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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXIV.

ABDUL-MEDJID, REIGN OF William Goodell 77

AFTER THE WAR W. Newman 717

AMERICA, CONTEST IN John Stuart Mill 677

AMERICAN HISTORICAL TREES Benson J. Lossing 721

ARTILLERIST, THE F. L. Sarmiento 545

ASTRONOMY John M'Lenan 574

BAKER, EDWARD John J. Hay 103

BALL, THE, IS UP ....J. W. Watson 364

BANK NOTE COMPANY, AMERICAN A. H. Guernsey 306

BLINDMAN'S-BUFF N. G. Shepherd 676

BLUE YARN STOCKINGS T. S. Arthur 110

BOLDERO MURDER, THE F. B. Perkins 818

BONNET, ROMANCE OF E. F. Mullen 285

BRTER-WOOD PIPE Richard Grant White 195 ■

BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN James Wynne 509

BUILDING OF THE SHIP John W. Watson 608

CALICO AND CHATTERBOX Julia II. Layton 620

CAMP LIFE AT THE RELAY G. Haven 628

CARICATURE AND CARICATURISTS Richard Grant White 586

CASTLE PINCKNEY:—1861 Alice B. Haven 200

CAVALRIST, THE F. L Sarmiento 301

CHIROPODIST, THE Bayard Taylor 460

CLOTILDE AND THE CONTRABAND Nora Perry 764-

COAST RANGERS OF CALIFORNIA J. Ross Browne 1, 289

CONTEST IN AMERICA « 677

CONTRIBUTOR, MY SPECIAL Louise Chandler Mouhon 662

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT A. H. Guernsey 131, 274

COURTSHD? BY CHARACTER J. D. Whelpky 245

CURED Louise Palmer 467

DANGEROUS JOURNEY J. Ross Browne 741

DISUNIONISTS, EARLY 807

DRAWN GAME Fitz-Hugh Ludlow 496

EARLY DISUNIONISTS Benson J. Lossing 807

EARLY SECESSIONISTS - Benson J. Lossing 515

EDITORS DRAWER

Drawee For December 131 Drawer For March 563

Drawer For Januabt 274 Drawee For April 711

Drawer Fob February 418 Drawer For Mat 855

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

Chair for December 121 Chair Fob March 553

Chair For January 26$ Chair For April 701

Chair For February 407 Chair For Mat 844

EDITOR'S FOREIGN BUREAU.

Bureau For December 126 Bureau For March 658

Bureau For January 269 Bureau For April 706

Bureau For February 413 Bureau Fob Mat 850

EDITOR'S TABLE.

The Philosophy Of Saving , 116 Tactics for Peace And Wab 402

Discipline 250 National Habit 839

FASHIONS, THE

Fashions For December 143

Fashions For January 287

Fashions For February ,. 431

Fashions For March 575

FAsnioNS For April 719

Fashions Fob May 8G3

Circular, 114. Lord Lyons on the Habeas Corpus, 114.

Mr. Seward's Reply, 111 Mason and Slidell, 114, TY

PO, 399, C99. Blockade of the Potomac, 114. Beaure-

gard's Account of Bull Run, 114. Trial of Privateers for

Piracy, 115. Mr. Breckinridge's Address, 115. Meet-

ing of Congress, 253. The President's Message, 'i53.

Report of the Secretary of War, 254. Of the Secretary

of the Navy, 265. Of the Secretary of the Interior, 255.

Of tho Poatmastcr-Gencral, 255. Of the Secretary of

the Treasury, 250. Expulsion of Breckinridge and Bur-

nett, 250. Mr. Salisbury's Peace Proposition, 256. Mr.

Trumbull's (lonfiscation Bill, 257. Mr. Stevens's Slav-

ery Resolution, 257. Commercial Regulations, 257.

The Capture of Port Royal, 257. The Stone Fleet, 257,

400. General Halleck appointed to Command the De-

partment of the West, 257. His Department enlarged,

836. Secession Provisional Government for Kentucky,

257. Election in Maryland, 253. Battle of Belmont,

258. The Affair of the Trent, 258, 80S, 309, 550. Mr.

Seward's Dispatches on the Trent Affair, 398. M.

Thouvenel's Note, 399. Tax Bill, 400, 698. Issue of

Treasury Demand Notes, 400, 698. Battle at Alleghany

Camp, 400. At Munfordsvillc, 400. At Shawnee

Mound, 400. At Milford, 400. At Dranesville, 400.

At Port Royal Ferry, 400. MD Hnntcrsvillo, 400. Con-

flagration at Charleston, 400. Exchange of Prisoners,

401, 700. Suspension of Specie Payments, a The

Financial Scheme of the Government, 649. The Treas-

ury Note Bill, 549. Expulsion of Senators Johnson,

Polk, and Bright, 650. Resignation of Secretary Cam-

eron, 650. death of John Tyler, 650. The Burnside

Expedition, 550, 69a Battle of Mill Spring, and Death

of Zollicofler, 650. Capture of Fort Henry, n Situ-

ation In Kentucky and Tennessee, 696, Capture of Fort

Donelson, 690. Evacuation of Bowling Green, 696. Oc-

cupation of Clarkesville, 69T. Capture of Nashville, 69T.

