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267; recommitted and members added, 267; report of Brazil, 298; scientific excursion from Carico in
of majority, 267; minority outmanæuvred, 267; fifteen Chili, 298; railway from Cordova to Jujuy, 298; Bol-
delegates retire, 267; remaining members continue laert's explorations in Southern Peru, 299 ; earth.
the sitting, 267; form a constitution, 268; action of qnakes in South America, 299; statistics of Europe,
convention, 268; adjournment, 268; absentees return, 299, 300; do. of Asia, 301, 302; explorations in China,
208; form a new convention, 268 ; new committees, the East-Indian Archipelago, Africa, Australia, etc.,
268; unreat four other members, 268 ; conflict of the 303, 304,
parties, 263 ; proceedings of the military, 268; reorgan- Georgia.-Reassembling of the convention, 305; subjecte
ization of convention, 269; constitution formed, 269 ; of discussion, 305 ; resolutions relative to powers,
its provisions, 269; on suffrage, 269; equality of ne- 305; constitution drafted, 306; declaration of princi.
groes, 269; declaration of rights, 269 ; candidates for ples, 306; military order, 306; the elective franchise,
office nominated, 270; order for a general election, 306; elections, 306; education, 307; finances, Sur;
270; result of the elections, 271; meeting of the Legis- measures of relief, 807; judiciary, 307; order of the
lature, 271; surrender of the government to the civil convention, 307 ; military interference, 308; resolg-
authorities, 272; military changes, 272 ; second session tions relative to political disabilities, 808; assassins.
of the Legislature, 272 ; proclamation of the Governor, tion of Ashburn, 308 ; election, 308; military order,
273; veto message, 273; bill passed, 273; the Governor 809; opposition convention, 309; nominations, S.;
impeached, 273; proclamation of the Lieutenant-Gov- address, 310; committee proceedings, 310; orders of
ernor, 274; declares Legislature adjourned, 274; Gov. General Meade, 310, further orders, 311; result of the
ernor Reed disregards the impeachment, 274; applies election, 311; Legislature convened, 312; eligibility
to the Supreme Court, 274 ; another proclamation of of members, 312; action of Congress, 312 ; change of
the Lieutenant-Governor, 275; judges sustain the military districts, 312 ; negro members of the Legis-
Governor, 275; quo warranto issued against the Lieu- lature, 313; legislated from their seats, 513; details,
tenant-Governor, 275; his proceedings, 275 ; new 313; proceedings, 314; Senators to Congress, 314;
Legislature meet, 275; impeachment set aside, 275; acts of the Legislature, 314; report on the state of the
its proceedings, 276; message of the Governor, 276; republic, 314; extract, 314; action of the Democrats,
finances, 276; taxation, 276 ; public lands, 277.

315; military organizations, 315; Governor's pre-
FORCE, PETER. --Birth, 277; death, 277; pursuits, 277.

lamation, 315; Republican mass meeting, $15; in-
France.- Area, 278; decrease of agricultural population, vestigation of disturbances, 316; Governor's procla.

278 ; population of each department, 279; colonial mation, 316; order of General Meade, 316, 317; ad-
possessions, 279; budget, 279; debt, 280; army, 280 ; dress of Democratic General Committee, 317; finances,
navy, 280 ; its condition, 280; commerce, 281; rail- 318.
roads, 281 ; Legislature, 281 ; discussion of the budget, Germany.- Population, 318 ; North-German Confedera-
281 ; reorganization of the army, 282; new loan, 282; tion, 319; area, 319; population, 319; army, 319; feet,
elections, 282 ; claims of the Napoleonic dynasty, 282; 319; convention with the United States, 319; budget

,
treaty with Mecklenburg, 283; between France and 820; Parliament, 320 ; South-German States, 320; cas-
Siam, 283 ; Eastern question, 283; France and the vention of Radical party, 320; resolutions, 320; labor
United States, 284; remonstrances on behalf of native question, 320; universities of Germany, 331.
Christians of Japan, 234.

