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AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY.

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BOSTON, MASS.:

NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE CORPORATION,

86 Federal Street.

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THE NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE.

VOLUME VI.

MARCH — ALGUST, 1832.

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AMERICA IN EARLY ENGLISH LITERATURE.

..Isaac Bassett Choate

20 AUNT MARTHY'S SECRETARY. A Story

Mary 7. Garland ANNALS OF AN ANCIENT PARISH

.Rer'. William 11. Savage

237 Illustrated by Valerian Gribayedof, Chas. H. Woodbury, Sears Gallagher, Louis A. Holman, Jo. H. Hatfield, M. Lamont

Brown, James Hall, and Á. Howes.
The old Parsonage: Sir Richard Saltonstall; First old Parsonage, 1635; Old Meeting House in which Provincial Con-
gress held their 2d and 3d Sessions; Harriet Hosmer's Birthplace: Birthplace of Maria White (Lowell); Theodore
Parker; Harriet Hosmer; Rev. John Bailey; Some old Watertown Tombstones; Anne Whitney; Birthplace of Anne
Whitney: Fowle House, General Warren's Headquarters; Paul Revere's House; Public Library; First Parish Church;
John Weiss; Twilight on the Charles; Dr. Convers Francis's House: Dr. Convers Francis; Theodore Parker's Board-
ing Place; House in which Theodore Parker kept School; Old Coolidge Tavern where Washington once lodged;

Watertown Churches of To-day.
ART IN CHICAGO..

Lucy B. Monroe ....
Illustrations: James H. Dole, Vice-President of the Art Institute; The Chicago Art Institute; Portrait of a Girl, by

Rembrandt Van Ryn; Prof. V. P. Lulp, by Rembrandt Van Ryn; Princess Helena Leonora de Sieveri, by Van Dyck;
The Water Mill, by Hobbema; W. M. R. French, Director of the Art Institute; The Sacred Wood - Pagan Inspira-
tion, by Puvis de Chavannes; John H. Vanderpoel, President Chicago Society of Artists: Heads of Two Apostles, by
Peter Paul Rubens: The Guitar Lesson, by Terburg; Judgment of Paris, by Walter McEwen; Charles L. Hutchinson,
President of the Art Institute; Alice D. Kellogg. President of the Paleite Club; Walter McEwen, from a charcoal
sketch by Himselí, engraved by M. Lamont Brown; Abraham Lincoln, from the Statue by Augustus St. Gaudens; The

New Art Institute
ARMSTRONG (GENERAL) AND THE HAMPTON INSTITUTE Edwin A. Start.

442 Illustrated chiefly from photographs by Jeannette M. Appleton and sketches by H. Martin Beal:

View of the Water Front of the Hampton Buildings: Map of Hampton; General Samuel Chapman Armstrong, engraved by J. Lamont Brown; The Old Mansion House - Home of General Armstrong; A Bit of the Old South, near Hampton: Memorial Church from Hampton River; Virginia Hall; General James F. B. Marshall: Whittier Preparatory School: Harness Making: Officers of the Battalion: In the Girls' Garden: Shellbanks -- The Old Homestead on the Hemenway Farm: The Barnyard; Reading-room and Library; Class in Natural History -- Science Building; In the Printing Office; Indian Students: Indian Boys playing Crokinole; Spahananadaka (Wild Rose), a Hampton Student: Indian Boys making Wheelbarrows; an Omaha Family and their Home before a Course at Hampton and

Afterward. ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, THE

Don Juan S. Attwell

767 Illustrated chiefly from Photographs by the Amateur Photographic Society of Buenos Aires, kindly loaned for the purpose

by Don Carlos Röhl, Consul-general of the Argentine Republic, New York.
Illustrations: Government House, Buenos Aires: Provincial-Bank, City of La Plata; Poor People's Huts, Buenos Aires

Province; Private Residences on one of the Fashionable Avenues of Buenos Aires; Cathedral, Buenos Aires; Callao
Street, Buenos Aires, - Jesuit Convent on Righi; Station of the Southern Railroad, Buenos Aires; Broker's Rings,
Stock Exchange, Buenos Aires: Façade of Opera House, Buenos Aires; Grand Stand, Race Course, Buenos Aires;
A“ Rodeo," Small Herd of Cows on a Ranch: Scene in the Park of Buenos Aires; unicipal Building, La Plata;
New Docks, Buenos Aires; An old Spanish Corner in Buenos Aires - a relic of Colonial Times: * El Challao,
Andes Mountains; Ruins of Santo Domingo Church, Mendoza; Three Public Schools of Buenos Aires; Entrance to

the Riachuelo.
BRYANT'S NEW ENGLAND HOME.

