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fnnd, 404; edncattnn, 404; Dartmouth Col-
lege, 401; Agricultural College, 404; Super-
intendent of Public Instruction,401; school
committees,404: teachers'conventions, 404;
pnblic schools, 404; charitable Institutions,
405; Asylum fbr the Insane, 406; Rcfunn
School, 405; state prison, 405; wealth ami
indnHtry, 405; agriculture, 406; manufac-
tures, 406; lumber, 40U; farms, 408; pro-
ducts, 40S; banks, 408; To tea at presidential
elections, 670.

New Jbrskv, Governors of, 67: U.S.Senators
of. 72, 263; Kepresentatives in Congress, 75,
264; collectors of customs In, 93; assessors
and collectors of internal revenue, 10!; mail
service in, 155; pensioners In, 177, 178; tem-
perature and ram-fall of, 186; average yield
and prices of crops, 187; prices of larin
stock, 188; colleges in. 200.

Capital, 408; area, 406; population. 406,
410; settlement, 406; United States consti-
tution rati ft ed. 408; government, 408; legis-
lature, 407; qualification of voters, 407; mi-
litia, 407; Judiciary, 407; Supreme court,
407: court of Errors and Appeals, 407; Unit-
ed States courts, 407; terms of courts, 407;
finances, 408; state debt, 408; education,
40*: Princeton College, 408; Board of Edu-
cation, 408; Superintendent of Public In-
struction,408; county superintendents,408;
board of examiners, 408; Normal School,
400; public schools, 409; charitable Institu-
tions, 409; Lunatic Asylum, 409; Home for
disabled soldiers, 409; Soldiers' Children's
Home.409,410; state prison,409,410; wealth
and industry, 410; garden products, 410;
zinc and marl, 410; manufactures, 410; pro-
ducts, 410; banks,410; railroads,410; votes
at presidential elections, 072.

New Jerusalem Church, 621.

New Mexico, Governors of,69; delcaatcs from,
76; assessor and collector of internal rev-
enue, 101; mail service in, 165; gold and
silver product or, 220, 221.

Capital, 600; area, 500; population, 500;
settlement, 600; ceded to the United States,
600; constituted a territory. 500: govern-
ment, 500; legislature, 600; judiciary, 500;
Supreme and District courts, 501; education,
501; schools, 501; Spanish dialect, 601;
wealth and industry, 501; productions, 501;
mining operations, 501; salt, 602.

New South Wales, area, 601; population, 601;
immigrants, 601; parliament, 601; schools,
601; revenue, expenditure and debt, 601;
trade, Imports and exports, 601; coal, 601.

New York, Governors of, 07: U.S. Senators,
72, 263; Representatives in Congress, 75,
864; collectors of customs, 98; assessors
and collectors of Internal revenue, 101,102;
mail service In, 155; pensioners in, 177,178;
temperature and rain fall of, 186; average
yield and prices of crops, 187; prices of farm
Block, 188; colleges In, 200.

Capital, 411; area, 411; population, 411,
419; settlement, 411; United States consti-
tution ratifled,411; state constitution adopt-
ed, 411; government, 411; Governor's staff,
411; legislature, 411: Judiciary, 412; court
for Trial of Impeachments, 412; court of
Appeals, 412, 413; Supreme court, 412, 413;
County courts, 412; Criminal courts, 412;
United States courts, 418; terms of courts,
413; finances, 413; general and other funds,
414; state debt, 411; canal fund, 414; canal
debt paying interest, 414; education, 414;

Regents of the University of the State of
New York, 414; University Convocation,
415; Columbia College, 415; other colleges
and universities, 415; Superintendent of
Public Instruction,415; school commission-
ers. 415; Normal Schools, 415; teachers in-
stitutes, 416; public schools, 416; private
schools, 416; charitable Institutions, 416;
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 41(1,417;
Institution for the Blind, 417; Asylum for
Idiots, 417; Lunatic Asylums, 417; Inebri-
ate Asylum 417, 418; Western House of
Refuge, 418. state prisons, 418, 419; wealth
and industry, 419; arrivals of foreigners, 419;
agriculture, 420; receipts for customs, 420;
canals and railroads, 420; minerals 420; pre
ducts, 420; banks, 242, 244, 420; Insurance
companies, 420; imports,420; votes at presi-
dential elections, 678.

