166-170; 1864.2.131-135

“Goats and the Morning Ride, The” /i, 1846.2.74-75

“Goblin, The” /i, 1848.1.140-141

“God Bless the Mariner” /p, 1848.1.37

“God Bless You!” /p, 1860.1.35

“'God Bless You, Little Fellow'”, 1861.1.105

“God has Made All” /i/p, 1867.2.1

“God in Little Things”, 1859.2.76

“God in the Storm” /p, 1845.1.180

“God Sees Everywhere”, 1843.1.135

“God's Promises”, 1864.1.15

“Goerge and His Dog” /p (Flowers for Children), 1849.1.165-166

“Goethe--His Birth-Place”, 1858.1.185

[Goethe], 1865.1.66

“Goethe's House” /i, 1850.1.167

“Going Alone” /i, 1845.1.36

“Going for the Letters” /i, 1871.1.161-165

“Going to Meeting in Old Times” /i (J. J.), 1848.2.152-154

“Going to School” /i, 1843.2.92; /p (R.P.), 1856.1.112; /i, 1856.1.131-133

“Going to Seek Their Fortune” /i (Mrs. J. E. McConaughy), 1866.1.144-145

“Gold”, 1860.1.110

“Gold Nugget, The”, 1867.1.38

“Golden Eagle, The” /i, 1854.1.77-79

“Golden-Eyed Pansy” (H. H. W.), 1868.2.316-319

“Golden-Rod, The” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1871.2.235

“Golden Rule, The” /i (Daisy Wildwood), 1861.1.44-45

“Golden Spike!, The” /p (F. V. Bulfinch), 1869.2.461

“Golden Star, The”, 1864.2.77-79

“Golden Thought, A”, 1852.2.87

“Golden-winged Woodpecker, The”, 1845.2.240

“Goldfinch, The” /s, 1844.1.160

“Goldsmith” /i, 1848.1.38-39

“Goldsmith's Deserted Village” /i/p, 1859.1.12-13

“Gone--All Gone!” /p (Fleta Forrester), 1858.1.116

“Gone Before: W. F. O. and H. A. D.” /p (Pertine), 1865.1.4

“Good”, 1841.2.186; 1842.1.188

“Good Advice”, 1848.1.12; 1850.1.156; 1861.2.73

“Good Advice, But Rather Late”, 1851.1.79

“Good Advice to Young Men”, 1867.1.136

“Good and Evil” /p, 1843.1.88

“Good Answer, A”, 1866.1.186

“Good are Beautiful, The” (Arthur's Magazine), 1856.2.150

“Good at Guessing”, 1863.2.12

“Good Breeding”, 1845.2.283

“Good Charlotte” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.2.74-76

“Good Dog, A” /p/i (Laurel), 1863.2.52

“Good Dog and Bad Boy, The”, 1856.2.92

“Good for Evil”, 1843.1.44

“Good For Somthing After All”, 1857.2.172

“Good Grandfather, The” /i, 1852.1.118

“Good Little Arthur” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.49

“Good Little Emma” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.174

“Good Little Fred” /i, 1845.1.112

“Good Luck”, 1863.2.142

“Good Man's Wish, A”, 1863.2.151

“Good Manners”, 1845.2.290; 1853.2.51

“Good Measure”, 1842.2.127

“Good Neighborhood”, 1845.2.273; 1845.2.374

“Good Night” /p (Peter Parley), 1848.2.124; /p, 1852.2.168; /p/i, 1856.1.53; /p (Myra J. Glover), 1864.1.76; /p, 1865.1.115

“'Good Night, Mother'” /i, 1851.2.161-164

“Good Old Plow, The” /p, 1856.2.92

“Good Old Times” /i (Sophie May), 1861.2.130-133

“Good Recommendation, A” (National Intelligencer), 1855.2.86-87

“Good Reply, A”, 1841.1.187

“Good Resolutions” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.179-182

“Good Rule, A” /p, 1851.2.105; 1855.1.113; 1863.1.149

“Good Saying, A”, 1845.1.112

“Good Seed” /p, 1852.1.147

“Good Sermon, A” /p (Marsden), 1849.1.104

“Good Temper, A”, 1845.2.207; 1859.2.165; 1861.1.75

“Good Test, A”, 1867.2.11

“Good Word Not Lost, A” /i, 1871.1.139-140

“Good-By to 1845” /s, 1845.2.380

“Good-by to Winter” /s, 1845.1.96

“Good-Bye” /p, 1866.1.24

“Good-Bye and How-D'-Ye-Do” /p (W. R. Spencer), 1863.2.118

[Good-Nature], 1864.1.55

“Goose Story, A” /i, 1853.2.17

“Goose's Reason, A” /p, 1847.2.125

“Gopher, or Salamander, The”, 1858.1.150-151

“Gossamer Spider, The” /i, 1864.2.86

“Gossamer Veil, A”, 1846.1.138

“Gothic Architecture” /i, 1841.2.177-178

“Govern Your Temper” (Aunt Sue), 1860.1.38-42; 1860.1.68-72

“Grace”, 1845.2.354; 1849.2.39

“Grace Osborne” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.1.134-135

“Gradual Scale, The” /p, 1848.1.72

“Gramen and Grammar” (H. H.), 1865.1.104

“Grammatical Construction”, 1854.1.156

“Grammatical Witticism”, 1844.2.13

“Grand Mufti, The” (Tracy Towne), 1866.1.111-113

“Grand Ratification Meeting of the Boys and Girls”, 1848.2.33

“Grandfather's Christmas Story” (C. H.), 1855.2.171-174

“Grandfather's Story” (E. H. P.), 1872.2.83-84

“Grandma's House” /i (Ellen), 1851.1.18-19

“Grandma's Piece-Bag” /i (Hildegarde), 1866.2.75-76

“Grandma's Room” (Laura D. Nichols), 1872.2.201-204

“Grandmother's Childhood” /p (Ellis Gray), 1872.2.180-181

“Grandmother's Scholar” /p, 1844.2.62-63

“Grandmother's Specs” /i, 1868.1.21-24

“Grandmother's Star”, 1861.2.106

“Grasses” /i, 1850.1.139-141

“Grasshopper and the Ant, The” /p, 1846.2.82

“Grasshoppers”, 1853.2.12

“Grateful Bonze, The”, 1846.2.7

“Grateful Dog, The” (Anna), 1856.1.117-118

Grateful Indian, The” /i (Martha G.), 1862.2.33-35

“Gratias the Caterpillar” /i (A. W. H.), 1857.2.97-100

[Gratitude], 1845.1.137; /p (Peter Parley), 1848.2.124

“Gratitude of an Emperor”, 1849.1.9

“Gray's Elegy” /p/i, 1855.2.70-72

[The great ant-eater], 1845.1.113

“Great Bridge”, 1848.2.23

“Great Britain”, 1849.1.92-93

“Great Bustard” /i, 1842.1.62

“Great Chinese Philosopher, The” /i, 1859.1.40-41

“Great Chinese Puzzle, The”, 1853.2.81-85

“Great Crater in the Moon, The”, 1847.2.157-158

“Great Exhibition at London, The” /i, 1851.2.38-41

“Great Fire of London, The” /i, 1848.2.143-145

“Great Horned Owl, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.2.65-66

“Great John Smith, The” /i, 1862.1.112-115

“Great Metropolis, The” /i, 1855.2.178-183

“Great Northern Diver, or Loon, The” /i, 1841.1.71-73

“Great Results from Small Causes”, 1847.1.60-61

“Great Services”, 1860.2.44

“Great Soul Better than Great Fists, A”, 1855.1.21

“Great Talkers”, 1846.1.67

“Great Trees” /i, 1845.1.54

“Great Truths in Little Words” (Leila Lee), 1863.1.184

“Great Wall of China, The” /i, 1845.1.15-16

“Great Western Fair at St. Louis, The” /i, 1859.2.152-154

“Greatest Ass in Venice, The”, 1850.1.152

“Greedy Fox, The” /s, 1846.2.188

“Greedy Robin” /p (B. I. C. P.), 1846.2.145

“Greedy Snails, The”, 1866.2.58

“Green”, 1843.2.106

“Green Bay Fly, The” (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.151-152

“Green Vault” (M. B.), 1870.2.39-40

“Greenwich Hospital” /i, 1855.2.97-99

“Greyhound, The” /i, 1865.1.146

“Grizzle” /i (H. R. Hudson), 1870.1.97-100

“Grongar Hill” /p (John Dyer), 1845.1.170

“Groom and the Horse, The” /i, 1841.1.23

“Grotto of Antiparos” /i, 1848.2.174-175

“Grotto of Jason, The” /i, 1858.1.15

“Growler” /p (Eula Lee), 1866.2.153-154

“Growler, Mrs. Cluck, and the Crab” /i, 1851.1.183-185

“'Growler' Again” (Minnie), 1852.2.166-168

“Growler and Stub-Toes” /i, 1866.2.111

“Growth of Our American Cities”, 1848.2.179

“Guana Lizard, The” /i, 1850.2.155-156

“Guess What!” (Meta Lander), 1858.2.18-19

“Guilt Weighed by Conscience” (James), 1848.2.151

“Gunpowder”, 1855.2.51-52

“Gushing Fountain, The” /p/i (Frank), 1862.1.74

“Guy Fawkes; or, the Gunpowder Plot”, 1845.1.88-90

“Guy Fawkes” /i, 1848.2.38-41

“Gypsies, The”, 1847.2.170-171; /i, 1850.1.74-76


“Habit”, 1841.2.73

“Habits Which Concern Ourselves”, 1841.2.117-118

“Habits Which Concern Others” (English Magazine), 1841.2.173-175

“Hagar and Ishmael” /p, 1849.1.56

“Hair-Breadth Escape, A” /i, 1858.2.74

“Half a Loaf”, 1847.2.10-11

“Half a Minute Too Late!” /i, 1848.2.16

“Half of the Profits”, 1847.1.8-9

“Hand Organ Business, The”, 1849.2.41

“Hand, The”, 1841.2.184-185

“Hand-Post, The” /p (Jane Taylor), 1847.2.150

“Handsome is as Handsome does”, 1845.1.2-7

“Handsome is That Handsome Does”, 1843.1.192; /i (Aunt Sue), 1855.2.104-107; /i (Eula Lee), 1864.2.114-115

“Hannibal Crossing the Alps” /i, 1843.2.157-158

“Happiness” /s, 1844.2.32; 1845.2.341-342; 1859.1.139; 1857.1.26; (May Fullerton), 1857.2.83-84; /p (Lucy), 1865.1.102

“Happiness of Being Employed”, 1855.2.149

“Happy Children, The” /i, 1867.1.65

“Happy Choice, The” /i (Mrs. C. H. Gildersleeve), 1861.1.166-170

“Happy Christmas, The” (Clara), 1853.2.177-178; /i, 1861.1.73-75

“Happy Combination”, 1860.2.54

“Happy Epithet”, 1854.2.356

“Happy Family, A” /i (Laura Elmer), 1860.2.145-147

“Happy Home, The” /s, 1862.1.32

“Happy New Year to the Children, A” /p (Annie), 1866.1.36

“Happy Song, The” /s (Mrs. Lydia Baxter), 1863.1.32

“Hard Arguments”, 1848.2.142

“Hard Drinker, A” /i/p, 1861.1.43

“Hard to Choose”, 1857.2.20

“Hardy Jones' Talisman” /i (Cousin Hannah), 1860.1.7-10

“Hare and the Rabbit, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1861.1.37-38

“Harper's Story, The” /i (Jolly Jingle), 1867.1.132-135

“Harrow, The” /i, 1843.1.192

“Harry and His Dog” /i (Pearl Peveril), 1866.1.164-168

“Harry Clifford's Wood-Ramble” (Jacapa), 1845.2.215-216

“Harry Hatchet's Dog” /i (Cousin Hannah), 1857.1.102-104; (Aunt Mattie), 1857.2.143

“Harry Know-Nothing” /i, 1856.1.8-9

“Harry's Fortune” /i (Mrs. George Washington Wyllys), 1867.1.49-52

“Harry's Lesson” /i, 1865.1.103-104

“Harry's Twilight Thoughts” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.1.113-114

“Hart and the Water-Brooks, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1865.2.132-133

“Harvest, The” /i, 1857.2.133; /p/i, 1860.2.115; /p/i, 1863.2.149

“Harvest-Mouse and Her Cradle” (J. E. McC.), 1866.2.110

“Harvest-Time” /p (S. W. Lander), 1872.2.237

“Has a Dog Wings?”, 1841.1.127

“Hassan the Wise” (Eastern Tales), 1852.2.89-90

“Haste Not! Rest Not!” /p, 1863.1.179

“Haunted Bell, The” /i (Uncle Tim), 1864.2.138-142

“Haunted House, The” /i (Aunt Sue), 1861.2.171-173; (Anna M.L. Moseley), 1872.2.168171

“Haunts of Wild Beasts, The” /i (C. A. Stephens), 1871.2.53-57

“Having a Good Time” /i, 1843.2.16-18

“Hawking” /i, 1848.1.188

“Hawking Party” /i, 1855.1.73

“Hawthorn Blossoms” (Mrs. J. E. McConaughy), 1866.2.22-25; 1866.2.41-44; 1866.2.65- 1868; 1866.2.97-100; 1866.2.133-135; 1866.2.161-163; 1867.1.15-17; 1867.1.33-36; 1867.1.75-77; 1867.1.113-115; 1867.1.139-141; 1867.1.169-171

“Hay-Making” /i, 1842.2.8; /i, 1843.1.189

“'He Couldn't Look Me in the Eye'”, 1861.1.68

“He Knows the Rest”, 1863.2.7

[Health and appetite], 1858.1.168

“Heart, The”, 1841.2.134

“Heart Compensations” /p, 1862.2.18

“Heart's Ease” /s/i (Marian Douglas), 1871.1.99-100

“Heat Faster than Cold”, 1860.2.181

“Heath-Hen, The” /i, 1845.1.111

“Heathen Idols”, 1843.1.46

“Heathen Mythology” /i, 1843.1.142-147

“Heavenly Prize, The” /p, 1861.1.69

“Heidelberg” /i, 1852.1.178-180

“Help One Another” /i, 1866.1.15

“Help Your Mother” (Morning Star), 1864.1.53

“Help Yourselves” (William M. Thayer), 1870.2.184

“Helping to Build Nests” /i, 1862.1.184-185

“Hen Convention, The” /i, 1851.1.72-75; 1854.1.81-82

“Henry IV, King of France”, 1842.1.71

“Hens” /i, 1849.1.47

“Hercules” /i, 1848.1.166-169

“Hercules Beetle, The” /i, 1850.1.130-131

“Herodotus”, 1853.1.85

“Heroic Boy, A”, 1855.1.16-17

“Heroine, A”, 1859.2.14

“Herons and Rooks”, 1844.1.24

“Herons and the Herrings” /i/p (Francis C. Woodworth), 1858.1.184

“Herr Winter” /i (P. A. B.), 1859.1.53

“Herschel the Astronomer” /i, 1842.1.107

“Hettie Vincent's Favorites” /i (Melnotte), 1861.1.135-137

[Hiawatha] /i, 1856.1.118

“Hieroglyphical Enigmas”, 1855.1.64

“Hieroglyphical Rebuses”, 1855.1.96; 1855.1.128; 1855.1.192; 1855.2.32; 1855.2.64; 1855.2.160; 1855.2.188; (Aunt Sue), 1860.1.32

“High Steam”, 1860.1.122

“Highest Peak of the Rocky Mountains, The”, 1846.1.47-48

“Highland Heroine, The”, 1852.1.171

“Highland Names”, 1857.2.81

“Highlands, The” /i, 1855.1.7-10

“Highwayman and Sailor”, 1843.2.84

“Hindoo Compliment”, 1854.1.164

“Hindoo Jugglers” /i, 1849.1.41-43

“Hindoo Penance”, 1853.2.116

“Hindoo Wit”, 1861.1.42

“Hindostan” /i, 1843.2.33-34

“Hint, A”, 1845.1.56

“Hint for the Boys, A”, 1853.2.95

“Hint to Pride”, 1849.1.140

“Hint to War-Makers, A”, 1848.2.59-60

“Hints of Spring” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.1.123

“Hippopotamus, The”, 1842.2.107-108; /i, 1861.2.80

“Hippopotamus Hunting” /i (Nordhoff's "Whaling and Fishing"), 1857.1.136138

“Hiram Powers” /i, 1860.1.76-77

Historical Anecdote, 1844.1.24; 1844.1.123; 1845.1.135; 1847.1.103; 1847.1.121; 1847.1.138; 1847.2.10; 1850.1.54; 1850.1.73

“Historical Enigma” /p (E. R.), 1862.1.116

“Historical Examples of Patience”, 1849.1.139-140

[historical filler], 1843.1.64

“History” (Coleridge), 1845.2.280

“History of a Family Clock, The”, 1853.1.114-115

“History of a Flower, The” (C. G.), 1855.2.24-25

“History of a Gold Dollar” (H. C. S. B.), 1857.1.183-184

“History of a Gold Dollar”, 1858.1.143-144

“History of Ancient Rome” 1845.2.241-243; 1845.2.263-267; 1845.2.298-301; 1845.2.331334

“History of Little Muck, The” /i, 1853.1.19-21; 1853.1.64-65; 1853.1.86-87; 1853.1.176179

“History of the American Flag”, 1855.2.82-84

“Hogarth's Red Sea”, 1852.2.107

“Hogg's Father”, 1841.1.102

“Hold On”, 1860.2.153

“Holiday Lessons” /i (Eula Lee), 1867.2.18-21; (Eula Lee), 1867.2.73-74

“Holiday Luck” /i (Sarah Conant), 1872.1.149-153

“Holiday Scenes in Paris”, 1850.1.69-73; 1850.1.107-112

“Holidays at Uncle Hiram's”, 1855.1.48-52; 1855.1.75-79; 1855.1.145-148; 1855.1.175177; 1855.2.8-12

“Hollywood”, 1869.1.34-41; 1869.1.88-92; 1869.1.228-231; 1869.1.270-275; 1869.2.312-316; 1869.2.363-369; 1869.2.417-424

“Home” /p, 1859.1.116

“'Home, Sweet Home'” (Oliver Onley), 1859.2.87

“Home-Life in the Animal World” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.1.77-78

“Home!”, 1866.2.80

“Home Influence”, 1865.2.168

“Home of the Friendless, The” /i, 1857.1.84

“Home of the Dead, The”, 1848.2.53-54

“Home Society, The”, 1862.1.167-169; 1862.2.52-55; 1862.2.75-80; 1862.2.97-100; 1863.1.710; 1863.1.33-37; 1863.1.65-68; 1863.1.97-101; 1863.1.133-136; 1863.1.162-166; 1863.2.8-12

“Homeless Joe” (Eula Lee), 1866.1.104-106

“Homer Hendee” (Cornelius M. Gibbs), 1859.2.88-89

“Homesick” (Elsie Gorham), 1872.1.141-145

“Honest Beggar, An”, 1849.1.120

“Honest Boy, An”, 1857.2.173

“Honest Man, An”, 1848.2.11

“Honest Sailor, The”, 1851.1.102

“Honest Simplicity” /p (Aunt Sue), 1855.2.149

“Honest Tar”, 1843.2.18

“Honesty”, 1845.1.115; 1845.2.326; 1848.2.87; 1851.2.19; (N. O. Picayune), 1850.2.58-59

“Honesty is the Best Policy” (C. A. C.), 1856.1.85-87

“Honesty of a Moravian”, 1846.2.178-179

“Honesty the Best Policy”, 1843.1.45-46

“Honey-Comb”, 1849.1.167-168

“Honey Moon”, 1842.2.160

“Honey Thief, The” /i, 1851.2.137-138

“Honor”, 1845.2.295

“Honorable Satisfaction”, 1850.1.157

“Hood's Poetic Puns” /p, 1865.2.85

“Hook or Crook”, 1850.1.131

“Hoop, The; or, Look Ere You Leap” /i, 1843.1.188-189

“Hoop, The” /i, 1849.2.25-26

“Hoopoe, The” /i, 1849.2.119; /i, 1859.2.53

“Hoops” /p/i, 1856.2.37

“Hop's Melody for the Young Ones” /s, 1846.2.32

“Hope” /s, 1843.1.31-32; /p, 1846.2.145; /p, 1858.1.107; 1859.1.139; /p (Mattie Bell), 1861.2.129

“Hope and Courage”, 1864.1.41

“Hope Departed” /s, 1845.2.256; /p, 1848.2.139

“Hopes and Fears” (Miss Bremer), 1852.2.112-117

“Hops and Beans” (Old Major, The), 1859.1.184

“Hormisdas”, 1851.2.85-86

“Horn, or Trumpet, The” /i, 1862.1.134-135

“Horned Frog, The” /i (Francis Woodworth and G. C.), 1859.2.67-69

“Horned Owl, The” (Aunt Ann), 1859.1.116

“Horse, The” /p (Dryden's Virgil), 1847.1.76; /p (Dryden's Virgil), 1847.2.11; /i, 1854.2.249-251; /i, 1854.2.276-282; /p/i, 1856.2.36

Horse and the Bells, The” /i, 1841.1.178

“Horse Stung to Death by Bees, A”, 1844.1.188

[Horses], 1867.2.111

“Horse-Shoe Nail, The”, 1866.1.110

“Hospitality”, 1845.2.263

“Hot Coals” (Rev. Dr. Newton), 1865.1.139-141

“Hot Cockles” /i, 1849.2.46-47

“Hot Water”, 1844.2.162

“Hour a Day, An” (J. E. L.), 1865.1.142

“Hour of Prayer, The” /p/i (Mrs. Hemans), 1853.2.186

“Hours, The” /p (W. C. Bryant), 1852.2.106-107

“House of Dr. Johnson” /i, 1855.1.72-73

“House of Our Childhood, The” /i, 1843.2.158-159

“House-Building”, 1842.1.173-175

“Household 'Good-night,' The”, 1856.2.174

“Houses a Mile High” (Olive Thorne), 1871.1.94-95

“How a Boy Took a Flight”, 1855.2.115-116

“How a Child May be Useful” /i, 1859.2.180-181

“How a Good Dinner was Lost” /i (Fannie Benedict), 1871.1.249-253

“How Apes Catch Crabs, and Crabs Catch Apes”, 1856.1.151-153

“How Aunt Betsey's Eyes Were Opened” (Aunt Sue), 1859.2.5-10; 1859.2.41-45

“How Charley Ran Away” /i (F. Cheseboro), 1871.2.5-12

“How Edward Sharp Got Cured of His Faults”, 1852.1.33-34

“How Harry Made a House for His Dog” (Pearl Peveril), 1866.2.25-28

“How Indigo is Prepared”, 1852.2.80

“How It May be Done”, 1865.2.51

“How Johnny Became a Newsboy” /i (F. Cheseboro), 1869.2.304-312

“How Little May Helped the Birdies” /i, 1866.1.77-78

“How Maggie Paid the Rent” /i, 1871.1.153-155

“How Rene Paid the Pew Rent” (Anna M. Moseley), 1871.2.230-235

“How Rough Won His Medals” /i, 1867.2.113-119

“How Sweetie's 'Ship Came In'” /i (Margaret Field), 1871.1.30-36

How the Boston Boys Talk” /p (Oliver Onley), 1859.1.52

“How the Little Home was Brightened” /i (Mrs. J. E. McConaughy), 1866.2.115-116

“How the Pedler Got Back His Nightcaps” /i, 1872.1.10-11

“How the Street-Sweeper Became a Minister” /i, 1866.2.33-34

“How They Make Scissors”, 1853.1.87-88

“How to Be a Man”, 1855.2.149

“How to Be Beautiful” (George W. Bungay), 1866.2.17-19

“How to Be Contented” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.183-184

“How to Blow a Bubble” /i, 1871.2.74-78

“How to Do It” (C. C. Coffin), 1864.2.82-85

“How to Get Letters Free”, 1844.1.122

“How to Get Rich” (Mrs. Barbauld), 1861.1.108

“How to Live Long”, 1862.1.142-143; 1862.2.13-14

“How to Make Boys Talk”, 1854.1.189

“How to Preserve Apples”, 1849.2.24

“How to Remember” /i (Willy Wisp), 1870.1.77-82

“How to Save Time and Trouble” /p, 1865.1.142

“How to Settle a Dispute without Pistols”, 1842.1.26-27

“How to Shake Off Trouble”, 1841.2.185

“How to Sleep in Snow”, 1841.1.62

“How to Write a Letter” (L.J.C.), 1869.1.79-83; 1869.1.122-125

“How Tommy Coale Became a Character” (Mary G. Darling), 1871.2.62-67; 1871.2.121127

“Hudson River Institute” /i, 1856.2.35-36

“Huge Wine-Cellars”, 1851.2.62

“Human Frame Likened to a House” /p, 1841.1.18

“Humane Driver Rewarded”, 1845.2.308

“Humble-Bee, The” /i, 1847.2.60

“Humboldt and the Table Rappers”, 1857.1.116

“Humiliating Lesson”, 1851.2.87

“Humility” /p (Montgomery), 1845.1.52; /p (Montgomery), 1851.2.84

“Humming-Bird's Nest, The” /p (F.), 1845.2.267-268

“Humming-Birds, The” /i, 1841.1.167-168

“Humor”, 1841.1.127

[humorous anecdote], 1846.2.107; 1848.1.106; 1850.2.178; 1850.2.29; 1857.1.15; 1850.1.79; 1851.1.52

[humorous filler], 1851.1.37; 1851.1.137; 1851.1.182; 1855.1.45; 1855.2.50; 1865.2.22; 1850.2.125

[humorous illustration] /i, 1850.1.136

“Hunchback, the Cripple”, 1853.2.47-48

“Hungarian Manners”, 1845.1.145-146

“Hungary” /i, 1850.2.86-95

“Hunter and His Bow, The”, 1866.1.86

“Hunter's Cabin, The” /p/i (H. H.), 1856.2.161-162

“Hunter's Escape, The” (Edward W. Davison), 1861.2.78-79

“Hunting Adventure, A” /i, 1871.1.272-274

“Hunting Deer in the Highlands” (Youth's Companion), 1855.1.36

“Hunting Leopard, The” /i, 1844.2.41-42

“Hunting Shells” /i, 1867.2.47-48

“Hunting Wild Animals in Africa” /i, 1841.1.111-116

“Hunting Wild Ducks”, 1853.1.119

“Husking Corn” /i, 1853.2.97-99

“Husking the Corn” /i, 1844.1.42-43

“Hyacinth, The”, 1854.1.50-51

“Hyena Committing Suicide, The” /i, 1858.2.70-71

“Hyena, The”, 1841.2.84; /i, 1849.1.71

“Hylas, The” /p (Celia Thaxter), 1868.1.147

“Hymn for the New Year” /s, 1842.1.32

“Hymn” /s, 1841.1.160; /p, 1841.2.50; /p, 1844.2.127


“I am the Family Cat” /p/i (Kruna), 1865.2.129-131

“'I am Weary'” /p (Myrta), 1860.2.76

“'I Can't' Family, The” /i, 1857.1.139-140

“'I Can't'” /i, 1867.2.171-172

“I Didn't Think” /i (Rev. William M. Thayer), 1866.2.79-80

“'I Don't Know Any Good of Him'” (Old Major, The), 1859.2.110-111

“I Don't Like to See Boys Throwing Stones”, 1853.2.45-46

“I Don't See Why”, 1841.2.120

“I Don't Want to Go!”, 1844.1.149

“I Dreamt that I Dwelt” /p/i, 1855.2.144

“I Forgot”, 1848.1.70

“'I Like to Beat'” /i, 1847.1.65-66

“I Love a Laugh” /p, 1858.2.164

“I Love Them All” /p (Mattie Bell), 1859.1.101

“I Love to Weep, I Know Not Why” /p (P. P.), 1851.1.126

“'I Mark Only the Hours that Shine'”, 1858.1.132; 1859.2.15

“'I Must Go'”, 1859.2.89

“'I Must Go Home'”, 1867.1.104

“I Must Hasten Home” /p/i, 1856.2.10

“I Ought to Love My Mother” /s, 1859.2.96

“I See a Man” /p, 1849.1.37

“I Wandered by the Brook-side” /p, 1848.1.121

“'I Want to Be an Angel'” /s, 1858.2.21

“'I Will!'”, 1853.1.10

“'I Will Not Tell a Lie'”, 1867.1.182

“I Wish and I Will” (Sunday School Advocate), 1855.1.130; 1857.2.84

“I'm Not Too Young for God to See” /i/p, 1864.2.107

“I'm Too Busy”, 1848.2.75-76

“'I'm Too Little'”, 1863.2.117

“I've a Little Darling Sister” /s, 1867.1.128

“I've Lost My Way” /p (Peter Parley), 1848.2.115

“Ibex, The” /i, 1852.1.26-27

“Ibis, The” /i, 1851.2.77

“Ice-Bells” /p (M. R. W.), 1869.1.138

“Iceland and Its Inhabitants” /i (F. F. E.), 1872.1.220-222

[Icelanders] (Barrow's Visit to Iceland), 1860.1.149

“Ida's Birthday” (Sophie May), 1864.1.50-51

“Idle Mary” /p, 1843.1.190

“Idle Words” (D. M. T.), 1867.2.52-54

“Idleness”, 1843.1.174

“Idol-Worship in Tonquin” /i, 1860.1.53-54

“If I Were a Sunbeam” /p (Lucy Larcom), 1864.2.113

“If We Knew” /p, 1860.2.141

[Ignorance], 1853.2.163

“I-Have and O-Had-I” /p, 1860.1.10

“Illiterate Robber” (London Times), 1851.2.73

“Illustration, An”, 1842.2.128

[illustration of lions killing buffalo] /i, 1858.1.73

[illustration of New Orleans] /i, 1851.2.3

[illustration of Smithsonian Institute] /i, 1850.1.153

[illustration of Strasburg Cathedral] /i, 1853.1.133

“Imagination” /i, 1843.1.56-57

“Imitative Horse, An”, 1843.2.160

“Immortality”, 1848.2.90

“Immovable Fidelity”, 1845.1.11

“Impatience”, 1865.2.140

“Imperial Gardens at Zhehol” /i, 1858.2.149

“Imperial Joss, The”, 1843.2.145-147

“Importance of a Fly”, 1843.1.162-163

“Importance of Attention”, 1841.1.174-178

“Importance of Grammatical DIstinctions”, 1857.1.51

“Important Certificate”, 1865.2.53

“Improve Your Talents” /s, 1869.1.42-43

“Improvement Among the Bees” /i, 1851.1.91-92

“Improvements in Ship-Building” /i, 1863.1.109

“Imprudence Punished” /i, 1846.1.141

“In Memoriam” /p (E. H.), 1865.1.105

“In Peril” (C. H. E.), 1872.2.182-183

“In Search of the Golden Fleech” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1861.2.66

