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oor, 308.

482.

Evelyn, John, quoted, 18; 252. FORMER INHABITANTS AND WIN-
Ixpenses, see Cost; farm, 88; TER VISITORS, 396-418.

Jutgo and income, bean-field, Fox, shooting a, 430.
253, 254.

Foxes outside T.'s house, 422.
Exploration of one's self, 494- Freeman, “Sippio Brister,” 399.
497.

Frogs, troonk of bull-, 197, 198.
Ertra Vagance! depends on how Fruits, gathering autumn, 369.
you are yarded, 500.

Fuel, a necessary of life, 22; of

man's body, food, 23.
Face, imaginary formation by Furniture, generally considered,
thawing of the, 474.

104-110; moved out of doors,
Factory system, not best mode of 177.

supplying clothing, 43.
Vair Haven, huckleberries on Gazette, news of political parties,

hill, 269, 271 ; 290; 308; 317; not of nature, printed in the,
385 ; 421 ; 430 ; Ledges, 432; 30.

461; late ice on pond, 468. Gilpin, William, quoted, 387 ; 443.
Tarm, the Hollowell, 131 ; a God, clothes fit to worship, in,
model, 308.

39.
Farmer, John, reflections of, 345. “God's Drop," proposed as
Fariner, visits from a long-head name for Walden Pond, 303.
ed, 413,

Good Genius, advice of T.'s, 324.
Farmers, interesting in propor- Gookin, Daniel, quoted, 48.
tion as they are

Goose, stray, cackling like spirit
Fashion, worship of, 42.

of the fog, 68; honking of, 421,
Fate, what a man thinks of him-
self, his, 15.

Goose Pond, 308; musk-rats in,
Father tongue, written language

420.

Gossip, stroll to village to hear,
Fenda, wife of "Sippio Brister," 261.
399.

Ground-nut, the, 370-372.
Field, John, an Irishman, story Guns, sound of distant big, 249.

of, 318.
Fine art, no place for a work of, Hare, the, 434.
61, 62.

Harivansa, the, quoted, 135.
Fire, purification by, 108; my Hasty-pudding, friends flee apo

housekeeper," 392; inan and, proach of, 380.
393; an alırm of, 401.

Hawk, watching a, 487.
Fishes, schools of, in Walden Hebe, a worshiper of, 217.

Pond, 297 ; of thought, 417. Hercules, labors of, trifling com.
Fishing, with silent man, 272; at pared with those of T.'s neigh-

night, 274; alone detains citi-
zens at Walden Pon1, 332; im- Herds, the keepers of inen, 90.
possible to T. without loss of Hermit. See Dialogue.
self-respect, 333; in winter, HIGHER LAWS, 327-346.
438.

Hippocrates, on cutting the nails,
Pitchburg (Mass.), going to, 85; 18.
Railroad, 180.

Hollowell place, the, 129, 131.
Klint's Pond, 284; or Sandy, in Homer, Iliad, 157 ; never yet

Lincoln, 304-308; 314 : covered printed in English, 163; quoted,
with snow, like Baffin's Bay,

225.
419; 461, 462, 464, 465.

Horses to hang clothes on, wood.
Food, a necessary of life, 21; the

fuel of man's body, 23 ; general Hospitalality, not hospitality
consideration of, 87-104; objec but, 236.
tions to animal, 334; desirabil Hounds hunting woods in winter
ity of simple, 335-340.

428-433.

our, 159.

66

bors, 10.

en, 36

House, every spot possible site | Laing, Samuel, quoted, 45.

for a, 128 ; the ideal, 377-380. Lake, the earth's eye, a, 291.
House-raising at Walden Pond, Lake Champlain, Long Wharf to,
73.

187.
HOUSE-WARMING, 369-395. “ Leach-hole" in Walden Pond,
Houses, superfluities in our, 58. 450.
Housework, a pleasant pastime, Leaf, resemblance of sand for-
177.

mation to a, 472.
Huckleberries never reach Bos- Lexington (Mass.), 129.
ton, 271.

