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Sculpture Popularized and Utilized-Rodman 7. Thomson (Charles) [See Laurens]

172, 264
Sheiri . .
183 Tilghman (Matthew) - Frank M. Etting

68
A Tap on the Window, 183; Parting Promise,

Tilghman (Matthew), his Home, his Kindred and his
184; Coming to the Parson, 184; Country

Public Services— George T. Hollyday
Post-Office, 185; The Charity Patient, 185,

Portrait, 416; " The Hermitage," 417.
Seventh and Market Streets, John T. Rose (see page
341]

226
Van Braght's Martyr's Mirror-Ilugh Turner .
Seward's (Miss) Monody on the Death of Major
Walker (Robert J.)-Samuel York At Lee

263
André-Charles B. Carlisle

292

Washington's Birthday in Richmond, Virginia 312
Sidney (Algernon)-S. P. Scott

333

Washington's Orderly Books—with Notes by Dr. Los-
Portrait of Sidney, 333: The Old Church at

sing
Penshurst, 334; Charles I., 335; Oliver Crom-
well, 336; Richard Cromwell, 337; Louis XIV.,
Washington's “Worshipful Master's” Chair

148
338; Charles II., 339; The Rye House, 340
Wilson (The late Henry)Isaac Smucker

251
Silent (The) WitnessEdmund Yates 47, 120, 209,

Portrait, 251.
283, 354, 431 Women and the Centennial

152

Sobriquet (Our National)—M. R. Pilon

181 Women (Sketches of Celebrated) - Mrs. Charles I.

“Steal not this Book”- John Ward Dean

68

Halsey .

** Stone of Destiny” (The)

308 Wooed and Married-Rosa Nouchette Carey 35, 113, 195,

Stow's Monument

66

75, 348, 425.

Monument to John Stow, 66.

Yorktown (The Proposed Monument at)

225

Stratford (The) House, Virginia–Benson 7. Losssng,

LL.D.

401

Thompson (Sir Benjamin), Count Rumford-Rev.

POETRY.
Wm. Hall

16
Birthplace of Count Rumford, 17.

Flag (The), the Elm and the Oak— W. T. R. Saffell 449
Thompson (Thomas) and his Art Mania - Rodman 7.

Happy Life (The Character of a)--Sir Henry Wotten 34

Wimfreda.

141

Portrait, 141; The House, 142; The Paintings

Woodland (A) Fancy-A Lesson in Leaves-Gussie

de Bubna

430

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CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME VI.

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275, 348, 425.
Carlisle (Charles B.), 292.
Carlyle (Ambrose B.), 249.
Chase (Theodore L.), 97, 146.

[The figures indicate where the contributions are to be found.)
Jones (Morven M.), 14, 92.

Schurz (Hon. Carl), 186.
Laws (A. R.), 226.

Scott (S. P.), 333.
Lossing ( Benson J.), LL.D., 1, 81, 110, Sheirr (Rodman J.), 24, 141, 183.
146, 161, 241, 321, 372, 401.

Shirley (Mary C.), 450.
Mason (George C.), Jr., 346.

Sir Rom de Camden, 19, 103.

Carey (Rosa Nouchette), 35, 113, 195, McKnight (Charles S.), 414.

McKaig (Thomas J.), 225.

Smith (Elizabeth Oakes), 68, 148,

306.

Mickley (Joseph J.), 172, 264.

Smucker (Isaac), 251.

Morden (John Harris), 57, 117. Tash (John H.), 148.

Morris (J. Hlarned).

Thompson (Walter Scott), 175.

Morris (Mrs. Nellie Hess), 215, 297.
Corliss (Capt. A. W.), Eighth Infantry, Oaks (G. T.), 148.

Turner (Hugh), 226.

Vallette (Henry M.), 9, 88, 177, 256,
Peale (L.), 450.

327, 407.

Pilon (M. R.), 181.

Vernet (Esther Reed), 270.

Pulk (William H.), 372.

Wallace (William T.), 450.

Potter (R. B.), 306.

Walton (A. J.), 147.

Preble (Com. Geo. Henry), U.S.N., 145, Wayland (Ann T.), 228.

228.

Whitehead (William A.), 344.

Pryer (Charles), 347.

Wilcox (H. K. W.), 226.

Rose (John T.), 148.

Wotten (Sir Henry), 34.

