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GILMER, JOHN A..

324 MELODEON, THE SILENT. GORTCHAKOFF, PETER DMITRIEVITCH. 324 MERVINE, WILLIAM. GRANGER, FRANCIS.

324 METALS. GRAYSON, WILLIAM

826 METEORIC IRON. GREAT BRITAIN..

826 METEORS.. GREECE..

332 METHODISTS.. GREEK CHURCH..

334 MEXICO... GREENE, ALBERT GORTON..

336 MICHIGAN.. HALL, JAMES..

337 MILITARY COMMISSIONS. HALL, WILLIS.

337 MILMAN, HENRY HART. HALPINE, CHARLES G.

337 MINNESOTA. HAMBURG..

338 MISSISSIPPI. HAWKS, CICERO STANLEY

339 MISSOURI.. HAYTI

839 MONAGAS, JOSÉ TADEO. HEAD, EDMUND WALKER.

341 MOREHEAD, CHARLES S. HESSE-DARMSTADT.

341 NARVAEZ, RAMON MARIA, HOPKINS, JOHN HENRY

342 NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.. HOWELL, ROBERT BOYTÉ CRAWFORD. 342 NEBRASKA.. HUGHES, BALL.

343 NETHERLANDS. HUNGARY..

343 NEVADA HYDROGENIUM.

315 NEW HAMPSHIRE, ILLINOIS

346 NEW JERSEY. IMPEACHMENT.

852 NEW YORK. INDIA.

372 NORTH CAROLINA... INDIANA

377 NOYES, GEORGE RAPALL. INDIAN WAR..

879 OBITUARIES, AMERICAN. INGERSOLL, JOSEPH REED

616

383 OBITUARIES, FOREIGN. IOWA

883 OHIO... ITALY

386 OLDENBURG JAPAN

890 OREGON.. JESSUP, WILLIAM.

396 OSGOOD, HELEN LOUISE GILSON JEUNE, FRANCIS.

396 PAGE, CHARLES GRAFTON. JEWETT, CHARLES COFFIN

397 PAIGE, ALONZO CHRISTOPHER. JOHNSON, HERMAN M.

307 PAPAL STATES. JUNCKER, HENRY DAMIAN.

398 PARAGUAY.. JUNKIN, GEORGE

398 PARSONS, USHER.. KANSAS.

899 PENNSYLVANIA. KEAN, CHARLES JOHN.

401 PERSIA KEARNY, LAWRENCE..

402 PERSOZ, JEAN FRANÇOIS KENTUCKY..

404 PERU.. KRUMMACHER, FRIEDRICH WILHELM. 405 PICKERING, OCTAVIUS. LEUTZE, EMANUEL..

406 PORTUGAL.... LIBERIA

407 POST-OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES... LIECHTENSTEIN..

407 POTTER, CHANDLER EASTMAN.. LINCOLN, LEVI.

407 POUILAT, CLAUDE SERVAIS MATHIAS. LINSLEY, JOEL HARVEY.

407 PRESBYTERIANS LIPPE..

408 PRUSSIA.. LITERATURE AND LITERARY PROGRESS IN PUBLIC DOCUMENTS.. 1868..

408 RAILROADS. LORD, DANIEL.

428 RAPHALL, MORRIS JACOB. LOUISIANA...

428 REED ORGANS. LOVER, SAMUEL..

REFORMED CHURCHES. LOWRIE, WALTER.

REUSS LUBECK

442 RHODE ISLAND LUTHERANS

442 RIVES, WILLIAM C. LUXEMBURG

445 ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. MACBRIDE, JOHN DAVID.

445 ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO ANTONIO. MADAGASCAR, RASUAHERINA MANJAKA.. 446 ROST, PIERRE A... MAGNETIC NEEDLE.

446 ROTHSCHILD, JAMES. MAINE.

447 RUSSIA MANLY, BASIL.

450 RUSSIA, THE CRIMINAL CODE OF MANN, ABIJAH, JR.

450 RUSSIA, THE PRESS OF, IN 1868. MARSH, JOHN..

450 SAN DOMINGO... MARYLAND

451 SAXE. MASSACHUSETTS.

456 SAXONY. MATTISON, HIRAM.

460 SCANDINAVIAN PRESS. MCCALL, GEORGE ARCHIBALD

461 SCHÖNBEIN, CHRISTLAN. MCRAE, JOHN J.....

461 SCHWARZBURG.. MECKLENBURG..

462 SERVIA, MICHAEL III. OBRENOVITCH.

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PAGE SEYMOUR, THOMAS HART. 690 UNITARIANS..

