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WESTERN JOURNAL,

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Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic Arts, Internal Im-

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PUBLIC POLICY,

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ST. LOUIS :
PRINTED BY M. NIEDNER & CO., COR. OF PINE & THIRD STREETS,

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

JUL 1 1914
CHARLES ELLIOTT PERKINS
MEMORIAL COLLECTION

XII

TO THE TWELFTH VOLUME OF THE WESTERN JOURNAL

AND CIVILIAN.

ARTICLES BY THE SENIOR EDITOR.

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Duty on Railroad Iron ........
Free Banking .................................
Interest Laws of Missouri......
Limited Partnerships.... .......
Treaty between the United States and Mexico. Mesilla Valley.

Railroad ...............
The New Territories: Nebraska and Kansas ....
Navy Yard at Memphis ........................
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ARTICLES BY THE JUNIOR EDITOR.
Geological Survey of Missouri............
Pacific Railroad-Equity Shares.....
Railroads in Arkansas.............
Literary Notices..................
German Philosophy ..................
Credit, Gold and Silver................
St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans Railroad.......
St. Louis, Paducah and Nashville Railroad Connection.......
Germany-Taste. Translated from the French of Mad. De Stael......
The Cross. A Poem. ....................

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The Way to Heaven. A Poem .....................
Let me think in my heart. A Poem ..........................
Sketch of a Beauty. A Poem..............

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CONTRIBUTIONS.

Valley of the Ohio. Its conquest and settlement by Americans. By Mann

BUTLER, Esq, of Missouri...... .............8, 111, 159, 239, 313, 400
The Critical and Miscellaneous Essays of Christopher North, [Professor
Wilson). By ALGERON.........

.......... 71
Dependence of Mind upon Matter. By PEARCE C. GRACE, Esq., of Mo... 137
Universal Prime Mover. By Alex. J. GRAHAM, of St. Louis, Mo......... 273
Angel Child. A poem, by LETTIE, of Lexington, Ky...................... 303
Memory of Friends. A poem, by HARRY..........

........... 304
Africa and African Slavery. By Hugh A. Garland, Esq., of St. Louis.. 338
England and the Slave Trade. By Hugh A. GARLAND, Esq., of St. Louis 415

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C.

GENERAL INDEX TO THE TWELFTH VOLUME.

i Commercial aspects of California, 362.
Africa and African Slavery, 338. Cotton: its culture and commerce in In-
Agricultural Capacity of California, dia, 420.
264.

Credit, Gold and Silver, 118.
Agriculture: Its essentials and non-es Cross: a poem, 227.
sentials, 450.

Cultivation of Taste by Farmers,
Amazon Valley: Its climate and pro 418.
ductions, 96.

D.
Angel Chilj, a poem by Lettie of Ky., Decomposition of rocks and production
304.

of metals, 276.
Arkansas Railroads and Land Grants, Dependence of mind upon matter, 137.
64.

E.
Arkansas trade with St. Louis, 134. Education Statistics:-Census of 1850,
Australia, produce of gold, in, 379.

438.
B.

England and the Slave Trade, 415.
Banking: Free Banks, Banking Corpo European War : Proballe effects on
rations, 154.

American securities, 25.
Banks: How Savings Banks get rich,
428.

Forest Mining Co., 59.
Banks and Banking in Indiana, 431. Freinont's Expedition to the Pacisic in
Banks of Illinois. Commissioner's re the winter of 1853-4, 184.
port, 436.

| Fruits of Oregon, wild and cultivated,
Banana, Culture of, in Florida, 446.
Bartleit's Personal Narrative of the
country between San Antonio, Texas,

Galvanized Iron, 430.
and the Pacific, 251.

Gas: Cast and consumption of, in 34
Beauty, a sketch, 228.

cities in the U. S., 380.
Boone, Daniel, taken prisoner by the Geological survey of Missouri, 1.
Indians, 14.'

German Philosoplıy, 68, 135.
Bricks, new style of manufacture, 351. | Germany: Taste. Froni the French of

Mad. De Stael, 225.
Cahokia, Great Indian Council at, 246. Gold : Amount dcposiled in the U. S.
California, its Agricultural Copacities, 1 mint in the year 1853, 173. Forma.

264. Its commercial aspects. Prices | tion of gold, 276. Shipment of gold
of flour and other commodities. Vac- ! froin California during the fist six
ant houses in San Francisco. Ship months of 1853 and 1854, 367. Pro-
ment of gold, &c., 362.

duce of gold in Australia, 379.
Chambers, A. B., Obituary notice, 149. Graham, A. J., Inrentor of Prime
Chicago, Statistics of trade, manufac. | Mover, 273.

tures, &c. History of it's improve- | Great Britain: Its Iron trade, 60. Its
ments, public and private, 43, 124. I Railroads, 313.
Completion of the railroad from Chi- 1 Gutta Percha: Its history, manufacture,
cago to Alton, 376.

uses, &c., 85.
Cleveland and St. Louis air line Rail-

H.
road, 374.

Harry and Jule; a poem, 152.
Coffee, Trade, Imports, Prices, &c., Heart, Let me think &c., a poem, 228.

