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EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

Letter Writing and Book Writing; Londoner on Ven- The Poem ; Early Visions ; The Viviparous Fish again,

Ice; An Observer on New York Society; On Charita- 555. Parisian Heats; The Weather and the Stocks ;

ble Societies, 119. Borrioboola-Gha and the Five Points; The Bear and the Turk, 556. Going into the Country :

Charity Concerts ; Polyhymnia Baggs, 120. Theory of The Citizen and his Guests ; The Abbé and the Arti-

Fashionable Charity ; Dr. Abbott's Egyptian Museum, chokes, 357. The Belle and the Billet ; A Suicide ; M.

121. What a Metropolis is; New York Fires, 122. Veron; The Ambitious Widow, 558. The Lost Alsa-

Flimsy Building; the Age of Tinsel ; Music Coming ; tian, 559. Wedding Advertisements, 560. The Drought :

Mario and Grisi, 123. Re-opening of the Crystal Pal. Sympathies, 691. The Millerites Chuckling; Chaos

ace--the Music and Speeches; The Useful and the and Cabbages; Money tight; Expensively educated :

Beautiful, 124. Paris in the Spring; The New Palace; Spiritual Drought, 692. Grisi and Mario; Character-

The Palace of Industry: Diplomatic Clothing; The istics of Grisi : Grisi and Rachel : The Mythic Mrs.

French and English Coalition, 125. The Viviparous Coutts ; Mr. Ruskin and Claude : Joy in the Beautiful.

Fish; The Abbé Lammenais; Sergeant Tallourd ; 693. Mr. Carden; Another Abduction; the French

Death of the Gardener ; Hospital Wagons, 126. Con. Mother, 694. The Honest Rogue ; A Debt of Con-

scripts and Marriage ; War-tidings; A French Play, science, 695. Jules Lecomte, 696. M. Méry the Rain-

127. Romance of the Guardsman, 128. Experiences Maker ; Broadway Bridges, 697. How one feels after

of the Chair; No Enthusiasm behind the Scenes, 257. killing a Man; A Tale of Crime, 698. Railway Acei-
Anonymous Blackguards; Mr. Grayquill's Correspond- dents here and abroad, 699. Sir Charles Napier and
ent : Impersonality of the Chair, 258. A Fable ; Truth- his Dinner-Table Victories ; Cronstadt not to be taken
fulness of the Newcomes, 259. Architecture in New by Champagne ; The Admiral coming Honie; The
York, 260. The Fourth of July in City and Country, Countess and the Soldiers' Families; the Allies victo-
261. Nicholas and his Family, 262. The Russian Po- rious on Paper, 838. Back-Room Speculations on the
lice: A Story from Life, 263. The Imperial Family in War : John Bull fighting for India ; Print and Talk ;
Rose Color, 264. A Touch of the Knout, 265. Flog. Able Editors but Men; Every Man his own Editor, 839.
ging in English Schools ; Professor Wilson, 266. Death Pestilence and Storms at the South; Kindly Feelings
of Rubini ; Of James Montgomery ; Duke of Cambridge aroused; Active Christian Sympathy; The North and
on his Way to the Wars, 267. Exodus of the Town; the South, 840. The Easy Chair as Confessional : Sy-
Corydon, Ceres, and Flora, 406. Country Girls not billa and her Suitor ; Narcissus and his Novel ; Life
Nymphs; Living in the Country, 407. Death of Son- the Material of Literature ; Sanctity of Private Charac-
tag, 408. Pasta and Siddons ; Summer and Cholera; ter; Daguerreotyping Individuals ; Example of Thack-
Suspected Fruits, 409. Epistle General from Abroad; eray, 841. Shakspeare and Lady Macbeth ; True Lim-
Fashion and the Thermometer; Age and Dress, 410. its of Individual Portraiture; The Easy Chair's Opin-
French Children; the Wood of Boulogne ; Shop Win- ion of the Whole Matter; Gossip of the Town; Hoops
dows, 411. New Jewels; Conspiracy against the Mil. and Street-Sweeping Skirts ; Projects for Retrench-
liners; Professor of Dressing, 412. "Beau Brummel; ment, 842. Elise the Grisette ; The new Idées Napoleon-
The Deaf Suicide ; Another Suicide, 413. The Musiennes ; The New Guards, 843. French Sharpshoot-
tache Movement ; The Buried Well-Digger, 414. Cryers; Guessing and Foreboding ; The English in Paris ;
for Beaux, 551. What the Men are about; Coming The Coming Exhibition ; Railway Responsibility, 844.
down; Charity for Crime; Easiness of Selfishness, 562. Murder will out ; Jules Lecomte upon English Tour.
Beauty and Goodness; Grandfather's Advice; Dry, Sly, 1818, 845. What the English travel for; Murray ver-
and Lye, 553. New Failure of the Crystal Palace; The ified; The Student and the Peasant-Girl, 646. The

Causes, College Commencements, 554. The Orators; Somnambulic Gamester, 847.