Saffell (Charles C.), 67.

Yates (Edmund), 47, 120, 209, 283,

Saffell (W. T. R.), 68, 305, 412, 449, 354, 431.

450.

Young (J. I.), 307.

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1776-1826–1876– The Great Committee, and its Commonwealth (The) Not a Republic-7. Harned

Chairman of the “ Masterly Pen"--Nellie Hess

Morris

247

Oliver Cromwell, Portrait and Autograph, 248;

Morris.

17

James I., Charles I. and Archbishop Laud,

Jefferson's Residence, Monticello, 17.

249 : Fac-simile of Portions of Cromwell's Let

Ackland (Lady Harriet) [see page 221]— Mrs. Chas.

ter announcing Naseby Victory, 250: Obelisk

on Naseby Field, 251 ; Anderson's Place, New-

H. Halsey and Win. L. Stone

191, 389

castle, 252 ; The Treaty House, Uxbridge, 253 ;

Adams's (John) Famous Letter-Ambrose B. Carlyle 218

John Pym, 253; Cromwell's House, Clerken-

American Pounds, Shillings, and Pence 139, 219, 387 Congress (The) in Baltimcre- John 11. Tash 464

André ( Major) and Mr. Carlisle's Defence

60

Congress Hall, Baltimore, 464.

André (Historic Details connected with the Capture of) Constitution (The) in 1835

139

-Charles A. Campbell

167 Correspondence (Interesting) between Richard Henry

House

near Peekskill, 168 ; The Underhill

Lee and Patrick Henry- \Vm. Wirt Ilenry.

Farmhouse, 169,

92

André (The Truth concerning Major) – Francis S.

Crispin (St.) and St. Crispinian-Thos. 7. Harris 310

Hoffman ·

98 Dallas's (Mr.) Thermometer - Samuel York At Lee 307

Arms of Great Britain, Ilm. Lee.

141

De Soto (Ockonissa, Queen of the Cherokees and)-

August, 1776-One Hundred Years-August, 1876--

Miss A. Fletcher

328, 428

De Soto on the banks of the Mississippi, 329.

D. Erskine Fenwycke

218

Domesday, or Doomsday Book

Retreat from Long Island, 103.

Specimen, 218.

Authors (Congress of ).

147

Doty (The) Tavern-D. T. V. Huntoon

24

Billings (William) (see Church Music).

The Doty Tavern, 25.

Brandywine (The Field of )-Wm. L. Stone and 7. Era (The) of Small Salaries-- Wm. Duane

61

Smith Futhey

94, 217 Fairbanks (The) House, Dedham-Benson 7. Lossing,

Buckskins-A. R. Laws and 7. R. Simms . 141, 217

LL.D.

241

The Fairbanks House, 241.

Buildings (The Historic) of America-Benson 7. Los-

sing, LL.D.

1, 161, 241, 321

Fair (The) Patriot of the Revolution-David Mur.

doch .

Calvert (Frederick), Lord Baltimore –W. T. R. Saf.

33, 113, 193, 273, 353, 435

fell ...

467

Faneuil Hall - Benson J. Losssng, LL.D.

321

Faneuil Hall, 321; Another View of it, 327.

Campbell (Charles), the Historian of Virginia–R. A.

Finance (An Apposite Article on), written One Hun-

Brock

425

dred and Eight Years Ago-Sego (Theodore L.

Portrait, 425,

Carlyle (A Talk with) -- Arthur Merlin

380

Chase)

Carlyle (Thomas) – Arthur Merlin

Fort Marion (St. Augustine, Florida, and the Venera-

Carroll (Charles) of Carrollton-Wm. Duane

89

ble)- Prof. James Orton

The Southeast and Northeast Towers, 80 ; The

Carroll (Charles) of Carrollon--Shirmer Jordan 401.

Fort, 99; Grand Staircase to the Parapci, 91.

Carrollton, 401; Portraits and Autographs, 494,

Franklin (Dr.) and his Works

57

Chelsea Old Church

An Old Portrait, 56 ; Philadelphia Library in

18.), 57; Pennsylvania Hospital in 180), 57.

The Old Church, 386.

Franklin's (Dr.) Cap-W. T. R. Safell

172

Chew (Chiet-Justice Benjamin)- Eli K". Price

385

The Cap, 172.