Germany, The Press of, in 1868.-Number of political
France, The Press of, in 1868.-The press law, operation papers, 321 ; do. in proportion to population, 821;

of, 284; papers and circulation, 284; letter of the important events in the history of the German press,
Emperor, 284; new press law submitted to the Corps 822 ; changes in the laws, 322 ; action of Sarong, ;
Législatif, 285; how received, 285; by the press, 285; do. of Wurtemberg, 822; do. of Bavaria, 22; do, o
debates, 285; passed, 285; instructions to prefects of Prussia, 322; do. in Mecklenberg-Schwerin, 323; la
departments, 286; new papers started, 287; La Lan- the German provinces of Austria, 323.
terne, 287; imitators, 287; prosecutions, 287 ; change GIBSON, WILLIAM.–Birth, 323; death, 323 ; pursuits,
of the Moniteur Universel, 287 ; press trials, 288; Siècle, GILLESPIE, WILLIAM M.-Birth, 3:23 ; death, 323; pursuits,
288; Temps, 258; Avenir National, 288; Patrie, 288; 823.
weeklies, 288.

GILYER, JOHN A.-Birth, 324; death, 324; pursuits, 92.
French Exhibition.-One of the awards, 289; how awards GORTCHAKOFF,

Prince PETER D.-Birth, 344 ; death, 34;
given, 289; Pacific Mills Relief Society, 289 ; object,

career, 324,
289; organization, 290; success, 290.

GRANGER, FRANCIS.-Birth, 324; death, 321; career, 325
GRANT, General U. S.-Order relative to the oath c!

members of the Louisiana Legislature, 434; letter

relative to disturbances in Louisiana, 438, 499; 00:
GATES, General WILLIAM.-Birth, 201 ; death, 291; ca- respondence with the President relative to the office

of Secretary of War, 648; letter on the statements of
Geographical Explorations and Discoveries.--Limited re- members of the Cabinet, 656; retires from the We?

sults of the year, 291 ; death of explorers, 291 ; ex. Department, 742; letter to the President, 722;
plorations in the Arctic region, 292; Swedish expe- cepts the Republican nomination for President, 18;
dition, 292; German expedition, 292 ; Captain Hall, elected President, 753.
292; exploration of Greenland, 293 ; do. of Iceland, GRAYSON, WILLIAM.—Birth, 326; death, 326 ; parsais,
293 ; Alaska, 293 ; coast of Labrador, 293 ; British Co-
lumbia, 294; United States, 291; the Western region, Great Britain.-Area, 326; population, 32; goremment,
295 ; Lower California, 295; mountain elevations in 826; the Reform Bill, 326 ; reform bills of former years,
Mexico and Central America, 296; railroad explora- 326; occupation franchise, 327; lodger franchise,
tions from Lake Nic to the Atlantic Ocean, 297; property franchise, 327; occupation franchise in
explorations of the Belize River, 297; rain record of counties, 327 ; effects of the bill, 328; action of the
Hayti, 297 ; population and trade of South American Lords, 328; Reform Acts of Scotland and Ireland, :
States, 297; gold-fields of Venezuela, 293; statistics new Parliament to be elected, 328 ; Irish Church

reer, 291.

826.

.

question, 228; action of Parliament, 328 ; resignation 348; river tunnel, 348 ; new State-house, 318; peni-
of the ministry, 329 ; new ministry, 329 ; finances, tentiary, 348; insane hospital, 348; school for feeble-
830; expenditures, 330; army and navy, 330; com. minded, 348; deaf and dumb institution, 348; schools,
merce and trade, 331 ; shipping, 331 ; vital statistics, 349; university, 349; Democratic State Convention,
331 ; pauperism and crime, 331; educational statistics, 349; resolutions, 349; Republican Couvention, 350;
332.

resolutions, 350; results of the election, 351; Legis-
Greece.-Government, 332; area, 332 ; population, 332 ; lature, 351.

budget, 332 ; army and navy, 332; address of the King, Impeachment.--House Committee on, 145; resolution of
332; Chambers dissolved, 332 ; deputies from Crete the House to impeach President Johnson, 352; letter
appear at Parliament, 333; visit of the Metropolitan of Chief-Justice Chase to the Senate, 352; articles
to the American minister, 333; sympathy with Crete, of impeachment, 352–354 ; rules of procedure and
333; Greek answer to the Turkish ultimatum, 333.

practice in the Senate when sitting on the trial of
Græk Church.-Statistics, 334 ; invitation from the Pope, impeachments, 355 ; organization of the Court, 357;

334; address of the Patriarch, 331; his views on the managers, 357; counsel of the President, 358; answer
Ecumenical Council, 335; letter from Moscow, 335 ; of the President to the articles, 358-366; replication
Greek Church of Russia, 335; new archbishop, 336 ; of the House, 366; proceedings of the trial, 367, 369;
Church in Bulgaria, 336.

testimony in defence, 369-371 ; testimony in rebuttal,
GREENE, ALBERT G.–Birth, 336; death, 336; parsaits, 371; acquittal, 372.
336.