EDITOR'S TABLE.

The Position or the Clergy.....

.... 115 Is the Human Race One or Many?.............., 548

Shall the Nurderer escape?..

..... 253 Are we One or Many? ......

687

Union Saving ......

402 The true Sources of our National Strength ....... 830
FAITHFUL MARGARET

659
FASHIONS FOR JUNE.

143
FASHIONS FOR JULY

281
FASHIONS FOR AUGUST

431
FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER
FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER .

719
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER ...
FATHER AND SON.

525
FIRST GRENADIER OF FRANCE..

366
FIVE SENSES

. 714
FLIGHT OF YOUTH ...

• 83

FOURTH OF JULY UPON THE HUDSON....

, 281

GALVANOPLASTY ...

811

GAMBLING HOUSES IN GERMANY ..

.. 390

GENERAL TAYLOR'S RESIDENCE AT BATON ROUGE

.. 763
GENERATIONS OF FASHIONS

.. 749
GREEK CARNIVAL.......

828
HAPPY FAILURE-A STORY OF THE RIVER HUDSON .....

196
HOLY WEEK AT ROME ....

317
HOW MACKEREL ARE CAUGHT....

674
............................,

IMITATION PEARLS AND DIAMONDS ....

) DIAMOND.......................

INCIDENTS OF JURY TRIALS....

519

KIND OF PREACHING THAT DOES GOOD TO THE POOR ........

664

LADY AMBER MAYNE

AYNE ......................

667

LAST MOMENTS OF BEETHOVEN..

225

LITERARY NOTICES.

Russia; Russian Shores of the Black Sea ; Year with

ORIGINAL NOTICES.

the Turks; The Knout and the Russians ; Curzon's
Ballou's Divine Character Vindicated; Talvi's Ex Armenia ; Old Hundredth Psalm Tune; Talfourd's
iles, 135. Wilkinson's Ancient Egyptians ; The Re- Writings; Miller's My Schools and Schoolmasters;
gent's Daughter; Minnie Hermon ; Life and Sayings of Art Student in Mwnich, 137. The Dodd Family Abroad;
Mrs. Partington ; Judd's The Church; Smith's Hig- Thomas's Farm Implements, 138. Benton's Thirty
tory of Greece: Dod's Spirit Manifestations ; Surenne's Years in the Senate; Twenty Years in the Philippines ;
French and English Dictionary, 136. Gurowski's Bartlett's Personal Narrative; Aubrey, The Quiet

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LITERARY NOTICES--continued.

Heart : Greece and the Golden Horn, 276. Utah and 858. Birds of the Bible : Female Prose Writers of Amer-

the Mormons: Wensley; Lyrics by the Letter H; ica ; Ida Norman ; Spenser and the Fairy Queen; Later

Wordsworth's Works; Recreations of Christopher Years; Synonyms of the New Testament ; Hickok's
North: Fern Leaves : This, That, and the Other ; The Empirical Psychology, 859. Poems by T. W. Parsons :
Myrtle Wreath, 277 : Morning Stars of the New World; Life and Epistles of the Apostle Paul; Jerusalem and
Tampest and Sunshine : Melbourne and the Chincha its Vicinity : Lamartine's Memoirs of Celebrated Char-
Islands: The Catacombs of Rome ; Sargent's First acters; Dr. Bell's Louisville Address ; Stockton's Ser-
Class Reader: Franchere's Voyage to the Northwest mons for the People : Lossing and Draper's Western
Coast: Pycron's English Reading ; Queens of Scot - Histories. 860.
land: Home Scenes and Horne Sounds, 278. Mer-
cein's Natural Goodness ; Fashion and Famine, 279:

FOREIGN NOTICES AND INTELLIGENCE.
Miss Mitford's Atherton and Other Tales ; Burritt's Death of Professor Wilson; The Chronicles of Merry
Thoughts and Thing; Leather Stocking and Silk ; England; Ages of the Reviews; Progress of Punch,
The Master's House : Ticonderoga; Hive of the Bee 139; New Publications, 140. Works of Arago; J.amar-

Hunter ; Sir Jasper Carew, 425. Elements of Charac- tine's projected Works; New Work by Michelet;

ter; Footprints of Famous Men; Africa and the Amer. Eternity Unveiled; Bulletin des Sociétés Savants ;

ican Flag Daniel Boone and the Hunters of Kentucky; Manuscript of Spinoza, The Brownings ; Poems by

Harper's Gazetteer of the World ; History of Illinois ; Tennyson, Praed, and Kingsley; Chevalier Bunsen;

Sandwich Island Notes, 426. Mills's Poets and Poetry Insanity of Genius; Maurice's Theological Essays, 140.

of the Ancient Greeks ; Livermore's Discourses, 427 : Death of Montgomery ; of Professor Jameson, 279. Or
Gan Eden ; Maturin's History of Cuba ; Na Motu ; Easy William Pickering; of Lord Cockburn; Health of Re-
Nat; The British Poets : Bertha and Julia, 569. The gers: Mrs. Crowe; Lamartine's History of Turkey,
Practical Draughtsman; American Cottage Builder; 280.Sketch of Carlyle; Sydenham Palace Portrait
Youth of Jefferson ; Nolte's Fifty Years in Both Hemi- Gallery, 427. Dr. Ramles in Italy; Monument to Wil-
spheres; Abbott's History of Pyrrhus: Puddleford and sox: Death of Lady Dacre ; Lamartine's Celebrated
ils People, 570. Captain Canot; Shakspeare's Scholar : Characters: French Literary Notabilities; Hans Chris-
Sunny Memories or Foreign Lands, 709. School for Pol- tian Andersen, 428. The English Journals on Todd's
itics; Practical Draughtsman's Book of Design ; Doch- Student's Manual, 570. On Fern Leaves ; On Hervey's
arty's Arithmetic'; Harrington's Memoirs and Sermons; Rhetoric of Conversation ; On Bates's Poems; On
Hoppin's Notes of a Theological Student, 710. Gerald American Female Authors; On Mrs. Stowe's Sunny
Massey's Poems and Ballads ; Willis's Famous Per. Memories : Sketch of Hazlitt, 571. George Gilfillan ;
sons and Things ; Hermit's Dell, 711. Giles's Illus. Miss Mitford's Village ; Sonnet to Dickens, 572. No-
trations of Genius; Wood's Illustrated Natural His- tice or Comte; Or John Chapman, 711. Characteristics
tory; Whittier's Literary Recreations and Miscellanies; of Charles Lamb; Fashion and Famine; Bancroft's
Baskerville's German Poetry, 857. Memorable Women; new Volume, 712. White's Shakspeare's Scholar;
The Captains of the Roman Republic ; Life's Lesson; American Artists at Rome; Lines by Landor to Miss
Artificial Fish-Breeding; The Virginia Comedians, Mitford, 713.

LITTLE FLOWER

394

LOST ISLAND ..

648
LOVE AND SELF-LOVE ...........

.........................

84

84

MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.

UNITED STATES.

SOUTHERN AMERICA.

The Treaty with Mexico, 110. Veto of the Insane Revolt of Alvarez in Mexico, 111, 251. New Expedi-

Appropriation Bill, 110. Motion to suspend the Neu- tion of Count Raousset Boulbon, 684. Its Dercat, and

trality Laws in the case of Spain, 110. Speech of Mr. Execution of the Leader, 831. Outbreak on the Rio

Benton against the Nebraska Bill, 110. Meeting of the Grande, 684. Its Suppression, 831. Address of Santa

Association for the Advancement of Science, 111. Anna, 631. Action at Mogotes, 831. Russian Loan,

Southern Convention at Charleston, 111. The Ward 831. Revolution in New Granada, 400. Bombardment

Murder Trial, 111. Breach of the Neutrality Law by of Greytown, 544.

the French Consul in San Francisco, 111. Walker's

Sonora Expedition, 111, 250. Passage of the Nebraska

GREAT BRITAIN.

