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fiction, 449; works of art and criticism, 450; do. of dispatches of General Sheridan, 498, 499; excitement,
philosophy and science, 450, 451; do. of theology and 499; address of the chairman of the Committee of
religion, 452; do. of geography, travel, etc., 454; text- Seventy, 499; other addresses and appeals, 499; re-
books for schools, 455; works on law, 456; do. on assertions of General Sheridan, 439; his statements,
medicine, 456; gift-books, 457; miscellaneous works, 500; action of Congress, 501; call upon the President
458; reprints and republications, 459.

for information, 501; various outrages perpetrated,
Literature, Continental, in 1874.- Progress in Belgium, 501; congressional committee visit New Orleans, 502;

460; do. in Bohemia, 461; do. in Denmark, 462; do. report, 502; another committee, 502; message of Gov-
in France, 463; do. in Germany, 465; do. in Greece, ernor Kellogg, 503; State debt, 503; special message
468; do. in Holland, 468; do, in Hungary, 469; do. in of the President relative to, 730; documents accompa-
Italy, 470; do. in Spain, 471; do, in Portugal, 472; do. nying the message, 734.
in Russia, 472.

LOWELL, Mrs. A. C.-Obituary notice of, 623.
Literature, English. - History, 473; biographies, 474; LUNALILO I.-Birth, 503; reign, 503 ; death, 503.

philosophy aud science, 474; religious and theologi. Lutherans.-Statistics, 604; theological seminaries, 505;
cal books, 474; geography and travel, 475; works of colleges, 505; academies, 505; female seminaries,
art, 475; fiction, 475; miscellaneous works, 475.

505; General Synod, South, 506; report and resola-
Liverpool Dock Extensions.-Lister's scheme, 475; docks tions on a general meeting of representatives of

for steam-trade, 476; area of extension, 475; aim of Lutheran bodies, 506; Synodical Conference of North
the engineer, 475.

America, 506; proceedings, 506; General Council of
Local-option Law.—Decision of California courts, 101. Evangelical Lutherans, 507; proceedings, 507; Lu.
LOGAN, JOHN A.-Senator from Illinois, 150; on the com. therans in France and Alsace, 508.

pensation of members of Congress, 164-166; on a re-
turn to specie payments, 193.

M
LOUIS, JACOB.-Decease of, 624.
Louisiana.–Bill to restore the rights of, 222; action of MACCAFERRI, Signor.–Decease of, 651.

