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CONTENTS OF WOLUME XW.

ADVENTURES OF THE EARLY SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND.................... 22

A GENTLEMAN OF THE JURY....................................................................... 70

ALL ALIKE.......................................................... ................................... ..... 114

ALICE MAUDE ............................................................................................... 541

ALIX THURIOT THORNE........................................................................ ....... 355

AMERICAN WOMEN, EDUCATION OF ........................................................... 776

ANIMAL LOVE OF MUSIC............................................................................. 83

ARE WE A POLITE PEOPLE 2................................................................. 388, 526

ASSEMBLY, THE NATIONAL.......................................................................... 606

BABY, MY FORENOON WITH........................................ ................................ 363

BACHELOR'S LAST LOVE............................................................................. 678

BEAR, THE GRIZZLY, OF CALIFORNLA.........................................................

BIRD THAT SANG IN MAY

BLACKBURN FARMER..................

BLIND MAN'S LOVE

BRIEFLESS BARRISTER, EXPERIENCES OF.. ......... 375

BRONZE GAITERS, THE ------------------- 681

BROTHER TOM, MY......................................................... 370

CAMEL, THE SHIP OF THE DESERT.............................. ... 577

CARIB SETTLEMENTS..................................................... ... 145

CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF EPIDEMICS................... ... 194

CHARLESTON, THE PALMETTO CITY........................... ... 1

CHARLIE'S SIDE-WALK ACQUAINTANCES........................ ... 861

CLUBS AND CLUB-MEN ..................................................... -- - - - - - - - ... 810

COAL, AND THE COAL-MINES OF PENNSYLVANIA.......... ... 451
CODE OF HONOR............................................................. ... 516
CORSICAN LIFE DRAMA............................................. - 381
CRUISE, SUMMER, IN SEARCH OF AN APPETITE ........ 535

DE LAMITIf................................
DESMOND THE SPECULATOR
IXISAGREEABLE PEOPLE...........
DO MOUNTAINS GROW 2............
DUEL IN RUSSIA............................. ..........
EARLY SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND, ADVENTURES OF
EDITOR'S DRAWER.

DRawen For JUNE.......................... 134 DRAweR For SEPTEMBER.................. 565

DRAweR FOR JULY .......................... 279 DRAwer For October ..................... 708

DRAwer For AUGUST....................... 418 DRAwen FoR November................... 852

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

CHAIR For JUNE.............................. 125 CHAIR FOR SEPTEMBER..................... 557

CHAIR For JULY 271 Chair For October ................ ... 698

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EVENING AT EPPING................................. ---------------------------------------------------- 7

FAIR DONA BELLA................................... ----------------------- - - --------------------------- 648

FAMILY DAGUERREOTYPES, FOUND EVERY WHERE................................. . 285
FASHIONS, THE

FASHIONS For JUNE......................... 143 FAs HIONs For SEPTEMBER................. 575

FAshions FoR JULY ... ... 287 FASHIONS For October .... 719

FAshions For AUGUST...................... 431 FASHIONS For November.................. 803

FATHER OF RAILWAYS............... ------------------------------------------------------------- ..... 667

FORT ATKINSON, SIEGE OF.......................................................................... 638
GATE, BELEN TAKING OF............................................ 533

GOLD REGION OF NORTH CAROLINA.....

HELEN LEE.................. ----------------------- ------------------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - ........................... 809

HOLBROOK HOUSE.................................................................................. ..... 220

HOUSE, A STRAY..................................................................... - 826

HOUSE SPIDERS.......................... ------------------------------------------------------------- - - - - ... 74
HOW I CAME TO BE MARRIED.. .............. 773
IDYL, SUMMER.................................................. --------------------------------------------- 219
INCONVENIENCES OF LIVING IN A UNIFORM ROW OF HOUSES................ 141
IN HIGH LATITUDES................................. ---------------------------------------------------- 75

JAUNT IN JAVA.................................................................. .......... ............... 324

JOSEPH THORNE–HIS CALLING - .............................. 803

JURY, A GENTLEMAN OF ................................................................. ------------- 70

LICHENS........................................................................................ ---------- - - - - ... 177