Bill; the final Debate and Analysis of the Vote, 249. Ultimatum to Russia rejected, and Declaration of

Speech of Mr. Cass on Religious Liberty, 250. Mr. War, 111. Lords Clarendon and Aberdeen and the

Mallory's Resolution on the Africanization of Cuba; Earl of Derby on the War, 112. Lord John Russell,

United States Senator from Massachusetts, 250. The Messrs. Layard, Bright, and others in the House, 112.

President's Neutrality Proclamation, 250. Indictment Speech of Lord Palmerston, 112. Declaration respect-

of the French Consul at San Francisco, 250. Indian ing Neutrals, 113. Withdrawal of the Reforin Bill, 113.

War in Oregon, 251. Question of Annexation in the Debates on the War, 252. The Jews in Parliament,

Sandwich Islands, 251, 545. Indian Murders in New 252. Financial Projects, 252. Changes in the Cabinet,

Mexico, 251. Protest against the Nebraska Bill, by 400. Lord John Russell, Lord Clarendon, the Earl of

Members of Congress, 398. Speeches of Messrs. Jones, Aberdeen, and others on the Continuance of the War,

Rockwell, Sumner, Toucey, and Gillette on the Protest, 400. Opening of the New Crystal Palace, 400. Speech

398. Provisions of the Gadsden Treaty with Mexico, of Kossuth on the War, 401, 546, 685. Discussion on

397. The Reciprocity Treaty with Great Britain, 399. the Neutrality Question, 545. The Earl of Clarendon
The Japanese Treaty, 399. Appointments for Kansas on the Course of Austria, 546. Lord John Russell's

and Nebraska, 39). New Hampshire Resolutions on Statement of the Progress and Objects of the War, 546.

the Nebraska Bill, 405. Connecticut Law for Personal Mr. Disraeli's Attack upon the Ministry, 546. Debate

Freedoin, 400. Riots in New York and Brooklyn, 400. on Canadian Affairs, 684. New Copyright Decision,

Adjournment of Congress, 513. Batchelder Pension, 684. Statement as to the Slave Trade in Cuba, 684.

543. President's Message on our Relations with Spain, Marquis Clanricarde and the Earl of Clarendon on the

514. Report of the Committes to whom it was referred, Conduct of the War, 685. Mazzini's Appeal to the Re-

541. Veto of the Internal Improvement Bill, 544. The volutionists, 685.

Homestead Bill, 544. Neutrality Treaty with Russia,

541. Bombardment of Greytown, 544. Fires in Cal-

FRANCE.

ifornia, 515. Elections in Vermont, North Carolina, Proceedings respecting the War, 113. The Conven-

and Maine, 683Anti-Nebraska Convention at Sara- tion with England, 113. Formation of New Military

toga, 683. Democratic State Conventions in New York, Camps, 252. Report of M. Persigny on retiring from

683. Whig and Free Soil Conventions in Massachu- Office, 401. M. Drouyn de L'Huys's Reply to Count

setts, 633. The Neutrality Question with France and Nesselrode, 686. Military Display at Boulogne, 831.

Bngland, 683. Political Conventions in California, 684. Emperor's Proclamation to the Army, 831. Prince

reuds among the Chinese Emigrants. 684. Neutrality Czartoryski's Address to the Poles, 831.

of the Sandwich Islands, 684. Loss of the Steamer

Arctic, 830. Elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio, 830.

THE CONTINENT.

Political Conventions in New York. 830. The Dem- Attitude of Austria, 113, 251, 685, 686, 832. Position
ocratic Candidates and the Liquor Law, 830. Dem- of Prussia, 113, 251, 685, 832. Treaty between Austria
ocratic Convention in Massachusetts, 830. State Agri- and Prussia, 251. Interview between the Sovereigns
cultural Fairs, 830. Death of Bishop Wainwright, 830. of Austria and Prussia, 401. Resolution of the Minor
Or Bishon Gartland, 830. Election in California, 830. Powers, 401. Diplomatic Correspondence between
Chinese Emigration to California, 831.