Niw York City, 51(1; area of Manhattan Isl-
and, 516; population,616,621; government,
616; board of aldermen, 516; board of as-
sistant aldcrmun, 516; board of supervisors,
516; commissioners of charities and correc-
tions, 516; executive departments, 617; ex-
ecutive county officers, 517; commissioner*
of Central Park, 517: Metropolitan police
department,517, Courts,517; Police courts,
547; Criminal courts of record, 518; Civil
courts, 518; fire department, 518; board of
health, 518; Croton aqueduct, 618; educa-
tion, 518; school officers, 518: periodicals
and libraries, 518: churches, 518; charitable
institutions, 519, 621: post office, 619; rev-
enue officers, 519; military, 519; banks, 519;
insurance companies, 519; number of man-
ufacturing ana mining companies, 519; city
railroads and ferries, 519; imports and ex-
ports, 520; arrivals of steamers, ships, &c,
520; valuation of taxable property, 520; ap-
propriations, 520; amount or tax, 521: im-
migration, 521; representation in the State
Legislature and in Congress, 521.

New Zealand, area, 601; population, 601; par-
liament, 601: revenue, expenditures and
debt, 601; industry. 601.

Nicaragua, capital,527; arca.527; population,
527; government, 527; divisions, 527; reve-
nue, expenditures and debt, 627; Imports
and exports, 527.

Nicholas I, Prince of Montenegro, 691.

Nomination of President and Vice President,
267, 272.

Normal schools, 210.

Normal and Training schools. 210.

North Carolina, line of sun s eclipse passes
through, 18; Governors of, 67; U.S.Sena-
tors, 72, 263; Representatives to Congress,
75, 264; collectors of customs in, 98; asses-
sors and collectors of internal revenue in,
102; mall service in, 156; temperature and
rain-toll of, 186; average yield and prices of
crops, 187; prices of farm stock, 188; col-
leges in, 200; gold product, 221.

Capital. 421; area, 421: population, 421,
425; settlement, 421; United States consti-
tution ratified, 421; secession of, 421; re-ad-
mittod to the union, 421; government, 421;
legislature, 421; qualification of voters, 422;
Judiciary, 422; Supreme conrt, 422,423; Su-
perior court, 423, 423; United States courts,
423: terms of courts, 423; finances, 423;
state debt. 423; education, 424; Stato Uni-
versity, 424; Board of Education, 424; pub-
lic school svstem, 424; literary fund, 424;
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 424;

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Obituaries

Leser. Rev. Isaac, 787; Lent ze. Emmanuel.
787; Limayrac, Paulin, 787; Lincoln,-Levi,
787; Longley, Chae. Thomas, 7H7: Lonis L,
Chas. Augustus, 788; Lover. Samuel. 788.

McCall George Archibald. 788: McGee.
Thomas D'Arcy, 789; McRae. John J., 789;
Magae. John, 789; Mann, Abijah. Jr.. 7>«;
Mann. James 789; Marochetti, Chas. Baton,
790; Marsh, John, D. D.,790; Mattison. Hi-
ram, D. D., 790; Mayne. Sir Richard. K. C.
B., 790; Menkin. Adah Isaacs. 790: Michael
III., Prince of Servia, 791; Miller. James
F., 791; MUman, Henry Hart. 791; Mitchell,
S. Augustus, 791: Monagas, Gen. Jo*e
Tadeo, 792; Mongkout, Chao Pha, Kins: of
Slam, 792; Morehead, Chas. S.. 792; Muzat
fer-ed-diu, Emir of Bokhara. 792.

Navaez, Don Ramon Marie, Duke of Va-
lencia, 792; Nlcolson, Samuel, 793; Noyes,
Joseph C, 793.

Pendleton, John 8., 798; Pickering, Oc-
tavius 793; Poe, Adam, D. D., 793.

Raphall, Rev. Morris Jacob. 793: RiTes,
Wm. C, 794; Robertson, Anthonv L., 794;
Rossini, Gloachino, 791; Rothschild, James.
Baron. 795.

Salli-bury, James, Marquis of, 795; Sey-
mour, Thomas H., 795: Slemmer. Adam
795; Smith. Benjamin Franklin, 795: Smith,
Seba, 796; Sommers, Chas. G., D. D., 798;
Steele, Frederic. 796: Stevens, Edwin A.,
796; Stevens. Thaddeus, 798; Stockton.
Thos. Hewlings,798; Stohlman.Chas. R. E-
D. D., 798; Stbugtaton. Edward H.. 798.