Henrietta S. Vahmer

65 Illustrations by Chas. H. Woodbury, B. 1. Carpenter, Louis A. Holman, and Sears Gallagher:

William Cullen Bryant; Monument marking Birthplace of the Poet; One of Cummington's streets; House in which
Thanatopsis was written; William Cullen Bryant: Bank of the rivulet which flows through Cummington; Old School-
house on the Bryant iarm; Old road at Cummington; Schoolhouse presented to the Town by William Cullen Bryant;
Interior of the Bryant Library; Library presented by the Poet to the Town of Cummington; The Bryant Homestead;

Library in Bryant Homestead; Old Baptist Church; Bryant's Father's grave in the mountain graveyard.
BERMUDA IN BLOCKADE TIMES..

.Charles Hallock

337 BONIVARD, THE TRUE, THE PRISONER OF CHILLON,

W. D. McCrackan

615 Illustrated by H. Martin Beal and Louis A. Holman. BLACK BASS FISHING IN NEW ENGLAND

Charles Frederick Danforth

660 CANDIDATE AT BINNACLE, THE

Benjamin Asbury Goodridge
Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield.
CLUBS AND) Cll'B LIFE AT HARVARD.......

Il’illiam Dana Orcutt

81 Illustrations: Jester, from '91 H. P. C. Theatricals -" Twelfth Night"; Group from '93 D. K. E. Theatricals — Caius

Julius Cæsar; “Première Danseuse in '9. H. P. C.-" The Obispah"; The '93 D. K. E. Theatricals —"Caius Julius Cæsar"; Seal of Institute of 1770: The '91 H. P. C. Theatricals “The Obispah";“ Alco” in “The Obispah"; Emblem of Porcellian Club; Group from '94. D. K. E. Theatricals – “A Serpent in Petticoats "; The Hasty Pudding Clubhouse; Medal of H. P. C.; i Skirtz in “ The Obispah"; Group from the '92 H. P. C. Theatricals -" The Old Bedstead"; " Cassandra" in '90 H. P. C.-“ Helen and Paris": " The Freak, the Frump, and Friar"; “ Ballet Girls" in “ Alice in Wonderland”: Emblem of A. D. Club; Amita" in “ The Obispah"; Running for the Dickey: Seal of the Pi Eta Society; Medal of the 0. K. Society; Watch charm of the Phi Beta Kappa Society: Institute Song: Seal

of the Alpha Delta Phi Society; Dickey business; Notification of Membership H. P. C.; The Porcellian Clubhouse. CARDINAL MANNING. A Portrait

135 COMMONPLACE BIOGRAPHY, A

Thomas II. Clark, D.D.

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PAGE, CLAY, HENRY, AS SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE ..

Vary Parker Follett

344 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS, THE. llustrated.....

P. 7. O'Keefe....... CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MOVEMENT, THE...

513 I. The Early Days of the Society

R27. Francis E. Clark
II. A New Religious Force .

Amos R. Ils
Ill. The Outlook and the Opportunity

John Il'illis Baer
Illustrated with Sketches and Portraits.
CHICAGO, THE HEART OF

Franklin II. Head......

551 Illustrated chiefly from photographs:

Tower of the Auditorium; A Moonlight Effect; The W. C. T. L'. Building: The Lake Front; Marshall Field &
Co.'s Wholesale Store: Among the Docks; The Masonic Temple; State Street; The Rookery and Board of
Trade: The Lake Front Park; Hallway in Auditorium: Dining room in Auditorium; Clark Street: Varshall Field &
Co.'s; Interior of Board of Trade; Court House and City Building; Twilight on Lake Michigan; Interior of

First National Bank; Pouler Palmer; Marshall Field; Geo. V. Pullinan; Philip D. Armour; Pullman Building.
CHILLON, PRISONER OF ....