India, British.-Area, 372; population, 372; taking a new
GRISWOLD, JONN A.-Representative from New York, census, 372; financial exhibit, 373; public instruc-
124; on the repeal of the cotton tax, 193.

tion, 373; report of the English Society, 373 ; do. of

the Normal School, 373; report on Indian railways,
H

374; post-office department, 374; army, 374; scheme

of military barracks and forts, 374; a General Durbar,
HALL, JANES.-Birth, 336; death, 336; literary career, 336.

375 ; native States of India, 375; the Hindostan Wa-
HALL, WILLIS.-Birth, 336; death, 336; pursuits, 336.

babees, 375 ; arrests, 376.
HALPINE, Major-General CHARLES G.–Birth, 337; death, Indiana.-Political parties, 377; Democratic Convention,
337; career, 338.

377; nominations, 377; resolutions, 377; Republican
Hamburg.- Population, 338; budget, 339; debt, 339; im-

Convention, 377; nominations, 378; resolutions, 378;
ports, 339 ; exports, 339; army, 339; emigration, 339.

the political canvass, 378; election, 378; State debt,
HANCOCK, Major-General WINFIELD S.—Message of the

378; claims against the Federal Government, 378;.
President to the Senate relative to, 126 ; in command

House of Refuge, 379; Lynch law, 379; hanging of
of Fifth Military District, 727.

express robbers, 379.
HAWKS, CICERO S.-Birth, 339 ; death, 339 ; carcer, 339.

Indian War.-Efforts of peace commissioners, 379; trea-
Hayti.- Area, 339; population, 339; revenues, 339; debt,

ties made, 879; principal object of the treaties, 380 ;
339; loans, 339; coffee monopoly, 339 ; civil war, 339;

one cause of complaint with the northern Indians,
proclamation of Salnave, 340; appeal to the clergy,

380; military division of Missouri, 380; order of Gen-
310; Salnave-his history, 340, 341.

eral Sherman, 380; outrages committed, 381; do. in
HEAD, EDMUND W.-Birth, 341; death, 341; career, 341.

Kansas and Colorado, 381; localities, 381; activity of
HENDERSON, JOIN B.-Offers amendment to the Arkan-

troops, 381 ; skirmishes, 382; destruction of a Ca-
sas bill, 173.

manche village, 382; number of Indians, 382; sugges-
HENDRICKS, THOMAS A.-Senator from Indiana, 125; on

tions of General Sheridan, 332; peace commission-
the bill to secure equal rights in the District of Co-

ers' meeting, 383; resolutions, 383.
lumbia, 126 ; on the veto of the court bill, 191.

INGERSOLL, JOSEPH R.-Birth, 383; death, 383; pursuits,
Hesse Darmstadt.-Government, 341 ; area, 811 ; popula-

383.
tion, 341 ; budget, 341.

Iowa.-Area, 333; wheat crop, 383; population, 383; the
HOLMAN, WILLIAM S.-Representative from Indiana, 124;

Legislature, 383; resolutions on woman's suffrage,
on the impeachment of the President, 140.

383; on impeachment of the President, 383 ; on the
HOPKINS, JOHN HENRY.-Birth, 312; death, 342; career,

right of expatriation, 384; importation of cattle pro-
312.

libited, 884; State railroads, 384; Reform School,
HOWELL, ROBERT B. C.-Birth, 342; death, 312; pursuits,

384; treatment of delinquents, 385; act of registra-
343.

tion, 335; distinction between aliens and citizens
HUBBARD, RICHARD D.-Representative from Connecti-

abolished, 385; constitutional amendment, 385; Dem-
cut, 124 ; on the Supreme Court quorum, 188, 189.

ocratic Convention, 385; resolutions, 385; Republican
HUGHES, BALL.–Birth, 343; death, 343; career, 343.

