Hawthorne as Editor: Selections from His Writings in the American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge

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Index of Selections
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Alexander Hamilton29-37
American Gipsies 243-44
Americanisms 249
Ancient Pilgrims 104-5
April Fools 106-8
Asthma 253-54
Bells 183-85
Bells of Moscow 229
Benefactor, A 235-36
Be Short 250
Big Kettle 258-59
Books 248
Boston Tea Party, The 91-99
Botany Bay 250
Brazilian Ignorance 246
Captain Franklin's Expedition 71-75
Caverns 157-58
Chantrey's Washington 137-38
Character 229
Chinese Pyramid 193
Church of Saint Sophia 210
Churches and Cathedrals 203-6
Cincinnati146-48
Coal 206-7
Coffee House Slip 170-72
Coinage 120-23
Combustion of a Professor 238
Commodore Dale 24-28
Comparative Longevity 165-69
Complexion 258
Dancing Horses 237
Death of Hindoos on the Ganges 77-78
Devil's Hill, The 148-49
Dog, The 192-93
Doll's Eyes 251-52
Duelling 256-57
Duels 258
Duston Family, The 131-37
Editorial Notice 224-25
Edward Drinker 159
Effect of Colour on Heat 180-82
Effect of Colour on Odours 201-3
Enormous Still 232
Fashionable Wigs 230
Fashions of Hats 149-53
Female Protection 246
Feminine Characteristics 155
Fessenden's Poems 216-21
Fidelity 106
Fire Worshippers 254-55
Forced Abstinence 234
French Soldiery, The 78-88
General Picton's Helmet 237-38
Girdle for the Earth 255-56
Good Rule, A 252
Habitations of Man 143-45
Historical Anecdote 146
Improve 258
Incurable Disease 211-12
Indian Corn 236-37
Indian Juggler 250-51
Infection 251
Influence of Music on Animals 199-201
Jerusalem55-58
John Adams42-52
John Bunyan's Works 221

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Biography 15
  • History and Geography 53
  • Nature, Science, Industry And Architecture 163
  • Literary Criticism 213
  • Miscellaneous Items 227
  • Appendix 261
  • Books and Authors 263
  • Index of Selections 273
  • General Index 275
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