the Legislature, 476; Republican Convention, 476; MACFARLAND, FRANCIS P.-Birth, 526; clerical career,
resolations, 476; nominations, 476; Democratic Con- 526; death, 526.
vention, 477; nominations, 477; resolutions, 477; the MoKIM, JAMES M.-Decease of, 638.
Coushatta tragedy, 477; address of the people of Red MCLEOD, JOHN N.-Birth, 526 ; clerical career, 526; death,
River, 478; statement of Governor Kellogg, 478; ac- 526.
tion of the Federal Government, 478, 479; resolutions MCNAUGHTON, JAMES.-Decease of, 638.
of the Committee of Seventy, 479; mass-meeting to Madagascar.-Reigning Queen, 508; population, 508; re-
protest against the Kellogg administration, 479; reso- ligious divisions, 508; missionary work, 508; deputa-
lutions adopted, 479; reply of Governor Kellogg to tion from England, 508; addresses before the London
the delegation, 480; response of the committee, 480; Missionary Society, 509; proclamation of the Queen,
proclamation by D. B. Penn, claiming to be Lieuten- 510.
ant-Governor, 480; assembling of militia, 480; pos- MADDIN, Thomas.-Decease of, 642.
session taken of the public offices, 481; dispatch of MAEDLER, JOHN H.-Birth, 510; career as an astronomer,
Penn to the President, requesting him to withhold 510; death, 510.
Federal interference, 481; application of Kellogg, 481; Haine.-Financial condition, 510; tax on railroads, 511;
proclamation of President Grant, 481; troops sent to educational interests, 511 ; Insane Hospital, 511 ;
New Orleans, 481; surrender of State property de- State-prison, 511; State Land-office, 512 ; Penobscot
manded and made, 481; surrender of McEnery, 482; Indians, 512; right of women to hold office, 512; acts
approval of the President, 482; address to the people of the Legislature, 512; Industrial School for Girls,
by McEnery and Penn, 482; report of General Emory, 512; Woman-Suffrage Convention, 513; resolutions,
483; address of McEnery's friends to the people of 513; State Temperance Convention, 513; resolutions,
the United States, explaining the revolutionary move- 513; Republican Convention, 513; nominations, 513;
ment, 483; origin and object of the White League, resolutions, 513; Democratic Convention, 514; nomi.
484; immediate causes of revolution, 484; address of nations, 514; resolutions, 514; results of election, 514.
Governor Kellogg, 484; his financial statement, 485; MANNERS, Rt. Hon. JOIN.—Biographical sketch of, 371.
review of the political campaign of 1872, 485; the law MARSH, SAMUEL.–Decease of, 629.
of the election explained, 486; approaching election, MARSHALL, THOMAS W.-Decease of, 661.
486; agreement relative to registration, 487; address MARVIN, E. P.-Decease of, 634.
of the Conservatives, 487; reply of Governor Kellogg, Maryland.--Session of the Legislature, 514; senatorial
487; proposition to submit election returns to a board election, 514; new registration law, 514; details,
of arbitrators, 487; the advisory board, 488; confer- 515; oyster fisheries law, 515; new license law,
ence of committees, 488; protest against the presence 515; State Grange, 515; resolutions, 515 ; second ses-
of troops in New Orleans, 488; canvass of the Return- sion, 616; resolutions, 616; congressional elections,
ing Board, 489; Democratic committee to witness the 616; State finances, 516; Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 516;
canvass withdraw, 489; protest, 489; address of the Normal School, 516; insurance companies, 616; pub-
Committee of Seventy, 490; extracts, 490; resigna- lic schools, 516; Maryland Canal Company, 516.
tion of a member of Returning Board, 491; the report Mason, FRANCIB.- Birth, 517; missionary career, 517;
and completion of the work of the board, 491; results death, 517; scientific works, 517.
of the election, 492 ; protest of McEnery, 493; threat- Massachusetts.-Session of the Legislature, 518; resolu-
ened violence, 493; General Sheridan ordered to New tion of censure of Charles Sumner repealed, 518; con-
Orleans, 493; his instructions, 493; affairs in the Red tested election of Senator, 518; acts of the Legislature,
River region, 493; Sheridan's report, 494; report of 518; State constabulary abolished, 519; views of the
Legislative committee for congressional considera- Governor, 519; license law proposed, 519; Governor's
tion, 495; memorial to Congress by the Conservative veto, 519; Hoogac Tunnel, legislation relative to, 520;
members of the Lower House of the Legislature, 497; act relative to rights of husband and wise, 520; the
political campaign, 521; Democratic Convention, 521; MICHELET, JULES.—Birth, 556; literary career, 556; writ-
nominations, 521; resolutions, 521; Republican Con- ings, 556; death, 556.
vention, 522; nominations, 522; resolutions, 522; re- Michigan.-Election, 557; State officers and Congress.
sults of the election, 522; congressional elections, 522; men, 557; vote on the amended constitction, 567;
women chosen as school committee in Boston, 523; Republican Convention and platform, 557; Demo-
opposition to their admission, 623; Williamsburg cratic Convention and platform, 558; National Re-
flood disaster, 623; State debt, 524; finances, 624; form Convention and platform, 559; school statistica,
completion of the Hoosac Tunnel, 524; receipts of

559; results of the State census, 560; copper-mining,
railroads, 525; number of insane persons, 525; chari- 560; railroads, E60; fisheries, 560; salt, 560; lamber,
table institutions, 525; Fish Commissioners, 525; 560; Land-office Commissioner, 560; statistics of the
insurance companies, 525; savings-banks, 525; rail- State-prison, 561; inmates in Reform School, 562;
road corporations, 525; school children, 526.

charitable, penal, pauper, and reformatory institu-
MAY, Mrs. LEWIS.-Deceased, 658.

tions, 562; statistics, 562, 563; fiscal operations of the
MELLISH, DAVID B.--Decease of, 636.

State Treasury, 563.
MENDELHALL, GEORGE.-Decease of, 638.

MILLER, HENRY.-Decease of, 625,
Alennonites.--Board of Guardians, 526; its object, 526; MILLIGAN, SAMUEL.-Decease of, 632.

passages from Europe furnished, 527; places of eet- MILLS, Mrs. C. R.-Decease of, 624,
tlement by immigrants, 527.