Convention, 385; resolutions, 386 ; election, 386.
Hungary.--Population, 343 ; divisions; 343 ; ministry, Italy.-Government, 256 ; arca, 386 ; population, 386 ;
343; budget, 344 ; Diet, 344; Croatian delegation,

budget, 386; debt, 396; army, 386; navy, 386 ; univer-
34; address of the King to the army, 344; speech to

sities and students, 386; silk-trade, 386; woollens,
the Diet, 344; elections, 815; the political programme,

387; iron-mines, 387; marble, 387; agriculture, 387;
315.

tonnage, 387; railroads, 387; ministry, 387; finances,
Hydrogenium.–Base of bydrogen, 315; investigations,

387; report on, 387; financial measures, 388; meeting
345 ; conclusions, 345.

of Parliament, 389; the Roman question, 388; treaty

with Switzerland, 389; letter of Mazzini, 289 ; letter
1

of Garibaldi, 389.
Ilinois.-Area, 316; resources, 346; geological report,

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346; product of the mines, 346; receipts and ship-
ments of stock, 347; sales, 317 ; assessed property of Japan.--Area, 290; population, 390 ; commerce, 390; im-
the State, 347 ; pablic debt, 317; new plans for inter- portation of arms, 390; foreign tonnage, 390; products
nal improvement, 317; Illinois and Michigan Canal, of Japan, 390; imports and esports, 390; resignation

of the Tycoon, 390; opening of the ports, 391 ; con- Liechtenstein. -Area, 407; population, 407; revenue, 407.
spiracy of Daimios, 391; conflicts, 391; further trou- LINCOLN, LEVI.-Birth, 407; death, 407; pursuits, 407.
bles, 392; interference of foreign ministers, 392; in- LINSLEY, JOEL H.-Birth, 407; death, 407; purecite,
terview with the Mikado, 392; his ultimatum to the 407.
Tycoon, 393; his decree, 393; his friendly attitude, Lippe.-Government, 408; srea, 403; population, 408;
393 ; settlement of the difficulties, 394 ; finances, 394 ; budget, 408.
decree against the Christians, 395; effort to change Literature and Literary Progress.-Number of works,
the state religion, 396.

408; improvement in the trade, 408; most successful,
JESSUP, WILLIAM.-Birth, 396; death, 396 ; pursuits, 396. 408; classification of books, 409; biographies, 09:
JEUNE, FRANCIS.-Birth, 396; death, 396; career, 397.

special do., 409; genealogical works, 410; historical
JEWETT, CHARLES C.-Birth, 397; death, 397; pursuits, worke, 410; revolutionary period, 411; more recent,
397.

411; ecclesiastical, 412; polemnic theology, 412; didac-
JOHNSON, ANDREW.-Message relative to General Han- tive or narrative religious books, 413; physical sci-

cock, 126; message to the Senate relative to the Dis- ence, 415; natural philosopby, 415; chemistry, 415;
trict of Columbia Bill, 128; letter removing Secretary zoology, 415; geographical, 415; mineralogy, 415;
Stanton, 137; veto of the Arkansas Bill, 174; veto of political economy and political science, 417; mechan.
Supreme Court Bill, 190; veto of joint resolution rel- ical science and technology, 418; mathematical sci-
ative to the electoral college, 194; trial on impeach- ence, 418; education and philology, 419; classical
ment, 352; message at the second session of the

works, 420; law books, 42; medical treatises, 421;
Fortieth Congress, 641; correspondence with Gen- poetry and the drama, 422; foreign poems, 423; re-
eral Grant relative to the office of Secretary of War, views and works of criticism, 424; novels, 424; juTe-
648; letter to the members of the Cabinet as to the nile books, 425 ; illustrated works, 436; masic and
conversation with General Grant, 653; message on music collections, 426; travel and discovery, 497;
the removal of Secretary Stanton, 657 ; message sug. agriculture, 427.
gesting changes in the Constitution, 659; letter ap- LOGAN, JOHN A.—Representative from Ilinois, 194; 01
pointing General Thomas Secretary of War, 742; do. the impeachment of the President, 139.
to E. M. Stauton, 742; vote in the Convention, 748; LORD, DANIEL.–Birth, 428; death, 428; career, 42.
letter to Mr. Seymour on entering the presidential Louisiana.—The Constitutional Convention, 438 ; tas-
canvass, 752; amnesty proclamation, 753.

tion, 428; applications to the military commander,
JOHNSON, HEMAN.-Birth, 397; death, 397; pursuits, 397. 428; social rights, 428; citizenship, 429 ; qualiñcations
JOHNSON, REVERDY.-Senator from Maryland, 124; on of voters, 429; eligibility to office, 42; contraction

the bill to secure equal rights in the District of Co- of debt, 429; orders of General Hancock, 430; re-
lumbia, 127; on President's reply to resolution of moval of city officers, 430; finances, 430; orders reis.
Senate, 128; on reconstruction, 156 ; on the action of ting to registration, 431; do. relating to elections, 431;
Ohio, 196 ; on the Arkansas Bill, 171 ; minister to Democratic Convention, 432; resolutions, 432 ; order
England, 216, 329.

