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DEVOTED TO THE

RESTORATION OF THE SOUTHERN STATES,

AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF TIJE

Edtealth and Resources of the Country

JOURNAL

OF

LITERATURE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, INTERNAL IMPROVE-

MENTS, MANUFACTURES, MINING AND STATISTICS,

THE QUESTION OF THE FREEDMEN.

J. D. B. DE BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.

Commerce is King.–CARLYLE.

VOLUME II.-AFTER THE WAR SERIES,

43453

NASHVILLE: CoR. UNION & CHERRY ST.; NEW ORLEANS: OLD LEVEE

& 130 CANAL; NEW YORK : 40 BROADWAY.

18 6 6.

INDEX 9.

ORIGINALARI

ART. I.-The Old and the New. By Jas. ART. XXVIII.-The Massachusetts Slave

D. NOYES..

1

Trade.

296

ART, II.-The Place British Americans ART, XXIX-A Talk with Radical

have won in History. By HENRY

Leaders. By the EDITOR..

337

J. MORGAN...

1NART. XXX.-Camp Lee and Freedman's

ART. III.-Sketches of Foreign Travel... 26

Burean. By Geo. FITZIUGI.. 316

ART. IV.-Shall Southerners Emigrate to ART. XXXI.-Cotton Consuming and Pro-

Brazil?

30

ducing Countries.

355

ART. V.-The Future of South Carolina- ART. XXXII.-Alabama and her Re-

Her Inviting Resources..

38

sources.

362

ART. VI,- Home Education and the ART. XXXII.-Improvement of the Mis-

Home Circle. By G. FITZUUGII... 49

sissippi River. By A. STEIN, of

ART. VII.–Virginia-ller New Spirit and

Mobile.

373

Development..

53 ART. XXXIV.-Florida-Past, Present,

ART. VIII.-Journal of the War-Entered

and Future. By L. D. STICKNEY, of

up Daily in the Confederncy, 57, 189,

Florida..

392

322, 430, 537 ART. XXXV.-Swinton's Army of the
ART, IX.-The Tournament. By R. G.

Potomac. By G. L. WILLIAMS, of

BABNWELL....

113

Mississippi..

892

ART. X.- Property Titlo in the South as ART. XXXVI.–Usurpers and Tyrants--
affected by the late War. By SALEM

Origin of Government...

396

DUTCHER, of Georgia....

123 ART. XXXVII.-The National Debt a

ART. XI.-The Cotton Resources of the

National Blessing. By GEO. Fitz-

South, Prosent and future. By

UUGII.

899
EDWARD ATKINSON, of Mass... 132 ART. XXXVIII.--The Inviting Fields of

ART. XII.—Shall the Spartan Virtues of

Arkansas,

402

the South Survivo iho War? By G. ART. XXXIX.-Sketches of Foreign
FITZITUGIT, of Va

115

Travel. By CurTE BLANCHE. 408
ART. XIII.— Proposed Banking System ART. XL.-Progress of American Com-
for the South. By LYSANDER Spoon-

merce. By the EDITOR

419

Er, of Mass

150 ART. XLI. --Immortal Fictions. By Cuas.

ART. XIV.-Novels of Sir E. BULWER

BOHUN.

455

LYTTON

159 ART. XLII.--The Two Aristocracies of

ART. XV.—Terribly in Earnest. By G.

America.....

401

FITZIIUGHI

172 ART. XLIII.— Thad. Stevens' Conscience.

ART. XVI.–Sketches of Foreign Travel.

By GEO. FITZIIUGII.

406

By CARTE BLANCHIE

177 ART. XLIV.--The American Fisheries... 470
ART. XVII.-American Commerce - Its ART. XLV.--The State of Missouri.. 451

Progress and Development. By the ART. XLVI.--The Freedmen. By Geo.
EDITOR
131 FITZIUGII.

459

ART. XVIII.-The Purse and the Sword ART. XLVII.--The Age of Reason and

- Finances of Europe....

183

Radicalism..

493

ART. XIX.--Progress of American Com- ART. XLVIII.-The Cotton Supply. By

merce. By the EDITOR..

225

R. Hutcmxson, of Memphis... 494

ART. XX-Life and Times of John De ART. XLIX.--Sketches of Foreign Travel.

Witt.

By R. G. BARNWELL.. 236

By Carte BLANCIIE.....

501

ART. XXI.--Sketches of Foreign Travol. ART. L.--Emancipation of Cotton- The

By Carte BLANCHE...

251

Triumph of British Policy. By

ART. XXII.-Commerce, War, and Civ.

Prof. D. CHRISTY.

509

ilization. By Geo. FITZUGI.. 256

ART. LI.--Imponding Fate of tbo Coun-

ART. XXIII.-Future of South Carolina, 262

try. By Geo. FitzuUGH..

561

ART. XXIV.-The Vast Resources of ART. LII.-Times in the Confederacy.

Louisiana. By J. B. Robinson, of

By the Ediror....

