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EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD.

UNITED STATEs.-Congress: Parties in the Forty-sev-
enth Congress, 316; Opening of Third Session, Forty-
sixth Congress, 47.6: final Adjournment, 956; President
Hayes's Message, 476; Message on Indian Question, 797;
Fitz-John Porter Bill passed by Senate,476; Pendleton's
Civil Service Bill, 476. Appropriation Bills: Fortifica-
tion, 476; Pensions, 476, 797 ; Military Academy, 476,
636; Army, 636; Consular and Diplomatic, 636; Indian,
636, 797; Navai, 797; Post-office, 797; Legislative, 797;
River and Harbor, 797,956. Burnside Educational Bill,
476. Telegraphic Postal System, 636. Three-per-Gont.
Refunding Bill passed, 797; vetoed, 956. Morgan Elec-
toral Vote Resolution, 797. Apportionment Bill, 956.
Tax on Bank Deposits, 956. Washington Monument,
956. Japanese Indemnity Bill, 956. Garfield and Ar-
thur declared President and Vice-President, 797. Inau-
guration of Garfield and Arthur, 956. President Gar-
field's Inaugural Address, 956. Extra Session of the
Senate, 956. President Garfield's Cabinet, 956. United
States Senators elected or appointed: George F. Ed-
munds, 156; Joseph E. Brown, 316; James G. Fair, 636;
John F. Miller, 636; Thomas F. Bayard, 636; General J.
R. Hawley, 636; O. D. Conger, 636; H. i. hawes, 636;
Eugene Hale, 636; Thomas Č. Flatt. 636; Benjamin
Harrison, 636; John Sherman, 636; F. 'M. Cockrell, 636;
John I. Mitchell, 956; James W. McDill, 957; Angus
Cameron, 957; A. J. Edgerton, 957. Resignation of
Congressman Garfield, 316. General Goff, Secretary of
the Navy, 636. P. Morton, as Minister to France,
957. Chinese Treaty signed, 477. Presidential Election
#13 other Élections, 155,313.” H. M. Phlisted declared
Governor of Maine, 636. State Conventions, 156. An-
dré Centennial, 156. Flight and Death of Indian Chief
Victorio, 156. Prohibition in Kansas, 316. Census Re-
port, 636.

Europe, Asr A, A Frio A, AND South A Mrrio A.—Great
Britain: The Irish Agitation, gig, is, 636, 197; Fing.

CARLYLE, THOMAS......................... --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---------- - - - - - - - - - - ------- Moncure D. Conway SSS

ii. Lurstitatio Nis.

Thomas Carlyle ............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SS9 An Interior at Chelsea........... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - S95
Birth-Place of Carlyle . . . . . . . . . . . - ... 890 Choir of Abbey Church, Haddington, Mrs. Car-
Early Portrait of Thomas Carlyle. ... S91 lyle's Grave in the Foreground ............
Carlyle's Mother.................. ... 892 Fac-Simile of Carlyle's Handwriting........... 900
Mrs. Thomas Carlyle........................... S93 -
CATHEDRAL, AN ENGLISH................................................... ------------ ....Arthur Gilman 650
ILLU8Tinations.
Plan of Salisbury Cathedral................ ... 651 Choir of Salisbury Cathedral.......... ......... 656
Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Garden... 653
CERVANTES, THE PRISON OF..... .......................................... ......James Russell Lowell 250
CHINESE IN SAN FRANCISCO—THE SIXTH YEAR OF QWONG SEE. Catherine Baldwin 70
With Six Illustrations.

CHRISTMAS CARILLONS..................................... .....................Anne Chambers Ketchum 1

illustratio Ns.

The Annunciation........................ . . . . . 1 “Ye Lads and Lasses, go, fetch Ivy, Holly, Mis-

“The Shepherds see the Angel bright” ........ tletoe" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Bringing in the Boar's Head.......... - - - - - - - - - 6

CHRISTMAS-EVE: A CEREMONIE (with an Illustration)..... -------- -------------- IRobert Herrick 251

CITY, A GREAT...................... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ............. Edward Hourland 122

CITY, THE FAME OF THE ........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----------------- ------------ John Boyle O'Reilly 17

CONTRAST............... ----------------------- ............................................................ Nora Perry 928

DARW.INIAN DIVERSIONS....... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --------------- ...... Francis H. Underwood 750

DECORATIVE POTTERY OF CINCINNATI (Illustrated)................... ..]/rs. Aaron F. Perry 834

DRESS, A TALK ON............................... ........................... ----------------- Miss M. R. Oakey 589

DUTCH TOWN, A GLIMPSE OF AN OLD ... .............................. - - - - - - - ----------- .............. 524

i i.i. to stro Atio Ns.

