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366; occupation of Nassau and Frankfort, 366; advance the President of August 20th, 890; application for the
of the Prussians into Bavaria and Baden, 367, 36S; war writ in behalf of Jefferson Davis refused, 891.
in Italy, 368; naval battle at Lissa, 369; battle of Tabis HALL, EDWARD BBOOKS.-Birth, 891; pursuits, 391; death,
chan, 371; preliminary peaco of Nikolsburg, 371; trca 891.

ties concluded at Prague, Berlin, and Vienna, 372, 373. HALL, FRANCIS.-Birth, 891; pursuits, 391; death, 391.
Germany.The Confederation, 374; Prussian proposition HALLOCK, GERARD.-- Birth, 391; pursuits, 391; death, 391.

for constitutional reform, 374; Congress of German llamburg.- Area, 392; population, 892; commerco, 892;
deputies, 374; adoption of the Austrian proposition in public debt, 892; supports Prussia, 392.
the Federal Diet, 374; Prussia withdraws or secedes, Hanorer.--Area, 392; population, 892; occupied by Prus-
375; other States follow, 375; North German Confedera-

sia, 392.
tion, 375; population, 375; defensive treaty, 375; clec HARFORD, JOHN S.-Birth, 892; pursuits, 392; death, 392.
toral law for Parliament, 376; Constitution, 376; South HAWKS, FRANCIS L.-Birth, 392; career, 392; death, 893.
German States, 377; population, 377; state of public Ilayti.- Area, 393; population, 393; revenue, 393; debt,
opinion, 377; other German States, 375.

893.
GIBBES, ROBERT W.-Birth, 378; pursuits, 373; death, 878. HENDERSON, JOHN B.-Senator from Missouri, 124; offers a
GIBSON, Joun.-Birth, 378; pursuits, 378; death, 379.

resolution, 150; on the President's power to remove
GOULD, AUGUSTUS II.--Birth, 379; career, 379; death, 379. ollice-holders, 243.
GOZLAN, Léox.-Birth, 379; pursuits, 379; death, 379. HEYDERSON, Joun H. D.--Representative from Oregon, 124;
GPANGER, A.xos P.-Birth, 350; pursuits, 350; death, 380. offers resolutions on rights of the States, 163.
GRANT, Gen. ULYSSES S.-Letter to the Secretary of War HIENDPICKS, THOMAS A.–Senator from Indiana, 124; on the

relative to the army bills before Congress, 30; appointed reconstruction committee, 133; on property representa-
General, 34; report on the condition of the South, 132; tion, 151; on the exclusion of Southern members, 175;
arrives at Buffalo to check the Fenians, 237.

on constitutional amendment, 191, 192; on the Civil
Great Britain.- Area, 380; population, 350; relations with Rights bill, 200; on the Freedmen's Bureau bill, 206-

the United States, 350; cattle plague, 381; financial 211; on the bill to relievo ofiicers, 219; on the bill to
panic, 381; Reform bill, 351; new cabinet, 351; revenue protect officers, 221.
and expenditures, 381; imports and exports, 331; ship- Tesse.--Hesse-Homburg, area, 393; population, 393. Hesse-
ping, 352; ariny, 892; navy, 382; iron-clauda, 352; edu Cassel, area, 393;' population, 993; occupied by Prussia,
cational statistics, 333; religion, 883; paupcrisin and

893. Ilesse-Darmstadt, divisions, 393; arca, 393; popu-
crime, 333.

lation, 393; army, 893 ; joins Confederation, 393.
Greece.-Government, 8S4; area, 331; finances, 991; debt,

Holland.-See Netherlands.
884; ministry, 384; brigands, 354; addross on home and Ilonduras.--See Central America.
foreign affairs, 394.

IlOWARD, Jacob M.-Senator from Michigan, 124; on the
Greek Church.-Increasing interest in establishing closer reconstruction committee, 193; on constitutional arend-
connections with Anglican Churches of Europe and

ment, 180-190, 191; on the Civil Rights bill, 199; on the
America, 883; feelings of the Russian clerky, 355; state-

bill to relieve officers, 218; on the bill to protect ofli.
ment of Rev. George Williams, 355; statement of Bishop

cers, 221.
Whitehouse, 355; report of negotiations between the Howe, Timothy 0.–Senator from Wisconsin, 124; on the
Pope and Bishops of Turkey, 855; Danubian Principali-

President's power to remove office-holders, 245.
ties and the Greek Synod, 335; Russian Church in New HUGHES, ELLEN.-Birth, 393; pursuits, 393; death, 393.

York, 386; Greek converts in Western Europe, 856. HUMPHREY, JAMES.—Birth, 893; pursuits, 393; death, 394.
GREEN, Horacr.-Birth, 356; pursuits, 556; death, 356. Hungary.-Reconstruction on the old basis, 394; chief ofli-
GREENE, DaviD.-Birth, 957; pursuits, 957; death, 357.

cers, 894; address of the Diet to the Emperor, 394; scc-
GREGORY, FRANCIS II.-Birth, 387; naval career, 357; death,

ond address, 394; plan of reconstruction proposed by
857.