II. D. lliCrackan CHICAGO FIRE, THE

Joseph Kirkland

726 Illustrated from photographs kindly furnished by Mr. Henry H. Belfield, and the Dibble Publishing Co., the publishers

of Mr. Kirkland's work “ The Story of Chicago."
Illustrations: Door of Republic Insurance Company Building (still standing); House now standing where the Great

Fire originated: Historical Society Building, Dearborn Street: Tribune Building. Before and After the Fire; The
Court House before the Fire: The Court House, seen through the Ruins of Clark Street: Booksellers' Row, Before
and After; Post Office; Post Office Ruins: First National Bank; Field and Leister's Store; Chamber of Commerce;
Michigan Southern R. R. Depot; Armour's Blocki St. James's Church Before and After; Door of L'nity Church:
Ruins of X. E. Congregational Church: Unity and N. E. Congregational Churches after the Fire: St. Paul's Church
Before and After: Looking South down Clark St.; View from Tribune Building Looking East; Crosby's Opera House;

View of Wabash Avenue; Van Buren Street Bridge.
EDITOR'S TABLE

Edvin D. Jlead 134, 266, 403, 543, 679, 815 EARLY VISITORS TO CHICAW.

..Edrward G. V/ason

188 Illustrations by Jo. H. Hatfield, Louis A. Holman, and from old prints. ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUTURE.

Professor Elihu Thomson.. FAMILY TREE, A. A Story

Jary L. Adams....

257 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield. FREE SUMMER PLEASURES FOR THE PEOPLE IN BOSTON Kate Gannett II'ells FRENCH CANADIANS IN NEW ENGLAND, THE...

rosper Bender

568 FREEMAN, EDWARD ALGUSTUS.

William Clarke, ll.A.
FUTURE ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT

Professor Elihu Thomson ....
Illustrated by H. Martin Beal:

Electric Signal operating through Fog and Darkness; Ship's officer taking the Electric Wave Signal; Power Station
at Niagara; Electric Street Cars: Power Station, New York City; Electric Freight Locomotive; High Speed Electric
Locomotive; Lighting, ancient and modern: Electric Mine Locomotive; Electric Mining Drill; Electric Gardening:

Electric Iron; Electric Cooking. FIRE, THE CHICAGO...

Joseph Kirkland. GOVERNMENT OF CITIES

726

Iloorfield Storey

432 GOVERNOR WINTHROP'S FARM. A Chapter of Old Bedford History. Abram English Brown...

325 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield, H. Martin Beal, and Louis A. Holman:

Governor Winthrop; The Two Brothers; A Portion of the deed of conveyance of the Winthrop Farm; Job Lane's
House; Road dividing the Winthrop Farm; The First Meeting-house: Fitch Tavern: Mill on the Shawshine; Alice
Stearns; Chestnut Avenue, Pickman House; Old Clock, Bedford Church; Bedford Church: The Bacon Homestead:
Old Flag, 1775; Rev. Samuel Stearns; Hannah Reed; Bedford House; Sign of David Reed's Tavern; The Winthrop

oak.
GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION, THE. A Story

Frances I/. Abbott,

301 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield:

“ Don' seem to be any signs of breakin' the drouth"; "When Mr. Atkinson's dickey strings were tied"; Lucy:

Gentlemen, will you let me escort you down and introduce you to the Governor?' GLOUCESTER, ROUND ABOU'T.

Edroin d. Start...

687 HANS GUTEMAN'S WINNINGS.

Jac Gregor Jenkins

703 IN A LITITE OLD TRUNK. Nlustrated'.

John S. Barrow's..

213 IMPRESSIONISM IN PAINTING...

Il’illiam Howie Downes

600 Just TAXATION

7. Ihidien Graham

706 LENNETTE. A Story

Ethel Davis

231, 372 LIND, JENNY, IN NORTHAMPTON

Elizabeth Le Baron Varsh

391 illustrations: Northampton from Elizabeth Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Goldschmidt, 1851; A Nook in Paradise; Program of

Jenny Lind's Concert: Mount Holyoke from Hockanum Ferry; The Jonathan Edward Elm; The old church in which
Jenny Lind sang; The lake in " Paradise," Northampton; The Henshaw House, where Jenny Lind used to stop on

her way up Round Hill; Round Hill, Northampton, from an Old Print.
Marco Polo's EXPLORATIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCE UPON COLUMBUS... Ilelen P. Ilargesson.

803 MILWAUKEE

Captain Charles King

IIO Illustrated chiefly from photographs by S. L. Stein.

