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DEVOTED TO

COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS,

EDUCATION, POLITICAL ECONOMY, GENERAL LITERATURE, ETC.

“Commerce is King."

EDITED BY

J. D. B. DE BOW,

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, ETC., IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA.

VOL. XIX.---NEW SERIES, VOL. II.

NEW ORLEANS

AND
WASHINGTON CITY.

Art. 1.- Development Dr. Some or soul

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Agrits op Scenes

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ART. LXII. --Shot Indigo. of the Great

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ART. I. -Development of Southern Industry ART. XLII.-Agencies to be depended on n By Hon. J. D. Orr, of South Ca.

the Construction of Internal rolina.

Improvements with referART, II.---Texas and her Resources........ 29

ence to Texas ............. 201 By Dr. B. T. Archer, of Texas.

By a Texan. Aar. III.-The Failure of Free Society..... Art. XLIII. Camels and Railroads......

By G. C. Grammer, of Wash ART. XLIV.-The Coal Fields and Products ington,

of the Ohio Valley......... 206 ART. IV.-The South and the Union. The ART. XLV.-The Hireling and the Slave.... 808 Union, past and present.! How

By W.J. Gray, Charleston, S. it works, and how to save it.. 88 ART. XLVI.-University of Virginia.......

By Mr. Garnett, of Virginia. ART. XLVII.-Guano .................... ART. V.-Wisconsin ...................... 47 ART. XLVIII. State Agricultural Societies, 228 ART. VI.--Organization of the Executive ART. XLIX.--The different varieties of CotDepartments of the Govern.

ton Seed ................. 224 ment of the United States.... ART. L.-Elects of Emancipation ......... ART. VII.-Physical Geography of the Sea. 72 ART. LI.-Agricultural division of the PatBy Lieut. M. F. Maury, U.S. N.

ent Office ............. ART. VIII.-The Shipping of the World.... ART. LII.-The Weather and the Grain crops 227 ART. IX.-Agencies to be depended upon in ART. LIII.--The Cork Tree..

.............. 225 constructing Internal Improve ART. LIV. Southern Flour ....

228 ments .......................

ART. LV.-Horses and Mules for the South. 229 By L. Sherwood, of Texas.

ART. LVI. Competition of India in Cotton. 229 ART. X.-New Orleans, Jackson, and Great ART. LVII.-Consumption of animal food in Northern Railroad............

the United States ......... 288 ART. XI.-Charges on Railway Traffic..... ART. LVIII.-The Sorgho, a new Sugar plant 235 ART. XII.-- Alabama Coal..

ART. LIX.-Home-made Guano........... 235 ART. XIII.-Geology of the State of Missis ART. LX.--Sugar--Its Culture and Consippi ......................

sumption in the World ....... 286 ART. XIV.-Mining Statistics of California. ART. LXI.- The Cultivation of Tobacco ... 241 ART. XV.-Geological remarks relating to ART. LXII.--The Cultivation and Preparathe West and Southwest of the

of Indigo.................. 242 United States. .............

ART. LXIII.--Hemp-One of the Great StaART. XVI.--Introduction of New Plants...

ples of the Country ....... 244 ART. XVII.-Cultivation of the Sugar Cane

ART. LXIV.Statistical View of the State in the East.................

of Illinois, ........... By J. Balistier.

By J. L. Peyton, of Chica. ART. XVIII.-Agricultural Division of the

go, m. Patent Office.............. 99 ART. LXV.-Medical Topography of Florida 255 ART. XIX.-Important to Cotton Planters. 100

By E. L. Gilliard, of Florida. ART. XX-Carob Tree, or St. John's Bread 100 ART. LXVI.--Nativities of the Inhabitants ART. XXI.Slave and Free Negro Labor of

of the Leading Cities of the the District of Columbia .... 10

United States............. 262 By M. Thompson, of Wash

ART LXVIII.—"Cotton" is King ..... ington, D.O.

By Mann Butler, of Mo. ART. XXII.-Early state and progress of ART. LXIX.-Pauperism and Crime-White Agriculture in the Southwest 102

and Colored--Native and By B. C. Wailes, of Miss.