“In Search of the Golden Fleece” /p (Mattie Bell), 1861.2.143

“In the Barn” /p (Mary G. Darling), 1871.2.42

“Incident from Ancient History, An” /i, 1841.2.89

“Incident in the Early Life of George Stephenson, An”, 1870.2.77

“Incident in the Life of Clay”, 1852.2.185

“Incident to be Remembered, An”, 1851.2.136

“Incidents in the Life of Washington” /i, 1857.1.16-19

“Incubation”, 1847.2.42

Independence Day” /p/i, 1863.2.26

“India Rubber Tree, The” /i, 1845.1.21-22; 1852.1.148-149

“India, Three Centuries Ago, and Now” /i, 1858.2.44-46

“Indian and His Dog, The”, 1844.1.40-41

“Indian Ball-Player” /i, 1845.1.52

“Indian Corn” /i, 1848.2.28

“Indian Dandy, The” /i, 1844.1.51-52; /i, 1845.1.57

[An Indian forest], 1845.1.126

“Indian Friend, The” (M. E. D.), 1864.1.2-6; 1864.1.44-48; 1864.1.71-76; 1864.1.110115

“Indian Lizard, The”, 1859.2.51-52

“Indian Picture Writing” /i, 1850.1.180-181

“Indian Queen, An” /i, 1847.1.22-23

“Indian Youth, An”, 1843.2.53-54

“Indian's Captive, The” /i (Cousin Hannah), 1859.2.138-143

“Indian's Illustration of Scripture, An”, 1843.1.13

Indian's Story, The” /i, 1850.1.23-24

“Indians, The” /i, 1853.2.175

“Indians Cooking Venison” /i (Cousin Zaydee), 1861.1.141-142

“Indians of Nootka Sound, The” /i, 1847.2.74-75

“Indians Shooting Fish”, 1861.1.47-48

[Indolence], 1855.2.110; 1855.2.145

“Industry” /p, 1846.2.105

“Infancy”, 1858.2.78

“Influence of a Newspaper”, 1856.2.114

“Influence of Young Men”, 1848.2.57

“Influence” /p, 1859.2.171; /p, 1861.2.53

“Influenza” /p (Aunt Sue), 1855.2.148

“Ing and In”, 1858.2.90

“Ingenious Contrivances of Nature” /i, 1842.2.84-86

“Ingenious Cricket, The” (Bennet and Tyerman), 1844.2.126

“Ingenious Excuse of a Schoolboy”, 1841.1.63

“Ingenuity of a Spider”, 1858.1.168

“Ingratitude” /p, 1845.2.291

“Inhabitants of an Oyster”, 1844.2.44

“Initials of Names, The”, 1857.1.152

“Injuries”, 1848.1.126

“Inquisitive Jack and His Aunt Piper” (Second Reader), 1842.1.158

“Inquisitive Jack”, 1843.1.92-95; 1843.1.125-127; 1843.1.155-157; 1843.1.185-188; 1843.2.30-31; 1843.2.60-62; 1843.2.93-96; 1843.2.126-128; 1843.2.152-154; 1843.2.183-187

“Inquisitive Jack” [2nd printing], 1844.1.35-38; 1844.1.75-79; 1844.1.106-108; 1844.1.130-132; 1844.1.163-165; 1844.2.81-84

“Inquisitive Peter”, 1852.2.14-15; 1852.2.41

“Inscriptions from the Ruins of Nineveh” /i, 1852.1.109-112

“Insect Life”, 1860.2.138

“Inside Look at China, An” /i, 1859.2.135-137

“Insincerity of Flattery, The”, 1841.1.43

“Instinct” /i, 1841.1.190; 1843.1.63; 1847.1.11

“Instinct of the Toad”, 1861.2.41

“Insurance Anecdote”, 1851.1.117

“Insurrection of June, at Paris, The” (Meema), 1848.2.163-166

[Integrity], 1864.2.135

“Intelligence of a Deaf Mute”, 1856.1.115

“Intelligent Horse, An”, 1843.1.9

“Intemperance--A Temperate Man”, 1843.1.169

“Intemperance in England”, 1844.1.172

“Interesting Island, An” /i, 1849.1.24-25

“Interesting Passage in Napoleon's history, A” /i, 1845.1.177-180

“Interesting Story, An” /i, 1852.1.74-79; 1852.1.155-157; 1852.2.22-26

“Interesting Story of a Dog” /i, 1848.2.1167-168

“Introductory Address for a School Exhibition”, 1862.1.118

“Invention of Printing” /i, 1843.1.105-107; 1872.2.79-80

“Invincibles of Common Life, The”, 1861.1.174

“Ireland Two Hundred Years Ago”, 1848.2.146

“Irish Apology for Being Last”, 1851.1.75

“Irish Bull”, 1851.2.71

“Irish Gallantry”, 1845.2.374

[Irish joke], 1854.2.337

“Irish Nursery Song, An” /p, 1860.1.51

“Irish Waiters” (Mrs. Hall), 1845.2.211-212

“Irish Wit”, 1841.1.127; 1842.1.128; 1842.2.37; 1844.2.149

“Irishman and His Pig, The” /i, 1846.1.12-15

“Irishman's Notion of Discount”, 1843.1.21

“Iron Egg, The” /i (Sophie May), 1865.2.170-172

“Iron Ring, The” /i (A. L. O. E.), 1871.1.157-159

“Irvington Stories, The” /i, 1864.2.151-154

“'Is It Just?'”, 1855.1.183-185

“Is It Worth While to Hate?”, 1863.2.113

“Is It You?” /p, 1864.1.85

“Isaac and Rebekah” /i, 1842.1.135-36

“Isaac Jones, the Fisherman” /i/p (H. H.), 1860.1.65-66

“Isabella, of Spain” /i, 1852.2.6-10

“Island of Chusan, The” /i, 1845.2.362-364

“Island of Hong Kong, The” /i, 1843.2.98-99

“It is Great to Be Good” /p (F. A. S.), 1867.1.77-78

“It Snows” /p/i (Miss H. F. Gould), 1857.1.12

“It Takes Two to Make a Quarrel” /i, 1871.1.137-139

“It's Mine! You Shan't Have It” /i, 1849.1.38-39

“Italian Peasants” /i, 1847.2.121-122

[Italians] /i, 1847.1.97-98

“Italy” /i, 1845.2.234-235; /i, 1848.1.164-166; /i, 1848.2.77-79

“Ivan the 'Terrible'” /i, 1866.1.103-104


“Jaca Tree, The” /i, 1845.1.106-107

“Jack Frost, a Song” /s, 1841.1.32

“Jack Horner--New Version” /p (Charles Mackey), 1857.1.140

“Jack the Fly-Killer” (Sarah Des Brisay), 1871.1.165-168

“Jack the Teaser” /i (Pearl Peveril), 1866.2.101-103

“Jackal, The” /i, 1859.1.22

“Jacko” /i (Cousin Alice), 1868.2.421-424

“Jameljan Pugatschew” /i, 1846.1.155-157

“James Hogg”, 1858.2.144

“James Madison” /p, 1851.1.126

[James Munroe sic] /p, 1851.1.147

“James Wallace”, 1845.1.79-84

“Jan Schalken's Three Wishes”, 1845.2.248-251

“Jane McCrea” /i (J. S. L.), 1852.2.184-185

“January” /i, 1844.1.1-4; /i, 1848.1.1-7; /i, 1851.1.1-2; /i, 1854.1.7-8

“Japan” /i, 1860.1.11-13; /i, 1852.2.161-165

“Japanese at Home, The” /i (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1872.2.85-88

“Japanese Tea”, 1851.2.22-23

“Javanese, The” /i, 1852.1.139

“Jays, The” /i (Henry A. D.), 1861.2.19-20

“Jealous Gose, The” (J. E.), 1865.1.151

“Jealousy”, 1845.1.185; 1862.2.74

“Jean Pie de la Mirandole”, 1847.1.125-128; 1847.1.185-188

“Jean” /p (H. R. Hudson), 1869.2.566-568

“Jedediah Buxton” /i, 1847.2.126-127

“Jedidiah's Noah's Ark” (Lucretia P. Hale), 1869.2.508-512; 1869.2.553-558

“Jeffrey Hudson” /i (Parley's Curiosities of Human Nature), 1847.2.32

“Jeffrey Hudson, the Dwarf” /i, 1855.1.44-45

“Jehanghire, the Mogul Emperor of Hindostan”, 1851.2.103-105

“Jemmy String” /p, 1855.1.167

“'Jerry'--A Dog Biography” /i, 1859.1.44-47

“Jerusalem” /i, 1842.2.98-101

“Jessie and Abby--The Difference” /p (R. I. Schoolmaster), 1859.1.173

“Jessie and Her Fawn” /p/i (Kruna), 1863.2.1-7

“Jessie's Pennies” /i (Cousin Dora), 1869.2.559-562

“Jessie's Victory” /i (Mrs. McConaughy), 1863.2.139-142

“Jesuit's Bark”, 1845.1.95-96

“Jew D'Esprit”, 1860.1.166

“Jewels, The”, 1845.1.48

“Jewish Eel, A” (J. E.), 1865.1.120

“Jewish Women”, 1841.2.84-85

“Jim Dick”, 1849.1.166

“Joan of Arc”, 1844.2.92-95; 1844.2.105-110

['Job printing--job printing!'], 1844.2.159

“Joe Limner and the Plaid Shawl” (E. J. S.), 1871.1.284-288

“Joel Jackson's Peril” /i (Wirt Sikes), 1869.1.21-26

“Joggo at School” /i (Sophie May), 1863.2.170-172

“Johannes Damascenus”, 1851.2.18-19

“John Adams” /p, 1851.1.57

“John Anderson, My John” /p/i (Robert Burns), 1855.1.13

“John Costar, of Harlem” /i, 1860.1.33-34

“John Doree” /i, 1841.2.127

“John Elwes” /i (Parley's Cabinet Library), 1848.1.176-180

“John Fox”, 1843.1.169

“John Gilpin” /i, 1863.1.103-104

“John Hampden” /i, 1845.1.147-148

“John Hancock” /i, 1843.2.139-140

“John Howard” /i, 1844.2.73-74

“John Marshall” /i, 1846.2.25-26

“John Philip Baratiere” /i, 1849.1.161-162

“John Quincy Adams” /p, 1851.1.177

“John Randolph”, 1849.1.182; 1855.2.18

“John Randolph Outdone”, 1853.2.45

“John Steady and Peter Sly”, 1841.1.38-40

“John Stocks and 'The Bison'” /i (Mrs. George Cupples), 1870.2.149-152

“John Wesley” /i, 1845.1.86-87

“Johnny Best” /p/i, 1862.2.35

“'Johnny'” (M. L. H.), 1866.1.87-89

[joke], 1841.2.83; 1841.2.185; 1842.1.126; 1842.2.78; 1843.1.63; 1843.1.166; 1843.2.70; 1843.2.130; 1844.1.4; 1844.1.58; 1844.1.62; 1844.2.28; 1844.2.44; 1844.2.72; 1844.2.177; 1845.1.7; 1845.1.85; 1845.1.123; 1845.1.150; 1845.2.207; 1846.1.112; 1846.1.120; 1846.1.132; 1846.1.132; 1846.2.27; 1846.2.77; 1846.2.96; 1846.2.120; 1846.2.158; 1847.1.93; 1848.2.81; 1849.1.9; 1849.1.40; 1849.1.120; 1850.1.54; 1850.1.76; 1850.1.152; 1850.1.154; 1850.1.181; 1850.1.186; 1850.2.5; 1850.2.55; 1850.2.59; 1850.2.78; 1850.2.115; 1850.2.144; 1850.2.147; 1850.2.166; 1851.1.37; 1851.1.173; 1852.2.132; 1852.2.152; 1853.1.18; 1853.1.190; 1856.1.178; 1857.1.101; 1857.1.134; 1857.2.145; 1858.2.174; 1859.1.10; 1860.2.19; 1860.2.19; 1861.1.145; 1861.1.165; 1861.1.180; 1861.2.75; 1861.2.86; 1861.2.148; 1862.1.143; 1862.2.71; 1863.1.82; 1863.1.136; 1864.2.85; 1865.1.173; 1865.2.85; 1865.2.131; 1865.2.168; 1866.2.40; 1866.2.58; 1866.2.81; 1867.2.77

[joke dialogue], 1843.2.182

“Jolly Old Crow, The” /p, 1852.1.56; /s/i, 1869.2.330-331

“Jonah and the Whale”, 1852.1.146

“Jonah's Gourd” /i, 1849.1.164

“Jonathan and Cousin Zeb in London” /i, 1853.1.116-119

“Joppa, or Jaffa” /i, 1842.2.103

“Joseph II”, 1850.1.76-77; 1861.2.77

“Joseph and His Coat” (M. M.), 1860.2.87

“Joshua Command the Sun and Moon to Stand Still” /i, 1844.2.30-31

“Joyful Spring, The” /i (Augusta), 1855.1.168

“Judy's Angel” (Eula Lee), 1865.1.72-75

“Julia's First Fish” /i (Kruna), 1864.2.53

“Julien and Leonce” /i, 1851.1.103-112

“July Column at Paris, The” /i, 1846.1.150-151

“July” /i, 1843.2.19-20; /i, 1844.2.1-2; 1847.2.1-2; /i, 1848.2.5-8; /i, 1854.2.195-196; /i/p (H. H.), 1858.2.5

Jumping Rabbit's Story”, 1843.2.20-22; 1843.2.54-56; 1843.2.65-68; 1843.2.118-120; 1843.2.140-143; 1843.2.179-182

“June” /i, 1842.1.164-165; /i, 1843.1.163; /i, 1844.1.161-162; /i, 1846.1.161-162; /i, 1848.1.161-164; /i, 1854.1.163-164; /p (Laura Elmer), 1858.1.181; /i/p (Adelbert Older), 1860.1.161; (Laura Elmer), 1860.1.184

“Juniper”, 1843.1.54

“Jupiter” /i, 1849.1.72-74

“Jupiter Ammon and Alexander” /i, 1851.1.81-84

“'Just for Fun'” /i, 1862.2.129

“'Just One Minute'” /i, 1858.1.180-181

“Just Too Late” /i, 1853.2.51-53

“Justice”, 1845.2.204

“Juvenile Almanac for 1854” /p/i, 1856.2.183

“Juvenile Party”, 1856.2.24; /i, 1863.2.179-181


“Kahira, or Cairo” /i, 1844.2.25

“Kamschatka Lily, The”, 1841.2.116

“Kamtschatkans” /i, 1847.2.107-108

“Kamtskadales, The” /i, 1846.2.27

“Kangaroo, The” /i, 1852.1.104

“Kate and the Sparrow” /i/s, 1845.1.32

“Kate Ford's Coals” (Jolly Jingle), 1866.1.82-85

“Kate's Lesson” (Anna North), 1871.1.89-92

“Katie” /p (Coralie), 1863.1.166

“Katie's Christmas Gifts” /p/i (Kruna), 1867.2.174-175

“Katie and Susie; or, The Useful Dress” (Annie Phillips), 1868.2.277-279

“Katy's New Home” /i (Mrs. N. McConaughy), 1863.2.97-100

“Keen Satire”, 1841.1.63

“Keep Busy”, 1864.2.49

“Keep to the Right” /p, 1855.1.132

“Keep your Eyes Open”, 1856.1.41

“Keep your Word”, 1871.2.71-73

“Key to Character” /i (Rev. Wm. M. Thayer), 1867.1.5-6

“Kildeer Plover, The” /i, 1843.1.179

“Kin Shan; or, the Golden Lake” /i, 1844.1.28-30

“Kind Echoes” (Annette), 1860.2.150

“Kind Old Man with the Children” /i, 1861.1.16

“Kind Words”, 1865.1.48

“Kindness”, 1854.1.101; /p (Aunt Sue), 1857.1.151; (Leila M.), 1860.2.75; /p/i (L. E.), 1864.1.33; /p, 1864.2.71

[Kindness, gentleness, and industry], 1858.1.12

“Kindness and Sagacity of the Ass”, 1843.1.10-11

“Kindness of a Horse”, 1845.1.137

“Kindness of the Horse”, 1846.2.73

“Kindness Rewarded” /i, 1863.1.11-12

“Kindness Rewarding”, 1871.2.24

“Kindness to Animals” (Meta), 1856.2.90-91; /i (Meta), 1858.1.43-44; /i (Robert Handy), 1870.2.172-173

“King, A” /p/i (Aunt Sue), 1869.1.284

“King Alfred” /i, 1846.2.95

“King and the Cobbler, The” /i, 1847.2.141-144

“King and the Goose-Herd, The”, 1872.1.80-83

“King Charles I's Golden Rules”, 1845.1.60

“King Cold on a Frolic” /p (Uncle Tim), 1860.1.52

“King Cotton” (Household Words), 1860.1.179

[King George III], 1845.1.159

“King Gordius”, 1853.1.148

[King Henry IV], 1851.1.154

[King James, of England], 1845.2.258

King of Ashantee” /i, 1850.1.68-69

“King of Belgium, The” /i, 1845.2.213

“King of Prussia, The” /i, 1845.1.116

“King of Rome, The” /i, 1847.2.172-173; 1851.2.111-115

“King Roderick and the Enchanted Cavern”, 1851.1.135-137

“King Snake, The” (Providence Journal), 1848.2.137

[King William Rufus], 1859.1.179

“King's Heart's-Ease, The”, 1867.2.81-82

“Kingbird, The” /p (Celia Thaxter), 1868.1.217-218

“Kingfisher and the Nightingale, The” /i, 1841.1.125

“Kircher”, 1843.2.105

“Kitchen, The” /i, 1842.1.138-139

“Kite, The” /p (L. A. B.), 1868.2.442-443

“Kite-Flying” /p/i (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.150

“Kites”, 1858.1.107

“Kitty and Her Friend” /i, 1863.2.109

“Kitty's Christmas-Tree” /i, 1864.2.176-180

“Kitty's Walk for Flowers” /i (Kruna), 1865.1.161-162

“Knife and Picture, The” /i (Madge), 1865.2.21-22

“Knight of the Olden Time” /i, 1860.1.26

“Knighthood” /i, 1847.2.124-125

“Knights Templars, and Other Orders of Knighthood”, 1842.2.30

“Knights Templars” /i, 1842.1.145-146

“Knocking About” (Mary B. Harris), 1871.1.220-228; 1871.1.278-282; 1871.2.16-21; 1871.2.59-62; 1871.2.108-112; 1871.2.163-167

“Knotty Case, A”, 1841.2.185-186

“Knowing Dog, A”, 1862.2.87

“Knowledge”, 1845.2.255; 1864.1.117

“Konzas, The” /i, 1846.1.182-183

“Kosciusko” /i, 1848.1.115-116

“Kossuth” /i, 1852.1.5-8

“Kriss Kringle” /p, 1861.2.181


“La Fontaine”, 1844.1.123

“Labyrinth”, 1857.2.32; 1861.1.64; 1862.2.32

“Labyrinth of the Temple, The”, 1859.1.96

“Laconic”, 1844.2.183

“Laconics”, 1858.1.44

“Lad Who Had a Purpose in Life, The”, 1870.1.188

“Lady Hester Stanhope” /i (Parley's Cabinet Library), 1848.1.172-174; /i, 1853.1.113-114

“Lady Jane Grey”, 1844.2.58-61; 1844.2.85-90

“Lady Washington” /i, 1841.1.87; 1846.2.176-177

“Lafayette and Washington”, 1857.1.53

“Lake of Pitch, A”, 1856.1.150-151

“Lake Scenery of New York” /i, 1858.1.161-163

“Lake Superior in Winter” /i (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.166-168

“Lake, The” /i/p (Kruna), 1865.2.103

“Lamb, The”, 1845.1.146

“Lambeth Palace” /i, 1855.2.3-5

“Lame Lilly” (Jacapa), 1847.2.29-30

“Lame Sheep, The” /i (Madge), 1865.1.117

“Lame Willie and His Wagon” /i, 1857.2.75-79; 1857.2.111-113

“Land of the Amazon, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1866.1.6-7

“Land Without a Storm, A” /s (Kate Cameron), 1862.2.128

“Language of Animals” (James Hogg), 1843.1.103

“Language of Flowers, The” /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1857.1.44; /p (A.C.W.), 1859.1.152

“Language of the Eyes, The”, 1846.1.52

“Languages Spoken in the City of New York”, 1860.1.66

“Large Fleet”, 1850.2.157

“Lark, The”, 1844.1.182-183; /s, 1844.2.96; /s/i, 1847.2.188

“Last Book, The”, 1865.1.102

“Last Flower of the Season, The”, 1844.2.120

“Last Good-Night, The” (William L. Williams), 1863.2.110-113

“Last Leaf of Autumn” /p, 1842.2.186

“Last Words”, 1852.1.88

“Late Hours”, 1848.1.27; (Percy Anecdotes), 1850.1.39

“Late-itudinarian”, 1863.1.112

“Late Revolution in Greece, The” /i, 1848.2.184-186

“Laugh, A” /p, 1848.2.133; 1865.2.180

“Laugh of a Child, The” /p, 1861.2.53

“Laughable”, 1855.2.132

“Laughter” /p, 1861.1.38

[Laughter], 1861.1.79

“Launching a Ship” /i, 1854.2.357-358

“Laura Bridgeman and Her Mother”, 1845.2.208-209

[The laurel-leaved Magnolia], 1843.1.54

“Law is Everywhere, The” /i, 1843.1.36-37

“Law of Honor, The”, 1844.2.24

“Law of Increase” /p, 1866.2.44

“Lawyer's Opinion of Law, A”, 1857.1.138

[Laziness], 1864.1.117; 1865.2.22

“'Lead Us Not into Temptation'”, 1865.1.83

“Leading States of the United States”, 1852.1.4

“Leaf, A” /p, 1849.1.79

“Leaf Blown from Fairy-Land, A” (Aunt Sophie), 1872.2.45-47

“Leap Frog” /i, 1856.1.11

“Learned Character, A”, 1841.2.186

“Learned Dogs, The” /i, 1846.2.65-66; /i, 1853.2.93-94

[Learning], 1862.2.18

“Learning and Sociableness”, 1865.2.140

“Learning Manners” (Eula Lee), 1866.1.152-153

“Learning to Read” /i (Kruna), 1863.1.81-82

“Learning to Smoke” /i (M. E. D.), 1863.2.143-146

“Leaving Home”, 1864.1.121

“Left on the Field” /i, 1865.2.97-102; /i, 1865.2.134-139

Left-handed Billy” /i, 1850.2.174-175

“Legend of Hans Keller, The”, 1870.2.181-183

“Legend of Herman, The” /p (Caroline M. Hewins), 1869.2.497-498

“Legend of King Robert of Sicily, The”, 1852.1.166-171

“Legend of the Ostrich”, 1871.1.12

“Legend of the White Canoe, The”, 1863.1.152

“Legend of the Chapel Mountain” /i, 1869.1.53-58

“Legends and Facts About Precious Stones” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.1.229-231

“Leming, The” /i, 1844.1.112-113

“Lemur, The” /i, 1851.2.1820183

“Leopard and Tiger, The” /i, 1863.1.47-49

“Leopard, The” /i, 1844.1.81-82; /i, 1846.2.61; /i, 1858.2.117

“Lesson at the Bee-Hive, A” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1860.1.117

“Lesson for Hetty, A” /i (L. E.), 1863.1.176

“Lesson for the New Year” /i, 1860.1.3-4

“Lesson Illustrated, The”, 1850.1.80-82

“Lesson in Declamation, The” (L. J. C.), 1871.1.45-47

“Lesson in Entemology” (H. R. C.), 1856.2.23-24

“Lesson of the Flowers, The” /i/p (Adelbert Older), 1861.1.165

“Lesson Taught By an Insect, A” (James), 1848.2.76

“Lessons in Philosophy”, 1857.1.55

“Lessons of Contentment”, 1856.2.155

“Let Him Live” /p (Mary R. Whittlesey), 1872.1.153

“'Let It Go, Sir, Let It Go'”, 1864.1.116-117

“'Let Me Die in Their Presence'” (T. S. Ekells), 1859.2.116-117

“Let Me Go” /s (Rev. L. Hartsough), 1866.1.160

“Letter from a Subscriber”, 1842.1.124

“Letter from a Correspondent” (Laura), 1842.1.89-90

“Letter from Dr. Darwin's Cat to Miss Seward's Cat”, 1845.2.368-369

“Letter From One of Our Young Friends at Rome, A”, 1854.1.73-76

“Letter from Riceboro', Georgia” (Carolus), 1847.1.30-31

“Letter from Song-Kong-Ho, of New York to his brother, Ting Ting-Tu, in China, A”, 1854.2.212-216

“Letter from the Country” (S. C. S.), 1858.2.46-47

“Letter Sent By Santa Claus to Carrie” (E. B. Robinson), 1863.2.178

Letter to My Daughter Margaretta" /p (William Ross Wallace), 1860.1.121

“Letter to Peter Parley, and His Answer”, 1844.1.189-190

“Letter” /p (E.B. Robinson), 1864.1.135

“Liberty” /i, 42.2.183-185; /p/i (Lady's Almanac), 1863.1.42

“Liberty Cap, The”, 1859.1.112

[Lies], 1858.2.37

“Life” /p, 1846.2.160; /p, 1854.2.303; 1860.1.48; 1862.1.41; 1862.2.41; 1862.2.115; 1863.1.108; 1864.1.15; (Aunt Lovicy), 1864.1.137-138; 1864.2.107; 1865.1.37

“Life and Death” /p, 1854.2.297

“Life and Services of John O--” (Sigma), 1864.2.50-51

“Life-Boat, The” /i, 1866.1.117

“Life-Clock, The” /p, 1851.2.17

“Life in the Highlands of Scotland”, 1855.2.146-148

“Life of a Drunkard”, 1851.2.25-26

“Life of Columbus, The”, 1843.2.41-45; 1843.2.80-82; 1843.2.114-118; 1843.2.148-152; 1843.2.171-177

“Life of Martin Luther, The” /i, 1844.2.3-9; 1844.2.48-54

“Life and Character of Alexander the Great, The” (Treas.” /Knowledge), 1842.2.157-160

“Life's Better Moments” /p, 1862.2.66

“Life's Mariner” /p (Myra E. Glover), 1865.1.83

“Life's Pendulum”, 1847.2.185-186

“Life's Sculpture” /p, 1852.2.165

“Light” /i, 1844.1.20-24

“Light Food”, 1845.2.275

“Light in Darkness” /i, 1859.1.66-67

“Light in the Window, The” /i, 1864.1.107-108

“'Light of All Nations, The'”, 1843.2.84

“Light of the House” /p/i (Minnie), 1860.1.166

“Light-Wing and Bright-Eye” /i, 1865.2.113-119

“Lightning” (London Magazine), 1849.1.81

“Lights and Shades” /p, 1846.1.75

“Likeness Between Boys and Dogs” /i, 1854.1.141-143

“Lilies of the Field” /p (Heber), 1856.1.182

“Lillie” /p (Adelbert Older), 1858.2.81

“Lily, The” /s, 1844.1.191-192

“Limby Lumpy” (Martin's Holiday Book), 1842.2.9-11

“Lime”, 1842.2.11-12

“Lincoln's Sermon”, 1865.2.70

“Lines for an Album” /p (Uncle William), 1863.2.165

“Lines on the Sailing of the Steamer Baltic” /p/i (Infanta), 1851.1.37

“Lines Over a Chimney-piece” /p, 1851.1.80

“Lines Placed Over a Chimney Piece” /p (Mrs. Barbauld), 1844.1.62

“Lines to a Friend” /p (Aunt Martha), 1863.1.46

“Lines to a Hen” /p, 1845.1.173-174; /p, 1854.1.82

“Lines” /p, 1860.1.83

“Linguist, A”, 1849.2.114

“Linn‘us”, 1843.1.44

“Lion, The” /i, 1843.1.148-149; /i (Illustrated Natural History), 1848.1.122126; /i, 1854.2.266-270

“Lion's Home, The” /i, 1847.1.159

“Lion and Other Beasts Hunting in Partnership, The” /i, 1865.1.176

“Lion and the Ass, The”, 1842.1.35

“Lion and the Gnat, The” /i, 1863.2.169

“Lion and the Mouse, The” /i, 1841.2.38

“Lion Fight, The”, 1844.2.118-119

“Lion Hunt, A” /i, 1856.2.99-102

“Lion Hunting” /i, 1841.2.16

“Lion in Love, A” /i, 1862.1.172

“Lion on the Threshold, The” /i, 1871.2.252-254

“Lion the Fire Dog” /i (Benjamin Clarke), 1871.1.217-219

“Lions” /p, 1855.2.118

“Lip and Heart, The” /p, 1848.2.134

“Listeners, The” /i, 1871.2.220-222

“Listening”, 1843.2.2

“Litigation”, 1844.2.131

“Little 'Nannie'” /i, 1856.1.75-77

“Little Albert and His Horses”, 1850.2.73-74

“Little Alice” (Anna), 1853.2.172-174

“Little Allie Winters” /i (Kruna), 1866.2.129-132

“Little Artist, The”, 1860.1.172-174; 1860.2.131-138

“Little Ballad-Singer, The” /i/p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1860.1.144-145

“Little Bessie” /i (Madge), 1865.1.55

“Little Bessie's Happiest Day” /i, 1867.1.13-15

“Little Bird! Little Bird!” /s (Mrs. Child), 1847.1.64; /p (Mrs. Child), 1872.1.83

“Little Birds, The” /p (Grandpa), 1860.2.8

“Little Blue Curls” /p (M. R. W.), 1871.2.129

“Little Boats, The” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.1.180-184

“Little Bobby's Escape” /i, 1864.1.168-169

“Little Boy and Jack Frost, The” /p (Kruna), 1863.1.49

“Little Boy and His Father, The” /p, 1856.2.75

“Little Boy to His Only Sister, A” /p/i (Kruna), 1860.2.167

“Little Brown House, The” /p (G. B. Bartlett), 1869.2.512-513

“Little Builders” /p/i (Madge), 1865.1.114

“Little by Little” /p, 1856.2.56; 1864.2.21

“Little Captain, The” /i (Sophie May), 1864.2.2-7

“Little Captives, The” /p (Mrs. A. M. Wells), 1868.1.173-174

“Little Chapters for Little Readers”, 1843.1.28-31

“Little Child's Joy, A” /p, 1841.2.151

“Little Chimney-Sweeper”, 1841.1.190-191

“Little Commodore, The” /i, 1858.1.37-40

“Little Cripple, The” (William L. Williams), 1865.1.112-114

“Little Crusader”, (C.M.), 1870.1.195-201; 1870.1.251-258

“'Little Dandelion'” /p (Helen L. Bostwick), 1862.2.24

“Little Dog Frisk” /i, 1864.2.72-76

“Little Dog Toby and the White Pitcher” /i (B.), 1856.2.118-119

“Little Dykeman, The” /i (S. W. L.), 1868.1.101-103

“Little Efforts” /p, 1864.2.46

“Little Ellen and Her Mamma”, 1849.2.175-176

“Little Emma's Present” /p (Mrs. J. E. McConaughy), 1866.1.132-133

“Little Eva's Kitten” /i/p (Truth Inman), 1860.2.49-50

“Little Fable, A”, 1854.1.157

“Little Fish and the Fisher, The” /p (La Fontaine), 1846.2.73

“Little Flora” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.81

“Little Florence's Curiosity”, 1862.1.14-16; 1862.1.42-45

“Little Flower Girl, The” /i, 1843.1.158-159

“Little Four-Toes” (Mattie Bell), 1859.1.178-179

“Little Freedman, The” (Emer Birdsey), 1869.1.184-186

“Little Gentleman, A” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.1.275-282