New-Year's Hymn to St Nicholas.............. 525 The Baker's Dozen ..................... ....... b33

Mynheer's Morning florn......... 527 Volckert P. Douw ....................... 534

Old Dutch Sconce .............. 52S Peter Schuyler. ...................... . 534

The Dead-Feast ................ . 529 A Race on the Ice . 535

Philip Livingston ... . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 Wolvenhoeck ..... . 5:36

Albany in 1696 ............... - - . 531 Leonard Gansevoort..... - - - - - - - - - - - 537

Rensselaer Arms . --- - - - - - - - . 532 Solomon Wan Rensselaer ... 537

Schuyler Arms. - - - - - - - - - . 532 Old Dutch Relics........... 53S

EDITOR'S DRAWER.

DRAWER FOR DECEMBER...................... 157 DRAWER FOR MARCH............ ---------- - - - - - - 637

DRAWER FOR JANUARY........................ 317 DRAWER FOR APRIL . 798
DRAWER FOR FEBRUARY....................., 477 DRAWER For MAY............................... 957

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

CHAIR FOR DECEMBER.......................... 144 CHAIR FOR MARCH....... ........................ 624

CHAIR FOR JANUARY...... ------------- ......... 303 CHAIR FOR APRIL......... -------------- ---------- 786

CHAIR FOR FEBRUARY.................... ...... 406 CHAIR FOR MAY........ .......................... 943

ging in the Navy abolished, 477; Opening of Parlia-

ment, 636; Irish Protection Bill, 797,957; Arms Bill, 957.

Germany: The Anti-Jewish Movement, 637. France:

Decrees against Unauthorized Religious Communities,

156, 316; The Ministry and the Education Bill, 816.

Russia: Marriage of the Czar, 156; Assassination of

Emperor Alexander II., 957; Ascension to the Throne

of Alexander III.,957; Defeat of Tekke Turcomans, 797;

Terms of Settlement between China and Russia, 797.

Turkey and Greece: Surrender of Dulcigno, 156, 477 ;

Greece's Preparations for War, 477,636. Persia: The

Kurdish Outbreak, 156. South America: Chili and

United States of Colombia, 156; General Roca installed

as President of the new Argentine Government, 156;

Death of the President of Paraguay, 156; Capture of

Lima, 797. Africa: Boers defeat §§ British Forces,

797, 957 ; Peace assured, 957. Cuba: Pacification an-

nounced, 636.

Dis MsTERs: 156,316,477,637, 797,957.—Land-Slip in

Bengal, 156; Railroad Collision at Willimantic, Connecti-
cut, 156; Collision at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 156;
Nova Scotia Mine flooded, 156; Lake Steamer Alpena
lost, 156; Boiler Explosion, Terre Haute, Indiana, 156;
Factory at Cincinnati burned, 156; Iquique, Peru, burn.
ed, 156; Colliery Disaster, Belgium, 316; Steamer Rhode
Island wrecked, 316; Typhoon in Japan, 316: Earth-
quake in Austria, 316; Cyclone in Louisiana, 316; Col-
liery Explosion, Nova Scotia, 316; Insane Asylum, Min-
nesota, burned,316; British Ship Galatea lost, 316; Fire-
damp Explosion, Belgium, 477; British Steamer Mildred
lost, 477; French Steamer Oncle Joseph sunk, 477; Col-
liery Ex losion, Wales, 477; Fire in Wall-paper Fac-
tory, Buffalo, 477; Wreck of the Garnet, 637 ; Japanese
Steamer lost, 637; Steamer Montgomeryshire lost, 637;
Steamers Harelda and Leon lost, 637 ; Tenement-house
Disaster, New York, 637: Steamer Farnley lost, 637;
Poor-House, New Hampshire, burned, 637; Ship Leonore

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Trevelyan's Miscellaneous Works of Macaulay, 149.