relative to political organizations, 433; order re's
JUNCKER, HENRY D.-Birth, 398; death, 398; pursuits, tive to the discharge of freedmen, 433; result of the
393.

election, 433; municipal election in New Orleans,
JUNKIN, GEORGE.-Birth, 398; death, 398; pursuits, 398. 433; admission of Louisiana to the Federal Union,

434; oath of members of the Legislatare, 434; Grant's

order, 434; Democrats admitted to seats, 134; adop
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tion of the Fourteenth Amendment, 431; the govert-

ment transferred to the civil authorities, 434 ; charge
Kansas.-Action of the Legislature, 399 ; financial con-

of commanding officers, 435; acts of the Legislatare,
dition, 399; claims against the Federal Government,

435; school system for the State, 435; finances of
100; taxable property, 400; productions of 1867, 400 ;

New Orleans, 436; registration law, 436; qualifica-
new capitol, 400; penitentiary, 400; condition of the

tions of voters, 436; interpretation of the law, 437;
public schools, 400; railroads, 400; bore the brunt of

notice of election, 437; Democratic Convention, 457;
the Indian War, 401; Republican Convention, 401 ;

resolutions, 437; disturbances in other parishes, 438;
Democratic Convention, 401; elections, 401.

letter of the Governor to Washington, 438; remarks
KEAN, CHARLES J.-Birth, 401; death, 401; carcer, 402.

of the press, 438; instructions from Washington, 43S;
KEARNY, LAWRENCE.-Birth, 402; death, 402; career,

relations of the military forces to the civil authori-
403.

ties, 439; riotous demonstrations, 439; dispatches to
KELLY, WILLIAM D.-Representative from Pennsyl-

and from Washington, 439; outbreaks, 440; conflict
vania, 124; on the impeachment of the President,

at St. Bernard's, 440; orders of the Secretary of War,
138; on suffrage to blacks, 185.

440; address of General Rousseau, 140; chief of po
Kentucky.-Legislative sessions, 404; acts and resolu-

lice, 440, 441; presidential election, 411 ; the crops,
tions, 404; memorial to Congress against the exclu-

441.
sion of representatives, 404; resolutions on a general LOVER, SAMUEL.—Birth, 441 ; death, 441 ; writings, 411,
amnesty, 401, 405; penitentiary, 405; insane asylums, LowRIE, WALTER.–Birth, 441; death, 441 ; pursuits,
405; school system, 405 ; State expenses, 405 ; politi- 442
cal conventions, 405.

Lubeck.- Area, 412; population, 442; religions, 442; bude
KRUMMACHER, FRIEDRICH W.-Birth, 405; death, 405;

get, 442; commerce, 442; shipping, 442.
pursuits, 406.

Lutherans.-Statistics, 442 ; Convention of the General

Synod, 443; reports, 443; article of doctrine, 143;
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General Council, 443; test of membership, H3; dec.

laration of principles, 443; statistics in Europe, 441;
. LEUTZE, EMANUEL.–Birth, 406; death, 406; career, 406. General Conference, 445; Synod of Sweden, 415.
Liberia.-Government, 407; area, 407; population, 407; Luxemburg.-Government, 415 ; area, 445 ; population.
public officers, 407.

445; debt, 445; army, 445.

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cold on metals, 466; science of alloys, 467; new mode
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of toughening and refining gold, 467 ; desilvering lead

by zinc, 467; reduction of oxide of copper by sugar,
MACBRIDE, JOIN D.-Birth, 445; death, 415; pursuits, 467 ; refining copper, 468; tinning copper vessels, 468;
415.

crystallized tin foil, 468; the Heaton steel process, 468,
Madagascar.-Government, 446; Constitution, 446; meas- 469; the Siemens-Martin steel process, 470; other new
ures against foreigners, 446.

steel processes, 470 ; Bessemer process and spectrum
Vagnetic Needle, Variations of.-Commission appointed analysis, 470; the Ellerhausen wrought-jron pro-

under Maine Legislature, 446; report, 446; details cess, 471; coating iron with copper, 472; purification
respecting variation, 446.

of iron, 472; decarbonizing cast iron, 473; alloy of
Maine.- Population, 447; real and personal estate, 447; tungsten and iron, 473.

