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franchise, 552; right of suffrage, 552; education, 552 ;
homesteads, 553; constitutional amendments, 553;
objections, 553; election provisions, 553; military
order of General Canby, 553; Conservative Conven-
tion, 534; resolutions, 554; Republican Convention,
551; nominations, 554; election, 654; organization
of the State government, 554; protest of Governor
Worth, 554; Legislature convened, 555; reconstruc-
tion consummated, 555 ; resolutions of the Conserva-
tives, 556; militia act, 556; registration act, 556 ;
conventions, 557; elections, 557 ; railroads, 557;

finances, 557; debt, 557.
NoYES, GEORGE R.-Birth, 557; death, 557 ; pursuits, 557.

Obituaries, American.-Barrows, Willard, 558; Sher-

maa, Sylvester G., 558; Guidicini, Ginseppe, 568 ;
Bingham, Daniel H., 558; Cooley, Mrs. Nancy, 558 ;
Reed, Lieutenant John H., 558; Hasseltine, Miss A.
C., 558; Steele, General Frederick, 558; Huskins,
Mrs., 558; Campbell, John H., 559 ; Dick, James T.,
559 ; Dill, Vincent L., 559; Davis, James, 559 ; Van-
derbergh, Federal, 559; Lord, Nathan L., 559; Dean,
Amos, 559; Harvey, J. H., 559 ; Mott, James, 559 ;
Huntington, Charles P., 560.

Leeser, Isaac, 560; Marigny, Bernard de M., 560 ;
Lyons, James G., 560 ; Gilliams, Jacob, 560; Herrick,
Anson, 560 ; DeWitt, Richard V., 560; Richard on,
John F., 561; Gambell, Willard P., 561 ; Okee-wah,
Mrs. M., 561; Fendall, Philip R., 561 ; Simpson, Au-
gustus W., 561 ; Swain, William M., 561 ; Sewall,
Samuel, 561; Gannon, Mary, 561 ; Hall, George W.,
562; Taylor, Benjamin O., 562; Ford, Thomas H.,
562; Asboth, Major-General A. S., 562.

Holt, J. J., 563 ; Baxter, Portus, 563; Burroughs,
Charles, 563; Cooper, Mrs. Julia D., 563; Lincoln,
Isaac, 563 ; Andrews, Timothy P., 563; Carter, Josiah
M., 563 ; Freeman, Peyton R., 563; Goodrich, Chaun-
cey, 563; Quin, James M., 564; Gray, John, 564;
Hartstene, Henry J., 564 ; Parker, Edward G., 561.

Ashburn, George W., 564; Parker, James, 564;
Smythe, William E., 565; Howell, Robert B. C., 565 ;
Magee, John, 565; Stacy, Nathaniel, 565; Batchelder,
John P., 565; Lundy, Francis J., 565 ; Prentiss, Com-
modore George A., 565 ; Bartlett, George, 565; Dor-
sheimer, Philip, 565 ; Cook, James M., 565; Hall,
George, 566; Homans, John, 566 ; Field, Jonathan
E., 566 ; Bronson, Charles P., 566; Buel, Alexander
W., 566 ; Mason, Henry M., 566 ; Ward, Horatio, 566.

Pitts, Samuel, 566 ; Stohlman, Charles F. E., 566;
Ripley, Miss Marianne, 566; Ridgely, Commodore
Daniel B., 567; Pope, Burrell T., 567 ; Harrington,
George N., 567 ; Walcott, Charles M., 567 ; Deacon,
Benajah, 567 ; Wick, William W., 567; Dyckman,
Garrett W., 567 ; Lyon, John C., 567 ; Fagan, Peter
C., 507 ; L'Heritien, André, 567 ; McMurray, William,
567.

Silliman, Gold S., 563 ; Bullitt, Alexander C., 568 ;
Cushing, General Stephen B., 568; Marsh, Marvin
M., 568; Case, Joel T., 568; Thomas, Benjamin C.,
563; Garner, Peter M., 568; Bradley, Warren J., 568;
Allen, William S., 569; Walbridge, David S., 569 ;
Collins, Mrs. Sarah, 569; Doty, Joseph M., 569; Tal-
cott, Enoch B., 569 ; Brinsmade, Thomas C., 569 ;
Kimball, Heber C., 569 ; Poe, Adam, 569 ; Hole-in-the-
day, 570; Moise, E. Warren, 570.

