1840-49

1840

“The Beauty of Soniberg,” The Evergreen, I (May), pp. 234-237.

“Matty Gore,” The Religious Souvenir (Hartford, Conn.), pp. 50-90, reprinted in The Religious Souvenir (Hartford, Conn., 1846), pp. 50-90.

Letters From Abroad To Kindred at Home (New York, Harper and Brothers).

Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson, Collected and Arranged by her Mother, with a Biography by Miss Sedgwick (Philadelphia, 1841), pp. 33-91. The biography was reprinted in Poems by Lucretia Maria Davidson (New York, 1871) and in Library of American Biography, VII, series one (New York. 1871).

Stories For Young Persons (New York, Harper and Brothers). This volume includes “The Deformed Boy,” originally published in 1826, “Eighteen Hundred Thirty Eight’s Farewell,” “Marietza,” “Fanny and Her Dog Neptune,” “Skepticism,” “Ella” (originally published in 1834), “Small Losses,” “Spring in the City” (originally published in 1832), “A Vision” (not the same sketch that appeared in 1823), “Saturday Night” (originally published in 1827), “Dogs” (originally published in 1828), and “Jacot.”

“The Ballet,” New Yorker, XI (August 14), p. 341. This is an excerpt from Letters from Abroad (1841).

“English Literary Men,” New Yorker, XI (July 10), pp. 250-260. This is an excerpt from Letters From Abroad (1841).

“A German Dinner,” The Northern Light, I (April) 6. This is an excerpt from Letters From Abroad (1841).

“Lucy Wendal,” Pittsfield Sun, Pittsfield, Mass., September 16, p. 1, reprinted as “A Tale of Real Life,” The Talisman (Philadelphia 1852), pp. 67-75.

“A Voyage Across The Atlantic,” New Yorker, XI (September 4), pp. 391-392, and United States Magazine and Democratic Review, XI (September), pp. 236-249.

1842

“A Day in a Railroad Car,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXV (January to July), pp. 51-55, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. 169-189.

“A Huguenot Family,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXV (September and October), pp. 144-148 and 189-193, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. 249-289.

“The Irish Girl,” United States Magazine and Democratic Review, N.S. X (February), pp. 129-140, reprinted in The Dollar Magazine, II (1842) and Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. 191-244.

“Miss Burdett Coutts,” New York Mirror, XX (February), p. 70, reprinted in Brother Jonathan, V (June 3, 1843), p. 143. This is an excerpt from Letters From Abroad (1841).

“Wilton Harvey,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXIX (January to June), pp. 12, 76, and following, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, l844), pp. 9-162.

1843

Memorials Written on Several Occasions During The Illness and After the Decease of the Three Little Boys, Dedicatory Letter by Catharine Maria Sedgwick (New York, Eleazar Parmly), p. 41.

Selections from the Writings of Mrs. Margaret M. Davidson, preface by Catharine Maria Sedgwick (Philadelphia).

“Cousin Frank,” United States Magazine and Democratic Review, N.S. XII (May), p. 512-513, and New World, ed. Benjamin Parks (New York), pp. 537-538, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. l63-168.

“The Postoffice,” Graham’s Magazine, XXIII (August), 61-67, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. 291-319.

“Scenes From Life In Town,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXVI (April), pp. 159-163.

“A Sketch,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXVI (January), pp. 19-21.

“Society,” Ladies’ Companion, XIX (June), pp. 93-94 and Brother Jonathan, V (June 3), p. 145.

1844

Tales and Sketches, series two, or, Wilton Harvey and Other Tales, New York, Harper and Brothers. This volume includes “Wilton Harvey,” “Cousin Frank,” “A Day in a Railroad Car,” “The Irish Girl,” “Daniel Prime,” “A Huguenot Family,” “The Postoffice,” “Second Thoughts Best,” “Our Burial Place,” and “A Vision.” All had previously appeared in print.

“Berkshire,” Graham’s Magazine, XXVI (July), pp. 6-9.

“The College Boy,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXIX (July and September), pp. 27-31 and 115-119.

“A Contrast,” Graham’s Magazine, XXV (January), pp. 15-18.

“The Last Chapter of the Chronicles of the Berkshire Jubilee,” The Berkshire Jubilee (Albany), pp. 225-230.

“New York Fountains and Astor Baths,” Graham’s Magazine, XXV (March), pp. 123-125.

“Country Life,” The Religious Souvenir (Hartford, Conn.), pp. 26-48, reprinted in The Religious Keepsake (Hartford, Conn.), in 1846, pp. 26-48. These are the same gift books, but with different titles and covers.

“Fanny McDermot,” Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXX (January and February), pp. 13-20 and 75-83, reprinted in A New England Tale and Miscellanies (New York- 1852) pp. 355-388.

“An Incident at Rome,” Graham’s Magazine, XXVI (March), pp. 104-108.

1846

Morals of Manners (New York, G. P. Putnam).

“Imelda of Bologna,” Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, V (June), pp. 253-261.

“The Little Mendicants,” Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, V (April), pp. 181-184.

“Look Before You Leap,” Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, V (January), pp. 13-17, reprinted in The Irving Offering (New York, 1851), pp. 160-186.

“New Year’s Day,” Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, V (February), pp. 83-89. This is not the same sketch as the one published in 1836 under the same title.

“The Patch-Work Quilt,” Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine, V (March), pp. 123-126.

1847

“An Apologue,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, I (December), pp. 247-248.

“The City Clerk,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, I (July), pp. 35-44, reprinted in Tales of City Life (Philadelphia, 1850), and as “Charlie Hathaway,; or, The City Clerk and His Sister” (New York, 1869), as part of “Uncle John’s Library.”

“Crescent Beach,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, I (November), pp. 212-219.

“An Excursion to Manchester,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, I (September), pp. 111-113.

“Was it Providence?” The Mayflower (Boston), pp. 278-280.

“Widowhood,” The Mirror of Life (Philadelphia), pp. 165-174.

1848

The Boy of Mount Rhigi (Boston, Pierce), re-issued in 1849, 1850, and 1862.

Facts and Fancies for School-Day Reading (New York, G.P. Putnam).

“Life is Sweet,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, III (August), pp. 94-95, reprinted in Tales of City Life (Philadelphia, 1850), The Gem of the Season (New York, 1850), pp. 219-222, The Thought Blossom (New York, 1855), pp. 208-211, and Charlie Hathaway; or, The City Clerk and His Sister; and other Stories (New York, 1869).

“Straggling Extracts, From A Journal Kept in Switzerland,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, II (March), pp. 115-121.

“A Tale with a Moral,” Pittsfield Sun, Pittsfield, Mass., November 9, p. 1.

1849

“First Love,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, IV (February), pp. 81-84, reprinted in The Dewdrop, (Philadelphia, 1852), pp. 43-45.

“Magnetism Among The Shakers,” Sartain’s Union Magazine, IV (May), pp. 337-338, reprinted in The Literary Gem (Philadelphia, 1854), pp. 69-70.

“Rural Life,” American Metropolitan Magazine, (January), pp. 12-16.

(This bibliography is from Richard Banus Gidez’s dissertation, A Study of the Works of Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Ohio State University, 1958.)

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