MILLSON, JOHN S.-Decease of, 626.
MERIVALE, HERMAN.— Birth, 527; public career, 627; Minnesota.-Legislation, 564; act creating a Board of
death, 527.

Railroad Commissioners, 564; powers and duties,
MERRIMON, AUGUST S.-Senator from North Carolina, 150; 564; political campaign, 564; Republican Convention
on the Louisiana bill, 238.

and platform, 564; Democratic Convention and plat.
Metals.- Mechanical puddling, 527 ; effects of cold on iron form, 564; results of election, 564; action relative to
and steel, 528; silicon in pig-iron, 528; extraction of

the Commissioner of the Land Office, 565; report of
iron from pyrites refuse, 529; strength of iron in- committee, 565; State finances, 565; Illegal bonds,
creased by strain, 529; restoration of burned steel, 565; new tax law, 566; water-power, 566; pine-forests,
529 ; preservation of iron, 530; spongy iron as a water- 566; railroads, 567; differences with Wisconsin, 567,
purifier, 530; unpressed tin-dressing machinery, 531; 568.
nickel and cobalt ores, 531 ; precipitation of copper Mississippi.-Condition of affairs, 568; serious conflict at
with tin-scrap, 531; new method of welding copper,

Vicksburg between blacks and whites, 568; state-
532; purification of lead by steam, 532; assay of leađ, ment of citizens, 568 ; proclamation of Governor
533; quicksilver, 533; origin of gold nuggets, 533; Ames, 569; address from the tax-payers of Warren
gold assays, 534; alloys, 534; ornamentation of met- County, 569; extracte, 569, 570; Governor Ames's
als, 335.

statement, 570; proclamation against rioters in War.
Methodists.--Statistics of Methodists in the world, 536; ren County, 571 ; proclamations of the Mayor of

Episcopal Church statistics, 536; German Churches, Vicksburg, 571; extra session of the Legislature
537; missions, 537; Freedmen's Aid Society, 588; called by the Governor, 571; the Governor's mes.
Episcopal Church South, 539; statistics, 539; institu- sage, 572; reports of majority and minority of the
tions, 539; missions, 540; General Conference, 540; committee, 572; address by Conservative members,
report of the Colored Church, 540; fraternal relations 573; congressional investigation, 574; finances, 574;
with other bodies, 540; responses, 541; the Northern funding bill, 574; Equalization Board, 574; its duties,
Church, 541; reply to its communication, 541; reso- 574; State debt, 574; railroads in the State, 575.
lutions, 542; veto power of bishops, 543; Co red Missouri.-Special session of the Legislature, 575; acts
Methodist Episcopal, 543; statistics, 543; Conference, passed, 575; panishment of bribery at elections, 576;
543; Methodist Protestant statistics, 543; General lawlessness in certain districts of the State, 576;
Conference, 543; proposals for reunion, 514; Primi. State debt, 576; State Grange Convention, 576; reso-
tive Methodists, 544; Western Conference, 544; East- lutions, 577 ; Democratic Convention and nomine-
ern Conference, 544; Free Methodists, 545; Wesleyan tions, 577; platform, 577; Reform or People's Party
Methodists, 545; Conference, 545; proceedings, 545; Convention and platform, 578; nominations, 578; re-
Methodist New Convention in Canada, 546; settle- sults of the election, 579; sketch of Govemor llardin,
ment of differences, 516; Methodist Church of Can. 579; details of the St. Louis bridge, 579.
ada, 547; Conference, 547; Missionary Society, 547; Montana.--A Territory, 580; tribal Indians, 580; numbers,
Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada, 548; Conser- 580; mining industry, 580; gold product, 581; princi-
ence, 548; Primitive Methodists in Canada, 548; Bible pal towns, 581.
Christian Church, 548; Wesleyan Methodist Conven- MONTEBELLO, Duc de.-Birth, 581 ; diplomatic career,
tion, 548; Irish Wesleyan Conference, 549; Copfer- 581; death, 581.
ence, 549; Methodist New Convention, 550; Primi. MONTGOMERY, HENRY E.-Decease of, 655.
tive Methodist Convention, 550; United Methodist Moravians.--Statistics, 581; report of Unity Elders, 561;
Free Churches, 550; Wesleyan Reform, 551; Bible further details, 582.
Christians, 551.

