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The Journalism: 1846-1846

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Summary

"The Journalism, Volume II: 1846-1848, the definitive scholarly edition, is a volume in « The Collected Writings of Walt Whitman, the Whitman « Writings that « every library should own ("Choice). "The Journalism reprints Whitman editorials, articles, reviews, and other prose matter from "The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Journalism has reliable texts, substantial annotation, thorough textual tables, and a comprehensive index. Providing essential documents, "The Journalism is indispensable for understanding the genesis of "Leaves of Grass and the views and milieu of America's greatest poet. The volume, moreover, is useful in such areas as history, journalism, American studies, and popular culture. Whitman's journalistic writings cover a wide range of subjects: war, slavery, politics, government, economic matters, labor, immigration, social concerns (crime and punishment, poverty, minority rights, women's rights, health, education), the press, religion, literature, drama, music, and art.

Table of Contents

PREFACE xxv
EDITORIAL PRINCIPLES xxvii
1846-1848 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle and Kings County Democrat
August 1846
The Poor Wretches!
3(1)
City Intelligence: [A Steamboat Trip to Glen Cove]
4(1)
The President's Veto
4(1)
A Word to Our "Native" Friends
5(1)
City Intelligence: View of Brooklyn, L.I.
5(1)
A Thought
6(1)
That "Ruin" The First Session of the Twenty-Ninth Congress
6(1)
Peace with Mexico
7(1)
No Slavery in Oregon
8(1)
Honor to Him Who Has Been True to His Conscience and Country!
8(1)
The New British Cabinet
9(1)
[The Word "Foreigners"]
9(1)
City Intelligence: [The Effect of McKay's Bill]
10(1)
Literary Notices
10(2)
Sue's New Work
12(1)
"Injustice" to Ireland
12(1)
Public Flogging
12(1)
[A Hospital]
13(1)
Most Barbarous!
13(1)
Nobody Seems to Think of the Consumers
14(1)
[Templeton]
14(1)
["Ladies' Slippers"]
14(1)
[Charlotte Cushman]
15(1)
Literary Notices
15(1)
"Philanthropy"
16(1)
[The Weather]
16(1)
About Acting
17(1)
Something We Love to Record
17(1)
Literary Notices
18(1)
Have We Really Got "Free Trade" Now?
19(1)
The Stage
19(1)
Miss Bremer's Novels
20(1)
Were Men Made for That?
21(1)
Yes You Have!
21(1)
Quin Was Right!
21(1)
The Independent Treasury
21(1)
Female Labor
22(1)
City Intelligence: Bedford
23(1)
Wyatt's Execution, and Dying Speech
24(1)
Dramatics; and the True Secret of Acting
24(1)
Literary Notices
25(1)
'Learning' &c...
26(1)
[Smoking in the Omnibus]
27(1)
[An "Axe-i dent"]
28(1)
City Intelligence: The Public Schools of Brooklyn, and of the County
28(1)
Bad News
29(1)
A Specimen
29(1)
The Government Finances
29(1)
[The "Star" and "Advertiser"]
30(1)
The Drama
31(1)
Facts for Working Folk
31(1)
More about the 'Operations of the British, in India'
32(1)
[The Brooklyn "Advertiser"]
32(1)
Literary Notices
33(1)
We Must Laugh at This, Though We Respect Mr. Clay!
34(1)
["Editorial Dinner"]
34(1)
A Reminiscence
34(1)
More Hottentot Ignorance!
35(1)
[A Slur on American Women]
35(1)
Yankee Impertinence
36(1)
The British Calico Protection
36(1)
The Principles We Fight for
36(1)
A Visit to a Camp; &c
37(2)
Impediments to Trade
39(1)
Slavery
39(1)
Literary Notices
40(1)
September 1846
Acting .... The Keans
40(1)
Mr. Bryant
41(1)
Matters with Mexico
42(1)
Will Not the World Learn Wisdom?
42(1)
The Attacks on Mrs. Farnham
43(1)
Ion, Last Night
44(1)
What Is Best for Workingmen?