manufactures, 447; railroads, 447; State finances, Meteoric Iron. -Description of a specimen, 474; analysis
447; schools and scholars, 447; State Reform School, of varieties, 474.
447; Maine liquor law, 447 ; the death penalty, 448; Meteors.—The November shower, 474 ; report of Professor
views of the Governor, 448; Democratic Convention, Newton, 474, 475; other reports, 475, 476 ; report
448; nominations, 448; resolutions, 448; Convention from Dudley Observatory, 476; from the National
of Conservative soldiers, 449; Republican Conven- Observatory, 477; from the Greene Spring School,
tion, 449 ; nominations, 449; resolutions, 449; Sol- 477 ; extraordinary meteor in Brazil, 477; explosion
diers and Sailors' Convention, 449; election, 449.

of a meteoric body in Kansas, 478.
MANLY, BASIL.–Birth, 450 ; death, 450; pursuits, 450. Methodists.-Annual Conferences and statistics of the
MANN, ABIJAH, Jr.-Birth, 450 ; death, 450 ; pursuits, Meth. Epis. Church, 478; statistics of principal so-
450.

cieties, 478, 479; appropriations, 479; General Confer-
MARSA, JOHN.-Birth, 450; death, 450; pursuits, 451.

ence, 479; report on lay delegation, 480 ; Church
Maryland. - – The Legislature, 451; subject of public South, 480; Methodist Protestant, 480 ; Wesleyan

schools, 451 ; new system, 451 ; funds, 451; studies, Connection, 480; Free Methodists, 480; Evangelical
451 ; school year, 452; commissioners, 452; trustees, Association, 480; statistics, 481; African Episcopal,
452; Normal School, 452; taxes, 452; school fund, 481; Zion Church, 481; Methodists in Canada, 481 ;
452; acts of the Legislature, 452; Sunday law, 452; Wesleyan Connection in Great Britain, 481 ; British
protest relative to the case of Senator Thomas, 453; Primitive Methodists, 482; United Free Churches,
Freedmen's Bureau, 453; letter relative to colored 482; New Counection, 482; Bible Christians, 482 ;
people, 453; Republican State Convention, 453; reso- Church Methodists, 482.
lutions, 453, 454; its action repudiated, 454; a Bolters' Mexico.-Area, 483; population, 483 ; States in their order,
Convention, 451; Soldiers and Sailors' Convention, 433; surface of the country, 483; rivers and lakes,
454; Democratic Convention, 455; resolutions, 455; 483; geographical formation, 484; climate, 484; vege-
nominations, 455; election, 455; finances of the State, tation, 484; races of population, 485; aboriginal in-
455; assessed value of property, 455; property of habitants, 485; products of the soil, 485; mineral re-
the State, 455 ; damages hy floods, 456.

sources, 485; manufactures, 486 ; education, 486;
Massachusetts.-A long Legislative session, 456 ; sale-of- insurrections during the past year, 487 ; plot to assag-

liquor regulation, 426; Governor's views, 456 ; act of sinate the President, 487; revolutionary movements,
the Legislature, 456 ; message, 456 ; censure of the 487; pretensions of Martinez, instructions to him,
Governor, 456 ; proceedings of the committee, 457 ; 487; his proceedings, 488; rebellion in Sinaloa, 488 ;
Temperance Convention, 457; effect of the probibitory grounds of complaint, 488; address of Rivera, 488;
law, 457; State constabulary, 457; attempt at repeal, pronunciamiento, from Sierra Gorda, 489; other in-
457; failure, 457; suffrage for women, 457; resolu- surrections, 488 ; one cause of dissatisfaction, 490 ;
tions of Federal relations, 458; appropriations, 458 Congress, 490; judiciary, 490; Romero, 490; quiet in
Hoosac Tunnel, 458; railroads, 458; institutions of the summer, 490; relcase of Ortega, 491 ; fate of Pa-
reform and charity, 458; schools, 459; Anances, 459 ; toni, 491; address of the President to Congress, 491;
Democratic Convention, 459 ; resolutions, 459 ; resolu- finances, 491; treaties, 491.

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tions of Republican Convention, 460; elections, 460. Michigan.-Receipts and expenditures, 492 ; debt, 492 ;
MATTISON, HIRAX.-Birth, 460; death, 460; pursuits, 460. receipts from taxes, 493; the domain granted by the
McCALL, GEORGE A.-Birth, 461 ; death, 461; military ca- Federal Government, 493; Republican State Conven.
reer,
461.

tion, 493; resolutions, 493 ; vote on the revised con-
McCARDLE.-His case in Congress, 192.

stitution, 494; do, on biennial sessions, 494 ; do. on the
McCARTHY, DENNIS.-Representative from New York, anti-license section, 491 ; Democratic Convention,
124; on the repeal of the cotton tax, 199.