“Little Gifts” /i, 1867.2.9-11

“Little Girl, A”, 1849.1.165

“Little Grave, The” /p/i, 1851.1.80

“Little Graves” /p, 1856.2.120

“Little Hand, The”, 1866.2.54

“Little Hatchet” /i (Sophie May), 1861.2.161-165

“Little Henry”, 1849.1.166-167

“Little Home-Body” /p (George Cooper), 1871.1.258

“Little Ida” /p (Minnie R.), 1859.2.143

“Little Jamie” /p/i, 1861.2.35

“Little June” /i (Jolly Jingle), 1867.2.176-178

“Little Kindnesses” /i, 1858.2.145-146

“Little Lace Bird's Nest, The” (J. E. McC.), 1864.1.164

“Little Leaf for Little Readers, A” /i, 1846.1.184

“Little Learners” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1862.2.5

“Little Leaves for Little Readers”, 1843.1.89-96; 1843.1.121-128; 1843.1.154-159; 1843.1.185-192; 1843.2.25-32; 1843.2.57-64; 1843.2.90-96; 1843.2.121-128

“Little Lesson, Learned from a Rain-Drop” (A. J. B.), 1864.1.183-184

“Little Lizzy” /i, 1855.1.41-43

“Little Lobster Story, The” /i (Mary B. Harris), 1872.1.101-105

“Little Lord and the Farmer, The” /p (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.1.159

“Little Maiden's Prayer” /p, 1861.2.137

“Little Mariner, The” /p/i, 1843.1.77-78

“Little Martin and His Tamed Mice” /i, 1863.2.44-45

“Little Mary's First Sum”, 1852.1.22

“Little Mary's Thought” /i, 1867.2.83

“Little Nell” (Mrs. Mary A. Dennison), 1861.1.80-82

“Little Nellie” /p (Caddie Everette), 1865.2.7

“Little Old Man in the Corner, The” /i (Uncle Tim), 1862.2.174-177

“Little One's Prayer, The”, 1858.2.48

“Little Pearl” /ch. 1/i, 1868.1.10-16; 1868.1.57-64; 1868.1.86-92; 1868.1.142-146; 1868.1.187-197; 1868.1.218-223; 1868.2.266-271; 1868.2.308-311; 1868.2.348-353; 1868.2.394396; 1868.2.439-441

“Little Pets” /i (Aunt Minnie), 1854.1.170-171

“Little Pilgrims” /p/i, 1864.2.33

“Little Prudy” /i, 1864.2.117-119

“Little Queen, The” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.108-114

“Little Rain Drops”, 1848.1.72

“Little Red Riding Hood” /i, 1858.1.9-10

“Little Red Stocking, The” /i (M. D. H.), 1869.2.562-566

“Little Rover” /p/i (Mattie Bell), 1858.2.48

“Little Sailor Boy, The” (May Fullerton), 1856.2.139-140

“Little Shepherd, The” /i, 1856.2.148-150

“Little Shoes, The” (C. L. B.), 1863.2.53-54

“Little Shovel, The”, 1853.1.26

“Little Spinner, The” /p (Home Ballads), 1851.1.75

“Little Spot” /i, 1867.1.151

“Little Star-Boys, The” (Helen W. Pierson), 1870.2.88-91

“Little Step-Son, The” /p, 1845.1.170-171

“Little Sue” /p (N. B.), 1864.2.76

“Little Things” (Herald of Health), 1864.2.150; /p, 1854.2.240; /p, 1856.2.140; /p, 1866.1.108

“Little Thorns” (Evening Transcript), 1857.1.104

“Little Tim” /i (Mary Haines Gilbert), 1872.2.197-201

“Little Wanderer, The” /i/p, 1845.1.92

“Little While, A” /p (Rev. Dr. Bonar), 1858.2.116; /p, 1863.2.100

“Little Willie's Lesson” (Mary D.), 1866.2.117-118

“Little Wings” /p/i (Mary G. Darling), 1872.1.23-26

“Live for Something”, 1866.2.68

Living in an Omnibus” /i, 1867.2.103-105

“Living Recommendation”, 1845.1.62

“Lizard, The” /i, 1852.1.31-32

“Lizzie Bell” /i, 1863.2.21-25

“Lizzie's Patchwork” /i (Cousin Carrie), 1859.1.19

“Llama, The” /i, 1846.2.178

“Loaf Amid the Rushes, The” (Fleta Forrester), 1862.2.109-111

“Loafer, A”, 1866.1.79

“Local Attachment”, 1846.1.166-167

“Locust, The” /i, 1844.1.52; /i, 1850.2.109-112; /i, 1866.2.21-22

“Logan, the Mingo Chief” /i, 1849.2.100-101

“Logan” /i, 1858.1.131-132

“Loggers, The, or Six Months in the Forests of Maine”, 1868.1.30-32; 1868.1.49-56; 1868.1.93; 1868.1.130-138; 1868.1.174-184; 1868.2.260-265; 1868.1.228-237

“Logue Family, The”, 1841.1.160

“Lollards' Tower, The” /i, 1846.2.106-107

“London” /i, 1841.2.133; 1848.2.76

“London, Past and Present” /i, 1843.2.36

“London Menageries”, 1844.2.56

“London Stone, The” /i, 1846.2.89-90

“Lonely Grave, The” /i (Annie Armstrong), 1849.2.103-106

“Long Ago” /p (H. H. Brownell), 1847.2.171

“Long Bills”, 1842.1.188

“Long Chapter Upon November, A” /i, 1843.2.129-130

“Long Chimney, A”, 1843.1.63

“Long Nap, A”, 1841.2.171

“Long Pause, A”, 1845.1.35

“Longest Ladder in the World, The”, 1845.2.335-336

[Longfellow], 1854.1.28; 1864.2.71

“Longinus”, 1851.2.179-180

“Look at Home” /p, 1856.2.54

“Look Beyond” /p (Emily Hall), 1864.1.145

“Look to Your Habits”, 1850.1.156-157

“Look Up”, 1855.1.148

“Looking Ahead”, 1849.1.56

“Lord Bacon” /i, 1841.2.172-173; /i, 1853.1.135-136

“Lord Byron on Clean Hands”, 1848.1.30

“Lord Lovat” /i, 1846.2.69-70

“Lord Mayor's Show” /i, 1844.2.91-92

“Lord Rokeby” /i, 1846.1.37

“Lost!”, 1870.2.161

“Lost and Found” /i, 1859.2.77-79

“Lost Child, The”, 1848.2.103-111; /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.149-150

“Lost Children, The”, 1872.1.210-212

“Lost Day, The” /p, 1853.1.143

“Lost Elephant Found, A”, 1843.2.53

“Lost Found, The”, 1843.1.6-8; (Youth's Dayspring), 1855.2.174-175

“Lost Friend, The” /i, 1843.1.29-30

“Lost in a Crevasse”, 1871.1.123-126

“Lost in a Fores” /i, 1872.1.71-80

“Lost in the Woods” /i/p (Laura Elmer), 1860.2.13

“Lost Puzzle, The” (May Fullerton), 1856.2.87-89

“Lost Sermon, The”, 1851.1.4

“Lost Will, The” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.1.56

“Lost World, The” /i, 1850.2.6-10

“Lotus, The” /i, 1844.1.50

“Louis XIV”, 1850.1.84-87

“Louisa Vinning” /i, 1843.1.161-162

“Louise Philippe and His Family” /i, 1846.1.22-23

“Love” /p, 1849.1.70; /p, 1864.1.105

“Love and Memory” /i (Kruna), 1864.2.45-46

“Love for Parents”, 1855.1.152

“Love in Nature” /p (L. M.), 1863.1.82

“Love is Better Than Hate” /i (Anna M. L. Moseley), 1872.2.37-44

“Love of Home” (Daniel Webster), 1853.1.180

“Love of Nature, The” /p/i, 1843.1.45

“Love of Reading”, 1867.2.148

“'Love One Another'”, 1844.1.122; /p, 1858.1.138

“Love the Old” /p, 1853.1.155

“'Love Your Enemies'” (Annie Armstrong), 1849.2.67-69

“Lovewell's War”, 1844.2.74-76; 1844.2.113-118

“Lucky and Unlucky” /i, 1852.1.1-3

“Lucy and Ann” /p, 1843.1.157-158

“Lucy and Daisy” /p/i (Kruna), 1865.2.151

“Lucy and Her Dog” /i, 1850.2.167-168

“Lucy's Story” /i (E. L. Follen), 1870.1.49-56

“Lucy's Victory” /i, 1865.2.81-82

“Lula's Palm Leaf Fan” (J. E. McConaughy), 1870.2.189-190

“Lumps of Gold”, 1849.1.134

“Luther and the Birds”, 1849.1.163

“Lying”, 1843.1.103; 1847.1.166; 1864.1.174

“Lying Lips Bring Sorrow” /p, 1866.1.153

“Lynx, The” /i, 1859.2.15


“Mad Bull, A” /i, 1852.1.149-150

“Madagascar” /i, 1841.1.168-170

“Madam Cluck, and Her Family” (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.2.371-375

“Madame de Genlis”, 1843.1.167

[Madame de Stael], 1846.2.42

“Maggie and Her Newspapers”, 1862.1.150

“Maggie's Comfort-Bag” (Eula Lee), 1865.1.14-16

“Magic Glass, The” /i, 1862.2.16-18; 1872.1.162-164

“Magic Plum-Pudding, The” /i/p (H. H.), 1858.2.142-143

“Magical Duet on the Guitar, A”, 1845.2.232-233

“Magnetic Telegraph, The” /i, 1846.1.50

“Magpie, The; or, Bad Company” /p, 1847.1.124-125

“Mahogany”, 1847.1.20-21

“Mahomet II” /i, 1845.2.330-331

“Mahometan Conquest of Persia, The” /i, 1853.1.15-18

“Mahrattas, The” /i, 1847.2.57

“Maiden's Dream, The” /p/i (Ellian), 1862.1.5-7

“Mails in the Olden Time, The”, 1851.2.178

[Maine], 1851.2.20

“Major-Gen. George B. McClellan” /i, 1861.2.115-116

“Make a Geography”, 1862.1.145-146

“Making a Needle”, 1856.1.116

“Making Letter Envelopes” (Plough, Loom, and Anvil), 1857.1.116

“Mamertine Prison, at Rome, The” /i, 1847.2.62-63

“'Mamma Knows Best'” /p (E.), 1863.1.22

“Mamma's Lessons” /i, 1843.2.121-122

Mammoth, The” /i, 1841.2.152

“Mammoth Cave, The” /i, 1857.1.65-69

“Mammoth Printing Press, A” /i, 1851.2.187-188

[Man], 1854.2.205

“Man, The” /p (Our Young Men), 1867.1.165

“Man that Did, The” /i, 1855.1.133

“Man that Didn't, The” /i, 1855.1.133-134

[The man that is captious], 1845.2.278

“Man with the Iron Mask, The”, 1854.2.369-373

“Management”, 1845.1.39

“Mandrake, The” /i, 1849.1.177-178

“Manliness”, 1862.1.117-118

[Manly worth], 1855.1.47

“Manna-Tree, The” /i, 1845.1.47-48

“Manners and Customs of the Jews”, 1849.2.2-4

“Manners Make the Man” /p, 1847.2.171

“Manufacture of Combs”, 1852.2.28

“Many a Rhyme” /p, 1865.2.51

“Maple Tree Temple at Matibo, in Italy, The” /i, 1843.1.5-6

“Maplewood Phantom Tales” (May Mannering), 1864.2.147-150; 1864.2.171-175

“Marbles” /p/i (H. H.), 1864.1.108

“Marcellin” /i, 1871.1.15-17

“March--A Song” /s, 1842.1.96

[March] /i, 1844.1.65-66; /i, 1848.1.65-69; /i, 1854.1.67-70

“Marching Along” /s, 1861.2.32

“Marching On!” /s (Rev. R. Lowry), 1865.1.32

“Marchioness and Her Little Friend, The”, 1872.2.89-92

“Marie and Her Dove” /i, 1862.2.65-66

“Marie Antoinette” /i, 1845.2.236-237

“Marine Merry-Making, A” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1869.2.462-471

“Market Woman of Basle, The” /i, 1855.1.5-6

“Maronites, The” /i, 1852.1.89-90

[Marriage], 1847.2.64

“Marriage in High Life”, 1845.1.11

“Marseilles, Hymn, The” /i, 1852.2.145-151

“Martial Fairy, The”, 1845.2.251-255

“Marvels of History, The”, 1848.2.70-71

“Mary Wilson”, 1853.2.10-12

“Massachusetts” (Courier), 1848.2.139

“Matthew Hopkins” /i, 1847.2.156-157

“Matthew Noggins's Letter to His Cousin”, 1854.1.22-24

“Maximilian Christopher Miller” /i, 1847.1.192

“May” /i, 1843.1.131-132; /i, 1844.1.129-130; /i, 1848.1.129-130; /i, 1854.1.131-134; /p/i (Ike), 1858.1.133; /i, 1860.1.133; /p (Adelbert Older), 1860.2.130; /p, 1861.1.129; /p (Laurel), 1863.1.151

“May-Cleaning” /i, 1856.1.144-146

“May-Day” /i, 1845.1.129-131; /s/i, 1847.1.160; /i (Cousin Hannah), 1857.1.129-134; /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.1.129-130

“May Flowers” /i/p, 1867.1.136

“May-Fly, The” /i/p, 1859.2.85

“May Offering, The” /p (B.), 1846.1.188

“May Party, The” /i, 1856.1.169-174

“May Queen, The” /p, 1854.1.132-133

“May Song, A” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1862.1.139

“Meadow Lark, The” /i, 1843.1.128

“Measures”, 1858.1.148

“Mecca” /i, 1848.1.170

“Mechanical Powers, The” /i, 1850.2.76-78; /i, 1850.2.105-109

“Medallion, The” /i, 1843.1.88

“Meeting of Francis I and Charles V, The” /i, 1845.2.306-308

“Meeting of the Season” /i/p (H. H.), 1860.1.5-6

“Meeting-Place, The” /p, 1861.2.136

“Mehemet Ali” /i, 1848.1.12-13

“Mekran” /i, 1857.2.161-164

“Melancholy Event, A”, 1842.2.96

“Melancholy Story, A” (Michael M.), 1849.1.77-78

“Memorial, A” /p, 1851.1.116-117

“Memories of Childhood” /p (Blue-Eyed Minna), 1857.1.40

“Memories of Grandfather” /i, 1853.1.40-42

“Memory”, 1845.1.150; 1847.2.82

“Memory's Pictures” /p (Jennie Jenkins), 1862.2.10

“Mental Faculties, The”, 1855.1.17

“Mercury”, 1849.1.39-40

“Mercy” /p (Bart.), 1860.2.17

“Merino Sheep” /i, 1854.1.29-30

[Merit], 1857.1.69

“Merlin the Enchanter”, 1851.1.54-56

“Merondack Mill” /i, 1859.1.33-34

“Merry Christmas” /i (E. G. C.), 1871.2.245-251

“Merry Christmas Without Presents, A”, 1862.1.86

“'Merry' Family, The” /p (Cousin Isaac), 1869.2.558

“'Merry' Greeting” /p (L. E.), 1863.1.20; /i/p, 1866.1.1-2; The” /p, 1866.1.24

“Merry Haymakers” /i (Well Spring), 1864.2.38

“Merry Knight, The”, 1844.1.134

“Merry-Opticon, The” /i (M. E. D.), 1866.1.25-26

“Merry's Chat with His Friends": letters, 1841.2.127; 1843.2.64; 1843.2.128; 1844.1.159; 1849.1.151-152. as "Our Correspondence”, "Correspondence, 1843.2.160; 1843.2.188; 1844.1.30-31; 1844.1.94-95; 1844.1.124-128; 1844.1.190-191; 1844.2.31-32; 1844.2.63- 1864; 1844.2.95; 1844.2.127; 1845.1.31; 1845.1.63; 1845.1.127-128; 1845.1.186-192; 1845.2.221-224; 1845.2.285-288; 1845.2.318-320; 1845.2.375-379; 1846.1.29-32; 1846.1.59-64; 1846.1.158-160; 1846.1.189-192; 1846.2.31; 1846.2.123-128. as "Robert Merry's Chat with His Friends”, 1848.2.31-32. as "Merry's Monthly Dialogue”, 1848.2.61-63. as "Merry's Monthly Chat with His Friends”, 1848.2.92-95; 1848.2.125-128; 1848.2.159-160; 1848.2.187-188; 1849.1.2932; 1849.1.59-64; 1849.1.94-96; 1849.1.123-128; 1849.1.152-160; 1849.2.29-32; 1849.2.61-64; 1849.2.93-96; 1849.2.124-128; 1849.2.158-160; 1849.2.186-188; 1850.1.30-32; 1850.1.60-64; 1850.1.126-128; 1850.1.157-160; 1850.1.187-190; 1850.2.29-32; 1850.2.60-64; 1850.2.95-96; 1850.2.126-128; 1850.2.158-160; 1850.2.186-188; 1851.1.31-32; 1851.1.64; 1851.1.93-96; 1851.1.127-128; 1851.1.158-160; 1851.1.188-190; 1851.2.128; 1851.2.32; 1851.2.63-64; 1851.2.9296; 1851.2.160; 1852.1.63-64; 1852.1.94-96; 1852.1.125-128; 1852.1.159-160; 1852.1.190-192; 1852.2.186-188; 1852.2.30-32; 1852.2.63-64; 1852.2.93-96; 1852.2.126-128; 1852.2.159-160; 1853.1.34-36; 1853.1.66-68; 1853.1.97-100; 1853.1.130-132; 1853.1.162-164; 1853.1.195-196; 1853.2.31-32; 1853.2.53-64; 1853.2.126-128; 1853.2.187-188; 1853.2.159-160; 1854.1.31-32; 1854.1.60-64; 1854.1.94-96; 1854.1.126-128; 1854.1.157-160; 1854.1.190-192; 1854.2.252-256; 1854.2.345-352; 1854.2.222-224; 1854.2.286-288; 1854.2.310-320; 1854.2.374-380; 1855.1.28-32; 1855.1.57-63; 1855.1.87-93; 1855.1.121-128; 1855.1.153-160; 1855.1.186-191; 1855.2.27-31; 1855.2.57-64; 1855.2.89-96; 1855.2.123-128; 1855.2.150-160; 1855.2.184-187; 1856.1.28-32; 1856.1.54-64; 1856.1.89-95; 1856.1.122-128; 1856.1.155-160; 1856.1.184-192; 1856.2.25-32; 1856.2.57-64; 1856.2.93-96; 1856.2.121-128; 1856.2.157-160; 1856.2.184-188; 1857.1.27-32; 1857.1.58-64; 1857.1.89-96; 1857.1.118-122; 1857.1.153-156; 1857.1.185-192; 1857.2.24-29; 1857.2.56-60; 1857.2.89-93; 1857.2.121-123; 1857.2.153-157; 1857.2.183-187; 1858.1.25-28; 1858.1.56-63; 1858.1.90-93; 1858.1.122-128; 1858.1.152-157; 1858.1.186-189; 1858.2.24-27; 1858.2.59-61; 1858.2.91-94; 1858.2.123-126; 1858.2.155-157; 1858.2.186-190; 1859.1.26-32; 1859.1.60-62; 1859.1.91-96; 1859.1.123-128; 1859.1.153-159; 1859.1.188-192; 1859.2.25-31; 1859.2.58-63; 1859.2.90-94; 1859.2.122-128; 1859.2.155-160; 1859.2.184-189; 1860.1.27-30; 1860.1.59-63; 1860.1.90-94; 1860.1.123-126; 1860.1.153-156; 1860.1.186-189; 1860.2.23-29; 1860.2.55-61; 1860.2.88-92; 1860.2.121-125; 1860.2.154-157; 1860.2.182-185; 1861.1.23-28; 1861.1.55-59; 1861.1.88-93; 1861.1.121-125; 1861.1.153-157; 1861.1.183-188; 1861.2.21-25; 1861.2.56-61; 1861.2.89-94; 1861.2.119-124; 1861.2.152-157; 1861.2.182-185; 1862.1.23-28; 1862.1.57-61; 1862.1.88-92; 1862.1.122-125; 1862.1.153-157; 1862.1.186-189; 1862.2.27-29; 1862.2.59-62; 1862.2.90-93; 1862.2.120-124; 1862.2.154-157; 1862.2.184-186; 1863.1.23-27; 1863.1.56-61; 1863.1.89-92; 1863.1.120-125; 1863.1.153-157; 1863.1.185-188; 1863.2.27-29; 1863.2.56-63; 1863.2.87-93; 1863.2.120-124; 1863.2.153-158; 1863.2.182-185; 1864.1.26-29; 1864.1.56-62; 1864.1.89-94; 1864.1.122-126; 1864.1.152-156; 1864.1.185-189; 1864.2.24-27; 1864.2.57-63; 1864.2.87-94; 1864.2.123-127; 1864.2.155-159; 1864.2.182-187. as "Merry's Chat with His Friends”, 1865.1.24-29; 1865.1.56-63; 1865.1.88-95; 1865.1.121-125; 1865.1.153-157; 1865.1.185-190; 1865.2.23-28; 1865.2.57-61; 1865.2.87-92; 1865.2.120-125; 1865.2.152-157; 1865.2.183-186; 1866.1.27-30; 1866.1.57-63; 1866.1.90-92; 1866.1.122-125; 1866.1.154-156; 1866.1.187-190; 1866.2.29-30; 1866.2.59-62; 1866.2.90-94; 1866.2.124-126; 1866.2.155-158; 1866.2.186-190; 1867.1.25-30; 1867.1.58-63; 1867.1.91-94; 1867.1.121-124; 1867.1.154-157; 1867.1.188-189; 1867.2.28-30; 1867.2.58-62; 1867.2.89-94; 1867.2.125-126; 1867.2.156-157; 1867.2.186-187; 1868.1.35-36; 1868.1.75-77; 1868.1.164-168; 1868.1.114-116; 1868.1.207-208; 1868.1.247-248; 1868.2.287-288; 1868.2.328; 1868.2.373-376; 1868.2.420; 1868.2.468; 1868.2.512; 1869.1.51-52; 1869.1.99-100; 1869.1.147-148; 1869.1.196; 1869.1.291-292; 1869.2.339-340; 1869.2.382-388; 1869.2.436; 1869.2.484; 1869.2.581-582. as "Merry's Chat with His Friends”, 1870.1.47-48; 1870.1.95-96; 1870.1.143-144; 1870.1.193-194; 1870.1.245-246; 1870.1.294; 1870.2.52; 1870.2.99-100; 1870.2.147-148; 1870.2.195-196; 1870.2.240-244; 1870.2.285288. as "Merry's Monthly Chat with His Friends”, 1871.1.54-56; 1871.1.103-104; 1871.1.149-152; 1871.1.198-200; 1871.1.247-248; 1871.1.294-296; 1871.2.51-52; 1871.2.99-100; 1871.2.147-148; 1871.2.195-196; 1871.2.243-244; 1871.2.291-292; 1872.1.51-52; 1872.1.98-100; 1872.1.148; 1872.1.195-196; 1872.1.243-244; 1872.1.293-294; 1872.2.51-52; 1872.2.99-100; 1872.2.147-148; 1872.2.195-196; 1872.2.239-240

“Merry's Museum and Parley's Playmate United!” /i, 1848.2.3-4

“Metallurgy” /i, 1845.2.244-246

“Metals”, 1843.1.63

“Metaphysics”, 1845.2.368

“Metastasio” /i, 1851.2.100-102

“Meteor Monks, The” /i, 1847.2.103-104

“Methodist Preacher's Wit”, 1846.1.50

“'Mice Boards'” (J.), 1858.2.143-144

“Microscopes”, 1852.2.28

“Microscopic Wonders”, 1848.1.126; 1864.2.99

“Midnight Thoughts” /p (Evening Star), 1866.1.66

“Midnight Voices” (A. Hayes), 1870.1.90-91

“Midsummer Morning, A” /i, 1843.2.1-2

“Mike Smiley” (W. Cutter), 1857.2.146-149; 1857.2.176-179; 1858.1.19-21; 1858.1.51-53; 1858.1.66-69; 1858.1.114-116

[Mildness of manner], 1845.2.240

“Milesian Tales, The”, 1851.2.82-84

“Milestones of English History” (Cousin Alice), 1868.1.197-200; 1868.1.238-241; 1868.2.271-276; 1868.2.311-315; 1868.2.360-366; 1868.2.404-408; 1868.2.444-448; 1868.2.502506

“Military Chivalry”, 1844.2.2

“Military Courtesy”, 1841.2.185

“Military Spirit” /i, 1846.2.60

“Mill, The” /p (Tennyson), 1856.2.22

“Miller and the Fool, The”, 1844.1.50

“Milly's Messenger” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.1.197-202

[A mind occupied], 1843.1.153

“Mind Your Book!” /i, 1846.1.133

“Mineral Coal” /i, 1846.1.66-67

“Ministering Angels” /p, 1861.2.101

“Mink Curtis; or, Life in the Backwoods”, 1868.1.209-216; 1868.2.280-282; 1868.2.353360; 1868.2.383-392; 1868.2.448-455; 1868.2.480-487

“Minnie” /i, 1851.2.51

“Minnie and Her Rabbit” /i, 1865.1.38-40

“Minnie's Wonderful Alphabet” /i (Hannah Hatchet), 1864.2.47-49

“Mint, The” (Pearl Peveril), 1867.1.83-84

“Minute Man, The” /i, 1850.1.112-113

“Minute Wonders”, 1847.1.31-32

“Mirage”, 1843.2.70

“Mirror, The” /i, 1845.2.208

[Mirth], 1854.1.70; /p (Ellian), 1861.1.109-110

“Miser, A”, 1846.1.56-57

“Miser and the Pauper, The”, 1857.1.15

“Misfortunes of a Yellow-Bird” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.2.202-203

“Misitra and the Ancient Sparta” /i, 1842.1.155

“'Miss Maulaboy' and 'Miss Doughnuts'” /i, 1865.1.12-13

“Miss Myrta's Troubles” /i (Lou of Glenburnie), 1862.2.116-119

“Miss Pappoo” (Cosmopolite), 1844.1.144-145

“Miss Spring is Coming” /p (Theodore A. Gould), 1849.1.137

“Mississippi at New Orleans, The”, 1853.1.112

“Mistle Truths, The”, 1849.1.176

“Mistress and Servant”, 1842.1.113

“Mocha Coffee”, 1850.2.180

“Mocking Bird, The” /i, 1848.2.21-22

“Mode of Invitation in China”, 1842.2.37

“Moderate Drinking”, 1859.2.151

“Moderation”, 1849.1.25

“Modern Implements of War” /i, 1861.2.138-141

“Modern Invention”, 1852.2.117

“Mogul Empire, The” /i, 1859.2.108-109

“Mohammed”, 1843.1.136-138

“Moisture in Plants”, 1849.2.176

“Mole, The”, 1842.2.25

“Money”, 1841.2.68; 1857.1.11

“Money Laid Up for a Rainy Day”, 1852.1.92

“Monkey, The” /i, 1857.2.108-110

“Monkey Beggar, The” /i, 1848.2.88

“Monkey-Bridge, A” (Capt. Reid's Adventures in Sthrn Mexico), 1851.1.1920

“Monkey Orators” /i, 1848.1.23-24

“Monkey Story”, 1855.1.80-81

“Monkey Trick, A”, 1843.2.83-84

“Monkey's Memory, A”, 1856.2.91

“Monkeys” /i (L. B. U.), 1870.2.139-140

“Monster of the Deep, A”, 1844.1.88-89

“Montezuma” /i, 1846.2.144-145

“Montgomery”, 1846.1.68-69

“Month of January, The”, 1848.1.8-10

“Month of June, The” /p/i (H. H.), 1859.1.177

“Month of March, The” /i, 1841.1.60-62

“Month of May, The” /i/p (H. H.), 1859.1.134

“Monument of Affection”, 1841.1.31

“Moon, The”, 41.1.173; /i, 1843.1.127; /s, 1844.2.128

“Moonlight Balloon Excursion”, 1852.1.108

“Moose, The” /i, 1843.2.59-60

“Moral, A”, 1852.1.152

[moral anecdote], 1850.1.102; 1858.1.170

“Moral Character”, 1863.2.118

“Moral Courage”, 1857.2.11; 1865.2.72

[moral filler], 1843.1.85

“Morality of Animals”, 1845.1.94

“More About Flame” (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.2.34-36

“More About Kossuth”, 1852.1.29-30

“More About Your Name” (Kitty Carroll), 1869.1.187-188

“More about ’sop”, 1853.2.76-77

“Morning Bouquet, The” /p/i (Madge), 1862.1.135

“Morning Light” /s (E. L. White), 1848.1.128

“Morse, The” /i, 1844.1.105

“Mosquitoes in Hindostan”, 1850.1.182-184

“Most Unhappy, The”, 1855.2.69

“Most Wonderful Tree!, A”, 1850.1.165-166

“Mosul”, 1851.2.74

“Moth, The” /i, 1843.1.190

“Moth's Song, The” /p, 1846.2.95-96

“Mother”, 1861.2.68; 1863.2.151

“Mother-Mouse, A” /i (Old Major, The), 1864.1.140-141

“Mother-of-pearl”, 1853.1.49

“Mother Counselled by Her Daughter, The”, 1843.1.122

“Mother Good-Measure” /i, 1849.2.81

“Mother Knows Best” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.1.52-53

“Mother of Pearl”, 1846.2.50

“Mother's Advice, A”, 1849.1.12; /i, 1843.1.123

“Mother's Affection, A”, 1842.2.56-57

“Mother's Counsel, A” /i, 1845.1.8-9

“Mother's Jewels, The”, 1850.2.146-147

“Mother's Plan is Best” /i (Minnie), 1851.1.174-176

“Motherless” (Lizzie H.), 1864.2.144

“Motherless Boy, A”, 1849.1.166

“Motion”, 1843.1.61

“Motive Power of Niagara”, 1852.1.61

“Mount Auburn” /i, 1846.2.21-24; /i, 1846.2.78-82; /i, 1846.2.110-114; /i, 1846.2.134137

“Mount Carmel” /i, 1842.2.104

“Mount Olympus” /i, 1848.2.181

“Mount Spirlingstein” /i, 1862.2.169

“Mount Vernon” /i, 1844.2.184-185

“Mount Vesuvius” /i, 1847.2.81-82

“Mountain Lute, The” /i, 1853.2.161-163

“Mountain Scenery” /i, 1858.1.98-102

“Mountains of Jerusalem and Samaria” /i, 1858.2.77-78

“Mourner Comforted, The” /p, 1843.1.91-92

“Mourning in the East” /i, 1851.1.5-7

“Mouser and Kitty” (Addie Hayes), 1872.1.213-215

“Mouth, The”, 1841.2.139

“Mr. Barber”, 1848.2.115-117

“Mr. Catlin and King Louis Philippe” /i, 1846.1.53-54

“Mr. Catlin and His Horse Charley”, 1842.1.136-137

“Mr. Pope and His lady”, 1843.1.47

“Mrs. Gray's Christmas” /i, 1865.2.182

[Mrs. Partington], 1863.2.12

“Mrs. Partington in a Drug Store” (Willy Wisp), 1870.1.160-162

“Mrs. Pike's Prisoners” /i (M. R. W.), 1870.2.197-200

“Mrs. Robert White and Her Family” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.2.22-23

