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ILLUSTRATION.

ALEWIFE, THE SHAD AND THE (with Illustrations).

.....James W. Milner 845

ARRAPAHOES, AMONG THE..

..Lieutenant H. R. Lemly, U.S.A. 494

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Friday
494 Washington..

497
" A Puller".
494 Sharp Nose

498
Black Coal
495 A Son of Sharp Nose.

499
Indian Village..

496
Jerked Meat.

499
Indian Sign Language.

497
Feather Head

500
ART, THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF.-See "Museum”.

863

ATLANTA, THE CITY OF....

..Ernest Ingersoll 30

ILLUSTRATION.

United States Court-House and Post-Omice ...

Washington Street

38

Cousin John Thrasher..

Ponce de Leon Spring.

39

The Chair Vender

32 "I am a Georgian!"

40

Railroad Dépôt.

83

Shermantown .....

41

Street Auction

34

The Library

The Post-Office: closed

35 “There's Music in the Air".

42

The Brush Fiend....

36 “The Raven"

43

The Business Centre

87

ATLANTIC, FIRST FAMILIES OF THE..

John Habberton 284
AVALANCHE, A NIGHT IN AN....

..S. H. M. Byers 453
BAG, THE OLD WOMAN WITH A....

Virginia W. Johnson 211

BALTIMORE, OLD, AND ITS MERCHANTS...........

.Frank Mayer 175

The Druids.

175 The primitive Umbrella

179

Laying out the Town

176

The Regulator

180

Arms of the Calvert Family

177 Baltimore and New York....

181

Jack ashore..

177

Fort McHenry...

181

An old-time Counting-Room

178

BARTRAM AND HIS GARDEN..

Howard Pyle 321

ILLUSTRATIONS.

The old Chimney-Corner

321 Old Inscription....

325

The Botanist.

322 The Cbrist Thorn

326

The old Bartram Homestead

323 The Garden Path..

327

Old Corner Cupboard......

324

Departure for New York

329

BEGGAR'S OPERA.-See “Pinafore's' Predecessor"...

501

BEGINNINGS, OUR ........

..Angeline Teal 906

BERLIOZ, HECTOR.

.Emily Royall 411

BIBLE ILLUSTRATION, EARLY HISTORY OF (with Fifteen Illustrations)..... W. C. Prime 738

BLOSSOMS (with an Illustration)....

Philip 0. Sullivan 72

BLUEBIRD, TO A.............

.George P. Guerrier 934

BONAPARTES, THE FORTUNES OF THE...

1

ILLUSTRATION.

Napoleon as First Copenl
1 Empress Josephine, Wife of Napoleon I.

12
Carlo Bonaparte, Father of Napoleon.
2 Napoleon II., Duke of Reichstadt

13
Letizia Ramolino, Mother of Napoleon

3
Empress Maria Louisa..

14
Joseph Bonaparte, Brother of Napoleon

Napoleon musing at St. Helena

16
Lucien Bonaparte, Brother of Napoleon

Napoleon III.

17
Louis Bonaparte, Brother of Napoleon

Empress Eugénie, Wife of Napoleon IIL.
Jerome Bonaparte, Brother of Napoleon

The late Prince Imperial, Napoleon IV.

19
Napoleon I., Emperor

Prince Napoleon Jerome Bonaparte.

21
Canova's “ Venus Victrix"

11
BONNET, MISS BEULAH'S

.Rose Terry Cooke 570

BREVIARY, A FAMOUS....

Mrs. J. W. Daris 343

ILLUSTRATION.

Jandary: Interior of a rich Man's House

St. Luke......

348

April: A Marriage Festival...

845 King David sees a Vision of the Messiah.. 349

Calendar for September

346 St. Barbara....

351

St Martha

CANALS, THE ISTHMUS AND OTHER.-See “Transportation".

579

CAR, HORSE-, MR. KEESLER'S..

433

CATSKILL, OLD.........

..... Henry Brace 818

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Salisbury House, Leeds, New York.
818 John Dubois's Drive to Newburgh

823
Van Vechten's House..
819 Sunday in Old Catskill

825
Southeast Room, Salisbury House
820 Dinner at Cornelius Dubois's

826
CHLORIS WALKINGE IN YE SNOWE, ON (with an Illustration).... .Robert Herrick 844
CHRISTMAS ANTHEM (with Two Illustrations)..

.Philip 0. Sulliran 236
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM IN NEW YORK.

