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NEW HAMPSHIRE-

NEW YORK-
fund, 404; edncation, 404; Dartmonth Col- Regents of the University of the State of
lege, 404; Agricultural College, 401; Super. New York, 414; University Convocation,
intendent of Public Instrnction, 401; school 415; Colunbia College, 415; other colleges
committees, 401; teachers' conventions, 404; and universities, 415; Superintendent of
public schools, 404; charitable institutions, Public Instruction, 415; school commission-
405; Asylum for the Insane, 405; Reform ers, 415; Normal Schools, 416; teachers in.
School, 405; state prison, 405; wealth and stitutes, 416; public schools, 416; private
industry, 405; agriculture, 406; manufac- schools, 416; charitable institutions, 416;
tures, 406; lumber, 406; farms, 406; pro- Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 416, 417;
ducts, 406, banks, 406; votes at presidential Institution for the Blind, 417; Asylum for
elections, 670.

Idiots, 417; Lunatic Asylums, 417; Inebri.
NEW JERSEY, Governors of, 67; U.S. Senators ate Asylum 417, 418; Western House of

of, 72, 263; Representatives in Congress, 75, Refuge, 418, state prisons, 418, 419; wealth
261; collectors of customs in, 38; assessors and industry, 419; arrivals of foreigners, 419;
and collectors of internal revenue, 101 ; mail agriculture, 420 ; receipts for customs, 420;
service in, 155; pensioners in, 177, 178; tem.

canals and railroads, 4:20; minerals, 420; pros
perature and rain-fall of, 186; average yield ducts, 420); banks, 242, 244, 420; insurance
and prices of crops, 187 ; prices of farm companies, 420; imports, 420; votes at presi.
stock, 188; colleges in, 200.

dential elections, 678.
Capital, 406; area, 406; population, 406, New York City, 516; area of Manhattan Isl-
410; settlement, 406, United States consti- and, 510; population,516, 521; government,
tution ratified, 406; government, 406; legis. 616; board of aldermen, 516; board of ag.
lature, 407; qualification of voters, 407 ; mi- sistant aldermen, 516; board of supervisors,
litia, 407; judiciary, 407; Supreme court, 616; commissioners of charities and correc-
407; court of Errors and Appeals, 407; Unit tions, 516 ; executive departments, 517; ex-
ed States courts, 407; terms of courts, 407; ecutive county officers, 517; commissioners
finances, 408; state debt, 408; education, of Central Park, 517; Metropolitan police
408; Princeton College, 408; Board of Edu- department,517, Courts, 517; Police courte,
cation, 408; Superintendent of Public In- 517; Criminal courts of record, 518; Civil
struction, 408; county superintendents, 108; courts, 518; fire department, 518; board of
board of examiners, 408; Normal School, health, 518; Croton aqueduct, 518;, educa-
409 ; public schools, 409; charitable institu- tion, 518; school officers, 518; periodicals
tions, 409; Lunatic Asylum, 409; Home for and libraries, 518; churches, 518; charitable
disabled soldiers, 409; Soldiers Children's institutions, 519, 521; post office, 519; rev.
Home, 409, 410; state prison, 409, 410; wealth enue officers, 519; military, 519; banks, 519;
and industry, 410; garden products, 410; insurance companies, 519; number of man-
zinc and marl, 410; manufactures, 410; pro- ufacturing and mining companies, 519, city
ducts, 410; banks, 410; railroads, 410; votes railroads and ferries, 519; imports and ex.
at presidential elections, 672.

ports, 520; arrivals of steamers, ships, &c.,
NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, 621.

520; valuation of taxable property, 620; ap-
NEW MEXICO, Governors of, 69; delegates from, propriations, 520; amount of tax, 521; im.

76; assessor and collector of internal reve migration, 521; representation in the State
enue, 101 ; mail service in, 150; gold and Legislature and in Congrese, 521.
silver product of, 220, 221.

NEW ZEALAND, area, 601; population, 601; par.
Capítal, 500; area, 500; population, 500; liament, 601 ; revenue, expenditures and
settlement, 500 ; ceded to the United States, debt, 601; industry, 601.
500; constituted a territory, 500; govern- NICARAGUA, capital, 527; area, 527; population,
ment, 500; legislature, 500: judiciary, 500; 5:27; government, 527; divisions, 527; reve-
Supreme and District courts, 501; education, nue, expenditures and debt, 527; imports
501 ; schools, 501 ; Spanish dialect, 501 ; and exporte, 527.
wealth and industry, 501; productions, 501; NICHOLAS I, Prince of Montenegro, 591.
mining operations, 501; salt, 502.