Liebig, J. F. von, quoted, 23.
Hunters, boys to be made first Life, cares and labors of, 12; an
sportsmen, then, 330.

experiment, 17; students not
Hyde, Tom, the tinker, quoted, to play or study life, but to
505.

live, 82 ; purposes of, 143; one
Hygeia, no worshiper of, 217. has imagined, living the, 498

live your, however mean, 505;
I, the first person, retained in in us, like the water in the
this book, 8.

river, 513.
Ice, looking through the, on Wal. “Light-winged Smoke, Icarian

den Pond, 382; whooping of Bird,” verse, 391.
the, 422 ; cutting through, to Lilac, growing by deserted
get water, 437; cutting on houses, 407.
Walden Pond, 452-460; beauty Limits of living, 13.
of Walden, 457 ; booming of Lincoln (Mass.), 136; 192; owls
the, 465.

in woods of, 196 ; 244; Flint's
Indian houses in Mass. colony, Pond in, 804 ; chestnut woods
49.

of, 370 ; 397 ; burying-ground,
Ingraham, Cato, slave of Duncan, 399; 410.
397.

Lining of beauty for houses, 65.
Inherited property a misfortune, Little Reading, 165.
10.

Loneliness, desirable, 208, 214.
Inspector of storms, self ap- Loon, hunting and a game with
pointed, 31.

the, 363-368.
Iolas, and hydra's head, 10. Luxury, fruit of a life of, 25.
Irish, physical condition of the Lyceum, 171, 172.
“It is no dream of mine," verse, Make-a-Stir, Squire, 14.
303.

Manilla hemp, 187.

Maples, autumn colors of, 372.
Jays, arrival of the, 425.

D'assasoit, visited by Winslow,
Jesuits and Indian torture, 119.
Jesus Christ, liberalizing influ- Maturing, no need of haste to
ence of, 170.

wards, 502.
Johnson, Edward, quoted, 63. Mencius, quoted, 342.

Mentors, of little use, 17.
Khoung-tseri, 150.

Middlesex Cattle Show, 54.
Kieou-he-yu, 150.

Milky Way? is not our planet in
Kirby, William, and Spence, the, 208.
quoted, 335 ; 360.

Minding his business, till ineli-
Kittlybenders, let us not play at, gible as town officer, T., 31.
509.

Minerva, Momus objects to house

of, 55.
Laborer, choosing occupation of Mfr Cainar Uddin Mast, quoted,

a day, 111; falling in pond 157.

with many clothes on, 120. Mirabeau, on highway robbery,
Laboring man has no time to be quoted, 497.

anything but a machine, the, 12. Model farm, 4, 308.

poor, 57.

222.

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“ Modern improvements," an il- | Nilometer. See Realometer.
lusion about, 84.

Nine Acre Corner, White Pond
Momus, objection to Minerva's in, 280.
house by, 55.

“No Admittance," never printed
Mouuments, good sense worth on T.'s gate, 29.
more than, 92, 93.

Novel reading, 165.
Morning, work, a man's, 59; re- Nutting in Lincoln woods, 370.

newal of, 140-142 ; work in the Nutting, Sam, an old hunter,
early, 243.

432.
Mortgages, abundance of, in Con-
cord, 53.

Olympus, the outside of the earth
Mouse in T.'s house, 351 ; the everywhere, 134.
wild, 433.

Opposition to society, 497.
Muskrats, colony of, 262; in Ornaments, siguificance of archi-
Goose Pond, 420.

tectural, 77.

Overseer, yourself the worst, 14.
Nature, adapted to our weakness Ovid, quoted, 11, 484; 486.

as to our strength, 20; a liberty Owl, winged' brother of the cat,
in, 202; no melancholy or sol watching a, 411.
itude in the midst of, 205–207 ; Owls, wailing of, 194–197; in
the medicines of, 216; known Walden woods in winter, 420,
only as a robber by the farmer, 421.
258; men who become a part of,
328 ; questious and answers of, Pantaloons not to be mended like
436; our knowledge of the laws

legs, 37.
of, 448; helping lay the keel of, Partridge, the, 352-354; 427; 435.
467 ; principle of operations of, Pauper, visit from half-witted,
475 ; man's need of, 489.

