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NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

VOLUME XXI.

JUNE TO NOVEMBER, 1860.

NEW YORK:
HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,

327 to 335 PEARL STREET,

FRANKLIN SQUARE

CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXI.

AMONG THE NAIL-MAKERS...

............J. R. Chapin 145

AMOOR AND THE STEPPES.

............... A. H. Guernsey 610

ANCIENT MONUMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES..................E. G. Squier 20, 165

BACHELOR'S HALL ..............

.................D. R. Castleton 511

BATTLE OF BENNINGTON

................. T. D. English 325

BEFORE BREAKFAST ........

................... Rose Terry 329

BEFORE THE MIRROR.........

.................E. D. B. Stoddard 164

BLACK TARN .....

................................. 378

BLUE SKY SOMEWHERE......... ........................ ................ T. S. Arthur 689

BYRON, HOME AND GRAVE OF..

............. 606

CALIFORNIA, FIRST OVERLAND TRIP TO..

............. 80

CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH

...............Benson J. Lossing 721

CENTURY PLANT, THE...........

............... Fitz IIugh Ludlow 51

CONJUGAL CONVERSATIONS...........

................ 861

CONNECTICUT COLONY, TALE OF..

............... 224

COTTON PLANT, INSECTS BELONGING TO .............................. .............

COURTSHIP OF SUSAN BELL.....

........................... Anthony Trollope 366

CRUISE OF THE TWO DEACONS..

...Fitz Hugh Ludlow 194, 334, 480

DINNER AT THE MAYOR'S...

..............A. Oakey Hall 654

DOWN THE RIVER........

................ Rose Terry 793

EATON'S BARBARY EXPEDITION.............

...............J. T. Headley 496

EDITOR'S DRAWER.

DRAWER FOR JUNE.......................... 132 DRAWER FOR SEPTEMBER ............

DRAWER FOR JULY .............. ......... 276 DRAWER FOR OCTOBER

DRAWER FOR AUGUST...............

........

422 DRAWER FOR NOVEMBER................... 855

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

CHAIR FOR JUNE...............

124 CHAIR FOR SEPTEMBER ...

CHAIR FOR JULY...
267 CHAIR FOR OCTOBER ........

698

CHAIR FOR AUGUST.......................... 411 CHAIR FOR NOVEMBER ...................... 814

EDITOR'S FOREIGN BUREAU.

BUREAU FOR JUNE ........... ......... 129 BUREAU FOR SEPTEMBER.................... 559

BUREAU FOR JULY ............

272 BUREAU FOR OCTOBER ...................... 702

BUREAU FOR AUGUST.............. .......... 416 BUREAU FOR NOVEMBER...................

EDITOR'S TABLE.

AMERICAN CULTURE...........

119 DOMESTIC IDEALITY ..........................

OUR AMERICAN MANNERS...... ..... 262 LEARNING : ITS USES AND ABUSES ...... 840

Anglo-Saxon MIND

. 547

EPPING...

.............. Ruth Harper 657

EXCELSIOR .............

FALLEN STAR..........

.............F. J. O'Brien 834

FASHIONS, THE.

Fashions FOR JUNE ......
.. 143 FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER...

575

FASHIONS FOR JULY ........................... 287 FashioNS FOR OCTOBER ................ 719

FASHIONS FOR AUGUST....................... 431 Fashions For NOVEMBER...................

FEW CUTS BY A SHARP MAN ......

................. ........ 285

FIRST OVERLAND TRIP TO CALIFORNIA ...................................J. T. Headley 80

FOUND IN AN APRON POCKET........................

............ Louise Palmer 247

FOUR GEORGES, THE.............. .............. W. M. Thackeray 395, 525, 671, 823

FROTH ..........

...... George Arnold 73

GLITTER AND GOLD......

.............. Wm. M. Baker 780

HENRY GILBERT .

.................

...J. W. De Forest 359

HE WAS ALWAYS SUCH A FOOL .........

...............J. D. Whelpley 93

HOME AND GRAVE OF BYRON ...........

....... 606

INSECTS BELONGING TO THE COTTON PLANT ..................... Charlotte Taylor 37

JO DAVIESS, OF KENTUCKY........