Baker, Lafayette C., 570 ; Boyd, John H., 570 ; Van
Buren, Lawrence, 570; Hull, A, Cooke, 570; Bennett,

Milo L., 570; Cagger, Peter, 570; Coles, Edward, 570;
Freeman, Edmund B., 570; Disosway, Gabriel P., 571;
Miller, Commodore James F., 571; Howard, Joshua,
571 ; Howard, Hosea, 571; Mather, Hiram F., 571 ;
Gansevoort, Commodore Guest, 571 ; Morton, William
T. G., 572; Evans, Hugh D., 572; Hooper, John W.,
572; French, Eli, 572; Weeks, Joseph, 572 ; Frost,
Edward, 572 ; Wright, Mrs., 572; Noyes, Joseph C.,
572.

Draper, Henry, 572; Brewster, Charles W., 573;
Wilson, John, 573; Wan-ne-pe-wink-a, 573; Gelston,
Roland, 573; King, Yelverton P., 573; Menken, Adah
I., 573; Wade, Melancthon, 573; Gloine, Count de la,
573; Carhart, Jeremiah, 573; Comstock, Joseph, 574;
Vanderbilt, Mrs. Sophia, 574; Bonney, Benjamin W.,
574; Irving, Ebenezer, 574; Finney, Darwin A., 574;
Mann, James, 574; Yeomans, Edward D., 574 ; Smith,
William R.,574; Bishop, Hiram N., 575; Kraft, Henry,
575; Andros, R. S. S., 575; Posey, Mrs. Rachel, 575;
Smith, General B. F., 575.

Simcon, Benjamin, 575; Wbiitlesey, Thomas T.,
575; Hall, George, 575; Smith, General Joseph R.,
575; Dunnell, Henry G., 576; Forsythe, W. H., 576;
French, George, 576; Jones, Leonard, 576; Fendall,
Clarence, 576; Olds, M. S., 576; Quiner, Mrs. Joanna,
576; Abbe, Joshua G., 576; Leland, Henry P., 576;
Morse, Richard C., 576; Beecher, Frederick, 577;
Parker, William, 577; Beall, 8. W., 577; Stuart, David
T., 577 ; King, Robert P., 577 ; Fessenden, T. A. D.,
577; Hindman, General T. C., 578; And orin,
578; Gurley, Phineas D., 578; Chun-Lock, 578; Gage,
George, 578.

Gerard, William, 578; Jamieson, George W., 578;
Halsted, Schu reman, 579 ; Wade, Mrs. Deborah B. L.,
579; Lindsley, Nathan L., 579; Hinman, Royal R.,
579; Souder, Casper, Jr.,579 ; Hinds, James M. C., 579 ;
Fairchild, General Cassius, 579; Tracy, Andrew, 579;
McVickar, John, 580; Gunther, Christian G., 580;
Pritchard, David, 580; Blanchard, Joshua, 580; Hor-
ton, Gustavas, 580.

Abbott, Amos, 580; Wortendyke, Jacob R., 580;
Fales, Mrs. Almira L., 580; Reed, General Henry E.,
581; Wolf, Frederick, 581; Stowe, Phineas, 681 ;
Dove, Benjamin M., 581; Mount, William L., 581;
Pendleton, John S., 581; Bryant, Joel, 581 ; Boynton,
Nehemiah, 581; Hall, David P., 582; Thompson,
General Waddy, 582; Pollard, Henry R., 582; Arnold,
Mayer, 582; Elliott, Joel M., 582; Nichols, John A.,
582; Petticolas, Arthur E., 582; Evans, General
George N., 583; Hartz, E. L., 583; Royce, Stepheu,
583.

Henderson, Mrs. Jane, 583; McCrae, James M.,
583; Maynadier, General Henry E., 583; Rivers,
Henry W., 583; Olmsted, Hawley, 583 ; Parvin, Rob.
ert I., 583; Rising, Franklin S., 583; Smith, Joseph,
581; Gould, George, 584; Campbell, Thompson, 584;
Flint, Henry M., 581; Shepard, George C., 584 ; Ham-
phrey, Mrs. Sophia, 584 ; Enos, Dewitt C., 584; Pat-
terson, A. O., 581; Cummings, Isaac, 584 ; Robertson,
Anthony L., 585; Mitchell, S. Augustus, 585; O'Reilly,
William, 585; Price, Joseph M., 585; Jones, Joseph
H., 585 ; Gibbs, General Alfred, 585; Bishop, William
S., 585; Clark, Mosly, 585; Greaner, William, 585;

Washburne, Ichabod, 585; Byington, Cyrus, 586.
Obituaries, Foreign.-Doyle, John, 586 ; Regnault, Elias,

586; Tatem, Henry, 586; Morfey, Mrs., 586 ; Brother-
ton, General Thomas W., 586 ; Vining, Mrs. Mary,
586; Grey, John, 586 ; Davy, John, 587; White, Gen-
eral Michael, 587; Stifter, Adelbert, 587; Herapath,
William, 587; Jones, Admiral Theobald, 587; Ha-yah-

ta-kee, 587; Dawes, William R., 587; Combe, Mrs. 605; resolutions, 605; Republican Convention, 608;
George, 588; Daly, Sir Dominick, 588; Baker, B. B., election, 606; Legislature, 606; railroads, 606.
588; Flores, General Venancio, 588; Herapath, John, Osgood, HELEN L. G.-Birth, 606; death, 606; pursoita,
588; Crowe, Eyre E., 588 ; Gibson, Sir James B., 588; 606.
Secretan, Charles F., 588; Townsend, Chauncey H.,
589; Turck, Ludwig, 589; Wensleydale, James P.,

P
589 ; Fourcault, Leon, 589; Anna Paulowna (Czarina
of Georgia), 589; Gravier, Coulvier, 589.

