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DEER-HUNTING ON THE AU SABLE.

W. Mackay Laffan....

Illustrations by the Author.

Illus. A General Surprise..
753 Hung Up..

760
Up Saginaw Bay.

754
Rather Unexpected.

761
Our Captain.
755 Under the Cedars..

762

Thompson's.

755

On the Runway.

763

Our Backwoodsman.

A Young Backwoodsman.

764
“It must be in the climate

A Clean Shot.

764
Camp Erwin

A Torch of the Au Sable.
On the Au Sable

758 The Beauties of Rafting
Head of Cervus Virginianus.
759 A Ton and a Half of Venison

767
A Tale of Love, Jealousy and Death.... 759
DRESDEN CHINA. The Royal Saxon Porcelain Works at Meissen. .Henry J. Winser.....
Illus. Potters and Molders...

..689 The Presentation of Count Bruhl's Tailor at

Flower and Lace Makers.

689 Court....

695

Testing the Baking.
690 Fröhlich, the Saxon Court-Jester

695
Removing the Batch from the Ovens and Baron Schmiedel's Pet Aversion

696
the Seggars.
691 A Jolly Pagoda..

696
The Glazing

A Lace-Draped Figure.

697
Decoration before Glazing.

Genii Bearing a Vase..

697
A Porcelain Painter at Work

694 Tail-piece...
À la Watteau..

694

685

692

693

697

662

EARTHQUAKE EXPERIENCE, AN.......

... Louis V. Housel...

Illustrations by J. Davidson.
Illus. “We hired a brigadier for fifty cents to “She was buoyed to the crest of the wave and
carry our luggage to the hotel”

664 carried broadside to the shore

St. Thomas.

665

Spanish Brig in the King's Highway.

The Hurricane at St. Thomas.

After the Tidal Wave.

671
The Fall of the Church-tower.
667 St. Elmo's Light..

672
“The bottom of the roadstead was now

visible for a distance of half a mile" 668

669

671

665

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HALCYON, FOLLOWING THE, TO CANADA.

.John Burroughs....

577

His INHERITANCE (CHAPTERS X-XXVI).

Adeline Trafton.

57

239, 363, 471, 624, 790
Illustrations by C. S. Reinhart.

Illus. “He bent, with a sudden impulse, and “She threw her arms about his neck before

kissed her hand”

240

them all

624

HORSE, THE SADDLE. Thoroughbreds and Arabians.... ..George E. Waring, Jr.

84
Illus. “Mameluke'
84 The Lesson, after Leech.

89
The Godolphin Arabian.
85 One of the Right Sort, after Leech.

91

Old Partner (1718), after Seymour.... 86 A Weighty Matter, after Leech.

92

“Privateer" (a Good Modern Thorough- A Freshener on the Downs, after Leech.

bred).

87

Sailing out of the Ring, after Leech.

96

"Sedbury.". (1734), after Seymour. 87 A Chip of the Old Block, after Leech. 96

“Sharke" (177'), after Stubbs.

88

“Spankaway" (1793) after Cooper

HORSE, THE THOROUGHBRED. On the Turf and across Country... George E. Waring, Jr. ....... 157

Illus. A Steeple-chaser. After an old French The Death. After Forbes..

160

print.:

157 “Lucy! here! here's a gate!" After Leech.. 161

The Preliminary Canter. After Leech...

158 A Trying Thing for Tootles. After Leech... 168
The Find. After Forbes..

159 "Oh, dear! what a beautiful thing!" After Leech 169

HUMMING-BIRD, THE, OF THE CALIFORNIA WATER-FALLS.... John Muir..

545

Illus. Water-Ouzel Diving and Feeding. 545

The Ouzel at Home..

550

One of the late Summer Feeding-grounds Yosemite Birds Snow-bound at the Foot of

of the Ouzel...

547 Indian Cañon..

552

Ouzel Entering a White Current.

..... 88

548

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MACRAMÉ LACE.....