Theodonis, King of Abyssinia, 793;
Thompson, Waddy, 799; Tod, David, 799:
Tracy, Andrew, 799.

Vassar, Matthew, 799; Vaughan, Robert.
D. D., 800.

Walewski, (Comte de) Florian. 800: Wells,
Samuel, 800; Whlttlescv, Thos. T„ 800;
Wick, Wm. W., 800; Wflmot, David, 800;
Woodruff, John, 800; Wortendvkc, Jacob
R., 800.

Occultations of Rcgulos and Aldcharan, 19.

GScuMENirAi. councils, 614.

OrricEBs of the Government of the United
States, 60; presidents, 60; vice-presidents,
60; secretaries of state, 60; secretaries of
the treasury. 61; secretaries of war, 61: sec-
retaries of the navy, 61; secretaries of the
Interior, 61; postmasters-general. 62: at-
torneys-general, 62: chief justices of the
Bupreme court, 62; associate Justices of the
supreme court, 62; presidents pro-tempore
of the Senate, 63; speakers of the House of
Representatives, 63.

Ohio, Governors of, 67; U.S. Senators,72.263;
Representatives, 75. 264; collectors of cus-
toms, 98; assessors and collectors of inter-
nal revenue, 102; mail service in, 156: pen-
sioners in, 177,178; temperature and rainfall,
186; average yield and prices of crops. 187;
prices of firm stock, 188; colleges. 200.

Capital, 426; area, 426: population. 426;
ceded to the United States, 426; settlement
of, 426, 432; admitted to the Union. 426;
government, 426; legislature, 427; qaaltfica-
tion of voters, 427; state militia, 427 ; judi-
ciary, 427; Supreme court, 427, 428; United
States courts, 427; finances, 428; state debt,
428: education, 428; school commissioners,
428; board of examiners, 429; school dis-
tricts, 429; public schools, 429; private
schools 429; colleses, 430; charitable insti-
tutions, 480; Lunatic Asylums, 430, 481;

OlTIO—

Institution Tor the Deaf and numb, 430,
431; Institution for the Blind, 430, 431;
Asylum for Idiots, 48U; Reform School. 430,
481; ponitentiary, 431, 434; wealth and In-
dustry, 432; vineyards, 43a; coal and iron,
43*; salt. 432: railroads, 438.433: commerce.
432; products,433; banks, 433; votesat presi-
dential elections, 603.

Oldenburg, capital, 659; area, 659: popula-
tion, 559; reigning sovereign and family,
559; government, 560; revenue, expendi-
tures, debt, 5*i0; army, 560; commerce, 560.

Ord, E. O. C., MaJ. Oen., appointed command-
er of 4th Military District, 834; orders an
election, 281.

Obdhanc R Department, 114; bureau of the
navy, 128.

Oregon. Governors of, 6R; TJ. 8. Senators of,
72. 263; Representatives in Congress, 75,
204; collector of customs and surveyor, 98;
assessor and collector of internal revenue,
101; mail service in, 156; land grants to, 174
435: pensioners In, 177; temperature and
rainfall. 168; colleges in, 202; gold product,
220. 221.

Capital, 438; area, 483; population. 433,
436; settlement,boundary,433; admlttedto
the Union, 438; government, 433; legisla-
ture, 433; qualification of voters. 433; judi-
ciary, 434; Supreme court, 434; United States
conns. 434; nuances, 434; state debt, 434;
education, 435; Willamette University, 435;
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 435;
charitable institutions, 435; Insane Asylum,
435; penitentiary, 435; wealth and Industry,
436; natnral divisions, 436; forests, 436;
fisheries, 436; Colnmbia river, 430; voted at
Presidential elections, 732.

Organization of the army, 122.

Oriental Churches, 615.

Pagans, in America, 524; in Europe, 539; in
Asia, 592; in the world, 009.

Papal States, 580: capital. 580; area, 580;
population, 580; history, 580; reluming sov-
ereign, 580 jgovcniment, 581); Councils, 580;
ministry, 580; revenue, expenditures, and
debt, 580; army, 681; commerce, 581; rail-
ways, 581.