235.
Necessaries of life, 21.

Penance, people of Concord do
Necessity, a seeming fate, com-

ing, 9.
monly called, 11.

Penobscot Indians, living in coto
Negro slavery, 14.

ton tents, 47.
Neighborhood, avoiding a bad, Perfection, artist of Kouroo who
ourselves, 55.

strove after, 503.
Neva marshes at Walden Pond, Pfeiffer, Mine. Ida, quoted, 38.

Philanthropy, generally consid-
New clothes, beware of all enter ered, 118-126.
pris's requiring, 39.

Philosopher, what he is nnt is
New England, Walden of and for not, 26; visits from a, 415-418.

people of, 9; hardships en- Philosophers, ancient, poor in
dured that men may die in, outward, rich in iuwird rich-
25; wealth cause3 respect in,
38; mean life lived by inhabi- Pickerel, Wilden, 288, 289, 439.
tants of, 152; can hire all the | Pive-tree, felling, i vigh more its
wise men oi the world to teach friend thin foe, 69.
her, 173; nitril sports of, Plants, the noiler vnlired for
329; Ruw, 400 ; Night's Euter their fruit in air an l light, 27.
tainment, a, 417

Plato, 169; definition of a milll,
New Hollander, naked when 232.

European shivers in clothes, Pleasant Meadow, adjunct to
22.

Baker Farm, 317.
New Netherl und, Sacretary of Poet. See Dialogue ; visits from

Province, quoted, 03.
“News? What's the," 147; fu- Poets, never yet read by man.
tility of the, 148.

kind, 164.
Night, walking the woods by, POND IN WINTER, THE, 436-460.
265-268.

PONDS, THE, 271.313.

110, 35.

es, 25.

a, 414.

cow, 193.

70.

Poor, houses of the, 56.

Sensuality, in eating and other
Post-office, easily dispensed with, appetites, 340–346.
148.

Serenade, like the music of the
Present moment, meeting of two

eternities, past and future, 29. Sewing, work you may call end-
Public opinion, compared with less, 38.
private, 14.

hanty, pur hase of Collins's, 69,
Pumpkin, sitting alone on a, 60;

none so poor that he need sit Shelter, a necessary of life, 22;
on a, 104,

how it became a necessary, 45;
Purslane, dinner of, 98.

generally considered, 45-66.

Shingles of thought, whittling,
Quoil, Hugh, an Irishman, 405. 417.

Shirts, our liber, or true bark,
Rabbit, the, 435.

40.
Railroad, car, growing luxuries Simplicity of life, 144.

in, 60 ; slowness and heedless- Skins, sale of, 432.
ness of, 85, 86; men overrid- Sleepers, railroad, 146.
den by, 146; listening with Snake under water in torpid
praise to sound of, 180-192;

state, 67.
Iron, Trojan Horse ruining Snow, the Great, 186 ; 201 ; dating
Walden, 301.

from the Great, 394; walking
Rain, enjoyment of, 208.

in the, 410.
Rainbow, standing in light of, Society, commonly too cheap,
316.

213.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, quoted, 11. SOUNDS, 174–201.
READING, 156–173.

South, laborers a staple produc-
Reality, finding, 154.

tion of the, 58.
Realometer, not Nilometer, but Spain, specimen news from, 149.

Sparrow, the first, of spring, 478.
Rent, annual tax that would buy Spectator, the part of man which
a village of wigwams, 50.

is, 211.
Reporter, with labor for pains, Spenser, Edmund, quoted, 222.
30.

Sportsmen, making boys, 330.
Resignation, confirmed desper- SPRING, 461-492.
ation, 15.

Spring, coming of the, 466;
Robin, the evening, 481.

morning, nioral effect of a, 484.
Room for thoughts, 219.

Squire Make-a-Stir, 14.
Runaway slave, 237.

Squirrel, red, watching the, 422-

425 ; in spring, coming of, 478.
Sadi of Shiraz, Sheik, quoted, i Staff, the artist's, which became
125.

the fairest creation of Brahma,
Saint Vitus' dance, 147.