Clarence Cook.

Illus. Macramé (Geometrical Style-Italian)

Late Sixteenth Century Macramé (Italian).

846

Knots for Macramé Lace..

845 American Design.

847

American Design..

845 American Design.

848

MAJOLICA OF CASTELLI, THE..

. Alessandro Castellani
With Twelve Drawings of Castelli Ware, Drawn by Francis Lathrop and C. M. Jenckes, from the Originals in the

Castellani Collection.
MARS AND His MOONS....

E. W. Sturdy.

With Two Diagrams.

MERCÉDÈS, THE PRINCESS. See “A Queen at School ”

MICROSCOPE, HOURS WITH THE (Illustrated). See “Ants and Bees"

MOOSE-HUNTING....

Charles C. Ward,..

Illus, A Moose-fight.

449 Fire-hunting.

A Moose Family

Moose-birds.

459
Still-hunting

452

The Old Block-house
A Moose-yard.

Moose-hunters' Camp.

462
Socotoma

Moose "riding down a Tree.

464
The Moose-call.

456

Stone Medallion Found at St. George, N. B.. 465
MOSAIC CREATION, THE, AND MODERN SCIENCE.

C. B. Warring.
MYCENÆ (Illustrated). See “Dr. Schliemann at Mycena

449

457

451

460

453
454

817
PAGE

.... 640

NASSAU (Illustrated). See “An Isle of June"
New ALMADEN, CALIFORNIA (Illustrated.) See “A California Mining Camp”
NORMANDY MANOR-HOUSE, AN AMERICAN COLONY IN...... ..Margaret B. Wright...

Illustrations by W. J. Hennessy.
Illus. Initial,
640 A Bit of Genre.

644
A Normandy Church

641 The Colombier.
Normandy Farm-house.

642 A Farm-gate.
Cider Court.

643 Côté de Grâce.

645
646
647

OYSTERS (Illustrated). See “American Oyster Culture”
PHONOGRAPH. See “ The Telephone and the Phonograph "
PIDGIN ENGLISH..
PoE, EDGAR ALLAN, LAST DAYS OF.

A. A. Hayes, Jr.

372
. Susan Archer Talley Weiss. .. 770

PORCELAIN (Illustrated). See “ Dresden China"
POTOCKA, THE COUNTESS..

Clarence C. Buel.
Illus. The Countess Potocka. Engraved on wood by T. Cole, after the Original Pastel in the Berlin Museum. 81

76

32

QUEEN AT School, A.....

... H. C. D......

868
RECALLINGS FROM A PUBLIC LIFE. Western People and Politi- Robert Dale Owen..
cians Forty Years ago.

255
Roxy (CHAPTERS I-XXIX).

Edward Eggleston...

32

192, 320, 496, 648, 768
Illustrations by Walter Shirlaw.
Illus. The Hoe-Down at Kirtley's.

“The other way!" cried the mischievous
"Hurray for York and Posey!'

192 voice of Twonnet.
Twonnet and Roxy Telling Fortunes.. 320 “Widowers are dreadful particular, Colonel". 648

“I'll pay her up"
RUDDER GRANGE, THE New..

Frank R. Stockton..

532
Illustrations by Sol. Eytinge, Jr.
Illus. The Ham-bone Girl...
536 Pomona reads about Lord Edward.

541
"My package is hoisted into the car"

“This is a queer cow," said Pomona
Jist give him a good lickin'

537 Tail-piece
“We came very near going off the roof
together

540

496

768

537

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544

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TELEPHONE, THE, AND THE PHONOGRAPH..

George B. Prescott
Illus. Reiss's Musical Telephone:

849 Edison's Speaking Telephone: Transmitter
Graphic Representation of Sound Vibra-

and Receiver..

854
tions..
849 Phelps's Speaking Telephone.

