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CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
Adventure in a Turkish Harem
321 Glimpses of the East. By ALBERT Smith 198
Aerial voyage of Barral and Bixio. 499 Greenwich Weather-wisdom.
American Literature ..
696 Jenny Lind. By Fredrika BREMER. 657
181 Lady Alice Daventry; or, the Night of Crime 642
A Shilling's Worth of Science.
597 Lettice Arnold. By Mrs. Marsh, 13, 168, 353
A Tale of the good Old Times.
52 Literary and Scientific Miscellany. 556
Lord Jeffrey's Account of the Origin of
the Edinburgh Review--Character of Sir
Robert Peel-The Ownership of Land-A
Self-Taught Artist-Conversation of Liter.
1 ary Men-Rewards of Literature-Schamy!
Battle with Life (Poetry)
Statue — Wordsworth's Prose. Writings-
Anecdotes of Beranger--The Paris Acade.
my of Inscriptions.
Bryant's Letters of a Traveler; Bayard
Taylor's Eldorado, 140. Standish the Puri.
tan; Talbot and Vernon, 141. Smyth's
Unity of the Human Races, 284. Talvi's
Literature of the Slavic Nations ; Greeley's
Hints toward Reforms, 255. Antonina ;
Martinet's Solution of Great Problems;
Lossing's Field Book, 286, 427, 837. La.
America, 286. Campbell's Life and Let-
ters, 425. Life and Correspondence of An-
209 drew Combe, 426. Dr. Johnson's Religious
Fashions for Early Summer
142 Mathematics; The Gallery of Ilustrious
Americans; The Phantom World; Chris-
Fashions for November
tock's Second Book in Greek; Baird's Im.
pressions of the West Indies, and North
America; Fleetwood's Life of Christ; The
Father and Son....
243 Shoulder Knot; Supplement to Forester s
Fearful Tragedy-A Man-eating Lion... 471 Fish and Fishing; The Morning Watch ;
Debates in the Convention of California ;
The Mothers of the Wise and Good, 429
Fortunes of the Gardener's Daughter 832
Carlyle's Latter-Day Pamphlets, 430, 571.
Francis Jeffrey ..
66 The Illustrated Domestic Bible; Earnest-
ness; Amy Harrington ; The Vale of
tian Review ; Brownson's Quarterly, 862.
Maurice Tiernay. By Charles Lever
2, 219, 329, 487, 627, 790
Mr. Squier's researches in Central
America, 418. Measures for a direct trade
from the South to Liverpool, 418. Free
School System in New York, 418. Medal
to Colonel Fremont, 418. U. S. Boundary
Commission, 418. State Convention in New
Mexico, 419. Fourth of July Addresses at
various places, 420. Celebration of the Cap-
ture of Stony Point, 420. Affairs at Liberia,
420. American claims on Portugal, 124.
Courtesies between the Corporations of Buf-
falo and Toronto, 563. Suffering the growth
of the Canada thistle made penal in Wis-
consin, 563. Report of the West Point Board
of Visitors, 563. Project for shortening the
passage of the Atlantic, 563. Gen. Quit-
man's letter, 702. Re-election of Mr. Rusk
as Senator from Texas, indicating a disposi-
tion to accept the U. S. proposals, 702. Ar-
rival of a Turkish Commissioner, 702.
Changes in the Cabinet, 702, Mr. Conrad's
letter to his constituents on the slavery
question, 702. Execution of Prof. Webster,
703. Arrival of Jenny Lind, 703. Opening
of the Gallery of the Art Union, 704. Pas-
sage of the Pacific from Liverpool, the
shortest ever made, 707. Whig State Con-
vention at Syracuse; Convention of the
seceders at Utica; Letter of Washington
Hunt, 849. Anti-Renters' convention at
Albany, 849. Feeling at the South in rela-
tion to the admission of California, 850.
Hon. C. J. Jenkins on disunion, 850. New
Collins steamers, Arctic and Baltic, 830.