McCarthy's History of Our Own Times, Volumes III.,

IV., 150. Mosheim's Institutes of Ecclesiastical History,

150. Bowen's Gleanings from a Literary Life, 150. Coxe's

The Daily Round, 151. Edwards's Observations concern-

ing the Scripture (Economy of the Trinity and Covenant

of Redemption, 151. Longfellow's Ultima Thule, 151.

Holmes's The Iron Gate, 151. English Men of Letters,
Franklin Square Edition, 152. Holland's Memoir of the
Rev. Sydney Smith, 152. Wallace's Ben-Hur, 152, Ca-
ble's The Grandissimes, 153. Russell's A Sailor's Sweet-
heart, 153. Tourgee's Bricks without Straw, 153. Brad-
dou's Just As I Am, 154. Salvage, 154. Fothergill's
The Wellfords, 154. Auerbach's Brigitta, 154. Ed-
wards's Lord Brackenbury, 154. Knox's The Boy Trav-
eliers in the Far East, Part II., 154. Verne's The Explo-
ration of the World, 155. Stockton's A Jolly Fellow-
ship. 155. Giberne's Sun, Moon, and Stars, 155. The
Worst Boy in Town, 155. Miller's Queer Pets at Mar-
cy's, 155. Walton's Christie's Old Organ, Saved at Sea,
and Little Faith, 155. Corbett's Karl and the Queen of

ueerland, 155. Life of Dr. Hodge, 310. Trevelyan's

rly History of Charles James Fox, 310. Towle's

Marco Polo, 311. Eggleston's and Seelye's Montezuma

and the Conquest of Mexico,311. Stephen's Samuel

Johnson, 311. Hutton's Sir Walter Scott, 311. Trol-

lope's W. Makepeace Thackeray, 311. Curteis's Rise of

to Modja. Empire, gig.” kingsake's invasion of

the Crimea, Vol. IV.,312. Oswald's Summerland Sketch-

es. 312. Lady Jackson's Old Paris, 313. Aldrich's Lyrics

and Sonnets, 313. Roe's A oy of Fate, 313. Wether-

all's End of a Coil, 313. Coffin's Old Times in the Colo-

nies, 314. Brooks's Fairport Nine, 314. Gatty's Para-

bles from Nature, 314. Alcott's Jack and Gill, 314.

Ewing's We and the World, 314, Macleod's Gentle

Heart, 314. Moulton's New Bed-time Stories, 314. Al-

den's Moral Pirates, 314. Gibson's Pastoral iyoys, 3.15.

Read's Drifting, 315. Palmer's Voices of Hope and

Gladness, 315. Tennyson's Dream of Fair Women, 315.

The Meinorial History of Boston, 315. Schliemann's

Ilios. 315. Lanier's Boys' King Arthur, 315. Ingersoll's

Friends Worth Knowing, 315. James's Washington

Square, 315. Ebers's An Egyptian Princess, 315. Smiles's

Duty, 470. Chandler's Mémoir of Governor Andrew,

471. Towle's Certain Men of Mark, 471. Riggs's Mary

and I, 471. Gough's, Sunlight, and Shadow,473. Ar-

nold's Poems, 472. Amicis's Holland and sts People,

473. Beaconsfield's Endymion, 473. Hardy's Trumpet-

Major,474. Oliphant's He Will Not When He May,474.

Payn's Confidential Agent, 474. Fleming's Head of

Medusa, 474. Wylde's Dreamer, 474. Buxton's From

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Art Suggestions from the Masters, 475. Saintsbury's

Primer of French Literature, 475. Browning's Modern

France, 475. Italian Principia, Part I., 475. Book of

Rhymes and Tunes, 475. Franz's Album of Songs, 475.

The Lovers of Provence, Aucassin and Nicolette, 475.

Payne's Home, Sweet Home, 475. Venable's Teacher's

irčam, 473." Toland's onli Ora, 475. Mrs. C. Willing's

Persephone, and Other Poems, 475. Leighton's Shaks-

peare's Dream, and Other Poems, 475. Coolidge's Guern-

sey Lily, 475. Lossing's Story of the United States

Navy. 476. Wetherall's Carl K rinken, 476. Beach's Al-

Jie's Mistake, 476. Shaw's In the Sunlight and Out of It,

476. Keith's Nobody's Lad,476. Meade's How Nora Crena

Saved Her Own, 476. Schliemann's Ilios, 630. Blaikie's

Life of Livingstone, 632. Myers's Wordsworth, 633.

