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Civili a u,
Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic Arts, Internal Im-
Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts are the basis of Civilization.
SI. ILOUIS: .
Geological Survey of Missouri.
1 62 64
67 •68, 135
118 212 220 225 227 227 228 228
Valley of the Ohio. Its conquest and settlement by Americans. By MANN
..8, 111; 159, 239, 319, 400 The Critical and Miscellaneous Essays of Christopher North, [Professor Wilson]. By ALGERON.
71 Dependence of Mind upon Matter. By PEARCE C. GRACE, Esq., of Mo... 137 Universal Prime Mover. By ALEX. J. GRAHAM, of St. Louis, Mo.......... 273 Angel Child. A poem, by LETTIE, of Lexington, Ky.
303 Memory of Friends. A poem, by HARRY.
304 Africa and African Sla very. By Hugh A. GARLAND, Esq., of St. Louis.. 338 England and the Slave Trade. By Hugh A. GARLAND, Esq., of St. Louis 415
GENERAL INDEX TO THE TWELFTH VOLUME.
Commercial aspects of California, 362.
Credit, Gold and Silver, 118.
Cultivation of Taste by Farmers,
of metals, 276.
England and the Slave Trade, 415.
American securities, 25.
Forest Mining Co., 59.
Fruits of Oregon, wild and cultivated,
Gas : Cost and consumption of, in 34
cities in the U. S., 380.
German Philosopliy, 68, 135.
Mad. De Stael, 225.
264. Its commercial aspects. Prices tion of gold, 276. Shipment of gold
duce of gold in Australia, 379.
tures, &c. History of its improve Great Britain: Its Iron trade, 60. Its
uses, &c., 85.
Harry and Jule; a poem, 152.
Heaven, the way to. A poem, 227.
merce of the United States, 282 to mercial prospects, 370.
with Virginia for the Illinois cam Illinois: Bank Commissioner's Report,
invasion of the Indian country, 400. projects, &c., 20.
Great Britain, 60. Duties on Rail-