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Notes and Notebooks, 1847-1891 (continued)
Notes, 1847-1891 (continued)
English circle (continued)
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Hospital scenes
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Impetuosity and rapidity
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Imported woods
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List of cities See Container 33, “Death of [Thomas] Carlyle”
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List of words See Container 28, “Peace No More, But Flag of War”
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McCullough, Harry
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Manners of men are suborned
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Names and words
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Nencione
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New traits
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Notes on fiber boards
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On the thought of God
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Oysters See RBSC, Whitman, Walt, Two Rivulets, 1876
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Photographs
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Pocket watch
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Postage to Great Britain See RBSC, Post Office Department, The Postal Laws and Regulations, 1866
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Public school education
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Public schools improved
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Queer characters
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Shipping license regulations See Container 19, Wilson, Benton H.
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Spaulding, Mrs. Ada H.
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Special copy, not for sale See RBSC, Bucke, Richard Maurice, Walt Whitman, 1883
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Stamp purchase
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Telford, William Ingram
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Theories and faith
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Tomb of the martyrs, Brooklyn, N.Y.
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Walt Whitman's books
[DCN 139]
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War memo
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War notes
[DCN 140]
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Washington, D.C.
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Personal
1849, Feb. 16 , Hempstead tragedy, marginalia
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after 1855 , on hearing Alboni
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1856 , Henry David Thoreau's book presentation See RBSC, Thoreau, Henry D., A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, 1849
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1862, Sept. 6 , Wheeler, Albert S., interview
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circa 1864 , Hospital visits See Container 32, “Fifty-First New York Veterans”
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1865
Aug. 20 , Prentiss, Clifton K., death of
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Sept. 6 , Houghton, Richard M. M., letter to John T. Trowbridge; Emerson, Ralph Waldo, revised opinion of Whitman
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Hospital scenes See Container 27, “O Captain! My Captain!”
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1870 , Swinton, John, biographical data
[DCN 35]
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circa 1874 , illness
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1876
Mar. , destiny
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Memo on the portrait
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1878, Feb. , reading and elocution
[DCN 56]
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1880, Mar. 21 , autographs at Mr. Dudley's dinner
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1881, July 31 , genealogical notes
[DCN 68]
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circa 1881 , Walt Whitman on himself
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1885, Jan. 11 , Hind's army reminiscences
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1888 , will
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circa 1888
Autobiographical note
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Palmo's opera house See Container 34, “Appointment of Harlan”
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1889, Feb. , book owned by Whitman about Louis XIV
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1890
Jan. 20 , seventieth year, autobiographical note
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June , something very like egotism
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Aug. 12 , on Aaron Burr
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Old fellows: My seventy-first year arrives
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circa 1890 , autobiographical note
[DCN 122]
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1891, July 9 , tomb
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