494; resolutions, 494; election results, 495 ; the Legis.
MCDOWELL, Major-General IRWIN.-Takes command of lature, 495; penitentiary, 496 ; allowance to prisoners,
the Fourth Military District, 514; removes the State

House of Correction, 496; State Reform School,
officers, 514.

497 ; Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Asylum, 497; Insane
McRAE, JOHN J.-Birth, 461; death, 461; pursuits, 461. Asylum, 496; wheat crop, 497; salt, 493 ; gypsum,
Mecklenburg.-Government, 462; area, 462; population, 498; Sault St. Marie Canal, 498 ; iron-mining, 498 ;

462; debt, 462; army, 462; change of old institutions, copper-mining, 493; schools, 499; State University,
462; Diet, its action, 462; complaints against the new 499.
system, 462, emigration, 463.

Military Commissions.-Case of Surratt, 499; do. of Jef-
Melodeon, The Silent.-By whom invented, 463; its fea- ferson Davis, 499; McArdle case, 499.
tures, 463; its scope, 463.

MILMAN, HENRY H.-Birth, 499; death, 499; career, 500.
MERVINE, WILLIAM.-Birth, 463; death, 463; naval career, Minnesota.-Population, 500; finances, 501 ; debt, 501 ;
463.

war expenditures, 501 ; taxable property, 501 ; school
Metals.-Rhodium, 461; vanadium, 464 ; molybdenum statistics, 501; university, 502; grant of Congress,

and chromium, 465; niobium and tantalam, 466 ; 502; Historical Society, 502; Deaf and Dumb Asylum,
aluminium bronze, 466 ; magnesium, 466; cffect of 502 ; Reform School, 502 ; State Prison, 502; soldiers'

496;

bounty, 503; charitable institutions, 503 ; supplies for Nebraska.- Area, 528; population, 528; new capital, 52% ;
sufferers in the British possessions, 503 ; land under railroade, 528 ; assessments, 6:29; cordition and re-
cultivation, 501; mineral wealth, 504; railroads, 504; eources, 529; echool lands, 529; coal-fields, 529; inter-
manhood suffrage in the Legislature, 501; manner of nal improvements, 530; railroads, 530; immigration,
voting on it, 501; Democratic Conventio 505; reso- 530; organization of the militia, 530; Attorney-Gen-
lutions, 505; Republican Convention, 506; acts of the eral's office, 531 ; education, 531; Normal School,
Legislature, 506.

531; State Library, 531; insane, 531 ; penitentiary,
Mississippi.Vigor of military rule relaxed, 506; orders, 532; Republican Convention, 532; resolutions, 5;

506; delusions of freedmen, 506; convention to frame Democratic Convention, 532; suffrage qualifications,
& constitution, 506; the Conservative element, 506 ; 532.
memorial to Congress for power to declare civil Netherlands.-Area, 532; population, 532; army, 512;
offices vacant, 507; protest, 507; extract, 507 ; proc- navy, 532; debt, 532; commerce, 532; railways, 53:
lamation of the Governor relative to conspiracies elections, 533 ; opening of the Chambers, 533; pro-
to seize State lands, 503 ; his statement, 508; state ceedings, 533; new ministry, 533.
of the treasury, 608; relief measures, 508; the Nevada.-Elections, 633; saffrage question, 533 ; liabili-
constitution, 503 ; bill of rights, 509 ; suffrage ties in the transport of passengers, 533; opinion of
qualifications, 503 ; political equality, 510; efforts Justice Miller, 534 ; railroads, 531; mining operations,
to effect a compromise, 510; school system, 510; 634; White Pine district, 531; its features, 534; yield,
lotteries, 510; preparations for election, 610; ordi- 534; the ore, 534.
nance relative to contracts, 511 ; opposition con- New Hampshire.-Finances, 535; war bounties, 533 ;
vention, 511 ; resolutions, 511 ; action of the organization of the militia, 535; report of the Adje-
Democrats, 511; Republican platform, 511; Demo- tant-General, 535; codification of the laws, 533 ; rate
cratic Convention, 511; resolution on the enormities of interest, 535; common schools, 636; statistics, 538;
of the radical party, 512 ; disclaimer as to slavery, Agricultural College, 536 ; State Geological Surrey,
512 ; resolutions on the Constitutional Convention, 537; State Library, 537 ; Asylum for the Insane, 537;
612; address to associations, 513; another conven- deaf and dumb, 537; penitentiary, 538; convicts, 558;
tion, 513; address to freedmen, 513; military order as commutation of punishment, 533 ; State Reform
to elections, 513; McDowell in command, 514; order School, 533 ; banking institutions, 538 ; insuracce
removing State officers, 514; resistance of the Gov. commissioners, 538; agricultural resources, 533 ; pres.
ernor, 514; correspondence with the Provisional ervation fish, 539; Democratic Convention, 533;
Governor, 514, 515; results of the election, 515; fail- resolutions, 539 ; Republican Convention, 54); eles.
ure of the constitution, 515; proposal to choose pres- tions, 640.
idential electors forbidden, 516; claims of the Re- New Jersey.- Proceedings of the Legislature, 540; with-
publicans, 616; statements, 516 ; resolutions, 516 ; drawal of assent to the fourteenth amendment of the
convention of land-owners, 516.