“Much in Little”, 1865.1.167

“Muffling the School-Bell” (W. L. Williams), 1862.1.136-139

“Mummies”, 1853.2.101

“Mungo Park and the Frogs” /i, 1841.2.62-63

“Murder of Miss Macrea” /i, 1850.2.44-45

“Museum Alphabet, The” /p (Aunt Patsey), 1860.1.185

“Music”, 1856.1.96

“Music and Love” /s (Hiram Hatchet), 1859.1.25

“Music Healthful”, 1863.1.82

“Music of the Hebrews”, 1851.2.15

“Musical and Critical Cat, A”, 1858.2.69

“Musical Composers”, 1850.1.54

“Musical Dialogue”, 1842.1.188

“Musical Ear of the Camel” (World of Music), 1848.2.133

“Musical Festivals”, 1846.1.98

[The musical instrument called the trombone], 1844.2.95

“Musical Mouse, A”, 1841.1.30

“Musical Pigeon, A”, 1841.1.31

“Musical Rats”, 1846.2.169

“Musical Snuff-box at Church, The”, 1843.2.138

“Musings” /p (Southern Literary Messenger), 1841.2.92-94; /p (Madge), 1862.1.166

“Musk Ox, The” /i, 1845.1.169

[Mustered Out] /p, 1865.1.87

“Mutiny Aboard”, 1868.1.65-70

“My Aviary” /i (H. H.), 1860.1.22-23; /i, 1860.1.67

“My Belief” /p (Schiller), 1855.2.132

“My Bird-cage” (Minnie), 1852.1.105-107

“My Boy” /p (Laura D. Nichols), 1871.2.88

“My Cats” /i, 1867.1.181-182

“My Child Passenger”, 1860.1.167-171

“My Days and Nights in the Battle-Field” /i, 1864.1.18-20

“My Doves” /p/i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.1.99-100

“My Father's Half-Bushel” /p (Journal of Commerce), 1846.1.49-50

“My First Watch” (Uncle Ned), 1867.2.172-173

My First Whistle” /p, 1841.1.4; /s, 1845.1.64; /p, 1850.1.90

“My Fourth of July” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.2.324-327

“My Garden” /p/i (Caroline Southet), 1857.1.166

“My Good Sled” /p/i (Laurel), 1863.1.68

“My Grandmother” /i (Uncle Tim), 1867.1.70-72

“My Grandmother's Caps”, 1864.2.51-52

“My Heart's in the Highlands” /p/i, 1855.1.35

“My Home by the Rolling River” /p (S. A. C. K.), 1861.2.18

“My Independence-Day” (Harper's Weekly), 1864.2.18-21

“My Kitty” /p/i, 1858.1.82

“My Lina” /p, 1857.2.110

“My Little Dog” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1862.1.16

“My Little Fairy” (D. E. W.), 1862.1.41

“My Little Friend” (L. M. Alcott), 1868.1.41-44

“My Little Girl” (Shirley Clair), 1871.1.141-143

“My Little One” /p (Edgar Fawcett), 1869.2.519

“My May-Day Among Curious Birds and Beasts” /i, 1868.1.81-85

“My Mother” /p (C. W. C.), 1861.1.180; /p, 1867.2.13; /p (C. W. C.), 1867.2.39

“My Mother's Birthplace” /p/i, 1856.2.119

“My Mother's Dead” /p, 1857.2.149

“My Mother's Stories” (E. E.), 1870.2.140

My Own Life and Adventures, by Robert Merry,” 1841.1.9-15; 1841.1.33-35; 1841.1.65-72; 1841.1.129-133; 1841.1.161-167; 1841.2.17-20; 1841.2.39-43; 1841.2.65-68; 1841.2.97-99; 1841.2.149-151; 1841.2.178-181; 1842.1.12-16; 1842.1.36-38; 1842.1.79-83; 1842.1.150-154; 1842.1.177-181; 1842.2.26-29; 1842.2.34-37; 1842.2.66-72; 1842.2.104-107; 1842.2.132-134; 1842.2.161-165

“My Oxalis” /p (Aunt Martha), 1864.1.38

“My Pet Chicken” /i, 1862.1.140-141

“My Pets” /p/i (Laurel), 1863.2.129

“My Picture” /p (B. E. E.), 1872.1.43

“My Sister Lizzie” /p (Tiny Wild Rose), 1865.1.134

“My Sister Nelly's Doll” (Minnie), 1853.1.11-14; 1853.1.45-49

“My Sister” /p (Adelbert Older), 1857.2.43

“My Spanish Hens” (Dorothy Dale), 1872.1.136-138

“My Squirrel” /i (Jessie), 1857.1.52-53

“My Story” /i (Sarah P. Brigham), 1872.2.101-106

“My Teachers” /p, 1861.2.101

“My Tommy” /i (M. H.), 1870.2.135-138

“My Tooth” /p (Old Major, The), 1864.1.54

“My Treasure” /p (Minnie R.), 1860.2.102

“Myra's Thanksgiving” (Mary G. Darling), 1872.1.272-279

“Mysterious Artist, The”, 1841.2.24-27; 1841.2.51-54

“Mythology” (Rev. George W. Cox), 1867.2.106-111

“My-Thology” /p (S. W., Jr.), 1864.1.76


“Name in the Sand, A” /p (Hannah F. Gould), 1847.2.186

“Nameless Hero, A” /i, 1872.1.34-37

“Nameless Old Woman, The” (Blue-Eyed Minnie), 1860.2.41-42

“Names” /i (Gershom), 1857.1.180-181

“Names of Animals, The”, 1857.1.181-182

“Names of Countries and Places”, 1844.1.59

Names of Different Kinds of Type” /i, 1842.1.91

“Naming Our Baby” /p (Emma Mortimer), 1872.1.186-187

“Nan's House” /p (H. B. Hudson), 1868.2.259

“Nankin Cotton”, 1858.2.47

“Napoleon Bonaparte”, 1851.1.12-18; 1851.1.38-44; 1851.1.129-135; 1851.1.167-173

“Napoleon When a Child” /i, 1850.1.58-60

“Napoleon's Coat of Mail”, 1865.1.170

“Napoleon's Last Obsequies”, 1841.1.51-53

“Narrow Escape” /i, 1859.2.73; (L.), 1872.1.240; 1872.2.23-25

“Narval, or Sea-Unicorn, The” /i, 1843.1.14-17

“National Characteristics”, 1842.1.35

“National Debt of Great Britain”, 1848.2.91

“National Sports” (La Presse), 1860.2.13

“Natives of the Himalayas, The”, 1855.2.84

“Natural Bridge of Virginia, The” /i, 1855.2.162-164

“Natural Curiosities of New Holland” /i, 1842.1.59

“Natural Curiosity”, 1844.2.37

“Natural History of Birds”, 1851.2.26

“Natural Lamps”, 1843.1.153

“Natural Playgrounds” /i (W. G. V.), 1871.1.27-29

[Nature] (Johnson), 1849.1.89; (Sir Thomas Browne), 1854.2.360

“Nature and Art”, 1849.2.173-174

“Nature's Teachings” /i/p (Flora Linwood), 1860.2.36-37

“Naughty Billy” (Minnie), 1851.2.140-142

“Nautical Sermon”, 1851.1.30

“Nautilus, The” /i, 1845.1.154; /p, 1853.2.186; /p (Louisa M. Alcott), 1870.2.85-86

“Naval Alarm, A”, 1850.1.29

“Naval Anecdote”, 1850.1.155

“'Nearest Way in the Summer Time, The'” /p (Fleta Forrester), 1858.2.111

[Neatness], 1843.1.109

“Nebulae” /i, 1848.2.147-148

“Ned” (Frank T. Guernsey), 1867.2.80-81

“'Ned, the Learned Seal'” (Laura Elmer), 1862.2.87

“Ned's New-Year's Resolution” /i (Ethel), 1867.1.45-46

“'Neddie and Me'” (Iota), 1865.2.112

“Needful Courage, The” (Oxford Democrat), 1865.1.170

“Neglected Pet, The” (Annie Moore), 1869.1.232-234

“Neither Shoes Nor Stockings” (Anna Moseley), 1871.2.167-169

“Nellie at the Window” /p/i (Kruna), 1865.1.11

“Nellie Clinton's Maying” (S. C.), 1872.1.183-186

“Nellie's New Dress” /i (Catharine M. Trowbridge), 1862.1.48-52

“Nelly and Charley” /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.1.149

“Nelly and Her Boat” /i, 1861.1.130-134

“Nelly and Lizzy” /i, 1855.2.41-42

“Nelly's First School-Days” /i, 1861.2.144-148

“Nelly's Trials” (Meena), 1849.1.6-9

“Nena Sahib” /i, 1865.2.40-41

“Nervous Henrietta” (Sophie May), 1862.1.177-178

“Nest Builders, The” /p/i (Hiram Hatchet), 1857.1.105

“Nest in the Meadow, The” /i, 1866.1.118

“Nest of the Titmouse” /i, 1855.1.99-100

“Nestlings, The” /i/p (Kruna), 1860.1.141; /p (Katherine Bertha), 1869.2.429

“Nests of Birds, The” /i, 1846.2.175-176

“Nettie's Garden” /p/i (Laurel), 1863.1.116

“Never Be Haughty”, 1858.2.9

“Never Despair” /p, 1849.1.43

“Never Forgotten” /p (Kruna), 1865.1.40

“Never Get Angry”, 1851.2.63

“Never Give Up” /p (S. Wilson, Jr.), 1859.1.103

“Never Mind” /p, 1852.1.13

“Never Praise Yourself”, 1848.2.36

“Never Put Off” /p, 1863.2.173; /p, 1865.1.46

“New Anecdotes of the Dog”, 1854.2.282-285; 1854.2.300-303

“New Bonnet, The” /i, 1850.1.16-17

“New Custom-House, Boston, The” /”, 1841.1.86-89

“New Game, A” /i (Aunt Sue), 1861.2.33-34

[New Hampshire], 1851.2.20

“New Holland” /i, 1847.2.117-118

“New Ipswich Appleton Academy” /i/p, 1861.2.149-151

“New King, The”, 1844.1.162

“New Kite, The” /p/i (W. M.), 1862.1.108

“New Knife, The--A Tale for Boys” (Anna M. Phillips), 1866.2.143-147

“New London Exchange, The” /i, 1843.2.143-145

“New Orleans” /i, 1851.2.2; /i, 1851.2.72-73

“New Patent Office, Washington, The” /i, 1841.1.89-90

“New Planet, Neptune, The” /i, 1847.2.129-131

“New Pope, Pius IX, The”, 1847.2.123

“New Precept for Lent, A”, 1862.2.41

“New School Globe, A” (A. E. W.), 1858.1.113

“New Song, The” /p (H. H.), 1859.1.5

“New Use for Looking-Glasses, A” (Old Major, The), 1865.1.116

“New Way of Curing a Toper”, 1856.2.120

“New Way to Pay Old Debts Made Clear at a Glance”, 1861.2.148

“New Year, The” /i, 42.1.1-3; /p, 1852.1.4; /i, 1853.1.7; 1867.1.11-12

[New Year welcome] /i, 1845.1.1-7

“New Year's” /i, 1860.1.20-21

“New Year's Address, A” /p/i, 1846.1.1-3; /p/i, 1854.1.4-6

New-Year's Bow, A”, 1843.1.1-4

“New Year's Day” /i, 1850.1.1-4

“New Year's Day in New York” (Simon Sassafras), 1850.1.48-52

[New Year's editorial] /i/p, 1854.1.3-6

“New Year's Eve” /p, 1845.1.7

“New Year's Morning” /i, 1859.1.3-4; /i (Berkeley), 1867.1.1-4

New Year's Salutation, A”, 1849.1.3-4

“New-Year's Surprise, The” /i (Kruna), 1864.1.21-24

New-Year's Welcome, A” /p/i, 1864.1.1

“New Year's With the Children” /i, 1866.1.3-5

“New York and Erie Railroad” /i, 1857.2.21-23; 1857.2.55

“New York Free Academy” /i, 1855.1.136-140

“New York in the Olden Time” (John Page), 1857.1.152

“New York State Internal Improvements”, 1856.2.170-171

“New Zealand” /i, 1844.2.135-137; /i, 1848.1.113-114

“Newburgh” (Meeta), 1848.2.103-106

“Newfoundland Dog, The”, 1841.2.21-24; 1847.1.56

“Newspaper-Boys” /p, 1860.2.129-130

“Newspapers” (S. Wilson, Jr.), 1859.2.183

“Newton When a Boy” /i (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.2.247-248

“Newton's Absence of Mind”, 1849.1.178

“Nice Girls” /i (Carrington's Commissionaire), 1860.2.18-19

“Nicholas Poussin” /i, 1845.2.354-357

“Nick” (A. Perry), 1871.1.239

“Nicknames”, 1847.1.5-6

“Nicolo's Little Friend” (H. A. F.), 1872.1.266-268

“Night”, 1841.1.101-102; (Dr. Haynes), 1856.2.18

“Night Alarm, A”, 1850.2.134-134

“Night in the Bush, A” /i (Edward Howe), 1869.2.410-416

“Night of Three Tales, The” (Frank Woodworth), 1856.2.44-47; 1856.2.82-86; 1856.2.110112

“Night on a Mountain, A” /i (L. S. Metcalf), 1870.1.25-29

“Night's Adventure, The”, 1845.2.364-366

“Nilometer, The” /i, 1849.1.138-139

“Nimble Lizard, The” /i, 1849.2.24

“Nine of Diamonds, The”, 1844.1.111

“'Nine Tailors Make a Man'”, 1844.2.185

“Nino” /i (Sara Conant), 1872.2.137-142

“Ninth Commandment”, 1860.2.72

“No Disputing About Tastes”, 1842.1.73

“No Good Deed Lost”, 1864.1.121

“No Good From Passion”, 1866.2.28; 1867.1.52

“Noble”, 1852.1.4

“Noble Act, A”, 1872.2.219

“Noble Boy, A”, 1856.1.117

“Noble Choice, The” /p, 1866.1.143

“Noble Institution” /p (M. E. D.), 1866.2.150-152

“Noble Sponsor, A”, 1870.2.45-46

“Nobleman and His Jester, A” /i, 1864.1.70

“Noblest Study, The”, 1853.1.96

“Nocturne” /s (T. T. C.), 1863.1.88

“Noisy Trio, The” /p/i (L. E.), 1862.2.108

“None Liveth for Himself”, 1861.2.102

“Norrie Seton's Adventure on the Island of Juan Fernandez” /i (Driven to Sea), 1870.1.278-282

“Northern Morning, The”, 1849.1.84-85

“Northern Ocean, The” /i, 1848.2.180-181

“Not 'Officially Drunk'”, 1861.1.43

“Not All Sadness” /p, 1863.1.132

“Not Ashamed of Ridicule” /i, 1856.1.50-52

“Not Time Enough”, 1856.2.47

“Not to Be Trusted”, 1866.1.133

“Notch, The” /i, 1849.2.87-89

“Note to Readers”, 1847.1.32

“Nothing But Salt” (William M. Thayer), 1872.2.121-122

“Nothing More” /p (Rubie Linden), 1865.2.66

“Notices”, 1858.1.160; 1858.2.32; 1858.2.64; 1858.2.160

“November” /i, 1844.2.129-131; /i, 1848.2.129-133; /i, 1854.2.323-325; "Thanksgiving" /i, 1858.2.129-133

“November in London” /p, 1844.2.128

“Now” /p, 1867.1.72

“Nurseries for Little Fishes” (Olive Thorne), 1872.1.69-70

'Nursery Rhymes'”, 1846.2.52-54

“Nut, A” /i (F. Cheseboro'), 1872.2.19-23

“Nuts to Crack”, 1841.2.185-186


“Oak, The” /p, 1849.2.171

“Oak and the Reed, The” /i, 1841.2.80-81

“Oak Tree, The” /p/i, 1853.2.168

“Oaks Planted by Squirrels”, 1864.2.101

“Obedience”, 1843.1.46

“Obedient Son, An”, 1864.2.101

“Obituary” /p (Minnie), 1863.1.102

“Object for Sewing, An” /p/i (Aunt Sue), 1868.1.56

“Objects Lessons--A New Plan” (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.118

“Observations from My Window” (Ella), 1859.1.145-146

“October” /i, 1843.2.97; /i, 1844.2.97-98; /i, 1853.2.99-101; /i, 1854.2.291-292

“October and I” /i/p (H. H.), 1858.2.109

“Ode to the Evening Wind” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.2.104

“Of a Raven that had a Dinner-Party”, 1855.2.116

“Of Good Learning”, 1855.2.103

Of What is the Alphabet Composed?" /p (Mattie Bell), 1858.2.15

“Oh! Be True” /s (W. H. Hayward), 1864.2.96

“Oh! I'll Be a Good Child” /i/s (Rev. C. W. Denison), 1859.2.190

“Old '57 and Young '58” /i (L. E.), 1858.1.3-4

“Old Age” /i, 1843.2.123-124

“Old Apple-Woman, The” /i/p (H. H.), 1863.2.138

“Old Bells” /p, 1857.1.53

“Old Bill” /i (Old Major, The), 1861.1.171-173

“Old Clock By the Wall, The” /p (Fairie Jane), 1860.2.113

“Old Dame's Brown Cow, The”, 1865.1.130

“Old English”, 1849.2.60-61

“Old English Village Pastor, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.169-170

“Old Familiar Faces” /p, 1846.2.133

“Old Friend in New Dress, An” /p (Knickerbocker), 1848.2.172

“Old Homestead, The” /i, 1857.2.101-104

“Old Horsehoe, The” /i, 1863.2.41-43

“Old Jowler” /p (Old Major, The), 1862.2.73-74

“Old Lady and Her Cat, The”, 1843.1.78-80

“Old Lady Satterlee” /i (Sophie May), 1863.2.82-84

“Old Leonard House, The” /i, 1851.2.179

“'Old Lige'” /i (Uncle Joe), 1861.1.175

“Old Maid's Will, An”, 1844.1.123

“Old Man and the Flowers, The” (Meena), 1849.1.133

“Old Man in the Corner; or, the Pedler's Pack”, 1844.1.6-9; 1844.1.43-45; 1844.1.8284; 1844.1.116-120; 1844.1.145-146; 1844.1.176-178; 1844.2.39-40

“Old Mansion, The” /p, 1844.1.72-74

“Old Mill, The” /i, 1849.2.90; /p/i (Elfie Dryad), 1862.2.183

“Old Mountain Mill Fifty Years Ago, The” /p (Uncle Tim), 1861.1.173-174

“Old Negro's Logic, The”, 1854.2.356

“Old Oaken Bucket, The” /p/i, 1843.2.57-58

“Old October” /i, 1860.2.114-115

“Old Owl, The” /i, 1843.1.83-84

“Old Pine Tree, The” /i/p, 1860.1.164-165

“Old Razor, The” (Old Major, The), 1862.1.53

“Old Sabael” /i, 1858.2.40-43

“Old Scrap, An” /p, 1857.2.120

“Old Shag” /i (Rev. John Todd, D.D.), 1865.2.83-85

“Old Smoker, The” /i (Mrs. J. E. McConaughy), 1866.2.3-5

“Old Soldier, The” (M.), 1845.2.237-238

“Old Story of the Five Peaches, The”, 1865.2.86

Old Times and New” /i (Margaret), 1858.2.49-53

“Old Trees”, 1865.2.133

“Old Village Church, The” /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.2.182

“Old Wonder Eyes” /p/i, 1865.1.17

“Old-Fashioned Fairy Tale, An” /i (J. H. Ewing), 1872.2.186-190

“Old-Fashioned Girl, An” (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.2.293-304; ; 1869.2.341-352; 1869.2.389-399; 1869.2.437-449; 1869.2.485-497; 1869.2.533-544

“Old-fashioned Shool House, An” /i, 1855.2.129-132

“Oliver Cromwell”, 1841.2.92-93

“Omnipresence” /p, 1848.1.148

“On a Good House-Dog Called 'Watch'” /p, 1856.2.119

“On Early Rising” /p, 1855.2.175

“On Finding Fault”, 1866.2.68

“On Gardening” /i (Daisy Wildwood), 1864.1.88

“On the Uses of Reputation”, 1855.2.149

“On the Watch” /i, 1861.1.104-105

“One By One” /p, 1860.2.105

“One Hundred Years Ago”, 1851.1.89-91

Onions, 1845.1.115; 1846.1.121; /i, 1850.1.114-115

“'Only a Violet!'” /p (I. W. Sanborn), 1870.2.138

“Only in Fun” /i (Eula Lee), 1865.2.15-18

“Only Persevere” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.2.43-44

“Only Waiting” /p, 1858.2.19

“Onyx and the Cameo, The”, 1855.2.100-103

“Opening of the Crystal Palace” /i, 1853.2.60-62

“Operations of the Tract Society”, 1848.2.181

“Ophir”, 1851.2.153

[Opinion], 1848.1.47

“Opossum, The” /i, 1849.2.136-137

“Opossum Carrying Her Young” /i, 1867.2.50

[Opportunity], 1864.1.115

“Oracle”, 1847.2.182-183

“Orang-Outang” /i, 1842.2.145-146

“Orchard Starling, The”, 1845.2.226

“Orchard's Grandmother, The” /i (S. O. J.), 1871.1.201-208

“Order and Disorder”, 1843.1.75-76

“Orfa”, 1851.2.80

“Orient, The” /i, 1858.2.16-18

“Origin and History of Pews, The”, 1857.2.79

“Origin of the Flower 'Forget-me-not'”, 1844.2.15

“Origin of 'The House that Jack Built'”, 1841.1.7-9

“Origin of the Names of the Days of the Week, The”, 1857.1.22

“Origin of the Names of the Several United States”, 1844.1.183-184

“Origin of the Red Rose” /p (Carey), 1848.2.154

“Origin of the Term 'True Blue'” (Scotch Reformers' Gazette), 1848.2.178

“Origin of Words”, 1857.2.107

“Origin of Words and Phrases”, 1841.1.35; 1841.2.43-44

“Original of Fireworks”, 1851.2.21

“Orphan Boy, The” /p, 1847.1.21; (Marie C. Ladreyt), 1872.1.168-179

“Orphan Queen, The” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.1.80-82

“Orphan Twins, The”, 1848.1.182-187

“Orphan's Prayer, The” /p/i, 1865.1.105

“Orphan's Wish, The” /p (Adelbert Older), 1857.2.13

“Ortega and the Snake”, 1852.2.42

“Orthography”, 1845.1.7

“Osceola”, 1842.2.128

“Ostrich, The” /i, 1841.2.112-113; 1845.1.99; 1847.1.41; 1858.1.176

“Otho, King of Greece” /i, 1845.1.91-92

“Otsquago Creek” /p (George W. Bungay), 1867.2.72

“Otter, The” /i, 1852.1.14-15

“Ough--An English Orthograph Puzzle” /p, 1865.2.133

“Our Ancestry” /i, 1841.1.53-60

“Our Baby” /p (Minna Columbine), 1856.1.88

“'Our Baby'” /p (Jolly Jingle), 1867.2.48

“Our Baby's Smile” /p/i (Rev. E. E. Adams), 1860.2.83

“Our Canary” (Oliver Onley), 1859.1.136

“Our Charlie” /p (Thomas Maclellan), 1848.1.83-84

“Our Common Schools Forever!” /p (Mrs. M. A. Dennison), 1862.1.19

“Our Curiosity Room” /p, 1859.1.186-187

“Our Dog” (Jessie), 1856.2.146-147

“Our Fashion-Plates” /i, 1861.2.166-169

“Our Fathers Long Ago” /s (Fanny Crosby), 1864.2.32

“Our Garret” /p (H. Rose Bond), 1857.2.13

“Our Great Powers: The Press”, 1870.1.184-188; 1870.1.222-226; 1870.1.268-272

“Our Little Boy” /p (R. Coe, Jr.), 1848.2.179; /p, 1853.1.190

“Our Little Ghost” /p/i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.2.456-457

“Our Little May” (Pertine), 1866.2.116

“Our Little Newsboy” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.1.139-141

“Our Mothers”, 1864.2.175; (M. J.), 1865.1.141

“Our Museum” /p (Buckeye Boy), 1857.2.79

“Our Pet Kitten” /p (Aunt Lizzie), 1862.2.106

“Our Pets Out-of-Doors” /i, 1857.1.34-40

“Our Picnic” /i, 1867.2.143-147

“Our Portrait Gallery--The Hog” /i, 1862.1.79-80

“Our Sammy” /p (Georgiana), 1857.1.112

“Our Soldiers” /p (Blue-Eyed Lora), 1864.2.69

Our Soldier's Grave” /p (Belle P. R.), 1865.1.87

“Our Sons” /p, 1871.2.154

“'Our Summer House'” /i, 1860.1.73-75

“Our Surprise Party” /i (C. A. K.), 1860.2.69-72

“Our Thoughts”, 1863.2.151

“Our Toils and Their Reward”, 1859.2.4

“'Our War-Worn, Fulgent Flag'” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1863.1.145

“Our Watchie” (Frances Adeline Seward, as "Pansy"), 1856.2.175

“Our Willie” /p (H. H.), 1864.1.85

“Our Winter Garden” /p (M. R. W.), 1870.1.119-120

“Out in the Storm” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.1.240

“Out of School” /p/i, 1866.2.69-70

“Out On the Ocean” /i (Sophie May), 1864.1.102-105

“Outfit for a Bride in Egypt”, 1848.2.173

“Over the Cradle” /p/i, 1863.2.165

“Owen Farrell” /i, 1845.1.114

“Owen Glendower's Oak” /i, 1854.1.148-149

“Owl, The” /p/i (Butler), 1847.1.61

“Owls and Eagles” /i, 1841.1.5-7

“Ox Kind, The--The Syrian Ox” /i, 1850.1.184-185


“Pacha of Egypt and His Navy, The”, 1845.2.258

“Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, L.I.” /i, 1857.1.87-88

“Pagans in the United States”, 1852.1.22

“Page for Little Readers, A”, 1842.1.187-188; 1842.2.30-31

“Page in Natural History, A”, 1851.1.29-30

“Pagoda, A” /i, 1853.2.185-186

“Painter and His Master, The”, 1842.1.27

“Painting on Porcelain” (E. C. J.), 1869.2.426-429

“Palace of the Escurial” /i, 1855.2.33-34

“Palisadoes, The” /i, 1843.2.14

“Palissy, the Potter” (Cousin Mary), 1868.2.304-307

“Palm-Tree, The” /i, 1860.2.73-74

“Palmyra” /i, 1852.2.65-72

“Pandora's Box” /p (S. W. Lander), 1872.1.250-251

“Pangolin, The” /i, 1859.2.86-87

“Panther Hunt, The”, 1854.2.217-221

“Panther Story, A” (I. B. B.), 1857.2.100

“Paper”, 1847.2.159

“Paper-Makers”, 1845.1.35

“Paper Nautilus, The” /i, 1842.1.79

“Papua Boat, A” /i, 1851.2.106

“Papyrus, The” /i, 1844.1.55

“Parable of Conscience, A”, 1871.1.143-144

“Parents” (Johnson), 1849.2.60

“Parley and His Friends--A Dialogue”, 1848.2.56-57

“Parlor Ball, The”, 1856.1.178-179

“Parrhasius”, 1851.2.165

“Parrot, The” /i, 1846.2.98-100; /i, 1867.2.65

“Parrots” (L. B. U.), 1870.2.41-42

“Parsees, The” /i, 1872.1.180-183

“Parting, The” /p, 1857.2.70

“Partridge, The” /i, 1851.2.175-176

“Passage of Mountains in India”, 1843.2.23-24

“Passing Away” /p (W. A. R.), 1865.1.86

“Passing Thought, A”, 1852.2.111

“Passion-Flower, The” /i, 1845.2.280

[Passions], 1845.2.322

“Pat and the Alphabet”, 1849.1.56-57; 1854.2.228

“Patch-Work Quilt, The” /p (L. D. Nichols), 1871.1.62-63

[Patience], 1856.2.15

“Patience and Anagrams” /i, 1862.1.179-180

“Patience and Goodness Rewarded” /i (L. E.), 1862.2.112-113

“Patient Grissel” /i, 1847.2.168-170

“Patient Sufferer, The” /i, 1857.1.79-80

“Patmos” /i, 1849.1.19-20

“Patrick Henry”, 1843.1.82; 1843.2.84

“Patriotism” /i, 1843.2.155-156

“Pat-riotism”, 1844.1.63

“Paul Goldschmeid, the Boy Fiddler” (Fritz), 1860.2.139-141; 1860.2.164-166

“Paul the Apostle” /i, 1849.1.49-50

“Peace at the Cross” /p/i, 1862.2.174

“Peach Seeds”, 1841.1.37

“Peaches, The”, 1845.1.113; 1848.2.162

“Peacock, The” /i, 1863.2.51-52; /i, 1864.1.167

“Peacocks, The” /i, 1854.1.122-123

[The Peak of Teneriffe], 1843.2.84

“Pearl Fishery, The” /i, 1850.2.53-55

“Peasant and His Horse, The”, 1853.2.108

“Pebble and the Acorn, The” /p, 1846.2.147

“Pedlar, The” /i, 1851.1.125-126

“Peep at Architecture, A”, 1846.1.85-87; 1846.1.103-106; 1846.1.146-147; 1846.2.83-85

“Peep at the Seat of War, A” /i, 1858.1.41-42

“Peep Into My Kaleidoscope” /i (Uncle Will), 1861.1.8-10

“Peeps at Paris": "The Castle of Flowers”, 1848.1.24-27; "Getting a Living in the Streets”, 1848.1.54-57; "Getting a Living in the Streets Continued”, 1848.1.8791; "The Prince of Conjurers”, 1848.1.118-121

“Pelican, The” /i, 1841.1.36-37; /i, 1851.1.21-22

“Penguins” /i, 1849.2.78-79

“Penitent, The” /i (Leila), 1859.1.106-107

“People of the Landes, The” /i, 1849.2.47-48

[A perfect orchestra], 1844.2.162

“Performing Dogs, The”, 1870.2.270-272

“Perils of Fishing, The” /i, 1859.1.162-164

“Perils of the Wilderness” /i (Lights and Shadows..Amer. Hist.), 1848.1.8485

Perseverance, 1854.2.295; "Its Value” /i, 1856.1.84

“Perseverance and Energy Insure Success”, 1871.1.156

“Perseverance Brings Success”, 1871.1.127

“Perseverance Rewarded”, 1845.1.61

“Persevere!” /p, 1856.2.169

“Persia” /i, 1844.1.120-122

“Persian Antiquities” /i, 1857.2.174-175

“Persian Fable, A”, 1845.2.366-368

“Persian Story, A” (Peggy Betsey), 1848.2.148-151

“Personal Appearance of James I”, 1845.2.233

“Personal Character of Books”, 1846.1.122

“Personal Movements” (Springfield Republican), 1850.1.163

“Persuadable Pig, The” /i (E. C. J.), 1868.2.289-300

“Pet, The” /i, 1848.2.45-46; /p (Louisianian), 1852.2.118-119

“Pet Chicken, The”, 1856.1.182

“Pet Crow, A” /i/p (H. H.), 1860.2.7-8

“Pet Eagle, The” (M. G. Sleeper), 1869.1.264-270

“Pet in a Pet, and How She Got Out of It” /p/i (H. H.), 1858.1.65

“Pet Lamb, The” /p/i, 1855.2.49-50

“Pet Oyster” (English Journal, 1840), 1841.1.187

“Pet Rabbits, The”, 1849.2.163-165

“Pet Robin, The” (Minnie), 1859.2.120-121

“Peter and His lady-Bugs” (Peggy Betsey), 1850.2.41-43

“Peter Botte's Mountain” /i, 1849.1.10-11

“Peter Parley” /i, 1857.1.5-7

“Peter Parley's New Stories": "The Two Seekers” /i, 1842.1.38-40; "About the Three Sisters” /i, 1842.1.92-95; "Truth and Falsehood”, 1842.1.108-110; "The Garden of Peace”, 1842.1.146-148; "Don't Be Too Positive”, 1842.2.86-87