MORRILL, JUSTIN S.-Senator from Vermont, 150; on the
Mexico.--Boundaries, 551; divisions, 551; population, 551; salary law, 171, 172.

government, 551; finances, 552; public debt, 552; coin- MORRIS, EDWARD.-Decease of, 633.
age, 552; product of mines, 552; silver wines of Sina. MORRIS, THOMAS A.-Birth, 582; career as a bishop, 552;
loa, 553; Lower California, 553; articles of export, death, 582.
553; agricultural products, 553; total exports, 553; MORSE, HENRY B.-Decease of, 642.
relative imports, 554; exports from Yucatan, 554; MORTON, OLIVER P.-Senator from Indiana, 150; on the
shipping movement, 554; railways, 554; railway con- redemption of notes in coin, 185.
tracts, 554; army, 555; public instruction, 555; Presi- Music by Telegraph.-Sounds conveyed by electricity,
dent's message to Congress, 555; murder of the mis. 582; distance, 583; details, 583.
sionary Stephens, 556.

MYERS, FREDERICK.-Deccase of, 641.

588.

N

can Convention and platform, 610; Democratic Con-

vention, 611; resolutions and nominations, 611; Re-
Xasa, ALANsOX.-Decease of, 648.

publican Convention and nominations, 611; platform,
Nary of the United States.-Number of guns, 583; steam 611; results of the election, 612; election in New

navy, 583; iron -clads, 583; marine schools, 584; hy- York City, 613; State officers, 613; ratified amend.
drographic-office, 584 ; surveys in the Pacific, 584; ments to the constitution, 613-615; decision of the
other surveys, 584; soundings in the North Pacific, Court of Appeals in the “Ring Suits," 615; Adiron-
584; yearly pensions, 584 ; yearly estimates, 584 ; dack region, 616; survey, 616; height of mountains,
present condition of the navy, 585 ; views of Ad- 616; animals, 616; features of the region, 617; sketch
miral Porter, 585; special message of President of Governor Tilden, 617; eketch of Senator Kernan,
Grant, 585.

618.
Nebraska.-Population, increase of, 586; ravages of grass. Nicaragua.-Boundaries and area, 618; Legislature, 618;

hoppers, 586; Republican Convention and nomina- constitutional provisions, 618; state officers, 618 ;
tions, 586; platform, 536; Independents' Convention period of peace, 618; internal improvements, 619;
and nominations, 586 ; platform, 586 ; Democratic sources of state revenue, 619; surveys for a canal,
nominations and platform, 587; result of the elec- 619; climate, 619; election, 619.
tion, 587; finances, 587; valuation of property, 587; North Carolina.-Local-option law, 619; prohibition, 620;
State debt, 587; education, 588; famine and drought, new election law, 620; Congressmen, 620; results of

the election, 620; address to the people, 620; death
Netherlands.- Area and population, 588; provinces, 588, of the Governor, 620; educational fund, 620; State

religious divisions, 589; population of cities, 589; debt, 620; the financial question before the Legisla-
budget, 589; debt, 589; army and navy, 589; com. ture, 621; the consolidated debt bill, 621; Western
merce, 589; navigation, 589; hostilities with the Sul. North Carolina Railroad and the State interest, 621;
tan of Acheen, 590; second expedition, 590; occupa- the dividends on the stock, 621; railroad consolida-
tion of Kraton, 590; description of the fortress, 590; tion, 621; railroads in the State, 622.
operations of the fleet, 591; annexation of Acheen, NORTHCOTE, Sir Stafford H.—Biographical sketch of,
591; public opinion in the Netherlands, 591; losses of 370.
the Dutch, 591; ministerial crisis, 591; new ministry, NORWOOD, Tuomas M.-Senator from Georgia, 150; on
592; new session of the States-General, 592; King's

the Louisiana bill, 228.
speech, 592; preparation for the abolition of slavery
in Sumatra and Celebes, 592; financial estimates,
592; relations of Acheen with other countries, 592;

Dutch force at Acheen, 592, 593.
Nerada.--Its silver-mines, 593; bullion product of the

Obituaries, American, 622-664.
State, 593; discovery in the Comstock lode, 593 ;

Ohio. -Session of General Assembly, 664; State debt, 664;
excitement, 593; State finances, 594; value of prop-

local debts, 664; amount of taxes, 665; taxable valua-
erty, 594; election, 594; State officers, 594.

tions, 665; wheat acreage and crop, 665 ; do. corn, 665;
New Caledonia.-French convicts in, 326.

