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I NEW YORK
frnd, 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, 404; school 415; Columbia College, 415; other colleges
committees, 404; teachers' conventions, 401; 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, 415; teachers in.
School, 405; state priron, 406; 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
264; collectors of customs in, 98; 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, 420; minerals, 420; prox
perature and rain-fall of, 186; average yield ducts, 42); 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, 616; population, 516, 521; government,
tution ratified, 406; government, 406; legis. 516; board of aldermen, 516; board of as.
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
403; Princeton College, 408; Board of Edu- department, 517, Courts, 517; Police courts,
cation, 408; Superintendent of Public In- 517; Criminal courts of record, 518; Civil
struction, 408; county superintendents, 403; 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 institutione, 519, 521; post office, 519; rev-
Home, 409, 410; state prison, 409, 410; wealth enue officers, 510; 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 rev. migration, 521; representation in the State
enge, 101; mail service in, 155; gold and Legislature and in Congress, 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 à territory, 500; govern- NICARAGUA, capital, 627; area, 527; population,
ment, 500; legislature, 500; judiciary, 500; 527; government, 527; divisions, 527; reve.
Supreme and District courts, 501 ; education, nue, expenditures and debt, 521; imports
501 ; schools, 501 ; Spanish dialect, 501 and exports, 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; 207, 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. S. Sena-
72, 263; Representatives in Congress, 78, tors, 72, 263; Representatives in Congress,
264; collectors of customs, 98; assessors 75, 264; collectors of customs in, 98; asses-
and collectors of internal revenue, 101, 102; sors and collectory 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, 200, 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, 422; Supreme court, 422, 423; Su-
Appeals, 412, 413; Supreme court, 412, 413; perior court, 422, 423; United States courts,
County courts, 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; Anances, 413; general and other funde, 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;

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NORTH CAROLINA-

OBITUARIES,
charitable institutions 444; Insane Asylum, Leser, Rev. Isaac, 787; Leutze, Emmanuel,
425; Institution for Deaf and Dumb, 425; 787; Limayrac, Panlin, 787; Lincoln, "Levi,
state prison, 42; 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, 758; 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., 799;

(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, 720; Michael
NORWAY, capital, 587; area, 587; population, III., Prince of Servia, 791; Miller, James

587; government, 587; democratic constitu- F., 791; 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; Mongkout, 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,
Joseph C., 793.

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

J., 773; Allen, Wm., D. D. 773; Andrea, Raphall, Rev. Morris Jacob, 793 ; Rives,
Jerome 773 Andrews, Timothy P. 73; Wm. C., 794; Robertson, Anthony L., 794;
Asboth, Alexander, 773.

Rossini, Gioachino, 794; Rothschild, James,
Baker, Lafayette C., 773; Baraga, Freder- Baron, 795.
ick, D.D., 774; Bangher, Henry L., D.D., Salisbury, James, Marquis of, 795; Sey.
774; Baxter, Portus, 774; Bayard, 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., 796;
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; Stongbton, 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, 799.
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., 900
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.
eu, 779; Coles, Edward, 780; Coquerel, Occultations of Regalus 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; recretaries of
780.

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

interior, 61; postmasters-general, 62; at-
Fessenden, T. X. 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 Ohio, Governors of, 67; U. 8. Senators, 72, *3;
A., 782; Goodrich, Chauncey A., D. D., 782; Representatives, 75, 264; collectors of cus-
Granger, Francis, 782; Grayson, Wm., 782; toms, 98; assessors and collectors of inter-
Gurley, Phineas D., D. D., 783.

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, 4%;
784; Head, Sir Edmund Walker, 784; Her. ceded to the United States, 426; settlement
rick, Anson, 784; Higgins, Matthew James, of, 436, 432; admitted to the Union,

436;
784; Hindman, Thos. C., 784; Hinds, James, government, 420; 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, 428; 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-
Inetitution for the Deaf and Dumb, 430, perature aud 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; popnlation, 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, 433; votes at presi. ielatnre, 437: qualification of voters, 437;
dential elections, 698.

judiciary, 437; Supreme court, 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; Normal 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; Inetita-

72, 263; Representatives in Congress, 75, tion for the Deat and Dumb, 441, 442; Insti-
204; 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, 441, 442;
rainfall, 186; colleges in, 202; gold product, Pennsylvania Hospital, 442; West Pennsyl
220, 221.

vania Hospital, 443; penitentiaries, 413;
Capital, 433; area, 433; population, 433, wealth and industry, 444; foreigners in the
436; settlement, boundary, 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, 434; Supreme court, 434; United States PENSION office, 175.
courts. 434; 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; PENSIONERS, 176, 178, 179.
charitable institutions, 435; Insane Asylum, PEREZ, JOSÉ JOAQUIN, president of Chili, 527.
435; penitentiary, 435; wealth and industry PERSIA, capital, 597; arca, 597; population,
436; natyral divisions, 436; forests, 438; 597; chief cities, 597; sovereign, 597; rev-
fisheries, 436 ; Columbia river, 436; votes at enue, 597; army, 597; imports and exports,
Presidential elections, 732.

