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Bothum's Hotel, 384.

ents, 78; at Baltimore Conven-
Boutwell, George S., his ancestry, ur; ca-

tion in 1844, 79; his appearance,
reer of, 112.

manners, and character, 79; politi
Bradford, A. W., War Governor of Maryland,

cal principles of, 79.
48.

“Bye-and-Bye,” Maitland's novel of, 189.
Breck, Samuel, 369.
Breckinridge, John C., 187; visits Philadel- CABINET-MAKING, 419.

phia after the war, 198; lost with Forney, Cadwalader, General George, 195, 234, 235
198; his quarrel with Cutting, 301.

236.
Broderick, David C., killed in a duel, 305.

Judge John, 195.
“Brother Jonathan's Lament for Sister Caro- Caldwell, Rev. David, 325.
line,'' 288.

Calhoun, John C., rupture with Jackson, 61,
Brough, John, War Governor of Ohio, his 128, 129; his defence of Nullification, 61 ;
characteristics, 52; incident of his energy

and the Force Bill, 130; his appearance,
and decision, 52.

130 ; compared with J. Davis, 134; speech
Brougham, John, 88; as an actor and writer, on Nullification, 136; his public positions,

89; bodily suffering while writing “Poca- 374
hontas," 89; his versatility, 90; his gout, California Senators, 293.
178.

Cameron, Simon, 93 ; recommended for Lin-
Brown, Albert Gallatin, his character, 170 ;

coln's Cabinet, 422.
violence upon slavery, 170. Campbell, James, 192 ; appointed Postmas-
Joseph E., Governor of Georgia, 49;

ter-general by Pierce, 420.
as a republican, 50.

James H., 196.
Brownlow, W. G., 293 ; mental powers of,

Lewis D., of Ohio, on Kansas-
311; his characteristics, 318; his autobiog-

Nebraska Bill, 167.
raphy, 319; and Jackson, 321; and the Canning, George, duel with Lord Castlereagh,
Rebellion, 322; his last days, 322.

304.
Buchanan, James, 32, 33; his secretiveness, Capitol at Washington, the, 332; its cost,
34; his wager with Stockton, 34, 409;

"ten-

336.
cent Jimmy,” 36; on publishing private Carey, Henry C., as an old man, 105.
letters, 93 ; and the sensitive jurist, 233 ; Carpenter, F. B., the artist, his Emancipa-
his campaign of 1856, 237; as a horseman,

tion Proclamation picture, 424.
419; formation of his cabinet, 420.

Matt, 294.
Buckshot War, 234.

Cartwright, Dr. Samuel A., oration on An-
Bullit, Judge, of Kentucky, his courage, 276. drew Jackson, 39.
Burr, Aaron, trial of, 103; his duel with Ham- Cass, Lewis, his career, 168; on Kansas-Ne-
ilton, 305.

braska Bill, 169.
Burton, Robert, a hypochondriac, 182. Castlereagh, Lord, suicide of, 23 ; duel with

William E., comedian, 88; his Gen- Canning, 304. .

tlemen's Magazine, 88; his play Cavaignac, 24, 25; made Dictator, 26.
of “Ellen Wareham," 88 ; his Centennial Commission, members of, at Sat-
“Encyclopædia of Wit and Hu- urday Night Club, 192.
mor," 88; as a Shakespearian Chandler, Joseph R., his “Letters from my
scholar, 89; as an actor, 89.

Arm-chair,” 86 ; at Saturday
Butler, Benjamin F., of Massachusetts, 78;

Night Club, 192.
his parentage, 78; his character,

Zach, of Michigan, 83.
80-83; ancestry, 80; his career, Chase, Salmon P., his appearance, 228.
80-81; his political opinions, 81; Chester, Thomas Morris, in Richmond in
incidents of, 82 ; a target for abuse, 1865, 217.

82 ; defends Oakes Ames, 83. Childs, George W., of the Philadelphia
Benjamin F., of New York, his par- Ledger, 193

Choate, Rufus, ill-health of, 178.