PAGE, CHARLES G.–Birth, 607; death, 607; pursuits, flr.
Bentinck, Baron, 589; Byron, George A., 590 ; Olarte, PAIGE, ALONZO C.-Birth, 608 ; death, 608; pursuits, 6s.
General Vincente, 590; Tucker, Edward, 590; Neave, Papal States.-Government, 609; area, 609; population,
Sir Richard D., 590; Christmas, Henry, 590; Vander 608; budget, 608; debt, 608; commerce, 608; arms,
Hoeven, Jan, 590; Lee, Robert, 590; Feller, Mad. 608; attempt to recruit in the United States, 608; le-
Henrietta, 590 ; Jesse, Edward, 591 ; Hashem, Gen- ter of the archbishops in opposition, 609; executica
eral, 591 ; Monnais, Edouard, 591 ; Viriville, Vallet of prisoners, 609.
de, 591.

Paraguay.-Government, 609 ; area, 609 ; population,
Chads, Sir Henry D., 591; McGee, Thomas D., 591; 609; army, 609; war with Brazil, 609; eforts for
Wetherall, Sir George A., 591; Salisbury, Marquis of, peace, 610; basis, 610; reply of Paraguay, 610;
592; Bentley, Samuel, 592; Romer, Miss, 592; Pindar, strength of armies, 610; iron-clade, 610; attempt to
John H., 592; Simpson, General James G., 592; Cop- capture, 610; change of tactics, 611; movements of
ley, Miss Susannah, 592; Hereford, Lord Bishop of, steamers, 611; repulse before Humaita, 611; another
592; Le Saint, 593.

repulse of the allies, 611; evacuation of Hamaitz,
Abyssinia, Queen of, 593; Andrea, Cardinal, 593; 612; nature of the fortress, 612; advance of the Bra-
Guinness, Sir Benjamin L., 593; Halford, Sir Henry, zilians, 613; attack on Villeta, 613; fighting in De-
593; Plucker, Julius, 593; Muhlfield, J. U. D., 593; cember, 613; occupation of Villeta, 613; further en-
Burnet, John, 594; Cormenin, Vicomte de, 694.

gagements, 614; apprehensions of a conspiracy, 615:
Ward, Nathaniel B., 594; Shrewsbury, Earl of, 594 ; difficulty with the United States minister, 615; de
Smith, Henry, 594; Crisp, T. 8., 594 ; Ponsonby, tails, 615, 616.
Arthur E. V., 591; Amot, Professor, 595; Bastianini, PARSONS, USHER. —Birth, 616; death, 616; parsnits, 616.
Giovanni, 595; Capendu, Ernest, 955.

Pennsylvania.–Finances, 617; debt, 617; public ecbools,
Naylor, W., 595; Talon, Vicomte, 695; Kirwan, 617; tuition, 617; absentees, 617; edocational classi-
Antony L., 595 ; Pisarel, Dimitry, 595; Coyne, Joseph fications, 617; Normal School, 618; Agricultural Col
S., 595; Thomas, George H., 596; Garner, Thomas, lege, 618; soldiers' orphaps, 618; meeting of the Le-
596; Limayrac, Paulin, 596.

gislature, 618; resolution on Federal relations, 618;
Blakeney, Sir Edward, 596 ; Perthes, Boucer de relative to the removal of the Secretary of War, 618;
Crevecæur, 596; Lushington, Stephen R., 596 ; Cooke, on impeachment, 618; Democratic State Convention,
John D., 596; Higgins, Matthew J., 596 ; Van Lennep, 619; resolutions, 619; Republican State Convention,
J., 596 ; Hugo, Madame A. F., 597; Mohammed, Ish- 619; resolutions, 620; registry law, 620; extract, 0);
mael, 597; Smith, George, 697; Bey, Clot, 597; Cat- qualifications of voters, 621; opinion of the courts,
termole, George, 597; Waagen, Gustav F., 597.

621 ; elections, 621; naturalization of foreigners, 621;
Majoribanks, Edward, 597; Sefton, John, 597; Cor. presidential election, 622.
dova, Filippo, 598; Reynolds, John, 598.

