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THE TRIBUNE'S SECOND YEAR.
Increase of Price.- The Tribune offends the Sixth-Ward Fighting-Men. - The
Office threatened. - Novel Preparations for Defence. - Charles Dickens de-
fended. The Editor travels.- Visits Washington, and sketches the Senators.
- At Mount Vernon. At Niagara. - A Hard Hit at Major Noah.....
THE TRIBUNE AND J. FENIMORE COOPER.
Horace Greeley's Narrative of the Trial. He reviews the Opening
Speech of Mr. Cooper's Counsel. - A Striking Illustration. He addresses the
Jury. Mr. Cooper sums up. - Horace Greeley comments on the Speech of
the Novelist. In doing so he perpetrates New Libels. The Verdict. - Mr.
Greeley's Remarks on the Same. - Strikes a Bee-Line for New York. - A New
Suit. An Imaginary Case...
THE TRIBUNE CONTINUES.
The Special Express System. - Night Adventures of Enoch Ward. - Gig Express.
Express from Halifax. - Balked by the Snow-Drifts. Party Warfare
then. Books published by Greeley and McElrath. - Course of the Tribune. -
The Editor travels. Scenes in Washington. - An Incident of Travel. - Clay
and Frelinghuysen. - The Exertions of Horace Greeley. Results of the De-
feat. The Tribune and Slavery. -Burning of the Tribune Building. - The
Editor's Reflections upon the Fire..
Her Writings in the Tribune. She resides with Mr. Greeley. - His Narrative.-
Dietetic Sparring. Her Manner of Writing. - Woman's Rights. Her Gene-
rosity. Her Independence. - Her Love of Children. - Margaret and Pickie.
- Her Opinion of Mr. Greeley. - Death of Pickie..
At War with all the World. - The Spirit of the Tribune. - Retorts Vituperative.
-The Tribune and Dr. Potts. - Some Prize Tracts suggested. — An Atheist's
Oath. A Word for Domestics. - Irish Democracy. - The Modern Drama. -
Hit at Dr. Hawks. - Dissolution of the Union. Dr. Franklin's Story. - A
Picture for Polk. - Charles Dickens and Copyright. - Charge of Malignant
Falsehood. Preaching and Practice. - Col. Webb severely hit. - Hostility to
the Mexican War. - Violence incited. A Few Sparks.-The Course of the
Wager with the Herald..
Revolution in Europe. The Tribune exults. The Slievegammon Letters. -
Taylor and Fillmore. - Course of the Tribune. - Horace Greeley at Vauxhall
Garden. His Election to Congress....
THREE MONTHS IN CONGRESS.
His Objects as a Member of Congress. - His First Acts.-The Chaplain Hypoc-
risy. -The Land Reform Bill.- Distributing the Documents. Offers a Novel
Resolution. The Mileage Exposé. - Congressional Delays. Explosion in
the House. Mr. Turner's Oration. - Mr. Greeley defends himself. The
Walker Tariff.- Congress in a Pet. - Speech at the Printer's Festival. - The
House in Good Humor. - Travelling Dead-Head. - Personal Explanations.
A Dry Haul. - The Amendment Game. - Congressional Dignity. - Battle of
the Books. The Recruiting System. -The Last Night of the Session. - The
Usual Gratuity.' - The Inauguration Ball. - Farewell to his Constituents.... 254
ASSOCIATION IN THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
Accessions to the Corps. - The Course of the Tribune. - Horace Greeley in Ohio. —
The Rochester Knockings. The Mediums at Mr. Greeley's House. - Jenny
Lind goes to see them. Her Behavior. - Woman's Rights Convention. -
The Tribune Association.-The Hireling System......
ON THE PLATFORM.-HINTS TOWARDS REFORMS.
The Lecture System.Comparative Popularity of the Leading Lecturers.—
Horace Greeley at the Tabernacle.- His Audience. His Appearance. - His
Manner of Speaking. - His Occasional Addresses. - The Hints' published.
Its one Subject, the Emancipation of Labor. -The Problems of the Time. -
The Successful' Man. - The Duty of the State. The Educated Class. - A
Narrative for Workingmen. - The Catastrophe...... 292
THREE MONTHS IN EUROPE.