570

Lonisiana.

274 ART. LIII.--Sketches of Foreign Travel,

ART, XXV. - The South and Direct For-

By CARTE BLANCHE

577

eign Trade. By W. ARCHER COCKE, ART. LIV.--Napoleon's Life of Casar.

of Florida..

295 2d vol. By Join W. DANIEL, of Va., 582

ART. XXVI.-Old Maids and Old Bacho- ART. L.V.- Modern Languages in Univer-

lors. By Gro, FITZITUGII.

238

sities. By Major L. DUBOIS

605

ART. XXVII.-The National Consus. By ART. LVI.-Railroad History and Results.

the Editoe..

291

By the Editor

609

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ALPHABETICAL INDE X.

VOL II., (REVIVED SERIES.)

JUNE TO DECEMBER, 1866.

The Old Series of the work bas its appropriate Index to each vol., and at the

end of the tenth and twelfth volumes.

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522.

Aiken, S. C. 42.

Census of the United States, 290.
Abolitionism-Its Suicidal Policy, 517.

Congress and the President, 461,
Arkansas-Its Inviting Fields, 402,

Coolies, a Substitute for Negroes, 215.
Its Climate, Soil, Productions, Lands, Conservatism and Radicalismı, 172.
Inducements to Settlers, &c., 404.

Charleston-Internal Improvements of, 314
Alabama and her Resources, 362.

Commerce of, 422.
Arts, Progress of, 2.

Cincinnati-Commercial Movements of, S.
Aristocracies of America, 461.

Cod Fishery, 471.
American Commerce-Progress and Develop- Crusades, 117.
mert, 181, 226 419.

Climates of the South, 273.
American Fisheries and their Statistics, 470. Confederacy—Times in, 570.

Confederate Money and Prices, 576.
Black and White Labor at the South, 94. Cæsar-Napoleon's Life of, 582.
Banking System-Proposed for the South, 150. Commerce of New Orleans, 645.
Blockade, 230.

Cincinnati Commerce, 646.
Brazil, Character of the Country, 31,
Lands and Improvements, 32.

Direct Foreign Trade at the South, 285,
A Refuge for Southern Planters, 30. De Witt, John-Life and Times of, 236.
British Americans Distinguished in History, Davis, Jefferson-His Prison Life, 221.
11.

Discovery-Progress of, 1.
British Policy—Its Triumph in Regard to Cot-
ton, 509.

European Finances, 153.
Bulwer's Novels, 159.

Electricity-Ristory of the Science, 6.
Book Notices, 106, 219, 331, 446, 557.

Education-Colleges of the South, 429.

Education at Home and the Home Circle, 49. Canada-Early Inbabitants of, 12.

Educational Establishments at the South, 535.
Cotton Resources of the South, Present and Editorial Notices, 106, 219, 331, 416, 557.
Future, 132.

Emancipation and Cotton, 509.
Cotton Planters' Association, 530.

Emancipation-Effects in Foreign Colonies,
Cotton-Wbat are the Prospects of the Supply
in Future? 494.

Editorial-Book Notices, &c., 602.
Cotton Growing-Foreign Competition in, 298.
Crops of the South, 300.

Freedmen at the South, 489.
Cost by Free Labor, 300.

Freedinan's Bureau-Atrocities of, 93.
Supply for 1866, 302.

Freedmen-Education of, 94-5.
Supply-Sources of the British, $1. Freedman's Bureau-Operations of, 316.
Crop of 1866, S3.

Freedmen-Religious Instruction of, 96.
Consumption of Europe, 143.

Freedmen-Education of, 311.
Cost of Cultivation, 76.

Schools at the South, 312.
Impolicy of Taxing it, 76,

Southern State Laws regarding, 309.
Crop in Texas, 79.

Fisheries of the United States, 471.
Mississippi, 210.

American, 227.
Trade of the South and the Excise Fruits at the South, 269.
Laws, 527.

Finances of Europe, 183.
Trade of New Orleans, 416.

Foreign Travel-Sketches of, 408, 5012
and Emancipation, 509.

251.
Consuming and Produciog Countries,
355.

Fictions-Immortal, 455. Currency-Confederate, 318.

Firearms-Introduction of, 4. Chinese Arts, 8.

Florida-Past, Present and Future, 382. Clay, Henry-IIis Monument, &c., 107.

Soil, Climate and Productions, 392. Civilization, War and Cominerce, 256.

Fernandina, Florida, 369. Coal and Iron of Alabama, SI.

Fenner, Dr. E. D., Obituary, 109. Coal Statistico, 365.

Foreign Travel, 577. Production and Consumption of, 320. Freedien-State Laws at South regarding, Cholera, 333.

639. Coinmerce, American-Its Progress and Development, 181, 226, 419.

Government-Origin of, 396. Commerce, War and Civilization, 256.

Grain Crops of the Country, 131. Census in Ancient Times, 5.

Grain Products of the United States, 79.

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