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Endustrial Resources, Statistics, etc.

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COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS,

EDUCATION, POLITICAL ECONOMY, GENERAL LITERATURE, ETC.

" Commerce is King."

EDITED BY

J. D. B. DE BOW,

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, ETC., IN THE UNIVERSITY OP LOUISIANA.

VOL. XIX.---NEW SERIES, VOL. II.

NEW ORLEANS

AND

WASHINGTON CITY.

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ART. I.-Development of Southern Industry 1 Arr. XLII.-Agencies to be depended on n
By Hon. J. D. Orr, of South Ca.

the Construction of Internal
rolina.

Improvements with refer.
ART. II.-Texas and her Resources..

22
ence to Texas .......

201
By Dr. B. T. Archer, of Texas.

By a Texan.
ART. III.--The Failure of Free Society. 29 ART. XLIII.-Camels and Railroads.... 205

By G. C. Grammer, of Wash- ART. XLIV.-The Coal Fields and Products
ington.

of the Ohio Valley.........

206 ABT. IV.-The South and the Union. The ART. XLV.-The Hireling and the Slave... 808 Union, past and present.! How

By W. J. Gray, Charleston, S. O.
it works, and how to save it.. 88 ART. XLVI.-University of Virginia.
By Mr. Garnett, of Virginia. ART. XLVII.-Guano ....

219 ART, V.-Wisconsin

47 ART. XLVIII.--State Agricultural Societies. 223 ART. VI.-Organization of the Executive ART. XLIX.--The different varieties of Cot. Departments of the Govern

ton Seed

224 ment of the United States.... 62 ART. L.--Effects of Emancipation

226 ART. VII.-Physical Geography of the Sea. 72 ART. LI.--Agricultural division of the PatBy Lieut. M. F. Maury, U.S. N.

ent Office ..

227 ART. VIII.-The Shipping of the World.... 79 ART. LII.-The Weather and the Grain crops 227 ART. IX.-Agencies to be depended upon in ART. LIII.--The Cork Tree..

225 constructing Internal Improve- ART. LIV, Southern Flour

228 ments ...

81 ART. LV.-Horses and Mules for the South. 229
By L. Sherwood, of Texas. ART. LVI.--Competition of India in Cotton. 229
ART. X.-New Orleans, Jackson, and Great ART. LVII.-Consumption of animal food in
Northern Railroad...

88
the United States ....

283
ART. XI.-Charges on Railway Traffic... 90 ART. LVIII.—The Sorgho, a new Sugar plant 285
ART. XII.-Alabama Coal.
91 ART. LIX.-Home-made Guano..

235 ART. XIII.--Geology of the State of Missis- Art. LX--Sugar-Its Culture and Consippi

98

Eumption in the World . 286
Art. XIV.-Mining Statistics of California. 95 ART. LXI.-The Cultivation of Tobacco 241
ART. XV.-Geological remarks relating to Art. LXII.--The Cultivation and Prepara-
the West and Southwest of the

of Indigo......

242 United States.

95 ART. LXIII.-Hemp-One of the Great StaArt. XVI.-Introduction of New Plants... 97

ples of the Country

244
ART. XVII. - Cultivation of the Sugar Cane ART. LXIV. - Statistical View of the State
in the East..

98
of Illinois..

247
By J. Balistier.

By J. L. Peyton, of Chica-
ART. XVIII.-Agricultural Division of the
Patent Office...

99 Art. LXV.-Medical Topography of Florida 255 Art. XIX.-Important to Cotton Planters. 100

By E. L. Gilliard, of Florida. ART. XX-Carob Tree, or St. John's Bread 100 ART. LXVI.--Nativities of the Inhabitants ART. XXI.-Slave and Free Negro Labor of

of the Leading Cities of the the District of Columbia.... 100

United States.

262
By M. Thompson, of Wash- ART. LXVIII.--"Cotton" is King
ington, D. C.

By Mann Butler, of Mo.
ART. XXII.--Early state and progress of ART. LXIX.-Pauperism and Crime-White
Agriculture in the Southwest 102

and Colored-Native and By B. C. Wailes, of Miss.

Foreign

268 ART. XXIII.-Agricultural Memoir.. 104

By Robert Everest, of
ART. XXIV.--Agricultural Education...... 114

England.
Art. XXV.- Something for Cotton-planters 116 ART. LXX.-Chronicles of the Government
ART. XXVI.-Gun Cotton..

116

and people of the United ART. XXVII. - Marks of good working

States..

286 Oxen--feeding -manage

By S. S. Miller, of Georgia.
ment, &c.

117
ART. LXXI.-Law and Lawyers

801
Miscellaneous, editorial, &c..118-122

By the Editor.
ART. XXVIII.- The Coal Product of the Art. LXXII.-"Cotton" is King ....... 808
United States..

128 ART. LXXIII.-Railroads and Railroad Sys. ART. XXIX.--Slave Marriages..

180

tem of Florida...... 817 ART. XXX.--The Wife's Rights..