“Peter Parley's Story of the Butterfly and the Frost” /i, 1845.2.257-258

“Peter Pilgrim's Account of His Schoolmates": 1841.1.107-111; 1841.2.27-30; 1841.2.140-143

“Peter Somebody and the Wood-pecker's Nest”, 1843.2.34-35

“Peter the Great of Russia”, 1843.1.112-113; 1852.2.105-106

“Peter the Great” /i, 1866.1.44-45

“Peter the Hermit” /i, 1845.2.274; 1854.2.251

“Petrarch”, 1843.2.74; 1845.2.301-303

“Pets and Sports in Tasmania” (M. G. Sleeper), 1868.2.329-335; 1868.2.398-403; 1868.2.487-493; 1868.2.533-438

“Pheasant, The” /p (Pope), 1847.1.56

“Philanthropic Dog”, 1852.1.92

“Philip Snow's War”, 1863.1.13-19; 1863.1.38-41; 1863.1.69-74; 1863.1.105-108; 1863.1.137141; 1863.1.171-175; 1863.2.15-20; 1863.2.34-40; 1863.2.66-69; 1863.2.101-104; 1863.2.130-135; 1863.2.161-165

“Philopena”, 1859.1.119

“Philosopher and the Ferryman, The”, 1851.1.150

“Philosopher Puzzled, The” (Naturalist), 1844.2.182

[philosophical filler], 1844.2.183; (Browne), 1845.1.30; 1845.1.52; 1845.1.116; 1845.1.159; 1846.2.169; 1851.1.150; 1852.1.84

“Philosophical Showman, The” /i (Chambers's Journal), 1845.1.68-72

“Philosophical Tea-pot, A”, 1841.1.171-172

[philosophy], 1844.1.157; 1844.1.158

“Philosophy of Happiness, The”, 1856.2.15

“Philosophy of War, The” /i/p, 1859.1.65

“Phonography”, 1848.2.146

“Phrenology” /i, 1846.1.126-127

“Physician's Dog, A”, 1844.2.153

“Picked-Up Dinners” (Willy Wisp), 1871.1.68-72

“Picket-Guard, The” /p/i, 1866.1.107-108

“Picnic, The” /i (Helen), 1864.2.13-14

“Pictures” /i, 1847.1.5; 1854.2.196

“Pictures from French History” (C.A. Baker), 1869.1.17-21; 1869.1.69-73; 1869.1.112116; 1869.1.172-180; 1869.1.215-220; 1869.1.258-263; 1869.2.352-356; 1869.2.328-323; 1869.2.498-507; 1869.2.568-574

“Pictures from Old Marblehead” (Blue-Eyed Minnie), 1860.2.50

Pictures of Various Nations”, 1844.1.16-19; 1844.1.56-58; 1844.1.86-88; 1844.1.113-116; 1844.1.146-149; 1844.1.170-172; 1844.2.26-28

“Pierre Ramus” /i, 1843.2.131-133

[Piety], 1863.2.72

“Pigeon Cones” /i, 1844.1.56

“Pigeon's House, The” /p (S. W. L.), 1867.2.151

“Pigeons in the Western States” (Featherstonhaugh), 1845.1.14

“Pigs”, 1844.2.15

“Pike, The”, 1849.1.163

“Pilgrim Fathers, The” (C. Alice Baker), 1871.1.38-45; 1871.1.72-80

“Pilgrim Fathers of New England, The” /i (Hannah H.), 1858.2.162-164

“Pilgrim's Song, A” /p (H. Bonar), 1860.2.12

“Pilgrimage, The” /i, 1851.1.33-34

“Pilgrimages” /i, 1846.2.161-162

“Pilgrims in the Mayflower, The” /i, 1860.1.24-26

“Pilot, The” /p, 1841.2.148; /s, 1845.2.320

“Pine-Apple, The” /i, 1855.1.37-38

“Pins”, 1852.1.56-57

“Pins by the Barrel”, 1851.2.75

“Pinto” /i, 1859.2.118-119

“Pious Mother, A”, 1843.1.87

“Pistols and Bravery” (Jacob Abbott), 1861.1.3-6; 1861.1.33-35; 1861.1.65-68; 1861.1.97100; 1861.1.139-140; 1861.1.161-164; 1861.2.1-4; 1861.2.36-40

“Pitch Lake of Trinidad, The”, 1871.2.281-283

“Pithy Particulars”, 1863.1.166

“'Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place, A'” /p, 1857.2.179

“Plague at Athens” /i, 1851.1.86-88

“Plain Dealing”, 1841.1.26; 1845.1.111

“Plain Gold Ring, The” (G. L. Cranmer), 1863.1.50-51

“Plain Why and Because, The”, 1854.1.174-175

“Plane-Tree, The” /i, 1847.1.189-190

“Plant that Bore Good Fruit, The” /i (Eula Lee), 1867.1.129-132

“Planting Trees” /i, 1856.2.20-21

“Plants”, 1851.2.119; 1858.2.58

“Play Afternoon” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.2.239-240

“Playing Grandmother” /i, 1850.1.5

“Playing Ninepins” /i, 1848.2.136

“Playing Soldier” /i, 1851.1.157-158

“Playing the Old Man a Trick”, 1849.2.83-84

“Plea for Cats, A” (Frances Adeline Seward, as "Pansy"), 1856.1.149

“Plea for the Cat, A” /i/p (E.M.), 1862.2.141-142

“Pleasant Day with the Children, A”, 1852.1.20

“Pleasant Things” /s, 1844.2.188

“Pleasing Passage in a Soldier's Life, A”, 1845.1.115

“Pleasure and Pain--A Dialogue”, 1848.2.17-19

“Pleasures” /p/i, 1849.1.33; /p, 1858.1.50; 1863.1.104

“Pleasures of Life”, 1865.1.10

“Pleasures of Taste, The” (Jane Taylor), 1849.2.141-144

“Pledge, The--A dialogue” /i, 1848.2.29-30

“Plough Boy, The” /p/i, 1854.1.115

“Ploughman, The” /p/i, 1858.1.175

“Pocahontas and Captain Smith” /i, 1850.2.14-16

[poem on kindness] /p, 1843.2.9

[poem], 1845.1.16; (Herbert), 1845.1.46; 1845.1.152; 1845.2.218; (Barrett), 1845.2.233; 1846.1.3; 46.1.23; 1846.1.132; (Shakspeare), 1847.2.182; (Pope), 1848.1.37; 1848.1.37; 1848.2.1; 1848.2.98; (Shakspeare), 1848.2.187; 1849.1.1; 1849.1.24; (Shakspeare), 1849.1.46; (Shakspeare), 1849.1.50; (Sir Walter Scott), 1851.1.30; 1851.1.173; 1852.1.180; 1854.2.309; 1856.1.168; (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.174; (Bus.), 1857.1.12; 1857.1.134; 1857.1.166; 1857.1.170; (Blue-Eyed Minna), 1857.2.145; 1857.2.175; 1858.1.14; 1858.2.83; 1858.2.90; (Mattie Bell), 1858.2.136; 1858.2.148; 1859.1.72; 1859.1.80; (Blue-eyed Minnie), 1859.1.87; 1859.1.144; 1859.1.107; 1859.2.89; 1859.2.115; (Longfellow), 1859.2.117; 1859.2.143; (Mattie Bell), 1860.1.51; 1860.1.58; 1860.2.144; 1860.2.147; 1860.2.151; 1860.2.166; 1861.1.11; 1861.1.100; 1861.1.137; 1861.1.143; 1861.2.41; 1861.2.102; 1861.2.114; 1861.2.116; 1861.2.173; 1862.1.4; 1862.1.69; 1863.1.51; 1863.2.7; 1863.2.77; 1863.2.65; 1863.2.81; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.2.104; 1864.1.145; 1864.1.149; 1864.1.167; 1864.1.184; 1864.2.7; 1864.2.49; 1864.2.85; 1864.2.116; 1865.1.37; 1865.1.40; 1865.1.48; 1865.1.86; 1865.1.108; 1865.1.117; 1865.1.183; 1865.1.115; 1865.2.2; 1866.2.70; 1865.2.79; 1865.2.82; 1866.2.103; (W. A. R.), 1866.2.114; 1866.2.173; 1867.1.4; 1867.2.98; 1867.2.112; 1867.2.142; 1867.2.153

“Poet and the Child, The” /p, 1841.2.111

“Poet's Dog, The”, 1843.2.68-69

“Poetic Conversation with Birds” /p (James Montgomery), 1850.2.74-75

“Poetry and Prose”, 1842.1.188

“Pointed Blow, A”, 1844.2.44

“Polar Bear, The” /i, 1859.1.104-105

“Polar Regions” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.116-120

“Polite Boy, A”, 1866.1.174

“Politeness”, 1843.2.88; 1845.2.326

“Politeness at Home”, 1861.1.54

“Political Grammar”, 1859.1.10

“Polygars, The” /i, 1847.2.49

“Pond Lilies” (M. O. Johnson), 1872.1.201-202

“Poor Creter, A”, 1853.1.96

“Poor Daphne” /i, 1851.1.58-60

“Poor Harry”, 1851.2.149-151

“'Poor Little Trill'” /i (Kruna), 1864.1.180-183

“Poor Man's Cottage, The” /i (Mary Howitt), 1853.2.153-157

“'Poor Milly Grey'” /i, 1865.2.8-12

“Poor Old Man Alone, A” /i, 1852.1.157-158

“Poor Old Paul” /p (H. F. G.), 1848.1.7

“Poor Old Simon” /i, 1851.2.129-133

“Pop Corn” /p (Laura Elmer), 1858.1.164

[Pope], 1862.1.178

“Pope and Swift”, 1853.1.60

“Pope Julius II” /i, 1843.2.108-110

“Popping Corn” /p/i (Kruna), 1867.1.7

“Poppy, The” /p, 1849.2.176

“Population of the Antediluvian World”, 1851.2.133

“Porcupine, The” /i (J. G. Wood), 1871.2.267-273

“Positive and Comparative” /p, 1856.2.86

“Positive Little Girl, The”, 1846.1.139-140

“Post Office Story, A”, 1850.2.22-23

“Potash”, 1847.2.159

“Potato Disease, The”, 1849.2.23

“Potter's House, The” /i, 1856.2.153-155

[Power and liberty] (Saville), 1860.1.132

“Power of Bees, The”, 1844.2.126-127

“Power of Commas, The”, 1864.2.14

“Power of God”, 1841.2.95

“Power of Industry”, 1845.1.124

“Power of Kindness”, 1843.1.43; (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.150-151

“Power of Littles, The” /p, 1864.2.23

“Power of Music”, 1843.1.62; 1849.2.118

“Power of Silence, The” (American Messenger), 1853.1.88

“Power of the Hyphen”, 1850.2.52

“Power of the Imagination”, 1859.2.162

“Power of Thought” (Attractions of Language), 1845.2.205-206

“Powerful Eye, A--The Microscope” /i, 1863.1.19-20

“Practical Advantage of Science”, 1844.2.61

“Practical Joker, The” (Independent), 1854.1.182-183

“Practical Value of Science” (Mr. Spence's Address, January, 1848), 1849.1.47-48

“'Practice at the Bar'” (Buckeye Boy), 1858.1.12

“Practice Kindness When You Can” /p, 1865.2.56

“Prairie Dogs, The” (Washington Irving), 1855.2.25-26

“Prairie Flower, The” /i, 1863.2.147-149

“Praise” (Johnson), 1849.2.77

“Praise the Lord” /p (Leslie), 1864.1.132

“Praise to God” /p (S. W. Lander), 1869.1.135-136

[Praises], 1867.2.84

“Pray Without Ceasing” /p (Jessie Linwood), 1861.2.51

“Prayer” /p/i, 1861.1.120; /p/i (Myrta), 1861.2.137; /p/i, 1864.2.8

“Prayer of Faith, The”, 1852.2.117

“Precept and Practice”, 1843.1.47

“Precious Cat, The”, 1853.2.148

“Precious Stones”, 1847.1.172

“Precocity of Frenchmen”, 1843.2.86-87

“Present Emperor of China, The” /i, 1845.2.217-218

“Presently”, 1860.2.6

“Preserving a Pleasant Remembrance” /p (Leigh Hunt), 1848.2.137

“President Lincoln”, 1866.1.102

“President of the United States” /i, 1849.2.116-118

“President's House, at Washington, The” /i, 1845.1.183

“Presidential Declaration”, 1865.2.52

“'Press On'” /p, 1862.2.55; /p, 1864.1.143

“Pretender and His Sister, The” /i, 1841.2.182-183

“Pretty Birds, The”, 1867.1.141

“Pretty Flower, The” /i/p, 1865.1.97

“Pretty Thought, A” /p, 1854.2.270

“Price of an Opinion, The”, 1850.2.45-46

“Price of Diamonds, The” (Sketches from the Mineral Kingdom), 1853.1.155156

“Priceless Jewel, A”, 1855.2.120

“Pride”, 1849.2.118; /p, 1857.2.152

“Pride and Flowers”, 1866.2.51-54

“Pride Differently Manifested”, 1845.2.275

“Pride Must Fall”, 1843.1.42-43

“Pride of Family”, 1855.1.173

“Pride Shall Have a Fall”, 1845.1.184

“Primitive Pump, A” /i, 1859.2.133-134

“Prince's Fortunes and Misfortunes” /i (F. Cheseboro), 1870.2.261-266

“Princess Anne”, 1843.1.122

“Princess Royal, A” /i, 1845.1.93-94

“Printing” /i (Elvira), 1867.2.40-41

“Printing Press, The” /i, 1846.2.8-9

“Prize Essay on Manliness”, 1862.1.85-86

“Prize, The” /i, 1860.2.177; /p/i (Kruna), 1865.2.65-66

“Proclamation” /p, 1857.1.97-98

“Profanity”, 1843.1.43; 1861.1.115

“Professions and Trades”, 1841.1.94-95

“Professor Frog and His Pupils” /i/p (T. P.), 1860.2.97-99

“Profligate Bees”, 1853.1.81

Prognostics of the Weather”, 1844.2.154-159

“Promotion from the Ranks”, 1844.1.108

“Prophet Jeremiah, The” /i, 1842.1.121-122

[Prosperity], 1863.2.113

“Protestant Missions”, 1852.1.20

“Proverb”, 1841.1.138; 1845.2.334; 1846.1.17; 1846.1.25; 1856.1.143; 1861.1.82

“Proverbs”, 1846.1.140; 1849.1.148; 1856.2.109; 1860.1.121; 1872.2.10

“Proverbs and Sayings of the Chinese”, 1842.2.16

“Proverbs of the Billings Family”, 1862.2.85

“Prussian Exercise, The; a Game for Children”, 1843.1.63

“Psammeticus” /i, 1851.1.122-123

“Public Schools in the City of New York”, 1855.1.178-180; 1855.2.22-24; 1855.2.112113

“Publisher's Soliloquy” /p, 1849.1.70

“Puff!” /s (Alfred Scott Gatty), 1871.1.290

“Puff-Ball and Potato, The”, 1852.1.24-25

“Pug's Mistress”, 1872.2.120

Pukkwana” /i (Aunt Sue), 1858.1.109-113

“Pump, The” /i, 1855.1.14-15

“Pumpkin, The” /p, 1855.2.145

“Pun”, 1845.1.27; 1845.1.56; 1841.1.127; 1861.1.108; 1861.2.47; (S. W., Jr.), 1863.1.41; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.86; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.101; 1863.2.12; 1865.2.73; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.2.135; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.37; (S. Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.119; (S. Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.152; (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.179

“Punch and Judy” /i, 1843.2.73-74

“Punctuality”, 1845.1.56; 1848.1.106; 1864.2.49

“Punctuality is But Honesty”, 1843.1.44

“Puppet” /i (Mary B. Harris), 1871.1.64-68

“Purchases, The” /i, 1853.1.144-147

“Pure in Heart, The”, 1848.2.79

“Puss” /i (Robert Handy), 1871.212-15

“Puss Corrected” /i/p, 1845.1.88

“Pussy's Petition” /s/i, 1869.1.139-141

“Put It Through” /p, 1864.2.65

“Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel” /p, 1864.1.85

“Putting Off Things” /i (Uncle Frank), 1858.1.34-36

“Puzzle”, 1854.2.248; 1854.2.360; (W. H. C.), 1855.2.119-120

Puzzle Drawer": as "Aunt Sue's Bureau”, 1857.1.126; 1857.1.159-160; 1857.2.29-32; 1857.2.93-96; 1858.1.29-32; 1858.1.93-96; 1858.1.157-159; 1858.2.27-29; 1858.2.126-128. as “Aunt Sue's Puzzle Drawer”, 1859.2.31-32; 1859.2.63-64; 1859.2.94-95; 1859.2.128; 1859.2.160; 1859.2.189; 1860.1.30-31; 1860.1.63-64; 1860.1.94-96; 1860.1.126-128; 1860.1.156-159; 1860.1.189192; 1860.2.29-32; 1860.2.61-64; 1860.2.93-96; 1860.2.125-128; 1860.2.157-160; 1860.2.185-188; 1861.1.28-32; 1861.1.59-63; 1861.1.93-96; 1861.1.126-128; 1861.1.157-160; 1861.1.188-192; 1861.2.25-31; 1861.2.62-64; 1861.2.94-96; 1861.2.125-128; 1861.2.157-160; 1861.2.185-188; 1862.1.28-31; 1862.1.61-64; 1862.1.93-96; 1862.1.125-128; 1862.1.157-159; 1862.1.190-192; 1862.2.29-31; 1862.2.62-64; 1862.2.93-96; 1862.2.124-127; 1862.2.157-160; 1862.2.186-188; 1863.1.157-160; 1863.1.27-31; 1863.1.62-64; 1863.1.92-96; 1863.1.125-128; 1863.1.189-191; 1863.2.30-32; 1863.2.63-64; 1863.2.93-95; 1863.2.125-128; 1863.2.158-160; 1863.2.185-188; 1864.1.30-32; 1864.1.62-64; 1864.1.94-96; 1864.1.190-192; 1864.1.126-128; 1864.1.156-159; 1864.2.28-31; 1864.2.63-64; 1864.2.94-96; 1864.2.127-128; 1864.2.159-160; 1864.2.187-188; 1865.1.29-31; 1865.1.63-64; 1865.1.95-96; 1865.1.126-127; 1865.1.158-160; 1865.1.190-192; 1865.2.28-31. as "Fleta Forrester's Puzzle Drawer”, 1865.2.61-64; 1865.2.92-95; 1865.2.125-128; 1865.2.158-160; 1865.2.186-188; 1866.1.157-159; 1866.1.30-32; 1866.1.63-64; 1866.1.92-96; 1866.1.126-128; 1866.1.190-192; 1866.2.30-32; 1866.2.62-64; 1866.2.95-96; 1866.2.127-128; 1866.2.159-160; 1866.2.190-192. as "Aunt Sue's Puzzle Drawer”, 1867.1.3032; 1867.1.63-64; 1867.1.94-96; 1867.1.125-127; 1867.1.158-160; 1867.1.190-192; 1867.2.31-32; 1867.2.62-64; 1867.2.94-96; 1867.2.127-128; 1867.2.158-160; 1867.2.188-189; 1868.1.37-40; 1868.1.78-80; 1868.1.117-119; 1868.1.160-163; 1868.1.203-206; 1868.1.243-246; 1868.2.284-286; 1868.2.324-327; 1868.2.369-372; 1868.2.415-419; 1868.2.464-467; 1868.2.509-511; 1869.1.46-50; 1869.1.96-98; 1869.1.144-146; 1869.1.192-195; 1869.1.239-242; 1869.1.286-290; 1869.2.333-338; 1869.2.377-381; 1869.2.431-435; 1869.2.478-483; 1869.2.576-580; 1869.2.529-532; 1870.1.92-94; 1870.1.43-46; 1870.1.140-142; 1870.1.189-192; 1870.1.241-244; 1870.1.291-293; 1870.2.49-51; 1870.2.96-98; 1870.2.143-146; 1870.2.191-194; 1870.2.237-239; 1870.2.280-284; 1871.1.244-246; 1871.1.51-53; 1871.1.101-102; 1871.1.147-148; 1871.1.195-197; 1871.1.291-293; 1871.2.48-50; 1871.2.97-98; 1871.2.145-146; 1871.2.192-194; 1871.2.289-290; 1871.2.241-242. as ; 1872.1.4850; 1872.1.96-97; 1872.1.146-147; 1872.1.193-194; 1872.1.241-242; 1872.1.291-292; 1872.2.4950; 1872.2.97-98; 1872.2.145-146; 1872.2.193-194; 1872.2.238

“Puzzler, A”, 1843.2.159

“Puzzles” (C.B.F.), 1842.1.31; 1842.1.95-96; 1842.1.126

[puzzles and enigmas], 1848.1.127-128

“Pyramids” /i, 1847.2.28

“Pyramids of Egypt, The” /i, 1844.1.84-86; /i, 1871.2.170-174


“Quack, The” (Knickerbocker), 1845.2.350-351

“Quackery”, 1845.2.230

“Quail, The” /i, 1847.1.191

“Quaker, A”, 1843.1.168

“Quandary, A”, 1850.2.119

“Quarrelsome Cocks, The” /p (Old Major, The), 1860.1.174

“Que” /i (Mary B. Harris), 1870.2.53-58

“Queen Elizabeth, of England” /i, 1841.1.103-107

“Queen Margaret and the Robber” /i, 1848.1.81-83

“Queen Semiramis, The”, 1849.2.165-169

“Queer”, 1843.2.160

“Queer Bequest, A”, 1849.2.87

“Queer Customer, A”, 1850.2.78

“Queer Freaks of Type”, 1864.2.14

“Queer Mouse-trap, A” (Sandersville Telescope), 1846.1.58

“Quere”, 1842.2.16

“Queries”, 1846.1.69

“Question, A”, 1861.1.49

“Question Answered, The”, 1858.1.185

“Question in Long Division, A”, 1867.2.26-27

“Question on Mathematics”, 1844.1.47

“Questions”, 1843.2.123

“Questions and Answers” /p (James Montgomery), 1850.2.55; 1857.2.85-86

“Questions Well Answered”, 1854.1.28

“Quick Wit”, 1854.1.125

“Quiet Study, A”, 1872.1.215-217

[quote], 1846.2.7


“Raccoon, The” /i, 1849.2.40-41

“Race, The” /i, 1843.2.62-63

“Raftsman's First View of a Locomotive, A”, 1856.1.148-149

“Ragged Boy, The” /p (George W. Bungay), 1867.1.24

“Railroad Accident”, 1848.2.120

“Railroads” /i, 1846.1.95-96; 1860.1.139

“Railroads vs. Drunkards” (Temperance Journal), 1851.2.37

“Railways in England” /i, 1846.1.42-44

“Rain” /p (Adelbert Older), 1859.2.87

“Rain Concert, The” /p, 1859.2.121

“Rainbow, The” /p, 1859.2.105

“Raining Tree, The”, 1856.2.86

“Rainy Day, The” (C. E. K.), 1864.2.120

“Rainy-Day Doings” (Kate W. Hamilton), 1869.2.520-523

“Rainy Weather” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1869.2.575

“Rajpoots” /i, 1848.1.111

“Ralph and His Chickens” (Playmate), 1855.2.76-79

“Random Pearls”, 1853.2.85

“Raphael” /i, 1855.1.135-136

“Rash Boy, The” /i/p (Old Major, The), 1860.1.4

“Rat-Panic at Number Eighty-Eight, The” /i (Annie Moore), 1869.1.84-88

“Rat Story” (Deck and Port), 1850.1.181

“Rats”, 1855.1.116-119

“Rattlesnakes” (Glenns' Falls Clarion), 1842.1.144

“Raven, The”, 1845.1.152; /i, 1852.1.21-22

“Raven and the Fox, The” /p, 1846.2.59

“Read, and You Will Know” /p (Mattie Bell), 1863.1.151

“Reading a Dictionary Through”, 1845.1.57

“Reading the Sky”, 1853.1.14

“Ready-made Sausages”, 1848.2.68

“Ready Wit”, 1841.1.31

“Real Culprit, The”, 1844.1.54

“Real Hero, A”, 1843.2.14-15

“Reason and Feeling”, 1847.1.32

“Reason and Instinct” /i (Flaneur), 1871.1.128-129

[rebus], 1864.2.30-31

“Recipe for Happiness, A”, 1857.2.179

“Recitation--Your Mission” /p (Mrs. Ellen M. H. Gates), 1870.2.94-95

“Reconciliation, The” (Vina Clifford), 1866.2.82-84

“Recreations” (Sterne), 1847.2.167; /i, 1855.2.6-7

“Red Squirrels” /i, 1863.2.85-86

“Red, White, and Blue” /p (George W. Bungay), 1862.1.172; /p/i (Lizzie H.), 1864.1.7

“Redeeming the Time”, 1848.1.153

“Re-Enlisted” /p (V. L.), 1865.1.44

“Re-entombment of Napoleon, The” /p/i, 1841.1.27-28

“Reflections” /i, 1842.2.188

“Regicide Judges, The” /i, 1848.2.118-120

“Regulators, The” /i (M. E. D.), 1864.1.170-174

“Reindeer, The” /i, 1847.1.33-34

“Rejoicing Upon the New Year's Coming of Age” /i, 1857.1.45-49

“Relaxation” (Buck's Anecdotes), 1845.1.93

“Relic, A”, 1845.1.50

“Religion” /p, 1851.2.99

“Religious Ceremonies of the Ancient Romans” /i, 1848.2.37-38

[religious filler], 1864.1.138; 1866.1.53

“Remarkable Cat, A”, 1854.1.134

“Remarkable Fountain in Florida”, 1856.1.153

“Remarkable Little Boy, A”, 1846.1.175

“Remarkable Memory” (Miner's History of Wyoming), 1853.2.62

“Remarkable Perfection of Instruments”, 1852.1.4

“Remarkable Story of an Albatros”, 1850.1.179

“Remarks on Painting”, 1848.1.147-148

“Rembrandt” /i, 1845.2.227-228

“Remember”, 1862.2.111

“Remember the Poor” /p/i, 1862.2.135

“Remember This”, 1853.1.112

“Remembrance and Its Flowers” /i, 1850.2.161-163

“Reminiscences of My Pets” (Sigma), 1865.2.76-79

“Remorse”, 1849.1.134

Renny's Uniform” 1862.1.70-73; 1862.1.105-108

“Rent Day” /i, 1848.2.145; /i, 1866.1.109-110

“Repartee, A”, 1845.2.326

“Repentance”, 1842.1.16-17; 1849.1.12

“Request, A”, 1846.2.31

“Reserved Persons”, 1853.1.60

“Residences of the Bakuens, South Africa” /i, 1855.2.17-18

“Resistance to Pain”, 1842.1.40

“Resolute Will Makes a Way for Itself”, 1858.2.76

“Respect Inspired by Benevolence”, 1845.1.61

“Respectful Boy, A”, 1872.1.217

“Rest” /p, 1863.1.145

“Rest Yonder” /p, 1863.2.86

“Resuscitation of Frozen Fish”, 1852.1.157

“Retort, A”, 1842.2.127-128

“Retort Valiant”, 1850.2.175

“Retrospectum; The Chat in By-Gone Days” (Willie H. Coleman), 1858.2.22-23; 1858.2.56-58; 1858.2.89-90; 1858.2.120-122; 1858.2.151-154; 1858.2.184-185

“Return of Reason” (Boston Traveller), 1849.1.136-137

“Reval” /i, 1851.2.52

“Revenge”, 1848.2.187; (M. Y.), 1872.1.222-228

“Rev. S. Wesley”, 1843.1.169

“Revolutionary Story, A”, 1843.2.15-16; 1843.2.100-104; 1843.2.133-138; 1843.2.162-168

“Reward of Justice, The”, 1855.2.52-55

“Reynard, the Filibuster” /i/p, 1856.2.129-130

“Rhinoceros, The”, 1841.2.137-138; /i, 1859.1.120-121

“Rhinoceros' Darling, The”, 1862.2.24

“Rhoda” (Mary E. Pratt), 1872.1.12-19; 1872.1.61-68; 1872.1.105-112; 1872.1.154-161; 1872.1.203-210; 1872.1.252-259; 1872.2.11-19; 1872.2.58-67; 1872.2.123-131; 1872.2.172-180; 1872.2.205-219

“Rhyme for the Season, A” /p/i (Timothy Perry), 1861.1.6-7

“Rhymes for the Children” /p/i (Mrs. L. S. Upham), 1867.1.37-38

“Rhymes for the Months” /p (Mattie Bell), 1859.1.21

“Rhymes for the Nursery” /p/i, 1862.2.178

“Rhyming Grammar” /p (Worcester Cataract), 1846.1.54

“Rich and Poor” /p (Ellen M. H. Gates), 1870.2.202

“Richest Family in the World, The”, 1848.2.89-90

Riddle, 1845.2.282; 1848.1.32; 1848.2.187; 1849.2.144; 1850.1.21; 1850.2.68; 1851.1.124; 1851.1.137; 1852.1.108; /p (S. G. G.), 1853.1.183-184; 1854.1.114; /p, 1854.1.166; /p, 1854.1.169; /p, 1854.2.216; /p, 1854.2.333; 1854.2.337; /p, 1854.2.342; /p, 1854.2.358; /p, 1854.2.373; /p, 1855.1.56; 1855.1.73; /p, 1855.1.98; /p, 1855.1.132; /p (Schiller), 1855.2.132; 1855.2.134; /p, 1855.2.183; 1857.1.83; /p, 1859.1.146; 1860.2.177; 1861.2.20; 1861.2.86; 1864.2.79; 1864.2.101; 1864.2.146; /p (S. E. D.), 1865.1.149; 1865.2.146; 1865.2.180; 1866.1.121; 1866.2.84

Riddles, 1849.1.104; /p, 1855.2.18; /p, 1855.2.103; 1859.2.69

“Ride, The” /i, 1859.1.130-133

“Ride, Gratis, A”, 1848.2.117

“Ridicule”, 1845.2.295

“Riding Crocodiles” /i, 1849.1.174

“Riding in a Circle”, 1857.2.152

“Rill from the Town Pump, A” /i (Nathaniel Hawthorne), 1856.2.49-54

“Ripple” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1870.1.214-221

“Rising Genius”, 1844.2.182

“River, The, A Song” /s, 1841.1.96

“River Jordan, The”, 1860.2.44

“River Nile, The” /i, 1844.2.38-39; /i, 1861.1.106-108

“Rivers”, 1842.2.135

“Rivulet, The” /s, 1848.2.32

“Road to Ruin, The” /i (Pearl Peveril), 1866.2.47-50

“Robert Burns” /i, 1857.2.65-67; /i, 1847.1.10-11

“Robert Fulton” /i, 1845.1.151-152

“Robert Garfield” /i (F. W. A. P.), 1868.2.249-254

“Robert Merry in Minnesota” /i, 1856.1.43-46; 1856.1.77-80; /i, 1856.1.97-102

“Robert Merry's Chat with His Friends”, see "Merry's Chat With His Friends"