855
Plan of Gray's Speaking Telephone. 852 Magneto-Electric Signaling Apparatus. 856
Plan of Bell's Speaking Telephone. 853 Edison's Speaking Phonograph

857
Plan of Dolbear's Speaking Telephone .. 853 Diaphragm of Same...,

857
Plan of Edison's Speaking Telephone:
Transmitting Apparatus..

854
TERRAPIN (Illustrated). See “Canvas-back and Terrapin
Thiers, Louis ADOLPHE..

. George M. Towle.
THOUSAND ISLANDS, AMONG THE

.Howard Pyle.....
Illustrations by the Author and Others.
Illus. Spearing Eels in Eel Bay.
825 Camping Out.

835
French Canadian
826 Billy Patterson.

836
Inlet to the Lake.

826 Joseph Gladd.
Head of Creek and Iron Spring.
827 McCue.

836
Flowers from Iron Spring..
828 A Fishing Party.

837
Devil's Oven..
828 Cooking a Camp Dinner..

838
General View from Bluff Island.

George Campbell. .

839
River Craft.
830 Crossmon House.

839
Ruins of Old Fort Carleton.
831 Thousand Island House

840
Catching Muskallonge.
832 Bonnie-Castle.

841
Boys Catching Minnows.

833 Map of Part of the Thousand Islands
The Dock where the Steamer “Peel"

was burned.
TWENTY-SIX HOURS A DAY.

.Mary Blake...
Two SAINTS OF THE FOOT-HILLS

Bret Harte.

836

829

842

834

554, 858

810

508

681
145

WASHINGTON'S ONLY Sister..

A. L. Bassett....
WATER-OUZEL (Illustrated). See “ The Humming-bird of the Cali-

fornia Water-falls ”
WHAT OUR BOYS ARE READING

W, G. Sumner...
WOODEN AGE, THE..

. Charles D. Robinson..
Illus. The First Stroke.
145 Measuring at the Roll-way..

152
Sawing Logs in the Wood,
147 Breaking a Log-jam..

153
Loading from the Stump
148 A Log-jam...

154
A Log Landing
148 A Modern Saw-mill.

154
Down at the Boom.

149 Hauling Logs up

" the Brow at the Mill... 155
Supper Horn and Wammikin.

150

POETRY

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APRIL SONG, AN

Edwin N. Lewis..
* CALL ME NOT DEAD"

.Richard Watson Gilder.
DICKENS.

.Edgar Fawcett.
ESTHER

..H, H....
FEBRUARY RAIN.

Charles T. Dasey.
GLIMPSE OF YOUTH, A.,

..J. G. Holland
HESPERUS....

Charles de Kay..
INDIAN SUMMER

.J. P. Iivine.
JARL SIGURD'S CHRISTMAS Eve..

....Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen..
With an Illustration by Mary Hallock Foote, engraved by Henry Marsh.

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LAST TOKEN, THE. ROME, A. D. 107....

Edmund Clarence Stedman... 353
With Engraving, by T. Cole, of the Original Painting of Same Title by Gabriel Max.
LEGEND OF GLEN HEAD, THE....

.Bret Harte.

ΙΙο
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM.

.R. H. Stoddard..

..To face

frontispiece of volume.
Frontispiece: Portrait of Lincoln.
LITTLE SIGRID. A RALLAD......

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen..... 512
With a Drawing by John La Farge, engraved by Henry Marsh.
LOVER'S CHOICE, THE

.Mary Ainge De Vere.

824
MATER AMABILIS.

Emma Lazarus..

716
OF FLOWERS

. Maurice F. Egan.

858
OFF ROUGH POINT.

Emma Lazarus.

254
ON THE CLIFF..

.Mary L. Ritter.

99
* O, PILGRIM, COMES THE NIGHT So Fast?".

. Celia Thaxter.

707
PALMER'S VISION, THE.

.J. G. Holland.

465
PEACE

.John Vance Cheney.

31
PEACE.

Charles de Kay.

519
POET AND His MASTER, THE.

Richard Watson Gilder.