Persia.-Government, 622; population, 622; religions,
Viennet, M., 698; Sutherland, Duchess of, 598; 622; finances, 622; report of the British legation, les ;
Ciceri, Pierre, 698; Farrant, Francis, 598; Hilde- a peculiar practice of Persia, 623; railways, 621; the
brandt, Edouard, 599; Siam, King of, 599; Tommy, Green-Book, 623.
593.

PERSOZ, JEAN F.-Birth, 623; death, 623 ; parsnits, 62).
Johnson, John M., 599 ; Hastings, Marquis of, 599; Peru.-Government, 623; revenue, 623; debt, 691; aras,
Havin, Leonor Joseph. 699.

624; navy, 624; tonnage, 624; commerce, 621; Asiste
Schleicher, August, 599 ; Denoyer, Louis, 600; Beer. immigrants, 624; railroads, 624; revolution, 634; es-
Bki, John de, 600 ; Mayne, Richard, 600; Delavigne, pedition up the river Ucayali, 621; free narigation,
Germain, 600; Mallefille, Félicien, 600.

625.
OGLESBY, R. J.-Governor of Illinois, 141 ; telegraphic PICKERING, OCTAVIUS.—Birth, 625; death, 625; parscits,

dispatch on the impeachment of the President, 141. 625.
Ohio.-Meeting of the Legislature, 600; propositions in. POMEROY, SAMUEL C.–Senator from Kansas, 194; on

troduced, 600; withdrawal of assent to the fourteenth the bill to secure equal rights in the District of Co
amendment, 601; views of Governor Hayes, 601 ; reso- lumbia, 127; on the cotton tax, 200.
lutions of the Legislature, 601 ; further resolutions Portugal.-Government, 625; ministry, 635; area, ex:
protesting against the reconstruction acts of Con- population, 625; revenge, 625; commerce, 635; nex
gress, 601 ; do. relative to the admission of Alabama, ministry, 626; crisis, 626.
602; action on the word " white," 602 ; the “visible Post-Office of the United States.—Origin, 6%; posters
admixture law," 602; other laws affecting the fran- ters and dates, 626; growth of the service, 63%; poss
chise, 602; provision regarding ballots, 603; prize- tal receipts, 626 ; deficiency, 626; receipts and ex-
fighting, 603; Democratic Convention, 603; resolu- penditures, for each State, 626; organization of the
tions, 603; Republican Convention, 603; resolutions, Department, 627; post-roads, 627; floances, **;
604; election in October, 604 ; address of the Dem- postmasters, 628 ; franking and postage, 629; trans-
ocratic committee, 604; November election, 605; portation of the mails, 629 ; letter-carrier system,
finances, 605; railroads, 605; schools, 605; cattle- 630; dead letters, 630; money-order office, 631: pos-
fever, 605; burning of the Lunatic Asylum, 605.

tal cars, 631; registered letters, 631; oceanic nail
Oldenburg.-Government, 605; area, 603; population, 605; service, 632; increase of postal facilities, 633.
religions, 605; commerce, 605.

Potter, CHANDLER E.-Birth, 633; death, 633; parsnits,
Oregon.-State of parties, 605; Democratic Convention,

633.

POUILAT, CLAUDE S. M.-Birth, 633; death, 633; pur- gan bishoprics, 672; statistics of monastic orders,
suits, 633.

672; statistics in British dominions, 672; bull con-
Presbyterians.-Statistics of the Old School, 634; General voking an Ecumenical Council, 672; letter addressed

Assembly, 634; basis of reunion, 634; amendments, to Protestant and non-Catholic bodies, 674; allocu-
635; New School statistics, 635; Presbyterian Church tion of the Pope relative to the abolition of the Aus-
South statistics, 636; United Presbyterian Church trian Concordat, 675.
statistics, 636; basis of union, 636; Associate Pres. RossINI, GIOACCHINO A.-Birth, 676; death, 676; career,
byterians and Associate Reformed, 636; Reformed 676.
Presbyterians, 637; Cumberland Presbyterians, 637; Rost, PIERRE A.-Birth, 677 ; death, 677; pursuits, 677.
Established Church of Scotland, 637; Free Church of ROTHSCHILD, JAMES.-Birth, 677; death, 677; career, 677.
Scotland, 687; United Synod of Great Britain, 637; Russia.—Government, 678; area, 678; population, 678;
Scottish Reformed, 638; English Presbyterians, 638; religions, 678; budget, 678; nationalities, 678; army,
Irish Presbyterians, 638.