“Robert of Lincoln” /p/i (William C. Bryant), 1856.2.113-114

“Robin, The”, 1842.1.34-35; /s, 1845.2.288; /i, 1854.1.185-188

“Robin Goodfellow” /i, 1847.2.179-180

“Robin Hood” /i, 1847.2.92-95; /i, 1853.2.112-115; /p (I. M. W.), 1858.1.74

“Robin in His Father's Boots” /p/i (Old Major, The), 1862.1.68-69

“Robin Redbreast” /p/i, 1871.1.50

“Robin Redbreast's Picnic” /i, 1849.2.182-186

“Robin Redbreasts, The” /p/i, 1862.1.39

“Robin's Last Call” /p (Ellis Gray), 1872.2.225

“Robin's Lullaby, The” /s, 1845.1.160

“Robin's Song, The” /p, 1864.2.38

“Rock of Gibraltar, The” /i, 1843.1.74-75

“Roger Sherman and John Randolph”, 1852.2.57

“Rogue in Paris, A”, 1847.2.116-117

“Rogue's Policy, A”, 1847.1.15

“Rohillas, The” /i, 1848.1.142-144

“Rolling Hoop” /i, 1851.1.155-156

“Rollo in Europe” /i, 1859.1.174-176

“Rollo in Rome” /i, 1859.1.85-87

“Roman Aqueducts” /i, 1855.2.73-75

“Roman Judge, A”, 1843.1.82

“Roman Philosopher, A”, 1848.2.91

“Roman Standards” /i, 1866.2.164

“Roman Story, A” /i, 1843.1.69-74

“Roman Triumphal Procession” /i, 1850.1.30

“Romance of Manufactures” /i, 1846.1.4-12

“Rose, The” /s, 1846.1.96

“Rose, and Her 'Cabinet' of Shells” /i (Kruna), 1867.2.33-38

“Rose and the Zephyr, The” /p/i (Adelbert Older), 1861.1.69

“Rose in the Vale, The” /p (Old Major, The), 1857.1.105

“Rose of Vulture Mountain, The” /i (S. W. Lander, Fairy Bells), 1871.2.222229

“Rosicrucians, The”, 1852.1.47-52

“Rough” /i (M. R. O.), 1871.1.208-212

“Rough Diamond, The”, 1852.2.90

“Round Towers of Ireland” /i, 1847.1.161-162

“Rover” /p/i, 1857.2.50

“Royal Oak, The” /i, 1848.2.80-81

“Royal Tiger, The” /i, 1847.1.1-2

“Royal Visit to a Menagerie”, 1850.1.131

“Rub or Rust” /p (Ebenezer Elliot), 1852.2.43

“Ruby--A True Story” /i (Aunt Martha), 1861.1.151-152

“Ruined Villa, The” /p/i (Nina Gordon), 1862.1.40-41

“Ruins at Lindisfarne” /i, 1855.1.33-34

“Ruins of Babylon” /i, 1842.2.24

“Ruins of Jericho as They Now Appear” /i, 1842.2.129-130

“Ruins of Nineveh” /i, 1852.2.55-57; /i, 1857.2.72-74

“Ruins of Persepolis, The”, 1852.1.176-177

“Ruins of St. Bartolph at Colchester” /i, 1855.1.97-98

“Ruins of the Temple of Karnac” /i, 1853.2.50-51

“Ruins of the Brinkburn Priory in Northumberland, England” /i, 1855.1.161-162

“Rule for Making Enigmas” (Black-Eyed Teddie), 1858.1.88-89

“Rules for Conversation”, 1846.1.158

“Russia” /i, 1867.1.22-23

“Russian and His Sleigh, The” /i, 1846.2.26

“Russian Bed” /i, 1849.2.19

“Russian Elk and Bears” /i, 1866.1.16-17

“Russian Soldier's Story, The” /i (D. K.), 1871.1.263-266

“Russian Wedding, A” (Thompson's Life in Russia), 1849.1.45-46

“Rustic Mirror, The” /i/p (M. R. W.), 1871.2.188-189


“Sabbath Among the Onondagas, A”, 1849.1.45

“Sabbath-Breaking”, 1843.1.42

“Sabbath Morning Bells” /s (Mrs. C. G. Goodwin), 1863.2.96

“'Sabbath-School Chestnuts, The'” /i, 1864.1.150-151

“Sad Chapter in History, A” /i, 1852.2.99-104

“Sad Story of Sohrab, The”, 1852.1.27-29

“Safety of Silence” (Kossuth), 1863.1.68

“Sagacious Dog, A”, 1841.1.125; 1849.1.176; 1862.1.19

“Sagacity in a Dog”, 1850.1.163

“Sagacity of a Cat” (Stockport paper), 1843.1.60-61; 1867.2.142

“Sagacity of a Horse”, 1846.2.59

“Sagacity of Birds”, 1845.1.39

“Sagacity of the Dog”, 1850.1.52

“Sagacity of the Crow”, 1855.2.79

“Sagacity of the Elephant” /i, 1852.2.3-5

“Sage”, 1847.2.159

“Sailing the Boats” /p (George Cooper), 1871.2.107

“Sailor Boy, The” /i, 1853.1.51-52; /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.10-15

“Sailor in a Coach, A”, 1844.2.185

“Sailor in Trouble, The”, 1850.1.163

“Sailor's Departure, The” /i/p, 1859.2.97

“Sailor's Evening Song, The” /p, 1851.1.34

“Sailor's Family, The” /i, 1841.1.21-23

“St. Agnes” (Anna M. L. Moseley), 1872.2.94-96

“St. Bernard Dog, The” /i, 1871.2.236-239

“St. Dunstan”, 1852.1.59-61

“St. Patrick” /i, 1850.2.65-66

“St. Patrick and Father Matthew”, 1844.1.53-54

“St. Petersburg Anecdote, A” (Atkinson's Pictures from the North), 1851.1.84

“St. Regis Church Bell” (S. C. S.), 1857.2.71

“Salt in the Water of the Sea”, 1850.1.138

[Salt Lake], 1862.2.151

“Salt Water Scene, A”, 1843.2.147

“Samson” /i, 1852.2.29-30

“Sandwich Islands, The”, 1852.1.85

“Santa Anna” /i, 1845.1.77

“Santa Claus Caught at Last”, 1849.1.137

“Sarah's Reward” /i, 1863.1.119

“Saratoga Springs” (E.), 1859.2.107

“Sardanapalus” /i, 1848.2.157-158

“Sardis”, 1851.2.47

[Satan], 1848.2.22

“Satchel Full of Uneasiness, A” /i (L. E.), 1858.1.80-82

“Saturday Afternoon” /p, 1860.1.75

“Saturday Evening” /p, 1854.1.121

“Saturday Night”, 1841.2.90-92

“Savage and Civilized State, The”, 1850.1.185-186

“Saved By a Fiddle” /i (Sir Lascelles Wraxall), 1872.2.149-154

“'Saved'”, 1864.2.86

“Saxons, The” /i, 1855.1.11-12

“Scape-Goat, The” /i, 1851.2.1

“Scene at Sea, A” /i (James), 1848.2.107

“Scene in a Country Schoolhouse” (Carolus Piper), 1856.2.102

“Scene in a Railroad Office”, 1850.1.156

“Scene in Boston, A”, 1849.2.123-124

“Scene in France, A” /i, 1846.1.113

“Scene in Lapland” /i, 1850.2.22

“Scene in New York, A” (Infanta), 1850.1.162-163

“Scenery of the Rhine” /i, 1861.2.173

“Scenes from My Window” /i (Hildegarde), 1865.2.165-167

“School” /i/p (L. D. Nichols), 1870.1.139

“School-Girl's Confession, The” /p (Mrs. L. D. Shears), 1861.2.73

“School-Girls' Christmas-Eve, The” /i (J. E.), 1866.2.176-180

“School Houses in New York” /i, 1855.2.87-89

“School-Ma'am, The” /i, 1843.1.154-155

“School Sonnet” /p, 1856.1.181

“Schoolmaster, The”, 1848.1.60

“Schoolmates, The” (Cornelius M. Gibbs), 1860.2.79-81

[Science and sound mind], 1857.2.45

[scientific filler], 1844.2.118; 1844.2.122

“Scorn Not the Lowly” /p, 1861.1.177

“Scotch Deacons”, 1845.1.95

“Scotch Degrees”, 1845.1.184

“Scotch Elder and Noah Webster's Spelling Book, The” (Hartford Courant), 1851.2.24-25

“Scotch Music”, 1850.1.137-138

“Scotch Shepherd and His Dog Sirrah, The” /i, 1851.1.148-150

“Scotland” /i, 1853.1.191-194

“Scott”, 1844.2.131

“Scottish Lakes” /i, 1852.1.147

“Scottish Scenery” /i, 1860.1.142-143

“Scottish Shepherd, The” /i, 1846.2.30-31

“Scottish Thistle, The”, 1842.2.128

“Scraps”, 1852.1.153; 1852.2.48; 1853.2.30; 1853.2.77; 1853.2.96; 1855.1.10; 1855.1.27; 1855.1.38; 1855.1.86; 1855.2.149

“Scraps from English History” (Kitty Carroll), 1871.2.15

“Scriptural Name, A”, 1853.2.163

“Scripture Confirmed”, 1852.1.17

“Sculpture of a Galley in the Ruins of Nineveh” /i, 1851.2.88

“Sea, The”, 1844.1.45; /p/i, 1860.2.118

“Sea Battles” /i, 1848.2.138-139

“Sea Breezes” (J.E. McC.), 1864.2.97-99; 1864.2.145-146; 1865.1.8-10; 1865.1.47-48; 1865.1.109-110

“Sea-Shore, The” /i (Juvenile Miscellany), 1849.1.135-136

“Sea-Weed” /i, 1842.1.157-158; /i, 1850.2.123-125

“Seafaring Cats” (J. E.), 1865.1.118

“Seal, The” /i, 1849.1.26-29

“Seals” (J. G. Wood), 1872.1.37-41

“Searching for Hidden Gold”, 1841.1.31

“Seasons, The”, 1843.1.97-99; /p (Montgomery), 1851.2.49; /p (C. H. Nearpass), 1861.1.85

“Secrecy”, 1847.2.64

“Secret, The”, 1841.1.159; /p (Franc Lynne), 1869.1.203-204; /p/i (Mary R. Whittlesey), 1872.2.133-134

“Secret of Success” /i, 1865.1.66

“Secret of the Sunflower, The” /p (Lilliput Levee), 1871.1.168

“Secret Out, in Spite of the Teeth, The”, 1848.2.135

“Secretary Falcon, The” /i, 1862.2.105-106

“Seeds” /p/i, 1867.2.112

“Seeing” /i, 1842.2.65-66

“Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us”, 1862.1.182-184

“See-Saw” /i, 1848.1.137

“Seige of Plat‘a” /i, 1848.2.176-178

“Selah!” /i, 1849.1.21-22

“Self Advice” /p, 1851.2.105

“Self-Conquest” /i, 1864.1.146-149; 1864.1.176-179

“Selfish Boy, The” (Martin's Treasury of Knowledge), 1842.2.177-178

“Self-Reflection, A” /p, 1846.1.121

“Selfish Richard” /i, 1862.2.143-144

“Selling Joseph” /p/i, 1863.2.33

“Seneca Lake” /p, 1848.1.153

“Sense of Hearing, The” /i, 1842.1.161-162

“Sense of Pain, The”, 1848.2.60

“Sense of Taste, The” /i, 1842.2.1-2

“Sense of Touch, The” /i, 1842.2.33-34

“Sensibility”, 1842.1.68

“Sensibility is Not Virtue”, 1851.2.102

“Sensible Dog, A” /i, 1848.2.11

“Sentinel, The” /p/i (Pertine), 1863.1.87

“September” /i, 1843.2.65; /i, 1844.2.65-66; /i, 1848.2.65-67; /i, 1854.2.259-260

“September Thoughts”, 1843.2.87-88

“Serenade” /p, 1853.1.95

“Serpent Charmers” /i, 1859.1.142-144

“Serpent of Rhodes, The”, 1855.2.133-134

“Serpents” /i, 1850.2.39-41

“Serpents in South America” (Humboldt), 1850.1.12-13

“Servants in America” (Sir J. Alexander's L'Acadie), 1850.1.155-156

“Seven birds' Nests”, 1855.1.174

“Seven Wise Men of Greece, The” /i, 1850.2.69-73

“Seventy-seven Years Ago” /i, 1852.1.161-166

“Several Varieties of Dogs, The” /i, 1842.1.72-73

“Sewing Ripper, The” /i, 1865.1.63

“Sewing-Machine, The”, 57.2.182; /p, 1858.1.29

“Shad Fisheries” /i, 1851.1.112

“Shadow, The” /i, 1856.1.179; /p (Peter Parley), 1859.1.10

“Shadow on the Sundial, The” /p, 1847.1.20

“Shadow Pictures” /i, 1867.1.85

“Shadows”, 1861.2.151; /p (Fezza), 1860.2.168

“Shadows” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.1.65-66

“Shah Abbas”, 1852.2.42-43

“Shaker School, The” /i (Uncle T.), 1860.1.178-179

“Shakspeare” /i, 1847.1.76-78

“'Shall I Learn to Dance?'”, 1864.1.24

“Shall We Sing in Heaven?” /s, 1862.1.160

“Shark Story, A”, 1843.2.69-70

“Shark Story, The” /i, 1847.2.115-116

“Sharp Reply, A”, 1843.2.159

“Sharp Retort”, 1844.1.111

“She Did Her Duty” (James), 1848.2.172

“Sheep and the Goat, The” /p, 1871.2.135-136

“Shells” /i, 1850.1.57-58

“Shenstone and the Robber”, 1843.2.56

“Shepherd Boy and His Dog, The”, 1846.2.137-139

“Shetland Full Dress”, 1845.1.56

“Shetland Pony, The” /i, 1841.1.188-189; 1846.2.95

“Shocking”, 1841.1.119

“Shoe-black and His Dog, The”, 1844.1.63

“Shoemaking in France”, 1846.1.36

“Shoes and Stockings” (Kitty Carroll), 1870.2.259-261

“Shops in London” /i, 1843.1.114-115

[shops in Oxford Street] /i, 1845.2.321-322

“Short Chapter on Birds” /i (Cousin Zaydee), 1859.1.68-69

“Short Creed, A”, 1860.1.117

“Short Dialogue”, 1854.2.326

“Short Dialogue on Things”, 1851.2.134-136; 1851.2.186

“Short Sermons to News-Boys” /i, 1866.1.178-182

“Shoulder of Mutton, The”, 1843.2.147

“Shoveling Up Dollars”, 1855.2.175

“Shower” /p (Rev. Ralph Hoyt), 1854.2.337

“Shower of Ashes”, 1841.1.191

“Shrewd Arbiter, A”, 1860.1.180

“Shrewd Thief, A”, 1846.1.138

“Shrine of San Rosalia, at Palermo” /i, 1843.1.129-130

“Shrines and Pilgrimages”, 1849.1.57-59

“Siberian Brides”, 1853.2.46

“Siberian Sable-Hunter, The” 1841.2.1-6; 1841.2.33-37; 1841.2.69-72; 1841.2.103-106; 1841.2.156-158; 1842.1.7-11; 1842.1.65-68; 1842.1.122-124; 1842.2.2-7; 1842.2.50-54; 1842.2.8891; 1842.2.109-125; 1842.2.146-151; 1842.2.166-169

“Siberian Seasons”, 1845.1.56

“Sicilian Vespers, The”, 1843.1.54

“Sicily” /i, 1852.1.86-87

“Siege of Belgrade, The” /p, 1855.1.140

Signers of the Declaration of Independence" (Ralph Wilson), 1859.1.69

“Significant”, 1844.1.4

“Signs of the Weather” /p, 1842.2.187

“Signs of the Zodiac” /i, 1843.1.104; /i, 1862.2.15

“Silence”, 1870.2.220

“Silk Dressing-Gowns of Japan, The”, 1851.2.25

“Silk-Worm, The”, 1845.1.185

“Silly Boy, The” /p/i, 1862.2.80

“Silver and Gold” (Author of the Martin and Nelly books), 1862.1.1-4; 1862.1.35-39; 1862.1.75-78; 1862.1.98-101; 1862.1.130-183; 1862.1.161-166; 1862.2.19-24; 1862.2.36-41; 1862.2.67-71; 1862.2.101-105; 1862.2.170-174; 1862.2.130-133

“Silver and Gold” /p/i (Ellis Gray), 1872.2.92-94

“Silver Fox, The” /i, 1851.2.76

“Silver Skates, The” /i, 1866.1.37-43

“Silver Spoon, A” ( E. C. J.), 1869.1.205-211

“Silver Thaw, The”, 1861.1.45

“Silvertone and Slate” /i (Kruna), 1866.1.161-163

“Similar Ideas of Different Authors” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1860.2.42

“Similes” /p, 1842.2.16

“Simon Bolivar” /i, 1852.1.44-45

“Simple Rule, A”, 1857.1.22

“Simple Truth, The” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.1.131-133

“Simple Truth, The”, 1854.1.151-152

[Simplicity] (Sterne), 1849.2.57

“Simplon, The” /i, 1848.2.173

“Sincerity” (S. S. S.), 1841.2.81-83

[Sincerity and insincerity], 1845.1.176

“Sing Me a Song” /p/i (Jennie Jenkins), 1861.2.129

“Singing Mouse, A” /i (D. F.), 1864.1.39-41

“Singular, Not Plural”, 1842.1.188

“Singular Trance”, 1851.2.16

“Sir Christopher Wren”, 1843.1.167; /i, 1848.1.28-29

“Sir Francis Drake” /i, 1855.2.117

[Sir Isaac Newton], 1844.2.90

“Sir Loin”, 1844.1.123

“Sir Matthew Hale”, 1843.1.12

“Sir Philip Sidney” /i, 1845.2.214-215; 1847.1.63

“Sir Richard Jeer”, 1845.1.113

“Sir Thomas Lawrence”, 1845.2.281-282

“Sir Walter Raleigh”, 1850.1.50.1.67

“Sir Walter Scott” /i, 1846.2.165-166; 1847.2.61; 1849.1.178

“Sister” /i, 1843.1.57

“Sister Mary's Grave” /p/i, 1856.2.69

“Sisters, The” /p (H. H.), 1859.2.69

“Six Spinners, The”, 1848.1.77-78

“Sixty-Six Dollars” /i (Mary B. Harris), 1872.1.5-9

“Size of Books, The”, 1857.1.75

Skating--Woman's Rights” /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1857.1.33

“Skating--A Convention” /p/i (H. H.), 1857.1.74-75

“Skating and Sliding in Different Countries” /i, 1849.2.37-39

“Skating Match at Alderville, The” /i, 1869.1.4-12

“Skating Party, The” /i (Minnie), 1851.2.170-174

“Skating Rink at Alderville” /2/i, 1869.1.59-63

“Skating to Bluevale” /i, 1863.1.3-6

“Skating with the Girls” /p/i (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.55

“Skein of Thread, The” /i/p (H. H.), 1860.1.23

“Skeleton of a Bird” /i, 1842.2.47

“Sketches from English History” /#1-2/i, 1851.1.47-52

“Sketches in Egypt” /i, 1844.1.165-169

“Sketches of the Manners, Customs, and History of the Indians of America”, 1841.1.116-119; 1841.1.140-144; 1841.1.181-187; 1841.2.14-16; 1841.2.54-60; 1841.2.121-124; 1841.2.135-137; 1841.2.161-171; 1842.1.17-21; 1842.1.41-45; 1842.1.74-76; 1842.1.97-101; 1842.1.131-134; 1842.1.165-173; 1842.2.17-24; 1842.2.38-45; 1842.2.72-78; 1842.2.141-143

“Skunk, The”, 1848.2.48-49

“Slander, a Fable”, 1848.2.135

“Slander”, 1860.2.22

“Sleeper, The” /p (M.), 1854.1.174

“Sleepy Harry” /p, 1843.1.191

“Sleepy Simon” /i, 1850.2.156-157

“Sleigh Riders, The” /p/i (Uncle William), 1865.1.41

“Sleigh-Riding” /p (Mattie Bell), 1860.1.14; /i (Uncle William), 1864.1.42-43

“Sliding Party, A; A Mother's Story”, 1843.1.81-82

“Sloth, The” /i, 1849.2.76-77

“Sly Couple, A”, 1844.2.182

“Small Courtesies”, 1865.2.139

“Small Enemies”, 1855.1.134

“Small Matters”, 1844.2.28

“Small Tail Movement, The”, 1851.2.78-79

“Small Things” /p, 1856.2.152

“Small Vices”, 1864.1.83

“Smart Boy, A”, 1850.2.163

“Smart Girls”, 1866.1.116

“Smelling” /i, 1842.1.129-131

“Smiles” /p, 1843.1.48

“Smith's Potatoes” /p (Old Major, The), 1860.1.86

“Smithsonian Institute, The” /i, 1850.1.152

“Smoke and the Kite, The” (Hiram H.), 1858.1.83-85

“Smoking and Genius”, 1865.2.168

“'Smoky Jim'” /p/i, 1864.1.161

“Smuggler, The”, 1843.2.68

“Smuggler's Trick, A”, 1850.2.43

“Snail that Came of a Distinguished Family, The” (F. G. H.), 1864.2.115-116

“Snail, The” /i, 1842.2.108-109; /i, 1852.1.115

“Snake Spittle”, 1871.2.112-114

“Snake's Eggs, The” /p (Old Major, The), 1860.2.68

“Snake-Charmers of India, The” (W. H.), 1872.2.131-132

“Snow” /p (S.), 1856.2.22; /i/p (H. H.), 1858.2.161; /p (Evening Star), 1866.1.45

“Snowball” /i (Sarah), 1861.1.10-11; /p/i (H. H.), 1862.1.7

“Snow-balling” /i, 1844.1.46-47

“Snow-Bird, The” /s, 1848.1.64; /i/p, 1866.2.185; /p (Rose Scott), 1869.1.74

“Snow Drift, The” /i, 1843.1.95-96; /i, 1843.1.124-125

“Snow-Drop, The” /s, 1844.2.64

“Snow-Flake” /p/i (Mrs. M. O. Johnson), 1870.2.170-171

“Snow Flakes, The” /s, 1844.1.64; /p (Mattie Bell), 1859.1.21; /i/p (Charlotte Lee), 1865.1.71; /p/i (Miss Jeannie Burns), 1867.1.48

“Snow-House, The” /i/p (H. H.), 1858.1.33

“Snow Man, The” /i, 1843.1.8-9; /p (Marian Douglas), 1871.2.254

“Snow Spirit, The” /i (H. H.), 1859.1.11

“Snow-Storm, The” /s, 1842.1.64; /i, 1850.1.33-38; /i (Marion), 1851.2.154-155

“Snow-Storm on the Prairies, A” (Uncle Tim), 1865.2.179-180

“Snuff-Taking”, 1844.1.59-60

“Soap Bubbles” /i, 1849.2.145-146

“Sociable Visitors, The”, 1862.1.149

“Sociable Weavers, The” /i, 1841.1.2-3

“Socrates”, 1844.2.185; 1845.1.146

“Soft Answer, The”, 1865.1.108

“'Soft Answer Turneth Away Wrath, A'”, 1843.1.44

“Soft Pillows” (Old Major, The), 1857.1.179

“Solar System, The” /p, 1845.1.61

“Soldier and the Thistle, The” /i, 1867.2.49-50

“Soldier Boy, The” /p (Kruna), 1865.1.77-79

“Soldier of Soudan” /i, 1847.1.9

“Soldier's Daughter, The” /i/p (O.E.C.), 1861.1.36

“Soldier's Rest, The” /i, 1856.1.15

“Soldier's Return, The” /i (Kruna), 1865.2.1

“Soldiers Everywhere” /i, 1851.2.120-212

“Soliloquy of a Water-Wagtail” /p (James Montgomery), 1850.2.13

“Solon, the Grecian Lawgiver” /i, 1842.1.25-26

“Some Matters and Things in China” /i, 1861.1.83-85

“Somebody Not Pleased with His Name”, 1858.2.84-88

“Something About Bees” /i, 1862.1.102-104

“Something About China” /i, 1858.1.139-140

“Something About Cotton” /i (Uncle Frank), 1859.1.54-55

“Something About Frogs” /i (G. R.), 1856.2.76-77

“Something About Geographers” /i, 1860.2.161-163

“Something About Government” /i, 1843.1.36-38

“Something About Miss Minnie” /i, 1856.2.141-143

“Something About Monkeys” /i (Frances Adeline Seward, as "Pansy"), 1856.2.19

“Something About Mr. Frost” /i/p (Juvenile Miscellany), 1848.1.10-12

“Something About Oxygen” /i (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.2.67-70

“Something About the Winds: Hurricanes, Storms, etc.” /i, 1850.2.169-173

“Something About the Weather” /i, 1850.2.151-155

“Something About the Month of February” /i, 1854.1.37-39

“Something About Your Name” (Kitty Carroll), 1869.1.136-138

“Something New Under the Sun” /i/p, 1860.2.67-68

“Something Wonderful”, 1841.1.144

“Something Worth Cultivating” /i, 1867.1.145

“Song” /p (T. Moore), 1848.2.79; /p (Mattie Bell), 1859.2.105

“Song for a Christmas Tree, A” /p/i (L. M. Alcott), 1867.2.179-180

“Song for Jennie Jenkins” /p (Uncle Tim), 1862.2.115

“Song for May Morning” /p (P. B.), 1846.1.139

“Song for Our Soldiers” /p/i (Alice Carey), 1864.2.65

“Song for the New Year” /p/i (Rev. F. Bottome), 1863.1.1

“Song for the Children, A” /p (L. D. Nichols), 1868.2.498-500

“Song for the Fourth of July” /p, 1851.2.30

“Song My Mother Sang, The” /p (M. Jennie Secor), 1861.2.49

“Song of Autumn” /p (Cora), 1849.1.89

“Song of Bob Lincoln, The” /p (Uncle Tim), 1858.2.4

“Song of Harmony, The” /i (B. C. J. C.), 1871.2.197-205

“Song of Steam, The” /p (Geo. W. Cutter), 1849.1.23-24

“Song of the Bird” /i, 1871.2.130-135

“Song of the Exile, The” /p (Fleta Forrester), 1858.1.144

“Song of the Fairy Queen” /p, 1857.2.74

“Song of the Harvesters” /i/p (S. D. Harris), 1854.2.309

“Song of the Rose, The” /p (T. E. D.), 1870.2.42

Song of the Snow-Bird, The” /i/s (Francis C. Woodworth), 1858.1.22-29

“Song of the Spring, A” /p (Aunt Milly), 1869.1.263

“Song of the Swallow” /p/i, 1860.1.137

“Song of the Tree-Toad” /p/i (T. P.), 1856.1.154

“Song of the Watch” /p/i (Madge), 1866.2.120-123

“Song of Welcome” /s, 1849.1.128

“Song of the Whippowil” [sic] /p, 1865.2.38

“Song of the Wild Flower, The” /p (Mary Bedford), 1869.2.449-450

“Song of the Yellow Bird” /s (Peter parley and E. L. White), 1848.2.96

“Songs of the Seasons” /p (Myra E. Glover), 1865.2.119

“Sonnet--Spring” /p (Clio), 1859.2.21

“Sore Tongue, The” /i (Jane Taylor), 1852.2.108-111

“Sorrow”, 1849.2.61; /p, 1857.2.107

“Sound Argument in a Child”, 1843.1.46

“Source of Light, The” /p (S. G. G.), 1851.2.23

“Sources of History”, 1843.1.33-36

“South American Birds” /i, 1866.1.54-55

“South American Indians, Fishing” /i, 1849.1.15-16

“Sovereigns of England” /p, 1863.2.115

“Sovereigns of France, The” /p (L. T.), 1872.1.139-140

“Sowing and Reaping” /p, 1860.1.72

“Spado and Peeping Tom” /i, 1854.2.338

“Spaniards, The” /i, 1848.2.8-10

“Spanish Names”, 1842.1.116

“Spanish Pride”, 1847.2.75

“Spark of Fire, The” /p (Mattie Bell), 1859.2.4

“Sparrow and Robin, The” /i, 1841.2.51

“Sparrow and the Foundling, The” /i (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.134-135

“Sparrows and Martins”, 1845.2.243

“Specimen of Dr. Johnson's Wit”, 1858.2.111

“Spectral Illusions” /i, 1844.1.25-26

“Spectre of the Brocken, The” /i, 1841.1.79-80

“Speed of Birds, The”, 1850.1.131

“Spellbound” /i (Eula Lee), 1867.1.97-98

“Spelling Lesson, A”, 1862.1.86

“Spelling the Dictionary” (Old Major, The), 1857.2.180-181

Spendthrift Doll, The” /p (Sarah O. Sweet), 1871.1.88-89

“Sperm Whale, The” /i, 1844.1.89-91

“Spermacheti”, 1853.1.184

“Sphynx, The” /i, 1848.2.155-157

“Spider, The” /i, 1847.1.44; /i, 1850.2.83-86; /i, 1853.2.151-152

“Spider and the Bee, The” /p, 1847.1.69

“Spider Drowned Out, A” /i (S. C. S. and Hiram Hatchet), 1858.2.140-141

“Spiders' Threads”, 1845.2.284

“Spinning and Spinning-Wheels” /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.175-177

“Spinning Wheel, The” /i, 1851.1.53-54

“Spirit of Liberty, The”, 1860.1.83

“Splitting Paper”, 1849.1.75

“Sponge”, 1849.1.188

“Sporting Fish, A”, 1857.2.86

“Sports of the Season” /i, 1845.1.55-56

“Sports of the Fireside” (Chambers's Journal), 1849.1.99-104

“Spring” /i, 1845.1.97-99; /i, 1849.1.97-98; /p (Jennie), 1856.2.15; /p (Mattie Bell), 1858.1.113; /p (John R. Goodwin), 1860.1.110; /p (Marian), 1864.1.105; /p (S. W. Lander), 1871.1.231-232

“Spring and Our Nestlings” /i, 1856.2.104-109; /i, 1856.2.131-135

“Spring Birds” /i, 1858.1.141-142

“Spring Carol, A” /p (Laura Elmer), 1860.1.143

“Spring Fashions for 1858--In-Doors and Out” (Chicago Journal), 1858.1.182183

“Spring in the City”, 1845.1.155-158; (Miss Sedgwick), 1845.1.162-167

“Spring is Coming! A Song” /s, 1841.1.64

“Spring Morning” /s, 1848.1.96

“Spring Song” /p/i (Jolly Jingle), 1866.1.134; /p (M.R.W.), 1869.1.220-221

“Spring-Time” /p (Fleta Forrester), 1857.1.151; /s (Annie Moore), 1872.1.192

“Squanko” /i (F. Cheseboro), 1870.2.5-7

“Squibs” (Pop-Gun), 1857.1.3; 1857.1.56; 1857.1.108; 1857.1.144; 1857.1.171; 1857.2.16; 1857.2.54; 1857.2.80

“Squirrel, The”, 41.2.176-177; /i, 1849.2.28; /p, 1866.2.88

“Squirrel and Rattlesnake, The” (Mr. Audubon's Notes on the Rattlesnake), 1844.2.177-178