45(1)
Flogging in Schools
46(1)
Indirect Taxation
46(1)
What the Immigrant Said
47(1)
Plays and Players
47(1)
Appaling!
47(1)
Honest Opinions Forever!
48(1)
Late Publications
49(1)
Junior Clerks
49(1)
Chinese Doctrines Broached among Us-and Our Answer to Them
50(2)
The English Flogging Case
52(1)
Literary Notices
52(1)
Mr. Bancroft
53(1)
The Best Sort of Benevolence'
54(1)
[Lover]
54(1)
New Constitutions
54(1)
'Real Cannon Balls'
54(1)
We've Got As Much As We Owned, or the Government Ever Asked For!
55(1)
An Item for Protectionists
55(1)
Orthodox but Sanguinary
55(1)
Petty Legal Outrage
56(1)
The "Morning News"
57(1)
Something for Ladies' Reading
57(1)
Authors
58(1)
'Foreign' Prejudices
59(1)
'Political Women'
59(1)
Vocal Concerts, by Children
60(1)
School Officers' Duties
60(1)
City Intelligence: What's the Matter with the Lamps?
61(1)
The Pen
61(1)
[Washington Irving]
62(1)
Gayety of Americans
63(1)
Old World Poor
64(1)
The Literary World
64(1)
Something Like a Reform!
65(1)
Our Fortune under Our Own Control
65(1)
Minor Moralities
66(1)
Petty Criticism
66(1)
The Literary World
67(1)
Claims of the Democratic Party at the Next Election
67(1)
Health
68(1)
[A Fine Lyric]
68(2)
American Editing and Editors
70(2)
The 'Irish,' &c
72(1)
The Literary World
73(1)
Mrs. Mowatt
73(1)
City Intelligence: [Broadway]
74(1)
October 1846
Do Such Energies Require 'Protection'?
74(1)
The Literary World
75(1)
A Peaceful Conquest!
75(1)
Nativism
75(2)
The Literary World
77(1)
What We Thought at the Institute Fair, This Morning
77(1)
[Theatrical Criticism]
78(1)
["Indulgent Nature"]
78(1)
Progress
79(1)
Baron Von Raumer
79(1)
An Indignant Official
80(1)
The Union vs. Fanaticism
81(1)
Mr. Burke the Violinist
81(1)
'Yankee Doodle Come'
82(1)
["Our Charming Weather"]
82(1)
[Protection]
83(1)
[The Boston "Post"]
84(1)
The Literary World
84(2)
The Victory
86(1)
The New Violinist
86(1)
General Taylor
87(1)
The Literary World
88(1)
The Literary World
89(1)
Pennsylvania and Ohio
90(1)
Prohibition of Liquor-vending, &c
90(1)
Local Intelligence: Ventilation of Domestic Rooms, Public Schools, Steamboat Cabins, and Our New City Hall
91(1)
Holy Bible-Illuminated: Harpers' Edition
92(1)
Brooklyn Ferry Rights
93(1)
The New Constitution
93(1)
Free Exhibitions of Works of Art
94(1)
Notices of New Books
94(1)
Death of Thomas Clarkson
95(1)
Preparations
95(1)
The Bugles Are Sounding
95(1)
[Whittier Nearly Killed]
96(1)
[Brooklyn "Daily Advertiser"]
96(1)
Phonography
96(1)
$100 Reward
97(1)
[The "Advertiser"]
97(1)
Free Trade Men!
97(1)
Notices of New Books
98(1)
"Amphibious Whigs"
98(1)
["The Natives"]
98(1)
Don't 'Flunk"
99(1)
Cutting Down Those Wages
99(1)
November 1846
Some Last Words
99(1)
Action
100(1)
Close Up Your Ranks!
100(1)
Fear Avaunt!
101(1)
[The "Advertiser"]
101(1)
[The "Advertiser"]
101(1)
A Single Vote
102(1)
Local Intelligence [Election Day]
102(1)
Our Defeat in the State
102(1)
Morbid Appetite for Money
103(1)
Notices of New Books
104(1)
O, That "Odious Law"!