Austria, Prussia, and Russia, 832. Circular Notes or

MONTHLY RECORD-continued.

the three Powers, 832. Declaration of the Russian Gulf of Bothnia, 401. The Capture of the British

Government, 113. Circular Notes of Count Nesselrode Steamer Tiger, 401. Siege of Silistria, 401. Retreat

to Austria and Prussia, S32. Commotions in Spain, of the Russians, 401. Cronstadt pronounced impreg-

252. The Black Warrior Case, 232. Insurrection in nable, 547. Continued Retreat of the Russians in the

Spain, 547. Proclamation of O'Donnell, 547. Consti- Principalities, 547. Capture or Bomarsund, 686. En-

tution and Measures of the New Government, 685. De trance of the Austrians into the Principalities, 686.

parture of the Queen Mother, 831. Action against her, Cholera in the Allied Camp, 686. Turkish Defeat in

831. Charges against Mr. Soulé, 831. His Letter to Asia, 686. Correspondence between Russia and Aus-

the Press, 831. Ledru Rollin on Spanish Affairs, 831. tria, 686. Reply of the French Minister, 686. Austrian

Apprehensions for Cuba, 832.

Circular, 686. Further Correspondence between Aus-

tria, Prussia, and Russia, 832. Expedition to the Cri-

THE LASTERS WAR.

Inea, 833. AMairs in the Baltic, 833. Russian Evacua-
Declaration of War by Great Britain, 112. English tion of Moldavia, 833.

Declaration respecting Neutrals, 113. Proceedings of

the French Government, 113. The Convention be-

THE EAST.

tween France and England, 113. Declaration of the Confiscation of the Property of the Mosques, 114.

Russian Government, 113. Blockade of the Baltic Hostile Movements in Greece, 114. Russian Move-

Ports, and Capture of Prizes, 114. Russian Forces ments near Japan, 114. The American Fleet in Japan,

cross the Danube, 114. Confiscation of the Property 114. Formation of a new Ministry in Greece, 686.

of the Mosques by the Sultan, 114. The Russians in Visit of the American Commissioner to Nankin, 633.

the Dobrudscha, 251. The Position and Forces of the Progress of the Insurrection in China, 833. Ex-Com-

Combatants, 252. Bombardment of Odessa, 252. Sir missioner Marshall's View of the state of Affairs in

Charles Napier at Stockholm, 252. Captures in tho China, 433.

MORE FACTS WORTH KNOWING

93
MOSQUITO WAR....
..................................

429

.......................

MOUNTAIN STORMS.-TRAGEDY ON THE SENTIS ........

511

MY BROOCH .......
................

636
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. By John S. C. ABBOTT. ....... 32, 171, 327, 465, 577, 721
NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERMAN ....

106
NEWPORT-HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL.........

289
NIGHT IN AN OLD CASTLE. By G. P. R. James..

804
NURSE'S REVENGE ..

825
OLD WORLD AND NEW

861
ORIENTAL MERCHANT..

680
PICTURE OF A GREEK GIRL

236

POOR CHILD'S CRADLE..

50

POOR MAN'S PUDDING AND RICH MAN'S CRUMBS

. 95

POSTHUMOUS ADVENTURES OF PAGANINI.

523

QUAKER'S WIFE .... .........

771
RIGHTS AND WRONGS OF WOMAN

76

ROYALTY AT TABLE .....

542

RUSSIAN STORY OF A CENTURY AGO..

509
SCHOLARS OF BRIENNE .....
SHARPENING THE SCYTHE

73
SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES ABOUT COLORS

814

SONNETS. By Park BENJAMIN ........

STOLEN SHOES .........
STOOPING TO CONQUER .........

816
STORM AND REST ....

229

STUDENT LIFE IN PARIS .....

STUDIES FOR A PICTURE OF VENICE. By Ik.

MARVEL..........

186

SUPERSTITIONS OF SAILORS.

641

THE FIDDLER......

536
THE GREEN RING AND THE GOLD RING ...

232
THE HYENA......

513
THE NEWCOMES. By W. M. THACKERAY ..

57, 201, 348, 492, 618, 782
THE OCEAN AND THE ATMOSPHERE....

531
THE REPRIEVE; OR, THE WILD JUSTICE OF REVENGE

371

THE STEPPES, ODESSA, AND THE CRIMEA

THE THIRTEENTH JUROR

THREE VISITS TO THE HOTEL DES INVALIDES

643

TWO PATHS IN LIFE .......

862
W’AYS OF PROVIDENCE

799
WHAT IS A CONGREVE ROCKET?.

222

WHO DISCOVERED THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE!

WHOM SHALL WE MARRY!...

765

WOLF NURSES IN INDIA ........

199
WOMAN'S WRONGS-A STORY OF ENGLISH LAW

226

YOUNG AMERICA AT THE SEASIDE.