Tennyson's Ballads and Other Poems, 633. Coolidos

Verses, 633. Goodale's All Round the Year, 633. Wal-

lace's Island Life, 634. Bird's Unbeaten Tracks in Ja-

an, 635. Holt's Earl Hubert's Daughter, 635. Yonge's

ve and Life, 636. Trollope's Dr. Wortle's School, 636.

Randolph's Little, Pansy, 636. Linton's The Robol, of

the Family, 636. Kip's Nestlenook, 636. Brodie's Elsie

Gordon, 636. Trollope's Life of Cicero, 791. Stevens's

Madame De Staël, 791. Goethe's Mother, 792. Memo-

rials of Frances o Havergal, 793. Lonsdale's Sister

Dora, 793. Coppée's History of the Conquest of Spain

by the Arab-Moors, 793. Forney's Anecdotes of Public

Men, 794. Jennings's Anecdotal History of the British

farliament, 794. A Century of Dishonor, 795. Van-

derbilt's Social History of Flatbush, 795. Dowden's

Shakspeare, 795. Black's Sunrise, 796. The Lost Cask-

et, 796. Eiloart's The Dean's Wife, 796. Hunt's The Pos

IRing, 796. Francillon's Under Slieve-Ban, 796. Rid-

ley's Better than Good, 796. Hay's Under Life's Key,

796. Scudder's Stories and Românces, 796. Boyesen’s

Ilka on the Hill-Top, 796. Mitchell's The Past in the

Present, 949. Fyffe's History of Modern Europe, 950.

Masson's Outlines of the History of France, 950.

Froude's Reminiscences of Carlyle, 950. Madame De

Witt's Guizot in Private Life, 951. Seward's Chinese

Immigration in its Social and Economical Aspects, 952.

Martin's The Chinese: their Education, Philosophy, and

Letters, 953. Legge's Religions of China, Conflicianism

and Taoism Described jo with Christianity,

953. Sayce's Chaldean Account of Genesis, 953. Har-

§: Cyclopedia of British and American i’oetry, 954.

Sibson's Poems of Many Years and Many Places, 954.

Whittier's King's Missive, and Other Poems, 954. De

Kay's Vision of Nimrod, 955. Miss Parloa's New Cook

Book, 955. Helen Campbell's Easiest Way of House-

keeping and Cooking, 956. Blackburne's Glen of Silver

Birches, 956. Townsend's Lenox Dare, 956. Don John,

956. The Leaden Casket, 956. Douglas's Lost in a

Great City, 956. Forney's New Nobility, 956. Reed's

Ida Vane, 956. Mrs. Hunt's Wards of Plotinus, 956.

.....Charles F. Thuring 101
..........C. Kegan Paul 912

I i.i.ustizatio N8.
George Eliot ........................ - - - - - - - - - - 913 Drawing-Room in which George Eliot's Recep-
Griff House, George Eliot's early Home. -- tions were given, at the Priory............ . 918
School-Room, Nuneaton................ Cheyne Walk, Chelsea....... - - - - - --
George Henry Lewes . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - George Eliot's Grave.......................... 920
Elizabeth Evans (“Dinah Morris")....
ELIOT, GEORGE.-HER JURY................................... .................Elizabeth Stuart Phclys 927

EMBROIDERY, ART- (with Twelve Illustrations).... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Alexander F. Oakey 693

ENGLISH LAKES AND THEIR GENII, THE (Illustrated)........Moncure D. Conway 7, 161,339

EXILE, FROM (with Turo Illustrations)..................................................... Julia C. R. Dorr 209

FAME OF THE CITY, THE............................... ----------- John Boyle O'Reilly 177

FANCY'S CHANCES................ --------------- -------------------------- Irose Hawthorne Lathrop 45

FARM IN SWITZERLAND, M.Y......... --- ...................S. H. M. Byers 685
FIRE DEPARTMENT, THE OLD NEW YORK VOLUNTEER............. G. W. Sheldon 191, 370
illustrations.

it.i.ustrations.

The old Stone House.......................... 685 In Haying-Time................ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 691
The Milkman ......... ... 687. Returning from the Vineyard... ............. 692
Tue Donkey Express.......................... 689

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The “Hay-Wagon”: Empire Engine, No. 42... 206 George W. Wheeler ...... - - - - 878
Southwark Engine, No. 38..................... 206 Harry Howard ........................ ---
Monument at Greenwood.. -- -- Tail-Piece.....