Cushman, Susan, 91, 92.
Cilley, Jonathan, his duel with Graves, 304. Cutting, Francis B., of New York, 301.
Claghom, James L., 193.
Clarke, Rev. Jonas, Revolutionary patriot, DALLAS, ALEXANDER JAMES, 68.
325.

George M., at sixty, 102.
Clay, Henry, and the Greeks, 68 ; his Davenport, E. L., the actor, 90, 91; at Sat-
“American system,” 130; and Jackson,

urday Night Club, 193.
133 ; compared with Webster, 133; his

Fanny, 87.
quarrel with William R. King, 300 ; his Davis, Henry G., U. S. Senator, 294.
duels with Marshall and Randolph, 304; Henry Winter, speech at Baltimore,
honors of Kentucky to, 374.

October, 1861, 47.
Clayton, Powell, U. S. Senator, 295.

J. C. Bancroft, 35.
Clergymen, Catholic, their social attributes, Jefferson, compared with Calhoun,
249.

134.
Patriotic, 323.

John, of Massachusetts, controversy
Clifford, Judge Nathan, his appearance, 227.

with James Buchanan, 35.
Clifton, Josephine, the actress, 87.

Dead-heading, 223; Constitution of Penn-
Clubs of Philadelphia, 189.

sylvania on railroad, 224; reflections on,
Cobb, Howell, of Georgia, 239; elected Gov- 225

ernor, 312; and Buchanan's Cabinet, 421. Death, sudden,"310.
Colfax, Schuyler, a ready writer, 187. Decatur, Stephen, his duel with James Bar-
Confederates returning to Congress, 289.

ron, 305.
Congress of the United States, growth of, Democratic party, whigs in, 243.
339.

Dennison, William, Jr., War Governor of
Conkling, Roscoe, father of, 298.

Ohio, 52.
Conner, E. S., the actor, 90, 91.

Dent, Mr., father of Mrs. Grant, a Democrat,
Conover, S. B., U. S. Senator, 295.
Cooke, Jay, public estimation of, 243.

Denver, General J. W., his duel with Gilbert,
Cox, General James, 297.

305; his high character, 310.
S. S., of New York, 297.

De Quincey, Thomas, 185.
“Culprit Fay,” Halleck on Drake's, 266. Dickens, Charles, and Guy's mint - juleps,
Cummings, Rev. Francis, Revolutionary pa-

182; obituary on Douglas Jerrold, 183.
triot, 325.

Dinners at the White House, 198.
Major Jack, of Pennsylvania, Disraeli, Benjamin, his quarrel with O'Con-

200.

143.
Curran, Meagher on, 75.

Dixon, Hepworth, 394.
Curtin, Andrew Gregg, 59; parents of, 60;

Senator, of Kentucky, interrogates
his earlier career, 60; nominated and elect-

Senator Wade, 157.
ed Governor of Pennsylvania, 62; Forney's Dodge, A. C., 83 ; replies to Brown of Mis-
letter on election of, 63; convenes Legis-

sissippi, 171.
lature, April, 1861, 66; consultation with Henry, 83; career and appearance,
Lincoln, 66; at Saturday Night Club, 196.

172.
Curtis, Carlton B., 274, 277.

Dorsey, Stephen W., U. S. Senator, 295.
Cushing, Caleb, discussion over his nomina- Dougherty, Daniel, his fun, 194.

tion for Chief-justice of the United States, Douglas, Stephen A., on the Missouri Com-
228.

promise, 154; his consistency, 154; his
Cushman, Charlotte, as a hostess, 91 ; her pro- character, 155; attitude towards slavery in

fessional career, 91; in Great Britain, 92 ; the territories, 155; on Kansas-Nebraska
her patriotism, 92 ; her genius, 92; appear-

Bill, 176; defeated by J. T. Stewart, 179;
ance and manner, 93 ; reference to Janau-

his career, 180; a favorite story of, 231.
schek, 93.