Hungary, 394; Diet prorogued, 395; imperial rescript,
GEEVILLE, ROBEIT KAYE.-Birth, 358; pursuits, 389; death,

895; change in the address, 396; the address, 396; Hun-
883.

gary and her dependencies, 397; Croatian Diet, 93.
GEIDER, DEXRY.-Representative from Kentucky, 124; of-

fers resolutions on reconstruction, 145; makes minority

report from joint committee, 135.
GEBES, JAMES W.-Senator from Iowa, 124 ; on admission
from Colorado, 233.

Illinois.—Growth of the State, 398; debt, 393; taxable prop-
GRISWOLD, Joux A.-Representative from New York, 124; erty, S98; manufactures, 399; population, 398; schools,
nominates C. B. Boynton for chaplain, 123.

899; charitable institutions, 399; amendment of the
GROTE, JOHN.–Birth, 353; career, 383; death, 358.

Federal Constitution, 899; Republican Stato Conven-
Guatemala.--See Central America.

tion, 399; Democratic State Convention, 400; election
Gunpaper.-Combines elements of destruction with the of State officers, 400; prosperity of Chicago, 400.

principle of safety, ; its composition, 395; how used, India, British.–Area, 400 ; population, 400; army, 400;
383; experiments, 359.

famine, 400; letters, 401; Bhootan war, 401; grand
GUROWSKI, ADAM DE.-Birth, 889; career, 359; death, 889.

"durbar," 401; activity in behalf of female education,
GUTALIE, JAMES.--Sonator from Kentucky, 124; on tho re 401; schools, 402; religious reform movements, 402;
construction committee, 139; on the Civil Rights bill,

telegraph lines, 402.
199; on the Freedmen's Bureau, 207; on the President's Indiana.--Receipts, 402; expenditures, 402; valuation of
power to remove oflice-holders, 243.

property, 402; statement of the debt, 402; sinking fund,
403; population, 403; schools, 403; benerolent institu-
tions, 403; penitentiarieg, 403; decision of the Supreme

Court relative to negroes, 401; State election, 404; Re-
Tabeas Corpus.-Order from the War Department, 389; publican platform, 404; Democratic platforin, 404; con-

Proclamation of the President of April 2d, 359; order of vention of colored citizens, 405; address, 405; ro«nlts a
the War Department of April 9th, 390; proclamation of the election, 405,

Indium.-Mode of preparation, 406; specific gravity, 406; Kentucky.-Quiet in the State, 423; finances, 433; resole
fusible, 406; when discovered, 406.

tions of Urion members of the Legislature, 424; Freol.
INGERSOLL, EBEN C.-Representative from Illinois, 124 ; men's Bureau question, 424; views of the Governa
offers a resolution, 143.

424; correspondence with General Palmer, 424; feeling
Iowa.--Organization of the Legislature, 406; its acts, 406; toward the freedmen, 424; Convention of Union sol.

amendment of the constitution by striking out the word diers, 424; resolutions of Democratic Convention, 435;
“white," 406; railway system of the State, 407; schools, Lynch law, 425; robberies of railroad tyuios, 426; amead-
407; geological survey, 407; Republican Convention, ment to the Federal Constitution, 426.
407; resolutions, 403; Conservative Convention, 408; KILE, MILTON.-Birth, 427; pursuits, 427; death, 427.
resolutions, 409; result of the election, 408; Legislature, KNIGHT-BeucE, JAMES L.–Birth, 427; pursuits, 497; death,
403.

427.
Italy.-Government, 409; area, 409; population, 409; army,
409; commerce, 409; finances, 409; elections, 409; rela-

L
tions with Austria, 410; letter of Garibaldi, 410; decla-
ration of war, 410; manifesto, 410; treaty of peace, 410;
popular vote in Venetia, 411; opening of Parliament, LANE, EBENEZER.—Birth, 427; pursuits, 427; death, 427.
412; address of the King, 412; relations with the Church, LANE, HENRY S.-Senator from Indiana, 194; on the variors
412; exiled bishops, 412; letter of Baron Ricasoli, 413; plans of reconstruction, 151; on the Civil Rights bill,
treaty with France, 414.

200.
LANE, JAMES H.-Senator from Kansas, 124; on admission

of Colorado, 233 ; birth, 427; career, 497; death, 427.

LATHROP, Jous H.-Birth, 425; pursuits, 428; death, 42
Jaffa, American Colony at.-See Messiah, Church of.

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM.-Representative from Obio, 124;
Jamaica, Island of.-Effect of the riots in England, 417; Lincoln, Mapr.–Letter on receiving the medal for Mr.

resolution relative to Jefferson Davis, 39.
Commission of Inquiry, 417; result, 417; speech of
Governor Eyre to the Legislature, 418; Governor Eyre Lincoln, President.-Anniversary of his death in Congria,

Lincoln, 335.
superseded, 419; the new Governor, 419; steps for a

236.
trial in England, 419.
Japan.-Death of the Tycoon, 414; ratification, 414; suc-

Lippe-Government, 428; area, 423; populatioa, 18

Literature and Literary Progress.- Number of works
cessor, 414; applies to France for military instruction,

published, 428; historical works, 4:22; bistaries of the
414; civil war, 415 ; deficient rice crop, 415; fire at Yo-
kobama, 415; convention with the United States, Great

war, 4.30; Colonial and revolutionary periods. 43);

histories of other countries, 431; ecclesiastical tistory,
Britain, France, and Holland, 416.
JENKS, WILLIAM.-Birth, 420; pursuits, 420; death, 420.