NOMINATION of President and Vice President,
NEW SOUTH \Vales, area, 601; population, 601; 267, 272.

immigrants, 601; parliament, 601; schools, NORMAL schools, 210.
601; revenue, expenditure and debt, 601; NORMAL and Training schools, 210.

trade, imports and exports, 601; coal, 601. NORTH CAROLINA, line of sun's eclipse passes
NEW YORK, Governors of, 67; U.S. Senators, through, 13; Governors of, 67; U. 8. Sena-

72, 263 ; Representatives in Congress, 75, tors, 72, 283; Representatives in Congress,
204; collectors of customs, 98; assessors 75, 261; collectors of customs in, 98; asses.
and collectors of internal revenuc, 101, 102 ; sors and collectors of internal revenue in,
mail service in, 155; pensioners in, 177, 178; 102; mail service in, 155; temperature and
temperature and rain-fall of, 186; average rain-fall of, 186; average yield and prices of
yield and prices of crops, 187; prices of farm crops, 187; prices of farm stock, 188; col.
stock, 188; colleges in, 200.

leges in, 2007 gold product, 221.
Capital, 411 ; area, 411; population, 411, Capital, 421; area, 421 ; population, 421,
419 ; settlement, 411; United States consti. 425; settlement, 421; United States consti-
tution ratified, 411; state constitution adopt- tution ratified, 421; secession of, 421 ; re-ad-
ed, 411; government, 411; Governor's staff, mitted to the union, 421 ; government, 421;
411 ; legislature, 411, judiciary, 412; court legislature, 421; qualification of voters, 422;
for Trial of Impeachments, 412; court of judiciary, 122; Supreme court, 422, 423; Su-
Appeals, 412, 413; Supreme court, 412, 413; perior court, 422, 423; United States courts,
County courte, 412; Criminal courts, 412; 423; terms of courts, 423; finances, 423;
United States courts, 413; terms of courts, state debt, 423; education, 424; State Uni.
413; finances, 413; general and other funds, versity, 424; Board of Education, 424; pub-
414; state debt, 414; canal fund, 414; canal lic school system, 424; literary fund, 424;
debt paying interest, 414; education, 414; Superintendent of Public Instruction, 424;
OBITUARIES-
charitable institutions 424; Insane Asylum, Leser, Rev. Isaac, 787; Lentze, Emmanuel,
425; Institution for Deaf and Dumb, 425; 787; Limayrac, Panlin, 787; Lincoln, "Levi,
state prison, 425; wealth and industry, 425; 787; Longley, Chas. Thomas, 787; Louis I.
divisions of, 426; fisheries, 426; minerals, Chas.

Augustus, 788; Lover, Samuel, 788.
426; products, 426; manufactures, 426; banks, McCall, George Archibald, 788; McGee,

426; votes at presidential elections, 686. Thomas D'Arcy, 789; McRae, John J., 789
NORTH GERMANY, 554; area and population, Magee, John, 789; Mann, Abijah, Jr., 789

(see Germany); government, 554; new con- Mann, James, 789; Marochetti, Chas, Baron,
stitution, 554; federal council and parlia- 790; Marsh, John, D. D., 790; Mattison, Hi-
ment, 554; finances, 555; expenditures and ram, D. D., 790; Mayne, Sir Richard, K. C.
revenue, 555, army and navy, 555.

B., 790; Menkin,

Adah Isaacs, 780: Michael
NORWAY, capital, 587; area, 587; population, III., Prince of Servia, 791; Miller, James

587; government, 587; democratic constitu- F., 191; Milman, Henry Hart, 791; Mitchell,
tion, 587; the Storthing, 587; education, 587; S. Augustus, 791; Monagas, Gen. Jose
finances, 587; army and navy, 588; imports Tadeo, 792; Mongkont, Chao Pha, King of

and exports, 588; commercial navy, 588. Siam, 792; Morehead, Chas. S., 792 ; Muzaf-
Notes, legal tender, 241; of National banks, fer-ed-diu, Emir of Bokhara, 792.
242

Navaez, Don Ramon Marie, Duke of Va.
lencia, 792;

Nicolson, Samuel, 793; Noyes,
0.