Drake, Joseph Rodman, his friendship with

nell, 304.

Halleck, 265, 267; writes "The Croakers" | Forbes, Paul S., 44.
with Halleck, 266; his "American Flag," Force Bill, in the Senate, 129; debate on, 130.
266.

Forney, John W., letter on election of Cur-
Drexel, Anthony J., 193.

tin, 63; letter from Washington in 1861,
Duché, Rev. Jacob, opens Continental Con- 65; threatened with arrest, 82; his Press,
gress with prayer, 326.

84; journalistic experience, 85; his rela-
Duels in America, England, and France, 300. tions with McMichael, 117: with Douglas,
Dwight, Rev. Timothy, 328.

155 ; on Douglas's Nebraska Bill speech,

177; lost with Breckinridge, 198; memoirs
EDITORS, at Saturday Night Club, 194; pres- of campaign of 1856, 237 ; as a boy Demo

ent and past, 244; Washington correspond- crat, 241 ; supports McClure for Mayor of
ents and, 244; of the past, 245; good qual- Philadelphia, 241; his Press and Sunday
ities of, 246; their sanctums, 245.

cars, 242; his editorial rooms, 246; and
" Election Sermons,"
324.

Rev. Dr. Hutter, 251; relations with Sum-
“Ellen Wareham,” Burton's play of, in Lon- ner, 254; on the Pryor-Potter difficulty, 302;
don, 88.

letter from London, 402 ; and Pierce's Cab-
Elliott, the artist, his picture of himself, 115. inet, 420; and Buchanan's Cabinet, 420 ;

Robert Brown, his reply to Stephens, and Lincoln's Cabinet, 421; and Simon
315.

Cameron, 422.
Emancipation Proclamation, effect of, 216. Forrest, Edwin, 88.
Eminent old men, 102.

Foster, Henry D., runs against Curtin for
Emmet, Judge, nephew of Robert, 70. Governor of Pennsylvania, 63.
Erie Canal prophesied by Barlow, 328.

Tox-hunting, 411.
Evarts, William M., 95.

Franklin, Admiral Farragut's flag-ship, en-
Everett, Edward, 11 ; Webster's estimate of,

ters the Bosphorus, 208.
ir; oration on the character of Washing- Franklin, Benjamin, his ancestry, 396; in
ton, 12; his appearance, 13; his character- England, 397 ; his mission of peace, 399;
istics, 13; as a clergyman, 13; his oratory, poem tu, 401.
14, 15; his career, 15; his writings, 16 ; first Freas, Philip R., starts Germantown l'ele-
speech on the Rebellion, 16; oration at graph, 213; his success, 214; his home,
Gettysburg, 17; on repeal of Missouri Com- 214, 15.
promise, 158.

Fredericks, W. S., the actor, 90, 91.
Exposition, French, of 1867, 278.

Frelinghuysen, U. S. Senator, 297.

Theodore, 297.
FAIRMOUNT Park, Romance of, 350; descrip- French Exposition of 1867, 278.

tion of, 351; history of, Republic, reflections on, 29.
351.

Revolution of 1848, 23, 24.
East, scenes, characters, Fuller, T. J. D., 198.

and recollections of, 378.
Farragut, Admiral, dined by President Grant, Gales, JOSEPH, editor National Intelligen-

200; his character and career, 201; Foltz's cer, reports Webster's reply to Hayne, 128.
memoir of, 203; enters the Bosphorus with Gallatin, Albert, 68.
his flag-ship Franklin, 208.

Garrick, David, his great gifts, 87.
Fillmore, Millard, at the inauguration of Germans, Pennsylvania, 136; characteristics
Pierce, 102.

of, 137; opposition to common-school sys.
Flanders, Henry, his “Lives of the Chief-

tem, 137
Justices," 229.

Germantown, 214•
Foltz, ex-Surgeon-general, his career, 202 ; Germantown Telegraph, started by Philip
memoir of Farragut, 203.