431 ; theological works, 431; polemic thelozT, 431 ;
JOINSON, ANDREW.- Message on the condition of the South,

religious works, 432; natural philosophy, 4:33; chen-

istry, 433; botany, 433; zoology, 433; palaontos,
131 ; message on sending constitutional amendment to

433; geography, 439; geology, 434; ethEolory, 454;
States, 195; his veto of second bill amending Freed-

astrcnomy, 434; intellectual pbilosopby, 44; mal
men's Bureau, 213; message on the restoration of Ten-

philosopby, 434; ethics, 434; social science, 434;
nessee, 224; veto of the Colorado bill, 235; dispatch to

political economy, 434; mechanical science, 484;
the postmaster of Connecticut, 254; dispatch to the

politics, 435; educational works, 435; nathenasies,
mayor of New Orleans, 449-453 ; letter to General Sheri-

436; classical literature, 436; legal science, 35;
dan, 456; on the trial of Jefferson Davis, 519-517; an-

medical works, 437; essays, 435; poetry, $38; statisues,
nual message to Congress, 630; letter to the Governor

439; philology, 439; fine arts, 440; music, 410; wvel,
of Texas, 743; states his views to Senator Dison, 748;

441; juveniles, 41; works of travel, 441; military Forks,
do to colored delegation, 749; do. to a committee of the

441.
Virginia Legislature, 750; do, on February 22d, 751; do.

English literature, 412; history, 442; historial
do. to a Kentucky delegation, 753 ; tour to Chicago, 755.

biography, 413; general biography, 443; politics, #13;
Jonsson, CAVE.--Birth, 420; career, 420; death, 421.
Jonsson, PHILIP.--Representative from Pennsylvania, 124;

travels, 414; philosophy, 4H; antiquarianist, 4;
nominates John Chambers for chaplain, 180.

essays, 445; fiction, 445; poetry, 416.
JOHNSON, ReverDY.-Senator from Maryland, 124; on the

LONGYEAR, JOHN W.-Representative from Michigan, 134;

offers a resolution on duty of Congress, 149.
exclusion of Southern members, 169 ; on Stockton's

Louisiana.-Session of the Legislature, 417; constitutional
right to a seat, 229; on the President's power to remove
office-holders, 211-243.

amendments considered, 417; acts of Lezislature, #7;

veto, 417; Governor's views, 441; debate on the bes-
JULIAN, GEORGE W.-Representative from Indiana, 124;
offers a resolution relative to elective franchise, 252.

sage, 447; bill passed over the reto, 43; resolatos
sent to President Johnson, 448; oath for clectors,
448; city election, 419; dispatch of President Joha.
son, 419; oriler of General Canby against the Mayor

of New Orleans, 449; proceedings of the Layor, 4;
Kansas.-Meeting of the Legislature, 420; acts, 420; State message to the City Council, 449; seats contested #:

debt, 421; public schools, 421; immigration, 421; rail- changes in the government of New Orleans in fire years,
road system, 421; mineral wealth, 422; crops, 422; Re- 449; action of the Legislature on a State conreaties,
publican Convention, 422; Democratic Convention, 422; 450; origin of the constitution, 450; report of the dele
elections, 123.

gation to Washington, 450 ; election of parish oficers,
KASSON, JOIN II.-Representative from Iowa, 124; offers a 451; Radical meeting, 451; speech of Mr. Shannon, $1;
resolution relative to the rights of persons, 148.

speech of Dr. Dostie, 451; efforts for universal sufri
KEBLE, Joux.-Birth, 423; pursuits, 423; death, 423.

451; public meetings, 451; plan to reconvoke the Coare.
KELLEY, WILLIAM D.-Representative from Pennsylvania, tion, 452; charge of Judge Abell, to the grand jury, *.
124; seconds nomination for chaplain, 129.

report of the mayor to the President, 453; reply, 433; pro

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lamation of Governor Wells, 453 ; action of the other Stato ceedings, 480; points of faith, 430; situation near Jaffa
officers, 453; meeting of the Radicals, 453; resolutions, 450.
453; speech of Dr. Dostie, 451; proclamation of the mayor Metals.-Some points in the working of, 590; manufacture
of New Orleans, 454; meeting of the convention, 451; let. of cast steel at Essen, 450; Bessemer process, 481 ; con-
ter of General Baird, 455; riot in New Orleans, 455; let- version of cast iron into steel, 491; new theory of iron
ters of General Sheridan, 456 ; letter of President John- and steel, 481; strengthening of iron, 452; iron foil,
son, 456; reply of Sheridan, 456; answer of the Secre- 452; preservation of copper and iron in fresh and sea
tary of War, 437; report of the State officers and Mayor, water, 482; separating cobalt from nickel, 492; ore of
457; petition of Radicals to Congress, 453; investigation

manganese, 483; alloys of manganese, 433; reduction of
by Congress, 458; majority report, 453; minority report chromium and manganese, 453; estimation of silver
459; public schools, 459; crops, 439; floods, 459.