...... Edward Cary 898
COLORADO, MINING IN.–See “Grub Stakes and Millions"

380

COLORADO, THE SHEPHERDS OF....

.A. A. Hayes, Jun. 193

ILLUSTRATION.

El Paso Club Room

193 The Prairie Post-Omice.

202

The old Capitol .

195

Supper with the Herder

203

Moving the Capital..

195 Morning at the Ranch..

204

Under the Rose

196 Counting the Sheep.

204

Flock on Austin's Bluffs.

197 The slcepy Store-Keeper of Bijou Basin

205

Off for the Range

199 Milor in Flush Times..

209

The Tragedy of the Big Corral

200 Sheriff's Sale ..

Shearing

201

COLORADO, VACATION ASPECTS OF.

..............A. A. Hayes, Jun. 542

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Manitou, Pike's Peak..

543 Expedition of the Commodore and Montezuma 551

An illustrative Poem

The Special Agent's Work...

553

The Missionary of Micronesia

545 Mountains of the Holy Cross

654

Grand Cañon of the Arkansas

547 Kokomo

“Stranger, do you irrigate ?”.

549 Spanish Peaks......

657

Camping out..

550

CONNEMARA HILLS, THE.II.

...J. L. Cloud 91

ILLUSTRATIONS.
“Isn't it a quare Thing ?"
93 Some Art Connoisseurs

98
The Priest's House.
93 Courting.

99

Connemara Costumes

95 The Widow's Mite...

100

Clifden....

97

COOKING SCHOOL, THE NEW YORK..

.F. E. Fryatt 22

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Ladies' Class

23 Instruction in Fish Sauce

Servants' Class

24 Custard

28

Children's Class

25 Children going Home

29

DAKOTA WHEAT FIELDS.

.C. C. Coffin 529

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Farming in the far West: Evening
529 Sowing the Wheat

532
Ploughing...

530
Reaping..

633
Harrowing.
531 Threshing

534
DROP-STAR, THE.-A LEGEND OF LAKE KAYUTAH..

Arthur Cleveland Coxe 373
DUENNA, THE.-See “Pipafore's' Predecessor”

501
EAR, THE.-See “Hearing, the Preservation of"..

614

EASTER CARD, AN....

Virginia W. Johnson 755

EDITOR'S DRAWER.

DRAWER FOR DECEMBER...

157 DRAWER FOR MARCH....

636

DRAWER FOR JANUARY.
317 DRAWER FOR APRIL....

797

DRAWER FOR FEBRUARY

477 DRAWER FOR MAY.....

949

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

CHAIR FOR DECEMBER..

141 CHAIR FOR MARCH.

621

Chair FOR JANUARY.........

302 CHAIR FOR APRIL..

783

CHAIR FOR FEBRUARY..

458 CHAIR FOR MAY...

935

EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD.

UNITED STATES.--Congress: Opening of Second Ses- EUROPE, ABIA, AND SOUTH AMERICA.-Germany: Alli-

sion of Forty-sixth Congress, 476; President's Message, ance with Austro-Hungary, 156; the new Reichstag,
476; Alexander Ramsay confirmed as Secretary of War, 156; Herr Von Koeller elected President of Lower House
476; Appropriation Bills, 476, 635, 796, 948; Negro Ex- of Prussian Diet, 316; Army, Anti-Socialist, and Coast-
odus Investigation, 476; Ute Outbreak Investigation, ing Bills, 196. Great Britain : Irish Franchise Bill re-
635; Increase of Pensions, 635; Ministers Lowell, Foster, jected, 796 ; Irish Relief Bill paesed, 948; Dissolution
Fairchild, and Morgan nominated and confirmed, 635, of Parliament, 948. France: 3065 Communists pardon-
796 ; Suffrage Amendment to Constitution, 635; Coin ed, 316; Legislature returns to Paris, 476 ; Resignation
Reserves Bill rejected, 796; Warner Silver Bill reported of' Waddington Ministry, 476; new Ministry, 635; M.
adversely, 796; Vessel to carry Contributions to Irish Gambetta President of the Chamber of Deputies, 635;
Sufferers, 796; Bill providing for Mailing of dutiable Public Meetings Bill, 796; Plenary Amnesty rejected,
Articies, 796 ; Electoral Count Amendment, 948; Indi- T96 ; Cost of Franco-German War, 796; Ferry's Educa-
ans as Citizens, 948; Alaska, 948; Isthmus "Canal Mes- tion Bill, 948. Spain: Bill to abolish Slavery in Cuba,
fage, 948; Smuggling Bill, 948; Irish Relief, 948. Proc- 316, 636, 796; Marriage of Alfonso XII. and the Arch-
lamation warning against Invasion of Indian Territory, duchess Marie Christine of Austria, 476; new Ministry,
796. New United States Senators, 316, 476, 635. State 476; Attempt to kill King Alfonso, 636. Italy: new
Elections, 156, 316. State Conventions, 156, 316, 796, 948. Ministry, 476. Canada: the new Government, 316,
Battle with Ute Indians-Death of Major Thornburgh Hayti: General Salomon proclaimed President, 316.
and Agent Meeker, 156. Decrease in Public Debt, 316, Greek Ministry reconstructed, 635. Convention to sup-
635. Cost of United States Postal Service, 316. New press Slave-Trade in Turkey, 796. Papal Letter on
York Legislature: General Sharpe elected Speaker, 635. Rite of Marriage, 796. Turkish War: Lord Salisbury's
Daniel F. Davis elected Governor of Maine, 635. Capital Speech, 156. Afgban War: Capture of Cabool by the
Punishment in New Jersey, 796. Prohibition in Iowa, British, 156; Abdication of Yakoob Khan, 156; British
948,