R. Freas, 213; its success, 214.
Foote's Resolution, Benton and Hayne on, Gettysburg, dedication of National Cemetery
123; debate on, 125.

at, 17.

Gilbert, Abijah, U. S. Senator, 295.

Maryland, 47; his patriotic action at open-
Edward, killed in duel with Denver, ing of Rebellion, 47; Henry Winter Davis's
305.

vindication of, 47.
Godey, L. A., at Saturday Night Club, 192. Hill, Isaac, of Concord, N. H., 81.
Gordon, General John B., 290.

Hitchcock, Major Ethan Allen, 93.
Gowen, F. B., President of Philadelphia and

Phineas W., U. S. Senator, 294.
Reading R. R. Co., 194.

“Hole in the Wall” at the Capitol, 340.
Grant, U. S., 18; made Colonel, 55; and Ad- Holmes, Oliver Wendell, “ Brother Jona-

miral Porter, 94; a Democrat before the · than's Lament” by, 288.
war, 229; as a horseman, 419.

Hood, Thomas, 182.
Grattan, Meagher's portrait of, 74.

Hook, Theodore Edward, his bitter wit, 181;
Graves, William J., his duel with Cilley, 304. his dishonesty and death, 181.
Gray hairs, 407.

Horses in England and America, 412.
Gray, Thomas, grave of, 386.

“Hosea Bigelow's Speech in March Meet-
Greeley, Horace, in IVeekly New-Yorker, ing," 286.

86; and Seward, 95; and Raymond, 96; Houston, Sam, 44; Wise on, 44; character

his letter to Seward, 97; his genius, 212. and characteristics, 45; his career, 45; vis-
Gregg, Andrew, grandfather of Governor its Texas, 46; elected President of Texas,
Curtin, 60.

46; elected to U.S. Senate, 46; Governor
Grier, Judge Robert C., his appearance, 227.

of Texas, 46; in the Rebellion, 46; on the
Grimaldi, anecdote of, 178.

Missouri Compromise Repeal, 161; his
Gross, Dr. Samuel D., 193.

opinion of duelling, 306.
Grow, Galusha A., 187.

Howe, Timothy O., U. S. Senator, 294.
Guy, John, his mint-juleps, 182 ; presents to Humorists, their melancholy, 178; not long-
Jenny Lind and Daniel Webster, 183. lived, 183 ; of to-day, 185.

Hunter, R. M. T., of Virginia, 217.
HAGER, JOHN S., U. S. Senator, 293.

Hutter, Rev. Edwin W., his career, 251; his
Halleck, Fitz-Greene, 264; Wilson's Life of, toleration, 251.
264; his career, 265; writes “The Croak-

mei
ers” with Drake, 266; his "Fanny,” 266; ILLINOIS, its part in the Rebellion, 55.
friendship th Drake, 267; “Marco Boz- Ingalls, John James, U. S. Senator, 295...
zaris,” 267; Rogers's opinion of “Marco Iredell, of South Carolina, on Webster and
Bozzaris," 268; and Fanny Kemble, 269; Hayne, 127
modesty of, 269; on proposition for his Ireland, American sympathy for, 68; in 1844,
monument, 271.

69.
Halpine, Charles G., poem by, 286.

Irishmen in the United States, 71.
Hamilton, Alexander, 68; his duel with Burr, Irish News, established by Meagher, 71.
305.

Irving, Washington, his last hours, 182; and
Hammond, Edward, 311.

Dickens, 183.
“ Hans Breitmann's Party," 284.
Harding, W. W., of the Philadelphia In- JACKSON, ANDREW, death of, 39; appointed
quirer, 194.

U.S. District Attorney by Wash-
Harris, Isham G., War Governor of Tennes-

'ington, 39; Cartwrights oration
see, his character and political tendencies,

on, 39; rupture with Calhoun, 61,
48; U. S. Senator, 48.

128, 129; protest against Senate's
Harrison, William Henry, 418.

censure, 62; censure removed, 62;
Hartranft, J. F., 192.

and General Scott, 94; and Nulli-
Harvey, James M., 295.

fication, 122, 129; and U.S. Bank,
Hayne, Robert Y., and Webster, 123, 125.