“Squirrel at Home, The” (A. A.), 1850.2.36-38

“Squirrel in the Oak” /i (Well Spring), 1861.2.74-75

“Squirrel Tree, The” (P. P.), 1855.2.16

“Squirrels”, 1844.1.60-61; /i, 1844.1.92-94

“Stag Drinking, The” /i, 1865.1.135

“Stand Like an Anvil” /i (Bishop Doane), 1862.2.149

“Stanzas” /p, 1846.2.94-95; /p, 1849.1.43

“Stanzas from the German” /p, 1853.2.101

“Star Fish, The” /i, 1842.1.156-157

“Star-Gazing” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1869.2.317-318

“Stars, The--A Dialogue” (Aunt Upton), 1848.1.156-159

“Stars, The” /p (Blue-Eyed Minna), 1855.2.107

“Statistics”, 1846.1.112

“Stay, Brother, Stay” /s, 1860.1.32; /s, 1865.2.52

“Steadiness at Sea”, 1857.2.67

“Stealing”, 1843.1.121-122

“Steam Music” (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.111

“Steam Saw-Mill for Liberia”, 1851.2.44

“Steeple Chase, The” /i, 1845.2.290

“Step By Step”, 1871.1.186-191; 1871.1.212-216; 1871.1.259-263

“Stern Teacher, The” /i (Adelbert Older), 1862.2.113

“Sticks with Two Ends” (Old Major), 1858.2.115-116

“Stitching and Teaching” /i (E. G. C.), 1871.2.155-160

“Stock-Dove, &c., The” /i, 1842.2.79

“Stolen Dog, The”, 1865.1.75

“Stolen Hat, The” /p/i, 1858.1.82

“Stolen Pleasure, and Its Fruits” /i, 1858.2.171-174

“Stomach of the Horse”, 1843.2.154-155

“Stone in the Pond, The”, 1854.2.325

“Stories About the Bible”, 1849.1.83-84

“Stories of Retribution” (Elizabeth A. Thurston), 1869.2.458-461

“Stories of the Alps” /i (Peter Parley), 1849.1.65-68

“Stork and the Ibis, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.172-173

“Storm Bird, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1864.1.109

“Stormy Night, The” /p (Madge), 1862.2.51

“Stormy Petrel, The” /p/i, 1844.1.12; 1845.1.101

[story] /i, 1850.1.129-130

“Story for Boys”, 1852.2.15; 1853.2.94

“Story for Fannie, A” /p/i (W. M.), 1862.1.129

“Story for Robin, A” /p/i (Mattie Bell), 1863.2.14

“Story for the Girls and Boys, A” (Uncle John), 1858.2.134

“Story of 'Gander,' The”, 1843.1.150-152

“Story of a Boy Who had Plenty of This World's Goods” (Laura Elmer), 1859.1.117119

“Story of a Coward, The” (Ascot R. Hope), 1872.1.230-232

“Story of a Jaguar” /i, 1847.2.184-185

“Story of a Mermaid” /p (F.), 1845.2.229-230

“Story of a Miser”, 1848.2.182-183

“Story of a Royal Bengal Tiger, and How He Proved His Claim to the Title” (Alice Baker), 1868.2.319-321; 1868.2.342-347

“Story of a Street Urchin, The” (J. F. C.), 1872.2.190-191

“Story of a Tea-Leaf” /i, 1867.1.80-82

[story of Anne and her dog] /i, 1843.1.28

“Story of Baptiste Lulli”, 1847.1.16-18; 1847.1.45-48; 1847.1.91-93; 1847.1.98-103

“Story of Black Tom, The” /i (Uncle Tim), 1859.1.38-39

“Story of Chicama, The”, 1846.1.90-93; 1846.1.123-125; 1846.1.178-182; 1846.2.62-63; 1846.2.90-92; 1846.2.118-120; 1846.2.155-158; 1847.1.49-51; 1847.1.88-91; 1847.1.118-121; 1847.1.142-148; 1847.1.181-185; 1847.2.23-28; 1847.2.58-59; 1847.2.88-92

“Story of Colbert, The”, 1846.1.169-171; 1846.2.15-18; 1846.2.42-45; 1846.2.66-69

“Story of Fanchette”, 1859.1.56-59

“Story of George's Journey, The”, 1848.1.20-22; 1848.1.45-47; 1848.1.73-76; 1848.1.104106

“Story of Glaucus, The” (F. H. V.), 1868.2.377-382

“Story of Hercules, The” /i (Parley's Universal History), 1843.1.27-28

“Story of Ike Cottle” (Rev. W. W. Hicks), 1867.1.18-21; 1867.1.39-44; 1867.1.66-69; 1867.1.100-104; 1867.1.146-150; 1867.1.176-180; 1867.2.2-8; 1867.2.42-47; 1867.2.66-69; 1867.2.99-102; 1867.2.135-140; 1867.2.163-170

“Story of Limping Tom, The”, 1843.1.90-91

“Story of Little Dick and the Giant” (Holiday Book), 1842.2.178-179

“Story of My Chickens, The” /i (Cousin Alice), 1868.1.104-107

“Story of Phaeton, The” (Carrie S.), 1856.1.119-121

Story of Philip Brusque”, 1841.1.19-21; 1841.1.47-50; 1841.1.73-79; 1841.1.97-101; 1841.2.85-88; 1841.2.100-103; 1841.2.129-132; 1842.1.21-24; 1842.1.60-61; 1842.1.87-89; 1842.2.80-84; 1842.2.151-154; 1842.2.181-182

“Story of the Desert, A”, 1845.2.271-273; 1845.2.303-306; (Juvenile Miscellany), 1846.1.69-74

“Story of the Goblin of Porto Seguro”, 1851.2.152-153

“Story of the Highway, A”, 1850.2.168

“Story of the Orphan Twins, The” /i, 1848.1.48-51

“Story of the Princess Rosetta” /i, 1848.1.14-19

Story of the Revolution, A”, 1844.2.57-58

“Story of the Sea, A” /i (Laura Elmer), 1859.2.163-165

“Story of the Supposed Miser, The”, 1841.2.139

“Story of the Three Geese” /i, 1856.1.134-138

“Story of the Two Millers, or the Danger of Delay” /i, 1853.1.78-79

“Story of Valentine Duval, The”, 1846.2.75-77; 1846.2.114-117; 1846.2.141-143; 1846.2.179-185

“Story of the 'White Owl', The”, 1848.1.34-37

“Story Whose Ending is in a Picture Gallery”, 1866.1.183-185

“Strange Bird, A”, 1843.2.63-64

“Strange Bulbous Root”, 1855.1.43

“Strange Combat, A” /i (C. A. Stephens), 1871.1.255-258

“Strange Freak of Nature, A” (Portland Advertiser), 1850.2.29

“Strange Pet, A”, 1872.2.229-234

“Strange Place for a Wren's Nest”, 1847.1.63

“'Strange' Preacher, A”, 1855.2.144-145

“Strasburg Cathedral” /i, 1850.2.66-68

“Strawberry Hill” /i, 1845.2.346-350

“Straws Show Which Way the Wind Blows” /i, 1847.1.15

“Stray Thoughts” /p, 1867.1.44

“Street Musician, The” /p, 1847.1.6-7

“Strength of Insects”, 1853.1.96-97

“Strike the Knot!”, 1867.1.144

“String of Pearls” /i (Reveur), 1857.1.76-78

“Studio, The”, 1853.1.137-140

“Study of Flowers, The” /i, 1847.1.158-159

“Stuffed Alligator, The”, 1848.1.79-80

“Stylography--France” /i, 1848.2.50-51

“Sublime, The”, 1841.2.185

“Subserviency”, 1843.1.141

“Success”, 1847.2.183

“Successful Wit”, 1845.1.85

“Successive Deaths” /p, 1865.2.85

“'Such a Little Thing'” /i, 1865.2.181

“Sudden Shower, A” /p, 1857.2.135

“'Suffer the Little Children'” /i/p (Kruna), 1864.2.129-130

“Sufficient Explanation, A”, 1857.1.12

“Sugar, and How It is Made” /i, 1860.1.78-79

“Sugar-Camp, The” (Harry), 1862.1.80-81

“Sugar-Cane, The” /i, 1842.1.111-112

“Sugar Plantation in the West Indies, A” /i, 1852.1.154-155

“Sugar Poodle, The” (C. Deslys), 1871.2.137-140

“'Sugaring Off'”, 1856.2.11-12

“Summer Car-Riding” /p (Kruna), 1867.2.76-77

“Summer and Winter” /p (K. Y.), 1859.1.59

“Summer Days” /s, 1871.2.144

“Summer Duck, The” /i, 1845.1.168

“Summer Flowers” /p (R. P. S.), 1871.2.57-58

“Summer Rain” /p (Cousin Jennie), 1867.2.51

“Summer Ramble, A” /i (Uncle Miles), 1870.2.174-179

“Summer Story, A” /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.66-69

“Summer Time” /i/p, 1863.2.50

“Summer Trip Eastward, A” (Wilforley), 1861.2.112-114; 1861.2.134-136; 1861.2.174177

“Summer” /p (Jennie), 1857.2.71; /p, 1859.1.161; /p (Down East Girl), 1863.1.184; /p (Adelbert Older), 1865.1.87; /p/i (A. T.), 1866.2.5-6; /i, 1866.2.81; /p/i (F. G.), 1867.2.85-86

“Summit House, The” /i (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.176-178

“Sun, The”, 1841.1.101; 1841.2.63

“Sun and Wind, The” /i, 1841.2.116; /i, 1864.2.37

“Sun, Moon and Stars, The” /i, 1843.2.124-126

“Sunday School Army” /i/s, 1859.1.122

“Sunday School Lessons for a Year”, 1862.1.20

“Sunday-School Teacher's Experiment, A”, 1862.1.56

“Sunlight of Our Household, The” /p/i, 1865.2.18

“Sunny Hours” /p (Mattie Bell), 1860.2.19; /p, 1863.1.86

“'Sunny Side', The” /p (Ellian), 1861.1.54

“Sunshine” /p (Cousin Jennie), 1866.1.86

“Sunshiny Sam” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.2.493-497

“Superstitions”, 1843.1.55

“Superstitions of the Mahometans” /i, 1852.2.39-41

“Sure Cure” /i (Mrs. N. McConaughy), 1864.1.165-166

“Surprise, The” /i, 1858.2.1-4

“Surprise Party, The” /i (McB.), 1870.2.123-131

“Susie Moore” /p/i, 1865.2.12

“Suspension Bridge at Hammersmith” /i, 1855.2.65

“Suspension Bridges” /i, 1857.1.50-51; /i, 1860.1.43; /i, 1862.2.107-108

[Suspicion], 1845.2.322; 1854.2.360

“Susy's Christmas” /i, 1864.2.161-164

“Swallow and Other Birds, The” /i, 1864.1.106-107

“Swallows” /i, 1841.1.15-18

“Swallow-Tailed Kite, The” /i, 1859.2.103

“Swan, The” /i, 1866.2.40

“Swearing”, 1845.2.308

“Swedish Girl, The”, 1843.1.150

“Swedish Song, A” /p, 1849.2.172

“Sweet Morning” /p/i (Frank), 1862.1.52

“Sweet Story of Silverhair, The” (X. X.), 1871.1.274-277

[Swift], 1854.1.30

“Swift and His Servant”, 1855.1.81

“Swiftness of Birds”, 1841.1.31

“Swimming” /i, 1853.2.29-30

“Swing, The” /i, 1843.2.63; /i, 1848.2.69

“Swing Song” /p, 1872.1.94-95

“Swiss Boy's Farewell, The” /s, 1846.2.159-160

“Swiss Boy's Song, The” /s, 1848.1.32

“Swiss Char-a-banc, The” /i, 1849.2.22-23

“Swiss Girl, A” /i, 1846.2.97

“Swiss Houses, The” /i, 1850.1.22-23

“Sydney” /i, 1851.2.80

“Sympathy”, 1858.1.181

“Symplifying a Spelling Lesson”, 1853.1.94

“Symptoms”, 1848.2.27

“Syrian Goat, The” /i, 1852.1.123-124


“Tabby's Visit”, 1867.1.184-185

“Tact”, 1855.2.108-110

“Tahitian Christian, A”, 1843.1.11-12

“Take Care of Your Dresses” (J. E. McConaughy), 1872.2.137

“'Take Care of Number One!'”, 1845.2.328-329; 1845.2.372-373; 1846.1.35-36; 1846.1.8284; 1846.1.117-120; 1846.1.148-150; 1846.1.185-188; 1846.2.28-30; 1846.2.54-56; 1846.2.92-94; 1846.2.121-123; 1846.2.153-155; 1847.1.56-58; 1847.1.67-69; 1847.1.107-109; 1847.1.149-154; 1847.2.4-8; 1847.2.33-35; 1847.2.83-84; 1847.2.104-107; 1847.2.131-133. [second printing], 1854.1.79-81; 1854.1.113-114; 1854.1.165-166; 1854.2.229-231; 1854.2.304-309; 1854.2.334-337

“'Take Care!'” /i, 1846.1.120; /i, 1852.1.174-176

“Taking a Sight”, 1855.1.150

“Tale of a Tulip”, 1851.1.76-79; 1851.1.113-116; 1851.1.144-147; 1851.1.185-187; 1851.2.11-15

“Tale of Long Ago, A” /i, 1851.1.35-37

“Tale to Match 'A Dog's Tail', A” /i (Fritz), 1860.1.176-177

“Tales from Denmark: The Swan” (Hans Christian Andersen” /i), 1847.2.43-48

“Tales from Denmark: The Swans” (Hans Christian Andersen), 1847.2.68-74

“Talk About Demosthenes, A” (W. G. N.), 1870.2.92-94

“Talk About Flowers, A” /i, 1859.2.11-12

“Talk About Fowls, A” /i, 1864.1.118-121

“Talking to One's Self”, 1841.1.63

“Talking Too Much”, 1843.1.112

“Talks and Walks; or, Ike, Izzy, and I”, 1847.1.94-96; 1847.1.122-124; 1847.1.154157; 1847.2.13-19; 1847.2.50-54; 1847.2.85-88; 1847.2.97-102; 1847.2.144-146; 1847.2.161-187

“Talleyrand” /i, 1845.2.369-372

“Tame Fawn, The” /i, 1851.2.148-149

“Tame Fish”, 1859.2.109

“Tame Sparrow, The”, 1845.2.209-210

“Tanrec, The” /i, 1842.1.89

“Tartar, The” /i, 1842.1.63

“Tartars, The” /i, 1851.2.168-169

“Tasso's Wish”, 1843.2.170

“Taylor is Our President”, 1849.2.87

“Tea”, 1843.1.116-117; /i, 1860.1.102-104

“Teacher's Mission, The” /i (Vera Lee), 1865.1.45-46

“Teaching by Analogies”, 1855.1.177

“Teaching Under Difficulties” /p/i (H. H.), 1857.1.69

“Tears” /s, 1841.1.192

“Tecumseh” /i, 1846.1.153-154

“Teetotal Cat, The” /p/i, 1865.1.111

Telegraph Cable, The--A Dialogue" (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.147-148

“Telegraph--Its Secret, The” /p (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.72

“Tell-tale Face” /p, 1854.1.51

“Temperance”, 1842.2.127; 1861.2.136

[temperance aphorism], 1865.1.146

[temperance couplet] /p, 1859.1.43

[temperance filler], 1860.2.113; 1861.2.141; 1864.2.71; 1865.1.21

[temperance joke], 1850.2.139; 1859.2.79

“Temperance Life-Boat, The” /s, 1859.2.24

“Temperance Meeting, The” /p, 1858.1.177-179

“Temperance Pledge” /i, 1864.2.85

“Temple Arch” /i, 1855.1.71

“Temple Bar, in London” /i, 1851.2.91-92

“Temple of Ephesus, The” /i, 1851.2.45-47

“Temporal Blessings”, 1864.2.142

“Temporal Power of the Pope, The” /i, 1846.1.114-116

“Temptation” /p (Mrs. A. M. Wells), 1868.2.336

“Ten to One”, 1841.2.186

“Terrible Crash, A”, 1848.2.54-56

“Tessa's Surprises” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.2.469-479

“Test, A”, 1844.1.4

“Test of Christianity, A”, 1843.1.11

“Tewkesbury, England” /i, 1856.2.67-68

“Texas”, 1844.2.150-153

“Thames Tunnel, The” /i, 1851.2.86-87

“'Thank God for Rain!'” /p (Jennie), 1856.2.143

“Thanksgiving” /i (H. H.), 1859.2.129-132

“Thanksgiving Day” /p, 1846.1.132

“That Calf!” /p/i (Phoebe Cary), 1871.1.13-14

“That Thing I Cannot Do”, 1842.2.45-47

“Theatres in Old Times”, 1848.2.52-53

“Theda's Pussy” /i/p (Laura Elmer (L. E.)), 1858.1.108

“Theft of My Carpet-Bag” /i (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.105-107

“'There is a Silver Lining to Every Cloud'” /p (Buckeye Boy), 1858.1.102

“There is No Disputing About Tastes” /i, 1847.1.3-4

“There is Time Enough”, 1844.2.179-180

“There Used to Be” /p, 1861.1.100

“They were Determined to Wed”, 1850.2.28

“Thief, The” /i, 1851.2.24

“Thief in the Pantry, A” /i (Sarah P. Brigham), 1872.1.53-58

“Thing of Worth Can Never Die, A”, 1853.1.123

“Things Not Generally Known” (S. W., Jr.), 1863.1.6

“Things that Have Happened”, 1843.1.121-122

“Things that Never Die” /p, 1860.1.54

“Think for Yourselves”, 1863.2.135

“Think of It”, 1852.2.141

“This World and a Better Hope” /p (John M. Stearns), 1861.1.152

“Thistle, The” /i, 1852.1.189

Thomas Hood, 1850.2.166; 1860.2.152-153

“Thomas Jefferson” /p, 1851.1.84

“Thomas Titmouse”, 1849.2.82-83

“Thomas Tumbledown”, 1851.2.180-182

“Thomas-A-Becket” /i (C. M.), 1869.2.545-553

“Thorn, The” /i, 1844.1.5-6

“Thorwald, the Norwegian Rover”, 1850.1.25-29; 1850.1.41-45; 1850.1.91-94; 1850.1.116121; 1850.1.141-147; 1850.1.171-174; 1850.2.48-52; 1850.2.79-83; 1850.2.120-122; 1850.2.148151; 1850.2.176-178

“Those Evening Bells” /s, 1852.2.64

“Thought, A”, 1841.2.159; /p, 1858.1.40

“Thought and Deed” /p, 1852.1.117

“Thought for Youth, A”, 1861.1.142

“Thought of Home at Sea, A” /p (Mrs. Hemans), 1846.1.75

“Thoughtless Word, The” /p (Mrs. Emma C. Embury), 1856.2.4

[Thoughts of amendment], 1864.1.121

“Thoughts on Sleeping”, 1855.2.39-40

“Three Friends, The” /i, 1841.1.41-42

“Three Little Orphans, The” /i, 1864.1.136-137

“Three Rivulets, The” /i (W. M.), 1862.2.11-13

“Three Sovereigns, The”, 1844.1.34

“Three Spinners, The” (H. E. S.), 1856.1.146-147

“Three Thousand Years Ago” /i, 1847.1.87-88; /i, 1847.1.116-118

“Three Wishes, The” (Mary Howitt), 1854.1.143-148

“Three Wonders in Heaven”, 1848.2.142

“Thrift; or, Nothing is Useless”, 1845.1.120-123

“Thrifty Traveler, A”, 1852.1.116-117

“Thrifty Wife, A”, 1848.2.81

“Thrilling Narrative, A”, 1844.1.150-152

“Thrush, The”, 1845.2.226

“Thunder”, 1855.1.180-181

“Thy Mother, Boy” /p (Mrs. Sigourney), 1845.2.238-239

“Tig” /i (M. G. Sleeper), 1869.1.222-228

“Tiger's Cave, The”, 1844.2.122-126

“Tilly's Christmas” /i (L. M. Alcott), 1868.1.1-5

“Tim, the Match Boy” /i, 1871.2.29-32

“Tim Broadax” /i (Old Major, The), 1857.1.110-112

“Timber Hat, A”, 1872.1.120

Time, 1861.2.73; /p, 1863.1.76

“Time and Eternity” /p, 1864.1.33

“Time for Study”, 1848.2.120

“Time to Dance, A” /i, 1861.1.114-115

“Time to Die, The” /i/p, 1860.1.180

“Time to Weep, A”, 1859.2.22; 1860.2.20

“Timely Shower, The”, 1852.2.87

“Timepieces”, 1846.1.45

“Timotheus” (M. L. B.), 1871.2.174-175

“Timothy Fennel's Reflections” /i (Oh-wah-i-ee), 1857.1.25-26

“Tintern Abbey” /i, 1848.2.134

“Tippoo Saib” /i, 1843.2.99-100

“'Tis Done to Me” /p, 1865.2.86

“Tit for Tat”, 1850.1.38-39

“Titles”, 1855.2.110

“To” /p (S. G. G.), 1851.2.19

“To a Broken Flower” /p (Minnie R.), 1859.2.87

“To a Comet” /p (Alexander Clark), 1856.1.148

“To a Lark” /p/Maria L. Gage”, 1848.1.114

“To a Little Girl, Walking in the Wood” /p (Mrs. Child), 1847.2.125

“To a Sunbeam” /p (B. M. L.), 1859.1.35

“To Ann” /p (Auburn Daily Advertiser), 1848.2.168

[To be agreeable], 1845.2.255

“To Bob Link, in Boston” /p, 1848.2.49

“To Carrie” /p, 1857.2.135

“To 'Carrie'” /p, 1861.1.22

To Correspondents: as "To the Black-ey'd and Blue-ey'd Friends of Robert Merry”, 1841.2.186-187. as "To Correspondents”, 1842.1.95; 1842.1.127-128; 1842.1.189192; 1842.2.128; 1843.1.159; 1843.1.184; 1843.2.32; 1843.2.88-89; 1844.1.63; 1845.2.256; 1845.2.352; 1847.1.64; 1847.1.192; 1848.1.159; 1851.1.52. as "To Our Subscribers--Special Notice”, 1858.1.93

“To Ellen” /p (P. P.), 1848.2.179

“'To Her Majesty the Queen'”, 1870.2.141

“To Mamie J. H.” /p (W. A. R.), 1866.2.103

“To My Baby Brother” /i/p (Susie Caldwell), 1866.1.53

“To My Child” /p (F.), 1845.2.235-236

“To My Dog Flush” /p, 1852.2.107

“To My Father” /p (Blue-Eyed Minnie), 1858.2.43

“To My Sister” /p (Florence), 1849.1.144

“To the Birds” /p (Rio), 1864.1.179

“To the Black-ey'd and Blue-ey'd Friends of Robert Merry,” see "To Correspondents"

To the Boy Who will Be President of the United States A.D. 1900” /p (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.108

“To the Boys of Boston--A Reward!”, 1848.2.51-52

“To the Cardinal Flowr” /p (M. R. W.), 1870.2.134

“To the Humming-Bird” /p/i, 1861.1.143

“To the May Flower” /p, 1849.1.182

“To the Merry Cousins” (Old Maple Tree), 1860.1.145-146

“To Young Men” (Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen), 1867.2.119

“Toad-Stools and Mushrooms” /i, 1842.1.125

“Toad's Journal, The” /p, 1851.1.24

“Tobacco”, 1847.2.183; 1859.1.182

“To-Day”, 1848.1.76; /p, 1853.2.183

“'Together'” /p, 1851.2.115

“Tolerance”, 1842.1.59

“Tom and the Bantams” /i (M. E. D.), 1863.2.74-77

“Tom Brown's School-Days at Rugby” /i (Samuel Wilson, Jr.), 1863.1.142-145

“Tom Hickathrift” /i, 1847.2.151-154

“Tom Titmouse” /i, 1849.2.33-35

“Tomb of Edward II” /i, 1855.1.74-75

“'Tommy Potts'”, 1870.2.272

“To-morrow” /i, 1860.2.151

“Tongue, The”, 1841.2.158-159; /p, 1848.1.76; /p (Bart.), 1860.2.22

“Too Late”, 1847.2.187

“'Too Small'” /i (Jolly Jingle), 1864.1.130-132

“Top and Ball” (Andersen), 1847.2.30-32

“Top Philsophy” /i/p, 1859.1.167

“Torn Curtain, The” (Ascott R. Hope), 1872.2.81-82

“Tottering Tim and the Ghost” /i, 1851.1.118-119

“Toucan” /i, 1841.2.20-21

“Toucan, The” /i, 1860.1.17

“Touch Not” /p, 1871.1.129

“Touching Story, A”, 1848.2.84-85

“Tough and Rough; or, The Frenchman at His English Lessons”, 1849.1.17

[A tournament], 1843.1.54

“Towser in the Ship-Yard” /i, 1859.2.176-179

“Toys and Pastimes of Children of Ancient Greece” /i, 1852.2.78-80

“Trade with England”, 1852.1.4

“Tragedy in the Woods, A”, 1842.2.48-49

“Translation from Fran‡ois Veillon” /p, 1845.2.268

“Translations from Schiller” /p, 1855.2.132

“Transplanted” /p (May Hawk), 1868.2.254

“Transporting Diamonds in Brazil” /i, 1847.1.129-130

“Trap, The” /i, 1846.1.97-98

“Traveler's Tale, A” /p, 1866.2.89

“Travelled Monkey, The”, 1854.2.241-248

“Travellers' Rest, The” /i, 1854.2.221

“Travelling Beehives”, 1841.1.158

“Travelling Cats”, 1841.1.30

[Travelling in the north-west of America], 1844.2.47

“Travelling Incident”, 1849.2.48-49

“Travels, Adventures, and Experiences of Thomas Trotter”, 1841.1.44-47; 1841.1.8186; 1841.1.120-124; 1841.1.138-140; 1841.2.8-13; 1841.2.44-50; 1841.2.74-79; 1841.2.144-148; 1842.1.45-48; 1842.1.84-87; 1842.1.102-107; 1842.1.139-144; 1842.1.182-185; 1842.2.12-16; 1842.2.58-62; 1842.2.92-96; 1842.2.136-140; 1842.2.170-174

“Travels and Adventures in Circassia, by Thomas Trotter”, 1845.2.197-201; 1845.2.259-263; 1845.2.292-295; 1845.2.323-326; 1845.2.358-361; 1846.1.26-29; 1846.1.38-42; 1846.1.77-81; 1846.1.99-103; 1846.1.133-138; 1846.1.162-166

“Travels of Prince Popinjay”, 1848.1.2-7

“Treachery”, 1849.2.146

“Treasure Trove, The”, 1853.2.16-17

“Treasures” /p (Augustus Mason), 1854.2.285

“Treasures of Thought” /p, 1862.2.71

“Tree Planting” /i (G. R.), 1856.2.55-56

“Trenton Falls” /i, 1855.2.166-171

“Tretty: A Fairy Tale” /i (F. E. S.), 1870.1.163-168

“Triads”, 1854.2.228

“Trials of a Little King, The” (S. W. Lander), 1868.1.185-186

“Trifles”, 1841.1.80; 1846.1.3

“Trip Down the Nile, A” /i (J. E. McC.), 1866.1.67-69

“Trip Lightly” /p, 1859.1.169

“Trip to St. Louis, A” (C. M. E.), 1864.1.78-80

“Tropical Scavenger, A”, 1867.1.185

“Truant Antelopes, The” /i (J. E. McC.), 1865.2.74

“True English Game-Cock, A”, 1858.1.69

[True generosity], 1854.1.149

“True Hero, A”, 1860.2.35-36

[True joy], 1866.2.55

“True Poetry From the Persian”, 1855.2.143

“True Prince, The” /p, 1860.2.42

“True Stories”, 1843.1.10-13; 1843.1.42-45; 1843.1.112-113; 1843.1.167-169

“True Stories of the Young”, 1843.1.45-47

“True Story, A” /p (M. A. L.), 1867.1.98-99

“True Story for Boys, A” (Aunt Lizzie), 1854.1.167-169

“True Story of Dog Jack, A” /i (E. L. M.), 1867.1.115-116

“True Story of Maggie Murphy, The” /i (Wirt Sikes), 1869.2.327-329

“True Story of a Squirrel, A” /i, 1860.2.43-44

[True wisdom], 1865.1.10

“Truer Life, The” /p, 1863.2.81

“Truffle Hunter, The” /i, 1845.1.49-50

“Truman Lane” /i (Youth's Casket), 1852.2.169-175

“Trust in Providence”, 1843.1.43

“Trusty Dog, A” /i, 1863.2.119

“Truth”, 1842.2.160; 1845.1.39; 1846.1.76; 1853.1.23; 1854.2.373; 1857.1.140; 1857.2.113; "The Bible-Child in Court”, 1859.1.151-152

“Truth and Error” /p, 1853.1.140

“Truth and Falsehood”, 1846.1.141-142

“Truth at Home”, 1863.1.175

“'Truth Hath a Quiet Breast'”, 1843.1.44-45

“Truth in an Old Dress” /p, 1845.2.270

“Truth Tiumphant”, 1843.1.160

“Try” (Juvenile Miscellany), 1845.1.59-60

“Try--Keep Trying” /p, 1855.2.164

“Try, Try Again” /p, 1858.1.172

“Try Again, There is No Remainder”, 1855.2.111

“'Try Company', The” (Arthur's Magazine), 1862.2.151

“Try to Be Like Jesus” /p, 1865.2.32

“Trying to Be a Man” (Moore's Rural), 1867.2.78

“Tsze Pun Yu!”, 1843.1.102-103

“Turkey and Rattlesnake, The”, 1842.1.28

“Turkish Customs”, 1855.1.185

“Turn the Carpet” /p (Hannah More), 1843.2.82-83

“Twilight” /p (Adelbert Older), 1862.2.41

“Twilight Vision, The” /i (Aunt Lovicy), 1865.1.150-151

“Twins, The” /i, 1846.1.130-132; /i, 1850.1.17-18

“Two Bears, The” /i (Rev. Dr. Newton), 1864.2.15-16

“Two Birds, The” /i, 1861.2.15-16

“Two Blessings, The”, 1857.2.179

“Two Brothers, The” /p, 1866.1.74

Two Burials, The” /p (Kruna), 1867.2.147-148

“Two Dogs, The”, 1848.1.62-63

“Two Famous Rogues” /i, 1846.2.19-21

“Two Friends, The” (English Periodical), 1842.2.175-177; 1870.2.29-33

“Two Graves, The” /p (Blue-Eyed Minnie), 1860.2.54

“Two Leaves, The” /s, 1844.1.32

“Two Letters from the Moon!” /i, 1849.2.147-152

“Two Lives, The”, 1853.1.154

“Two May Queens, The” /i (Sophie May), 1863.1.129-132

“Two Miss Smiths, The”, 1845.1.24-27

“Two Mornings” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.2.36

“'Two of a Trade;' a Fable” /i, 1845.1.90-91

“Two Pairs of Fetters, The”, 1871.2.28

“Two Paths of Life” /i, 1855.1.105-106

“Two Red Cents, The”, 1844.2.9

“Two Rides, The” /i (M. E. D.), 1863.2.105-109

“Two Rules, The, and How They Worked” (Catharine M. Trowbridge), 1859.2.39-40

“Two Schoolmates, The” /i, 1867.1.163-165

“Two Shoemakers, The” (T. P.), 1864.2.122

“Two Sides of a Picture” (Peggy Betsey), 1849.1.142-143

“Two Streams, The” /p, 1859.2.146

“Two Travellers, The”, 1843.1.2-4; (G.V.K.), 1843.1.183

Two Ways of Being Manly” (F. W. A. P.), 1868.1.6-9; 1868.1.45-48

“Two Ways to Live on Earth” /p (Charles Swain), 1863.2.25

“Typee”, 1847.2.109-114; 1847.2.135-139; 1847.2.173-178


“U. S. Mint, The” (J. S. L.), 1853.2.9-10

“Ugliana” (Fleta Forrester), 1863.2.46-50

“Umbrella, and the April Shower, The” /p/i, 1858.1.103

“Umbrella Bird, The”, 1854.1.188-189

“Umbrella Safe, An” /i, 1863.1.113

“Umbrellas”, 1872.2.142

“Uncle Frank” /p (Fleta Forrester), 1859.2.52

“Uncle Frank's Monthly Table-Talk”, 1857.1.123-125; 1857.1.157-159; 1857.2.61-64; 1857.2.124-127; 1857.2.157-160; 1858.1.28-29; 1858.1.190-192; 1858.2.61-63; 1858.2.94-96; 1858.2.158-159; 1859.1.159-160; 1859.1.62-64