Paraguay, 531; capital. 531; area, 531; popula-
tion, 531: history, 531; disputed territory,
531; government, 531; sources of income, 531;
debt, 532; army and navy, 532; exports and
imports. 582.

Parliament of Great Britain, 570; duration
of, 571.

Parliamentary elections in Great Britain,

571: grants to popular education, 572.
Passports, clerk of. 81.

Patent office, 169,181; commissioner of, 169;
established, 181; receipts and expenditures,
181; business of, 182; library of, 182.

Patents, applications for, 181,182; Issued, 181,
182.

Pat of cadets. 111; of the army, 121; of the
navy,141.

Pay Department of the army, 113.

Pedro II., Emperor of Brazil. 526.

Penitentiaries, (*ec each State).

Pennsylvania, Governors of, 68; U. S. Sena-
tors. 72, 263; Representatives in Congress,
75, 264: collectors of customs, 98: assessors
and collectors of internal revenue. 1(»2; mail
service in, 150; pensioners in, 177, 178; tcm-

Pennsylvakia—

perature and rainfall, 180; average yield and
prices of crops, 187; prices of farm stock,
188; colleges in, 202.

Capital, 437; area, 437; population, 437,
444; settlement of, 437; United States con-
stitution ratified. 137; government, 437; leg-
islature, 437: qualification of voters, 437;

Iudidary, 437: Supreme court, 4:17, 438;
)istrict courts, 438; courts of Common
Pleas, 438; United States courts, 438;
terms of courts, 438; finances, 489; state
debt, 489; education, 489; history of school
system, 489: colleges, 439, 441; Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction, 439; school
districts, 439; Normal schools, 440. 441;
public schools, 440; colleges, academies
and seminaries, 441; charitable institutions,
441; Insaue Asylum. 441, 442, 443; Institu-
tion for the Deaf and Dumb, 441, 442; Iusti-
tntiou for the Blind. 441. 442; Training-
School for Feeble-minded Children, 441,442;
Philadelphia House of Refuge, 441; House
of Refuge for West Pennsylvania, 441, 442;
Pennsylvania Hospital, 442; West Pennsyl-
vania Hospital, 448; penitentiaries, 443;
wealth ana industry. 444; foreigners In the
State, 444; agriculture, 444; coal and pctro-
leum.444; rallroads.444: products,414; banks,
444; votes at Presidential elections, 764.
Pension office, 175.

Pensions, 169; commissioner of, 170; army
pensions, 175; navy pensions, 176,178.

Pensioners, 176,178, 179.

Perez, Josb Joaquin, president of Chill, B27.

Persia, capital, 597; area, 597; population,
697; chief cities, 597; sovereign, 697; rev-
enue, 597; army, 597; Imports and exports,
697.

Peru, capital, 632; area, 53!; population. 632;
history. 532: government, 632; new consti-
tution adopted, 532; Senate and House of
Representatives, 532; religion, 532; minis-
try. 532; revenue, expenditures, and debt,
632; army and navy, 532: exports and im-
ports, 532; arrivals and clearances, 532.

Petek I.. Grand Duke of Oldenburg, 559.

Phases, of Venus, 15: of the moon, 23-45.

Philadelphia, high water at, 21.

Pius IX., Sovereign Pontiff of Rome, 580.

Planets, small or asteroids, 14; exterior, 15;
interior, 15; ephemerles of. 16, 17; situa-
tion of, 23-45; conjunctions of, 40; diameter
and revolutions or, 47; primary and aster-
oids, 47.

Planetary conjunctions, 46; characters, 46.

Platporms, (xec yatiO}tal Platform*).

Poland, population, 584: government, 584;
loss of independence, 684 • finances. 584.

Polaris, time of passing the meridian, 49;
mean distance from the pole, 1800, 49.

Political classification of Congress, 204.

Polynesia, (sew Australasia ana Polynesia').

Pope, John, Maj. Gen., appointed commander
of 3d District, 234; orders Issued by, 275,300.

Population, of States and Territories, (seeeach
State and Territory); of America, 523; of
independent American States. 523; of Euro-
pean possessions in America. 524; of Europe,
638; of States of Europe, 539, 540; of Asia,
692: of States and divisions of Asia, 592: of
Africa, 598; of divisions and subdivisions,
598: of Australasia and Polynesia, 001: (a/so
net ench diriHon of Europe, Aria, Africa, etc.,
for population of each).

