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THE

TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR

1860

CONTAINS:

APPROPRIATIONS BY CONGRESS.

LEAP-YEAR. CABINET OF THE UNITED STATES. OCCULTATIONS. CALENDARS FOR 1860.

POSTAGE, RATES OF
CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.

PRESIDENT, POPULAR VOTE FOR, BY
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. STATES.
DAY AND NIGHT, LENGTH OF

RETURNS OF ELECTIONS in all the States
ECLIPSES FOR 1860.

holding General Elections during the year EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES FOR 1860. 1859, carefully compiled expressly for the EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNI. Tribune Almanac, and compared with former TED STATES.

elections for convenient reference, GOVERNORS OF THE STATES AND TER- SEASONS, DURATION OF RITORIES.

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. GOVERNMENTS OF EUROPE.

SLAVE TRADE, FOREIGN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SOVEREIGNS OF EUROPE. UNITED STATES.

STARS, MORNING AND EVENING ITALIAN WAR, SKETCH OF THE

STATE GOVERNMENTS. KANSAS IN 1859.

SUPREME COURT, JUDGES OF
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS.

TIDES.
MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY AND TREASURY ESTIMATES FOR 1860.
MINISTERS RESIDENT.

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THE LEMMON SLAVE CASE.

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The full history of the Lemmon Slave Case, from its origin to its final decision in the Court of Appeals, containing the opinion of Judge Paine, before whom the case was first heard, tho opinion of the Supreme Court, the points and arguments of Charles O'Conor, William M. Evarts and Joseph Blunt, in the Court of Appeals, and the opinions of Judge Denio, Wright, and Clerke. The great importance of the legal and political principles involved, the boldness with which the issues were made, and the ability with which the argument was sustained on both sides, render this one of the most significant and universally interesting trials that ever took place in this country. Price per copy, 25 cents; per 100, $16. If sent by mail, 5 cents in ad. dition must be sent to prepay postage. Terms cash. Address

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THE AMERICAN STATESMAN:

A POLITICAL HISTORY, exhibiting the Nature, Origin and Practical Operation of Constitu.

tional Government in the United States ; the Rise and Progress of Parties; and the views of Distinguished Statesmen on Questions of Foreign and Domestic Policy.

BY ANDREW W. YOUNG.

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It presents the views of our ablest Statesmen, and the action of the Government on all the prominent questions of public policy which have arisen under the Constitution, and which have divided the people into parties.

An important feature of the work is, that on controverted questions, whether involving Constitutional principles or mere considerations of policy, the main arguments on both sides are impartially given, and submitted without comment to the judgment of the reader.

joi to the work is an Appendix, containing the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, a statement of the Electoral Votes that have been given for the different candidates for the Presidency, etc., etc.

[From the N. Y. Tribune.] “The author has performed his difficult task with that laborious care and conscientious fidelity, which those acquainted with his previous works must confidently anticipate in any production

There are tens of thousands—nay, hundreds of thousands-of youth in our land, whose daily duties do not afford them leisure to wade through shelves of Niles' Registers, Annual Registers, Washington's, Jefferson's, Madison's, Calhoun s, Benton's and other letters and papers, in order to gain a clear and comprehensive view of the main questions which have successively divided our statesmen and our countrymen generally. But the farmer's son by the winter fireside, the apprentice at his hours of leisure, the clerk in the duller season for business, may make himself thoroughly familiar with Mr. Young's book, and thus become better informed respecting the past political history of our country than so many as one-third of those now exercising the right of suffrage. And as the same questions, substantially, reappeared from age to age though under different auspices, and often with a change of sides among those contending for the mastery, this unassuming Statesman' will prove to most of them emphatically useful and instructive. We heartily commend it to general attention and perusal.

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This work, handsomely printed, contains 82 chapters of the most important matter, necessary to be known of Re.
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