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More Newspaper Articles by Mark Twain

Mark Twain (1835-1910)

1. Muscatine Journal, Friday, December 16, 1853 - Original Correspondence. Describing the city of Philadelphia and mentioning the musician Ole Bull.
2. Muscatine Journal, Friday, January 6, 1854 - Correspondence. The Weather - Fire and Loss of Life - Christman reparations - "Chew's House" - Lydia Darrah's House - The Old "Slate Roof House" - "Carpenter's Hall"
3. Muscatine Journal, February 17, 1854 - From Philadelphia. Discussing reception for Capt. E. T. Low and Captain Robert Creighton; mortuary poetry; and other local news
4. Muscatine Journal, Friday, March 24, 1854- Washington Correspondence. Describing the Treasury Building, Pennsylvania Avenue, Capitol, Senate Chamber, Smithsonian Institute, Washington Monument
5. Muscatine Tri-Weekly Journal, February 28, 1855 - Correspondence of the "Journal." From St. Louis, Missouri. Mentioning a church sermon; policemen; Thespian Society
6. Muscatine Tri-Weekly Journal, March 9, 1855- Describing local news; the Negro girl Chlo Ann Harris; New Mexico Indian uprising; and market reports
7. Muscatine Tri-Weekly Journal, March 12, 1855- From St. Louis on the death of Deputy Marshal Benjamin F. Brand
8. Muscatine Tri-Weekly Journal, March 14, 1855 - Correspondence of the "Journal." From St. Louis, Missouri. Mentioning James Reilly; the O'Blennis murder case; Jameison, the tragedian; Hyde, the poet; and market reports
9. Keokuk Saturday Post, November 1, 1856 - Correspondence. Includes a description of a Shakespeare play.
10. Keokuk Daily Post, November 29, 1856 - Snodgrass rides on the railroad
11. Keokuk Daily Post, April 10, 1857- Snodgrass in a Adventure
12. New York Sunday Mercury, February 7, 1864 - Doings in Nevada
13. New York Sunday Mercury, February 24, 1864 - Those Blasted Children
14. New York Sunday Mercury, March 3, 1867- The Winner of the Medal
15. New York Sunday Mercury, March 17, 1867 - A Curtain Lecture Concerning Skating
16. New York Sunday Mercury, March 24, 1867 - Barbarous
17. New York Sunday Mercury, April 7, 1867 - Female Suffrage
18. New York Sunday Mercury, April 21, 1867 - Official Physic
19. New York Sunday Mercury, July 7, 1867 - A Reminiscence of Artemus Ward
20. New York Sunday Mercury, July 14, 1867 - Jim Wolf and the Tom-Cats
21. The Golden Era, September 20, 1863 - How to Cure a Cold
22. The Golden Era, September 27,1863 - Mark Twain - More of Him - All About fashion
23. The Golden Era, September 27, 1863 - The Lick House Ball
24. The Golden Era, October 11, 1863 - The Great Prize Fight
25. The Golden Era, May 15, 1864 - Stories for Good Little Boys and Girls [attributed]
26. The Golden Era, June 26, 1864 - The Evidence in the Case of Smith vs Jones
27. The Golden Era, July 3, 1864 - Early Rising, As Regards Excursions to the Cliff House
28. The Golden Era, July 2, 1865 - Smith Brown Jones
29. The Golden Era, July 9, 1865 - Smith Brown Jones
30. The Golden Era, July 16, 1865 - Smith Brown Jones
31. The Golden Era, January 28, 1866 - Miseries of Washoe Men
32. The Golden Era, February 25, 1866 - On California Critics
33. The Golden Era, February 25, 1866 - A San Francisco Millionaire
34. The Golden Era, March 4, 1866 - The New Wildcat Religion
35. The Golden Era, March 11, 1866 - More Spiritual Investigations
36. The Golden Era, March 11, 1866 - On Boot-blacks
37. The Golden Era, March 18, 1866 - Reflections on the Sabbath
38. The Californian, October 1, 1864 - A Notable Conundrum
39. The Californian, October 8, 1864 - Concerning the Answer to That Conundrum
40. The Californian, October 15, 1864 - Still further Concerning That Conundrum
41. The Californian, October 22, 1864 - Whereas
42. The Californian, October 29, 1864 - A Touching Story of George Washington's Boyhood
43. The Californian, November 5, 1864 - Daniel in the Lion's Den - and Out Again All Right
44. The Californian, November 12, 1864 - The Killing of Julius Caesar "Localized"
45. The Californian, November 19, 1864 - A Full and Reliable Account of the Extraordinary Meteoric Shower of Last Saturday Night
46. The Californian, December 3, 1864 - Lucretia Smith's Soldier
