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Railroad in Tennessee and Alabama, 458.
Rio Grande trade, 415.
Railroad from N. Orleans to Jackson, Miss., 532.
Republic of United States, its progress, 468.
Rhode Island, carly history, 109.
Rivers of America, 514.
River basins of the world, 515.
Railways of Great Britain, 523.
Railway statistics of Europe and America, 525.
Railroaul enterprise of Georgia, 533.

meetings at New Orleans, 550.

Sugar cane, crops, 1840, 431.

crops of world, 414.
St. Louis, tonnage, 45.
Shipping, American and foreign, 418.

interests of New England, 151.
Shoes for plantations, South, 456.
Slavery, its social effects, etc., etc., 190.
Sword and olive-branch, 517.
St. Louis convention, resolutions of, 551.
Savannah and Charleston, 558.
Steam plow, 562.
Slave laws of the South, 566.

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Tehuantepec, isthmus connection, 11.
Trade, United States, with all nations, 75, 82
Tonnage, United States, $3.
Tennessee, manufactures of, 177.
Tea culture in southern States, 272.
Texas lands and debt, 273.

sketches of. 368.
Tobacco crops, 432.
Tennessee railroads, 458.
Trescot on foreign policy, 466.
Tennessee, 470.
Territories, annexation of new, 471.
Texas, Republic and State of. 478.
Territorial treaties and questions, 481.
Turpentine products of Alabaina, 500.
Teu-plant at the South, 563.

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San Francisco, 25.
South, destinies of, 37.
Sugar, improvements in, 57.
Slavery in new territories, 62.
Sea-shore, &c., United States, 86.
Slave laws, South Carolina, 87.
Sugar, polarization of, 111.

beet, 112.
apparatus of IIoward. 113.

" Dexrand, 114.

" Derosne & Cail, 116.
“: statistics various apparatus, 120.
Steam as compared with water power in man-

ufactures, 132.
South, its prozross compared with that of the

North, 136,
Slave holding states, position of, 139.
Southern civilization, 141.
South Carolina, products of agriculture, 145.

sen islands of. 116.
swamps and highlands of, 117.
health of, 149.
minerals, plants, &c., 149.

staples and products, 150.
Spanish American population, 107.
Slave population, West Indies, 171.
Sugar, crops of world, 172.
St. Louis, trade and commerce, 179, 180, 181.
Steamboat losses in the West, annually, 183,
Slaves in Unit ( States in 1783, 206.
Slavery, its justification, 212.
Slave treatment at the South, 220,

compared with European operative, 223.
Science, slow progress of, 2:27.

modern and ancient compared, 228.
Sugar, various procusses of manufacture com-

pared, 210-46.
Ship building in the West, 256.
Slave laws of the South, 271.

emancipation laws, 272.
Sword and olive-brauch, 276.
Slavery at the south, 259.

hispory of, 290.
Swamps or Louisiana and Florida, 298.
Slater, the cotton manufacturer, 351.
Shoc business in Lynn, 308,
Southern manufactures, 370.
Slavery, agitation of, 385.

at the North, 386,

view of the South, 387.
Slaves, their number. 398.
Sugar cane, analysis, 359.

approv'd modes of manufacture, 395.

United Statex, extent of, 2.

commerce of. 1819, 75.
productions of, 83.

tonnage of, 150.
Usury laws, 123.
Usury laws, etc., 501.
University of Louisiana, 188, 229.
United States, great physical advantages of,

517.

Virginia, 143.
Vineyards and their profits, 138.
Vessels built in United States, *19.
Virginia, 168,
Verinont, 470.

Western America, prospects of, 5.
Whitney's l'acitic railroat, 21.
Wine-making, secret of, 59.
Wilmot proviso, 62.
Wheat, proluct United States, &c., 164.

of the North and South, 155.
American and forin, 158.

preparation for market, 100.
West Indin population, slavery, &c., 109.
Western rivers, casualties on, 184-5-6-7.
West, early political troubles in, 195.
Wilkinson, Gen., how far guilty, if at all, 197
Western rivers and lake commerce, 283.
Western steamboat navigation, 284.
West India slavery, 290.
Well water, 312.
Wheat exports, 369.
Water-meter on rivers, 396.
Western produce, 433.

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