Foreign ................. 205 ART. XXIII.-Agricultural Memoir........ 104

By Robert Everest, of ART. XXIV.-Agricultural Education...... 114

England. Art. XXV.- Something for Cotton-planters 116 ART. LXX.-Chronicles of the Government ART. XXVI.Gun Cotton................. 116

and people of the United ART. XXVII. - Marks of good working

States....:
Oxen--feeding -manage-

By S. S. Miller, of Georgia.

ART. LXXI.-Law and Lawyers ......
Miscellaneous, editorial, &c. 118-122

By the Editor.
ART. XXVIII.--The Coal Product of the ART. LXXII. - Cotton" is King ..........
United States............ 128

ART. LXXIII.--Railroads and Railroad SysART. XXIX.-Slave Marriages.....

tem of Florida.......... 817 ART. XXX.--The Wife's Rights........

By B. F.Whitner, of Fla. ART. XXXI.- Population, Capital, and Pro

ART. LXXIV.- Religious Toleration ...... 825 duction of the United States 18

By Hon. 0. Gayarre, of ART. XXXII.-Massachusetts-Removing

La.
Judge Loring............ 18

ART. LXXV.- Population of Southern States ART. XXXIII.- What the South is now think

in 1850..... ing and saying about the ART. LXXVI.--Southwestern Railroad Procourse of the North ......

gress .............. ... 33 ART. XXXIV.-Lafitte, “the Pirate"Early ART. LXXVII.-On what Route are we to Times in the Southwest .. 145

have the Pacific Railroad? 886 ART. XXXV.-Texas Public Debt ......... ART. LXXVIII.--Ships and Shipping of the ART. XXXVI. -The New Court of Claims at

United States......... 342 Washington ............ 158

Art. LXXIX.-An Analysis of the Leaves ART. XXXVII.-Religious History and Sta

of the Common Yellow or tistics of the United States 161

Pitch Pine and Red Oak.. 848 By Dr. Baird.

By Prof. Shepard,
ART. XXXVIII.-The Counties of the United ART. LXXX.-Cultivation of Squashes and

States ......
...... 171

Pumpkins .............. 846 Art. XXXIX.--Our Southern Tormentor ART. LXXXI.-Maize, or Indian Corn-Va. the Mosquito ...........

rieties -- Cultivation and By Dr. B. Dowler.

Production ............. 817 ART. XL.--The Territory of Kansas....... 185 ART. LXXXII.-Grapes..................

349 ART. XLI-Railroad and Water Communi. ART. LXXXIII. - Sugar, its Culture and *.............. 193!

Consumption in the Tarse, State Engi.

World................ 850 apa.

ART. LXXXIV.-Management of Negroes. 358

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ART. LXXXV.-Bear Grass of Florida .... 863 | Art. CXXVII.—Medical Topography of ART. LXXXVI.-Breadstuffs-The Crops of

Florida..... the Present Year.......

By G.S. Gaillard, M ART. LXXXVII.—What is thought of the

of Florida. Review by its Subscri ART, OXXVIII.-Western Texas.......... 551

bers and the Press .... 367 ART. OXXIX.-Ancient Slavery........ .... 559 ART. LXXXVIII.-Interesting to Sea-Island

By Geo. Frederick Holmes, Planters ............ 868

of Virginia. ART. LXXXIX.- The National Observatory 869 ART. OXXX. -Agencies to be depended on ART. XO.--New Varieties of Sugar Cane .. 369

in the Construction of loART. XCI.-Agricultural College......

ternal Improvements, with Notices of Books, &o......... 870

reference to Texas........ 578 ART. XOII.-Free Negrodom—The Master

By L. Sherwood, of Texas.

ART. CXXXI.--The Province of Education. 588 By Mann Butler, of Mo.

By Prof. Wm. Gilmore CIII.-Interests of the Slave and

Simms, of South Carolina. Free States, and of the ART. OXXXII.--Agriculture in all ages.... 589 Union.....

ART. OXXXIII.---The Sweet and the Irish ART. XCIV.-Law and Lawyers ...

Potato ................

592 By the Editor.

ART. OXXXIV.--Economy in Farming..., 594 ART. XCV.-Statistical View of the State of ART. CXXXV.--Education of Farmers.... 695 Minois

ART. CXXXVI.--Cotton Orop of 1855...... 596 By J. L. Peyton.

ART. CXXXVII.--Hemp .......