YOUNG SURGEON ........

776

543

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1. Palace of the Khans of the Crimea....... 82. Kissing the Pope's Foot .

... 162

2. Gipsies in Bucharest .........

83. Granting Absolution in St. Peter's ....

3. Gipsy Dog-Killers..

84. The Sistine Chapel during Mass .....

165

4. Village Church in Wallachia .

85. The Pilgrims' Dinner. ................

166

5. Steppes of Southern Russia..

86. A Roman Preacher....

.... 167

6. Tartar Camel-Cart .....

87. Penitents on Good Friday .............

168

7. Tartar Guide ...

88. Blessing Animals...

8. Tartar Knife-Whip .........

89. St. Peter's......

9. On the Road ......

90. Caulaincourt and the Grand Duic...... 173

10. Tartar Village ..............

91. Caulaincourt in the Cabinet of Napoleon. 174

11. Shocing an Ox .....

92. Caulaincourt returning to Fontainebleau. 176

12. Tartar Postillions ...

93. The last Review at Fontainebleau ......

13. Tartar Coffee House.

94. The Abdication ....

14. Mausoleum of the Khans. ...

95. Marmont arresting the Troops .........

15. Tartar Baker's Shop...

96. Caulaincourt and the Abbé de Pradt.

16. The Pope in Pontifical Robes.

97. Fac-Simile of the Act of Abdication..

17. Latin Bishop ................

98. The Newcomes-Head-Piece......

18. Cardinal in Full Costume...

99. Ethel on Horseback ...

19. Cardinal in Private Habit ...

100. Ethel and Clive ....

20. Greek Bishop ...

101. Mr. F. Bayham at the Haunt ........

21. Syrian Bishop .........

102. Emblematic Head-Picce .......

22. Armenian Bishop..............

23 | 103. Mr. Honeyman in Prison ...

23. Bearer of the Tiara ....

104. Colonel Newcome's Farewell ....

24. Chorister ..............

105. Fourth of July on the Hudson---the Party 281

25. Senator ...

24 106. Dressing for the Boat ..........

281

26. Cardinal Priest ...

24 107. Food for the Mind....

282

27. Cross-Bearer ...

24 | 108. Food for the Body ........

28. The Pope ....

109. To the State-Room......

29. Private Chamberlain ...............

110. In the State-Room ......

30. Pope's Cross-Bearer ...

111. Augustus and Frank at the Bar.

31. Captain of the Swiss Guard...

25 | 112. Mr. Crayon makes a Sensation .

32. Private of the Swiss Guard ..

26 113. The Palisades ..........

33. Guard of Nobles... ........

26 | 114. Very fair Scenery ........

26 115. Scene on Deck. .........

35. Chamberlain of the Sword and Cloak 26 116. Augustus and Frank at the Bar again

36. The Corpse of the Pope exposed...... 28 | 117. Mr. Crayon tries to Sketch.

37. Dinner during the Conclave ........ 29 118. Group on the Deck ....

38. Election of Pires VI........

30 119. Walk up to the Captain's Office

39. The Pope borne to his Residence...... 120. Scrambling for Tickets ....

40. The Empress invested with the Regency. 121. The Gentlemen enjoy themselves...

41. The Attack upon Napoleon...

122. Live Stock on board.

42. The Russians surprised. .......

37 123. Mr. Crayon at Work .............

43. The Bursting of the Bomb. ......

39 124. Mr. Crayon quits Work ....

44. The Cossacks repulsed ........

40 | 125. Mr. Crayon's last Sketch ..

45. Tidings of the Capitulation...

42 126. The Cabin at Night ....

46. Napoleon at Fontainebleau...

44 / 127. Fashions for July-Bridal Costume.

47. Parisian Crèche-the Play-Room.. 53 128. Riding Dress............

48. Parisian Crèche-the Eating-Room .. 54 / 129. Long Wharf, Newport .

49. Parisian Crèche-the Cradle-Room .. 55 130. Light House, Newport.............

50. Parisian Crèche-the Table .......... 56 131. Newport from Brenton's Cove.....

51. The Newcomes-Head-Piece..

57 132. Jewish Cemetery, Newport .......

52. Colonel Newcome in the Gallery ....

60 133. Trinity Church, Newport .....

53. The Post-Boy....

61 | 134. Whitehall, near Newport......

