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one, 235.

164—Anglo-Saxon, come very , Phlegyas quoted, 204.

near being anathematized, ib. Phrygian language. whether
O'Phace, Increase D., Esq., Adam spoke it, 156.
speech of, 181.

Pilgrims, the, 185.
Oracle of Fools, still respect. | Pillows, constitutional, 189.
fully consulted, 182.

Pinto, Mr., some letters of his
Orion, becomes commonplace, commended, 216.
213.

Pisgah, an impromptu one,
Orrery, Lord, his letters (lord!), 239.
216.

Platform, party, a convenient
Ostracism, curious species of,
182.

Plato, supped with, 215-his

man, 221.

Pleiades, the, not enough es-
P.

teemed, 213.

Pliny, his letters not admired,
Palestine, 165.

216.
Palfrey, Hon. J. G., 183, 188, Plotinus, a story of, 197.

190, (a worthy representative Plymouth Rock, Old, a Con-
of Massachusetts.)

vention wrecked on, 185.
Pantagruel recommends a pop- Point Tribulation, Mr. Sawin
ular oracle, 182.

wrecked on, 237.
Panurge, his interview with Poles, exile, whether crop of
Goatsnose, 224.

beans depends on, 162, note.
Papists, female, slain by zealous Polk, President, synonymous

Protestant bomb-shell, 241. with our country, 172-cen-
Paralipomenon, a man suspect- sured, 185—in danger of
ed of being, 222.

being crushed, 187.
Paris, liberal principles safe as Polka, Mexican, 167.
far away as, 207.

Pomp, a runaway slave, his
Parliamentum Indoctorum sit-

nest,

253 -- hypocritically
ting in permanence, 182. groans like white man, ib.-
Past, the, a good nurse, 197. blind to Christian privileges,
Patience, sister, quoted, 160. 254—his society valued at
Paynims, their throats propa- fifty dollars, ib.-his treach-
gandistically cut, 165.

ery, 255-takes Mr. Sawin
Penelope, her wise choice, 174. prisoner, 256—cruelly makes
People, soft enough, 208—want him work, ib.-puts himself
correct ideas, 235.

illegally under his tuition,
Pepin, King, 217.

ib.-dismisses him with con.
Periwig, 220.

tumelious epithets, ib.
Persius, a pithy saying of, 187, Pontifical bulî. a tamed one,
note.

165.
Pescara, Marquis, saying of, Pope, his verse excellent, 155.
154.

Pork, refractory in boiling, 164.
Peter, Saint, a letter of (post- Portugal, Alphonso the Sixth
mortem,) 217.

of, a monster, 258.
Pharisees, opprobriously refer- Post, Boston, 174–shaken visi-
red to, 207.

bly, 176—bad guide-post, ib.
Philippe, Louis, in pea-jacket, —too swift, ib.-edited by a
211.

colonel, ib.—who is presumed

officially in Mexico, ib.-re- | Rib, an infrangible one, 228.
ferred to, 192.

Richard the First of England,
Pot-hooks, death in, 224.

his Christian fervor, 165.
Preacher, an ornamental sym- Riches conjectured to have legs

bol, 206—a breeder of dog- as well as wings, 202.
mas, ib.-earnestness of, im- Robinson, Mr. John P., his
portant, 258.

opinions fully stated, 171-
Present, considered as an an- 173.

nalist, 206—not long wonder- Rocks, pocket full of, 230.
ful, 213.

Rough and Ready, 247—a wig,
President, slaveholding natural 249—a kind of scratch, ib.

to, 210-must be a Southern Russian eagle turns Prussian
resident, 235-must own a

blue, 190.
nigger, ib.
Principle, exposure spoils it,
183.

S.
Principles, bad, when less
harmful, 169.

Sabbath, breach of, 166.
Prophecy, a notable one,

191. Sabellianism, one accused of,
Proviso, bitterly spoken of, 219. 221.
Prudence, sister, her idiosyn- Saltillo, unfavorable view of,
cratic teapot, 230.

161.
Psammeticus, an experiment Salt-river, in Mexican, what,
of, 156.

161.
Public opinion, a blind and Samuel, Uncle, riotous, 190—

drunken guide, 168—nudges yet has qualities demanding
Mr.

Wilbur's elbow, ib. reverence, 207-a good pro-
ticklers of, 186.

vider for his family, 208-an
Pythagoras a bean-hater, why, exorbitant bill of, 241.
223.

Sansculottes, draw their wine
Pythagoreans, fish reverenced before drinking, 201.
by, why, 194.