..........................R. T. Coleman 341

JOHN BULL IN JAPAN ...................

.................... A. II. Guernsey 311

JOURNEY TO THE LAND OF THE MOON ............. ................ Charles Holmes 622

KING'S MOUNTAIN..

.................................. W. Gilmore Simms 670

LEGEND OF MICAH ROOD...

Jane M. Fuller 477

LETTER, AND WHAT CAME OF IT............ ............... Louise Chandler Moulton 212

LINES OF BEAUTY...

....... 286

LITERARY NOTICES.

Harper's School and Family Renders; Milburn's Pi. ural History; Gardners Institutes of International

oneers, Preachers, and People of the Mississippi Valley, Law; Thackeray's Lovel the Widower ; Trollope's Can.

116. The Mill on the Floss ; Carlyle's Critical and tle Richmond, 410. Leslie's Autobiographical Recollec-

Miscellaneous Essays: Sheahan's Life of Douglas, 117. tions, 513. Lewes's Studies in Animal Life, 515. Pen-

Savare's Representative Men: Abbott's Rainbow and dleton's Science & Witness for the Bible: Benedict'a

Lucky: Abbott's American History; Tyler's Bible and Run through Europe; Rosa, the Parisian Girl. 16.

Social Reform: Mitchell's Popular Astronomy; Me- Everett's Life of Washington, 695. Faraday Forces

moirs of the Duchess of Orleans: Wills's Old Leaves of Matter : Miss Mulock's One Year: The Woman in

from Household Words: Stedman's Poems; Rosa Bon- White; Burton's Central Africa: Atkinson's Regions

heur's Horse Fair. 118. Strickland's Life of Jacob of the Amoor; Reminiscences of an Officer of the

Gruber. Trollone'y West Indies and the Spanish Main, Zonaves: Auerbach's Barefooted Maiden: Mangel'

260. Fauriel's History of Provençal Poetry ; Mrs. Gas- Prolegomena Logica; Woolsey's Study of Interna-

kell's Right at Last; A Mother's Trials; Danesbury tional Law, 696. The Cottages of the Alps, S37.

House: Trollope's Three Clerks; How to Enjoy Life: Kendrick's Life and Letters of Emily C. Judson:

Smith's Smaller History of Greece ; Abbott's Genghis Poems, by George P. Morris; the Household of Bou.

Khan: Harper's Classical Library, 261. The Queens veric, 838. Tyndal's Glaciers of the Alps; Strickland's

of Society. 409. Gibson's Year of Grace; Punchon's Old Mackinaw; Loss and Gain: Wheat and Tares.

Sermons; Krapf's Travels in Africa; Hooker's Nat- 839.

LOVEL THE WIDOWER.......

................ W. M. Thackeray 99, 238

MARTHA'S VINEYARD................
......................................

...... 442

MERCHANT'S LESSON...

................. T. S. Arthur 235

MICAH ROOD, LEGEND OF............

................................... ........... 477

MISERABLE MAN THAT I AM.......

.............. Rose Terry 107

MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.

UNITED STATES. -- Proceedings in Congress, 113, 253, gin, 836. The Prince of Wales at Washington, 836.

405, 406. The Covode Investigating Committee, 113, Execution of Walker, 836.

400. Potter and Pryor, 113. National Conventions, SOUTHERN AMERICA.-Affairs in Mexico, 115, 259,

114. 259, 250, 406. The Charleston Democratic Con- 408, 693. Miramon and Zuloaga, 259. Defeat of Ura-

vention, 114. The Japanese Embassy, 115, 259, 408. ga, 408. Defeat of Miramon, 693. European Inter-

New York Legislature, 115. From California, 115. The ference, 633. Walker's Expedition to Honduras, 693.

Homestead Bill, 259, 406. The Constitutional Union His Capture and Execution, 836.

Convention; Nomination of Bell and Everett, 258. EUROPE.-The Annexation of Saroy to France, 116.