105(1)
Self-Advancement, &c
106(1)
"It Is Well"
107(1)
Perpetuity of the Democratic Spirit
108(1)
Indian Life and Customs-A True Subject for American Antiquarian Research
109(1)
[Miss Northall's Concert]
110(1)
Slavery in Louisiana
111(1)
Initiatory Moves
111(1)
Working Women
111(1)
Criticism-New Books
112(1)
The 'Domestic Circle'
112(1)
Liberty in France
113(1)
Don't Be Frightened, Democrats!
113(1)
A Development of Court-Life in Europe-The Two Royal Marriages
114(1)
Free Night Schools
115(1)
Frequency of Children's Deaths
115(1)
Case of People, vs. Paper
116(1)
Force in Government
117(1)
Death of a Truly Good Man
118(1)
Boys in the Streets-Vacant Time and How to Spend It
118(1)
Abetting the Enemy
119(1)
Notices of New Books
120(1)
Local Intelligence: Sabbath-School Education
121(1)
Absurdities in School Government
122(1)
One of the Bold and True
122(1)
Local Intelligence: Public Parks and Grounds for Recreation
123(1)
Matters Which Were Seen and Done in an Afternoon Ramble
124(2)
Incidents in the Life of a World-Famed Man
126(1)
[Contentment]
127(1)
The Hanging To-day; (20th)
127(1)
["Yankee Doodle" No. 7]
127(1)
New Publications
128(1)
About Pictures, &c
128(1)
Thomas's Execution
129(1)
Attempts to Create a Panic in the Flour Markets
129(1)
Education-Schools, Etc
130(1)
Notices of New Books
131(1)
The Twenty-Fifth of November, 1783
132(1)
American Futurity
133(1)
[Thanksgiving Day]
134(1)
Late Publications
135(1)
December 1846
The Independent Treasury
135(1)
[Lashing]
136(1)
[Values]
136(1)
Notices of New Works
136(1)
Music That IS Music
137(1)
Sixty-Three Years Since-The 4th of Dec., 1783
138(1)
Travels by the Way-Side in Europe
139(1)
[Liberty]
139(1)
The Command of the American Army in Mexico
140(1)
The Queen of England
141(1)
Literary English Characters of the Past Century-Dr. Johnson
142(1)
Free Night Schools
143(1)
'That' Oil
143(1)
Re-election of Mr. Calhoun to the Senate
144(1)
[Book Notice]
144(1)
Autobiography of a Brooklyn Lamp: A Serial Tale
144(1)
Notices of New Books
144(1)
[Cromwell and the Puritans]
145(1)
Autobiography of a Brooklyn Lamp
146(1)
Works of History, for General Reading
146(1)
[Book Notice]
147(1)
Make a Black Mark for It'
147(1)
[The Viennoise Children]
147(1)
[Book Notice]
148(1)
Isms
148(1)
John Quincy Adams
149(1)
Books for Youth
149(1)
A Public Benefactor
149(1)
[Brooklyn Lamps]
149(1)
[The Mexican War]
150(1)
Don't Be So 'Mortal Genteel!
150(1)
A Few Words to the Young Men of Brooklyn
150(1)
The Effect of This Horrible 'Free Trade' Tariff on Mechanics' Wages
151(1)
Startling!
152(1)
[Revolutionary Patriots]
152(1)
New York City, &c
152(1)
The Republic of Cracow 'Extinguished'
152(1)
Set Down Your Feet, Democrats!
153(1)
School Arithmetic
153(1)
Books Just Published
153(1)
'No License'
154(1)
Theatricals
155(1)
'Important Announcement'
155(1)
Health and Prosperity Go with Him!
156(1)
Will We Never Have Any Better State of Things?