740 SIPHON OF THE BRIDGE OF ALMA. 691 UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST.

7741 SLEMMER, ADAM J... 692 UNITED STATES

741 SMITH, SEBA.

692 UNIVERSALISTS. SOMMERS, CHARLES G..

692
URUGUAY...

755 SOUTH CAROLINA 693 VASSAR, MATTHEW.

755 SPAIN... 700 VAUGHAN, ROBERT.

756 SPALDING, BENEDICT JOSEPH, 710 VELOCIPEDE, THE.

756 STEPHENS, THADDEUS. 711 VENEZUELA..

757 STOCKTON, THOMAS HEWLINGS. 711 VERMONT.

757 SUEZ CANAL.. 712 VIRGINIA.

758 SUGAR INSECT, THE 716 WALDECK..

762 SWAIN, DAVID LOWRY.

717 WALEWSKI, FLORIAN ALEXANDRE JOSEPH SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 717 COLONA

762 SWITZERLAND. 717 WELCKER, FRIEDRICH GOTTLIEB.

763 TELEGRAPHS ON THE EUROPEAN CONTI WELLS, SAMUEL.

763 NENT 718 WEST VIRGINIA..

763 TENNESSEE.. 721 WILLIAMS, JOHN MASON.

766 TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES. 725 WILMOT, DAVID..

765 TEXAS 727 WISCONSIN...

765 THALLIUM.. 733 WOOD, ISAAC.

768 THURSTON, ASA.. 734 WORKS, PUBLIC.

769 TOD, DAVID 734 WRIGHT, WILLIAM B.....

773 TURKEY. 734 WURTEMBURG....

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INDEX OF CONTENTS.

Abyssinia.-Area, 1; population, 1; character of the Alaska.-Execution of the treaty, 20; boundaries and pop

country, 1 ; towns, 1; difficulty between England ulation, 20; influence of the ocean currents, 20; course and King Theodore, 2; details, 2; correspoudence, of the stream, 20; forest-trees, 20; shore-line, 20; 3; map of the country, 3; reason given by the king, temperature and rainfall, 20; climate for a series of 4; pretexts, 4; landing of troops, 4; their march, 5; years, 21; value of the territory, 21. movements of Theodore, 5; approach to Magdala, 5; ALLEN, WILLIAM.–Birth, 21; pursuits, 21 ; literary clattack on the fort, 5; official reports of its capture, reer, 22; death, 22. and the death of Theodore, 5, 6; result, 7; further Alliance, Evangelical.-Meeting in Amsterdam, 22; invi. proceedings, 7; effect of Theodore's death, 8; Abys. tation to meet in New York, 22; resolutions adopted, sinian politics, 8.

22. ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS.-Resigns as minister to Eng. America.—Transfer of the Russian possessions, 23; war land, 329.

of Brazil and Argentine Republic, 23; civil wars in ADLER, GEORGE J.-Birth, 8; pursuits, 8; death, 8.

Spanish America, 23; Indian wars, 23; line of steamAfrica.-Suez Canal, success of, 9; states of northern ers to Japan and China, 23; reconstruction in the

Africa, 9; famine in Algiers, 9; do. in Morocco, 9; United States, 23; area and population of each of the
Tunis, 9; Madagascar, 9; Cape Colony, 9; Transvaal independent American States, 24.
Republic, 10; area and population of the principal Amnesty.-Proclamations of President Johnson, 753, 754.

divisions of Africa, 10; advance of Christianity, 10. ANDERSSON, CHARLES JOHN.-Birth, 24 ; pursuits, 24 ; Agriculture.—Statistics of 1867, 10; crops of 1868, 11 ; death, 24.

maize, 11; wheat, 11; rye, 11; oats, 11 ; barley, 11; Anglican Churches.-Number of clergymen, parishes, backwheat, 11; potato, 11 ; tobacco, 11; hay, 11; etc., in the United States, 24; summary, 25; its board cotton, 11; wool, 11; sorghum, 12; hops, 12; flax, of missions, 25; proceedings, 25; dioceses of the 12; peaches, 12; grapes, 12; quantities and aggre- Church of England, 26; triennial convention at New gate value of crops in 1867, 12; yield per acre, 12; York, 26; new dioceses, 26; bishops elected, 26; ramie-plant, 13; waste of sewage, 13; pests, 14; canon relative to the formation of new dioceses, 26; inmeans of destruction, 14.

tercommunion with the Eastern Churches, 27; canon Alabama.-General Meade assigned to the command, on divorce, 27; commission to revise the psalms and