678; navy, 678; tonnage, 679; returns of trade, 679;
Prussia.-Government, 638; ministry, 638; area, 638; union of Poland with the empire, 679; explosive pro-

population, 638; religions, 639; budget, 639; indus- jectiles a treaty project, 680; how received, 680; re-
try of the country, 639; technical schools, 639; organization of Turkestan, 680 ; feeling in Tartary
mines, 639; commerce, 639; education, 640 ; Kiel against Russia, 680; war with the Ameer of Bokhara,
harbor, 640; the Diet, 640; King's speech, 640; ac- 681 ; conflicts, 681; peace, 681.
tion, 640.

Russia, The Criminal Code of.–Ukase of 1864, 681 ; re-
PRUYX, JOHN V. L.-Ona quorum of the Supreme Court, port of the commission, 682; number of paragraphs
187.

in the code, 682; penalty of first class, 682; do. scc-
Public Documents.- Message of the President at the sec- ond class, 682; do. of third and fourth, 682; classes

ond session of the Fortieth Congress, 611-648; corre- of correctional, 682; crimes enumerated, 683; offences
spondence with General Grant relative to the office against religion, 683; state crimes, 684; sedition and
of Secretary of War, 618-651; letter to members of riots, 681; expatriation, 685; criminal procedure,
the Cabinet, and their replies as to the conversation 685.
between the President and General Grant, 653; letter Russia, The Press of, in 1868.-Papers and circulation,
of General Grant on the same, 656; message of the 685; dailies and weeklies in German, 686; persecu-
President on the removal of Secretary Stanton, 657; tions thereof, 686; Baltic provinces, 686; old Rus-
message of President Johnson suggesting changes sian provinces, 686; clandestine papers, 686; rela-
in the Constitution, 659.

tions to the Government, 686; literary papers and
periodicals, 687.

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Railroads.-Length in the United States, 662; cost of San Domingo.-Area, 687; population, 687; commerce,

construction, etc., 663; population per mile, 663; 687; insurrection, 687.

cost per mile, 663; do. in other countries, 663. Saxe.-Government, 687; area and population, 687; re-
RAPHALL, MORRIS J.-Birth, 664 ; death, 664; career, ligions, 687; revenue and expenditures, 638; debt,
664.

688.
Reconstruction.-The committee on, 149.

Saxony.-Government, 638 ; area and population, 688 ;
Reed Organs.-Growth of manufacture and sale, 664; religions, 658; important acts of the Saxon Diet,
how affected by temperature, 664; origin of the free

688.
reed, 665; first makers, 665; harmonica, 665; cabinet Scandinavian Press, The.-Swedish press, 698; circula-
organ, 665; exhaustion bellows, 666 ; seraphine, 666 ; tion, 688; dailies, 688; weeklies, etc., 683; dailies
three sets of reeds, 666; three-baoked reed organs, and weeklies in Stockholm, 689; press laws of Swe-
667; little value of a patent, 667.

den, 689; literary papers of Sweden, 689; Norwegian
Reformed Churches.--Statistics of the Dutch Reformed,

press, 690.
667; missions, etc., 667; statistics of the German Re- SCHENCK, ROBERT C.-Representative from Ohio, 124;
formed, 668; Reformed Churches of Europe, 663.

on the repeal of the cotton tax, 198.
Resolution-Relative to printing extra copies of the Pres- SCHOFIELD, Major-General JOHN M.--As Secretary of

ident's message, 125 ; relative to the District of Co- War, 724-743; reply to the application for aid from
lumbia Bill, 128 ; to impeach Andrew Johnson, 129– Tennessee, 724; on the obstacle of the test-oath in
137; to appoint a committee on impeachment, 145; Virginia, 759 ; his orders, etc., 760; letter to General
on the responsibility of Senators for their votes on Grant, 761.
impeachment, 146.

SCHÖNBEIN, CHRISTIAN.-Birth, 690 ; death, 690; pur-
Reus8.-Government, 668; area, 668; population, 663; suits, 690.
debt, 668; army,
668.

Schwarzburg.-Principalities, 690; area, 690 ; popala-
Rhode Island.-Democratic Convention, 668; nomina- tion, 690; revenues, 690.

tions, 668; Republican Convention, 668; election, SERVIA, Prince of.—Birth, 693; death, 690 ; career, 690.
668; Legislature, 668; presidential election, 668; in- SEWARD, William H.-Secretary of State, 197; procla-
auguration of Governor, 669; election of Senator, mation of the adoption of the Fourteenth Amend-
669; property qualification of voters, 669 ; insane ment, 197.
asylum, 669 ; State prison, 669; report of commis. SEYMOUR, THOMAS I.-Birth, 690; death, 690; career,
sioners on restocking rivers with fish, 669.