“Uncle Frank's Rambles in Holland”, 1857.2.46-48; 1857.1.141-143; 1857.1.167-170

“Uncle Godfrey's Lectures": "Mosaics”, 1866.1.78-79; "The Storm King”, 1866.1.151152; /i, 1866.1.175-177; "Lightning Casts”, 1866.2.55

“Uncle Hiram's Library” (Cousin Hannah), 1857.1.20-22; 1859.2.166-168

Uncle Hiram's Pilgrimage”, 1857.1.8-11; 1857.1.70-73; 1857.1.145-147; 1857.1.177-179; 1857.2.136-142; 1857.2.14-15; 1857.2.82-83; 1857.2.114-117; 1858.1.16-18; 1858.1.47-48; 1858.1.75-79; 1858.1.117-118; 1858.1.145-147; 1858.1.174-175; 1858.2.54-55; 1858.2.79-81; 1858.2.118-119; 1858.2.150; 1858.2.178-179; 1859.1.23-24; 1859.1.48-49; 1859.1.82-83; 1859.1.102103; 1859.1.140-141; 1859.2.83-84; 1859.2.104-105; 1859.2.148-151; 1859.2.170-171; 1860.1.3637; 1860.1.80-82

“Uncle Joseph's Story” /i (J. H. H.), 1869.1.169-172

“Uncle Merry's Library” /i, 1859.2.1-3

“Uncle Merry's New Idea”, 1862.1.17-18

“Uncle Ned's Story”, 1867.2.152-153

“Uncle Paul's Secret” (S. P. B.), 1872.1.281-288

“Uncle Robert's Letters”, 1868.1.108-111

“Uncle Simeon” (Carolus Piper), 1859.1.133

“Uncle William's Advice” /p, 1856.2.112

“Uncle Zene” /i (Lottie), 1865.1.65-66

“Under the Ice; or, The Lost Ibex-Hunter” /i, 1868.2.425-433

“Under the Snow” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1869.1.93

“Uneasy Fishes, The” /p/i, 1864.2.181

Unella” /i (Madge), 1865.1.171-173

“Unfaithful Servant, The”, 1843.1.175

“Union Song, The” /s, 1862.2.128

“Unity” (Sterne), 1849.2.91

“Unwise Men”, 1848.1.76

“Up and Doing” /p, 1866.1.45; /p (Kate Cameron), 1870.2.17-18

“'Up in a Balloon'” (L. S. Metcalf), 1869.1.234-236

“Up in the Morning” /s, 1871.2.96

“Up in the Morning Early” /s, 1841.2.128

“Use of Cat's Whiskers”, 1864.2.16

“Use of Telescopes, The” /i, 1844.1.48-50

“Usefulness”, 1864.2.7

“Uses of Adversity”, 1860.2.153

“Utility of Toads!”, 1849.1.29


“Vacation” /p/i (Beverly Moore), 1872.1.268-270

“Vacation in the Country, A” /i, 1851.1.25

“Vain Search, The”, 1843.1.52-54

“Valentine Greatrakes” /i, 1849.2.89-90

“Valley of Jehoshaphat” /i, 1842.2.102-103

“Value of the Sabbath”, 1853.2.157

“Value of the Bible”, 1846.2.120

“Vanilla of Commerce, The”, 1857.2.74

“Varieties”, 1841.1.30-31; 1841.1.62-63; 1841.1.127; 1841.1.190-192; 1841.2.31; 1842.1.31; 1842.1.188-189; 1842.2.126-128; 1842.2.160; 1842.2.187; 1843.1.54-55; 1843.2.159-160; 1844.1.123

“Vase and the Pitcher, The” /p, 1846.2.139-140

“Vatican, The”, 1860.1.140

“Vegetable Ivory”, 1858.2.53

“Vegetable Kingdom, The”, 1857.1.117

“Veiled Prophet of Khorasan”, 1852.1.79

“Velocity of Lightning”, 1852.2.50

“Venice” /i (Georgie), 1857.2.118-120; /i, 1867.2.150-151

Very Odd Grandfather, A” /i, 1852.2.142-143

“Vessel Without a Pilot, The”, 1845.2.343

Veteran's Farewell, The” /p (Blue-Eyed Lora), 1865.1.53

“Victory at Last” /p (C. C.), 1865.2.22; /s (Mrs. M. A. Kidder), 1865.2.32

“Victory, The”, 1865.1.102

“Village Gossip” /i (Cousin John), 1855.2.176-178

“Village of Economy, The” /i, 1843.1.133-135

“Village School, The” /p/i (Uncle Tim), 1862.1.54-55

“Violet, The” /s, 1847.1.128; /p, 1858.1.181; (Elise Polko), 1871.2.86-88

“Violets” /p (Pertine), 1864.2.12

[Virgil], 1850.1.47

“Virgin's Tower, The” /i, 1862.2.58

“Virtue in Poverty”, 1851.1.119

[The virtue of a person], 1845.2.278

“Virtues”, 1862.1.45

“Vision, A” (Stories for the Young, by Miss Sedgwick), 1841.2.114-115

Visit from St. Nicholas, A” /p (Clement Moore), 1853.2.174

“Visit in the Country, A” /i, 1865.2.42-44

“Visit to a Menagery, A” /i (L. A. P.), 1855.2.45-48

“Visit to Grandpa, A” (M. A. L.), 1859.1.183-184

“Visit to Stirling, Scotland”, 1855.1.162-167

“Visit to the School-Ship, A” /i (Louisa M. Alcott), 1869.1.117-122

“Visit to the Sea-Side, A” /i (Louisa), 1860.1.138-139

“Vo's and the Mo's, The”, 1865.1.145

“Vocal Machinery of Birds” (Gardiner's Music of Nature), 1845.2.230

“Voice Among the Leaves” /i (Almira), 1848.2.112-114

“Voiceless Verse” /p, 1863.1.108

“Voltaire”, 1845.2.342

“Voting in France”, 1850.2.119

“Voyage of a Dream, The” /p (Bayard Taylor), 1856.2.152

“Voyage of Euhemerus, The” /i, 1851.1.120-121

Voyage of the Salt Mackerel” (Charles Bayard), 1872.1.234-238; 1872.1.245-250

“Voyagers, The” /i (Minnie), 1851.1.151-153

“Vulture, The”, 1852.1.32


“Wager Lost”, 1844.2.180

“Waifs”, 1848.2.135

“Waiting to See” /p (H. B. Hudson), 1868.2.315-316

“Wales and the Welsh” /i, 1857.2.44-45

“Walk and the Talk, The” /i, 1850.1.121-123

“Walk, The” /i, 1843.1.30-31; /p (Old Major, The), 1859.2.134; /i (Catharine M. Trowbridge), 1861.2.17-18

“Walking on Stilts”, 1844.1.158

“Walled Cities” /i, 1842.2.55

“Walled Lake, The”, 1864.2.121

“Walnut, The” (C. B.), 1871.2.266

“Walter's Escape” (J. B. Liefde), 1870.1.83-90; 1870.1.128-136; 1870.1.175-184; 1870.1.231-239; 1870.1.283-290; 1870.2.22-28; 1870.2.66-77; 1870.2.163-169; 1870.2.215-220; 1870.2.248-259

“Walter's Picture-Book” /i, 1865.1.22-23

“Wanted Above”, 1852.1.158

“Wants His Land-Warrant”, 1859.1.144

“War” /p, 1852.1.61

“War and Its Warriors, The” /i, 1854.2.293-295

“War and Peace” /p, 1870.2.63

War in Florida, The” /i, 1842.1.56-58

“War of the Revolution, The”, 1848.1.112

“Warm Young Heart, The” /p, 1851.2.147

“Warm-hearted Boy, A” (Mrs. Child's Letters from New York), 1851.2.2

“Warming a Room”, 1854.2.196

“Warning, A” /i, 1852.1.53-54

“Warning Bell, The” /p (Conscience), 1858.1.12

“Warning to Boys, A” /i, 1865.1.168-170

“Warning to Thoughtless Boys, A”, 1843.1.10

“Was He a Miser?” (L. M. Prescott), 1870.2.86-88

“Washington a Teacher to the Young” /i, 1841.2.107-111

“Washington and the Corporal”, 1861.2.148

“Washington Eagle, The” /i, 1845.1.125-126

“Washington Irving's Cottage” /i, 1843.2.178-179

“Washington's Army at Valley Forge” /i, 1851.1.45-47

“Wassel Cup, The” /i, 1853.1.84

“Waste of Powder”, 1851.2.115

“Watch” /p (Kruna), 1867.1.142

“Watch for the Dove” /p/i (Kruna), 1866.1.43

“Watching One's Self”, 1863.1.82

“Watching the Little Biords” /i, 1863.2.78

“Water” /i, 1847.2.41-42; /p, 1848.1.69-70; /p, 1852.1.25

“Water-Fowl” /i (H.), 1860.2.100-102

“Water-Lilies” /p/i (H. H.), 1864.2.1

“Water and Hydrogen” /i (Caroline M. Hewins), 1872.2.117-120

“Water-Drop, The” (Meta Lander), 1860.1.134-137

“Water Lily, The”, 1854.1.115

“Water Rat, The” /i, 1850.1.55-57

“Water Song” /i/p (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.10

“Water-Spout, The” /i, 1843.1.49-50

“Water-Spouts” /i, 1855.1.101-103

“Water-Cure, The” /i (H. H.), 1860.1.15-17

“Waterfall, The” /i/p (Adelbert Older), 1860.1.35

“Wax Doll, The” (M. M.), 1855.1.141-143

“Way to Conquer, The” /i, 1849.2.161-163

“Way to Do It, The” /p (H. H.), 1857.2.181

“Way to the Workhouse, The”, 1851.1.126

“Way to Walk, The” /p (M. R. W.), 1870.2.266

“Way to Wisdom”, 1854.1.136

“We are Coming, Blessed Saviour” /s (Mrs. Lydia Baxter), 1864.1.160

“We Should Hear the Angels Singing” /p (Kate Cameron), 1871.1.24

Wealth, 1847.2.102; 1860.1.105

“Wealth and Its Wings” (Independent), 1855.2.141-143

“Weapons of Peace, The”, 1855.1.114-115

“Weary and Hungry” /i, 1865.1.136-138

“Weasel, The” /i, 1852.1.172-173

“Wedding the Sea at Venice” /i, 1848.2.175-176

“'Wee Maggie'” /i, 1866.1.8-9

“Week in the Country, A” /i (Buckeye Boy), 1859.2.70-72

“Welcome Draught, The” (M. F.), 1871.2.25-28

“Welcome Home, The” /s, 1863.2.96

“Welcome Spring” /s (H. T.), 1871.1.243

“Welcome Visitor, A”, 1845.2.230

“Well of Wisdom, The” /p, 1849.1.48

[Wellerism], 1849.1.106; 1867.2.82

“West in Old Times, The” /i, 1855.2.135-140

“Western 'Thanksgiving' Night, A” /i (Sigma), 1865.1.42-44

“Western Sketch, A” (Stumbler), 1862.2.50-51

“Westminster Abbey” /i, 1852.1.8

“Whale Out of His Latitude, A”, 1850.1.21

“Whale Stories”, 1843.2.36-41; /i, 1843.2.78-80

“Whale, The” /i, 1853.1.151; /i/p, 1857.1.109

“Whang, the Miller”, 1846.2.117-118

“What 'Please' Will Do” (Reaper), 1853.2.178

“What A B C Have Done”, 1855.1.144

“What a Dying Bookworm said to His Friends, the Young Bookworms” (M. R. W.), 1869.1.126-130

What Ben and the Twins Did for Chicago" (Sara Conant), 1871.2.284-287

“What Can a Boy Do?” /i, 1861.2.42-43

“What Do We Mean by Nature?”, 1841.2.113-114

“What Does B, C, D Spell?” /i (Kruna), 1866.1.141-143

“What Does Little Birdie Say?” /p/i, 1861.1.142

“What Fairylike Music” /p/i (Moore), 1854.2.326

“What Grasshoppers Can Do”, 1860.2.102

“What Henry Said to His Canary Bird” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1861.1.110

“What I Don't Like” (Uncle Frank), 1857.2.19

“What I Like” /p, 1860.1.122

“'What I Live For'” /p, 1862.1.56

What is a Darling?”, 1862.2.111

“What is a Billion?”, 1859.1.109

“What is Habit?”, 1843.2.128

“What is It to Be Polite?”, 1843.2.106-107

“What is It to Be a Gentleman?”, 1848.2.58-59

“What is Luxury?”, 1846.1.52

“What is Our Duty Here?” /p, 1846.2.143

“What is Poetry?” /p, 1841.1.95-96

“What is Selfishness?”, 1841.2.159

“What is the Matter with Her Face?” (J. P.), 1864.1.138

“'What is To-Morrow?'”, 1865.2.146

“What is Truth?”, 1841.1.28-29

“What Kind of a House Will You Have?” /i, 1859.1.180-182

“What Little Norman Says” /p (Grandpa), 1859.2.179

“What Makes the Man” /i (Carolus Piper), 1857.2.17-19

“What Polly Found in Her Stocking” /p, 1868.1.25-26

“What Saith the Fountain?” /p, 1858.2.39

“What Shall I Do?” (T.S. Arthur), 1845.1.142-145

“What So Sweet?” /p (Mary N. Prescott), 1872.2.57-58

“What Sort of Heart Have You Got?”, 1841.1.90-94

“What That Coast Cost” (Mary G. Darling), 1871.1.130-136

“What the Animals Say” /i, 1849.2.169-171

“What the Boys Think of What Mr. Beecher Says About the Boys” (L. F. V.), 1858.1.137-138

“What the Boys Would Be”, 1871.1.223-229

“What the Flowers Say” /p (Mrs. A. M. Wells), 1868.2.393

“What the Little Flower Said” /i/p (Ada), 1861.2.97

“What the 'Little Throne' Said” /i (Kruna), 1865.2.149-151

“What Then?” /p, 1864.1.100

“What We Did” /p (Timothy Perry), 1861.2.150

“What You Can Never Catch”, 1866.1.116

“What's in a Sleigh Ride” /p/i, 1861.1.12-13

“What's in a Name?”, 1844.1.168; 1848.2.76; 1863.2.43

“When One Won't Quarrel, Two Can't” /p, 1857.2.164

“Where are the Birds?” /i, 1845.1.12

“Where Cork Comes From”, 1855.1.115

“Where Did the Roses Come From?” (Kitty Carroll), 1870.1.239-240

“Where is Bennie?” /p (Aunt Louise), 1868.1.71

“Where is Thy Home?” /p, 1842.1.157

“Which is the Culprit?” /i (Well Spring), 1861.2.4-5

“Whip-Poor-Will, The” /i, 1849.1.82; /i, 1852.2.11-14

“Whippoorwill” /p (Matilda C. Edwards), 1872.2.122-123

[Whiskey drinking], 1856.1.11

“Whistling Tom” /s, 1843.2.24

“White Bear, The” /i, 1843.1.26

“White Chamois, The, or Adventure in the Alps” /i, 1848.2.24-27

“White Dress, The” (Meena), 1848.2.101-103

“White Mountain Excursion, The”, 1871.2.183-187

“White or Polar Bear, The” /i, 1843.1.173-174; /i, 1855.1.182-183

“White Rabbit, The” /i (Sophie May), 1863.1.181-183

“White Sparrow, The”, 1861.1.118-120

“Whither Tending” /p, 1864.1.117

“Who Can Tell Me?--A Song” /s (Peter Parley & E. L. White), 1848.2.64

“Who is My Neighbor?” /s (Mrs. M. A. Kidder), 1865.1.128

“Who is Washington?”, 1857.1.101

“Who Made Man?”, 1841.2.95

“Who Made the Flowers?” /p/i, 1866.1.168

“Who Planted the Oaks?”, 1842.1.181

“Who Stole the Bird's Nest?” (Uncle John), 1865.2.39; 1867.1.143-144

Who Wants $4 a Day?”, 1862.1.83-84

“Who was the Coward?” /i (C. A. C.), 1856.1.180-181

“Who Was to Blame?” (Ella C. Thayer), 1871.2.79-80

“Who'll Get There First?” /i, 1850.1.123-124

“Who'll Win?” /p, 1864.2.79

“Who's an April Fool?” /p, 1862.1.97

“Whole Day to Do Nothing, A”, 1867.2.70

“Why?” /p, 1870.2.64

“Why Fish Cannot Live Out of Water” /i, 1855.2.80-82

Why Have the Indians Disappeared?" /i, 1862.1.21-22

“Why Should Not a Negro Read the Bible?”, 1843.1.47

“Why the Romans Went to bed Early”, 1855.2.111

“Why There is No Rain in Peru” (Lieut. Maury's Geography of the Sea), 1856.2.54

“Widow Patten's Cow, The” /i, 1855.1.46-47

“Wiebe's Scale-Building Key-Indicator”, 1858.1.89

“Wife's Right, A”, 1856.2.78

[The wild brier], 1845.1.114

“Wild Boar, The” /i, 1849.1.107-108

“Wild Cat, The” /i, 1849.2.138-140

“Wild Geese” /i, 1842.2.169-170; /i, 1845.1.65-67

“Wild Hogs”, 1849.1.48

“Wild Indians” /i, 1857.2.12-13

“Wild Man of the Desert, The” /i, 1866.2.174-175

“Wild Oats” (Sophie May), 1866.1.10-15; 1866.1.46-53; 1866.1.70-74; 1866.1.98-102; 1866.1.135-140; 1866.1.169-174; 1866.2.7-12; 1866.2.35-40; 1866.2.71-75; 1866.2.104-110; 1866.2.136-140; 1866.2.165-170

“Wild People” 1846.1.171-175; 1846.2.9-14; 1846.2.45-47

“Wild Pigeons in Paris” /i, 1852.2.27-28

“Wild Turkey, The” /i, 1845.1.172-173; /i, 1854.1.87

“Will and a Way, A” /p/i (Hiram Hatchet), 1856.1.133

“Will and the Way, The” (Wm. Cobbett), 1852.2.117

“Will Ellsworth's Dinner” /i (Mrs. N. McConaughy), 1863.2.70-72

“Will Somers” /i, 1855.1.69-70

“Will's Wonder-Book” (L. M. Alcott), 1868.1.148-151; 1868.1.169-173; 1868.1.224-228; 1868.2.255-258; 1868.2.301-304; 1868.2.337-341; 1868.2.409-412; 1868.2.458-461

“William Ellery Channing” /i, 1844.1.101-104

“William Penn” /i, 1850.2.140-144

“William Tell”, 1845.1.9-10; /i, 1850.1.19-21; /i, 1853.2.19-20

“William Tell's Chapel”, 1857.1.83

“William Wilberforce” /i, 1845.2.219-220

“Willie and the Circus” /i, 1865.1.129-130

“Willie and the Birds” /p, 1854.2.260

“Willie H. Coleman's Letter” /i (Willie H. Coleman), 1856.1.81-83

“Willie Wanton's Revenge” (Cornelius W. Gibbs), 1860.1.85-86; 1860.1.139-140

“Willie's 'To-Morrow'” /i (E.), 1866.1.119-121

“Willie's Black Bear”, 1856.2.162

“Willie's Chat with His Rabbits” /p/i (H. H.), 1862.2.134-135

“Willie's Day” /p (M. E. D.), 1864.1.25

“Willie's Thoughts About Birds and Flowers” /p/i, 1861.1.129

“Willing to Be Useless”, 1861.1.140

“Wilson, the Ornithologist”, 1858.2.47

“Window-Blind, The” /p (W. W.), 1859.1.55

“Window-Swallow, The”, 1845.2.218

“Winnipeseogee and the Legend of Chocorua” /i, 1854.1.20-22

“Winter” /s, 1841.2.160; 1841.2.183-184; /s, 1841.2.188; 1842.2.187; /p/i, 1843.1.48; 1847.2.183; /i/p, 1855.1.3-4; /i, 1856.1.42; /p (H. Rose Bond), 1857.1.86; /i/p (S. W.), 1857.2.165; /p (Mary Low), 1858.1.48; /i/p (Mattie Bell), 1859.1.35; /p/i (H. H.), 1860.1.14; /p/i (William Merry), 1863.1.2

“Winter Camp of a Hunter”, 1849.2.56-57

“Winter Evening, or Ghost Stories”, 1843.1.22-26

“Winter Evening Fireside” /p, 1855.1.4

“Winter in Russia”, 1854.1.125-126

“Winter is Coming” /i, 1842.2.182-183

“Winter Quarters of Insects” /i, 1852.1.102

“Winter Sport” /p/i, 1842.2.144

“Winter Sports” /i, 1847.1.4; /i, 1856.1.14

“Winter Story, A” /i, 1845.1.33-35

“Winter's Going” /p (Aunt Martha), 1863.1.149

“Wiry Will; or, The Snow-Man” /i (Emer Birdsey), 1869.1.101-106

“Wisdom”, 1860.1.179

“Wisdom from a Jester”, 1843.1.76

“Wisdom of Brahmin, The” /p, 1848.1.37

“Wisdom of God, The”, 1842.1.77-78

“Wisdom of the Creator”, 1841.2.94-95; 1841.2.106

“Wise Expedient, A” /i (M. O. Johnson), 1872.1.58-60

“Wise Parrot, A”, 1844.2.183

“Wise Reply, A”, 1860.2.19

“Wise Sayings”, 1855.1.79

“Wish, A” /p, 1857.2.74

“Wishes” /p (Aunt Louise), 1868.1.16; /i (Mary Haines Gilbert), 1872.2.53-57

“Wit”, 1841.1.124; 1842.1.189; 1845.1.176; 1845.1.183; 1848.2.162

“Wit and Wisdom”, 1848.2.136

“Witch, A”, 1851.2.57-58

“Witch-Hazel” /i (M. R. W.), 1869.2.403-409

“Witch Rabbit, The” /i, 1856.2.163-169

“With Heart Aglow” /p (M. R. W.), 1872.1.19

“Wives Wanted”, 1850.2.29

“Wolf and the Lamb, The” /i, 1864.1.139

“Wolf and the Mastiff, The” /i, 1864.2.100-101

“Wolf and the Shepherds, The” /i, 1865.1.76

“Wolf and the Kid, The”, 1866.1.85

“Wolf in Disguise, The” /i, 1864.1.49

“Wolf that Pretended to Be Robbed, The” /i, 1841.2.7

“Wolsey Bridge; or, The Boy Bachelor” (Agnes Strickland), 1854.1.8-16; 1854.1.39- 1845

“Wolves and the Fiddler, The”, 1848.1.29-30

“Women”, 1842.1.71

“Wonderful Carriage”, 1855.1.106-107

“Wonderful Clock”, 1853.2.44-45

“Wonderful Cotton Tree, A”, 1859.1.75

“Wonderful Goat, The” /i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.38-39

“Wonderful Project, A” (Lafayette Courier), 1851.2.87

“Wonderful Sagacity” (New York paper), 1843.1.101

“Wonderful Sagacity of a Dog” /i, 1852.2.182-183

“Wonderful Trees": "The Aloe” /i, 1849.2.106-108; "The India Rubber Tree” /i, 1849.2.131-133; "The Cypress Tree” /i, 1850.1.13-14; "The Plane Tree” /i, 1850.1.40-41; “The Willow” /i, 1850.1.88-90; "The Orange Tree” /i, 1850.1.100-102; "The Juniper” /i, 1850.1.150-152; "The Almug Tree” /i, 1850.1.164-165; "The Maple Tree”, 1850.2.16-19. /i, 1853.2.39-40

“Wonders of Biography": "Apollonius Tyan‘us”, 1847.2.36-41; "The Emperor Akber”, 1847.2.76-81; "Guy of Warwick/i, 1847.2.118-121; "Henry Morgan, the Buccaneer/i, 1847.2.146-149; "Radama, King of Madagascar”, 1848.1.40-45; "Marco Polo”, 1848.1.130136

“Wonders of Chemistry”, 1849.2.114

Wonders of Geology” /i, 1842.1.3-7; /i (Buckland), 48.2.183

“Wonders of Nature”, 1854.2.221; 1859.2.114

“Wonders of the East” /i, 1858.1.54-55

“Wonders of the North of Europe”, 1846.1.51-52

“Wonders of the Honey-Bee”, 1846.2.47-50; 1846.2.70-73; 1846.2.100-105; 1846.2.130-133; 1846.2.166-169; 1847.1.23-29; 1847.1.35-40; 1847.1.70-76

“Wonders of the West”, 1849.1.69-70

“Wooden Collar” /i, 1859.2.18

“Wooden Horse, The” /i, 1843.2.156-157

“Wooden Spoon, The” /i (Helen W. Pierson), 1869.1.245-257

“Woodpecker, The” /i, 1863.1.80

“Woodpeckers, The” /i, 1845.1.161-162

“Wood-ranger's Son, The”, 1854.1.175-181; 1854.2.234-240

“Word, A”, 1848.2.85

“Word About Wild Flowers, A” /i (A. C. M.), 1860.2.14-15

“Word 'Canard,' The”, 1857.1.184

“Word 'Fast,' The”, 1841.2.185

“Word for Little Girls, A”, 1866.1.89

[The word gazette], 1844.2.56

“Word in Season, A”, 1843.1.43

“Word of My Correspondents, A”, 1842.1.158-160

“Word to Correspondents, A”, 1842.2.32

“Word to Friends and Correspondents, A” /i, 1848.1.71-72

“Word to Little Girls, A”, 1861.2.84

“Word to the Children, A” /p/i (A. C. M.), 1860.1.148-149; (A. C. M.), 1860.1.162163

“Word to the Merry Family, A” (Cousin Will), 1860.2.51

“Word to the Reader, A”, 1850.1.96

“Word to Young Men, A” /i, 1860.1.183-184

“Word with My Patrons, A” (D. A. Woodworth), 1857.1.128

“Words” /p, 1863.1.116

“Work” /p, 1862.2.174

“Work and Play” /p/i (Laura Elmer), 1858.2.9

“Work Before Play” /i, 1850.1.6-7

“Work for Little Ones” /p, 1865.2.148

“Work is Holy” /p, 1864.1.164

“Work-Table, The”, 1863.1.91

“Working Fairies, The” /i, 1860.1.106-110

“Working for Wages”, 1853.2.78-81

Working Girls” /i, 1863.2.113

“Working is Better Than Wishing” /i, 1871.1.113-115

“World, The”, 1864.2.142

“World, The” /p (Lilliput Lectures), 1871.2.44

“World Within a Plant, The”, 1843.1.177-179

“World Would Be the Better For It” /p, 1857.2.172

“World's Fair, The” /p, 1851.1.92

“Worrying”, 1861.1.68

“'Worst of It, The'”, 1852.2.181

“Worth of Time, The”, 1866.2.85

“Wounded” /p/i (L. E.), 1867.1.79

“Wounded Buffalo, The” /i, 1845.1.124

“Wreck of the Royal George, The”, 1849.2.35-37

“Wren's Song, The” /s, 1846.1.128

“Wrens and the Oriole, The” /i, 1856.2.5-10

“Wrens Learning to Sing”, 1845.1.126

“Wrinkles”, 1846.2.143

“Writing Composition” (Kitty Carroll), 1869.2.360-363

“Writing to Papa” /i, 1868.2.367

“Written on a Boy's Marble” /p (Mrs. Barbauld), 1844.1.34

“Written Sermons”, 1857.1.165


“Xenocrates”, 1852.1.173-174


“Yankee Bugle Player, A”, 1853.2.95-96

“Yankee Doodle” /i, 1855.2.44

Yankee Energy”, 1841.2.95

“Yankee Shoes”, 1857.1.182

“Yankee Wit”, 1844.1.27

“Yard of Pork, A”, 1849.1.50

“Years and Virtues” /p, 1860.2.48

“Yellow Hair”, 1843.1.109-110

“Yellow Leaf, The” /s (Jane Taylor), 1846.2.64

“Yellow Rose, The” /i, 1853.1.103-107

“Yellowbird” /p (Celia Thaxter), 1868.2.479

“Young Animals--A Dialogue” /i, 1848.2.19-20

“Young Artist, The” /i, 1865.1.182-183

“Young Birds and Children” (C. W. Webber), 1856.1.24-28; /i 1856.1.47-49

“Young Botanist, The” /i, 1847.1.173-181

“Young Captain, The” /i, 1865.1.179-181

“Young Doctors, The” (M. F. Burlingame), 1870.2.43-45

“Young Exile's Lament, The” /s (Mrs. Osgood), 1846.2.96

“Young Italian, The” /p/i, 1849.1.18-19

Young Italy in Boston” (Stella), 1870.1.30-32

“Young Man's Course, The”, 1865.2.133

“Young Men”, 1853.1.18

“Young Philosopher, The” (Hannah Hatchet), 1859.1.16-18; 1859.1.50-52; 1859.1.113115; 1859.1.135-136; 1859.1.165-167; 1859.2.16-18; 1859.2.46-47; 1859.2.65-66; 1859.2.112-114; 1859.2.144-146; 1859.2.172-174

“Young Pilgrims” /p/i (Mrs. Lydia Baxter), 1865.1.16

Young Savage, A” (A. Perry), 1870.2.227-229

“Young Shepherd, The”, 1871.1.81-88; 1871.1.116-122; 1871.1.169-176

“'Your Fare, Miss'”, 1862.1.81

“Youth and Flowers” /p/i, 1849.2.1-2

“Youth is the Time to Sign” /p, 1860.2.48

“Youthful Example” /s (E. L. White), 1847.2.96

“Youthful Improvement”, 1845.2.203

“Yusuf's Camel” /i (Rob Rollins), 1860.2.45-48


“Zebu, or Indian Ox, The” /i, 1843.1.85

“Zelma” /i, 1862.2.136-138

“Zephyr, The” /p, 1842.1.95

“Zerah Colburn” /i, 1846.2.186-187

“Zeuxis”, 1851.2.58-59

“Zodiac, The” /i, 1842.1.83-84

[zoological filler], 1852.1.188

“Zoological Gardens in London, The” /i, 1850.1.78-79



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