156(1)
Ultraisen
156(1)
For the Boys
157(1)
'A Merry Christmas' Wishes the Eagle to Its Readers, (in Advance)
157(1)
The West
157(1)
'The Gladiator'-Mr. Forrest-Acting
158(1)
Book Notices
159(1)
'That' Ruin
159(1)
Sign-Posts of the Times
159(1)
A Funeral by Moonlight
160(1)
A Paragraph for the English Abolitionists
161(1)
[Book Notices]
162(1)
January 1847
Government
162(1)
The War-The Late Alleged Revolution in Some of the Departments of Mexico
162(1)
True Yankee Talent-A Word about Fostering Precocity in Children
163(1)
Death of Owen Flood
163(1)
[Viennoise Children]
164(1)
Slavery in New American Territory
164(1)
'In the Twinkling of an Eye'
165(1)
Another School Officer Proposed
165(1)
High School in Brooklyn
165(1)
Scraps of Education
165(1)
Thirty-Two Years Since-8th of January, 1815
166(1)
[School Tax]
166(1)
Monkeyism in Brooklyn
166(1)
[Schooling in Sparta]
167(1)
The Fools of the Nineteenth Century Trying to Kill the Goose That Lays Their Golden Eggs
167(1)
[A Free Press]
168(1)
[The "Advertiser"]
168(1)
New Reading, but the Same Meaning
169(1)
Pay of Soldiers
169(1)
Democratic Doctrine
169(1)
Egotism
170(1)
[The "Advertiser" and "Loco-focos"]
170(1)
'Tis More than Sixty Years Since!
170(1)
Lately Published Books
170(1)
The Law of Blood-Shall Russ Be Hung?
171(1)
The Latest Raw Head and Bloody Bones
172(1)
Night Schools for Brooklyn Apprentices and Other Youth-Shall We Not Establish Them Yet?
173(1)
Arrival of the Hibernia
174(1)
Books Just Published
174(1)
Free Evening Schools for Brooklyn Youth-A Word to the Common Council and to the Board of Education
175(1)
More Radicalism in the Pope
176(1)
[Book Notice]
176(1)
The Intemperance of Temperance
176(1)
The Sewing-Women of Brooklyn and New York
177(1)
"The World Is Governed Too Much"
178(1)
Local Intelligence: The Poor in Brooklyn
178(1)
Fort Greene Park-and How We Shall Be Able to Get It
179(1)
February 1847
[An Outrage]
179(1)
[Poe's Wife Dead]
180(1)
Books Just Published
180(1)
One of the Results of the New Excise Law
181(1)
The Most Emphatic Expression of Opinion on an Important Subject Ever Given by the Empire State!
181(1)
Public Opinion
182(1)
Free Seminaries of Brooklyn: The Concord St. School-The York St. School-The Middagh St. School
182(2)
'Now Then Stupid!'
184(1)
[Get Married]
184(1)
A Plea for the Stricken Ones!
185(1)
More Egotism
185(1)
More Terrible Tractoration!
185(1)
[Devils' Feast]
186(1)
The Next Blessing to God's Blessings-Shall It Be Jeopardised?
186(1)
Course of Brooklyn Whiggery toward the Relief for Ireland Movement
187(1)
[Book Notice]
188(1)
The Foreign Press on the American President
188(1)
Miserable State of the Stage-Why Can't We Have Something Worth the Name of American Drama?
189(1)
[The "Advertiser"]
190(1)
[A Safe Moral Novel Writer]
191(1)
Independent American Literature-Our Answer to Yankee Doodle-The Hamilton Lit. Society of Brooklyn
191(1)
Why Don't Their Charity Begin at Home?
192(1)
A Daniel Come to Judgment'
193(1)
What Sort of Books Can Be Admitted in School Libraries
193(1)
Local Intelligence: Phonography
194(1)
Abroad
194(1)
State of the Common Schools-Synopsis of the Superintendent's Report
195(1)
Why Do Theatres Languish? And How Shall the American Stage Be Resuscitated?