494
ST. VALENTINE.

Caroline A. Mason

647
ST. VIOLET.

Annie R. Annan.

816
SNOW-DROPS

Mary E. Bradley.

With an Illustration by Jessie Curtis.
SONG OF THE MILKMAID...

Plagiarized from Sydney Dobell 381

With an Illustration by Sol. Eytinge, Jr.
SONNET..

Susan M, Spalding.

239
SONNETS, FOUR.

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen .661
SUICIDE, THE.

John Moran..

842
UNDER THE CEDAR-CROFT CHESTNUT,

..Sidney Lanier.

380
With an Illustration by Thomas Moran.
UNFULFILLED

..Edward Garrett....... 377
With an Illustration by C. S. Reinhart.

378

UNVEILED (Dedicated to William Cullen Bryant).....

.Paul H. Hayne
With an Illustration by Alfred Fredericks.

383

VASHTI.

.H. H....
WAY, THE

William S. Shurtlef.
WEDDING UNDER THE DIRECTORY, A.

Richard Henry Stoddard..
With a Wood Engraving by Cole, from a Photogravure of Kaemmerer's Painting of the same title.

417
179
520

DEPARTMENTS.
TOPICS OF THE TIME:

Woman's Winter Amusements—The Bondage of the Pulpit-Indications of Progress, 125; Protec-
tion-A Reform in the Civil Service-The Public Charities—The Harvard Examination for Women,
270; West Point and the Educational Charities-Books and Reading—Fitting for College-Work for
"the Machine," 424; Church Debts-Stanley and his Reward—"The Machine" in New England,
589; An Epidemic of Dishonesty-Fiction, 733; Acting Under Excitement-Once More the Tramp-
Falling from High Places, 881,

COMMUNICATIONS :

The Satellites of Mars (E. W. Sturdy), 735; Lincoln (Noah Brooks)- The Future Usefulness of
the Erie Canal (George Rowland), 884.

THE OLD CABINET:

“Trim for Yourselves"-Falling Stars-Humor-A Quotation—Tourguéneff and Wallace—The
Dipper-Joe Jefferson in London, 128; Should Restaurant Keepers Eat?-Doubles—The Newspaper
-The "Ladies' Magazine Man" and the Powerful Politician-Architecture and Art in New York-
Summer's Requiem, 274: Gossip and the United States Census-Law-points in Novels—Reasons for
not Voting for a Reform Candidate—A Young Cambridge Student-Local Color—“Midgets ".
* Sleep,” 427; Unnamed Pictures—The Injustice of “Genial" Criticism—Antony and Cleopatra,
592; The Injustice of Ungenial Criticism, The Unfortunate not the Most Unhappy-A Plea for
Christianity, 737; Shall we have a “Black-and-White" Exhibition ?- The Water-Color Exhibition-
The Students' Art League A Place to Sell American Paintings—The "Letters of John Keats to
Fanny Brawne"- The Count Joannes-Light Comedies-Wyatt Eaton's “Lincoln," 888.

HOME AND SOCIETY:

French Plays for American Amateurs-A Market for Art-work, 137; Homes and Museums—Village Society in Winter-Hints about Coffee -Red, 275; "Two Sides of a Sentiment"—Private Theatricals–Apple Vinegar-Franklin Stoves, 430; How a Man Takes Care of his Baby (Mary Blake), 594; Shall we Have a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty from Children (M. Rebèque) ?-A Suggestion- The Young Folks' Study-hour, 738; On the French Spoken by those who do not Speak French (J. B. M.)-Horticultural Suggestions (P. T. G.), 891.