do. oats, 665; do. all grain, 665; hay, 665; flax, 665;
Nao Hampshire.-Republican Convention and nomina-

potatoes, 665; tobacco, 665; other crops, 665, 666; sta-
tions, 594; platform, 595; Democratic Convention and

tistics of land, 666; do. of animals, 666; banking cap-

ital, 666; railroad interest, 666; new buildings, 666 ;
Dominations, 596; platform, 596; State Temperance
Union Convention and platform, 597; results of the

vital statistics, 666 ; suits at law, 667; divorces, 667;
election, 597 ; State finances, 598; debt, 598; revenue,

school statistics, 667; Democratic Convention and
598; education, 598; charitable institutions, 598; peni-

nominations, 667; platform, 667; Republican Con-

vention and nominations, 668; platform, 668; Pro-
tentiary, 698; Reform School, 598; geological survey,
598; acts of the Legislature, 598, 599; prohibition bill

hibitionists' nominations, 668; results of the election,
adopted, 599; appointment of six judges, 599.

669 ; Constitutional Convention, 669 ; proceedings,
New Jersey.-Constitutional amendments approved by

669, 670; vote on the constitution, 670; women's tem-
the Legislature, 599, 600; the Stevens Battery, 600; Re-

perance crusade, 670.
publican Convention and nominations, 600; platform, OLINDA, Bishop of.—His arrest and imprisonment, 98.
600; Democratic Convention and nominations, 601; Oregon.-Legislation, 670; finances, 670; public schools,
PAREPA-Rosa, EUPHROSYNE.—Birth, 677; career as a vo- PROCOPIOS, Archbishop.-Chosen head of the Charch in
calist, 677; death, 677.

670; colleges and universities, 671 ; penitentiary, 671;
platform, 601; results of the election, 602; finances, 602;

Democratic Convention and nominations, 671; plat-
war-debt, 602; taxable property, 602; Insane Asylum
at Morristown, 603; Industrial School for Girls, 603;

form, 671; Republican nominations and platform,
Soldiers' Children's Home, 603; school system, 603;

672 ; Independent Convention and nominations, 673;
State-prison, 603; Reform-School, 603; public schools,

platform, 673; State Temperance Convention meets,
604; State Sanitary Committee, 604 ; recommenda-

674; platform, 674; nominations, 674; results of the

election, 674; parties in the Legislature, 674; Wom-
tions, 601; sketch of Governor Bedle, 604.

en's Suffrage Association, 674; resolutions, 674;
NEWTON, WILLOUGHBY.Decease of, 636.
New York. --The compulsory education bin, 604; its pro-

salmon-fisheries, 675 ; canning fish, 675.
visions, 604 ; statistics of common schools, 605; col ORLANDINI, AGATHA, G. S.-Decease of, 650.
leges, 605; academies, 605; funded State debt, 606;
finances, 606; State debt, 606; canal debt, 606; State

P
appropriations, 606; Board of Charities, 607; the
prison system, 607 ; taxation and value of taxable PALMER, CORTLANDT.-Decease of, 634.
property, 607; National Guard, 608 ; State banks, 608; PALMER, Mrs. PHEBE.-Decease of, 657.
national banks, 608; State canals, 608; details in full, Paraguay.--Boundaries, 675; area, 675 ; indemnity to
609; salt-works, 609; Prohibition Convention, 609; Brazil, 675; estimates of population, 676; new con-
platform, 609; nominations, 610; opposition to the stitution, 676 ; revenue, 676; debt, 676 ; public in-
renomination of Governor Dix, 610; Liberal Republic struction, 676; army, 676; commerce, 677.

Greece, 381, 382,
PARKER, JAMES.-Obituary notice of, 622.

PROCTER, BRYAN WALLER.—Birth, 697; career as a poet,
PARMELEE, THEODORE N.-Decease of, 643.

697; writings, 698; death, 698.
PARRIS, VIRGIL D.--Decease or, 639.

Protestant Episcopal Church. First Church Congress,
PEARSON, Isaac G.-Decease of, 637.

698; proceedings, 698; statistics of the Church, 699;
PELL, DUNCAN C.--Obituary of, 623.