............ 599

599 ART. XCVI.-Notes on Political Economy. 416 ART. CXXXVIII.--How the South ProART. XCVII.-Commerce, Statistics, &c.

gresses..... Subjects of Universal In ART. CXXXIX-Can Cotton-seed Oil or struction........

Rosin Oil be manufacART. XOVIII.-Red River Raft............ 487

tured with advantage in ART. XCLX.-France in 1855..

Alabama ?...... ... 601 ART. 0.-Facts upon Yellow Fever--its Pro. ART. OXL.-On the Cotton-Gin and introgress Northward ..

duction of Cotton ......... 602 By Dr. Xott, of Mobile.

By Kinsey Burden, esq., of ART. CI.-Military Defences of Virginia...

South Carolina. ART. CIL.-Southern Statistics-An Error ART. CXLI.-Flour Exports....... ... 606

Oorrected .................. Art. CXLII.--Insects infesting the Cotton ART. CIII.-Commerce of the Pacific...... 456

Plant .....

607 By Francis Poe, Esq., of Cal. Art. CXLIII.-Southern Convention at RichART. CIV.-Commerce of Southern Cities.. 458

mond, Virginia, November ART. OV.-Southern Education for Southern

19, 1865........ .... 609 Youth.......................4 Art. CXLIV.--The Sugar-growth in LouiBy Hon. Jno. Perkins, Jr., of

siana.................... 010 Louisiana.

Art. CXLV.--On the Forests and Timber of ART. OVI.-Steamboat Statistics

South Alabama............ 611 ART. OVIL-American Iron ...

ART. CXLVI.-The Southwest ............. 613 ART. CVIII.--Grain Orop of 1855......

ART. CXLVII.--Tennessee Agriculture.... 614 ART. CIX.-Crops and Exports-A Bad ART. OXLVIII.-Thorough Drainage--its Prospect for Cheap Flour ... 471

importance to Southern ART. OX.-Colza Oil. ..... ..........478

Agriculture............ 614 ART. OXI.-Mode of Extracting Tallow from ART. CXLIX.--Slavery, Ancient .....:::. the Tallow Tree......

By G. F. Holmes, o ART. CXII.-Rice ........

ART. CL.-Law and Lawyers ............. 637 ART. CXIII.--Remedies for Diseases of

By the Editor.
Cattle.........

ART. CLI.-Statistical Investigations--Aims ART. CXIV.-Horse and Mule Power.....

and Objects of.. .......... ART. CXV.--State Agricultural Fairs .....

By L. Schade, Wash., D.O. ART. CXVI.-Insects Infesting the Cotton

ART. CLII.-Ohio, Coal on Lower......... 661 Plant......

ART. CLIII.-Churches in the United States, ART. CXVII.-Circular of the s. 0. State

Progress of Principal..... 668 Agricultural Society...... 481

By Dr. Baird. ART. CXVUI.-A Plea for Agricultural Edu. ART. CLIV.-Commerce of the Ohio and cation ....

Mississippi ART. OXIX.-Can Indigo be Cultivated with ART. CLV.-New Orleans, Present and FuAdvantage in North Ala

ture of................... bama ....................4 ART. CLVI.-Cotton Manufactures........ 693 ART. OXX.--Turpentine.................. 456

ART. CLVII.-Education in Texas..... 695 ART. OXXI.-Meteorology for the Farmer. 489 ART. CLVIII.-Pittsburg, Coal Trade of.... 696 ART. CXXII.-Agava Plant..

ART. CLIX.-Commerce of Great Britain.. 697 ART. OXXIII.-Interoceanic Communica ART. OLX.-Banks of the United States... 701

tion--Commerce with the ART. OLXI.-Richmond, Trade of......... 702 East....................

498

ART. CLXII.-Exports from the U.S.... ART. CXXIV.-Law and Lawyers......... 507 ART. CLXIII.-Shipping of the World..... By the Editor.

ART. CLXIV. Coinage ................ ART. CXXV.- South Carolina-Her Agri ART. CLXV.-Ice-How much of it is used, culture, &c............... 028

and where it comes from.. 703 ART. CXXVI.---The Hybrid Races of Ani ART. CLXVI.-Philadelphia, Assessment of

mals and Men..
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Real and Personal Prop

erty .................... 712 | ART. CLXVII.-Agricultural Miscellanies.. 713

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