54. Mr. Moss grows envious ......

61 135. Redwood Library, Newport ...

55. Master Clive at Work

62 136. Franklin's Press ...

299

56. Emblematic Head-Piece.

67 | 137. State and Court House, Newport

57. Rosey's Little Song.........

72 138. Prescott's Head-Quarters .....

58. Young America preparing to bathc... 141 | 139. Rochambeau's Head-Quarters ..

59. Young America bathing ......

141 140. Purgatory Bluff ....

306

60. Young America tries sailing..

142 141. Old Fort, Dumpling Rocks .....

309

310

61. Young America enjoys himself . .... 142 142. Spouting Rock

62. Fashions for June....

.... 143 143. Channing House ........

63. The Talma Mantle ...

144 144. The Glen, near Newport...

64. L'Emperatrice ....

144 | 145. Commodore Perry's House, Newport

65. The Zuleika Berthe ....

144 | 146. The Old Stone Mill, Newport ..

315

66. Catskill Creek ...

145 147. Drawing Net............

67. The Mountain House, Catskills

146 148. Glen, near Newport ..........

68. View from the North Mountain, Catskills 147 149. Lily Pond, near Newport .....

317

69. Sylvan Lake, Catskills .....

148 150. A Roman Procession .........

318

70. The High Falls, Catskills ..

149 151. Italian Monks .........

319

71. Palenville, Catskills .....

150 | 152. Procession of Corpus Domini ..

72. Cascade near Palenville, Catskills. 151 153. The Most Holy Baby .........
73. The High Rocks, Catskills.......... 152 154. The Holy Stairs ........

322

74. The Dog Hole, Catskills....

153 155. Vows to the Virgin .. ........

75. View through the Clove, Catskills ..... 154 156. Adoration of Relics ....

76. Bridge on the Kauterskill, Catskills .. 155 | 157. Adoration of the Statue of St. Peter 324

77. The Plauterkill, Catskills ....

156 158. Street Preaching at Rome.

325

78. Cascade in the Plauterkill, Catskills .... 157 159. A Roman Funeral..

79. The Pantheon at Rome ......

159 160. The Convention at Paris.....

328

80. Cavalcade on Palm Sunday ............

160 161. Napoleon in the Garden......

81. The Pope's Carriage ....... ... 161 | 162. Adieu to the Guards. ........

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163. Napoleon's Arrival at Elba...

331 246. The Retreat from Waterloo........... 602

164. Napoleon's Residence at Elba..

332 | 247. The Return to Paris. ..................

€03

165. Portrait of Macdonald .............

333 248. Valley among the Himalayas. .......... €04

166. Portrait of Josephine ........

340 249. Crossing a River in India....

167. Map of Elba ......

341 250. Monghyr, on the Ganges....

168. Napoleon at the Farm House...... 342 251. Lepcha Girl and Boodhist Lama..

169. The Newcomes-Head-Piece ..... 348 252. Females of the Himalayas........

170. A Meeting in Rhineland.

253. Wandering Priest ......

171. An Incident in the Life of Jack Belsize 361 254. Himalayan Climbing Plant.....

611

172. Emblematic Head-Piece .......

362 255. Thibet Mastiff ........