Joseph C., 793.

Pendleton, John S., 793; Pickering, Oc-
OBITUARIES, Abbott, Amos, 773; Adler, George tavius, 793; Poe, Adam, D. D., 793.

J., 773; Allen, Wm., D. D. 773; Andrea, Raphall, Rev. Morris Jacob, 793; Rives,
Jerome de, 773; Andrews, Timothy P., 773; Wm.

C., 794; Robertson, Anthony L., 734,
Asboth, Alexander, 773.

Rossini, Gioachino, 794; Rothschild, James,
Baker, Lafayette C., 773; Baraga, Freder- Baron, 195.
ick, D.D., 774; Baugher, Henry L., D.D., Salisbury, James, Marquis of, 795; Sey-
774; Baxter, Portus, 774Bayard, Richard mour, Thomas H., 795; Slemmer, Adam J.,
H., 774; Beach, Moses Yale, 774; Beach, 795; Smith, Benjamin Franklin, 795;

Smith
Wooster, M. D., 774; Beall, s, w., 774; Seba, 796 ; Sommers, Chas. G., D.D., 196;
Beecher, Lieut. Frederick, 774; Bell, Henry Steele, Frederic, 796; Stevens, Edwin A.,
H., 774; Bell, Samuel Dana, 775; Berryer, 796; Stevens, Thaddeus, 796: Stockton,
Antoine Pierre, 775; Blakeney, Sir Edward, Thos, Hewlings, 798; Stohlman, Chas. F.E.
775; Boyd, John H., 775; Bradbury, Wm. D. D., 798; Stoughton, Edward H., 798.
B., 775; Brewstet, Sir David, 775; Brooke, Theodorus, King of Abyssinia, 798;
Sir James, K. C. B., 776; Brougham, Henry, Thompson, Waddy, 799; Tod, David, 799;
Lord Brougham and Vaux, 776; Brown, Rev. Tracy, Andrew, 79ğ.
John Newton, 777; Buchanan, James, 777; Vassar, Matthew, 799; Vaughan, Robert,
Buel, Alexander W., 778.

D. D., 800.
Cagger, Peter, 778; Campbell, John H., Walewski, (Comte de) Florian, 800; Wells,
778; Campbell, Thompson, 778; Cardigan, Samuel, 800, Whittlesey, Thos. T., 800
Jas. Thos. Brudenell, 178; Carson, Kit, 778, Wick, Wm. w., 800; Wilmot, David, 800
Cattermore, George, 779; Christy, George, Woodruff, John, 800; Wortendyke, Jacob
779; Clark, Laban, D.D., 779; Cobb, How- R., 800.
ell, 779; Coles, Edward, 780; Coquerel, OCCULTATIONS of Regulus and Aldebaran, 19.
Athanase, 780; Coyne, Joseph Stirling, 780; ECUMENICAL councils, 614.
Cranworth, Lord the Right Hon. Monsey OFFICERS of the Government of the United
Rolfe, 780.

States, 60; presidents, 60; vice-presidents,
Dean, Julia, 780; Duffeld, Geo., D. D., 60; secretaries of state, 60; secretaries of
780.

the treasury, 61; secretaries of war, 61 ; sec-
Elliott, Charles Loring, 781; Ellsworth, retaries of the navy, 61; secretaries of the
Wm. W., 781; Engle, Frederick, 781.

interior, 61; postmasters-general, 62; st-
Fessenden, T. Å. D., 781 ; Finney, Dar- torneys-general, 62; chief justices of the
win A., 781; Force, Peter, 781; Ford, Thos. supreme court, 62; associate justices of the
H., 781; Fulford, Francis, D. D., 782.

supreme court, 62, presidents pro-tempore
Gannon, Mary, 782; Gates, William, 782; of the Senate, 63; speakers of the House of
Gansevoort, Guert, 782; Gibbs, Alfred, 782; Representatives, 63.
Gillespie, Wm. Mitchell, 782; Gilmer, John OH10, Governors of, 67; U.S. Senators, 72, 263;
A., 782; Goodrich, Chauncey A., D. D., 782; Representatives, 75, 264; collectors of eus-
Granger, Francis, 782; Grayson, Wm., 782; toms, 98; assessors and collectors of inter-
Gurley, Phineas D., D. D., 183.