Chew House, Cliveden, Germantown Thompson Game (A Revolutionary) of Cards-Samuel Yorke At

Westcott

81

Lee

23

The Chew-House, 812

Church Music (The Pioneer of American)-- 7. I.

Ghosts (Modern) and Common Sense; or, a Seance

Youn,

and its Sequel- Arthur Verlin

255

Chester, 255

Hancock (John) and William Tryon-W. 7. R. Saf.

Clark (Expeditions of George Rogers)— Wm. Wirt

fell.

Henry and Samuel Erans

140, 387 Harriton, the Residence of Charles Thomson- Benson

Clay (Henry), Sr., of Maryland, the Grandfather of

7. Lossing, LL.D.

161

the Great Statesman—IV. T. R. Saffell : ; 107 Henry (Patrick), the Earliest Advocate of Indepen-

Harriton, 161.

Clinton (George) (see page 222]-Wm. L. Stone and

8

Frank Jl. Elting

dence- William Il'irt Henry

189, 468

Cliveden, the Chew House, Germantown, Thompson

Ilistorical, Centennial - James Ross Snowders

57

proti

81

Historic (The) Buildings of America-Bancom

Ine ( hew-House, 81,

Lossing, LL.D.

1, 161, 241, 321

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220

139

Home (Making) Beautiful— Margaret Field

432 Newspaper (Early) Celebrities of America— Nellie

Specimens of Window Gardens, 432-434.

Hess Morris .

184

Independence Hall- Benson 7. Lossing, LL.D.

Fac-simile Head of Boston News Letter, 184;
Independence Hall and the State House, from

Fac-simile Pennsylvania Journal, 185.

Fifth street, 1; The Old Bell. 2; Independence

Notes and Queries

56, 139, 217, 307, 385, 464

Chamber, 3; National Museum, 8.

Ockonissa, Queen of the Cherokees, and De Soto-

Independence (Patrick Henry, the Earliest Advocate

Miss A. Fletcher.

328, 428

of)-Wm. Wirt Henry

8

De Soto on the Banks of the Mississippi, 329.

Jefferson (Thomas) on Retiring from Office-R. A. Old South Meeting-House, Boston

385

Brock

61

The Old South, 385.

Kerr (Michael C.), an Obituary

240
Old-Time (An) Round Trip to New York-Rev. W'm.

Hall.
Knox (Mrs.), Wife of General Henry Knox-Mrs.

307

178

Chas. H. Halsey

31

Oswego (The Fall of) in 1756—Nlorven M. Jones.

16

Last (The) Survivor of the Immortal Fifty-Six-Shir.

Otis (James), the Father and the Son- John H. Tash
mer Jordan

Penn's Treaty Tree (see page 151] .

401
Carrollton, 401; Portrait and Autograph of
Plantagenets (The)- John Harris Morden

406
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, at the age of forty-

Matilda, and Geoffroy Plantagenet, 466; Henry
seven, 494 ; Portrait and Autograph of same at

II., and Richard Cour de Lion, 467.
ninety, 405.
Presidential Candidates

312
Latin (The) Gospels

Portraits-Hayes, Wheeler, Tilden, and Hen-
Specimen, 389.

dricks, 312, 313
Ledger (An Interesting Old)— Theodore L. Chase 60 Presidents of the Congress to 1789, and the United
Liberty (Popular) in England [a sequel to The Com-

States Government to 1829– James R. Watson 309

monwealth Not a Republic]-7. Harned Mor- President's (The) House on Ninth Street-1m.

ris

336

Duane .

59

King John, The Ankewyke Yew, and Effigy of

Pretender (The)

John, 336; The Wycklitte Oak, Stone at Had.

The Pretender, the Young Pretender, and Flora

leigh, and Bishop Burnet, 337; Chapel of Lam-

Macdonald, 220.

beth, and Bass-Rock Prison, 338 : The Tower

of London, John Bunyan, and Richard Baxter,

Prime (Rev. Thomas)-Elizabeth Oakes Smith 309

339 : “Free-Born" John L.lburne, John Mil-

ton, and Algernon Sidney. 340; Specimen of

Republic (The Commonwealth Not a)-7. Harned

Wyckliffe's Bible, and Wyckliffe's Church at

Morris,

247

Lutrenworth, 341 ; Western Entrance to West-

minster Abbey, 342; Richard Cromwell, Por-

Republic (The Oldest) of the World— Wm. Corsini

trait and Autograph, 343; Charles II., James

Ross (Charley) and his Kidnappers-Henry T. Wil-

II., William and Mary, 344.

liams

301

Lossing vs. Watson-William Fletcher

465

Charley Ross, 301 ; His Home, 302 ; Fac-simile

Old Loxley House, and “Residence of the

of Letter No. 1, 303; Washington Lane, Ger-

Quakeress," 465; General Howe's Headquar-

mantown, 304.

ters, 406.