132 ; and Clay, 133 ; appeal to
Heister, William M., 59.

South Carolina, 134; and Amos
Hicks, Thomas Holliday, War Governor of

Kendall, 153 ; recognizes citizen-

ship of a colored man, 222; his Kendall, Amos, 147; his career, 148; influ-
duels, 305; as a horseman, 417;

ence with Jackson, 148; as a
his horse Truxtun, 417; duel with

writer, 148; and the Rebellion,
Dickinson, 417

149 ; piety and generosity of,
Jackson Federalists, 61.

149; his journal, 149; and Morse
James, John O., 194.

telegraph, 150; four eras of his
Janauschek, Madame, Charlotte Cushman's

life, 150; appearance and man-
opinion of, 93.

ner, 151 ; acquaintance with
Jefferson, Joseph, his grandfather, 87; when

prominent men, 151; admiration
born, 91; his dyspepsia, 178.

of Jackson, 153 ; on Democracy
Thomas, remark on House of Rep-

and secession, 153.
resentatives, 103; as a horseman, Kendall Green, 147.
415; anecdote of his inaugura- Kennedy, John P., 44.
tion, 416.

Kentucky, the victim of reactionary politi-
Jerrold, Douglas, Dickens's obituary on, cians, 50; honors to Clay, 374.
183.

Keyser, Charles, his book on Fairmount
Johnson, Andrew, demands succor for Union Park, 380.

men of Tennessee, 48; as milita- King, William R., of Alabama, his quarrel
ry governor, 48; nomination for

with Clay, 300.
Vice-President, 48; his experi- Knight, Edward C., 194.
ences, 187

Knox, John C., 59.
Cave, 33.

Kosciusko, 68.
Reverdy, his reminiscences, 187; Kossuth, American ovation to, 68.

his mental vigor, 188; in London,
1874, 404; his career, 405; his pa- LAFAYETTE, 68.
triotism, 406.

Lamartine, 24, 25.
Dr. Samuel, his mental and bodily Lamb, Charles, 184; anecdote of, 184.
suffering, 182.

Mary, insanity of, 184.
Jones, J. Glancy, 240.

Landreth, David, agriculturist, 194.
J. P., U. S. Senator, 292.

Law, John, 187.
“ Jordans," Burial-place of William Penn, Lecompton question, 247.
388.

Leighton, Mrs., 12.
Journalist, duty of, 242.

Leland, Charles G., his “Hans Breitmann's
Jubilee singers, Fisk, 284.

Party," 284.
Justices of the Supreme Court of U. S., 226, L'Enfant, architect, 370.

231; their social position, 230; their tastes, Letcher, John, War Governor of Virginia, 47 ;
230.

his connection with secession, 47; as an

orator, 217.
KANSAS-NEBRASKA Bill, passage of, 154.

Letters, revealing private, 93.
Keenan, Rev. Bernard, 249; his genial nat- Liberty, American love of, 67.

ure, 250 ; his religious liberality, 250. Library, National, 341.
Keim, De B. Randolph, author, 333.

Lincoln, Abraham, at dedication of National
Kelley, William D., offers resolution for en- Cemetery at Gettysburg, 17, 18, 21; ap-

couragement of Irish manufactures in con- proval of Curtin's policy, 66; his gloom,
vention at Philadelphia in 1842, 68; his 179; Douglas's opinion of, 179; his contest
career, 375; his abilities, 376.

with Douglas, 179; on receiving bad news,
Kelly, James K., U. S. Senator, 293.

180; his toleration, 252; as a horseman,
Kemble, Fanny, 87.

419; his Cabinet, 422; his portraits, 423;
William H., ex-State-Treasurer of his faith in Providence, 426.

Pennsylvania, his manner and Livingston, Mr., friend of Jackson, 131.
character, 196.

Lloyd, Clinton, his recitations, 284.

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