690.
RIVES, WILLIAM C.-Birth, 669; death, 669; career, 670. SHERIDAN, Major-General.-Suggestions relative to the
Roman Catholic Church.-Organization, 670; sees, 670; Indiane, 382.

dioceses vacant, 670; classification and names of re- SIERMAN, Lieutenant-General W. T.-Order relative to
ligious orders, 671; statistics of churches, priests, the Indian tribes, 380.
communities, etc., in the United States, 671 ; suffra- SHERMAN, JOHN.-Senator from Ohio, 124; on the exclu-
nia, 124; reports on the impeachment resolution, 137; General Hancock's views, 723; reply of Govedet
on the impeachment of the President, 143; moves Pease, 728; registration, 728; memoranda of diqui
a new reconstruction bill, 149; moves to appoint fications, 728; questions to be asked, 7*; riews of
committee on reconstruction, 149; on reconstruction, General Hancock, 729; namber registered, ; con-
167; reports a bill for the admission of Arkansas, servative convention, 729; resolutions, 72: nceting
169 ; on the admission of sundry States, 176; on the of the State Convention, 729 ; organization, 79; Gore
republican State guarantee, 183; birth, 711 ; death, ernor's message, 729 ;. report on lawlessness in the
711; career, 711.

sion of Alabama, 179; on the action of Ohio, 196; on STOCKTON, Tuomas H.-Birth, 711 ; death, 711 ; par
the cotton tax, 199.

suits, 712.
Siphon of the Bridge of Alma.-Division of sewers of Suez Cana!.-Route, 712; importance, 712; ancient ca-

Paris, 691 ; entrance of main sewer, 691 ; object of nal, 712; vestiges of, 712; engineers' report, 712;
the work, 691 ; how constructed, 691 ; operation, Lesseps, his relations to the Government, 713; stip-
692.

ulations with, 713; laborers, 713; interference of the
SLEMMER, General ADAM J.-Birth, 692; death, 692; cl- Government, 714; progress of the canal, 714; de
reer, 692.

tails, 714; surface sketch, 715; perpendicular sco
SMITH, SEBA.-Birth, 692; death, 692; writings, 692.

tion, 715.
SOMMERS, CHARLES G.–Birth, 692; death, 692; pursuits, Sugar Insect.-Where found, 716; its characteristice,
692.

716; how detected, 717.
South Carolina.-Meeting of the State Convention, 693; SUMNER, CHARLES.–Senator from Massachusetts, 194;

organization, 693 ; address of Governor Ort, 693 ; on printing extra copies of the President's messi,
subjects considered, 693; stay law, 693; resolutions 125; on securing equal rights in the District of Co-
relating to the Executive, 693; do. miscellaneous, lumbia, 126 ; offers resolutions on the responsibility
691; bill of rights, 691; oath of oflice, 694; State off- of Senators for their votes on impeachment, 146;
cers, 694; judiciary, 691; administration of justice, the action of Ohio, 196.
695; qualifications of voters, 695; public and private SWAIN, DAVID L.–Birth, 717; death, 717; parsaits,
schools, 695; registration, 695; regulations to pre- 717.
serve order, 695; Republican Convention and nomi- Sweden and Norway.-Government, 717; ares, 717 ; Pop-
nations, 696 ; Democratic Convention and resolu. ulation, 717; debt, 717; army, 717; navy, 717; com-
tions, 696 ; orders of the commanding general, 696; merce, 717.
elections, 697; ground of Democratic opposition to Switzerland.Area, 717; population, 717; gorernment,
the Constitution, 697; Legislature convened, 697 ; its 718; army, 718; floods, 718; elections, 718.
proceedings, 698; State officers, 698; laws passed,
698; Democratic Convention and resolutions, 698;
another convention, 699; resolutions, 699; address

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to the colored citizens, 699; elections, 700; State
debt, 700; State property, 700.

Telegraphs on the European Continent.–Treatss relative
Spain.-Government, 700; ministry, 700; revenue and ex- to, 718; points agreed on, 718; charges, 713; box