nal revenue, 102; mail service in, 156; pen-
Halpine, Charles G., 783; Hampden, the sioners in, 177, 178; temperature and rainfall,
Rt. Rev. Reun Dickson, 783; Hartstene, 186; average yield and prices of crops. 187;
Henry, 783; Havin, Leonor Joseph, 783; prices of farm stock, 188; colleges, 200.
Hawks, Right Rev. Cicero S., D.D., LL.D., Capital, 426; area, 42; population, 496;
784; Head, Sir Edmund Walker, 784; Her. ceded to the United States, 426; settlement
rick, Anson, 784; Higgins, Matthew James, of, 426, 432; admitted to the Union. 496;
784; Hindman, Thos. C., 784; Hinds, James, government, 426; legislature, 427; qualitica-
784; Hopkins, John Henry, 784; Hughes, tion of voters, 427; state militia, 427: judi-
Ball, 785.

ciary, 427; Supreme court, 427, 428; United
Ingersoll, Joseph R., 785.

States courts, 427; finances, 429;

state debt,
Johnson, Herman M., D.D., 785; Junkin, 428; education, 428; school commissioners,
George, D. D., 785.

428: board of examiners, 429; school dis-
Kean, Charles, 785; Kearney, Lawrence, tricts, 429 ; public schools, 429; private
786; Kimball, Heber C., 786; Krummacher, schools 429; colleges, 430; charitable insti.
Frederic Wilhelm, 786.

tutions, 430; Lunatic Asylums, 430, 431;

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PENNSYLVANIA
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 430, perature and rainfall, 186; average yield and
431; Institution for the Blind, 430, 431; prices of crops, 187; prices of farm stock,
Asylum for Idiots, 430; Reform School, 430, 188; colleges in, 202.
431 ; penitentiary, 431, 432; wealth and in- Capital, 437; area, 437; popolation, 437,
dustry, 432; vineyards, 432; coal and iron, 444; settlement of, 437; United States con.
432; salt, 432: railroads, 432, 433; commerce. stitution ratified, 437; government, 437; leg.
432; products, 433; banks, 133; votes at presi- jelature, 437: qualification of voters, 437
dential elections, 698.

judiciary, 437: Supreme conrt, 437, 438;
OLDENBURG, capital, 559 ; area, 559 ; popula- District courts, 438 ; courts of Common

tion, 559; reigning sovereign and family, Pleas, 438; United States courts, 438;
559; government, 560; revenue, expendi- terms of courts, 438; finances, 439; state

tures, debt, 560; army, 560; commerce, 560. debt, 439; education, 439; history of school
ORD, E. 0. C., Maj. Gen., appointed command- system, 439: colleges, 439, 441; Superin-

er of 4th Military District, 234; orders an tendent of Public Instruction, 439; school
election, 281.

districts, 439; Norinal schools, 440, 441;
ORDNANCE Department, 114; bureau of the public schools, 440; colleges, academies
navy, 128.

and seminaries, 441; charitable institutions,
OREGON, Governors of, 68; U. S. Senators of, 441; Insane Asylum, 441, 442, 443; Institu.

72, 263; Representatives in Congrese, 75, tion for the Deat and Dumb, 441, 442; Insti-
264; collector of customs and surveyor, 98; tutiou for the Blind, 441, 442; Training-
assessor and collector of internal revenue, School for Feeble-minded Children, 441, 442;
101; mail service in, 156; land grants to, 174, Philadelphia House of Refuge, 441; House
435; pensioners in, 177; temperature and of Refuge for West Pennsylvania, 141, 442;
rainfall, 186; colleges in, 202; gold product, Pennsylvania Hospital, 442; West Pennsyl-
220, 221.