The Republican Convention; Nomination of Lincoln Insurrection in Sicily, 116. Peace between Spain and

and Hamlin, 259. Tornado at the West, 259. Indian Morocco, 116. Garibaldi's Landing in Sicily, 260. His

Hostilities, 259. Captures of Slavers, 259, 836. Meth- Capture of Palermo, 408. Conquest of Sicily, 549. Bat-

odist General Conference, 259. Veto of the Homestead tle of Melazzo, 694. Letter to the King of Sardinia,

Bill, 406. Appropriation Billa, 406. The Ilarper's Fer. 694. Descent upon the Main Land, and entry into

ry Committee, 406. Resolutions Censuring the Presi. Naples, 8.36. His policy, S36. The King of Naples,

dent, 406. The Baltimore Democratic Convention; 408, 836. War Feeling in England, 542. Speech of

Nominations of Douglas and Johnson, of Breckinridge Lord Palmerston, 512. Louis Napoleon's Reply, 693.

and Lane, 407. Movements for Fusion, 407, 692, 835. The Papal States, 694. Sardinian Demands, 836. Sar-

The Great Fastern, 408, 541. Rights of Naturalized dinian Invasion, 836. Battle of Castelfidardo, 836.

Citizens, 408. Dr. Hayes's Arctic Expedition, 408. THE EAST.-The Chinese and the Europeans, 408.

Political Speculations, 511, 691, 836. The Prince of Civil War in Syria, 408, 513, 694, S37. Massacres in

Wales, 641, 693, 836. Presidential Candidates on the Mount Lebanon, 513, 605. Massacres in Damascus, 543.

Union, 691. Elections, 692, $36. Speeches of Mr. Letter from Abd-El-Kader, 543. French Expedition to

Douglas, 692, 835. State Conventions in New York, Syria, 695. Executions in Damascus, 837. Destitution

693. Excitement in Texas, 6.3. Loss of the Lady El- at Beirût, $37.

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MONSTER, PLEA FOR ..........

............ 178

MY JOHNNY...........................

.................F. J. O'Brien 518

MY VELVET SHOES .............

..............Fitz Hugh Ludlow 804

NAIL-MAKERS, AMONG THE..............

.................. 145

NANTUCKET...

................ 745

NEW BEDFORD

OMNIBUS HORSE, DOLEFUL HISTORY OF

ONE YEAR AGO.

...............C. C. Cox 19

ONLY WORDS.

.............. T. S. Arthur 110

ORDINATION BALL...........

..............Jane M. Fuller 788

PEARLS AND GEMS.

...............J. W. Watson 764

PEARL RING, THE......

.................

............... Mary Bradley 638

PLEA FOR A MONSTER.

.............. Charles Nordhoff 178

PHRENOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS

................ 141

PRECOGNITION...

................C. A. Jewett 652

QUAKER WIDOW .............

.... Bayard Taylor 577

RED RIVER AND BEYOND........

... Manton Marble 289, 581

ROSE-GARDEN.

................. Samuel Osgood 798

SENTIMENTALISM .............

....... Henry Giles 203

SEWING BIRD, THE........................

...............F. J. O'Brien 433

SLIGHTLY DEAF......................

............... W. W. Sikes 232

SMITH, CAPTAIN JOHN.

.............................. 721

SOMEBODY'S LOVE-STORY .......

................Alice B. Haven 487

SOME OF MY TROUBLES

.............. C. E. T. Clarke 519

SPIDERS: THEIR STRUCTURE AND HABITS... ..................... Charlotte Taylor 461

STEREOSCOPIC SLIDES.

.............. 717

SULLIVAN'S ISLAND ..............................

... T. D. English 70

SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND................. .............D. H. Strother 1, 442, 745

TALE OF CONNECTICUT COLONY.....

....................Jane M. Fuller 224

TWO AGAINST ONE............ ....................... .......................... George Arnold 663

TWO PORTRAITS.....

Elenry Timrod 357

UNTO THIS LAST.

....John Ruskin 535, 685, 816

UP HIGHER...

.T. S. Arthur 682

VELVET SHOES, MY .............

................................. 804

VOICE FROM THE STREET......

.................L. A Bargie 211

WHEN I CAME BACK FROM SEA..................................................F. J. O'Brien 237

WILD CATTLE HUNTING ON GREEN ISLAND......... ............ Charles Hallock 220

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