503.
Sand formations due to thaw, Statistics. See Cost.
409-475.

Stone, nations' pride in ham-
Sand cherry, tasted ont of com mered, 92.

pliment to Nature, 178. Stove, disadvantages of cooking-,
Sardanapalus, at best houses 394.

traveler considered a, 60. Stratton, now the Alms House,
Savage, his advantage over civil Farm, 397 ; family, homestead

ized man, 52; life, instinct to of, 399.
wards, 326.

Students,

poor,

Walden addressed
dcnrecrow taken for man whose

to, 8.
clothes it wears, 37.

Sudbury (Mass.), 138 ; 468.
School, the uncommon, 173. Sumach growing by T.'s house,
Seeds of virtues, not beans, 179.
255.

Survey of Walden Pond, 441-45%

2, 154.

oxen

Zurveyor of forest paths and | Tintinnabulum from without, the
across lot routes, 31.

noise of contemporaries, 507.
Sutton (Miss.), 410.

Tools, men the tools of their, 61.

Trees, visits to particular, 315.
Tchi g-thang, quoted, 140. Truth, to be preferred to all
Temperature of pond water in things, 510.
spring, 461.

Turtle-dove, long ago lost hound,
Tests, our lives tried by a thou bay horse, and, 29.

sand sinple, 18.
Thauksgivings, cattle-shows and Varro, Marcus Terentius, quoted,
80-called, 257.

258.
Thaw, sand formations due to, Vedas, the, quoted, 141; and
469; Thor and, 477.

Zendavestas, 164 ; quoted, 339.
" They," an authority impersonal Vegetable-made bones,
as the Fates, 41.

with, 17.
Thieving, practiced only where VILLAGE, THE, 261-270.

property is unevenly divided, Village, should play part of a
270.

nobleman as patron of art,
Thor and thaw, 477.

171-173; a great news-room,
Thoreau, Henry David, goes to 262; running the gauntlet in

live by Walden Pond, 7; pre the, 263.
fers to talk in the first person Vishnu Purana, the, quoted, 418.
singular, 8; beginning in the VISITORS, 218–240.
woods, 66; purchase of Col Vivid Lake as a name for White
lins's shanty, 69; began to oc Pond, 300.
cupy house, 73; planted beans,
87; earnings and spendings, Wachito River, 148.
91-96; making bread, 98; de Walden, road, townsman on, 209;
clined offer of a mat, 107 ; im. vale, giving notice, by smoke,
aginary purchase of Hollowell to inhabitants of, 391 ; snow in
farm, 131 ; situation of house, roads of, 413; vale, making
135, 178 ; purpose in going to amends for silence, to, 414.
woods, 143; hoed beans, did Walden Pond, house on the shore
not read books, 175 ; listening of, 7; purpose in living by, to
to various sounds, 180-201 ; transact private business, 33;
friendship with Cinarlian advantages of, as a place of
wood-chopper, 22-231; devo business, 35; March, 1845, went
tion to husbandry, 252; earn to woods by, 66 ; of their own
ing: and spending on bean natures, fishing in the, 204; no
field, 253, 254 ; put in jail for more lonely than, 214; old
not paying taxo3, 268 ; fishing settler who dug, 215; bottom-
in Walden Pond, 272-275; less as, 234; scenery of, 275–
boiling chowder about 1821, 304 ; origin of paving of, 285;
283 ; eirliest duys on Walden temperature of water in, 287 ;
Pond, 300; first begins to in animale in, 288-290; purity of,
habit horse in cold weather, 302; fishing alone detains citi-
376; finishes ho'ise with plas zens at, 332 ; ducks on, 368;
tering, 380 ; surveys Walden first ice on, 382; dates of first
Pond, 441; 19aves Walden, freezing over, 386 ; 408; bare
Sept. 6, 1847, 492.

of snow, 420; fox on thin ice
Thoughts, sell your clothes and

of, 428; 429; pickerel of, 439,
keep your, 506.

surveying and sounding, 441-
Thrasher, brown, 246, 247.

452; cutting ice on, 452-460;
Thseng-tseu, quoted, 339.

breaking up of ice in, 460-467 ;
Tierra del Fuego, 20.

dates of complete opening, 467.
Time, but a stream to fish in, Walden Woods, geese alighting
156.

in, 385; Cato Ingraham living

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