oxide as metallic silver, 133; improved process of sep-
Lubeck.-Government, 459; arca, 459; population, 439 ; arating lead from silver, 433; action of acids upon
commerce, 459.

metals, 483; action of platinum, etc., on chlorine water,
Lutherans.-Numbers, 439; synods, 460; convention, 460; 454; sodium amalgamation process, 484.

resolutions, 460; report on the state of the country, 461; Meteoric Iron.-Analysis of, from Colorado, 481.
other synods, 461; proceedings, 461; fundamental prin- Meteors and Meteoritos.-Unusually brilliant display, 481;
ciples of doctrines and church polity, 462; church in November period, 1865, 484; August period, 1866, 485;
Russia, 463.

spectra of August meteors, 455; November period, 1966,
485; observations, 456, 457; miscellaneous, 437; mete-

orites, 455.
MI.

Methodists.-Episcopal, 489; members, 488; progress of the

church, 439; foreign missions, 459; colleges, 489; Epis-
MACMASTER, E. D.- Birth, 463; pursuits, 463 ; death, 463. coral South, 490; losses, 490; chapter of discipline,
Magnesium.-IIow uscd, 461; in solutions, 461; alloys, 464; 490 ; report on correspondence, 490 ; do. Protestant
uses, 463,

American, 491; convention, 491; proceedings, 491;
MANONY, FRANCIS.-Birth, 463; pursuits, 465; death, 465. American Wesleyang, 491; the question of union, 491;
Naine.--Meeting of the Legislature, 465; views of the Gov- Primitive Methodists, 491; Free Methodists, 492; Evan-

ernor, 463; finances, 466; debt, 466; schools, 466; mili- gelical Association, 492; African Methodists, Episcopal,
tary organizations, 466; penitentiary, 466; lumber, 460; 492; African Methodists, Episcopal, Zion, 492; in Great
railroads, 466; burning of Portland, 467; Republ.can

Britain and her colonies, 492.
Convention, 467; proceedings, 467; Democratic Conven- Metric System, The.-Explanation, 493; basis, 493; unit of
tion, 407; elections, 465.

length, 493; do. of measure of surface, 493; do. of solid
Mapes, JAMES J.-Birth, 463; pursuits, 463; death, 463.

measure, 494; do. of liquid measure, 494; do. of weight,
Maryland.-Change of labor system, 463; Legislature, 46S; 494; act of Congress to authorize the system, 494; meas.

proceedings, 469 ; Sunday law, 409; Southern Fair at ures of length, 494; do. of surface, 494; do. of weigot,
Baltimore, 469 ; receipts and distribution, 469; the 494; other resolutions and acts of Congress, 493; illus-
Peabody donation, 400 ; finances of the State, 469; con- trations of the system, 496.
tributions to the war, 470; extra session of the Legisla- Mexico.-Condition of affairs at the opening of the year,
ture, 470; railroad and bank stock, 470; Democratic 496; military situation at the commencement of 1566,
Convention, 470; resolutions, 470; Unconditional Union 497; Imperialists in Northern Mexico, 497; military
Convention, 471; resolutions, 471; election, 471; diffi- operations there, 497; do. in Chihuahua, 493; war in the
culties with the polico commissioners, 471, 472; conflict south, 498; Matamoras, 493; Pacific coast, 498; decline
of Federal and State laws, 472; sale of a froodman, 472; of Imperialists in the north, 499; civil affairs at the com-
trial of a white, 472; public education, 473; Chesapeake mencement of the year, 499; decision for removal of

and Ohio Canal, and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 473. the French, 500; change of ministry, 500; perplexing
llassachusetts.--Organization of the Legislature, 473; views questions, 501; speech of Maximilian, 601; leaves for

of the Governor, 473; proceedings of the Legislature, Vera Cruz, 501; offers of the church party, 502; procla-
473; State debt, 473; expenditures, 473; revenue, 473; mation of Maximilian, 502; diplomatic correspondence,' -
educational returns, 4it; charitable institutions, 473; 502; special commission from the United States, 503;
industrial products, 475; savings banks, 475; cod-fish- letter of General Sheridan, 503; arrest of Ortega, 503 ;
ery, 475; militia, 475; constabulary, proceedings of, 476; dispatch of Sheridan to the War Department, 503; mili-
liquor law, 476; registration report, 476; mortality, 476; tary situation, 504; Sheridan at Brownsville, 594; Sodg-
population, 470; diminishing population, 477; Iloosac wick's occupation of Matamoras, 503; success of Repub.
tunnel, 477; Republican Convention, 478; proceedings, licans, 505; reorganization of Imperial army, 506; ad-
478; National Union Convention, 175; Democratic Con. vance of the country in prosperity, 506; mission of Mr.
vention, 475; election, 479.

