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HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE,
JUNE TO NOVEMBER, 1883.
AMERICA.-See “ British Yoke,” “Independence,” “New York, Evacuation of," “ War, The
Hundred Years'," “ Washington at Newburgh,” “ Declaration."
.T. W. Higginson 213
Peter Stuyvesant tearing the Letter demanding
ART AND ARCHÆOLOGY.-See under " Editor's Historical Record,” below.
.. Alexander F. Oakey 183
..J. L. Kipling 53
.Joseph Hatton 828
Harriet Prescott Spofford 454
W. H. Bishop 715
.Charles Reade 201
CESAR AND HIS FORTUNES..
Lina Redwood Fairfax 950
.C. H. Farnham 375
Titus Munson Coan 116
.32, 267, 406, 578, 741
CHATTERTON AND HIS ASSOCIATES..
..John H. Ingram 225
Chatterton in his Garret
225 Chatterton on his Death-Bed.
Facsimile of Note to Walpole
Chatterton's House, London
CHINA, POLITICAL HONOURS IN..
Wong Chin Foo 298
DEATH IN THE SKY, A POEM.....
George Edgar Montgomery 114
JUNE: John Howard Payne, 142. Employment for SEPTEMBER: Smoking in ladies' society, 632. Edgar
JULY: The Newburgh Centenary ; New Statues in OCTOBER : Women and Journalism,,789. A proof
467. Irish lace at the Mansion House, 468. The
NOVEMBER: Electricity and Morals, 955. Editorial
military station, 638. International Rifle Meeting at
(May-June.) Bombardment of Majunga ; Disaster
Comte de Chambord, and pilgrimage of Orleans priuces
Explosives Bill; Sfax indemnity claims settled ;
International Exbibition at Amsterdam, 156. In-
migration from Bulgaria and Roumelia into Turkey;
War against False Prophet; The Soudan railway, 479.
Awards of International Indemnity Commission; Ob.
struction of foreign commerce on the Tigris; Re-
organisation of Turkish Army, 642. French language
introduced in Turkish schools; Resignation of Servian
Ministry, 613. Volcanic eruption in Java, 801. Cholera
epidemic in Egypt, 479, 642, 801. Quarantine abolished
at Port Said; Retirement of Sir Aucland Colvin; New
Financial Adviser appointed in Egypt; New Tariff in
SCIENCE AND PROGRESS.
The Jordan valley, new Suez and Panama Canal
schemes; Channel Tunnel Commission ; Meteorological
stations within the Polar circle; French scientific
expedition to the South Seas ; Honours to Carl Bock
and H. M. Stanley; Dutch expedition to the Arctic
regions ; New buildings of the Birkbeck Institution;
Repression of Dueling in German Universities, 157.
Candles from petroleum products; Literary Copyright
Con on; The Mersey subway at Liverpool; Man-
chester Ship Canal Bill; Electric railway at Wimble-
don, 158. New Suez Canal, 315. Four schemes for
canals between Mediterranean and Red Seas; Women's
Dress Reform in London ; Channel Tunnel and Man-
chester Ship Canal Schemes; Parke's Museum of
Hygeine ; New York and Brooklyn Bridge, 316.
Electric fishing in California ; The Telephone at the
Savoy Theatre; Honours to Sir Joseph Hooker; Sta-
tistics of Deaths from Starvation in 1882; Experi-
ments with vaccination lymph; An Underground
Railway for New York; Tram.cars worked by com-
pressed air in London; Automatic railway signals,
317. New bridge at Niagara; Solar eclipse observed
at Caroline Islands; Administration of London hos-
pitals, 479. Railway Exhibition at Chicago; Tho
Cagliari Exhibition of Drainage and Irrigation appa-
ratus, 480. Rejection of Channel Tunnel and Sucz
Canal schemes; Harbour works at Boulogne; New
Mediterranean and Red Sea Canal schemes ; Extension
of London seawards; New ambulance steamer; Acci-
dent to a diving apparatus; Novel electric launch;
Electric railways and omnibuses; The English Channel
crossed by tricycle; Sixpenny telegrams; Balloon
excursions in July, 643. International Fisheries Ex-
hibitions at London, Calcutta, Zurich, and Nice;
Oyster culture in America; International Electrical
Exhibition at Vienna 801. The River Humber tun-
nel, the Montreux Chillon Mountain Railway; Chan-
nel ballooning; New Meteorological Observatory at
Chepstow; Failure of Dutch Arctic expedition, 802.
Commerce on the Congo; Greenland explored; The
Mersey Tunnel; Suez and rival canals; Brazil and
United States connected by wire; The camera obscura
on war vessels ; Test of naval gunnery: Trial of Lay
torpedo; Unrivalled speed of the Alaska and Oregon,
steamers; New electric tramways and omnibuses;
New American inventions ; Halspenny stamps for
receipts; Phenomena of Nature during October, 966.
AET AND ARCHÆOLOGY.
Picture Exhibitions in London and Paris; Opening
EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD-continued.
established at Paris; Discoveries at Delos, 803. Statue Robt. Griffiths, Hon. Simeon Jacobs, Henry S. Leigh,
Rev. W. Griffith, Edward Backbouse Eastwick, "Gen,
Tom Thumo," Job Whyte-Melville, Sir John Lucie
Smith, John Bruce Norton, 644. King Tu Duc, Gen.
Bowyer, 319. Rev. Charles Brooks, John Barnett, Léon Halévy, Mahomed Sharif Khan, 969.
308. ` Anderson's (E. L.) The Gallop, 307. Archer's 637. Howell's (W. D.) A Foregone Conclusion,
EDUCATION OF WOMEN, THE.........
George Cary Eggleston 292
.S. S. Conant 115
Francis David Morice 212
..Annie Fiells 19
GEORGE WASHINGTON (Gilbert Stuart)
George ron Bunsen 35!
Philip Bourke Marston 769
William R. Grace 009
H. H. Kane 914