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The Livingstons headed the Anglo-American revolutionists in the colony of New York as the Schuylers headed the Knickerbocker Dutch.

They would surely be fair to Jim, and when she had him ready, with his leather book-bag, his neat blue serge knickerbocker suit, his white collar and well-polished boots, she thought, with a swelling of pride, that there would not be a handsomer child in the school, nor one that was better cared for.

Journal, Lockport, N.Y. Knickerbocker, Albany, N.Y. News, Buffalo, N.Y. News, Newark, N.J. Once A Week, New York City.

Frocks vanished from our castle then, Ne'er to be worn or seen again, And in his knickerbocker pride He boasted pockets at each side And stored them deep with various things Stones, tops and jacks and-colored strings; Then for a time we claimed the joy Of calling him our little boy.

I know one thing, and that is when I am married Wilbur will not be one of the leading lights of the Knickerbocker, even if I have to prance down there and drag him out by the neck.

The Friars spend every night in Bohemia or the Knickerbocker bar, so Wilbur says.

In a second more the upper half of the big old-fashioned door had swung open, to Draxy's great delight, who exclaimed, "Oh, father, we read about such doors as this in that Knickerbocker book, don't you remember?"

"Upon repairing to the sitting-room of the hotel Morse opened Knickerbocker's 'History of New York,' which he had thrown into the carriage before leaving town.

It was pleasant to have him at my table at "Knickerbocker Cottage."

You are aware that in "Knickerbocker," especially, Mr. Irving made copious revisions and additions, when the new edition was published in 1848.

It has often been remarked that Diedrich Knickerbocker had really enlisted more practical interest in the early annals of his native State than all other historians together, down to his time.

You will remember Mr. Bryant's remark about the change in the tone of Mr. Irving's temperament shown in this work as contrasted with Knickerbocker, and the probable cause of this change.

Visiting London shortly after the "Life of Mahomet" was prepared for the press, I arranged with Mr. Murray, on the author's behalf, for an English edition of "Mahomet," "Goldsmith," etc., and took a request from Mr. Irving to his old friend Leslie, that he would make a true sketch of the venerable Diedrich Knickerbocker.

The Knickerbocker Magazine says: "That the Indian oratory contains many attributes of true eloquence.

We were going on, on so very stiff a model, that, without the Knickerbocker, we should not have found it out. 28th.

Title and Table of Contents of Knickerbocker's History of New York. 179.

From "Knickerbocker's History of New York.

" A history of New York, from the beginning of the world to the end of the Dutch dynasty,... being the only authentic history of the times that ever hath been or ever will be published, by Diedrick Knickerbocker....

If you dropped through the ceiling, you could hardly tell whether you were in the Ritz, the Plaza, the Manhattan, or the Knickerbocker.

In his papers upon Old New York (1846), John Fanning Watson pays a just tribute to Knickerbocker housekeepers.

South had a story that George belonged to some old Knickerbocker family, and had run off from home years ago.

" [Footnote 9: William H. Holcombe, "Sketches of Plantation Life," in the Knickerbocker Magazine, LVII, 631 (June, 1861).

In the midst of our "moving," after I had packed and stowed and lifted, and been elbowed by all the sharp corners in the house, and had my hands all torn and scratched, I spied the new "Knickerbocker" 'mid a heap of rubbish and was tempted to peep into it.

"The Lament of the Last Peach" had been written by her a year before when in Brooklyn, and her friend's brother had sent it to "The Knickerbocker," the popular Magazine of that day.

"My mother came of English, not Knickerbocker stock like my father, though both belong distinctly to New York; and female education being in a somewhat chaotic state between the old regime and new, her parents, desirous of having her receive the genteel polish of courtly manners, music, and dancing, sent her, when about fifteen, to Mrs. Rowson's school, then located at Hollis Street, Boston.

"The Knickerbocker, May, 1833.

WEBSTER: Knickerbocker of 1836.

According to this reasoning, all the inhabitants of our land must be fools, except one man, and that man is GOOLD BROWN!"KIRKHAM, in the Knickerbocker, Oct. 1837, p. 361.

"KIRKHAM, in the Knickerbocker, Oct. 1837, p. 360.

The foregoing Review of Kirkham's Grammar, was published as an extract from my manuscript, by the editors of the Knickerbocker, in their number for June, 1837.

With his pretended "defence," I shall now concern myself no further than simply to deny one remarkable assertion contained in it; which is thisthat I, Goold Brown, "at the funeral of Aaron Ely," in 1830, "praised, and highly praised, this self-same Grammar, and declared it to be 'A GOOD WORK!'"KIRKHAM, in the Knickerbocker, Oct., 1837, p. 362.

Some years ago, we sent a page or two to one of the magazines,the "Knickerbocker," if we remember aright,in which the story was told from the "Arabian Nights," of the three kings' sons, who each wished to obtain the hand of a lovely princess, and received for answer, that he who brought home the most wonderful object should obtain the lady's hand as his reward.

KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN BERGHEN, ed.

R72417, 3Jan51, Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A) KNIPE, ALDEN ARTHUR, joint author.

R89053, 10Jan52, Lillian Harcourt Kitchin (W) KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN BERGHEN, ed.

ยฉ 20Feb24, A778436. R89945, 1Feb52, Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A) KNOPF (ALFRED A.)

Harper & Bros. (PCW); 31Jan55; R143673. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. SEE Thinking, speaking and writing.

<pb id='166.png' n='1955h1/A/0732' /> THINKING, SPEAKING AND WRITING; a textbook in English for the ninth year, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark, Benjamin Veit. Book three.

Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A), Donald Lemen Clark (A), Mildred E. Veit (W); 14Mar55; R146490.

Knickerbocker's History of New York. SEE Irving, Washington.

A first course In French, by Charles Alfred Downer and William Edwin Knickerbocker.

William E. Knickerbocker (A); 12Sep57; R198879.

Rip Van Winkle, a posthumous writing of Diedrich Knickerbocker, pseud., with an introd.

pb id='367.png' /> KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B., ed. Short plays.

Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A); 25Jul58; R218431. KNITTEL, JOHN.

H. C. Knapp-Fisher (A); 20Jan60; R250342. KNICKERBOCKER, AGNES.

SEE Dobbert, Gerhard, ed. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Thinking, speaking and writing English for ninth year.

By Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark and Benjamin Veit.

Donald Lemen Clark (A); 29Jan60; R251352. KNICKERBOCKER, H. R. Red economics.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Thinking, speaking, and writing; English for ninth year, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark & Benjamin Veit.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Thinking, speaking, and writing; English for ninth year, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark & Benjamin Veit.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Thinking, speaking, and writing; English for ninth year, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark & Benjamin Veit.

KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. Modern Spanish prose readings, 1830-1930.

Edited by William E. Knickerbocker & Bernard Levy.

Annie L. Knickerbocker (W) & Bernard Levy (A); 19Jun63; R317308.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. LEVY, JEROME.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. VERCEL, ROGER.

Diedrich Knickerbocker's history of New York.

Diedrich Knickerbocker's history of New York.

Diedrich Knickerbocker's history of New York. SEE IRVING, WASHINGTON.

SEE KNEISS, GILBERT H. KNICKERBOCKER, FRANCES WENTWORTH.

Frances Wentworth Knickerbocker (A); 31Dec70; R497535.

Father Knickerbocker rebels.

By Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker.

KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN BERGHEN, ed.

R72417, 3Jan51, Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A) KNIPE, ALDEN ARTHUR, joint author.

R89053, 10Jan52, Lillian Harcourt Kitchin (W) KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN BERGHEN, ed.

ยฉ 20Feb24, A778436. R89945, 1Feb52, Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A) KNOPF (ALFRED A.)

R109054, 18Mar53, Royce G. Kloeffler (A) KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B., ed.

and notes, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker.

<pb id='166.png' n='1955h1/A/0732' /> THINKING, SPEAKING AND WRITING; a textbook in English for the ninth year, by Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark, Benjamin Veit. Book three.

Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A), Donald Lemen Clark (A), Mildred E. Veit (W); 14Mar55; R146490.

Knickerbocker's History of New York. SEE Irving, Washington.

Knickerbocker's History of New York; edited by Anne Carroll Moore, with pictorial pleasantries by James Daugherty.

SEE Borski, Lucia Merecka, tr. KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM E. A first course In Spanish.

William E. Knickerbocker (A); 18Nov55; R159336.

Knickerbocker's History of New York. SEE Irving, Washington.

Rip Van Winkle, a posthumous writing of Diedrich Knickerbocker, pseud., with an introd.

Orville H. Kneen (A); 3Oct57; R200080. KNICKERBOCKER, DIEDRICH, pseud.

KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAX EDWIN, joint author.

pb id='367.png' /> KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B., ed. Short plays.

Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A); 25Jul58; R218431. KNITTEL, JOHN.

H. C. Knapp-Fisher (A); 20Jan60; R250342. KNICKERBOCKER, AGNES.

SEE Dobbert, Gerhard, ed. KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Thinking, speaking and writing English for ninth year.

By Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker, Donald Lemen Clark and Benjamin Veit.

Donald Lemen Clark (A); 29Jan60; R251352. KNICKERBOCKER, H. R. Red economics.

SEE KNICKERBOCKER, EDWIN VAN B. Your English problems.

Your English problems, by Mary Herold Easterbrook, Donald Lemen Clark & Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker.

Edwin Van B. Knickerbocker (A); 15May63; R315589. EASTON, JANE F. The bait and the trap.

SEE Clemens, Samuel Langhorne. <pb id='615.png' /> Diedrich Knickerbocker's history of New York. SEE Irving, Washington.

Knickerbocker gardens; a pursuit of happiness, by Caleb Bruce, pseud.

They were both New York loyalists, members of old Knickerbocker families; for in New York many of the gentry and merchants stood by the king.

"Eh?" to the New Yorker. "Deuced," from the Knickerbocker. "Well, well, what's it all about?" demanded Bazelhurst.

(Knickerbocker Ed. i. p. 30.)

At the rendering of this decree, Rev. Knickerbocker, rector of the only Protestant Episcopal Church in the city, arose in open court, and charged the judge with giving an unrighteous judgment.

And for fear that something might happen to you in my absence I have placed to your account in the Knickerbocker money enough for any emergency, also for any extra spending money you may wish.

My wife read Knickerbocker's History of New York after the children were grown up and she had more time for reading, and always told the children that she was positive their father must be descended from that ancient Dutchman who took thirteen months to look the ground over before he began to put up that well-known church in Rotterdam of which he was the builder.

But in the meantime," arising with enthusiasm, "let me show you a first edition of the 'Knickerbocker's History of New York' which I picked up recently.

KNICKERBOCKER, the imaginary author of the fictitious "History of New York," by Washington Irving.

Drake's Making of New England; Drake's Making of Virginia and the Middle States; Eggleston's Pocahontas and Powhatan; Dix's Soldier Rigdale (Pilgrim children); Irving's Knickerbocker History; Webster's Plymouth Oration; Longfellow's Myles Standish; Moore's Pilgrims and Puritans.