Campbell, 506.
MAY, HEXRY.-Birth, 479; pursuits, 47?; death, 479.

Michigan.-Finances of the State, 507; taxes, 517; meeting
MOC'LART, JOSEPN W.-Representative from Missouri, 121; of the Republican Convention, 507; do. of the Demo-

offers a resolution, 192; offers resolution relative to the cratic, 508; election, 508; who are negrocs, etc., 50S;
expenses of the war, 23).

penitentiary, 508; Stato Reform School, 509; public
MCDOCGALL, JANES A.–Senator from California, 121; on schools, 509; colleges, 509 ; Insane Asylum, 509; wheat
exclusion of Southern members, 150.

crop, 509 ; wool do., 610; fruit do., 510; lumber trade,
CELLIGOTT, JAMES.-Birth, 479; pursuits, 479 ; death, 479. 610; plaster, 510; salt, 510; copper, 610; iron, 510; rail-
MCKER, SAMUEL-Representative from Kentucky, 124; on roads, 510; ship canal, 510; hanging by a mob, 510; fish
the bill to relieve officers, 217.

in the lakes, 511.
Mecklenburg.-Government, 47); area, 479; population, MIGUEL, DOM MARIA E. -Birth, 511 ; career, 511 ; death, 511.
479; arıy, 479; commerce, 479.

Military Commissions.-Case of James Egan, 511; case of
Jeg 18, Preparation of Fuel froin.-Its nature, 479; dry- Indiana conspirators, 512; decision of the justices, 513;
ing machine, 479.

opinion of tho Chiel Justice, 513; report of the Secre-
Jussinh, Chuire's of the. ---Founder of the sect, 450; his pro. tary of War, 613; do. of the Attorney-General, 513; los

ter of the President, 513; letter of the Chief Justice, 532; its results, 583; elections, 533; relations to foreiga
514; indictment of the grand jury against Jefferson powers, 534; public works, 534.
Davis, 514; application of his counsel, 514; further ap- Nerada.-Progress, 534; mining, 635; agriculture, 13;
polication, 516; report of a committee of the House of views of the Governor, 535; increase of territory, 555;
Congress, 516; letter of the President, 517; letter of the electious, 535; export of bullion, 535.

Attorney-General, 517; further correspondence, 513. Nero Hampshire.-Meeting of the Republican State Cone
MILLEL, George F.-Representative from Pennsylvania, vention, 535; resolutions, 535; meeting of the Demo.
124; nominates J. W. Jackson for chaplain, 129.

cratic Convention, 536; resolutions, 536; acts of the
Minnesota.--Finances, 618; valuation of property, 518; Legislature, 536; tax on U. S. bonds, 337; finances, 537;

schools and funds, 518; charitable institutions, 513; public education, 637; Insane Asylum, 537; House of
views of the Governor on the Constitutional Amend-

Reformation, 537; penitentiary, 387; agriculture, 537;
ment, 518; Republican Convention, 513; resolutions, manufactures, 537; elections, 537.
518; Democratic Convention, 519; resolutions, 519; New Jersey.-Finances, 539; colleges, 539; agricaltural do,
election, 519; views of the Legislature on Federal rela-

638; endowments, 533; increase of population, 65;
tions, 519; acts passed, 519; crops, 520.

Agricultural Society, 538 ; culturo of fruits, 53; insee'ss,
MINTURN, ROBERT B.—Birth, 520; pursuits, 520; death, 520. 588; geological survey, 5-39; penitentiary, 539; cbarits.
Mississippi.--Finances, 620; effect of cotton tas, 520; extra Wble institutions, 530 ; Sanitary Commission, 539; ckis

session of the Legislature called, 520; views of the Gov- against the United States, 539; disabled soldiers, 59;
crnor, 620; correspondence with the President, 521;

acts of the Legislature, 539; proclamation of the Gore
number of disabled soldiers, 521; State University, 521 ; ernor for an extra session, 039; objects, 59; acts, 333;
public distress, 521; population in 1866, 521, 522; action elections, 539.
of the Legislature, 522; case of Jefferson Davis, 522; New York.-Finances, 510; State debt, 510 ; ts.res, 54;
Constitutional Amendment rejected, 523; manufactures,

U. S. deposit fund, 510; canal fund, 510; canal dex
523; opinion of the Court of Appeals on the effect of se- 541; enlarged canals, 541 ; other improvements, 541;
cession, 523.

views of the Governor, 541 ; action of the Legislature,
Missouri.-Views of the Legislature on national affairs, 524; 541; commerce of the Erie Canal, 041; military orguli-

on frauds at the ballot-bos, 624; on the test oath, 524; zation, 512; military agencies, 512; schools, 542; LT-
disorders in the State, 524; communication of the Gov. mal do., 542; university convocation, 542 ; excise 137 in
ernor, 524; legality of the new constitution before the

