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INDEX 375 Walden Pond, 212, 213 ; first begins to inhabit house in cold weather, 268 ; finishes house with plastering, 271; surveys Walden Pond, 315; leaves Walden, Sept. 6, 1847, 351. Thoughts, sell your clothes and keep your, 361. Thrasher, brown, 175. Thseng-tseu, quoted, 241. Tierra del Fuego, 14. Time, but a stream to fish in, 109. Tintinnabulum from without, the noise of contemporaries, 362. Tools, men the tools of their, 41. Trees, visits to particular, 223. Truth, to be preferred to all things, 364. Turtle-dove, long ago lost hound, bay horse, and, 18, 19. Varro, Marcus Terentius, quoted, 183. Vedas, the, quoted, 99, 240; andZen- davestas, 115. Vegetable-made bones, oxen with, 10. ViUage, The, 185-191. Village, should play part of a noble- man as patron of art, 121, 122; a great news-room, 185 ; running the gauntlet in the, 186. Virid Lake as a name for White Pond, 219. Vishnu Purana, the, quoted, 298. Visitors, 155-170. Wachito River, 104. Walden, road, townsman on, 148; vale, giving notice, by smoke, to inhabitants of, 279 ; snow in roads of, 294; vale, making amends for silence, to, 295. Walden Pond, house on the shore of, 3; purpose in living by, to transact private business, 21 ; advantages of, as a place of business, 23; March, 1845, went to woods by, 45 ; of their own natures, fishing in the, 145; no more lonely than, 152 ; old settler who dug, 152 ; bottomless as, 166 ; scenery of, 195-216 ; origin of paving of, 202; temperature of water in, 203, 204; animals in, 204- 206 ; purity of, 214 ; fishing alone detains citizens at, 235 ; ducks on. 262 ; first ice on, 272 ; dates of first freezing over, 275; 291; bare of snow, 299; fox on thin ice of, 306; pickerel of, 314; surveying and sounding, 315-324; cutting ice on, 323-329 ; breaking up of ice in, 329- 334. Walden Woods, geese alighting in, 274 ; Cato Ingraham living in, 283; Zilpha living in, 283 ; Hugh Quoil living in, 288; owls hooting the lingua vernacula of, 300 ; fox- hunting in, 306. Waldenses, pickerel, 315. Wasps, visits from, 265. Water, colors of, 195-197; transpar- ency of, 197-199. Way land (Mass.), 173. Weeds, destruction of various, 178. "Welcome, Englishmen! " 170. Well Meadow, 307. West Indian provinces of the fancy and imagination, 8. Weston (Mass.), 308. "What's the railroad to me?" verse, 135, 136. Where I Lived, and What I Lived for, 90-109. Whip-poor-wills, singing of, 137. White Pond, 199, 201, 219,221; plan of, 320. Wigwam, in Indian gazettes, symbol of a day's march, 30. Winslow, Edward, quoted, 158. Winter Animals, 299-311. Winter Visitors, Former Inhabit- ants, and, 282-298. Wood, gathering, 275 ; relative value of, in different places, 277. Woodchuck, eating a, 66. Wood-pile, the, 278. Woods, turning face to the, 21. Work, exaggerated Importance of our, 12. Wyman, the potter, 288. Yellow Pine Lake, why suggested as a name for White Pond, 219. Voung, Arthur, 61. Youth and age, 9. Zendavestas, Vedas and, 115. Zilpha, a colored woman, 283. Zoroaster, let the hired man com- mune with, 120.