vania Hospital, 413; penitentiaries, 413;
Capital, 433; area, 433; population, 433, wealth and industry, 444; foreigners in the
436; settlement, bonndary, 433; admitted to State, 444; agriculture, 444; coal and petro-
the Union, 433; government, 433; legisla- leum,444; railroads,444; products,444; banks,
tyre, 433; qualification of voters, 433; judi. 444; votes at Presidential elections, 764.
ciary, 431; Supreme court, 434; United States PENSION office, 175.
conris, 431; finances, 434; state debt, 434; PENSIONS, 169; commissioner of, 170; army
education, 435; Willamette University, 435; pensions, 175; navy pensions, 176, 178.
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 435; PENSIONERA, 176, 178, 179.
charitable in-titutions, 435; Insane Asylum, PEREZ, JOSÉ JOAQUIX, president of Chili, 527.
433; penitentiary, 435; wealth and industry, PERSIA, capital, 597; area, 597; population,
436; natural divisions, 436; forests, 436; 597; chief cities, 597; sovereign, 597; rev-
fisheries, 436; Columbia river, 436; votes at enue, 597; army, 597; imports and exports,
Presidential elections, 732.

597.
ORGANIZATION of the army, 122.

PERO, capital, 532; area, 532; population, 532;
ORIENTAL Churches, 615.

history, 532; government, 632; new consti-

tution adopted, 532; Senate and House of
P.

Representatives, 532; religion, 532; minis-

try, 532; revenue, expenditures, and debt,
PAGANS, in America, 524; in Europe, 539; in 532; army and navy, 532; exports and im-
Asia, 592; in the world, 609.

ports, 532; arrivals and clearances, 532.
PAPAL States, 580 ; capital, 580; area, 580; PETER I., Grand Duke of Oldenburg, 559.
population, 580; history, 590 ; reigning sove Phases, of Venus, 15; of the moon, 23-45.
ereign, 580 ; government, 580; Councils, 680; PHILADELPHIA, high water at, 21.
ministry, 580; revenue, expenditures, and Pius IX., Sovereign Pontiff of Rome, 580.
debt, 580; army, 581; commerce, 581; rail. PLANETS, small or asteroids, 14; exterior, 15;
ways, 581.

interior, 15; ephemeries of, 16, 17; situa-
PARAGUAY, 531 ; capital, 531 ; area, 531; popula- tion of, 23-5; conjunctions of, 46; diameter

tion, 531; history, 531; disputed territory, and revolutions of, 47; primary and aster-
531; government, 531; sources of income, 531; oids, 47.
debt, 532; army and navy, 532; exports and PLANETARY conjunctions, 46; characters, 46.
importe, 532.

PLATFORMS, (see National Platforins).
PARLIAMENT of Great Britain, 570; daration POLAND, population, 581; government, 584;
of, 571.

loss of independence, 584; finances, 584.
PARLIAMENTARY elections in Great Britain, POLARIS, time of passing the meridian, 49;
57l; grants to popular education, 572.

mean distance from the pole, 1869, 49.
PASSPORTS, clerk of, 81.

POLITICAL classification of Congress, 264.
Patent office, 169, 181; commissioner of, 169 ; POLYNESIA, (see Australasia and Polimesia).

established, 181; receipts and expenditures, POPE, JOHN, Maj. Gen., appointed commander
181; business of, 182; library of, 182.

of 3d District, 234 ; orders issued by, 275, 306.
PATENTS, applications for, 181, 182, issued, 181, POPULATION, of States and Territories, (ree each
182.

State and Territory); of America, 523; of
Pay of cadets, 111; of the army, 121; of the independent American States, 523; of Euro-
navy, 141.

pean possessions in America, 524; of Europe,
Pay Department of the army, 113.

638 ; of States of Europe, 539, 540; of Asia,
PEDRO II., Emperor of Brazil. 526.

592; of States and divisions of Asia, 592; of
PENITENTIARIES, (see each State).

Africa, 598; of divisions and subdivisions,
PENNSYLVANIA, Governors of, 68; U. S. Sena- 598; of Australasia and Polynesia, 601 ; (also

tors, 72, 23; Representatives in Congress, see each dirision of Europe, Asia, Africa, &c.,
75, 264; collectors of customs, 98; assessors for population of each).
and collectors of internal revenne. 102; mail PORTUGAL, capital, 581 ; area, 581 : popnlation,
service in, 150; penzioners in, 177, 178; tem- 581; history, 581 ; islands and colonies, 581;

[1869

PUBLIC Resolutions, 254.
reigning sovereign and family, 581; govern- PUBLIC School expenses in principal cities of
ment, 581; Legislative Chambers, 581; coun- United States, 213.
cil of ministers, 581; education, 581; uni-
versity, 581; revenue, expenditure and debt,

Q.
581; army, 581; navy, 582; exports and im-
ports, 582.

QUALIFICATIONS, of Senators of United States,
Postage, rates of domestic, 157; foreign, 158, 70; of Representatives, 70; of cadets at the

161; regulations with respect to, 157, 159. Military Academy, 110; of candidates for the
Postages on United States and European Naval Academy, 130; of cadet engineers, 131.
mails, 156.