173. Barnes Newcome on his Guard.......

256. Boodhist Temple ........

612

174. The Mosquito War-The Surprise ..., 257. Vestibule of Temple ..........

613

175. The Mosquito War-The Attack ,...... | 258. Thibetan Monks and Lamas .... 614

176. The Mosquito War-The Retreat...... 259. Sacred Implements in Boodhist Temples. 614

177. The Mosquito War-A Truce .......... 260. Lepcha Devotions ....

615

178. The Mosquito War-Hostilities renewed. 261. Sikkim Soldiers.

616

179. The Mosquito War-Reinforcements ... | 262. Residence of the Rajah.....

617

180. The Mosquito War-They arrive...... 430 263. The Newcomes-Head-Piece.

618

181. The Mosquito War-Surrender ....... 264. The Duel... ......

622

182. Fashions for August. ...............

265. Laying a Train .....
183. Parasol.......

266. The Explosion ....

184. Riding Hat .....................

267. Across the Alps .........

185. Riding Gloves ........

268. The Five Senses-Seeing ........

714

186. Portrait of Henry Hudson.....

269. The Five Senses-Hearing ...... 715

187. The Half Moon at Yonkers ..

270. The Five Senses-Smelling ....... 716

188. Commercial Beginning of New York

271. The Five Senses-Tasting.

717

189. Treaty with the Indians....

272. The Five Senses—Touching .....

190. Landing of the Walloons.....

273. Fashions for October.............

191. The Wrath of Van Twiller....

274. Velvet Cloak ..

192. Indians bringing Tribute

275. Cloth Cloak......

193. Massacre of Indians at Hoboken.

276. Napoleon and Lucien....

194. Portrait of Peter Stuyvesant ......... 277. The Emperor' and the Page.........

195. The Stadt Huys ..

278. Napoleon and the Chambers .......

196. Summoning Fort Casimir to Surrender. 279. Napoleon leaving the Elysée....
197. Dutch Cottage ..

| 280. Napoleon in the Library at Malmaison...

198. A Dutch Family .

nily ... ............

281. The Departure from Malmaison ..

199. Destruction of Nicoll's Letter .

282. Embarking in the Boats .....

736

200. New York in 1644.

283. Confiding in the Hospitality of England.. 739

201. In Baffin's Bay...

284. Napoleon at Plymouth.......

202. Frozen Up..........

285. Admiral Keith eluding the Law.. 743

203. Land in the Distance ...

286. Passing to the Northumberland... 744

204. The Seventeenth of November.

287, Sailing of the Convoy...............

745

205. Loss of the Northern Light....

288. Map of France .......

746

206. The Boat Crushed .

289. Execution of Ney................

747

207. Frozen Fast ......

290. Portrait of Ney .......

208. Announcement of the Return from Elba 291. The Merveilleuse, 1793..

209. Copying the Proclamation..

292. The Changes of Fashion, 1760, 1793

210. Passing the Enemy ......

293. The Changes of Fashion, 1820, 1850

211. Napoleon at Grenoble .......

294. Classical Costume, 1796.

212. Approaching Auxerre...

295. Head-Dresses, 1813 ...

213. Meeting of Napoleon and Ney.

296. Court Dress, 1775 ....

214. Napoleon at Fontainebleau....

237. L'Agioteur, 1795 ....,

215. Napoleon at Melun ..........

298. Caricature, 1778 ....

216. Entering the Tuileries. .......

| 299. The Faskions for 1787...

217. The Death of Murat. .........

300. Head-Dress, 1785...

218. Portrait of Murat .......

301. Head-Dresses, 1802 ......

219. Portrait of Lefebvre ...,

302. Bonnet, 1786............

756

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220. The Newcomes-Head-Piece.

| 303. Bonnet and Trimming, 1786.

221. Preparations for Retreat ....

304. The Fashions, 1787, '88...

222. Clive's Farewell ....

305. Incroyable, 1796....

223. Off for Rome ...................

306. Promenade Costume, 1801 ...

224. Old Scandals .................

307. Bonnet, 1801 ....................

225. Emblematic Head-Piece .....

308. Merveilleuse, 1793 ..,

226. Mr. Barnes goes to Court .....

309. The Mode, 1800......

227. The Hyena ......

310. The Mode, 1812...

228. Bad News for the Horse ...

311, Cravat à l'oreilles de Lievre, 1812

229. Young America with his Weed.

312. Leg-of-Mutton Sleeve .........

230, Qualified Admiration ...

| 313. Residence of General Taylor.....

231. Fashions for September ........

314. The Newcomes-Head-Piece ...

232. Sleeve .........

315. Nursing the Knight .....

233, Children's Dresses ....

| 316. French Condolence.......

234. Napoleon in the Cabinet of Louis XVIII | 317. Emblematic Head-Piece .......

235. Napoleon at the School of Ecouen..... 581 | 318. The Emigrant to America..........

236. The Announcement to Talleyrand..... | 319. The Emigrant Returning.

237. Portrait of Talleyrand..

| 320. Childhood ....

862

238. The Field of Mars...

321. Youth

862

239. Portrait of Eugene Beauharnais .....

322. Manhood

862

240, Napoleon leaving the Tuileries.

323. Middle Life....................

862

241. Napoleon Addressing his Troops.

324. Age.

862

242. Portrait of Soult ....

| 325. Fashions for November.......

863

243. Map of Waterloo ..

326. Chemisette .......

864

244. Reconnoitring the Field of Waterloo .

327. Cap ..................................

245. Napoleon at Waterloo ........

6011328. Sleeve ..............

864

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