Portugal, capital, 581: area. 581: population,
681; history, 681; islands and colouie-, 581;

PORTUGAL—

reigning sovereign and family, 561; govern-
ment, 581; Legislative Chamber*, 681; coun-
cil of ministers, 681; education, 681; uni-
versity, 581; revenue, expenditure and debt,
681; army, 681; navy, 682; exports and im-
ports, 68*.

Postage, rates of domestic, 167: foreign. 158,
161; regulations with respect to, 157, 159.

PostAuRe on United States and European
malls, 156.

Postal Conventions, 160; with Great Britain,
150; with other foreign countries, 150; with
Hong Kong, 161; mall steamship service to
China and Japan, 151.

Postal money order system. 154.

Postal service. 151; post offices and delivery
of letters, 151; statistics for fiscal year end-
ing June 80,1867,153; revenue and expen-
ditures from 1854 to 1868, Inclusive, 154; es-
timates for 1869, 155; appropriations for
special service, 155; table of mall service
and of postal receipts and expenditures for
year ending June 80, 1867, by States, 155;
rates of domestic postage, 167; postage on
transient printed matter, 167; foreign let-
ters, 158; rates of postage on printed mat-
ter for foreign countries, 158; regulations
with respect to newspapers, book packets,
patterns, samples, *fcc., to foreign countries,
160; United State* exchange offices for for-
eign mails, 160; table of postage to foreign
countries, 160.

Postm Astek General. 80; duties of, 148.

Postmasters General, 63.

Post Office Department, 148; bureaus in, 148;
chief officers In, 149; revenues and expen-
ditures of, 149.

Post Offices, 151.

Pre-emption law and right, 171,175.
Preface, 3.

Presbyterians, Old School in United States.

631; New School. 631; other branches, 631,

633; In Great Britain and Colonies, 633.
President of the United States, how chosen,

79; powers and duties of, 79.
Presidents of the United States, 60, 79, 80.
Presidents of colleges, 197.
Presidents pro-tempo re of the Senate, 63.
Prices of farm stock, 188. ■
Private land claims, 174.
Proceedings of fortieth Congress. 235.
Proclamations of President Johnson, 255-257.
Productions, {tee each State).
Protestantism in America, 534; divisions of,

616.

Protestant Churches, 616.

Protectant Episcopal Church of the United

States, 616.

Prussia, capital, 666: area, 555; population,
555. 556: table of provinces, 556; languages
spoken, 556; chief cities, 656; reigning sov-
ereign and family, 566; increase of territory.
556; list of sovereigns, 556; government,
558; constitution, 556; House of Lords and
Chamber of Deputies, 556; the executive,
557; education, 557: finances, 557; revenue,
expenditures and debt, 657; army and navy,
. 657, 568; fortresses, merchant navy, 558;
Imports and exports, 568; mines, 658; banks,
568; railroads and telegraph lines, 658.

Public buildings of Washington, 513.

Public debt of the United States, 389,344; com-
parative view of, 340.

Public Lands, 169,170; surveyors of, 169; area
of, 170: survey of, 170; grants of, 174.

Public Laws of the United States, 346.

Public Resolutions, 254.
Public School expenses in
United States, 318.

Qualifications, of Senator* of United State*,
70; of Representatives, 70; of cadets at the
Military Academy. 110; of candidate!* for the
Naval Academy, 130; of cadet engineer*, 131.

Qualification of voter*, (*# each State).

Quartermaster's Department, 112.

Queensland, 8U1; area, 601: population, 605:
immigration, 6U2; establishment, 60S; Par-
liament, 002; revenue and expenditure*, 602;
exports and import*, 002.

Quicksilver, mine* of Almaitea, 64B; use of,
G48; history of, 658.

R.

Rain-fall, table of for twelve month*. 186.

Ratification of constitution* of Southern
states, 285; of constitutional amendment-
fourteenth. 258; flfteeuth, 801.

Rear Admirals. 132-134.

Receipts And Expenditure*, of the Patent
Office, 181; of the Poet Office. 149-155; of
the United State*, 237; from Internal Rev-
enue, 237.

Reconstruction in the Southern state*. 233.
Reed, Gov., of Florida, urge* provision for

charitable and penal institution*. 810.
Reform Bill of Great Britain, 570-571.
Reformed Churches, In the United State.