QUALIFICATION of voters, (see each State).
POSTAL Conventions, 150; with Great Britain, QUARTERMASTER's Department, 112.

150; with other foreign countries, 150; with QUEENSLAND, 601; area, 601 ; population, 602;
Hong Kong, 151 ; mail steamship service to immigration, 602; establishment, CO2: Par
China and Japan, 151.

liament, 602; revenue and expenditnres, 602;
Postal money order system, 164.

exports and imports, 602.
Postal service, 151; post offices and delivery QUICKSILVER, mines of Almaden, 645; use of,

of letters, 151; statistics for fiscal year end- 648; history of, 658.
ing June 30, 1867, 152; revenue and expen-
ditures from 1854 to 1868, inclusive, 154; es-

R.
timates for 1869, 155; appropriations for
special service,

155; table of mail service RAINFALL, table of for twelve months, 186.
and of postal receipts and expenditures for RATIFICATION of constitutions of Southern
year ending June 30, 1867, by States, 155 ; states, 235; of constitutional amendment-
rates of domestic postage, 157; postage on fourteenth, 258; fifteenth, 801.
transient printed matter, 157; foreign let- REAR ADMIRALS, 132-134.
ters, 158; rates of postage on printed mat- RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, of the Patent
ter for foreign countries, 158; regulations Office, 181; of the Post Office, 149-155; of
with respect to newspapers, book packets, the United States, 237; from Internal Rer-
patterns, samples, &c., to foreign countries, enue, 237.
159; United States exchange offices for for- RECONSTRUCTION in the Southern stater, 233.
eign mails, 160; table of postage to foreign REED, Gov., of Florida, urges provision for
countries, 160.

charitable and penal institutions, 310.
PosTMASTER General, 80; duties of, 148. REFORM BILL of Great Britain, 570-571.
POSTMASTERS General, 62.

REFORMED CHURCHES, in the United States,
Post Office Department, 148; bureaus in, 148; 622; in Europe and Africa, 622.

chief officers in, 149; revenues and expen- REGISTER OF THE TREASURY, 97; duties of, 96.
ditures of, 149.

REGISTRATION of voters in Southern states, 234.
Post Offices, 151.

REGULUS, occultation of, 19.
PRE-EMPTION law and right, 171, 175.

RELIGION, in the American states, 524; in the
PREFACE, 3.

European states, 539; in Asia, 592.
PRESBYTERIANS, Old School in United States, RELIGIOUS STATISTICS OF THE WORLD, 609;

621; New School, 621; other branches, 621, creeds, 609; Christians, 609; Jews, 609: East

622; in Great Britain and Colonies, 622 Asiatic, 609; Mohammedans, 609; Pagans,
PRESIDENT of the United States, how chosen, 609; Christianity, 609.
79; powers and duties of, 79.

REPRESENTATIVES, in fortieth Congress, 74;
PRESIDENTS of the United States, 60, 79, 80. in forty-first Congress, 263.
PRESIDENTS of colleges, 197.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTIOX, 265;
PRESIDENTS pro-tempore of the Senate, 63. Platform, 265.
PRICES of farm stock, 188. -

RESIGNATIONS, deaths and dismissals in the
PRIVATE land claims, 174.

navy, 136,
PROCEEDINGS of fortieth Congress, 225. RETIRED List, of Army, 119; of Navy, 135.
PROCLAMATIONS of President Johnson, 255-257. Reuss, chief town, 562, Elder line, area and
PRODUCTIONS, (see each State).

population, 562; Younger line, area and
PROTESTANTIBM in America, 524; divisions of, population, 562; Elder line, reigning sover-
616.

eign and family, 562; new constitution, 562;
PROTESTANT Churches, 616.

income, expenditures, debt, troops, 562;
PROTESTANT Episcopal Church of the United Younger line, reigning sovereign and family,
States, 616.