Prime's Boat Life in Egypt; Miller's Testimony of

the Rocks, 119. Regulations for the Army of the United

States; Satires of Juvenal and Perseus; Waverley

Novels: Life-Pictures from a Pastor's Note-Book: An-

mals of Southern Methodism; Wells's Explorations and

Adventures in Honduras: Schaaf’s Germany; The

Sultan and his People, 120. Brace's Norse-Folk, 263;

Edwards's Random Sketches of European Travel;

Beecher's Common Sense applied to Religion; The

Student's Gibbon; Fortunes of Glencore: Nothing

New ; James's Leonora D'Orco: Thaddeus of Warsaw:

Scottish Chiefs: The Heiress of Greenhurst, 264. The

Professor; Virginia Illustrated: Lossing's History of

the United States; Prime's Tent-Life in the Holy

Land, 404: The Romany Rye; The Athélings; Hero-

ines of Methodism; Philosophy of Skepticism and Ul-

traism: Lamar's Verse Memorials: M*Leod's Life of

Mary Queen of Scots, 405. Married or Single; Bon-

ner's Child's History of Greece, 549. Chile Con Carne;

Swan's Northwest Coast, 550. Bovee's Thoughts,

Feelings, and Fancies; Chief of the Pilgrims; Lid-

dell's History of Rome; Arnoult's French Pronouncing

Book: The Rose of Ashurst; Mormonism: its Leaders

and Designs; Hammond's Wild Northern Scenes;

Bowen's Adventures and Missionary Labors in Africa,

551. Ibarth's Travels and Discoveries in North and

Central Africa, 689. Brazil and the Brazilians, 690.

Le Vert's Souvenirs of Travel; Guy Livingstone:

Hall's Romance of Western History: The Five Gate-

ways of Knowledge; Manual of Business; Leigh

Hunt's Poems, 691. The Hasheesh Eater, 834. Nott's

Lectures on Temperance: Freedley's Legal Adviser;

Baillie's Life Studies: Life of Handel: Poems by Rosa

Vertuer Johnson; Porter's First Book of Chemistry;

Floral Home: or, First Years in Minnesota, 835.

LITTLE DORRIT. By CHARLEs Dick ENs............................. ......................... 96, 231
LOST: THE STORY OF FOUR YOUNG MEN ................................. -------- ---------- 783
LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE.................. ... ----------------------------------- 504
MAN WEIO WAS NOT AN EGOTIST................ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . 764

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UNITED STATEs.-The Chinese War, 116. The Cen-

tral American Treaty, 116. Negotiations with New

Granada, 116. Affairs in Utah, 116, 259, 401, 546.

Judge Drummond on Utah, 116. The Transatlantic

Telegraph, 116, 262, 403, 548, 686. The New York

Metropolitan Police Bill, 117, 402. The Dred Scott

Decision, 117, 261. Personal Liberty Bills in New

York, Maine, and Ohio, 117. Amendments to Massa-

chusetts Constitution, 117. Death of Parley Pratt, 259.

Kansas, 259, 401, 546, 686, 831. Governor Walker's

Proclamations, 260, 546, 831. New York Quarantine,

260. Municipal Difficulties in New York, 260, 401,

546. Religious Societies, 260. Fugitive Slaves in

Ohio, 260. Riot in Washington, 260. Pearls in New

Jersey, 261. California Public Debt, 261, 864. Obitu-

aries: Joshua A. Spencer, A. P. Butler, Lieutenant

Strain, Judge Oakley, James Bell, 261 : W. L. Marcy,

402: Douglas Jerrold, 403; J. C. Dobbin, Professor

Mitchell, Commodore Newton, 547; Béranger, 548;