penditures, 701 ; area, 701; provinces, 701 ; population, operated, 719; rules for calculating the number of
701; colonies, 701; Cortes, 702; divisions, 702; pro- words, 719; special regulations, 719; cost of cis.
ceedings, 702; grave situation, 702; sections, or fac- patches, 720; number of dispatches, T20.
tions, 702; revolution expected, 702; pronunciamien- Tennessee.-Disturbed condition, 721; Republican Cose
tos, 702; fighting, 702 ; triumph of Serrano, 703; de- vention, 721; Conservative Convention, 771; resols-
parture of the Queen, 703; her protest, 703; Central tions, 721; Ku-klux Klan, 721 ; letter of the Governa
Junta elected, 704; ministry, 701; circular to the peo to General Thomas, and reply, 721, 722; legislatire
ple, 704; new electoral law, 701; decree of the Minister session, 722; resolutions of the Republican Coura-
of Public Instruction, 705 ; financial statement, 705; tion, 722; memorial of Confederate officers, 723; the
liberty of the press, 705; Protestants, 705; the lead- question of organizing the militia, 734; sections of
ers, 706; their programme, 706; elections held, 706; the act, 724; act relative to the Ku-klus, 744; co-
candidates for the throne, 706 ; letter of the Duke de mittee sent to Washington, 724; reply of Secretary
Montpensier, 707; address of Don Henry, 707; pro- Schofield, 724; allegations against the Gorernor, 13;
visional government, 708; insurrection in Cadiz, 703; finances of the State, 725; proclamation of the GoF-
fight at Malaga, 708; insurrection in Cuba, 709; dec- ernor, 725 ; penitentiary, 725.
laration of independence, 709; numerous engage- Territories of the United States.-Wyoming organizad,
ments, 709; manifestoes, 709; proclamation of eman- 725; Arizona, 725; surface of the country, 735 ; to was
cipation, 709.

and inhabitants, 726; elections, 726; Colorado, 3;
SPALDING, BENEDICT J.-Birth, 710; death, 710; career, increased knowledge of the country, 726 ; its eartace,
710.

726; mining interests, 720; elections, 726; Dabei
SPALDING, RUFUS P.-Representative from Ohio, 124 ; 726; growth, 72; Idaho, 720; immigration, 13;

on the impeachment of the President, 138; on the mines, 726 ;. counties, 726 ; Montana, T26; popalatia,
Supreme Court quorum, 187; on suffrage to blacks, 727; agriculture, 727; transportation, 7*7; Nas
185; offers an amendment to the bill to admit Ala- Mexico, 727; mines, 727 ; officers, 727; Trab, X;
bama, 168.

nature of the soil, 727 ; population, T27; Washins
STANTON, EDWIN M.-Letter of removal, 187; letter to ton, 727; Wyoming, 727; boundaries, 77; inhabii-

the Speaker of the House, 742; aflidavit before the ants, 727; Indian territory, 727.
court, 743; letter to the President on retiring from Test-Oaths.-Decision of the New York Court of Appeal,
the War Department, 743.

550.
STEVENS, Thaddeus.- Representative from Pennsylva- Texas.—Military commanders, 727; Uvalde County, ;

Siate, 730; commission to Washington, 730 ; Demo
STEWART, WILLIAM L.-Senator from Nevada, 194; on cratic Convention, 730; committee on the charges of
reconstruction, 148.

lawlessness, 730; report, 730; order of General Rer.

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polds, 730; assigned to command, 730; Democratic

cratic Committee, 750; platform approved by bim,
Convention, 731; resolutions, 731 ; Republican Con-

750; further progress of the movement, 751; Sey.
vention, 731; recommendation to vote for President,

mour's letter of acceptance, 751; Blair's letter of
731 ; order of General Reynolds, 731 ; State Constitu.

acceptance, 752; the October elections, 752; propo-
tional Convention reassembled, 731; bill of rights,

sition of newspapers, 752; how received, 752; Mr.
732 ; Legislature, 732; State officers, 732; qualifica-

Seymour enters the canvass, 752 ; letter from Presi-
tion of voters, 732; right of suffrage, 732; public

dent Johnson, 752; result of the election, 753; am-
schools, 732; general provisions, 732, 733.

nesty proclamations, 753, 754; Evarts appointed
Thallium.--Analysis, 733; how best obtained, 733 ; prepa-

Attorney-General, 754 ; further details, 754.
ration of compounds, 733; extracted from flue-dust,

Universalists.-Numbers, 754; societies, 754; colleges, 754;

Annual Convention, 754.
733.
THOMAS, Major-General LORENZO.-Appointment as Seco

Uruguay.-Government, 755; area, 755; population, 755;

revolution, 755; army, 755.
retary of War, 137–142.
THURSTON, ASA.—Birth, 734; death, 734 ; pursuits, 734.
TOD, DAVID.-Birth, 731; death, 734; career, 731.
TBUMBULL, LYMAN.-Senator from Illinois, 124; on re-

construction, 152; on a quorum of the Supreme Vagsar, MATTHEW.–Birth, 735 ; death, 755; pursuits,
Court, 186.

755.
Turkey.--Area, 734; population, 734; religions, 734 ; reve-

VAUGHAN, ROBERT.-Birth, 756 ; death, 756 ; pursuits, 756.
nue, 734; countries subject to Turkey, 735; reform

Velocipede, The.- Origin, 756; varieties, 756 ; do. for rail-
in the empire, 735; decree, 735; articles, 735, 736;

roads, 756; length of courses, 756; races, 757; prizes,
new Council, 736 ; a conspiracy, 736 ; circular to lega-

757.
tions, 736; Candian insurrection, 736; Government

Venezuela.-Government, 757; area, 757 ; population, 757;
dispatches, 737; relations with Greece, 738; assag-

disturbances, 757; army of the eastern States, 757;
sination of the prince of Servia, 738; regency, 738;
Parliament, 739 ; Montenegro, 739; Rumania, 739 ;

movements, 757; new election, 757 ; lands for coloni.

zation, 757.
Bulgaria, 739.