562; government, 562; income, expendi-
PRUSSIA, capital, 555; area, 555; population, tures, debt, troops, 562.

555, 556; table of provinces, 555, langnages RHODE ISLAND, Governors of, 68; U. S. Seb-
spoken, 555; chief cities, 556; reigning sov- ators, 72, 263 ; Representatives in Congress,
ereign and family, 556 ; increase of territory, 75, 264; collectors of customs and surveyors,
556; list of sovereigns, 556; government, 98; assessors and collectors of internal rer.
556; constitution, 556; House of Lords and enue, 103; mail service in, 156;

pensioners
Chamber of Deputies, 556; the executive, in, 177, 179; temperature and rainfall. 156;
557; education, 557; finances, 557; revenue, average yield and prices of crops, 187, prices
expenditures and debt, 557; army and navy, of farm stock, 188; colleges in, 202.
557, 558; fortresses, merchant navy, 558; Capitals, 445; area, 445 ; population, 445,
imports and exports, 558; mines, 558; banks, 448; settlement of, 145; u.s. constitution

558; railroads and telegraph lines, 558. ratified, 445; government, 445; legislature,
Public buildings of Washington, 513.

445; qualification of voters, 445;

judiciary,
Public debt of the United States, 239, 244; com- 445; Supreme court, 445, 446; court of Com
parative view of, 240.

mon Pleas, 445, 446; United States courts,
Public Lands, 169, 170; surveyor 169; area 446; terms of courts, 416; finances, 46;
of, 170; survey of, 170; grants of, 174.

state debt, 446; education, 447; Brown Uni-
PUBLIC Laws of the United States, 246.

versity, 447; School Commissioner, 47;

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RHODE ISLAND

SAXE-MEININGEN-
Normal School, 447; common schools, 447; 561 ; government, 561; income, expendi-
charitable institutions, 447; beneficiaries tures and debt, 561; troops, 561.
maintained in other states, 447; Butler Insano Saxe-WEIMAR, capital, 560; area, 560; popula-
Asylum, 447, 448; Providence Reform School, tion, 560; reigning sovereign and family,
447, 448; State Prison, 447, 448; wealth and

560: government, 560; House of Parliament,
industry, 448; manufactures, 448; products, 560; finances, 560; troops, 560.
448; banks, 448; railroads, 448; votes at Saxony, capital, 558; area, 568; population,
Presidential elections, 674.

658; districts and cities, 558; reigning sov.
ROBINSON, SIR H., Governor of Ceylon, 595. ereign and family, 558; government, 558;
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, statistics of, 611- Upper and Lower Chambers, 558; council

612; the Pope, 612; cardinals, 612; patri. of ministers, 559; education, 559; finances,
archs, archbishops and bishops, 612; arch- 559; revenue, expenditures and debt, 559,
bishoprics and bishoprics, in America, 613; army, 559; industrial pursuits, 559.
in Europe, 613-614; in Asia, 614; in Africa, SCHAUMBURG-LIPPE, 563 ; chief town, 563; area,
614; in Australasia and Polynesia, 614; 563; population, 563; reigning sovereign
(Ecumenical councils, 614; National and and family, 563; government, 563; income,
Provisional Councils and Diocesan Synods, expenses and troops, 563.
614; monastic orders, 615.

SCHOFIELD, MAJOR GEN. John M., appointed
RUMANIA, area, 591 ; population, 591 ; chief commander of 1st Military District, 234.

cities, 591; sovereign, 591 ; government, 591; School, Lawrence Scientific, 368; Sheffield
union of Wallachia and Moldavia, 591; cabi, Scientific, 297; military, nautical, medical,
net, 591; revenue, expenditures and debt, &c., in Chili, 528; of mines in Mexico, 531.
591 ; army and navy, 691 ; exports and im- SCHOOL, artillery, 123.
ports, 591.

