Editor's Table :-New Year's Salutations-Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher-Monsieur Jean Bap-
Anthem for Easter,
tiste Robinet, of St. Louis-New York Ex-
Address of B. J. Barbour before the Literary Soci-
press on Alfred Bunn--La Feuille-Death of
eties of the Virginia Military Institute,
Professor Courtenay-Opening of the Peters.
A word about Sir John Franklin,
543 Mrs. Mowatt-Why does a Mulc run faster by
night than by day- The “ Little Cockade”-
Another Virginia Law Book,
Death of Judge Charlton-Harper's Maga-
Autumn in the South,
zine-Annabel Lee-Ambiguous Correspon-
dents--Flush Times of Alabama, &c., 123–125
Galt's Jefferson- The XIXth Psalm-Cicero on
Bouquet of Memories,
the law of Gravitation—The Mill Question
Blackwood 08. Gray,
once more-La Feuille,
Buach of Jessamines. A Tale. By Elma South, 374
Putnam's Monthly-Death of Sergeant Tallourd-
Letter from Dr. Gessner Harrison-Punch on
the Eastern War-News from across the wa-
Christianity and the Fall of the Roman Empire, 1
Count Ernest. By M. LI. W. H,
Free Schools and the University of Virginia,
Claims of the English Language,
Fragment from the Journal of the late Henry Ellen, 315
Few Reasons for my Faith; or Why I am a Bache.
Colonial Life of Virginia : An Address by Jno. R.
Credulity of the Times,
Calm Disc'ission of the Know Nothing Question, 540
Chronicles of a Planter's Hall,
616-674 General Gym and Colonel Burrows. By the au-
Cemetery and the Concert. From the French of
thor of the “Flush Times,"
668 General Daniel Morgan : his personal traits and
dwelling place. (Selected.)
Death of a Child,
564 Hilliard's Six Months in Italy. A Review,
Dumas' Louis XIV.,
Haydon's Autobiography. Extracts,
Homeward Bound. By Rev. John C. McCabe. 187
Edgar A. Poe. (Selected.)
249 Hour in an Antechamber,
Eloquence. An Essay,
Excursion to the Natural Eridge,
253 Impressions of Travel. Rome-Italy,
Education : Early Culture.
14 Interior of a Diligence,
Epigram after the Greek,
294 | Judson, Mrs. Emily. Her poems,
En Route ; or Notes of the Overland Journey to the Invocation,
Editorial Letters from Europe, 411--461-528-565-
699_763 “Kind Fords,''