Thomas J. Rusk, Rufus W. Griswold, 688: Lieutenant

Herndon, 831. Governor for Utah, 401. Topeka Leg-
islature, 401. Riots in New York, 402, 546. American
Convention at Louisville, 402. Southern Railroad
Convention. Anniversary of the Battle of Bunk-
er's Hill, 402. Walker in New York, 402. Return of
Filibusters, 402, 546, 688. Foreign Emigration, 403.
Defalcation of Ohio State Treasurer, 403. Indian Hos-
tilities, 403, 688. Fires in the United States, 403.
Steamboat and Railroad Casualties, 403, 831. Diplo-
matic Appointments, 545. Minnesota Convention, 546,
6S5. City Government formed in Lawrence, 546. The
slaver M. Hand, 546. General Jackson's Snuff-Box,
546. Murder of a Policeman, 546. Mrs. Cunningham's
Baby, 547. Failure of the Atlantic Telegraph, 6S6.
The August Elections, 686, 834. Mr. Rollins on the
Slavery Question, 686. Constitution for Minnesota, 686.
Right of Expatriation, 687. Old Debt paid, 687. The
President's Letter to the Connecticut Clergymen, 687.
National Emancipation Convention, 687. American
Association for the Advancement of Science, 687. The
New School Presbyterian Church, 687. Colorado Ex-
pedition, 688. The Camel Experiment, 688. The Fi-
nancial Pressure, 830. Loss of the Central America,

MY FORENOON WITH THE BABY.........

MY THEORY, AND A FEW FACTS AGAINSTIT

EUROPE.—The Chinese War, 118. Lord Elgin, the

British Plenipotentiary, 118,834. Search for Sir John

Franklin, 118, 548, 834. Dr. Rae, 118. The French

Emperor, 118, 688, 834. Neapolitan Torture, 118.

Queen's Speech, 262. The Princess Royal, 262. Art
Treasures at Manchester, 262. Disturbances in Spain,
262. Pardon to Hungarians, 262. Russia and Persia,
262. Greytown Bombardment,403. Death of Jerrold,
403. The Oaths Bill, 547. Free Emigration of Afri-
cans, 547. The Transatlantic Telegraph, 548. Thack-
eray at Oxford, 548. The Cotton Memorial, 548. Mr.
Dickens and the Queen, 548. The Indian Mutiny,
548, 68S, S34. The Parisian Elections, 548. Italian
Conspiracy, 548, 6SS. Death of Béranger, 548. Con-
spiracy against Napoleon, 548. Insurrection in Spain,
549. The Princes of Oude's Petition, 688. French
Refugees in England, 688. Trial of Italian Conspira-
tors in Paris, 68S. The Completion of the Louvre,
6SS. The Danubian Principalities, 689. Baron Mac-
aulay, 834. Abolition in Holland, 834.

THE East.— Poisoning at Hong Kong, 118. Fight-
ing in Persia, 262. Massacre at Sarawak, 262. The
Chinese War, 262, 549, 689, 834. The Indian Mutiny,
548, 689,834. The Danubian Principalities, C89. Riot
in Tunis, 689. Russian Reverses in the Caucasus, 689.
Riot at Jerusalem, 689. Victories of General Hav-
elock, 834. The Americans in Siam, 834.

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SEEING THE WORLD .....................................

SHAKERS THE................................................................

SIEGE OF FORT ATKINSON.............................................

SHIP OF THE DESERT....................................................

STATES-GENERAL, THE ............................................. ---------

STORY OF A PIANO.........................................................................

SUMMER CRUISE IN SEARCH OF AN APPETITE

SUMMER IDYL...............................................................................................

TAKING OF THE BELEN GATE.......................................... ----------------------------

TEMPLES IN WHICH I HAVE WORSHIPED ..................................................

THE BIRD THAT SANG IN MAY.................................................................... 61

THE GRIZZLY BEAR OF CALIFORNIA........................................................... 816

THEN AND NOW............................................................................................ 95

THEORY, MY, AND A FEW FACTS AGAINST IT.......................................... 350

THREE PICTURES, AFTER THE MANNER OF FEROGIO................................ 367

TWO KATES; OR, FIRST AND SECOND LOVE.............................................. 183

WHEAT, AND ITS ASSOCIATIONS................................................................. 301

WHERE OUR DAUGHTERS GO TO SCHOOL .................................................. 674

WHIRLPOOL, THE: A TALE OF THE GREEN MOUNTAINS......................... 391

WOMAN'S DREAM.......................................................................................... 77

WOMAN'S TEARS........................................................................................... 77

WINTER IN THE SOUTH.................................................................. 433, 594, 721

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