15; Gen. Hayden also assigned to command, 15; hymns, and report to the next convention, 27; dig. order forbidding military organizations, 15; first establishment of the Church in Ireland, 27; proceedacts of Gen. Meade, 15; his order explaining the ings in England, 27; Christian Union question, 28; relations between the civil and military authorities, new project, 28; union of Anglicans and Wesleyans, 15 ; opposition to the new constitution, 15; ad- 28; proceedings, 23; the ritualistic controversy, 23 ; dress of the convention, 15; resolutions, 16; pe- proceedings of the Royal Commission in England, tition to the lower House of Congress, 16; order 29; details of their decision, 29; the case of MacConorelative to newspapers, 16; vote on the new con- chie, 29; decision of the judicial committee, 29; mostitution, 16; choice of Governor, 16; bill, for admis. nastic institutions in England, 30; in New York, 30; sion of the State, before Congress, 16 ; reason, 16;

the Colenso case, 30; report of a committee, 31. minority report, 16; meeting of the Legislature, 16; Anhalt.-Area, 30; population, 30; religions, 30; public address to the Senate, 16; object and necessity of the debt, 30. session, 16; proceedings annulled by the subsequent Argentine Republic.- Area and population, 81; revenue action of Congress, 17; dificulty between the mili- and expenditures, 31 ; army, 31; imports, 31; electary and judiciary, 17; trials by military commission, tion of a new president, 32; votes of electors, 32; 17; convention to choose delegates to the New York war with Paraguay, 32; message of the President, 32; Convention, 17; resolutions, 17; admission of the Congress, 32. State by Congress, 17; Governor convenes the Legis. Arkansas.-Judicial proceedings, when to be suspended, lature, 17; message, 17; order of Gen. Meade recog. 32; orders of Gen. Gilem relating thereto, 33; prepanizing the civil authority, 18; Fourteenth Amend- rations for a new State constitution, 33; Convenment to Federal Constitution ratified, 18; views of tion, 33; speech of the negro delegate Cypert, 33, the Governor, 18; order of Gen. Meade resigning the 34; free negroes not represented in the mistake of direction of affairs, 18; protest of late State officers, the past age, 34; their votes, 31; intermarriages, 34; 18; proceedings of the Legislature, 19; veto of the the new constitution, 35; bill of rights, 35; franchise, Governor, 19; registration, 19; political canvass, 19; 35 ; education, 35; mode of ratification, 35; provi. finances, 19; cotton crop, 19; a bill to admit, 168.

sions for the election of members of the Legislature,

85; pay of the convention, 35; adjournment, 35; pro- State laws, 62; national banks, 63; organization and

test of members, 36; their address to the people, 36; capital, 63; banks of New York city, 63; condition

removal of municipal officers of Little Rock, 37; the of the national banks, 63; savings-banks in Massa-

correspondence, 37; order for the disposition of chusetts, 63; do. in Rhode Island, 63; do. in Connec-

troops, 37; polls kept open-frauds, 37; constitution ticut, 64; do. in Vermont, 64; recapitulation, 64; rela-

ratified, 38; votes, 38; report of commanding officer, tive number of depositors to the inhabitants, 64;

38; meeting of the Legislature, 38; public buildings savings-banks of New York, 64; increase of deposits

closed against them, 38; forcibly opened, 38; the in New York State, 64; the clearing-house, 64.

State admitted to representation in Congress, 89; Baptists.-Meaning of the collective name, 65; regular

jurisdiction turned over to the civil authorities, 39; Baptista, 65; Etatistics, 65; anniversaries of the so-

orders of Gen. Gillem, 39; disturbances, 39 ; procla- cieties, 65; details, 66; Free-wil Baptists, 66; statis-

mation of the Governor, 39 ; martial law in ten coun- tics, 66; societies, 66; colleges, 66: General Confer.

ties, 40; action of the Legislature, 40; finances, 40; ence, 66; missions, 66; Liberal Baptists, 67; nombers,

assessments, 40; taxes, 40; vote for President, 40; 67; other Baptist denominations, 67; statistics, 67;

bill to admit, 169; protest, 175.

Baptists of Great Britain, 67; do. on the Continent

Army of the United States.-Progress of its reduction, of Europe, 67; missions in Asia, 68; do. in Africa,

40; its strength, 41; expenses of the Department, 41;

69.

do. Ordnance Department, 41; do. Commissary, 41; BAUGHER, HENRY L.–Birth, 69; pursuits, 62 ; death, 92.

bounties, 41; cost of reconstruction at the South, 41; Bavaria.-Government, 69; population, 69; religions de

Quartermaster's Department, 41; Inspection Bureau, nominations, 69; army, 69; finances, 69.

41; Freedmen's Bureau, 41; expenses, 41 ; cadet Bavaria, Louis I., ex-King.–Birth, 70; career, 70; 15-

corps, 42; artillery school, 42; military telegraphy, erality, 70; death, 70.