driven from Cabool, 476; Cabool re-occupied by British,

........

66

EDITOR'S HISTORICAL REOORD-Continued.
636. Russia: Attempts to kill the Czar, 475, 796; Rus- Royal, Dablin, 796; Steamer Constance fonndered, 796;
sian Forces defeated by the Turcomans, 156; General Albany City Hall burned, 796 ; Steamer Valentine foun-
Melikoff as Dictator, 948 ; attempted Assassination of dered, 796; Boiler Explosion, Glasgow, 948; Fire in
Melikoff, 948. South America: Capture of Iquique and Moscow, Russia, 948; Flax Mill Explosion, Frankfort,
the Corvette Pilcomayo by Chilians, 476 ; further En- Indiana, 948.
gagements, 948. St. Gothard Tunnel completed, 948. OBITUARY : 156, 316, 476, 636, 796, 948. - William H.
Famine in Armenia, 948.

Powell, 156; Heury C. Carey, 156 ; Right Rev. W. R.
DISASTERS: 156, 316, 476, 636, 796, 948.-Two Thousand Whittingham, 156; Ernst von Bulow, 156 ; Rev. Jacob
Lives lost by Floods in Spain, 156; Tug-boat Boiler Ex- Abbott, 316; Zachariah Chandler, 316; Rear-Admiral
plosion, Lake Michigan, 156; Fire at Deadwood, Dakota A. H. Kilty, 316; John Blackwood, 316; John Baldwin
Territory, 156 ; Collision on Michigan Central Railroad, Buckstone, 316; General Jeff. C. Davis, 476 ; Dr. Enoch
156; Schooner Petrel wrecked, 318; Fire-dump Explo- Cobb Wines, 476 ; Countess de Montijo, 476; John
sion, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 316; Steamer Champion Thaddeus Delane, 476; Recorder John K. Hackett, 636;
funk, 316; Boats sunk on Lake Ontario, 316; Tuunel William Hepworth Dixon, 636; George Smith Houston,
Explosion, San José, 316; Steamer Nuevo Pajaro del 636; Bishop Gilbert Haven, 636; J.J. F. Poujoulat, 636
Oceano burned, 316; Collision of Arizona with Iceberg, Frank Leslie, 636; Countess Ida von Hahn-Hahn, 636
316; Shenandoah sunk, 316; Steamer Pallas foundered, Duke Antoine de Gramont, 636; M. Jules Favre, 636;
316; Burning of Red Rock, Pennsylvania, 476; Loss of Thomas Landseer, 636; Commodore Homer C. Blake,
Steam-ship Borussia, 476; Fire-damp Explosion,

Chem- 636; Professor James De Mille, 796; Adolphe Granier
nitz, Saxony, 476;

Storm in Bay of Biscay, 476; Steamer de Cassagnac, 796; Adolph E. Borie, 796 ; Samuel Greene
Roscommon sunk, 476; Salt-mine Explosion, Würtem- Arnold,

796; General Carlos Butterfield, 796; James
berg, 476; Conflagration in Tokio, 636; Tay Bridge Lenox, 796; Mariano Riva Palacio, 948; Hon. c. 1). Cof-
blown down, 636; Colliery Explosion, Newcastle-under- fin, 948; Surgeon-General William M. Wood, U.S.A.,
Lyne, 636 ; Steamer Charmer burned, 796 ; Fire-damp 948; M. Adolphe Lemoine Montigny, 948; Rev. Dr. R.
Explosion, Meissen, Saxony, 796;

Hurricane Philippine L Dashiell, 948; Thomas Bell, 948; Major-General Hec-
Islands, 796; Railway Collision, France, 796; Theatre tor Tyndale, 948.
EDITOR'S LITERARY RECORD.