195(2)
Brooklyn Public Schools-Statistics and Suggestions
197(1)
Suffering and Deaths by Starvation in Ireland
197(1)
Peace with Mexico
198(1)
[Italian Opera]
198(1)
Children of Father Type
199(1)
One of the Sacredest Rights of an American Citizen Outraged Punishment of an Editor for Daring to Speak His Mind
199(1)
[Dull Day]
200(1)
[Park Theatre]
201(1)
Slavery in New Territory
201(1)
Indeed a Literary Banquet
201(1)
Women Should Possess Their Own!
202(1)
[Free Night Schools]
202(1)
The Young Mechanics of Brooklyn, (and Old Ones Too) Should Take More Interest in the Free Library
202(1)
Twigs from the Press-Tree
203(1)
Williamsburgh-Meeting for Ireland
204(1)
The Reason Why We Have Our Flag Flying To-day, (22d)
204(1)
Public Feeling in Criminal Trials
204(1)
The March Monthlies
205(1)
What an Idea!
205(1)
The Brooklyn Eagle on the Rio Grande-A Snow Storm
206(1)
The UNION Now and Forever!
206(1)
Tone of the American Press-Personality
207(1)
Will You Not Spend an Hour To-Night at the Irish Relief Meeting, at the Brooklyn Institute?
208(1)
March 1847
[Religious Duties]
208(1)
A Little Paragraph, with a Big Moral
209(1)
How About the Doings in Congress? Now That One Day More Will Bring Its Close
209(1)
Loss of the Wilmot Proviso
209(1)
An Hour in One of the Brooklyn Public Schools-Something More about Education and Teachers
210(3)
Lately Published Works
213(2)
Don't Be Miserly in Such Matters
215(1)
Mrs. C. A. Stewart's Elementary School
216(1)
The New Opera
216(1)
Our Indian Articles
217(1)
A Good Monthly
217(1)
Lighting the Light
218(1)
The Poor of Scotland
218(1)
Honor to Literature!
219(1)
Something about Physiology and Phrenology
219(1)
Education-Brooklyn Teachers, and the Taught-Public School No. 6
220(1)
'Dunigan's Home Library'
221(1)
Relief to the Land of Burns!
222(1)
The Opinions of Washington and Jefferson on an Important Point
222(1)
[Book Notices]
223(1)
Shall We Promulge the Noble Temperance Reform, by Moral Means, or by Stringent Laws?
224(1)
[The Singers Hutchinsons]
225(1)
Andrew Jackson
225(1)
Hazlitt's Napoleon-Wiley & Putnam's Reprint
225(1)
The Toils of a Newspaper
226(1)
Will Not the Same Rule Apply to Brooklyn?
227(1)
[Payne's "Pictorial World"]
227(1)
The Ward Meetings To-Night-Parties in Brooklyn
227(1)
A Book for American Young Men
228(1)
Political Knowledge
228(1)
Rules for Governing Children
229(1)
Brooklyn Public School, 4th District
230(1)
That Observatory in Brooklyn Which We MUST Have-Result of Bending the Mind to a Determined Object
230(1)
[Opera at Palmo's]
231(1)
Works for Schools, and for Young People
231(1)
[The Number of States]
232(1)
Beauties of Residing in New York City: by One Who Knows [Book Notices]
232(1)
Dombey and Son
233(1)
[Opera Review]
233(1)
[Combe's "Physiology"]
233(1)
Teaching Teachers
234(1)
"Improved Presses"
234(1)
[Book Review]
234(1)
Mind Your Stops
235(1)
One of the Last Relics of Bigotry
235(1)
[Book Notices]
235(1)
April 1847
Books for Youth, of Either Sex
235(1)
Notices of New Books
236(1)
Where the Great Stretch of Power Must Be Wielded
237(1)
Warmth of Affection and Manner toward Children
237(1)
Honor to the Hero! The Battle of Buena Vista-Bright among the Brightest Emanations of American Glory
238(1)
[Politics of the Editor of the "Eagle"]
239(1)
Maxims
240(1)
[Book Notice]
241(1)
Clean the Streets! Clean the Streets! Clean the Streets!