Santa Anna, his expensive leg,

234.
Q.

Satan, never wants attorneys,

165—an expert talker by
Quixote. Don, 198.

signs, ib.-a successful fish-
erman with little or no bait,

ib.-cunning fetch of, 169–
R.

dislikes ridicule, 175-ought

not to have credit of ancient
Rag, one of sacred college, 168. oracles, 191, note.
Rautoul, Mr., talks loudly, 159 Satirist, incident to certain dan-

-pious reason for not enlist-
ing, ib.

Savages, Canadian, chance of
Recruiting sergeant, Devil sup- redemption offered to, 257.
posed the first, 154.

Sawin, B., Esquire, his letter
Representatives' Chamber, 194. not written in verse, 155-a
Rhinothism, society for promot- native of Jaalam, 156--not
ing, 215.

regular attendant on Rev.
Rhyme, whether natural not Mr. Wilbur's preaching, ib.-
considered, 155.

a fool, ib.-his statements

gers, 169.

trustworthy, 157—his orni- nominated for presidency,
thological tastes, ib.-letter 245—his country's father-in-
from, ib., 225, 243—his curi- law, ib.-nobly emulates Cin-
ous discovery in regard to cinnatus, 246—is not
bayonets, 158, 159_displays crooked stick, ib.-advises
proper family pride, 159— his adherents, 247—views of,
modestly confesses himself on present state of politics,
less wise than the Queen of 247-252-popular enthusiasm
Sheba, 162—the old Adam for, at Bellers's, and its disa-
in, peeps out, 164-a miles greeable consequences, 248-
emeritus, 225—is made text inhuman treatment of, by
for a sermon, ib.-loses a leg, Bellers, ib.-his opinion of
227—an eye, 228—left hand, the two parties, 249-agrees
ib.-four fingers of right with Mr. Webster, 250-his
hand, ib.-has six or more antislavery zeal, 251-his
ribs broken, ib.-a rib of his proper self-respect, ib.-his
infrangible, ib.-allows a cer- unaffected piety, ib.-his not
tain amount of preterite intemperate temperance, 252
greenness in himself, 229, 230 -a thrilling adventure of,
—his share of spoil limited, 252-257—his prudence and
230—his opinion of Mexican economy, 253-bound to Cap-
climate, ib.-acquires prop- tain Jakes, but regains his
erty of a certain sort, 231- freedom, 254—is taken prig-
his experience of glory, 232— oner, 255, 256—ignominious-
stands sentry. and puns ly treated, 256-his conse-
thereupon, 233—undergoes quent resolution, 257.
martyrdom in some of its Sayres, a martyr, 196.
most painful forms, ib.-en- Scaliger, saying of, 170.
ters the candidating busi- Scarabeus pilularius, 161.
ness, ib.—modestly states the Scott, General, his claims to
(avail) abilities which qualify the presidency, 176, 179.
him for high political station, Scythians, their diplomacy
234-236/has no principles, commended, 224.
234a

peaceman, ib.--un- Seamen, colored, sold, 153.
pledged, "ib.—has no objec- Selemnús, a sort of Lethean
tions to owning peculiar

river, 243.
property, but would not like Senate, debate in, made read-
to monopolize the truth, 235 able, 196.
-his account with glory, 236, Seneca, saying of, 169-anoth-
237—a selfish motive hinted er, 191, note-overrated by a
in, 237—sails for Eldorado, saint (but see Lord Boling-
ib.—shipwrecked on a meta- broke's opinion of, in a letter
phorical promontory, ib.- to Dean Swift,) 216—his let-
parallel between, and Rev. ters not commended, ib.-a
Mr. Wilbur (not Plutarch- son of Rev. Mr. Wilbur. 239.
ian), 239-conjectured to Serbonian bog of literature, 194.
have bathed in river Selem- Sextons, demand for, 160—
nus, 243_loves plough wise- heroic official devotion of one,
ly, but not too well, ib.

257.
foreign mission probably ex- Shaking fever, considered as an
pected by, 244-unanimously employer, 231.

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of, 176.

ate, 168.

Shakspeare, a good reporter, Store, cheap cash, a wicked
181.

fraud, 239
Sham, President, honest, 186. Strong, Governor Caleb, a pa-
Sheba, Queen of, 162.

triot, 173.
Sheep, none of Rev. Mr. Wil- Swearing, commended as a fig-

bur's turned wolves, 156. ure of speech, 157, note.
Shem, Scriptural curse of, Swift, Dean, threadbare saying

256.
Show, natural to love it, 160,

note.
Silver spoon born in Democra-

T.
cy's mouth, what, 187.
Sinai, suffers outrages, 206. Tag, elevated to the Cardinal-
Sin, wilderness of, modern,
what, 206.