Harpers' Latin Dictionary, 148. Mallock's Is Life 472. Holt's Lady Sibyl's Choice, 472. Keary's A Doubt-
Worth Living ? 149. The Value of Life, 150. Rolfe's ing Heart, 472. Farjeon's The Bells of Penraven, 473.
Shakspeare's Twelfth-Night, 150. Johnston's History Braddon's Mistletoe Bough, 473. Olipbant's The Fugi.
of American Politics, 150. Adams's Madelon Lemoine, tives, 473. Lange's Commentary, 473. Uhlhorn's The
151. Ingelow's Sarah de Berenger, 151. Robinson's Conflict of Christianity with Heathenism, 473. Shedd's
The Bar-Maid at Battleton, 151. Hardy's The Distract- Critical and Doctrinal Commentary on the Romans, 473.
ed Young Preacher, 152. Phillips's Burning their Ships, McCosh's Works, 474. Hovey's Causerie, 474. The Boy's
152. Beale's Rose Mervyn, of Whitelake, 152. The Two Froissart, 474. Towle's Magellan, 475. Pocahontas, 475.
Miss Flemings, 152. Rood's Modern Chromatics, 152. Brant and Red Jacket, 475. First Lessons in Natural
Du Moncel's The Telephone, the Microphone, and the History and Language, 475. The Serpent-Charmer, 475.
Phonograph, 153. D'Aubigné's History of the Refor- Biart's An Involuntary Voyage, 475. Markham's Around
mation in the Time of Calvin, 153. American Poems, the Yule-Log, 475. Tales of Oid Thule, 475. Taylor's
154. Dickens's Pickwick Papers, 154. Treat's Chap- Studies in German Literature, 627. Hosmer's Short His-
ters on Ants, 154. Thompson's Food and Feeding, 154. tory of German Literature, 628. McCarthy's History of
Freeman's Origin of the English Nation, 154. Green- Our Own Times, 628. Anderson's The Younger Edda,
wood's Adventures of Reuben Davidger, 155. What Mr. 628. Lounsbury's History of the English Language, 628.
Darwin Saw in his Voyage Round the World, 155. The Allibone's Great Authors of All Ages, 629. Winsor's
Bodleys Afoot, 155. Poetical Works of Chaucer, 308. Hand-Book of the American Revolution, 629. Songs
Joyce's Blanid, 309. Poems of Wordsworth, 310. Good- of Alfred Tennyson, with Music, 629. Sermons by Dr.
ales. In Berkshire with the Wild Flowers, 310. Religious James De Koven, 630. Brooks's The Influence of Jesus,
Poems, 310. Poetical Works of Bayard Taylor, 311. 630. Taylor's The Limitations of Life, 630. His Majes
Baird's History of the Rise of the Huguenots in France, ty, Myself, 630. Sweet Nelly, My Heart's Delight, 631.
311. Besant's Rabelais, 311. Bayne's Lessons from My The Greatest Heiress in England, 631. Smith's Life of
Masters, 312. Sedgwick and Keep's Iliad of Homer, Gladstone, 632. A Strange Disappearance, 632. Sir
312. The Essential Uses of the Moods in Greek and John, 632. Little Miss Primrose, 632. Golden-Rod, 632.
Latin, 312. Waring's Tyrol and the Skirt of the Alps, Gibbon's Qncen of the Meadow, 632. James's Haw-
313. Benjamin's Art in America, 313. Fletcher's Guide thorne, 633. Calvert's Shakspeare, 633. Gilman's
to Family Devotion, 313. Craik's Young Mrs. Jardine, Shakspeare's Morals, 633. Bonitz's Origin of the Ho-
313. Madge Dunraven, 314. Trollope's Cousin Henry, meric Poems, 634. Bird's A Lady's Life in the Rocky
314. Reade's Christie Johnstone, 314. Phelps's Sealed Mountains, 634. Ober's Camps in the Caribbees, 634.
Orders, 314. Jewett's Old Friends and New, 314. Aus- Smith's Brazil, 635. Rolfe's Shakspeare's King John,
ten's Sense and Sensibility, 314. Trollope's The Ber- 635. Memoirs of Prince Metternich, 790. Dowden's
trams, 314. Knox's The Boy Travellers in the Far East, Southey, 791. Ward's Chaucer, 792. Dunwiddie's
315. Butterworth's Zigzag Journeys in Europe, 315. Times before the Reformation, 792. Memoirs of Ma-
Hays's The Princess Idleways, 315. A Revised List of dame De Rémusat, 793. Ferris's Great Singers, 793.
Postage Stamps and Stamped Envelopes, 315. Eaton's Hawthornes Sebastian Strome, 793. Mademoiselle
Civil Service in Great Britain, 464. Adams's Notes on De Merrac, 794. Mrs. Marsham's Cousin Simon, 794.
Railroad Accidents, 465. Short's The North Americans Hardy's Friend and Lover, 794. Miss Braddon's Bar-
of Antiquity, 465. Farragut's Life of Farragut, 466. bara, or, Splendid Misery, 794. Robinson's Othello the
Pattison's Milton, 467. Autobiography and Correspond- Second, 794. Brassey's Sunshine and Storm in the East,
ence of Mrs. Delany, 467. The Letters of Charles Dick- 794. Murphy's Sporting Adventures in the Far West,
ens, 468. Memoirs of Madame De Rémusat, 468. Ar- 794. Escott's England, 795. Woolsey's Communism
nold's Life of Benedict Arnold, 468. Arnold's The Light and Socialism, 795. Tales from the Odyssey, 795. Gib-
of Asia, 469. Life and Poems of E. A. Poe, 469. Perry's bon's Roman Empire, 941. MacMillan's Elective Fran-
Her Lover's Friend, and Other Poems, 469. English's chise in the United States, 942. Interoceanic Canal and
American Ballads, 470. Dodge's Along the Way, 470. the Monroe Doctrine, 943. MacCosh's Emotions, 943.
Piatt's Dramatic Persons and Moods, 470. Rolfe's Shaks. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 944. A Sylvan
peare's Winter's Tale, 470. Symonds's Studies of the Queen, 945. Vincent's Return of the Princess, 945.
Greek Poets, 470. Larcom's Landscape in American James's Confidence, 945. Synge's Tom Singleton, 946.
Poetry, 471. Lamb's The Homes of America, 471. Gil- Cox's Popular Romances of the Middle Ages, 946.
bert's The Book of Job, 471. Bruce's The Yosemite, Thomson's Land and the Book, 946. The Speaker's Com-
471. Hemane's The Pilgrim Fathers, 471. Holland's mentary, 947. Crosby's Christian Preacher, 947. Vin-
Poems, 472. Prime's Songs of the Soul, 472. McCar. cent's Faith and Character, 947. Lawrence's Primer of
thy's Donna Quixote, 472. A Fool's Errand, 472. Foth- American Literature, 947.