241(1)
American Biography
241(1)
Signs
242(1)
Nothing but the Whole Ticket!
242(1)
Let Us Illuminate
243(1)
How We Feel about It
243(1)
Book World
244(2)
Evening Schools
246(1)
An Emanation of Brooklyn Patriotism-Meeting of Citizens in Front of the "Eagle" Office to Testify Their Sense of Our Brilliant Victories in the South-West
246(1)
[The Brooklyn "Evening Star"]
247(1)
Fort Greene Park-Brooklyn Observatory
248(1)
Flogging in Our Brooklyn Schools
249(1)
Brooklyn Schools
249(1)
Our New Press
250(1)
Dramatic Affairs, and Actors
250(1)
[The Democratic Spirit]
251(1)
Play Grounds
252(1)
Schools and Legislatures
253(1)
Brooklyn Schools
253(1)
New States: Shall They Be Slave or Free?
253(1)
Book World
254(2)
Mr. Webster: The Great Bribed
256(1)
The Ambition to 'Make a Show' in Dress-Hints to Brooklyn Young Women and Men
257(1)
Poverty-A Scene in New York
257(1)
Reminiscences of the Slave Trade
258(1)
Anti-Democratic Bearing of Scott's Novels
258(1)
Rights of Southern Freemen As Well As Northern Freemen Mr. Calhoun's Speech
259(1)
[Notices]
260(1)
Serious Works
261(1)
May 1847
Encouragement to the Democrat
261(1)
How Brooklyn Will Look, Soon
262(1)
[Book Notice]
262(1)
Benefit of Bathing
262(1)
[Book Notice]
263(1)
Suggestions Caused by the Murder
263(1)
[Book Notices]
264(1)
["The Things Which We Have Learned"]
264(1)
[Book Notices]
264(1)
Vulgar and Brutal Affair
265(1)
Brooklyn Normal Institute
265(1)
'Minor Morals,' or Rules for Youths' Behaviour: from the Maxims of Washington
265(1)
Books Lately Published
266(1)
How Matters Are Going On, Abroad
266(1)
[Literary Notice]
267(1)
[Literary Notice]
267(1)
Brooklyn Sunday School Children
267(1)
Liberality, Indeed!
268(1)
[Literary Notices]
268(1)
Disunion
268(1)
[Colonel Jefferson Davis]
269(1)
Mournful Matter!
269(1)
Book World
270(2)
June 1847
The City of Dirt
272(1)
Young Men for Office
273(1)
Religious Volumes
273(1)
Paucity of News
274(1)
[The "Municipal Gazette"]
274(1)
"The Inconstant One"
274(1)
The New Yorkers Wanting a Hundred Acre Park-Lesson Which We Would Do Well to Learn, in Behalf of Fort Greene
275(1)
Fort Greene Park
275(1)
New and Racy Work
276(1)
[Book Notice]
276(1)
An Afternoon with the Orphans-Ride to Greenwood, in the Omnibus 'Excelsior'-Garden Festival at Mr. Husted's
277(1)
Book World
278(2)
The Talons of New York Must Be Unloosed from Brooklyn!
280(1)
[Book Notices]
281(1)
Ireland and England-Eccentricity of English Charity
282(1)
A Working Woman's Savings
282(1)
Recd with Thanks
283(1)
Lengths of Whig Partizanship-Infamous Charges'
283(1)
Book World
284(1)
The Monthly Magazines
285(1)
Honor to the Chief Magistrate of the United States!
