UNITED STATES.—The President's Peace Proclama. Amendment ratified by New Jersey, 807. The Presi.
tious, 122, 670. Texas not included; the Texas Con- dent's Tour; unfavorable Reception at various Places ;
vention, 122. Texas restored, 670. Passage of the Civil his Speeches, 807. Laying of the Corner-Stone of the
Rights Bill; Speeches of Senators Trumbull and John- Douglas Monument; Mr. Dix's Oration and Mr. Sew-
son, 123. Analysis of the Vote, 124, General Butler's ard's Speech, 807.
Plan of Reconstruction, 124. Plan proposed by the FOREIGN. –The French in Mexico, 126, 399, 532, 671.
Committee of Fifteen, 124, 260, 395. Amendments to Austria and Mexico, 127, 399. Prussia and Austria,
the Constitution and Bills, 124, 261, 398. Revenue Bill 127, 264, 399, 533, 672, 807. Grounds of the War be-
reported, 125. Bill for equalizing Bounties, 125. Colo- tween Prussia and Austria, 128. Bismarck's Circular to
rado as a State, 125, 261. Alexander H. Stephens on the German States, 128. Bombardment of Valparaiso
the Condition of Georgia, 125. The New Jersey Sena- by the Spaniards, 128. The Spanish Attack upon Cal.
torship, 125, 807. Election in Connecticut, 126. In lao, 263. Italy and Austria, 264. M. Rouher's Decla-
Maine and Vermont, 806. The Cholera, 126, 531. The ration in the French Legislature, 264. Reply of M.
French in Mexico, 126, 399. Mr. Seward's Dispatch; Thiers, 264. Napoleon's Speech at Auxerre, 264. The
Reply of M Drouyn de Lhuys; French Troops to be proposed European Congress, 264, 399. Financial Panic
withdrawn, 126. Austria and Mexico, 127, 399. In- in Europe, 264. Statement of the British Chancellor
structions to our Minister at Vienna, 127. The Recon. of the Exchequer, 264. Debts of the European Nations,
struction Plan passed by the House, amended in the 264. The War on the Plata, 399, 532, 672, 807. Bat.
Senate, 260. Mr. Stevens's new Plan, 261. The Colo- tle at Estara Bellaco, 390. Napoleon on the European
rado Bill passed, and Vetoed by the President, 261. Congress, 399. Austria, Prussia, and the Diet, 399.
Views of the Cabinet on Reconstruction: Speeches of Prussia and Italy declare War against Austria, 399.
Messrs. Seward, Stanton, M'Culloch, and others, 261. The Prussian Manifesto, 399. The Austrian Manifesto,
Iudictment of Jefferson Davis, 263. Death of Winfield 400. Battle at Tuguity, on the Plata, 532. Resigna-
Scott, 263. The Fenians, 263, 398. The Fenians in tion of the British Ministers, and Formation of a new
Maine, 263. Resolution proposing Amendments to the Cabinet, 533. Lord Derby on the Policy of the Gov.
Constitution, as passed, 398. Fenian Raid into Canada, ernment, 532. Action on the Jamaica Riots, 532. The
395. The Philadelphia" National Union Convention," Miantonomoh in Europe, 533. The Prussians overrun
529, 669. Call for the Convention, 529. Mr. Seward's Hanover and Saxony, 533. Battle of Custozza; the
Letter, 529. Resignations of Mr. Speed, Attorney-Gen- Italians defeated by the Austrians, 533. Progress of
eral, Mr. Dennison, Postmaster-General, and Mr. Har the Prussians: Battles of Nachod, Trautenau, München-
lan, Secretary of the Interior, 529. The Restoration of gratz, and Gitschin, 533. The great Battle of Sadowa,
Tennessee, 529. The President's Message thereupon, the Austrians defeated, 533. Austria cedes Venetia to
500. Nebraska, 630. The Freedmen's Bureau, 530. France, 534. The Emperor of Austria's Manifesto to his
Adjournment of Congress, 530. The prominent Acts of People, 534. Battles of Kissingen and Aschaffenburg,
the Session, 530. Grant appointed General, Sherman 534. Operations in Italy, 531. Naval Battle at Lissa,
Lieutenant - General, Farragut Admiral, and Porter 534. Negotiations for Peace, 534, 672, S07. Maximilian's
Vice-Admiral, 531. Conflagration at Portland, 531. Blockade of Matamoras declared void, 672. The United
Riot at New Orleans, 531. Laying of the Atlantic Tel- States and Mexico, 672. Battle at Presburg, 672. Pre-
egraph Cable, 531. The Philadelphia Convention; liminary Treaty between Prussia and Austria, 672.
Declaration of Principles and Address, 669. Speech Acquisitions made by Prussia, 672. The Population of
of Governor Orr, of South Carolina, 670. Restoration the European Powers, 672. Venetia ceded by France to
of Texas, 670. The Message of Governor Throckmorton, Italy, 672. Prorogation of the British Parliament, 672.
670. General Granger's Report on the Condition of the Treaties between Prussia, Austria, and Bavaria, 807.
South, 670. Speech of General Butler, 671. The Pres. Hanover annexed to Prussin, 808. Remonstrance of
ident': Tour, 671, 807. Convention of Southern Loyal. Hanoverian Deputies, S08. The French Circular, S08.
ists, 806. The New York State Conventions, S06. Elec. Insurrection in Candia, Sos: War on the Plata, sos.
tions in Vermont and Maine, S03. Constitutional Secret Treaty between the Allies, 808.