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Air, Voyage in the,

237 Great Britain and the United States, Es-
Addison,
263 trangement between,

328
Andersen, Hans Christian, New Tales of, 376 Garibaldi to the English People,

334
Aids to Faith,
399, 435 Guérin, Eugénie de,

422
Grape Cure, The,

475
Bodley's Library and its Treasures, 173 Gymnastic Training of Troops,

604

Brazil, Coming Contest in,

181 Gold Discoveries,

610

Balloon Ascension,

184

Biarritz, Awful Scene at,

185 Heathendom,

21, 121

Black Lead,

TO 190 Hunt, Leigh, Correspondence of, : 151

Bastard Revolution,

225 Hazlitt, Lamb, and Hunt,

264

Boyd, A. K. H.,

279 Helps, Arthur,

268

Balloon Ascent, Highest,

286 Hannay, Mr.,

270

British Opinions,

381 Harper's Ferry, Battle at, .

273

Hiawatha in Latin,

574

Cotton, King,

Chronicles of Carlingford, 50, 242, 482 India, Dalhousie's Administration of, 191

Cannibalism,

123 Italy, Anti-Papal Literature of,

387

Consanguinity, Marriages of,

164

Cousins,

167 Join Hands—Leave Nobody out, .

6

Coal-Tar Colors,

189 Journals,

147

Carlyle,

266 Jews, The British Reform,

472

Charles
' v., Autobiography of,

331 Jefferson, Thomas, how he foreshadowed
Currency,
527 the Financial Policy for 1862,

615
Chemistry, Solar,

531
Luggie, The,

88

Dress, A Lady's,

42 71 Liberia, Republic of,

176

Dwight, Lieut.-Col., Death of,
142 Lawson, George,

195

Dalhousie's Administration of India, 191 Lamb, Charles,

265

Dürkheim,

475
Diplomatists, Lady,
518 Loves of old Ladies,

420
London Lyrics,

558
East and West,

139
European Prospects
183 Medusa and her Locks,

24

Essayists, Old and New,

260 Mistress and Maid, 30, 78, 111, 154, 206, 293

Electric Sparks,

291

354, 545, 579
England and France,
467 | Mornay, Madame de,

91
Macaulay's Poetical Career,

99
Famine in Lancashire, .

6 Mansfield, General J. K. F., Death of, 142

Frog in the Block of Coal,

327 Marriages of Consanguinity,

164

Female Life in Prison,

339 “Morituri te Salutant,'

221

France, Alliances of,

381 Mysterious Crime,

231

Influence of, in Europe,

429 Montaigne,

262

and England,

467 Macaulay,

Faith, Aids to,

399, 435 Miller, Hugh,

281

Forgery of Bank of England Notes, 466 Mitchel General,

425

French Literature, Sources of, to 612 Medicine and Physiology,

463

Mummies, ;.

Girl, A Little, Pictured,

134

Gambler's Idol,
234 | Naggletons, The,

187

Grave of

316

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SHORT ARTICLES.

Adam, Albrecht, Death of,

321 Lap of Luxury,

Lighthouses, Improvement in,

Bandit and Red Boots,

150 Lady Novelists,

British Population and Letters,

172 Liprandi, Gen.,

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175 Life Assurance,

Britons, Ancient, Facts concerning, 180, 230

Back Again,

Brooks, Hannah, Inquest on the Body of, 603 Monogram, The, .
Cotton, Illinois,

Nunneries,

330

Circular Panoramic Prints,

375

Cambridge, A Voice from,

431 Peabody, Geo., Persecution of,

Cockney Criticism,

480 Pope's Generosity,

Cod Liver Oil for fattening Cattle, 494 Pensions, New, in England,

Paper Money, The first,

Discounting One's Marble,

14 Petroleum, Illuminating Power of,

Diabetes, Researches on the Nature and Pracd's Charade, Solution of,

Treatment of,

599

Rebels, England making Ships for the,

England, Bank of, Notes,

110 Romance Language, The,

Exhibition, The, in Ten Minutes, 480 Recognition of the South,

Relic, Discovery of,
Faith, Stone of,

144 Railway from Smyrna to Epheus,
Follow my Leader,

370 | Revolutionary Debt,
Frogs in Coal,

449
Female Physicians,

494

Sanscrit Inscriptions,

Fayal, Earthquakes at,

599

Shooting Stars,

Greece, Improvements in,

Spas of Europe,

318
Garibaldi's Letter to Great Briton,

Sensation Paragraphs,

333

Gold-mining, .New Mode of,

Science, Devotion to,

389

Gorilla's Dilemma,

Styx, News from the,

431

Gladstonian Distinction,

Silver in Photographing,

609

Swiss Soup, :

Hall's Arctic Expedition,

129

Hallam, Statue of,

389

Turkey Braised,

Iron in the Lakes of Sweden,

282 Violins, Old, High Price of,

Iron Ships, Coating the Hulls of, 318 1“ Violation of Nature,"

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505

375

389

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146

177

239
288
290
290
336
384

194

TALES.
Chronicles of Carlingford, 50, 242, 482 | Salem Chapel,

50, 542, 482

Mistress and Maid, 30, 78, 111, 154, 206, 293 What I Heard at the Coffee-Party,

15

354, 545, 579 | Water Babies, The,

390, 450, 495
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TO THE READERS OF THE “LIVING AGE.”

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This number of The Living Age concludes the second year of its war trials and perils. These have been severe, and have called for all possible economy; but they have been less than might have been anticipated.

The loss of all subscribers in the rebel States has been followed by a great scarcity of stock for making paper, and this has obliged the newspaper press to increase its price. The Living Age has suffered under the tyranny of King Cotton, as have all other periodicals

It is a strong proof of the steady attachment of the readers of The Living Age-and a proof for which we are very grateful,--that more than nine-tenths of our subscribers in the loyal States have stood by us through this “year of famine.”

We have not been without anxieties, so that every letter enclosing a remittance is received as a special encouragement and personal favor.

May we venture so far as to ask every man who thinks well of the work (now approaching its thousandth number, and concluding its seventy-fifth volume) to take so much personal trouble as to induce one or more of his neighbors to order it, and thus to “fill up the old regiments."

Number 969, which is printed on the cover this week, is the number of years to which Methuselah attained. We do not expect to live so long, -though we cannot but think how valuable a series of the Antediluvian Age he might have published, at the rate of four volumes to a year. If we can complete twenty-five more volumes of our Living Age, 80 as to make up an invaluable set of one hundred volumes, we shall be abundantly satisfied, and shall feel that we hare left to posterity, as Milton said, a work " which it will not willingly” leave unread.

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