“ The long sweep of sandy shore to the south": Up the river – nearly two miles from the Lake: Residence of D. M. Benjamin; View of Grand Avenue and Ninth Streei looking West; The Milwaukee Club; John Mitchell's Residence; National Soldiers' Home; North Point Water Tower and Park: View on the Milwaukee River: Mallards coming in to roost, from a painting by C. 0. Kert; Layton Art Gallery; One of Milwaukee's new Hotels: A Bit of River Scenery: The Plankinton Residence: St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Emmanuel Church: The Milwaukee River: Chicago, Milwaukee, aad St. Paul Union Depot: Schandein Residence; Trinity Church; Residences of James E. Patton and G. P. Miller; Hallway in G. P. Miller's House: Chimneypiece in T. A. Chapman's store; new Milwaukee office building: T. A. Chapinan's store; Colonel Fred Pabst's Residence.

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MICMAC FESTIVAL IN CAPE BRETON, THE

7. H. Iilson

177 MEXICO, THE REPUBLIC OF

Don Cavetano Romero

579 Illustrations: President Diaz; Statue of Columbus, City of Mexico; The Cathedral of Mexico; Aztec Calendar Stone;

Drainage Canal of Nochistongo; Interior of the Caihedral of Guadalupe; Shrines on Sacramonti: Popocatepetl from
Tlamacas: Zacatecas; Ixtaccjihuatl from Tlamacas; Hacienda, Temasopa - A Typical Mexican Farmhouse; Quere-
taro; Hercules Cotton Mills near Queretaro: El Salto de Juanacatlan — The Majara of Mexico; A Mexican Water
Carrier; A Mexician Mining Scene; Guanajuanto; A Loafer; Temasopa Cañon: The Pyramid of Cholula; Acque-

duct al Queretaro; A Bit of Aguascalientes; A Native gathering Pulqne: A Bit of Orizala; Castle of Chapultepec. MODERN LEAR, A. A Story

Ethelwyn Il'etherald.. NECRO CAMP MELODIES

Henry Cleveland Il'ood

60 OMNIBUS

271, 408, 548, 684
" A Heart of Stone." P. McArthur; “ The Modish Maid," Basil Tempest; “Old and New," Francis Dana; “ From the
Past,” M. A. de Wolfe Howe, Jr.: "A Diet of Worms," Amos R. Wells: “Gen'lman Joe," M. E. Torrence,
“ A Medley," Susie M. Best; “ One of Longfellow's Letters," D. M. Jones.
* Her Name," Zitella Cocke; “ The Difference,” T. H. Farnham; “A Comforter," Robert Loveman; “ The De-
butante," James G. Burnett.
“Worshippers of Light Ancestral," A. S. Bridgman: “A Treasure Trove," P. McArthur: "In Cliftondale,” Allen
Eastman Cross; “ Blind Love," Kate Whiting; The Violet," C. Battell Loomis; “A Back-Bay Lesson," A. S.

Bridgman.
ON THE TRACK OF COLUMBUS........

Horatio 7. Perry......

290 ONE OF A THOUSAND. A Serial STORY. I. and II.

Eben E. Rexford....

783 OFF MONOMOY POINT. A Story.......

Il'illiam Earle Baldivin..

743 PROVIDENTIAL LEADING, A. A Story

Mira Clarke Parsons

26 PROGRESS OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS, THE

Il’illiam Eleroy Curtis.

311 Poor MILLIONNAIRE, A. A Story

Mary L. Adams.

489 PEOPLE IN CHURCH AND STATE. THE...

Edward Everett Hale.

541 PROFESSIONS OR TRADES FOR WORKINGMEN'S SONS

Forrest Morgan

752 RECOLLECTIONS OF LOUISA MAY ALCOTT

Maria S. Porter.

3 Illustrations by May Alcott Nieriker, Louis A. Holman, and Jo. H. Hatfield:

Amos Bronson Alcott; Mrs. Alcott: Bust of Alcott, by Ricketson, in the Concord Library: The Wayside; The Porch
of the Orchard House: Miss Alcott's House at Nonquit; Miss Alcott at the age of thirty-eight; Miss Alcott írom a
Photo by Warren; Orchard House, Concord (The Home of the Little Women); No. 10 Louisburgh Square, Boston;
Bust of Miss Alcott made by Walter Ricketson for the Concord Library: House on Dunreath Place, Boston, where

Miss Alcott died; The Alcott Lot in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord; A Portion of Miss Alcott's last Letter.
ROMANCE OF CASCO BAY. I., II., III...

Herbert 11. Sylvester

•379, 501, 756 Illustrated by Charles H. Woodbury, H. M. Sylvester, Sears Gallagher, and Jo. H. Hatfield:

Fore River; The Stroudwater across the Old Canal; Some Quaint Headstones; The old Salt Mill; The Means House;
The Means Sideboard: Stairway in the Tate House, Admiral Tate's House; Buffet in the Tate House; The Tate

Homestead, said to be the oldest House in Maine.
ROUND ABOUT GLOUCESTER

Edvin d. Start...