General Convention, 699; Pan-Anglican Synod, 699 ;
PENDERGRAST, AUSTIN.-Decease of, 656.

resolution, 699; ratification of the election of bish-
Pennsylvania.--Public debt, 678; revenge and expendi. ops, 699; votes on Dr. Seymour's election, 700 ; addi-

tures, 678; banks, 678; fish commissioners, 678; rail- tion to Canon 20, 700; petitions relative to the Nicene
roads, 678; Legislature, how chosen, 678; law for Creed, 700; amendment of Canon 8, 701; case of aban.
mixed schools lost, 679; State geologist, 679; Repub- donment of communion, 701; canon in reference to
lican Convention, 680; nominations, 680; resolutions, church music, 701; bishop in other dioceses, 701; di-
680; Democratic Convention, 681; nominations, 681; vision of dioceses, 701 ; ordination of ministers, 701 ;
resolutions, 681; results of election, 681 ; riot at Sus- resolutions relative to the Russian Greek Church,
quehanna Depot, 681 ; letter of the Governor in 702; primitive orders of deaconesses, 702; new dio-
answer to a protest against military interference, ceses formed, 702 ; proceedings against Bishop Cum-
681.

mins, 702.
PERKINS, HENRY A.-Decease of, 643.

Prussia.–Sovereign, 703; area of provinces, 703; popa-
PERKINS, JOHN.-Decease of, 654.

lation and religious statistics, 703 ; Don-German pop-
PERLEY, IRA.-Decease of, 626.

ulation, 703; budget, 703; appropriation to railroads,
Persia.-Sovereign, 682; area and population, 682; reli- 703; conflict between the Government and the heads

gious divisions, 682; Protestant missions, 682; civil of the Catholic Church, 703; attack npon the Chancel-
divisions, 682; imports and exports, 682; riches of lor for investigating the politics of Catholic teachers,
the Shah, 682; political affairs, 683; opposition to re- 704; Bismarck's reply, 704; salary given to the old
forms, 683.

Catholic bishop, 704; new discussions of the ecclesi-
. Peru.-Boundaries, 683; area, 683; changes in the cabi. astical laws, 704; position of the Catholic clergy, 705;

net, 683; development and progress of the country, exceptions, 705.
684; Lima, 684; immigration, 685; schools, 685; Public Documents.—Message of the President to Congress,
finances, 685; army, 685.

December 7, 1874, 706-718.
POLAND, LUKE P.-Representative from Vermont, 150; Report of the Senate select committee on transpor-

on the repeal of the salary bill, 153; reports a bill to tation routes to the seaboard, 713; résumé of the
confer jurisdiction on the Criminal Court of the Dis. principal subjects of consideration, 713; water-lines
trict of Columbia, 239.

of transport, 714; proposed remedies, 714; competi-
PORTER, JOHN.-Decease of, 625.

tion between railways and its promotion, 715; direct
PORTER, Mrs. MEHITABEL M.-Decease of, 653.

regulation by Congress 717; rates in various conn-
PORTER, SAMUEL-Decease of, 626.

tries, 718; how revision of rates can be made, 719;
Portugal.-Sovereign, 685; provinces, 686; area and pop- various rates, 720, 721; indirect regulation by double

ulation, 686; foreign possessions, 686; finances, 686; tracks, etc., 723; improvement and creation of water-
budget of the colonies, 686; debt, 686 ; navigation, routes, 723 ; conclusions and recommendations of the
686; army and navy, 686; commerce, 686; legislation, committee, 725; the nnmerous routes, 726, 727; bene-
687; Lisbon, 687.

fits and advantages, 729, 730.
POTTER, HORATIO, Jr.-Decease of, 646.

The President's special message relative to Louisi-
Powers of Congress to enforce constitutional amendments, ana, 730; documents accompanying the message, 754;
797.

telegrams of General Sheridan, 735, 786.
PRATT, DANIEL D.-Senator from Indiana, 150; relative Action of the Congressional Committee, 736; report

to the compensation of Senators, 164-169; on specie of the sub-committee, 736–740.

payments, 180.
Presbyterians.-Statistics, 687; General Assembly, 688;