Schools, agricultural and scientific, 212; grants
Russia, capital, 582; area, 582; population, 582; for, 173; Theological, 201; of law, 208; Med-

history, 582; divisions and chief cities, 582; ical, 206; Normal, 210; Training, 210.
serfdom abolished, 582; nativity of popula- Schools in the states, (sce Education in each
tion, 582; reigning sovereign and family, state).
682; government, 582; councils, 582; minis- SCHWARZBURG-RUDOLSTADT, 562; chief town,
try, 582; education, universities and peri- 562; area and population, 562; reigning sov-
odicals, 583 ; revenue, expenditures and ereign and family, 562; government, 563;
debt, 583; army and navy, 583; imports and revenue and expenditures, 563; troops, 563.
exports, 584; trading ports, shipping en SchwARZBURG-SONDERSHAUSEN, 563 ; chief
tered, 584; commerce, 584; railroad lines, town, 563; area, 563; population, 563; reign-
584; (see Finland and Poland).

ing sovereign and family, 563; government,

563; revenue, expenditure and debt, 563;
8.

troops, 563.

SEASONS, the, 10.
SACRAMENTO, schools in, 289.

SECRETARY, of State, 80; duties of, 80; of the
SALNAVE, Sylvain, president of Hayti, 529. Treasury, 80; duties of, 95; of War, 80; du-
Salt, in Kentucky, 316; in Louisiana, 352; in ties of, 107; of the Navy, 80; duties of, 128;

Michigan, 381 ; in Nevada, 401; in New York, of the Interior, 80.
420; in Ohio, 432; in Texas, 461; in Virginia, SECRETARIES, of State, 60, 81; the Treasury,
471; in West Virginia, 475; in New Mexico, 61, 96; War, 61, 108; the Navy, 61, 128; the
502; in Utah, 503.

Interior, 61, 169; Legation, 82.
SAN DOMINGO, 532; capital, 532; area, 532; SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, 70.
population, 532; history, 532; independence SENATE, presiding officers of, 63, 73; of Fortieth
and civil war, 532; president, 532; imports Congress, 71 ; committees of, 72, 802; of

and exports, 532; shipping arrivals, 532. Forty-first Congress. 262.
SANDWICH ISLANDS, capital, 602; area, 602; Senators, of the United States, qualifications

population, 602; history, 602; discovery, 602; of, 70; how chosen, 70; in Fortieth Con-
consolidation of kingdom, 602; list of kings, gress, 71; in Forty-first Congress, 262.

602; government, 602; ministry, 602. SERVIA, area and population, 591 ; capital, 591 ;
SAN FRANCISCO, high water at, 21; public sovereign, 591 ; government, 591 ; protection

schools in, 289; trade and commerce of, 293. of European powers, 591; revenue and ex-
SAN SALVADOR, 527; capital, 527; area, 527; penditures, 591 ; arıny, 591 ; commerce, 591.
population, 527; government, 527; Senate Sessions of Congress, 63, 71.
and Legislature, 527; revenue, expenditures SETTLEMENT of United States, 59; (of the seve-

and debt, 527; imports and exports, 527. ral States and Territories, see under each).
SARMIENTO, DOMINGO F., president of Argen- SEYMOUR, HORAtio, nominated President, 272;
tine Republic, 525.

letter of acceptance, 270.
SATURN, situation of, 23-45; diameter, 47; dis- SHERIDAN, Philip II. Major General, appointed
tance from sun, 47; revolution and rotation commander of the 5th Military District, 234.
on axis, 47.

SHIP BUILDING in Maine, 357.
SAXE-ALTENBURG, capital, 562; area, 562; pop- SIAM, capital, 597; area, 597; population, 597;

ulation, 562; wcalth of peasantry, 562; reign- divisions, 597; sovereign, 597; government,
ing sovereign and family, 562; Chamber of 597; public revenue, 597; armament, 597;
Representatives, 562; revenue and expen- fleet of war, 597; trade, 597.
ditures, 562; troops, 562.

SICKLES, DANIEL E., Maj. Gen., appointed to the
SaxE-COBURG-Gotha, capital, 561; area, 561 ; command of the 2d Mil. District, 234, 421.
population, 561; reigning sovereign

and fam. Signs of the zodiac, 19.
ily, 561; government, 561 ; elections, 561; SILK, production of in California, 292.
income, expenditures and debt, 562; troops, Suver, coinage, 219; deposits at United States
562.

Mint, 219; production, 220, 647.
SAXE-MEININGEN, capital, 561; area, 561; pop- SILVER Coins, of the United States, 222; for-
ulation, 561; reigning sovereigu and family,

eign, 222,

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