FIRE-FLY, THE.............................................................................. Margaret S. McLean 415

FOX, CHARLES JAMES, THE EARLY HISTORY OF................................ John Bigelow 419

FRENCH REPUBLIC, THE...................................... ...George Merrill 573

FROM EXILE, (with Two Illustrations)......... ------------------ -------------------------- .Julia C. R. Dorr 209

GATE OF THE ORIENT, THE........... ................................................... William Gibson 785

GOSPEL HISTORY IN ITALIAN PAINTING, THE....................... Henry J. Vandyke, Jun. 321

illustrations.

The Entombment: Giotto: from the Chapel of The Visitation: from the Chapel of the Arena,
the Arena, at Padua...: ............. . . . . . . 321 Padua. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Good Shepherd: Mosaic from the Mauso- The Temptation: Botticelli: from the Sistine
leum of Placidia, at Ravenna .............. 322 Chapel, Rome............................. 32S
Christ as Orpheus: from the Tomb of S. Domi. Jesus giving Keys to Peter: Perugino: from the
tilla, Rome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323 Sistine Chapel, Rome....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331
Adoration of the Kings: Mosaic from the Church The Last Supper: Embroidery from the Dal-
of S. Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna ........... 324 matica of the Vatican...................... 332
Mosaic from the Church of SS. Cosmo and Da- The Transfiguration: Raphael: from the Vatican 334
miano, Rome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 325 The Feast of Levi: Paul Veronese: in the Vene-
tiun Academy ............................. 337
GO WEST, YOUNG MAN........ --------------------------------------------------------------Poultney Bigelow 764
GRAVE-DIGGER, THE (with an Illustration).............................................. Robert Herrick 540
GREEN MOUNTAINS IN SUGAR-TIME, THE.................. ------------ ... William H. Rideing 641,
it. Lustrations.
Tapping .................. ::........ 641 The Sugar-Maker's Daughter ...

Gathering Sap in a Snow-Storm ..

A Green Mountain Country Dan
A Sugar Town in the Green Mountain

A Country Auction in Vermont..

A Sugar Shanty at Night .......... ... Old-fashioned Sugar Camp ......

HAMPTON AND CARLISLE, INDIAN EDUCATION AT (Illustrated)...... Helen W. Ludlow 659

HANDS OFF...................... -------------------------------------------------------------Educard Ererett Hale 582

HELPMEET FOR HIM, A.................................. --------------------------------- William M. Baker 596

HORSESHOE, THE LUCKY......................... ----------------------------------- --------James T. Fields 127

HORTICULTURE, POSSIBILITIES OF .................................................... .S. B. Parsons 515

it.i.d.strations.

Mr. H. W. Sargent's Garden on the Hudson ..... 515 Avenues formed by a Row of English Beeches. 520

Italian Garden at Mr. H. H. Hunnewell's, Welles- Artificial Foreground, at Mr. S. B. Parsons's,

ley, Mass., illustrating Topiary Work . . . . . . 517 Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521

The Å; proach to Mr. S. B. Parsons's House, Hedge Garden at Elvaston Castle, England .... 522

Fo: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Trimmed Holly................................ 522

Vista seen through trimmed Beech, at Mr. H. W. Artistic Group: Nordmann Fir, Weeping-Hem-

Sargent's, Fishkill-on-Hudson ............. 519 lock, Irish Yews, Gingko, Weeping-Sophora 523

“I HELD LOVE'S HEAD” (Illustrated).................................................... Robert Herrick 802

INDIAN CAMP, THE ............................................................................ J. T. Trowbridge 748

INDIAN EDUCATION AT HAMPTON AND CARLISLE....................... Helen W. Ludlow 659

it.i.d.streatioxs.

