Tamerlane and other poems (1884)/Index
Angora, battle of, 61.
Athenæum, Mr. Ingram's communications to, on Edgar Poe's early poems, 10.
Belgravia, article in, by Mr. Ingram, on "the Unknown Poetry of Edgar Poe," 9, 10, 11, 14.
BelurTaglay, mountains of, 59.
Cowper, motto assigned to, on title-page of Poe's first volume, 8, 15.
Darkness, sound of, the, 37, 61.
Ingram, John H., on the earliest version of "Tamerlane," 9, his work on the text of Poe, ib., preposterous claim advanced by him, 10, misprints of, 11, erroneous statements by, 12, 13, valuable textual emendations suggested by, 14.
Innocent VII., Pope, 59.
Martial, the same motto from, quoted by Edgar Poe and by the Tennyson brothers, 8, 18.
North American Review, announcement of publication of Poe's first volume, 13.
Poe, Edgar Allan, his first volume of Poems, 3, 7.
Shepherd, Richard Herne, 12.
Tamerlane, first form of, 8, 9.
Tartar mythology, 60.
Tennyson, Alfred, his first volume of verse, 7, 8.
Thomas, Calvin F. S., printer of Poe's first volume, a very obscure man, 12, 13, 15.
Woodberry, George Edward, his letter to the editor on Poe's first volume and Mr. Ingram's misstatements concerning it, 12-13.
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