47. The Californian, March 18, 1865 - An Unbiased Criticism
48. The Californian, May 6, 1865 - Important Correspondence
49. The Californian, May 13, 1865 - Further of Mr. Mark Twain's Important Correspondence
50. The Californian, May 27, 1865 - How I Went to the Great Race Between Lodi and Norfolk
51. The Californian, May 27, 1865 - A Voice for Setchell [review of actor Dan Setchell]
52. The Californian, June 3, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - Discarded Lover; Arabella; Persecuted Unfortunate; Arthur Augustus
53. The Californian, June 10, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - Amateur Serenader; St. Clair Higgins, Los Angeles; Arithmeticus, Virginia, Nevada; Ambitious Learner, Oakland; Julia Maria; Nom de Plume; Melton Mowbray, Dutch Flat; Laura Matilda; Professional Beggar
54. The Californian, June 17, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - Moral Statistician; Simon Wheeler, Sonora; Inquirer; Anna Maria; Charming Simplicity; Literary Connoisseur; Etiquetticus, Monitor Silver Mines
55. The Californian, June 24, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - True Son of the Union; Socrates Murphy; Arithmeticus, Virginia, Nevada; Young Mother; Blue-Stocking, San Francisco; Agnes St. Clair Smith
56. The Californian, July 1, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - Young Actor; Mary, Rincon School; Anxiety, S. F.; Mark Twain; Gold Hill News
57. The Californian, July 8, 1865 - Answers to Correspondents - Inquirer, Sacramento; Student of Etiquette; Mary, Rincon School., S. Browne
58. The Californian, August 26, 1865 - The Facts
59. The Californian, October 28, 1865 - Real Estate versus Imaginary Possessions, Poetically Considered - "My Ranch"
60. The Californian, November 18, 1865 - 'Mark Twain' on the Launch of the Steamer "Capital"; The Entertaining History of the Scriptural Panoramist
61. The Californian, December 16, 1865 - The Celebrated Jumping Frog Of Calaveras County
62. The Californian, December 23, 1865 - The Christmas Fireside. For Good Little Boys and Girls. By Grandfather Twain. The Story of the Bad Little Boy That Bore a Charmed Life. [version online from classicallibrary.org]
63. The Californian, December 23, 1865 - Enigma
64. The Californian, March 24, 1866 - A Complaint About Correspondents [version online from classicalllibrary.org]
65. The Californian, April 7, 1866 - On Linden, etc.
66. The Californian, July 7, 1866 - A Strange Dream [version online from classicallibrary.org]
67. The Californian, August 25, 1866 - The Moral Phenomenon
68. The Californian, September 29, 1866 - Origin of Illustrious Men
69. The Californian, January 19, 1867 - Mark Twain On Chambermaids [version online from classicallibrary.org]
70. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, May 26, 1865 - The Wickedness of the Police
71. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, June 19, 1865 - Immoral
72. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, June 23, 1865 - Enthusiastic Eloquence
73. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 17, 1865 - Earthquake Almanac
74. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 23, 1865 - What's the Matter?; Immoral Little "Call!"
75. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 26, 1865 - Attention, Fitz Smythe! + Another Nabob; Hushed Up
76. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 27, 1865 - Savage Little "Call"
77. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 28, 1865 - Feminine Wiles; The Documents; P. R. Intelligence; "Magnificent" Row
78. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 30, 1865 - Lisle Lester on Her Travels + The "Alta" in Luck
79. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, October 31, 1865 - Oh, Fitz Smythe! + Amusements: The Olympic
80. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 1, 1865 - The Sagacity of the Creature! + More California Notables Gone + Magnificent Suit + "Chrystal" Again
81. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 3, 1865 - "Chrystal" on Theology
82. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 4, 1865 - Vengeance!
83. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 6, 1865 - Oh, You Robinson!
84. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 7, 1865 - A Word from Lisle Lester + Vive La Humbug! + Explanation + That "Star Chamber" + Come Back "Chrystal!"
85. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 8, 1865 - "Surplusage"
86. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 9, 1865 - High Toned + Who Got It?; Offensive Personalities; Disrespectful + Stand Back!
87. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 11, 1865 - Cheerful Magnificence + Cowardly Little "Call" (on the death of "Bummer")
88. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 13, 1865 - In Ecstasies
89. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 14, 1865 - At It Again
90. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 16, 1865 - Ye Ancient Mystery
91. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 17, 1865 - Ambiguous + Improving + No Verdict + Intellectual Wide Awakes + Can't be Fooled + A Gentle Snub
92. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 18, 1865 - Bad Precedent + Misapplied Piety
93. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 20, 1865 - The Goblin Again!
94. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle,November 22, 1865 - Extraordinary; Disgusting
95. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 23, 1865 - Thrilling Original Tale
96. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 24, 1865 - The Whangdoodle Mourneth + Prize Fight; Back to Us Again
97. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 26, 1865 - Copyright Infringed; Oh, My!
98. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 29, 1865 - Say There, Now!
99. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, November 30, 1865 - Too Terse + Shame! + Bribery! Corruption! + Drunk?
100. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 1, 1865 - How Is That?
101. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 4, 1865 - Correction
102. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 5, 1865 - Delightful Romance + Self Advertising
103. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 6, 1865 - A Shameful Outrage; Oppressed + Still Another Opera House Row; "Outcroppings"
104. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 7, 1865 - Literary Outrage + The Maguire Case; The Lord Look Down! + Literary
105. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 8, 1865 - Big "City Item"
106. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 11, 1865 - A General Apology + Inexpensive Happiness + Fie, "K. V - V.," Fie! + That Bible -- A Disgusted Democrat; As Good as Original
107. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 12, 1865 - Our Active Police + The Maguire Case
108. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 13, 1865 - To Smokers + Podsnappian
109. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 14, 1865 - Come Now, No Poaching + That Bible Again + Non Sequitur
110. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 15, 1865 - Charming Romance
111. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 16, 1865 - "Silence that Dreadful Bell!"
112. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 18, 1865 - Death of Judge Shepheard; His Successor
113. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 19, 1865 - How Dare You?
114. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 20, 1865 - A Kindly Suggestion + Well! Well!; A Little Behindhand; After Him Again + Stating Facts
115. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 21, 1865 - Flowers of Imagination; It's Come at Last; What Does He Mean?; This Won't Go Down; Are You There, Old Truepenny?
116. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 22, 1865 - Conundrums for Little Christians
117. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 23, 1865 - A Brilliant Paper; Christmas Day
118. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 25, 1865 - Our New Judge; Getting Conservative; On the Side of the Lord; Feeling for It; Come Down From There!; Doggoned Nonsense; Very Creditable
119. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 26, 1865 - Story for Good Old Girls + Very Small; About Parties
120. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 27, 1865 - What's the Matter?; Brightening Up; The Dark Side + To the Rescue
121. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 28, 1865 - None of That; Sad, Distressing, Heart-Rending!; Enterprising; Justices Courts; More Persecution + The Opening of the Sixth Seal; The King is Dead! Long Live the King!; Sail In!
122. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, December 29, 1865 - Alas, and Alas!; Rather Small + Lucky Outcropper; Looking Up
123. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 1, 1866 - Too "Minute" + Characteristically Elegant; Thunder and Earthquakes; Return, O Return!; Make Us Laugh
124. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 3, 1866 - More Than a Match
125. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 16, 1866 - False to Thee!
126. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 19, 1866 - Another Critical Opinion; Indignant Editor
127. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 20, 1866 - Come Forward, Mark!
128. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 23, 1866 - Biographical
129. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 25, 1866 - Spiritual
130. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, January 26, 1866 - Ghostly
131. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 12, 1866 - Not True
132. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 13, 1866 - Not Statistical
133. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 14, 1866 - "Mark Twain" [how the name originated]
134. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 15, 1866 - After Him; Not So
135. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 17, 1866 - Advice
136. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 19 1866 - Important
137. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 21, 1866 - Bare-Faced Theft
138. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, February 23, 1866 - A Bad Name
139. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, March 3, 1866 - Not So
140. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, March 7, 1866 - For the Islands
141. The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, March 16, 1866 - Very Shocking
142. San Francisco Bulletin, November 30, 1866 - Includes observations on Sacramento; Marysville; Grass Valley; The Eureka mine; Nevada, CA
143. San Francisco Bulletin, December 6, 1866 - Includes: To Red Dog and Back; A Memento of Speculation (Meadow Lake); An Aristocratic Turn-Out; Silver Land (Nevada)
144. San Francisco Bulletin, December 7, 1866 - Includes observations on San Jose; California silk production; Mark Twain Mystified by a telegraphic despatch
145. New York Herald, February 3, 1868 - GOSSIP AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL - Dickens -- Congress and the Theatres -- Homes for Congressmen -- Eccentric Morality -- Stated Festivities -- A Look Into the Card Baskets -- Society and the Way It is Mixed -- Idiotic Aping of Fashion and Folly -- Grant's "Unsteady" Manoeuvres -- Butler on the War Path Again. February
146. New York Herald February 10, 1868 - WASHINGTON GOSSIP - The Cabinet Question Seriously Considered -- Mr. Harlan and Governor Dennison -- $12,000 for Subpoenaing Witnesses -- $629 for Subpoenaing Stanton's Pet, Baker -- Pay for a Parlor -- A $3,000 Item Not in the Report -- Phil Sheridan's Mileage -- Dickens' Readings -- Effect of the Grant Letter Upon Chase's Prospects
147. New York Herald February 18, 1868 - WASHINGTON GOSSIP - Unabated Interest in the Johnson - Grant Quarrel -- Who are the Roaring Lions -- Admission of Alabama -- The Case of Kate Brown -- The Gay Season
148. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, November 8, 1891 - "Mark Twain at Aix-Les-Bain"
149. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, December 6, 1891 - Mark Twain At Bayreuth [Often retitled "At the Shrine of St. Wagner"]
150. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, January 3, 1892 -Playing the Courier
151. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, February 7, 1892 - An Austrian Health Facotry [often retitled as "Marienbad--A Health Factory"]
152. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, March 6, 1892 - Mark twain in the Cradle of Liberty
153. Mark Twain's Travel Letters from 1891-92 - Chicago Daily Tribune, April 3, 1892 - The Chicoga of Europe [often titled "The German Chicago"]

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"More Newspaper Articles by Mark Twain" fills in the gaps left by the first collection of newspaper articles: "Newspaper Articles by Mark Twain" . The missing articles, collected by twainquotes.com, consist of works printed in the Muscatine Journal, the Keokuk Daily Post, the New York Sunday Mercury, the Golden Era, the Californian, The Daily Dramatic Chronicle, San Francisco Bulletin, the New York Herald and travel letters originally printed in the Chicago Daily tribune. The earliest articles first appeared in 1853.This collection contains only the work of Mark Twain (and articles relating to him) that are in the public domain. It does NOT contain articles that were re-printed from original sources (those original articles can be found in the first collection). Introductory and editorial material on these articles is available at the Twainquotes website. Special thanks to Barbara Schmidt and twainquotes.com for the use of the collected public domain articles and to Eberhard Schneider for the German segments found in sections 151 and 153. (Introduction by John Greenman) Text sources: - Muscatine Journal - Keokuk Post - New York Sunday Mercury - The Golden Era - The Californian - San Francisco Dramatic Chronicle - San Francisco Bulletin - New York Herald - Travel Letters