New York City, 5-13; action of the courts, 543; Ferdint
courts, 524; other cases before the courts, 525; arrests in the case of Colonel North, tried in 1664,513 ; anti-rent
for violation of the Test Oath act, 525; releases, 525; troubles, 543; resolutions of the Legislature on national
views of the Governor on the test oath, 525; State elec- affairs, 514; impeachment of Judge Smith, 544: prest-
tion, 526; militia organization, 526; finances, 526; taxa- dential reception by the Senate, 544; prisoas. 644; 3-
ble wealth, 526; receipts, 526; debt, 526; railroad in- tistics of State census, 514; cholera, 645; Democratie

terests, 527; the Federal Constitutional Amendment,527. Convention, 515; Republican do., ; right of scos
MONTEAGLE, Thomas S.-Birth, 527; pursuits, 027; death, federate officer to vote, 546; elections, 546.
527.

NIBLACK, WILLIAM E.-Representative from Indians, 124;
MoreneAD, CHARLES.–Birth, 527; pursuits, 527 ; death, 527. offers a resolution to admit Southern members to the
MOREHEAD, JAMES K.-Representative from Pennsylvania, floor, 133.

124; nominates James Presslers for chaplain, 129. Nicaragua,-See Central America.
MOREIEAD, JOnn M.-Birth, 627; public life, 527; death, Nitroleum.-Its nature, 546; how produced, 546 ; acties op
527.

flame on it, 547; as a blasting agent, 547; experimebis,
Morison, ALEXANDER.–Birtb, 527; career, 527; death, 528. 5:17; action, 517; accidental explosions, 545; force for
MORRILL, JUSTIN S.-Representative from Vermont, 124; blasting, 513; restrictions in transportation, 145; pass

moves that the House proceed to the election of Speaker, to secure safety, 543; how used, 549; to render tempor
126.

rily non-explosive, 519.
Morrison, WILLIAM.-Birth, 528; pursuits, 528; death, 528. NORTHBROOK, FRANCIS T. B.-Birth, 552; career, 35; cath,
MORSE, Isaac E.-Birth, 525; pursuits, 528; death, 528.

053.
MCNBOE, NATILAN.-Birth, 528; pursuits, 528; death, 529. North Carolina.-Action of the people on the ordinance de
Muzzer, Reubex D.-Birth, 528; pursuits, 528; death, 523. secession, 549; extra session of the Legislature cal ed

.:
debt, 549; State assets, 550; valuation of property,

550; act relating to negroes, 650 ; State banks, ir
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port of legislatire committee on extinction of the

charters, 550; during the Revolution charters of corpo.
Na88(!U.–Area, 529 ; population, 529; conquered by Prussia,

rations, with all other laws, ceased to exist, 5.5); char-
629.

table institutions, 551 ; disabled soldiers, 651; State Co.
Nary, United States.- Vessels in commission, 529; seamen

vention reassembled, 551; history of affairs, 551; proced-
in the service, 629; the European squadron, 529; the

ings of the convention, 051; its powers discussal, 31;
Asiatic squadron, 529; North Atlantic squadron, 529; constitution revised, 551; rejected by the people, ;
Gulf squadron, 029; South Atlantic squadron, 529; candidates for Governor, 532; resolutions of parties, 5%;
North Pacific squadron, 530; South Pacific squadron, election results, 532; action of the Legislature on the
630; Naval Academy, 530; character of future wars rel- amendment to the Federal Constitution, 2; Conra.
ative to vessels, 530; changes of a few years, 530; casual- tion of colored persons, 252.
ties during the war, 530; trip of the Monitor Miantono-

North German Confederation.-See Germaky.
moh, 131 ; log of, 631; report of Secretary Fox, 631; Nort, ELIPIALET.-Birth, 553; career, 03; death, 3.

burning of the Ironsides, 531; yacht race, 631.
NEALE, Joun M.-Birth, 631; pursuits, 532; death, 532.

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Netherlands.-Government, 082; population, 532; area, 632;

population of cities, 532; army, 532; commerce, 682; Obituaries, American.-Skinner, Dr. P. II., 634; Stillness
Limburg and Luxemburg, 533; administration of Java, Thos. B., 554; McKenly, Jacob K., 34; Hickey, Go

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eral Wm., 534; Strong, Cyrus, 554; Purdy, Elijah F.,

554; Solger, Dr. Pc., 554; Swann, Dr. R. P., 554; Judah,

Colonel II. M., 554; Robbins, Geo. S., 551; Stevens, Dr.

H. F., 555; Choate, Rufus, 555; Davis, John G., 555;

Morgan, Chris. A., 555; Ottolengin, Mrs. H. R., 555;

Coolidge, Colonel R. H., 555; llawley, Charles, 555;

Thompson, Oswald, 555; Boorman, James, 535; Ileyer,

W. S., 556; Crele, Joseph, 556; Chandler, Thos., 556;

Grier, Wm. P., 556; Elmendorf, Anthony, 656; Hub-

bard, W. B., 556; Roman, Andró R., 550.