Saint Augustine, Florida, and the Venerable Fort

Magna Charta (The American)-7. Wilson Norcross. 143

Marion-Prof. James Orton .

89

Specimen of Magna Charta, 142.

The Southeast and Northeast Towers, 89; Fort

Mansion (Another old Massachusetts)

307

Marion, 90; Grand Staircase to the Parapet, 91.

Memoranda, Centennial. . . 67, 147, 229, 316, 395, 477 Sawing Lumber- 7. B. Minton

389

Liberty Monument, 67; Market and Sixth

Saxon Calendar

59

Streets, 68; United States Naval Asylum, 69;

Weyd-Monat, 58; Hen-Monat, 59.

Philadelplphia Almshouse and Hospital, 69:

Old Walnut Street Prison, 70; Eastern Peni-

September, 1776 (The Dark and Light of)
tentiary, 21: County Prison, 71; Custom-
Shrines and Pilgrims, Old and New

469
House and Post-Office, 72; Wilson's School-
House, 72; The New Post Office, 73; Bar-

Mosque of Omar, Site of the Temple, Jerusa-
tram's' House, 73; Map of Fairmount Park,

lem, 469; Female Pilgrims, Pilgrim with Hair-

74: Laurel Hill, 75: View on the Schuylkili

Shirt, and The Doseh, 470; The Mahmal, and

from Laurel Hill, 75: Private Enterprises, 76–

Statue of St. Peter, Rome, 471; Plymouth

8o; Penn's Treaty Tree, 151; West's Paint.

Rock, and U.S. Mint, 472.
ing, 157; Episcopal Hospital, 152; Baptist
Home, 153; Fairmount and the Water-Works,

Singing (The) Poets- Mirs. 7. M. Church . . . . 461

155; Rustic Bridge, 156; Folding Bedsteads,

Slavery in the United States in 1790, in 1810, and in

235-237: Academy of Fine Arts, 376; Academy

of Natural Sciences, 317; Rogers's Statuary,

1830— Theoph. S. Walsh .

318-320 ; The Girls' Normal School, Philadel-

Slavery in the North-7. Moran Shrider

310

phia, 477.

Slavery in Vermont- John Ward Dean .

310

Memoranda, Current 64, 143, 223, 311, 390, 469 Sovereignty of the Sea—Captain S. B. Luce, U.S.N. 345

Literary and Art.

66, 145, 226, 314, 393, 473 | Sovereignty of the Sea .

387

Mercer (Lieutenant-Colonel James F.) and the Fall of

War-Ship and War-Boat of King John's Time,

Oswego in 1756Morven M. Jones

178

387.

Mistakes of the Infallible.

62 Taxation without Representation

221

Moore (Interesting Memento of Bishop Richard Chan- Thomson (Charles) (see Harriton).

ning - Charles A. Campbell

106 Thor and Odin; or, the Mythology of the Norsemen

Mythology of the Norsemen-Wm. Henry Thorne

257

Wm. Henry Thorne

257

Navy (Reorganization of the) -- Luke B. Stephens . 422 Tilly (The Count de)

60

Navy Yard (History and Reminiscences of the Phila- “ Tom Moore's Cottage”

467

delphia)—llenry M. Vallette. 27, 108, 173, 263 | Trangram (The)— IVm. Duane .

60

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Tryon (John Hancock and William)— W. T. R. Wooed and Married-Rosa Nouchette Cory. 48, 129, 211,

Saffell ..

308, 386

291, 364, 449

Turk (The) in Europe-Edward Thompson . 409 Yorktown (A Monument at)
Portrait of Abdul Hamid, 409: Public Library

POETRY.

of Constantinople, and Bird's-Eye view of

Ahmed's Mosque, 410; Mosque of Sultan

April (An) Prophecy - Mary R. Whittlesey

138

Ahmed, 411; The Church of St. Sophia (now
Autumn Love-Arthur Merlin .