Q
plan for consolidating the boards, 688; the declara-
tion and testimony synod, 688; Southern Presbyte- QUACKENBOS, HERMAN J.-Decease of, 658.
rians, 689; statistics, 689; General Assembly, 689 ; QUETELET. LAMBERT A. J.-Birth, 742 ; career as an
answer to the Northern overture, 689; relations with astronomer, 742; death, 742.
General Synod of Reformed Church, 689; United Pres. QUIMBY, JAMES M.-Decease of, 646.
byterians, 690; statistics, 690; General Assembly, 690;
proceedings, 690; Cumberland Presbyterians, 690;
General Assembly, 690; proceedings, 691 ; Presbyte-
rian Charches in British America, 691; General Ag- Railway Bridge. - Novel construction, 742 ; length of
sembly, 691; basis of union, 691; votes, 691; resolu- draws, 742; success, 743; security, 743.
tions, 692; votes of the Church in connection with RAINEY, JOSEPH 1.—Representative from South Caro-
Church of Scotland, 692; resolution, 692; Church of lina, 150; on the civil-rights bill, 204.
the Lower Provinces, 692; reports, 692; basis of RANDALL, HENRY.--Decease of, 644.
union, 693; resolutions, 693; Free Church of Scot. Reformed Churches. - Statistics, 743; General Synod,
land, 694; General Assembly, 694 ; United Presbyte- 743; resolutions on union, 743, 744; Reformed Church
rians, 694 ; statistics, 694; Synod, 694; Federal Union in the United States, 744; statistics, 745; institutions,
of the Presbyterian Churches, €95; plan of the con- 745; report on organic union, 745.
federation, 695, 696 ; another series of resolutions Reformed Episcopal Church.-General Council, 746; re-
adopted, 696, 697; further proceedings, 697.

port of the committee on canons and on revision of
" Press Gag-Law," so called, 240.

the Prayer-Book, 746; details of the emendations rec-
PRIME, Mrs. JULIA A.-Decease of, 649.

ommended and adopted, 746–748,

763.

Rhode Island.-Legislation, 749; liquor law, 749; con- 493; instructione, 493; his report, 494; letter to Sec-

vict relief, 749 ; woman's suffrage, 749; Prohibition retary of War on the state of affairs, 498; on the

Convention, 749; nominations and platform, 749; Re- White-Leaguers, 498; further communications, 499;

publican Convention and nominations, 750; Demo- reassertions and statements, 500; his telegrams from

cratic Convention and proceedings, 750; speech of New Orleans to the Secretary of War, 735, 736.

W. B. Beach, 750; results of the election, 750; elec. SHERMAN, JOHN.-Senator from Ohio, 150; on the salary

tion of Senator, 750; new liquor law adopted, 751; law, 170; on specie payments, 179, 190, 196 ; ou the

powers and duties of State Constable, 751; prosecu- Louisiana bill, 230.

tions, 751; finances, 752; bonded debt, 752 ; State SHIMEAL, RICHARD C.-Decease of, 628.
Farm, 752; other institutions, 752.

SHURTLEFF, NATHANIEL B.-Decease of, 654.

RICH, Teoxas B.-Decease of, 624.

SICKLES, DANIEL.—Resigns as minister to Spain, 265.

RINEHABT, WILLIAM H.-Birth, 752; career as a sculptor SILL, FREDERICK W.-Decease of, 662.

752; death, 752.

Simson, MARTIN EDWARD.—Biographical sketch of, 366.

PITCHIE, DAVID.-Decease of, 627.

SLICER, HENRY.-Decease of, 632.

ROBERTS, Mrs. CAROLINE D.-Decease of, 662.

SMITA, GERRIT.-Birth, 767; death, 767 ; career, 768.

ROBERTSON, GEORGE.-Decease of, 635.

SMITH, HENRY.-Decease of, 626.

Roman Catholic Church.-Pontificate of Pius IX., 753; SMITH, MORGAN L.-Decease of, 663.

evangelical letter announcing a jubilee, 753; a spu- SMITH, STANLEY, Earl of Derby.—Biographical sketch of

rious brief, 756 ; his allocation on attempts to bring 370.

about terms between the Holy See and the Italian SMITH, THOMAS U.-Decease of, 648.

Government, 756; amount of ecclesiastical property South Carolina.-Session of the Legislature, 769; various

confiscated by the Italian Government, 757; letter of acts passed, 709; resolutions relative to the State

the Pope to the Archbishop of Gnesen and Posen, Bank, 769; report of investigating committee, 769;

757; proceedings at Berlin against the archbishop, State and county taxes, 770; Tax-payers Association,

758; other arrests, 758; Encyclical of the Pope on 770; resolutions, 770; criminal suit against the Gov.

the ecclesiastical policy of Austria, 758; proceedings ernor, 770; indictment quashed, 771; Republican Con-

in Austria, 760; do, in Switzerland, 760; do, in Rus. vention, 771; stormy session, 771; nominations, 771;

sia, 760; agitation in England, 761; troubles in the resolutions, 771; independent movement, 771; do.