Greene, Mrs. E. C., 557; Burchard, Ely, 557; Sampson,

W. M, 557; Edwards, Jesse, 557; Hinkley, H., 557;

Cary, Robert, 557; Morse, J. E., 557 ; Murray, J. B.,

057; Hatch, Geo. W., 557; Adams, W. J., 557; Buell,

R. F., 557; Edwards, O., 558; Stinson, Colonel II. M.,

16s; Haight, F. M., 535; Parmenter, W., 55S; Brown-

ing, Colonel W. A., 558; Ord, Geo., 500; Bean, B. M.,
03.

Lynn, Robert, 558; Jayne, Dr. D., 558; Bowers, Colo-

nel T., 558; Gordon, J., 539; Dallas, P. M., 559; Frost,

Dr. II. B., 559; Haven, Luther, 539; Trotter, J. F.,

509; Doubleday, U. F., 559; Ohle, Wm., 059 ; Moore, J.,

039; Schmidt, F., 560; Carrió, R. V., 560; Wright, W.,

060; Willard, F. A., 560; Petriken, B. R., 560; Robinson,

Henry, 560; Russel, Israel, 560; Vreeland, B., 560;

Elliott, Stephen, 561; Parker, S., 561; Brick, E., 561;

Jackson, J. J., 561; Chamberg, Geo., 561; Loomis, L.,

561; Swan, B. L., 561; Thibodeaux, B. G., 561; Galtier,

561; Taylor, J., 561.

Harding, C., 561; Watson, General H. P., 561; Ilarris,
Major 4., 062; Ford, J. E., 562; Delaney, M. G., 562;
Thornton, General W. A., 562; Downing, Thos., 562;
Jones, M. P., 562; Van Buren, General J. L., 562 ; Stone,
C., 563; Tuttle, S. L., 503; Nye, Ezra, 563; Thompson,
L. P., 563; Warriner, Francis, 563; Ewing, W. B., 563;
Adams, J. R., 563; Gilbert, Mrs. John, 564; Austin, C.
L., 564; Kelly, J., 564; Clapp, W. W., 564; Tenner, E.
D., 564.

Hutchings, W., 561; Kirkpatrick, J., 064; Daily, W.,

564; Brown, T. W., 561; Bardwell, II., 504; Kennedy,

S., 561; Morey, Geo., 564; Wasson, J. D., 561; Bastine,

M. A., 565; Clapp, Theo, 563; Bacon, D. S., 565; Pig-

gat, J., 565; Cook, L., 565; Griffin, J. 0. A., 663; Cox,
H. G., 505; Slack, E., 566; Waite, Carlos, 566.

Fletcher, C., 566; Studdiford, P. O., 566; Yeatis, Miss
C., 566; Peck, E., 567; Patten, W. S., 567; Odell, M. F.,
067; Coding, Ichabod, 567; Merrick, J. L., 567; Rea,
Mrs., 563; Eisenuth, B., 563; Barrett, S., 563; Kennard,
J. II., 568; Cooke, J. H., 563.

Avery, E., 503; Parham, W. A., 563; Bruce, George,

569; Maloney, G., 569; Toulmin, T. L., 569; Childs,

S. D., 569; Grier, J. M., 509; Roy, D. W., 569; Hoyt,

X., 570; Bloodgood, S. De, 570; Dorclan, J. P., 570;

Dutton, T. R., 570; Woodhull, C. S., 570; Velger, H.,

570; Calhoun, J. T., 570 ; Grover, J., 570; Richmond,

J. C., 570; Jones, N., 571; Thorn, J. S., 571 ; White,

Thos., 571 ; Morgan, Gen. George, 571; Taylor, F. W.,

571; llayward, J., 572; Smith, Gen. M. L., 572.

Pangborn, H. H., 572; Simpson, J. W., 572; Beale,

J. M. II., 572; Newman, W. P., 572; Rutherford, J., 572;

Pierson, T. B., 572; Russell, Geo, R., 572; Dostie, A. P.,

572; Horton, J. W., 572; Butterfield, M., 573 ; Stephens,

J., 073; Brannun, W. P., 573; Viti, Vito, 53; Tracy, W.R.,

513; Willard, C. T., 573; Grosvenor, D, A., 573 ; Plymp-

ton, P. W. L., 575; Wright, W., 573; Holtzman, W. F.,

573; Rutherford, J. C., 573 ; Carder, J. D., 573; Draper,

Miss C., 574; Tompkins, J., 574; Kimball, W., 674;

Weydemeyer, Col. J., 574; Nagle, Gen. 574; White,

F. C., 074; McElhone, J. F., 575; Fitzgerald, F., 575;

Howell, I. P., 575; Craider, F., 575; Robinson, J. J.,

575; Wade, E., 575; Burnham, Col. J. C., 575; Marlay,

M., 575; Wallace, R., 575; Baldwin, M. W., 575; Ran-

dall, J., 575; Sage, O., 576; Orme, Gen. W. W., 576;

Walker, A., 576; Caldwell, Geo. A., 576; Wright, E. W.,

576; Peaselee, Gen. O. II., 576; Hanson, Mrs. J. T., 576;

Scripps, J. L., 576; Wilder, D., 577; Dimsdale, T. J.,

577; Moore, J., 577; Steele, J. B., 577; Josephs, S., 577;

Schuyler, Thos., 577; Snow, George M., 577; Gibson,

Dr. L., 577; Alexander, C., 578; Spaulding, Miss A., 578.

