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TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1860
APPROPRIATIONS BY CONGRESS.
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
ECLIPSES FOR 1860.
EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES FOR 1860.
GOVERNORS OF THE STATES AND TER- SEASONS, DURATION OF
GOVERNMENTS OF EUROPE.
ITALIAN WAR, SKETCH OF THE
KANSAS IN 1859.
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS.
POSTAGE, RATES OF
PRESIDENT, POPULAR VOTE FOR, BY
RETURNS OF ELECTIONS in all the States holding General Elections during the year 1859, carefully compiled expressly for the Tribune Almanac, and compared with former elections for convenient reference.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SOVEREIGNS OF EUROPE.
SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES.
STARS, MORNING AND EVENING
SUPREME COURT, JUDGES OF
AND TREASURY ESTIMATES FOR 1860.
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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.
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