697.
ORGANIZATION of the army, 122.

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

history, 532; government, 532; 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 Oldenbnrg, 559.

population, 580; history, 580 ; reigning sov. PHASES, of Venus, 15; of the moon, 23–45.
ereign, 580, government, 580; Councils, 580; PHILADELPHIA, high water at, 21.
ministry, 5$0 ; revenue, expenditures, and Pius IX., Sovereign Pontiff of Rome, 580.
debt, 580; army, 581; commerce, 581; rail. PLANETS, small or asteroide, 14; exterior, 15;
ways, 581.

interior, 15; ephemeries of, 16, 17; sitna.
PARAGUAY, 531 ; capital, 531 ; area, 531; popula- tion of, 23-45; 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, 632; army and navy, 532; exports and PLANETARY conjnnctions, 46; characters, 46.
importa, 532.

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

lose of independence, 584; finances, 584.
PARLIAMENTARY elections in Great Britain, POLARIS, time of passing the meridian, 49;
671; 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 Polynesia).
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, (see each
182.

State and Territory); of America, 528; of
Par 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 armny, 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- 698; of Australasia and Polynesia, 601 ; (also

r8, 72, 263; epresentatives in Congress, see each division 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 ; population,
service in, 156; pensioners in, 177, 178, tem- 581; history, 581 ; islands and colonies, 581

PORTUGAL,

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, (se 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, Go2: Par
China and Japan, 151.

liament, 602; revenue and expenditures, 602;
POSTAL money order system, 154.

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

of letters, 161 ; 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 RAIN-FALL, 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 pripted 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 Rev.
patterns, samples, &c., to foreign countries, enue, 237.
159; United States exchange oftices 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, SO. in forty-first Congress, 263.
PRESIDENTS of colleges, 197.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 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, 185.
PROCLAMATIONS of President Johnson, 255-257. REUSS, chief town, 562Elder line, area and
PRODUCTIONS, (see each State).

population, 562; Younger line, area and
PROTESTANTISM 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, 52;
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; languages RHODE ISLAND, Governors of, 68; U. S. Seb-
spoken, 555; chief cities, 556; reigning sov- ators, 72, 263 ; Representatives in Congrees,
ereign and family, 556; increase of territory. 75, 264; collectors of customs and surverors,
556; list of sovereigns, 556; government, 98; assessors and collectors of internal rev.
556; constitution, 556; House of Lords and enne, 103; mail service in, 156; pensioners
Chamber of Deputies, 556; the executive, in, 177, 179; temperature and rainfall, 186;
557 ; education, 557; finances, 557; revenue, average yield and prices of crope, 187; prices
expenditures and debt, 557; army and navy, of farm stock, 188; colleges in, 202.
557, 568; fortresses, merchant navy, 568; Capitals, 445; area, 445 ; population, 445,
imports and exports, 558; mines, 558; banks, 448; settlement of, 445; U. s. constitation

558; railroads and telegraph lines, 558. ratified, 445; government, 415; 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; surveyors of, 169; area 446; term of courts, 446; finances, #16;
of, 170 ; survey of, 170; grants of, 174.

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

versity, 447; School Commissioner, H7;

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, 418; products, 560; finances, 560; troops, 560.
448; banks, 448;. railroads, 448; votes at Saxony, capital, 558area, 558; population,
Presidential elections, 674.

558; 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, 569; education, 569; 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 ; cabr 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, 204; of law, 208; Med.

history, 582; divisions and chief cities, 582; ical, 200; Normal, 210; Training, 210.
serfdom abolished, 582; nativity of popula- Schools in the states, (see Education in each
tion, 582; reigning sovereign and family, state).
582; 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;
S.

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, 346; 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, 7.
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

echools in, 289; trade and commerce of, 293. of European powers, 591 ; revenue and ex-
SAN SALVADOR, 527; capital, 527; area, 527; penditures, 591 ; army, 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 H. 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; wealth 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, SULVER, 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 sovereign and family, eign, 222.

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