ergill's Probation, 472. Fenn's The Parson o' Damford,
EDUCATION, COMPULSORY, IN BROOKLYN ........

.F. E. Fryatt 218
ILLUSTRATIONS.
“You're wanted, Johnny".
218 Hymn to the Virgin ..

224
Laying down thé Law
219 Dinner in the Truant Home

225
The School ruled by Love

Bread-cutting

226
Hair-clipping ...
223 Prayers

227
ENGRAVERS, WOOD., A SYMPOSIUM OF

442
FAREWELL, A

.Alfred H. Louis 737

.. 221

FISH.—See “ First Families of the Atlantic,” and “Shad and the Alewife, the”........... 284, 845
FIRST FAMILIES OF THE ATLANTIC.

..John Habberton 284

GHOST OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, THE..

.Phæbe Yates Pember 251

GHOST STORY, A NEW AND TRUE ........

...James T. Fields 111

GRUB STAKES AND MILLIONS..

.A. A. Hayes, Jun. 380

ILLUSTLATIONS.

Head-Piece....

380 Freighting on Mosquito Pass.

390

Rosita

383 “Round one of them 'cute' Curves"

391

The Colonel investigates the Humboldt.

385 Residence at Leadville.

393

Hungry Gulch..

386 A Wall Street Man's Experience in Leadville... 394

Mining at Silver Cliff..

387 Suburban Scene, Leadville.

395

Sunday Evening at the Varieties.

358 Leadville Grave-Yard.

396

HEARING, THE PRESERVATION OF (with Diagram) .......