286(1)
[Annual Salary]
286(1)
The President in Brooklyn
286(2)
Books
288(1)
The 'Law of Blood'
289(1)
New Magazine
290(1)
July 1847
Independence Day
290(1)
More of the "Advertiser's" Logic
291(1)
Corporal Punishment in Schools
291(1)
Brooklyn Schools-The Lash as Used in Them
291(2)
[The Brooklyn Daily "Advertiser"]
293(1)
Pleasant Two Hours' Jaunt-East Brooklyn Stages
294(1)
[Weeping Willow Sticks]
294(1)
Ride to Coney Island, and Clam-Bake There
295(1)
[An Incongruity]
296(1)
Editors
296(1)
Paper Money
296(1)
[Fineness in Speaking]
297(1)
[Be Very Careful]
297(1)
Dombey and Son
297(1)
Books Lately Issued
297(2)
A Nest of Cockney Blackguards
299(1)
South Brooklyn
300(1)
New Light and Old
300(2)
[England in India and China]
302(1)
Late Books
302(1)
August 1847
Mrs. Bishop's Singing
303(1)
'The Good Genius That Turned Everything into Gold'
304(1)
What Makes a "Gentleman" in the English Court
304(1)
A Ridiculous Idea
305(1)
Late Issues in the Publishing World
305(1)
The French Revolution
305(1)
[Book Notices]
306(1)
The 'Death Punishment' as in the French Revolution
307(1)
Philosophy of Ferries
308(2)
New Business for Governments
310(1)
How We Went Down to Fort Hamilton-and Other Matters
310(2)
[Teaching]
312(1)
Persian Poetry
312(1)
Advice for Summer
313(1)
Another Shocking Result from Druggist's Carelessness
313(1)
Late Publications
313(1)
Peaches and Courtesy
314(1)
[Book Notices]
314(1)
The Great Work at South Brooklyn
314(1)
Condition of the Stage
315(1)
Ballad of the Children's Wish
316(1)
What the Defenders of the Gallows Say-and an Answer Thereto
316(1)
[The "Union Magazine"]
317(1)
To-Day's Gloomy News
317(1)
September 1847
American Workingmen, versus Slavery
318(2)
[A Public School]
320(1)
[Country Schoolmaster]
320(1)
New Works from Harpers
321(1)
"Democratic Review"
321(1)
A Thought of Ours about Music in the United States
322(1)
Excellent Remarks on Gov. Dorr
322(1)
Residence in Brooklyn
322(1)
The "Star" and "Credit"
323(1)
The Opening of the Campaign
323(1)
East Long Island Correspondence: [Letter I]
324(2)
East Long Island Correspondence: [Letter II]
326(2)
Paredes in Mexico
328(1)
East Long Island Correspondence: [Letter III]
329(1)
Disgraceful to the Profession of Editor!
330(1)
When Will the War Be Ended?
330(2)
Brooklyn Schools and Teachers
332(1)
Educational Works Recently Published by the Harpers
332(1)
Books Lately Published
333(1)
Dilatoriness
334(1)
[Book Notice]
335(1)
Hope for Ireland!
335(1)
["The New Juvenile Drawing Book"]
336(1)
[Literary Notices]
336(1)
Ventilation in Our Brooklyn School Rooms
337(1)
October 1847
Something Which Every Youth Should Read
337(1)
Music at Midnight
338(1)
Mr. James's Life of Henry IV of France
338(1)
Late Publications
339(1)
[Periodical Review]
339(1)
The War, the Administration, and the Coming Election
340(1)
Some Thoughts about This Matter of the Washington Monument
340(1)
[Harper's Cerographic Map of the United States and Canada]
341(1)
Only One Week!
342(1)
["Tales of the Borders"]
342(1)
Idle Daughters
343(1)
Local Intelligence: [The Weather]
343(1)
New Music
343(1)
[Literary Notices]
344(1)
Real Question at Issue!
344(1)
Rouse and Come Forth!
345(1)
November 1847
Mr. Clay's "Far-Seeing Policy"
345(1)
The "Wilmot Proviso"
346(1)
Have You Yet Voted?