622; in Europe and Africa, 622.
Register Of The Treasury, 97; duties of, 96.
Registration of voters in Southern states, £>L
Regulus, occnltation of, 19.
Religion, in the American state*, 524; is the

European states, 539; in Asia, 592.
Religious Statistics Of The World. 609:

creeds,609; Christians,G09; Jews,009; East

Asiatic, 600; Mohammedans, 609; Pagans,

609; Christianity, 009.
Representatives, In fortieth Congress, 74;

hi forty-first Congress, 263.
Republican National Convention, 265;

Platform. 265.
Resignations, deaths and dismissals in the

navy, 136.

Retired List, of Army, 119: of Navy, 135.

Reuss, chief town, 562; Elder line, area and
population, 562; Younger line, area and
population, 562; Elder line, reigning sover-
eign and fitmlty, 562; new constitution.562;
income, expenditures, debt, troop*. 562;
Younger line, reigning sovereign and fai"
562; government, 502; Income,
tures, debt, troops, 562.

Rhode Island, Governors of 68; U. S. Sen-
ators, 72, 268; Representative* in Congress,
75,204; collectors of custom* and survevors,
98; assessors and collectors of internal rev-
enue 103; mail service In. 156; pensioners
in, 177,179; temperature and rainfall. 186;
average yield and prices of crop*. 187; prices
of farm stock, 188; college* in. 202.

Capitals. 445; area, 445: population, 445,
448: settlement of, 445; U. S.«
ratifled. 445; government, 445; „
445; qualification of voters, 44i: ,
445; Supreme court, 445, 440; court of Com-
mon Pleas, 446,440; United States courts,
440; terms of court*, 446; finances, 44f>;
state debt, 440; education, 447; Brown Uni-
versity, 447; School Commissioner, 447;

Rhode Island

Normal School, 447; common schools, 447;
charitable institution*, 447; beneficiaries
maintained in utherstates,447; Butler Insane
Asylum, 447,448; Providence Reform School,
447, 448; State Prison, 447, 448; wealth and
Industry, 448; manufactures, 448; products,
448: hanks, 448; railroads, 448; votes at
Presidential elections. 674.

Robinson. Hib H., Governor of Ceylon, 595.

Rohan Catholic Chubch, statistics of, 611-
612; the Pope, 612: cardinals, 612; patri-
archs, archbishops and bishops, 612; arch-
bishoprics and bishoprics. In America, 613;
in Europe, 618-614; in Asia, 614; in Africa,
614; In Australasia and Polynesia, 614:
CEcuinenical councils, 614; National and
Provisional Councils and Diocesan Synods,
614: monastic orders, 616.

Rumania, area, 591: population, 591; chief
cities,591; sovereign,591; government, 591;
union of Wallachiaand Moldavia,591; cab'*-
net, 591; revenue, expenditures and debt,
591; army and navy, 591; exports and im-
ports, 591.

Russia.capital,582: area,582; population,582;
history, 582; divisions and chief cities, 582;
Berfdom abolished, 582; nativity of popula-
tion, 582; reigning sovereign and family,
582; government,582; councils,582; minls-

a', 582; education, universities and peri-
icals, 583; revenne, expenditures and
debt. 583; army and navy, 583; Imports and
exports, 584; trading ports, shipping en-
tered, 584: commerce, 5&I; railroad lines,
584; (tee Finland and Poland).

s.

Sacbamento, schools In, 289.

Saleate, Sylvain, president of Hayti, 529.

Salt, in Kentucky, 346; in Louisiana, 352; In
Michigan, 381; in Nevada, 401; In New York,
420; inOhio,432; in Texas. 461; In Virginia,
471; in West Virginia, 475; in New Mexico,
502; in Utah, 503.

San Dominoo, 532; capital. 532; area, 532;
population, 532; history, 532; independence
ana civil war. 532; president, 532; imports
and exports, 532; shipping arrivals, 532.

Sandwich Islands, capital, 602; area, 602;
population, 602; history, 602; discovery, 602;
consolidation of kingdom, 602; list of kings,
602; government, 602; ministry, 60S.

San Francisco, high water at, 21; public
schools in, 289; trade and commerce of, 293.