.687 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield, Louis A. Holman, and Sears Gallagher.

Rale's Chasm; Old Ellery House - once used as a Tavern: The Gloucester Court House; Mother Ann-- Eastern
Point, Gloucester: Main Street; One of the Residential Streets; A Bit of Gloucester, seen from East Cloucester;
Low Tide at Magnolia; On Eastern Point; The Willows, near Annisquam: Fish Curing; Coffin's Beach: Gloucester
from East Gloucester; The Reef of Norman's Woe; An old Timer; A Modern Gloucester Fishing Schooner, High
School: Rev. John Murray; Rev. Eli Forbes; A Bit of Annisquam; Gate House, Eastern Point; Sketches around

Cape Ann.
STORIES OF SALEM WITCHCRAFT

Il'infield S. Veins.
Illustrations: Witch Pine; Site of Bridget Bishop's Salem House: Residence of Constable Putnam, Salem Village, 1692;

Shattuck House, Salem: Death warrant of Bridget Bishop: The Jacobs's House, Danversport; Anthony Needham
House, West Peabody; Site of Beadle Tavern, Salem; Trask House, North Beverly; Site of John Proctor's House,

Peabody; George Jacob's Grave, Danversport.
Sixty YEARS AGO. II.....

Lucy E. A. Kebler SCRPLICED BOY CHOIRS IN AMERICA

139 Illustrations: Chorister of the Madeleine, Paris, from a Painting by Kate Watkins: Choir of St. James's Church, New

S. B. Ilhitney

York; Choir Boys, Church of the Advent, Boston: Two Little Probationers: Choir of St. Paul's Church, Concord,
V. H.; Hartwell Staples, Church of the Advent, Boston: The Recessional, St. Paul's Church, Concord; Choir of St.
Paul's, Milwaukee; Blatchford Kavanagh, Grace Church, Chicago; Willie Cooper, St. Paul's Church, Kenwood, Chi-
cago; Dr. Gilbert, Organist of Trinity Chapel, New York: Choir of St. John's Church, Jamaica Plains, Mass.;
Newton Wilcox, St. Paul's, Boston: Out-door Service, Grace Church Choir, of Chicago, at St. Clair Springs, Mich;
Arthur E. Greene, St. Paul's, Boston; Edwin S. Baker, Church of the Heavenly Rest, New York: Choir of St.
Stephen's Church, Lynn; Three Brother Choristers, St. James's Church, New York: Willie V. Macdonald, Appleton
Chapel, Harvard: Geo. L. Osgood, Choir Master, Emmanuel Church, Boston: S. B. Whitney, Organise and Choir
Master, Church of the Advent, Boston: Group from Emmanuel Church Choir, Boston; Choir of St. James's Church,

Cambridge; Recessional - Church of the Advent, Boston.
SUMMER WOOING, A. A Story.

George Ethelbert Walsh.

181 STORIES OF SALEM WITCHCRAFT.

Winfield S. Vezins..

217 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield and Louis A. Holman:

John Puinam zd's Place; Thomas Haine's House: The Joseph Putnam House, Danvers; Thomas Fuller, Jr's. House,

Sliddleton: The old Philip English House, built 1685, taken down in 1833; Benj. Fuller's House, Middleton. SHAKER COMMUNITY, A

James K. Recie..

349 SOLTRE'S NIECE MARIA, THE. A Story

Mary F. Haynes

461 Illustrated by Jo. H. Hatfield. SHIP COLUMBLA, THE, AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE OREGON.....Edzard G. Portér.

472 Illustrated from old drawings by Haswell and Da idson, and sketches by Jo. Hatfield and Ma Beal:

Autographs of Members of the Expedition; Hobart's Landing, Norih River, Scituate, where the Columbia was built;
Captain Gray's Cup; Medals struck to commemorate the Departure of the Columbia and the Washington ; Jos.
Barrell: R. Haswell: The Ship Columbia and the Sloop Ilashington ; The Columbia in a Squall; At the Falkland
Islands; The Ship Columbia and the Brig Hancock in Hancock's River, Queen Charlotte's Islands; In Winter Quar-
ters at Clayoquoi: The Ship Columbia surprised by the Vatives of Chickleset; In the Straits of Juan de Fuca; C.
Bulfinch; At Whampoa.

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