Federal Constitution, 640; declaration of the preamble,
Missouri.- Population, 517; immigration, 517; assessed 640; objections to the amendment, 540 ; veto of the

value of property, 517; railroads, 517; aid of the Governor, 541 ; passage over the veto, 511 ; action of
Legislature, 517; penitentiary, 518; public schools, Congress, 541; indignation of the Legislature, 541;
518; registration act, 518; its features, 518, 519; Demo- its resolutions, 541 ; the question of negro sufrage,
cratic Convention, 519; Republican Convention, 520 ; 541; repeal of the registry law, 542; Republican Cun-
resolutions, 520; second convention, 520; resolutions, vention, 512; resolutions, 542; Democratic Corren.
520 ; Democratic Convention, 521; nominations, 521 ; tion, 512; resolutions, 542, 543; second convention,
resolutions, 521; registration, 521; result of the elec- 543; results of election, 543 ; doties from railroads,
tion, 521 ; taxation, of the State University, 521; 543; State finances, 643 ; children, 544; bridging the
opinion of the court, 521; statue of Thomas H. Ben- Delaware, 544; rights of the Episcopal clergy, 54;
ton unveiled, 522.

penitentiary, 544.
Monagas, José T.--Birth, 522; death, 522 ; career, 522. New York.-Constitutional Convention, 541; features
MOREHEAD, CHARLES S.-Birth, 622 ; death, 522 ; career, of the new constitution, 544 ; session of the Legii
522.

lature, 645; resolutions, 545; general legislation,
MORRILL, JUSTIN S.-Senator from Vermont, 124; on the 515; railroad claims for help, 545; action of the
cotton tax, 200.

Legislature, 645; veto, 545 ; mismanagement of
MORTON, OLIVER P.-Senator from Indiana, 124 ; on re- the Erie Railroad, 616; reports of investigating con
construction, 153.

mittee, 546; charges made by a member of the
House, 546 ; proceedings, 546; the canal system, 546

a Canal Convention, 547; resolution, 517; the action
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recommended, 547; action of the Legislature, 517;
NARVAEZ, RAMON N.-Birth, 523 ; death, 523 ; career, 523. report of a committee to the Republican Conventios,
Navy of the United States.-Reduction of the force, 524 ; 547; views of Democratic and Republican Contes-

European squadron, 524; ships, 524 ; commander, tions, 548; impeachment of a canal commissionet,
524 ; cruise of Admiral Farragut, 524, 525 ; Asiatic 548; convention to protest against British impriso
squadron, 525; ships, 625; commander, 525; visits ment, 618 ; Republican Delegate Convention, 54;
to Japan, 525; change of commanders, 525; North Working-men's Couvention, 549; Republican Nomi-
Atlantic squadron, 626; ships, 526; commanders, 526 ; nating Convention, 549; resolutions, 549; Democratic
South Atlantic squadron, 520 ; ships, 526 ; commander, Nominating Convention, 549; resolutions, 549; eles-
626 ; North Pacific squadron, 526; ships, 526 ; com- tions, 550;

decision of Court of Appeals on test-ratis,
mander, 526 ; South Pacific squadron, 527; ships, 527; 550; revenues of the State, 551 ; debt, 551 ; finances of
commander, 627; earthquake on South American the canals, 551 ; salt-springs, 651; penitentiaries, 352.
coast, 527; tidal wave, 527; standard for the navy, 527 ; North Carolina. -State Constitutional Convention, 552;
academy, 5:27; surveys, 527; receipts and expendi- exclusion of reporters, 552 ; bill of rights, 552; time
tures, 527.

of elections, 552 ; oaths, 552 ; judiciary, 552 ; elective

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