Heaven, the way to. A poem, 227.
Commerce of Chicago, 43, 124. Com. Helena, Ark.: Its railroad and com-
merce of the United States, 282 to mercial prospects, 370.
292, and 352 to 357. Commerce be- | Herndon, Lieut., his expedition in the
tween St. Louis and Arkansas, 134, | valley of the Amazon, 96.
and between St. Louis and the South, | Hickman, Ky.: Its trade with St. Louis,
294.

294.
Clark, Gen. George R., Negotiations
with Virginia for the Illinois cam- | Illinois: Bank Commissioner's Report,
paign; his march to Kaskaskia, in 436.
1778; capture of Kaskaskia, 159. His Indiana: Bank Commissioner's Report,
notions of Indian negotiations, 238. | 431.
His plan for recovering Vincennes Interest laws of Missouri, 229.
from the British, 319. His second | Iron interests of the U. S. Railroad

invasion of the Indian country, 400. projects, &c., 20.
Commercial Regulations: Treaty be. Iron Company at Cleveland, Ohio, 59.

tween the United States and Japan, Prices of Iron, 59. Iron Trade of
368.

Great Britain, 60. Duties on Rail.

360.

road, 387.

road iron discussed, 77. New method
of rolling railroad iron, 301, Gal- Public Lands, Pre-emption laws, edut
vanized iron, 430.

cation endowments, Railroad grans,

&c., 37,
Japan: Treaty with the U. S., 368. Pacific Railroad, Mo., Equity Shares
K.

&c., 63,
Kansas Territory, the Act of organıza-

Pacific Railroad Convention in Cali-
tion, boundary, &c., 305.

fornia, 296.
Kaskaskia : Its capture by Col. Clark,

Partnerships, limited, 238.

Prime Mover, Universal, Graham's in-
166.
Keokuk and Muscatine Railroad, 374.

vention, 273. : :

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Railroads. Pacific Railroad, Mo.,
Lake Erie, Wabash and St. Louis rail-

Equity shares, &c., 62. Frémont's

exploration of the central route. 184.
Lander, Col., His opinion respecting a

Southern route, 250. Central route
railroad route to the Pacific, 299.

convention in California, 296. Rail-
Lands, public, Statistics of the General

roads in Arkansas, 64. Midland R.
Land Office, 44.

R., 224. Breaking ground at Hele-
Lands, public, Speech of Mr. Perkins,

na, 300. Mississippi, Ouachita and
of La., on a proposition to transfer

Red River Railroad breaking grounds
them to the States, 381. Law gradu-

301. Railroads concentrating at Hei
ating the price of the public lands,

lena, Ark., 370. Mobile and Obt-
399.

Railroad, Engineer's Report, 173. So.
Let me think in my heart, a poem, 228.

Louis, Memphis and New Orleans
Libraries, public, 22.

Railroad, 212. St. Louis, Paducah
Life among the Mormons, 279.

and Nashville Railroad Connection,
Limited Partnerships, 238.

220. Railroads in Great Britain, Re-
Literary Notices, 67.

port for 1853, 313. Keokuk and
M.

Muscatine Railroad, 374. Clevelan.
Memory of Friends, a poem, 301. and St. Louis air line railroad; it
Memphis Navy Yard and Western Riv-

progress, length of straight lines
ers, 348.

curves, grades, &c., 374. Obio and
Mesilla Valley; 251.

Mississippi railroad open to Carlyle,
Mexico, Treaty with the United States, 376. Chicago and Mississippi Rail-
1854, 260.

road completed, 376. Mississippi &
Mind, dependence of on matter, 137. Tennessee Railroad, Engineer's Re-
Mining and Metallurgy of the Ancient, port, 377. Lake Erie, Wabash and
411.

St. Louis Railroad, Progress of the
Mint of the United States; Annual Re work, 378. Railroad iron, shall the
port, 173.

duties on be repealed ? 77.
Mississippi, Ouachita and Red River Railroad iron, improved method of rol-
Railroad, 301.

ring bars, 301.
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad;| Rocks, decomposition of, and recom-
Engineer's Report, 377.

position of their metalic coin position,
Mobile and Ohio Railroad; Engineer's! 276.

Report, 191.
Mohave Índians, 336. A

St. Louis and Arkansas Trade, 134.
Mormons, life among, 379.

Trade with Hickman, Ky., Tennessee
N.

and Arkansas Rivers, 204. St Louis
Navy Yard at Memphis, 348.

civil statistics - Mayor's message,
Nebraska Territory, 305. Law organ-

197. St. Louis, Memphis and New
izing, 311.

Orleans Railroad, 212. St. Louis,
Newspapers and public libraries, 22.

Paducah and Nashville railroad cuo-
North, Christopher, [Professor Wil-

nection, 220.
son;] his critical and miscellaneous

Savings Banks, how they get rich, 428.
Essays--Notice of his death, 70.

Slavery in Africa and in the United
0.

States, 338.
Ohio Valley : Its conquest and settle. Slave trade, history of, as carried on by
ment by Americans, 8, 111, 159, 239, England, 415.
319, 400.

Steel, manufacture of, 61.
Okio and Mississippi Railroad open to Stone, manufacture of, by L. S. Roo
OCarlyle, 376.

bing, N. Y., 121.
egon, its fruits, wild and cultivated, Sugar trade and sugar crop of Louisi.
93.

ana, 358.

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