Burnett, H. C., 578; Happersett, R., 578; Culver, J. D.,
578; Kingsbury, Col. Chas., 578; Dickens, A. N., oro;

Osband, Gen. D, E., 578; Rarey, J. S., 578; Baldwin,

S. D., 579; Brainard, Dr. D., 579; Ihrie, Col. C. J., 679;

Clark, J., 579; Cook, Chas., 579; Fowler, -,579; Barrow,

W., 579; Travis, P.., 579 ; Barry, Col. S., 579; Beecher,

J. S., 579; Ansorge, Chas., 579; Colby, Chas. G., 580;

Cobb, Sylvanus, 550; Lacey, W. B., 550 ; Tripp, C. N.,
550.

Vickers, Thos., 580 ; Coyle, W. H., 551; Gentry, M. P.,

581; Burr, Wm., 591; Gillette, T. P., 081; Whittlesey,

W. A., 581; Ewen, Mrs. M. T., 581; Beale, Major R.,

531 ; Willson, H. V., 581; Freeman, W. G., 651 ; Lewis,

W. B., 581; Carpenter, D., 582; White, C. C., 582; Porter,

John F., 582; Roussilon, E., 652; Wheelock, M. G., 582;

Walker, W. M., 582; Brewster, J., 532; Forrest, M., 583;

Brevoort, A., 533; Thomas, J., 683; Auld, J. B., 533; Fry,

Jacob, 583 ; Servoss, T. L., 533; Bronson, Asa, 553 ; Hale,

Mrs. S. P., 583.

Perkins, --, 533; Hawes, Miss C. P., 583; Ninot, Chas.,
583; Paschall, N., 531; Chauncey, P. S., 584; Holliday,
W. A., 554; Hoyt, James, 384; Vethakc, H., 584; Brown,
F. H., 581; Fetherman, W. J., 584; Grammond, George
W., 531; Forrest, French, 555; Wilson, II., 555; Peck,
L. B., 555; Sawyer, P. M., OsI; Pomeroy, Benjamin,
035; Scranton, E. C., 587; Perkins, J. M., 556; Albro,

556; Semple, Gen. J., 586.
Obituaries, European.-Desmichels, M., 586; Newton, Mrs.

A. M., 556; Parchappe. C. J. B., 586; Ponchard, J. F A.,
587; Montagne, J. F. C., 687; Zamoyski, Count, 557;

Brooke, G. V., 087; Palmer, G. H., 587 ; Wellesley, H.,

657; Woolley, J., 557; Ankeswald, R., 507; Clarke, Miss

H. L., 558; Maitland, S. R., 588; Oddone, Prince, 585;

Peacock, T. L., 593; Bréhat, A. G., 088; Dargand, J. M.,
588.

Foucher, V., 583; Cooper, Com. P., 595; Addison,
C. G., öss; Spottswoode, A., 558; Thompson, J., 088;
Wood, J. P., 658; Donoughmore, R. H. H., 539; Havi-
land, Thos. F., 059; Sykes, Godfrey, 589; Lee, J., 559 ;
Halacz, 5:9; Ruckert, F., 559.

Massey, Mrs. R. J., 590; Jusuf, Gen., 590; Cooper,

C. 1., 090 ; Wares, M., 590; Edwardes, R., 690 ; Tosti,

A., 590; Ferdinand, H. F., 590; Thornton, T., 090;

Langlais, M., 590.

Hillier, George, 591; Griffin, H., 591; IIodgkins, T.,

591; Babington, B. G., 591; Moltke, A. W., 591; Ryland,

J. E., 591 ; Seymour, E. J., 591; Reynolds, J., 591; Bake-

well, Mrs. J., 592; Huffield, Dr. II., 092; Rivers, Geo. P.,

592; Dixon, J., 592; Malitourne, M., 592.

Worsley, P. S., 092; Courthope, W., 592; IIarvey, W.

II., 592; Craigie, Dr. D., 693; Robinson, H. H., 593;

Mills, J., 593; Conáé, Prince, 093; Etheridge, Dr., 593;

Brofferis, M. A., 093 ; Kamamala, V., 098; Bowles, J.,

593; Vernon, Geo. J. W., 593; Belcher, J., 093 ; Dell, J.,

593; Desportes, M., 593; Flocon, F., 594; Guernon, R.,

594; Nuñez, Admiral, 594.

Kinnear, Mrs. B., 594; Berwick, W., 594; Méry, J.,

594; Jackson, II., 594; Garrett, R., 694; Willson, R. W

795; Leeds, W. 595; Trulet, M., 695.

Toynbec, Dr. J., 305; Denver, C., 595; Carpenter

W. II., 090; Howard, F., 595; Spencer, George T., 595

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