East, 761; progress of the Church in India, 761; the convention, 771; nominations, 771; platform, 772;

Church in the United States, 761; New Brunswick Conservative Convention, 772; result of deliberations,

school law, 761; proceedings in Brazil, 761; letter of 772; resolutions, 772; result of the election, 772; con-

Cardinal Antonelli, 762 ; Pope's brief to the bishops gressional elections, 772; sketch of Governor Cham-

in Brazil, 762 ; proceedings in Venezuela, 762; do, in berlain, 772; assessments of property, 773; certifi-

Chili, 762; do. in Mexico, 762 ; decease of eminent cates of indebtedness, 773; the funding act, 773; com-

Catholics, 763; position of the Old Catholics,

mon-school system, 773; finances, 773.

(See AUSTRIA, BRAZIL, GERMANY, and SWITZERLAND.) SOUTHWORTH, TERTIUS D.-Decease of, 647.
RUNNELS, HARRISON G.-Decease of, 624.

Spain.-Provinces, 773; population of colonies, 773; bud.
RUOFF, CHARLES.-Decease of, 624.

get, 773 ; army and navy, 774; commerce, 774; rail.
RUSSELL, JOAN.-Decease of, 663.

roads, 774; opening of the Cortes, 774; coup d'état,

Russia.-Reigning family, 763; provinces, 763; popula- 774; new ministry, 774; dispersion of the Cortes, 774;

tion of cities, 763; finances, 763; debt, 763; new ministry under Serrano, 775; address to the pation,

army law, 763; Russian navy, 764; commerce, 764; 775; fall of Cartagena, 775; retirement of the Junta,

navigation, 764; railroads, 764; trans-Caspian terri- 775; concentration against the Carlists, 775; military

tory government, 764; treaty with Bokhara, 764 ; movements, 776; Serrano takes command, 776; inde-

marriage of the Emperor's daughter, 765; relations cisive engagements, 777 ; offensive operations re-

between Russia and Germany, 765; relations with sumed, 777; new crisis in Madrid, 777; new ministry,

England, 765 ; emigration of Tartars, 765; breach 777; Marshal Concha appointed commander-in-chief,

between Poles and Russians, 766.

777; military operations, 777; death of Concha, 778;

another coup d'état, 778; return of Prince Alfonso and

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assumption of power, 778; Cuban affairs, 778.

SPALDING, H. H.-Decease of, 647.
SADIER, OLIVER.–Decease of, 653.

SPARROW, WILLIAM.-Decease of, 623.
Salary Law.-Bill to repeal, 158; substitute, 162.

SPRAGUE, HAVILAH M.-Decease of, 637.
SANDFORD, MILES.-Decease of, 656.

SPRING, MARCUS.-Decease of, 649.
Sandwich Islands.—Population, 766; decrease, 766 ; visit STAUFFENBERG, Baron FRANZ VON.--Biographical sketch

of the King to the United States, 766; membership of, 367.
of Protestant Churches, 766; death of the King, 767; STEARNS, JOHN G.–Decease of, 623.
election of his successor, 767.

STEARNS, WILLIAM F, Decease of, 635.
SAULSBURY, ELI.-Senator from Delaware, 150; on the STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H.--Representative from Geor-
Louisiana bill, 230.

gia, 150; on the repeal of the salary bill, 155; on the

SCHILLINGSFÜRST, Prince HOHENLOHE, — Biographical civil-rights bill, 204.

sketch of, 366.

STEPHENS, JOHN L.-Decease of, 627.

SCOTT, DUNLAP.-Decease of, 757.

STEVENS, A. S.-Decease of, 651.

SCOTT, JOHN.–Senator from Pennsylvania, 150; relative STEVENS, JOHN A.-Decease of, 655.

to the salary law, 166.

STEVENSON, JOHN W.-Senator from Kentucky, 150; on

SHARPS, CHRISTIAN.-Decease of, 627.

the salary law, 172.

SHAW, THOMPSON D.-Decease of, 646.

STEVENSON, Major.-Decease of, 640.
SHEDDON, SAMUEL S.-Decease of, 655.

STEWART, WILLIAM M.--Senator from Nevada, 150; on
SHEERAN, JAMES M.-Decease of, 647.

solvency and honesty, 198.
SHERIDAN, General PHILIP.-Ordered to New Orleans, St. Gothard Tunnel.-Progress, 778; operators, 778; cap-

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