The Cambridge History of American Literature

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INDEX
This index covers only the text. To find the bibliography for a given author observe the chapter in which his name occurs and then consult the proper section in the Bibliographies.
Abaellino, 219, 231
Absalom and Achitophel, 158-59
Accidence or the Path-way to Experience, An, 17
Account of the European Settlements, 212
Account of the New Invented Pennsylvanian Fire Places, An, 96
Achilles, 268
Adair, James, 193
Adams, Charles, 220
-- John, 91, 125, 129, 131, 137-38, 144, 146, 147, 172
-- Rev. John, 160-61
-- Samuel, 30, 132, 144
Adams and Liberty, 179
Addison, 94, 109, 112, 113, 116, 118, 159, 233, 234, 237, 238, 244, 254, 256
Address to the Freemen of South Carolina, An, 148
Address to the House of Burgesses, 142
Address to the People of the State of New York, An ( John Jay), 148
Address to the People of the State of New York ( Melancthon Smith), 148
Address to the Supreme Being, 161
Ad Thamesin, 3
Adulateur, The, 217
Adventures of Captain Bonneville, 210
Adventures of Joseph Andrews, The, 12
Adventures of Robin Day, The, 311
Advertisements for the Unexperienced Planters of New-England, 17
Advice to such as would remove to America, etc., 101
Afloat and Ashore, 302, 305
Ages, The, 262
Agrippa, Letters of, 148
Aiken, G. L., 227
Aimard, Gustave, 325
Akenside, 165, 263, 263 n.
A l'Abri, 241
Alarm to the Legislature of the Province of New York, An, 136
Alciphron, 81
Alcott, Amos Bronson, 333, 336-39, 340, 341, 342, 343, 345, 347
-- Louisa May, 337, 338
Alcott, (Mrs. A. Bronson), 338
Alcuin, 288
Alexander Selkirk, 178 n.
Algerine Captive, The, 236, 287
Alhambra, The, 239, 257
Allen, Ethan, 310
-- Paul, 180, 205
Alnwick Castle, 282
Alsop, George, 151
-- Richard, 164, 165, 175
America, Commerce, and Freedom, 179
"American Company," 217, 218, 219
American Democrat, The, 302
American Ethnological Society, 196
American Farmer, 187
American Flag, 281
American Geography, 187
American Literature (Trent), 280 n.
American Magazine, The, 122
American Magazine and Historical Chronicle, The, 121
American Mercury, 115, 116 n.
American Monthly Magazine, The, 241
American Notes, 207
American Philosophical Society, Founding of, 96
American Querist, etc., The, 138
American Register, 292
"American Sappho, The," 178, 179
American Scholar, The, 262, 328, 334
American Times, 174
American Village, The, 181
Americans in Paris, 230
Americans Roused in a Cure for the Spleen, The, 218
Ames, Nathaniel, 161
-- Jr., 161
Among the Trees, 265, 267
Analectic Magazine, The, 248
Anarchiad, The, 172, 174
Anderson, J. S. M., 20
André, Major, 225
André,219, 225 n.
Androborus,215, 215 n.
Andros, Sir Edmund, 52
Annals of Quodlibet, The, 312
Anti-Jacobin, The, 171, 176

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