Harper's Magazine, Volume 32

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Harper's Magazine Company, 1866
 

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Contents

Backing up Plates
14
Entrance to Vaults
15
The Adams Press
16
The DryingRoom
18
FoldingMachine
19
Stabbing Sheets
21
Portion of Stock Room
22
The Taylor Cylinder Press
23
The Hoe Rotary Press
24
Shears and Trimming Machine
25
Embossing Covers
26
Finishing a Book
27
Marbling
28
Burnishing
29
Section of Manufactory
30
ADULTERATION ETHICS OF t F M Brewer 635
31
The Belzoro Gold Mine
32
The Marks Gold Mine
34
Shaft Driving Waller Mine
35
The Snead Gold Mine
36
The Lightfoot Mine
37
Columbia Virginia
42
The Moth and the Candle
68
CUMBERLAND THE Herman Melville 474
85
EDITORS EASY CHAIR
121
Winter
137
Snow
138
Navy IN NORTH CAROLINA SOUNDS Illustrated John S C Abbott
139
Watching for Cree
141
The Winter Hat
143
Fort Edmonton on Saskatchewan 145
145
Beaver Swamp and Dam
147
The Forest on Fire
149
OBrien Crossing the River
150
The Assinaboinc rescues Bucephalus
151
Misadventures of the Raft
152
The Trail at an End
153
Crossing the Athabasca River
154
Going up Hill
155
Upper Lake on the Athabasca
157
The Party across the Mountains
158
A Spot Revisited
160
The Amusing Witness
161
The Medical Student 1GI 58 The Contradictory Witness
162
The Indignant Witness 1G2 GO The Young Lady trifled with
163
ELDERTHORPES IDEA George D Tollman 580
186
Thanks to Thunder
189
HOLIDAYS THE George C McWhorter 164 358
230
PALMERSTON LORD RECOLLECTIONS OF Illustrated Henry C Clarke
240
Blackwells Island Lunatic Asylum
273
The CookHouse
274
G7 Receiving PatientsThe Examination
275
Lunatics at Dinner
277
G9 The Office and Druggery
278
The Admiral
290
Within Fort Maxey
292
INDIAN SUMMER Illustrated Caroline Seymour
312
Philip Herman Melvilles
323
The Pitt Diamond
348
RESTAURANTS CONCERNING C W Gesner 591
409
Ashland Virginia
415
ROME ALL ROADS LEAD TO Katherine C Walker 224
475
KATE Mori N Prescott 778
525
Bombardment of Roanoke Island 677
567
HandtoHand Fight 682
582
The Chinese Prince of Rung 684
596
General Burgcvine 69G 191 Principal Street of QuinSan 698
602
FLAG THAT TALKS THE Charles Landor 733
681
Residence of Capt U S Grant
682
Residence of Lieut Gen Grant
683
Marsdens Diggings near Galena
685
Hughletts Smelting Furnace Galena
687
Ore Veins of Elevator Lead Mine
688
Residence of Nelson Stillman Galena GS9 200 Weighing PigLead
690
Residence of Henry Corwith Galena
691
Customhouse and Postoffice Galena
693
U S Marine Hospital Galena
694
Residence of E B Washburne
695
The Sidewalk is built Galena
696
The Yosemite Valley California
697
The Valley from Coulterville Trail
698
Tho Bridal Veil Fall
699
ElCapitan
700
Plan of Yosemite Valley
701
Cathedral Rocks
704
The South Dome
705
Vernal Fall
707
Bellows Butte and Nevada Fall
708
LIVINGSTONES LAST AFRICAN EXPEDITION Illustrated A II Guernsey
709
On the Zambesi
710
Pandanus or Screw Palm
712
The MaRobert in the Zambesi
713
Dance of African Lndeens
715
BirdsEye View of Mosioatunya Falls
718
A Gang of Slaves on the March
719
Tho Pelele or LipRing
720
Mill for Grinding Corn
721
An African Group
723
Father and Son
739
SIX SHOTS MR DODS George F Harrington 207
756
LONGWOOD Ruth Harper 792
758
View of Residence
765
Plan of First Floor
767
Cooking Range 707
768
Transverse section of House
770
Warming and Ventilation
771
TOO LATE Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
787
MARCH TO THE SEA THE Herman Melville 366
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