.Samuel Sexton, M.D. 614

HONORIA..

....James T. Fields 620

HORSE, THE PERCHERON AND NORMAN (with an Illustration)..

..A. B. Allen 376

IRISH FISHING VILLAGE, AN...

..J. L. Cloud 682

ILLUSTRATIONS.

A Sunday Scene..

683 The Money-Lender

688

The Gossips

694 Elleen..

688

The Potato Harvest

686 The Captain and Crew

689

A frugal Breakfast

687
ISIS......

Frances L. Mace 493
ISMS OF FORTY YEARS AGO, THE..

W. P. Garrison 182

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Theodore Parker
182 Samuel Hahnemann

188
William Ellery Channing
183 Samuel Thomson..

189
William Miller
184 Sylvester Graham

190
Edmund Quincy
185 Abby Kelley Foster

190
George Combe

186
John Pierpont

191
Lydia Maria Child.

187
Isaac Pitman......

192
Vincenz Priessnitz

187
ITALIAN PAINTING AND SCULPTURE.-See “Painting and Sculpture"

....... 481
KARIN.-A ROMANCE OF SWEDISH LIFE

.Z. B. Gustafson 588
LAKE KAYUTAH, A LEGEND OF..

Arthur Cleveland Coxe 373
LESSEPS, FERDINAND DE, AS MINISTER AT ROME IN 1849.... .Edwin De Leon 230

With Portrait,

LONDON'S GLORY AND WHITTINGTON'S RENOWN (with Five Ilustrations) ............... 73

LOST........

..Alfred H. Louis 914

LOVER'S PERIL, THE.

James T. Fields 379
MADRIGALS

.A. Bowman Blake 778
MARY ANERLEY.

.R. D. Blackmore 122, 289, 418, 599, 769, 923

MILL, THE OLD..

Thomas Dunn English 718

MISS BEULAH'S BONNET.

.Rose Terry Cooke 570
MR. KEESLER'S HORSE-CAR..

Edward Everett Hale 433

MR. WITHERTON'S ROMANCE.

Phæbe Yates Pember 731

MUSEUM OF ART, THE METROPOLITAN

863

ILLUSTRATIONS.

The new Building for the Metropolitan Museum

A Head

870

of Art in Central Park...

863 Old Woman

871

Art Gallery ::
864 Archaic Sarcophagus from Golgoi.

873
Hall of Ancient Statuary

865 St. Martha interceding for a Cessation of the
The Cesnola Collection under North Gallery. S66

Plague at Tarascon...

874
The Avery Collection....
867 The Wages of War

875
Open-work Vase, Avery Collection

Art Student copying Designs

876
A Flemish Lady..
869 The Work-Room.

877

MUSIC AND MUSICIANS IN ENGLAND..

..Mrs. John Lillie 641, 827

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Joseph Joachim

641 Sims Reeves..

832

Joseph Barnby

643 F. II. Cowen

833

Sir Juling Benedict

645 Manuscript from Score of “Twickenham Ferry" 834

Antoinette Sterling..

647 Theo. Marzials

835

Georg Henschel

649

Elizabeth Philp

836

Madaine Norman-Neruda and Charles Hallé 6:51 A Musical Party in the Studio of Felix Moscheles 837

Sir Michael Costa

653 Mantel-Piece in Studio of Felix Moscheles..... 838

Georg Henschel's Studio

827 Charlotte Moscheles..

839

Otto Goldschmidt

828 Choir in Westminster

841

John Ella

831

Edward Lloyd.

843

MUSIC AND WORDS..

..A. H. Louis 235
NATIONAL GUARD, OUR.

Colonel H. M. Boies 915

NATURE, HOME STUDIES IN.....

Mary Treat 710, 857

ILLUSTRATION.

Cover to Nest of Tiger-Spider removed from its

Female Spider with Young.

715

Bed of Mose..

710 Tiger-Spider and Moth

715

Digger-Wasp and Tiger-Spider..

711 Geometric Web of Garden-Spider

716

The Digger-Wasp, Cocoon, and Larva

711 Neste of Social Wasps

717

Burrow of the Tarantula Turricula

713 Nest of Spider with Trap-Door

857

Foundation of Turret

713 Mygale Hentzii.

857

Mushroom growing in the Burrow of the Tiger-

Tarantula of Texas.

857

Spider, and House of the Tarantula Tur-

The Insect Menagerie

860

ricula

714 The Great Zycosa

861

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