Andrew Johnson appointed Military Governor of Ten-

nessee, 607. Abandonment of Columbus, 607. Defeat

of Price at Springfield, 698. Price's Retreat to Arkan-

sas, 698. Capture of Roanoke Island, 69& Battle of

835. New Military Departments, 8">6. Advance in

Virginia, 836. Occupation <f Manassas, 836. M'Clcl-

lan's Address, 836. Siege of Yorktown, 836. Corinth,

830. Battle of Pittsburg, 836. Capture of New Madrid,

836. Surrender of Island No. 10, 836. The Naval Bat-

tle in Hampton Roads, is" The Virginia and the Mon-

itor, S37. B0tle of Pea Ridge, S37. Battle of Win.

Chester, 83S. Battles: Ball's Bluff. 113; Bolivar

Heights, 113; Camp Wild Cat, 113; Fredericktonn,

113; Romney,113; Santa Rosa Island, 113; Springfield,

114; Port Royal, 257; Belmont, 258; Alleghanv Camp,

I Munfordsville, 400; Shawnee Mound, 4"0; Mil-

ford, 400; Drancsville, 400: Port Royal Ferry, 400;

Huntcrsvllle, 400; Mill Spring, 550; Fort Henry, 650;

Fort Donelson, 090; Springfield, 608; In Arkansas, 608;

Roanoke Island, 60S: Blooming Gap, 608; Pittsburg,

83C; New Madrid, 830; Island No. 10, 83C; the Vir-

ginia and the Monitor, 837; Pea Ridge, 837.

Southern Amrrioa The Allied Expedition to Mex-

ico, 258. Surrender of Vera Cruz, 401. Defeat of Ur-

qulza In Buenos Ayres, 401. Emeute in Bolivia, 401.

Conference between the Allies and Mexico, 700.

EuEor-K.—Great Britain and the Blockade, 115, 550,

700. Earl Russell to Mr. Hayinan, 116. The Prussian

Coronation, 126. The French Camp at Chalons, 12T.

Interview between the Emperor of France and the King

of Prussia, 127. French Financial Embnrrassmenta,

258. The Allied Expedition to Mexico, 25a Meeting

of the Italian Parliament, 25a Russia, 270. The

World's Fair, 271, I Export of Military Stores from

Great Britain prohibited, 401. Growth of Pauperism,

401, 551. Death of Prince Albert, 401. The Austrian

Budget, 401. Switzerland, 274, 463. Ratazzi and

Rlcasoll, 414, 854. The Florentine Exhibition, 414.

Turkey, 415. Lord Russell on Mr. Seward's Dispatch,

551. Earl Russell's Circular on Belligerent Vessels, 700.

The Queen's Speech, 700. The French Emperor's

Speech, 700. A King for Mexico, TOO, 709. The Em-

peror and Count Montauban, 851.

MORSE, SAMUEL F. B James Wynne 224

MOTT, VALENTINE James Wynne 801

MOUNT VICTORY Alice B. Haven 53

MR AND MRS. MEYER Nora Perry 83

61. Franconian Peasant Woman 147

62. Castle of Gossweinstein 148

63. View in Tuchersfeld 149

M. Rock near Rabcnstein 150

65. Where Jean Paul wrote 152

66. Frau Rollwenzel 152

67. Impedimenta 158

68. The Tempest 154

69. Klingcr's Grotto 156

70. Thus far and no farther 157

71. The Haberstein 158

72. The Shannon and Chesapeake 159

73. Esck Hopkins 160

74. Joshua Barney 161

75. Richard Dale 162

76. Commodore Truxtun's Medal 163

77. Edward Preble 165

78. Naval Monument, Annapolis 166

79. Effect of a Torpedo 166

80. Gun-Boats 167

81. Lynn Haven Bay 168

82. John Rodgors 168

83. Isaac Hull 169

84. Jacob Jones 170

85. A Wasp on a Frolic 170

M. William Bainbridge 171

87. James Lawrence 172

88. Fight of Chesapeake and Shannon.... 178

89. Sir Philip Broke 173

90. Lawrence's First Monument 173

91. Graves of Burrows and Blythe 174

92. Put-in Bay 175

93. Isaac Chauncey 176

94. Oliver H. Perry .*. 176

95. Sir James Yeo 177

96. Cumberland Head 178

97. Thomas Macdonough 178

98. Commodore Downie's Grave 179

99. Johnston Blakeley 179

100. Stephen Decatur 180

101. The Constitution 181

102. Algiers in 1800 181

103. Decatur's Monument 182

104. Felix writes 204

105. Mary's Letter 206

106. Coming to Grief 233

107. When Greek meets Greek 240

108. Comfort in Grief..-. 242

109. The Governor's Truck 281

110. The Battle of Waterloo 281

111. The Colonel and the Pugilist. 282

112. A fallen Angel 283

113. Turning to Spirits 283

114. Tilting Furniture 283

115. Shunning Storms 283

116. Smith is Sound 284

117. Miss Smith's Bonnet 285

118. She falls in love with it 285

119. Teases for it 285

120. Gains the Bonnet 286

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