42; changes of military districts, 42; troops, how BEACH, Moses YALE.-Birth, 70; pursuits, 70; death, 7.
employed, 42; at the South, 43; dropping officers, Beck, James B.--Representative from Kentucky, 14; (
43; gathering the remains of soldiers, 43; "grand the impeachment of the President, 188; on a minority
reunion,"' 43.

report on reconstruction, 163.

Asia.-War between Russia and the Khan of Bokhara, Belgium.-Government, 71 ; population, 71; ministry, 71;

43; progress of British India, 44; Wahabees, 44; budget, 71; army, 71; imports and exports, 71; ship-

China-commerce and treaties, 44; Japan, its gov- ping, 71; elections, 71 ; active army, 71.

ernment, 44; area and population of Asia, 44,

BELL, HENRY H.-Birth, 71; public services, 71; death,

Astronomical Phenomena and Progress.—The total solar 72.

eclipse, 44; efforts of the French, English, and Ger- BELL, SAMUEL DANA.—Birth, 72; pursuits, 72; death, 72

man Governments, 44; reports of observations of BENJAMIN, John F.-Representative from Missouri, 10;

various parties, 45; the Austrian expedition, 45; the offers resolutions relative to reconstruction, 140.

English expedition, 46; the North-German expedi- BERRYER, PIERRE ANTOINE.—Birth, 72; career, 73; death

tion, 46; report of Commander Perrin, 47; do. of 73.

another commander, 47; the lunar crater Linné, 47; BETTS, SAMUEL R.-Birth, 74; judicial services, it;

other supposed changes in the moon, 48; new vari- death, 74.

able spot on the moou's surface, 48; heat given out BINGIIAM, JOHN A.-Representative from Ohio, 194; 01

by the moon, 49; solar and planetary tables, 49; Bec- reconstruction, 150; reports a bill relative to recon-

ular variations of the elements of the earth's orbit, struction, 160–162.

49; distance of the sun, 50; asteroids, 50; observa- BLAIR, FRANK P.-Letter previous to the Democratic

tions of nebulæ, 51; suspected change in a nebula, Convention, 746.

52; stellar spectra, 52; a new comet, 52; spectrum Bolivia.—Limits, 74; population, 75; army, 73; expendi-

of comet II., 1868, 52; colors of Saturn, 53; color of tures, 75; new Congress, 75; rights of citizenship,

the moon and stars, 54; fall of rain as affected by the 75; contract with the National Bolivian Navigation

moon, 54; the Melbourne telescope, 54.

Company, 75.

Australia.- Population of the five English colonies, 55; BOUTWELL, GEORGE S.-Representative from Massacht-

Australian trade, 55; extent of Australia, 55; popu. setts, 194; on the impeachment of the President,
lation of New South Wales, 55; imports, 55 ; gold 180; on the republican State guarantee, 165; reports
yield, 55 ; Victoria, its population, 56; details, 56 ; a joint resolution relative to the electoral college,
Western Australia, 56; Queensland, its population, 191.
56; Tasmania, 56; New Zealand, population, 57; de- BRADBURY, WILLIAM B.—Birth, 75; pursuits, 76; death,
tails, 57; statistics, 57; outbreak, 57.

76.

Austria.-Government, 57; area, 57; provinces and pop- Brazil.-Government, 76; new ministry, 76; arca, 78:

ulation, 58; religious statistics, 58; ministry, 58; Par- revenue, 76; imports and exports, 76; shipping, 78;

liament, 58; budget, 58; army and navy, 59; circular commerce of Santos, 77; speech of the Emperor to

of the ministry, 59; second do., 59; laws of Parlia- the General Assembly, 77; difference with the minis-

ment relating to civil rights, and restricting the try, 77; passage up the Paraguay River refused 13

church influence, 59; opposition of the bishops, 60; American gunboat Wasp, 78; remonstrance, 78; apok

reply of Baron von Beust to the Allocution of the ogy, 78; emancipation, 78; war, 78.

Pope, 60; agitation in Bohemia and Moravia, 61; Bremen.-Government, 78; area, 78; population, 78; deks

riots at Prague, 61; Galician Diet, 61; Tyrolese 78; commerce, 78.

Diet, 61; new commercial treaty, 61.

BREWSTER, Sir David.- Birth, 78; career, 79; death, 72.
Bridges.-Quincy Railway bridge, 79; railway bridge at

India Point, Providence, 80; bridge orer the alle
B

ghany, 80 ; bridge strains, 81; method of determin-

Baden.-Government, 62; population, 62; ecclesiastical

ing, 81.

statistics, 62; debt, 62; army, 62.

BROOKE, Sir JAMES.-Birth, 81; death, 81 ; career, 8.

Banks in the United States. - List of, in operation under BROOKS, JAMES.Representative from New York, 194;

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