Vermont.-Staidness, 757 ; expenditures, 757; cost of

schools, 757; Agricultural College, 757; State prison,
U

758 ; Reform-school, 758; Republican Convention,
Unitarians.-Numbers, 740; receipts, 740; National Con. 758; resolutions, 758; nominations, 758; Democratic

ference, 740; increase of churches, 740; Annual Con- Convention, 758; resolutions and nominations, 758;
vention, 740; Unitarians in Europe, 741.

Legislature, 758.
United Brethren.-Numbers, 741; Sunday-schools, 741; Virginia.-Meeting of the State Constitutional Conven-
collections, 741; Historical Society, 741.

tion, 758; bill of rights, 758; elective franchise, 758;
United States.-The Fourteenth Amendment of the Con. how decided, 759 ; oath of office, 759; views of Gen-

stitution, 741; message of the President to the Senate, eral Schofield, 759; registration, 759; public schools,
742; letter of Grant on retiring from the War De 759; delay of the election, 760; Republican Conven.
partment, 542; Johnson appoints Thomas Secretary tion, 760; resolutions, 760 ; Conservative Convention,
of War, 742; removes Stanton, 742; proceedings of 760; resolutions, 760; policy of General Schofield,
General Thomas, 742; message to the Senate, 742; 760; his orders, 760, 761 ; Goveruors, 761 ; Schofield's
excitement and action of the Senate, 742; Stanton letter to Grant, 761; State debt, 762.
refuses to vacate the office, 742; affidavit before the
Supreme Court, 742, 743; Thomas arrested, 743; im-
peachment of the President, 743; excitement, 743;
dispatch of the Governor of Illinois, 743; do. of the WADE, BENJAMIN.–Senator from Ohio, 121; president
Governor of Pennsylvania, 743; letter of Stanton on pro tem, of the Senate, 124.
the President's acquittal, 743; General Schofield Waldeck.-Government, 762; area, 762; population, 762 ;
Secretary of War, 743; action of the Senate on his budget, 762; debt, 762.
nomination, 743; reconstruction acts, 743; prepara- WALEWSKI, Count. -Birth, 762 ; death, 762; career, 762.
tions for the Presidential election, 744; call for a WASHBURNE, ELIHU B.-Representative from Illinois,
Republican Convention, 744; do. of soldiers and 124; on the impeachment of the President, 141 ; on
Bailors, 744; do. for a Democratic Convention, 744; the New Jersey resolutions, 196.
meeting of Soldiers and Sailors' Convention in Chi- WELCKER, FREDERICK G.-Birth, 762; death, 762 ; pur-
cago, 744; resolutions, 744; do. of the National Re- suits, 762.
publican Convention, 744; resolutions, 744; ballot- WELLS, SAMUEL.–Birth, 763; death, 763; career, 763.
ings, 745 ; Grant's letter of acceptance, 745 ; Colfax's West Virginia.-Legislation, 763; registration, 763; loca-
letter of acceptance, 745 ; letter to President Johnson tion of the capital, 763; impeachment of Judge Hin-
as a candidate, 746; his reply, 746 ; letter of Frank P. man, 763; extra legislative session, 764; its objects,
Blair previous to the Democratic Convention, 746; 764; resolutions relative to the test-oath, 761; con-
Soldiers and Sailors' Convention in New York, 747; gratulating Virginia royalists, 764; on the impeach-
resolutions, 747 ; National Democratic Convention, ment of the President, 764; codification, 764; finances,
747; resolutions, 747 ; candidates and ballotings, 761; insane asylum, 764; schools, 764; Republican
748; name of Seymour proposed, 748 ; his remarks, Convention, 764; resolutions and nominations, 765;
748; nomination of Seymour by Ohio, 749; remarks Democratic Convention, 705; resolutions and nomina-
of General McCook, 749 ; excitement, 749; remarks tions, 765; election, 765.
of Mr. Seymour, 749; Seymour and Blair nominated, WILLIAMS, GEORGE H.–Senator from Oregon, 124; on
749; the votes for Mr. Chase, 749; how received, 749 ; the admission of Southern States, 180.
the movement in his favor, 749; reply to verbal over- WILLIAMS, John M.-Birth, 765 ; death, 763; pursuite,
turcs, 750; letter in reply to chairman of the Demo. 765.

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