The Devil and Tom Walker

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  2. ^ PMI, 1:26, et al.
  3. ^ PMI, 1:27.
  4. ^ Jones, 5.
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  6. ^ Warner, 27; PMI, 1:36.
  7. ^ Jones, 11.
  8. ^ PMI, 1:42–43.
  9. ^ Burstein, 19.
  10. ^ Jones, 36.
  11. ^ a b Burstein, 43.
  12. ^ See Jones, 44–70
  13. ^ Washington Irving to William Irving Jr., September 20, 1804, Works 23:90.
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  15. ^ Washington Irving to Mrs. Amelia Foster, [April–May 1823], Works, 23:740-41. See also PMI, 1:173, Williams, 1:77, et al.
  16. ^ Burstein, 47.
  17. ^ Jones, 82.
  18. ^ Burrows, Edwin G. and Mike Wallace. Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898. (Oxford University Press, 1999), 417. See Jones, 74–75.
  19. ^ Jones, 118-27.
  20. ^ Burstein, 72.
  21. ^ Washington Irving to Mrs. Amelia Foster, [April–May 1823], Works, 23:741.
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  23. ^ Hellman, 82.
  24. ^ Jones, 121–22.
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  27. ^ Hellman, 87.
  28. ^ Hellman, 97.
  29. ^ Jones, 154-60.
  30. ^ Jones, 169.
  31. ^ William Irving Jr. to Washington Irving, New York, October 14, 1818, Williams, 1:170-71.
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  33. ^ See reviews from Quarterly Review and others, in The Sketch Book, xxv–xxviii; PMI 1:418–19.
  34. ^ Burstein, 114
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  57. ^ PMI, 3:17–21.
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  78. ^ Washington Irving to Ebenezer Irving, New York, February 10, 1842, Works, 25:180.
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  80. ^ Irving to Thomas Wentworth Storrow, Madrid, 18 May 1844 , Works, 25:751
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  83. ^ Hellman, 235.
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  107. ^ See Irving, 1829, Chapter VII: "Columbus before the council at Salamanca", pp. 40–47, especially p. 43.
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  114. ^ Irving's publisher, John Murray, overrode Irving's decision to use this pseudonym and published the book under Irving's name—much to the annoyance of its author. See Jones 258-59.
  115. ^ Composed of the three short stories "A Tour on the Prairies", "Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey", and "Legends of the Conquest of Spain".

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