272

a Mosque) Constantinople, 412; Interior of

same, 413; A Mohammedan Tomb, 414: A

Centennial Hymn (Oliver Wendell Holmes's)

215

Minaret, 415; Mosque and Tomb of Sultan
Mohammed, 416; Turks at Dinner, and a Shop
Collins (Last Verses written by Mortimer)

434
or Store, 417
Country (The) in Autumn- John Legan .

463
Washington and the Alexandria Masonic Lodge-0.

Dead (A) Facc-Geo. Edgar Níortgomery

384

B. Corsett .

216

Forsaken (A) Garden-A. C. Swinburne .
63, 141

137
Washington's Orderly Books—Notes by Dr. Lossing : 268, Going to the Golden City!

Gray Hairs.

55
347, 419
His Messenger.

463

Washington's Death and its Cause-H. K. W. Wil.

61

Hundred (A) Years Ago-Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes

Smith

Washington's (The Time of) Death-1Vm. A. White-

head.

Patrick Henry in the Virginia House of Bur-

141

gesses, May, 1765, 408.
Wile Away

Life-Milton Woodward

306

Wisner (A Neglected Patriot, Henry)

139 | Meeting (The) Waters .

290

Wisner (Henry) and his Powder Mill John H. Tash 261 | Somebody Older than You.

55

Women (Sketches of Celebrated)—Mrs. Chas. H. Welcome to all Nations- Oliver Wendell Holmes 215

Halsey.

31, 191 | Ziska's Drum-Elizabeth Oakes Smith

306

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CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME VII.

[The figures indicate where the contributions are to be found.]

At Lee (Samuel Yorke), 23, 307. Henry (William Wirt), 8, 92, 140. Saffell (W.T. R.), 107, 308, 386, 467.

Brock (R. A.), 61, 425.

Hoffman (Francis S.), 98.

Shrider (J. Moran), 310.

Campbell (Charles A.), 106, 167.! Holmes (Oliver Wendell), 215.

Simms (J. R.), 217.
Carey (Rosa Nouchette), 48, 129, 211, Huntoon (D. T. V.), 24.

Smith (Elizabeth Oakes), 306, 309, 407.
291, 364, 449.
Jones (Morven M.), 178.

Snowden (James Ross), 57.

Carlyle (Ambrose B.), 218.

Jordan (Shirmer), 401.

Stephens (Luke B.), 422.

Chase (Theodore L.), 60, 63.
Laws (A. R.), 141.

Stone (William L.), 94, 189, 389.

Church (Mrs. J. M.), 461.

Lee (William), 141.

Swinburne (A. C.), 216.

Corsett (O. B.), 63.

Logan (John), 463.

Tash (John H.), 16, 261, 464.

Corsini (William), 139.

Lossing (Benson J.), LL.D., 1, 161, 241, Thompson (Edward), 409.
Dean (John Ward), 310.

268, 321, 347:

Thorne (William Henry), 257.
Duane (William), 58, 59, 60, 61, 387. Luce (Captain S. B.), U.S.N., 345, 422 Vallette (Henry M.), 27, 108, 173, 263.
Evans (Samuel), 387.

Merlin (Arthur), 221, 272, 380, 456. Walsh (Theophilus S.), 221.

Fenwycke (D. Erskine), 102.

Minton (J. B.), 389.

Watson (James R.), 309.

Field (Margaret), 432.

Montgomery (Geo. Edgar), 384. Westcott (Thompson), 81.
Fletcher (Miss A.), 328, 428.
Morden (John Harris), 466.

Whitehead (William A.), 141.

Fletcher (William), 465.

Morris (J. Harned), 247, 336.

Whittlesey (Mary R.), 138.

Futhey (J. Smith), 217.

Morris (Mrs. Nellie Iless), 17, 184. Wilcox (H. K. W.), 61

Hall (Rev. William), 307.

Murdock (David), 33, 113, 193, 273, Williams (Henry T.), 301.

Halsey (Mrs. Charles H.), 31, 191. 353, 435.

Woodward (Milton), 306.

Harris (Thomas J.), 310.

Price (Eli K.), 385.

Young (J. I.), 255.

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