Little Indian Boys at Carlisle...... . . . . . . . . . . . . 659 Two Indian Girls after a Summer Visit to Berk-

Group of Indian young Men before Educa- shire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

tion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Little Indian Girl in her Room ................ 669

Group of Indian young Men after Education .. 661 Harness-making Apprentices, Carlisle......... 670

Negro and Indian Boys at Hampton ...: . 662 A Class-Room................................. 71

“Look at me; I will give you the Road' 663 Slate of little Sioux Boy after seven Months'

Group of Indian Girls before Education 664 Training at Carlisle. ...... 672

“We are not very poor little Things, are we?". 665 Tinner's Apprentices, Carlisle. 678

Indian Cooking Class, Hampton............... 666 Cook and his Daughter Grace .. . 674

INDIAN GIRL, THE (with an Illustration)...................................... Elizabeth Stuart Phelps 846

INSTITUTION, THE OLDEST, IN THE WORLD (Illustrated)...............‘...... W. H. Beard 46

IRELAND.—THE ARRAN ISLANDS (Illustrated).............. ---------------------------- J. L. Cloud 506

ITALIAN LIFE IN NEW YORK.......................................... . Charlotte Adams 676

rtilustrations.

Trnants from School .. . 676 The Monkeys' Training-School.

A Street-life Scene. 677 Old Houses in the Italian Quarte ... 6S3

An Italian Fete Day 79 Old Clothes Dealers ........................... 684

The Duet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 680

LAKES AND THEIR GENII, THE ENGLISH......................... Moncure D. Conway 7, 161,339

it.i.ustrations.

Windermere................................... 7 A Swan-Maiden ............................... 13
William Wordsworth. - - - - 8 Windermere, southward View ....... 15

Seeing the Lakes..... ---- ... 9 Professor Wilson's Cottage at Elleray..
Windermere Ferry .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 John Wilson .................................. 18

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Wordsworth's Seat, Grasmere ................. 339

LAODICEAN, A (with Fire Illustrations)............................Thomas Hardy 289, 449, 609, 769, 929

LEIDEN, THE UNIVERSITY OF (Illustrated) -------------------- ------- JV. T. Herrett 491

LIFE-ASSURANCE DOES ASSURE................................... ...... I'ev. Stephen II. Tyng, Jun. 754
LIFE-INSURANCE INSURE 7 DOES.................... --------------------------- ... Titus Munson Coan 273
LOOKING BACK................................................................................. .....H. R. Hudson 128

“LOVES HEAD, I HELD" (Illustrated). ... Robert Herrick 802
LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL...... ----------- ------------------------------ F. H. Underwood 252
Im. t.t's Titations.
James Russell Lowell ......................... 252 The Waverley Oaks .................... - ... 256
Home of James Russell Lowell, Cambridge.... 253 Wheel of the old Mill on Beaver Brook . .
James Russell Lowell, in his Thirty-sixth Year. 25.4 Fac-Simile of Stanza from Lowell's Poem “The
Beaver Brook .................... - - - - - - ... . . . . 255 Nest” ....................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 263
MARKET BELL, THE ........ ------------ ------------------------ ----------------------- Margaret E. Sangster 864

MERCEDES................

MERCY JONES, PATIENT (with an Illustration)

..James I’ussell Lowell 250
.......James T. Fields 248

------------------------------------ --------------- Sarah O. Jenrett 78

MRS. CABOT'S GUEST.............................................................................. H. E. Scudder 108
MRS. FLINT'S MARRIED EXPERIENCE.............................................. I'ose Terry Cooke 79
ily.to stratioxs.
“‘Oh!" said the astonished Widow”........... 82 “I come back. Amasy”.............. - - - - - - - ... 95
“What's the matter, Darling 2"................ S4 “You ain't a Fool, Parson Roberts” ..... ... 96

MUSIC AND MUSICIANS IN NEW YORK............ ----- - - - - - - - - - - - ---------------- ... Frederick Nast 803

ill-ustratioxs.

Theodore Thomas.......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 803 Dudley Buck.................................. 811

Leopold Damrosch ............................ 805 Rafael Joseffy. .
Žtelka Gerster ........................ ... . . . . 806 Franz Rummel.
Italo Campanini............................... 807 S. B. Mills....... - - -
Annie Louise '...'. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... SOS August Wilhemj....
Arthur Seymour Sullivan................. ..... 809 Edouard Reményi
Clara Louise Kellogg.... . . . . - - - - - - -- Emma C. Thursby

NATION IN A NUTSHELL, A..................... ------------ ............................George P. Lathrop 541

illustrations.