Taxes, direct, advantages of,
Skin, hole in, strange taste of 240.
some for, 232.

Taylor zeal, its origin, 248—
Slaughter, whether God General, greased by Mr.

strengthen us for, 166. Choate, 250.
Slaughterers and soldiers com- Tesephone, banished for long-
pared, 242.

windedness, 194.
Slaughtering nowadays is Thanks, get lodged, 231.
slaughtering, 242.

Thaumaturgus, St. Gregory,
Slavery, of no color, 151-cor- letter of, to the Devil, 217.

nerstone of liberty, 192—also Thirty-nine articles might be
keystone, 199-last crumb of made serviceable, 167.
Eden, 202—a Jonah, ib.-an Thor, a foolish attempt of, 197.
institution, 220-a private Thumb, General Thomas, a
State concern, 253.

valuable member of society,
Smith, Joe, used as a transla-

189.
tion, 207.

Thunder, supposed in easy cir-
Smith, John, an interesting cumstances, 229.
character, 214.

Thynne, Mr., murdered, 154.
Smith, Mr., fears entertained Time, an innocent personage to

for, 204 dined with, 215. swear by, 157-a scene-shift-
Smith, N. B., his magnanimity,
211.

Toms, Peeping, 214.
Soandso, Mr., the great, defines Trees, various kinds of extra-
his position, 211.

ordinary ones, 237, 238.
Sol, the fisherman, 162—sound-Trowbridge, William, mariner,

ness of respiratory organs adventure of, 166.
hypothetically attributed to, Truth and falsehood start from
ib.

same point, 170—truth in-
Solon, a saying of, 168.

vulnerable to satire, ib.-
South Carolina, futile attempt compared to a river, 181-of
to anchor, 198.

fiction sometimes truer than
Spanish, to walk, what, 163. fact, ib.-told plainly, pas-
Speech-making, an abuse of

sim.
gift of speech, 193.

Tuileries, exciting scene at,
Star, north, subject to indict-

191.
ment, whether, 202.

Tully, a saying of, 184, note.

er, 212.

of, 178.

once, 239.

of, 168.

Tweedledee, gospel according Washingtons, two hatched at a
to, 207.

time by improved machine,
Tweedledum, great principles 245.
of, 207.

Water, Taunton, proverbially

weak, 252.
U.

Water-trees, 237.

Webster, some suntiments of,
Ulysses, husband of Penelope, commended by Mr. Sawin,
174-borrows money,

239. 249, 250.
(For full particulars of, see Westcott, Mr., his horror, 201.
Homer and Dante.)

Whig party, hus a large throat,
University, triennial catalogue 177—but query as to swal-

lowing spurs, 250.
White-house, 220.

Wife-trees, 237.
V.

Wilbur, Rev. Homer, A. M.,

consulted, 148—his instruc-
Van Buren fails of gaining Mr. tions to his flock, 158--a prop-

Sawin's confidence, 251-his osition of his for Protestant
son John reproved, ib.

bomb-shells, 167—his elbow
Van, Old, plan to set up, 251. nudged, 168--his notions of
Venetians, invented something satire, 169—some opinions of

his quoted with apparent ap-
Vices, cardinal, sacred conclave proval by Mr. Biglow, 172-

geographical speculations of,
Victoria, Queen, her natural 173-a justice of the peace,
terror, 190.

ib.-a letter of, 174—a Latin
Virgin, the, letter of, to Magis- pun of, 175-runs against a
trates of Messina, 217.

post without injury, 176—
Vratz, Captain, a Pomeranian, does not seek notoriety (what-
singular views of, 154.

ever some malignants may
affirm), 177-fits youths for

college, 178—a chaplain dur-
W.

ing late war with England,

180—a shrewd observation
Walpole, Horace, classed, 215— of, 182—some curious specu-
his letters praised, 216.

lations of, 192-195—his mar-
Waltham Plain, Cornwallis at, tello-tower, 193—forgets he
158.

is not in pulpit, 202, 225-227
Walton, punctilious in his in- -extracts from sermon of,

tercourse with fishes, 167. 205, 210-interested in John
War, abstract, horrid, 219—its Smith, 214—his views con-

hoppers, grist of, what, 232. cerning present state of let-
Warton, Thomas, a story of, ters, 214–217—a stratagem of,
180.

221-ventures two hundred
Washington, charge brought and fourth interpretation of
against, 246.

Beast in Apocalypse, 222—
Washington, city of, climatic christens Hon. B. Sawin,

influence of, on coats, 185- then an infant, 225—an ad-
mentioned, 196-grand jury dition to our sylva proposed

by, 238-curious and instruc-

of, 202.

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