San Salvador. 527; capital, 527; area, 527;
population, 527; government, 527; Senate
and Legislatures*!; revenue, expenditures
and debt, 527; Imports and exports, 527.

Sarmiento, Dominoo F., president of Argen-
tine Republic, 525.

Saturn, situation of, 23-45; diameter, 47; dis-
tance from sun, 47; revolution and rotation
on axis, 47.

Saxe-altenbubq, capital, 562; area, 562; pop-
ulation,562; wealth of peasantry, 562; reign-
ing sovereign and family, 562: Chamber of
Representatives, 562; revenue and expen-
ditures, 562; troops, 562.

Saxe-coburq-gotha. capital, 561: area, 561:
population, 561; reigning sovereign and fam-
ily, 561; government, 561; elections, 561;
income,expenditures and dcbt,562; troops,
562.

Saxe-meiningen, capital, 561; area, 561; pop-
ulation, 561; reigning sovereign and family,

Saxe-meiningen—

561; government, 561; income, expendi-
tures and debt, 561; troops, 561.

Saxe-Weimar, capital, 560; area, 560: popula-
tion, 560; reigning sovereign uud family,
560 government, 560; House or Parliament,
560; finances, 560; troops, 560.

Saxony, capital, 558; area, 558; population,
658; districts and cities, 558: reigning sov-
ereign and family, 558; government, 558:
Upper and Lower Chambers, 558; council
of ministers, 569; education, 659; 11 nances,
669; revenue, expenditures and debt, 559;
army. 559; industrial pursuits, 559.

Schaumbuhg-lii'fe,563; chief town, 563; area,
568; population, 563; reigning sovereign
and family, 563; government, 663; Income,
expenses and troops, 563.

ScBOFiKLD. Major Gen. John M . appointed
commander of 1st Military District, 234.

School, Lawrence Scientific, 368; Sheffield
Scientific, 297; military, nautical, medical,
Ac, In Chill, 528; of mines in Mexico, 631.

School, artillery, 123.

Schools, agricultural and scientific, 212; grants
for, 173: Theological, 204; of law, 208; Med-
ical, 206; Normal, 210: Training, 210.

Schools in the states, (ute Education in each
Mate).

Schwarxburo-rudolstadt, 662; chief town,
562; area and population, 562; reigning sov-
ereign and family, 562; government, 663;
revenue and expendit tires, 563; troops, 563.

Schwabxburg-sondebsuausen, 663; chief
towu,563; area,563; population,563; reign-
ing sovereign and family, 563; government,
663; revenue, expenditure and debt, 663;
troops, 563.

Seasons, the, 10.

Secretary, or State, 80; duties of, 80; of the
Treasury, 80; duties of, 95; of War, 80; du-
ties of. 107; of the Navy, 80; duties of, 128;
of the Interior, 80.

Secretaries, of State, 60, 81; the Treasury,
61, 96; War, 61,108; the Navy, 61,128; the
Interior, 61, 169; Legation. 82.

Senate or The United States, 70.

Senate, presiding officers or, 63, 73; of Fortieth
Congress, 71; committees of, 72, 802; of
Forty-first Congress. 264.

Senators, of the United States, qualifications
of, 70; how chosen, 70; in Fortieth Con-
gress, 71; in Forty-first Congress, 262.

Servia, area and population, 591; capital, 691;
sovereign, 591; government, 691; protection
of European powers, 591; revenue and ex-
penditures, 591; array, 591; commerce, 591.

SessioNs of Congress. 63, 71.

Settlement of United States, 69; (qfthe -tre-
rat State* and Tirritoria. me under each).

Seymour, Hohatio, nominated President, 272;
letter of acceptance. 270.

Sheridan. Philii- II. Major General, appointed
commander of the 6th Military District, 234.

Ship Buildi.no in Maine, 357.

Siam. capital, 597; area, 507; population, 697;
divisions, 597; sovereignt597; government,
5117; public revenue, 597; armament, 597;
fleet of war. 597: trade, 597.

Sickles. Daniel E.. Maj.Gen., appointed to the
command of the 2d Mil. District, 234, 421.

Sions of the zodiac, 19.

SILK, production of in California. 292.

Su-ver, coinage, 219; deposits at United 8tatea
Mint, 219; production, 220, 647.

Silver Coins, of the United Suites, 222; for-
eign, 222.

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