The Voyage Out. - First Impression of England. - Opening of the Exhibition. -
Characteristic Observations. He attends a Grand Banquet. He sees the
Sights. He speaks at Exeter Hall. -The Play at Devonshire House.-
Robert Owen's Birthday. - Horace Greeley before a Committee of the House
of Commons. He throws Light upon the Subject. - Vindicates the American
Press. Journey to Paris. -The Sights of Paris. - The Opera and Ballet. - A
False Prophet. His Opinion of the French. - Journey to Italy. - Anecdote.
- A Nap in the Diligence. Arrival at Rome. - In the Galleries. - Scene in
the Coliseum. - To England again. Triumph of the American Reaper. — A
Week in Ireland and Scotland. - His Opinion of the English. - Homeward
Bound. His Arrival.-The Extra Tribune.
Deliverance from Party.-A Private Platform.- Last Interview with Henry
Clay.- -Horace Greeley a Farmer. He irrigates and drains. His Advice to
a Young Man. - The Daily Times. - A Costly Mistake. -The Isms of the Tri-
bune. The Tribune gets Glory. - The Tribune in Parliament. - Proposed
Nomination for Governor. - His Life written. -A Judge's Daughter for Sale. 341
DAY AND NIGHT IN THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
The Streets before Daybreak. - Waking the Newsboys. - Morning Scene in the
Press-Room. The Compositors' Room. - The Four Phalanxes.-The Tribune
Directory. A Lull in the Tribune Office.-A Glance at the Paper. The
Advertisements. - Telegraphic Marvels. - Marine Intelligence. - New Publi-
cations. Letters from the People. - Editorial Articles. The Editorial
Rooms. The Sanctum Sanctorum.-Solon Robinson.- - Bayard Taylor. —
William Henry Fry.-George Ripley. - Charles A. Dana. -F. J. Ottarson. —
George M. Snow. -Enter Horace Greeley. - His Preliminary Botheration.—
The Composing-Room in the Evening. - The Editors at Work. - Mr. Greeley's
Manner of Writing. - Midnight. - Three O'clock in the Morning. - The
HORACE GREELEY IN A FRENCH PRISON.
Voyage to Europe. Visit to the Exhibition. - At the Tomb of Napoleon. -Two
Days in the Debtors' Prison. — In London again.-Comments of the Editor
on Men and Things......
Farewell to Civilization. - The Buffaloes on the Plains. - Conversation with
Brigham Young. - Remarks upon Polygamy. - Visit to the Yo Semite Valley.
-Reception at Sacramento. At San Francisco...
HORACE GREELEY AT THE CHICAGO CONVENTION OF 1860.
DURING THE WAR.
Mr. Greeley's Reasons for opposing Mr. Seward. - Mr. Raymond's Accusation.—
The Private Letter to Mr. Seward. -The Comments of Thurlow Weed. The
Three-Cent Stamp Correspondence. - Mr. Greeley a Candidate for the Senate.
-He declines a Seat in Mr. Lincoln's Tabernacle..
Mr. Greeley's Opinions upon Secession before the War began. -The Battle of
Bull Run.-Correspondence with President Lincoln. - His Peace Negotia-
tions. Assault upon the Tribune Office. - Indorses the Proffer of the French
Mission to the Editor of the Herald. He writes a IIistory of the War.- He
offers Prizes for Improved Fruits.....
Horace Greeley's Plan. -His Mediation between President Johnson and Con-
gress. He joins in bailing Jefferson Davis. - His Speech at Richmond........ 492
Horace Greeley upon Poetry and the Poets. He objects to being enrolled among
the Poets. His Advice to a Country Editor. - His Religious Opinions.
Upon Marriage and Divorce. His Idea of an American College. How he
would bequeath an Estate. - How he became a Protectionist. - Advice to
Ambitious Young Men. -To the Lovers of Knowledge. -To Young Lawyers
and Doctors.-To Country Merchants. - How Far he is a Politician. - A
Toast. Reply to Begging Letters ....
HORACE GREELEY NOMINATED FOR THE PRESIDENCY