346(1)
[Slavery in the New Territory]
346(1)
[Irish Relief]
346(1)
Some Reflections on the Past, and for the Future
346(2)
[At the Park Theatre]
348(1)
Verdict of the Undaunted Democracy of the Empire State in Behalf of the Jeffersonian Ordinance
348(1)
[A Defense of Our Grammar]
349(1)
[Wit in the "Advertiser "]
350(1)
[The Editors of the Brooklyn "Advertiser"]
351(1)
A Question Answered
351(1)
[Brooklyn "Advertiser"]
351(1)
New Publications
352(1)
Michigan Election-Democratic Victory
353(1)
Oratorio of Elijah
354(1)
Religious Works
354(1)
A Woman Hung
355(1)
[Brooklyn "Advertiser"]
355(1)
Works of Dr. Chalmers
355(1)
[Willow Branch]
355(1)
["Consular Cities of China"]
356(1)
The President, the War, and the Whigs
356(1)
Penury of a Play-Writer
357(1)
Slavery in Delaware
357(1)
Rally Round the Government
358(1)
Another Son of Brooklyn! Death, in Mexico, of Francis Van Dyke, Jr
359(1)
[Book Notice]
359(1)
"Annexation of Mexico"
360(1)
New Publications
361(1)
Bad Lights
362(1)
Schoolmasters and Printers
362(1)
To-morrow Is Set Apart
362(1)
How Contracts Are Given Out under the Present City Government
363(1)
Thomson's "Seasons." Harper's Illustrated Edition
363(1)
Startling Novelty!
364(1)
Troubles in the Whig Camp
364(1)
What the Government Paper Says about Peace with Mexico
365(1)
Hurry Up That Ordinance!
365(1)
Bother without Improvement
365(1)
The Broadway Theatre, New York
366(1)
The World of Books
366(2)
[Literary Notice]
368(1)
A Place for the Musical Folk of Brooklyn
368(1)
December 1847
[Literary Notices]
369(1)
[Licking School Children]
369(1)
Mr. Gallatin's Plan of Settling Our Dispute with Mexico
370(1)
Shall We Have That Monument?
371(1)
Late Publications
372(1)
Shutting of Stores at 8 O'Clock P.M.-Junior Clerks
373(1)
New Music
374(1)
Mr. Clay's Prospects
374(1)
[Troy Nail Works]
374(1)
Late Publications
375(1)
Vocal Music in the Brooklyn Schools
375(1)
A Foot and Boot Article
375(2)
["The Opal"]
377(1)
Cannot Brooklyn Too Say Something for Italy?
378(1)
Free Evening Schools, in Brooklyn
378(1)
Late Music from Atwill's
379(1)
[Literary Notices]
379(1)
What the Free-Traders Want
379(1)
Earliest and Best
380(1)
["Young People's Mirror"]
381(1)
English Meanness
381(1)
The Same Subject Continued
381(1)
[An Emerson Paragraph]
381(1)
Broad Farce in Literature-"The John-Donkey"
382(1)
Prolific Legislation
382(1)
Late Publications
382(1)
Holiday Publications
383(1)
Theatricals in New York
384(1)
Young Men of Brooklyn, Look at This!
385(1)
New and Beautiful Music
385(1)
More and Worse Suffering in Ireland-What Shall Be the Remedy?
385(1)
Vagrom Woman
386(1)
Did O'Connell Do Evil or Good?
386(2)
[Literary Notice]
388(1)
Dirty Streets
388(1)
New Year's Day
388(1)
New Music
389(1)
January 1848
Letter from Gen. Cass
389(1)
More Legislative Doctoring
390(1)
Ladies' Calls
390(1)
About Newspapers
390(1)
A Word for the Theatre
391(1)
[A Wife]
392(1)
Disagreement among the Legislative Doctors
392(1)
[A School-Master]
393(1)
Andrew Jackson
393(1)
Ten Minutes in the Engine Room of a Brooklyn Ferry Boat
394(1)
Milton-"Harpers' Illustrated Edition"
394(1)
[Literary Notices]
395(1)
Children
396(1)
School Superintendent for Brooklyn
396(1)
[Brooklyn City Lamps]
397(2)
NOTES 399(14)
NAME GLOSSARY 413(38)
TEXTUAL TABLES:
A. TEXTUAL EMENDATIONS AND NOTES
451(21)
B. WORD DIVISION
472(3)
INDEX 475

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