Property in N. Y. City, 830. Swedish col.
ony in Illinois, 850. Working of the Fugi-
tive Slave Bill, 830. Jenny Lind's con-
certs, 850. New York a Catholic Arch-
episcopal See, 850. The Boundary Bill in
Texas; Mr. Kaufman's letter, 831. Policy
of Government in relation to the transit of
the Isthmus, 851. Earthquake at Cleve.
CONGRESSIONAL.—The Compromise Bill
in the Senate, 275. Webster's speech on
Bill. 561. Protest of Southern Senators
ELECTIONS.-In Virginia for members of
diaas, 506, Steam communication between
MEXICO AND SOUTH AMERICA.-Presi.
LITERARY.--Agassiz and Smyth on the
matics, 276. Bartlett's Natural Philosophy;
564. Forshey's Essay on the deepening of
Haven, 564. Astronomical Expedition un-
PERSONAL.- Arrival of G. P. R. James,
Whig Review, 853.
DEATHS.-Adam Ramage; S. Margaret
Fuller, 420. Commodore Jacob Jones, 563.
Mr. Nes; Professor Webster; Dr. Judson ;
Bishop H. B. Bascom ; John Inman, 703.
Gen. Herard, ex-President of Haiti, 706.
ENGLAND.—Birth of Prince Arthur, 123.
Mr. Gibson's motion in Parliament to abolish
all taxes on knowledge; bearing of these
taxes; motion negatived; evasion of the
excise on paper by the publisher of the
“ Greenock Newscloth," 124. Education
Bill introduced, discussed, and postponed,
124. Defeat of ministers on unimportant
measures, 124. Preparations for Industrial
Exhibition, 125, 280, 852, 853. Expeditions
in search of Sir John Franklin, 125, 855. The
Greek quarrel, 277. Consequent action of
Russia and Austria in relation to British
its favor, 279. Various bills for Sanitary
the Northern Atlantic; wreck of the Orion,
4.22. The Rothschild case, 566. Foreign
policy of ministers sustained, 566. Sundry
Bills for social and political reform lost, 567.
Grants to the Duke of Cambridge and the
Great Britain, 707. The Times and Gen.
Haynau, 852. The Arctic Expedition, 852.
Cotton in Siberia, 832. Lord Clarendon in
Ireland, 852. Queen's University and the
hishops, 852, 835. Shipwrecks, 853. The
Sea Serpent in Ireland, 853. Punishment of
naval officers for carelessness, 853. Amount
of Irish crop, 855. Cunard steamers, 855.
FRANCE, ---Contest in Paris for election of
Member of Assembly; election of Eugene
Sae, 122. Mutiny in the 11th Infantry, 122.
Destruction of the suspension bridge at An-
gers, and terrible loss of life, 122. Arrest
M. Proudhon, 123. Capture of Louis Pellet,
a notorious murderer, 123. Bill for restrict-
Berlin, 284. Attempt on the life of the King
ITALY, Spain, PORTUGAL.- The Pope's
Shooting Stars and Meteoric Showers 439 The Mother's First Duty...
Sir Robert Peel. A Biographical Sketch 405 The Old Well in Languedoc.....
Squire—The Young Squire. By Wil- The Orphan's Voyage Home (Poetry) 272
803 | The Planet Watchers of Greenwich. 233
Sonnets from the Italian
Story of a Kite..
750 | The Rev. William Lisle Bowles...
Sydney Smith on Moral Philosophy 107 By Leigh Hunt....
The Blind Sister......
The Communist Sparrow-An Anecdote Thomas Carlyle. By George GILF'LLAN. 536
317 Thomas de Quincey, the “English Opium
The Disasters of a Man who wouldn't trust Truth..
846 Two-handed Dick, the Stockman. A Tale
639 / Ugliness Redeemed-A Tale of a London
777 Unsectarian Education in England. 100
The Flower Gatherer
78 Wallace and Fawdon (Poetry). By LEIGH
95 What Horses Think of Men. From the
The German Meistersingers
The Laboratory in the Chest
673 Wordsworth--His Character and Genius.