CULTURE AND PROGRESS :

Bowen's “Modern Philosophy"-Holmes's Poems—Tourguéneff's “Virgin Soil"-Miss Martin-
eau's Autobiography-Mayer and Barnard's “Light"-New English Books, 134; Pierce's "Memoir
of Sumner"_"The House Beautiful,” by Clarence Cook-Jacquemart's “History of Ceramic Art"
_"The Story of Avis," by Miss Phelps-Mrs. Burnett's “Surly Tim and Other Stories”-“Worthy
Women of our First Century," by Mrs. Wister and Miss Irwin-Two Books for Children (“The
Bodleys Telling Stories," by H. E. Scudder; and “Baby Days," edited by Mary Mapes Dodge)
New English Books, 277; New English Books—“Will Denbigh, Nobleinan"-Stedman's “Haw-
thorne and Other Poems"-Fisher's “Beginnings of Christianity"-Dr. Smith's "Faith and Philos-
ophy"- Joseph Cook's “Biology"—Two Illustrated Books (Hawthorne's “Scarlet Letter,"
Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote; and Bryant's “Flood of Years," Illustrated by W. J.
Linton)-Thompson's "The United States as a Nation"-Mitchell's “Old Story-Tellers"-
“Wonder World Stories”—Shairp's "Poetic Interpretation of Nature,” 432; Woolsey's “Political
Science"-Warner's “Being a Boy"-Charles and Mary Lamb's “Poetry for Children"_“Remi-
niscences of Froebel”-Dr. Trafton's Sketches New English Books, 597; Mrs. Browning's
"Earlier Poems"_The American Edition of Lübke's “History of Art”-Shields’ “Final Philos-
ophy"-New English Books, 741; Joseph Cook's “Transcendentalism and “Orthodoxy"-Dr.
Klunzinger's "Upper Egypt"—Harvey's “Reminiscences of Webster"-Field's “From Egypt to
Japan"-Louise McLaughlin's "China-Painting"-New English Books, 894.

THE WORLD'S WORK:

Fire-proof Dwellings-Nature-Printing in Graining-Milk-cooler-A Suggestion to Miners, 141; Progress in Telephony-New Sounding Apparatus-Electrical Deposition of Metals—The Aleurometer-Carrier-pigeons in Fishing, 285; New Method of Propagating Soft Plants—Dairy VentilationThe Alhydic Chain—Uniting Iron and Steel—Mending Appliances for Sewing-machines—New Portable Kitchen-Compound Locomotives Shrinking on Tires by Hot Water-New Form of Plastering-Proposed Change in the System of Gauging Wire-Memoranda, 441; New Portable Battery-Appliance for Locating Obstructions in Tubes Improved Method of Sinking Tube WellsPlaiting Machines--Memoranda, 603; “Muslin" Glass Water-Pressure Regulator-Economy of Fuel--Memoranda, 747; The Phonograph–Improvement in Electric Gas-Lighting–Improved Form of Sewer-Gas Trap— Important Improvement in Locomotive Construction-Novel Method of

Showing the Movement of Subterranean Water, 899. BRIC-À-BRAC:

Our Artist (Two Sketches by Hopkins)—Every Man his Own Letter-Writer (F. R. S.)-"There's a satisfaction, after all, in being very young"—Nigger-Twis' (A. C. Gordon)—Fruition (Lucy Lee Pleasants)- Jack Frost at Work (Sketch by Hopkins)-To One who had Called a Woman a Butterfily (Charlotte F. Bates)-Rejected Conundrum, 142; Some New Models for Letter Writers (F. R. S.)-Sleigh-ridin' with Billy Wilkins (Sketch by Opper)-Alnaschar: New York, 1877 ( Mrs. M. P. Handy)- The Dead Bee (Fletcher Bates), 287; Christmas-night in the Quarters (Irwin Russell), with Seven Illustrations by Hopkins, 445; “Autre Temps, Autre Maurs" (Julia K. Wetherill)—A Visit to the Asylum for Literary Lunatics (J. Brander Matthews)-Filial Devotion (Drawn by M. Woolf), 605; Fables “Out of the World"_“How Women Love Dress!"(W. W. Crane)– Thoughtfulness (Drawing by M. Woolf)—“De Ole 'Oman an' Me"(A, C. Gordon), 750; Biddy McGinnis at the Photographer's, 901.

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