Sight-Seeing .................................. 5,41 Professor Newcomb......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 550
The Van Ness Mansion, Old and New.......... 542 A New York Newspaper Office at Washington. 551
The Corcoran Art Gallery ..................... 543 Southern Senators |. the Cloak-Room–Bayard,
Negro Shanties........ - - - - - - - ... 544 Gordon, Hampton, Lamar ......
A private Residence...................... ... .. 545 A Claimant ................ --
An Indian Reception at the White House... .. 547 The Supreme Court Chamber.........
Spencer F. Baird ................... ........... 549
NEIGHBORS, OUR NEAREST............ ---------------------------------- -------- ................ Alice Perry 279
OLDEST INSTITUTION IN THE WORLD, THE (with an Illustration)........... W. H. Beard 46
ORIENT, THE GATE OF THE................... ------ ----------------- --------- ------------ JJ’illiam Gibson 785
PAINTING, ITALIAN, THE GOSPEL HISTORY IN (Illustrated).....Henry J. Pandyke, Jun. 321
PATIENT MERCY JONES (with an Illustration)............. --------------------------- James T. Fields 248
PATROLLING BARNEGAT........................... ... Walt Whitman 701

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PITTSBURGH, THE CITY OF............................................... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - G. F. Muller 40

it.r.usrit.A.Tio Ns.

A Night Arrival ............................... 49 From the Pulpit............................... 60

View of Pittsburgh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Rolling Steel Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Block-House of Fort Duquesne................ 51 View at the Corner of Fisth Avenue and Wood

From the Bell Tower.... . . . . . . . . . . ... 52 Street . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................ 62

View of Pittsburgh from Coal Hill 53 Window-Glass Blowing ... 63

From the Hurricane Deck ...... 54 Oil-Refinery..... 64

At the Lock................ to, Pipe-Making . . . . 65

Coke-Burning......... ... 56 Stephen C. Foster . . . . . . . . ... 66

A Blast-Furnace........................... .... of Grave of Stephen C. Foster.................... 66

Steel-Works: Puddling .. 58 The Arsenal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 67

Emptying the Crucible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Saturday Evening at the Variety............... 6S
POTTERY IN THE UNITED STATES.............................................. ... Miss F. E. Fryatt 357
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Decorating-Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357 Charging a Riln............... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 364
Trenton and its Potteries........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 359 Drawing a Kiln ............................... 365
The Crusher: Slip-Hoom : Drawing the Press... 360 Section of Kiln.... ... 366
Throwing and Turning 361 Glaze-Room.... . . . . . . . . . . ... 367
Moulds......... 361 Section of Porcelain Kiln. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6S
The Batter ..... 362 Soup, Fish, Fruit, Coffee, and Tea es, for the
Moulding-Room .. 363 new White House Set ..................... 369
Section of Seggars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

POTTERY OF CINCINNATI, DECORATIVE (with Twenty Illustrations)...Mrs. Aaron F. Perry 834

PUSS TANNER'S DEFENSE ............................................................ Richard M. Johnston 433
QUAKER TOWN, OLD-TIME LIFE IN A............... ------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Howard Pyle 178
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Old Swedes Church, Wilmington .............. 180 William Cobbett's School ..................... 188
Going to Church ... . . . . . . . . . . 183 The Destruction of the Sign................... 189
At Evening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 The British in Wilmington .................... 190
The Umbrella—a curious Present 1S5

QUEEN, MINISTRY, LORDS, AND COMMONS, THE..................................... W. T. Daris 114

QWONG SEE, THE SIXTH YEAR OF................................................ Catherine Baldwin 70

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Dawn of New-Year............................ 71 Marketing for New-Year's Day ................ 74

New-Year's Motto: “Love one Another”...... 72 New-Year's Calls among the Merchants........ 75

Barber-Shop in Chinatown .................... 73 New-Year Calls of Children.................... 77

REVEILLE..................................................... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ada M. E. Nichols 107

SALISBURY CATHEDRAL (Illustrated).................................................... Arthur Gilman 650

... Henry O. Dwight 603
..Itose Terry Cooke 928
.... Sarah O. Jerrett 78

TWO STORMS.................................................................................... Sherwood Bonner 728
UNEXPECTED PARTING OF THE BEAZLEY TWINS, THE........... IRichard M. Johnston 879
“It was all she had to give”...................i go; there's any Person, 'specially of the Female
Sect,” etc. ... SS7

UNIVERSITY OF LEIDEN, THE......................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - JP. T. Heurett 491

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