180

By B. F.Whitner, of Fla. Art. XXXI.- Population, Capital, and Pro- ART. LXXIV.-Religious Toleration 825 duction of the United States 182

By Hon. C. Gayarre, of
ART. XXXII.-Massachusetts--Removing

La.
Judge Loring..

137 ART. LXXV.- Population of Southern States ART. XXXIII.- What the South is now think

in 1850..

828 ing and saying about the ART. LXXVI.--Southwestern Railroad Procourse of the North

189

gress Art. XXXIV.-Lafitte, “the Pirate"-Early ART. LXXVII.-On what Route are we to Times in the Southwest 145

have the Pacific Railroad? 886 ART. XXXV.-Texas Public Debt

157 ART. LXXVIII.-Ships and Shipping of the
ART. XXXVI.-The New Court of Claims at

United States.... 842
Washington

158 ART. LXXIX.-An Analysis of the Leaves
Art. XXXVII.- Religious History and Sta-

of the Common Yellow or
tistics of the United States 161

Pitch Pine and Red Oak.. 843
By Dr. Baird.

By Prof. Shepard.
ART. XXXVIII.--The Counties of the United ART. LXXX.-Cultivation of Squashes and

171
Pumpkins

846
ART. XXXIX.-Our Southern Tormentor- Art. LXXXI.-Maize, or Indian Corn-Va-
the Mosquito

171

rieties -- Cultivation and By Dr, B. Dowler.

Production

847 ART, XI.--The Territory of Kansas. 185 Art. LXXXII.--Grapes.

349 ART. XLI-Railr.! jd Water Communi- ART. LXXXIII.-Sugar, its Culture and

193

Consumption in the ", State Engi.

850 18.

ART. LXXXIV.-Management of Negroes. 358 103091

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States ....

World....

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Art. LXXXV.-Bear Grass of Florida .... 363 ART. CXXVII.-Medical Topography of ART. LXXXVI.-Breadstuffs--The Crops of

Florida.. the Present Year.... 864

By G. S. Gaillard, M.D., Art. LXXXVII.-What is thought of the

of Florida. Review by its Subscri- Art. CXXVIII.-Western Texas..

557 bers and the Press .... 367 ART. OXXIX.--Ancient Slavery.

659 ART. LXXXVIII. --Interesting to Sea-Island

By Geo. Frederick Holmes, Planters 869

of Virginia. ART. LXXXIX.-The National Observatory 369 Art. CXXX.-Agencies to be depended on ART. XO.--New Varieties of Sugar Cane .. 369

in the Construction of InArr. XCI.-Agricultural College...

869

ternal Improvements, with Notices of Books, &c.

870

reference to Texas...... 578 ART. XOII.-Free Negrodom--The Master

By L. Sherwood, of Texas, and the Slave

871 Art. CXXXI.--The Province of Education. 588 By Mann Butler, of Mo.

By Prof. Wm. Gilmore ART. XCIII.-Interests of the Slave and

Simms, of South Carolina. Free States, and of the Art. CXXXII.--Agriculture in all ages.... 589 Union..

877 ART. OXXXIII.--The Sweet and the Irish ART. XCIV.-Law and Lawyers ..........

889
Potato ...

592 By the Editor.

ART. CXXXIV.--Economy in Farming... 594 AKT. XCV.Statistical View of the State of Art. CXXXV.-Education of Farmers.. 695 Minois

405 Art. CXXXVI.--Cotton Crop of 1555.. 596 By J. L. Peyton. ART. CXXXVII.--Hemp

599 ART. XCVI.-Notes on Political Economy. 416 Art. CXXXVIII.--How the South ProART. XCVII.-Cominerce, Statistics, &c.

gresses..

600 Subjects of Universal In- ART. CXXXIX-Can Cotton-seed Oil or struction... 431

Rosin Oil be manufacART, XCVIII.--Red River Raft..

437

tured with advantage in ART. XCIX.-France in 1855..

440
Alabama ?.....

601 ART. 0.-Facts upon Yellow Fever-its Pro- ART, OXL.-On the Cotton-Gin and introgress Northward

443
duction of Cotton

602 By Dr. Nott, of Mobile.

By Kinsey Burden, esq., of ART. CI.-Military Defences of Virginia... 445

South Carolina. ART. CII.-Southern Statistics-An Error ART. CXLI.-Flour Exports.

606 Corrected

450

Art. CXLII.--Insects infesting the Cotton ART. CIII.--Commerce of the Pacific.. 456

Plant

607 By Francis Poe, Esq., of Cal. ART. OXLIII Southern Convention at RichART. CIV.--Commerce of Southern Cities.. 453

mond, Virginia, November ART. CV.Southern Education for Southern

19, 1835.. Youth.....

462 Art. CXLIV.-The Sugar-growth in LouiBy Hon. Jno. Perkins, Jr., of

siana.

610 Louisiana.

ART. CXLV.--On the Forests and Timber of ART. CVI.-Steamboat Statistics

466
South Alabama....

611 ART. CVII.-American Iron 466 ART. CXLVI.-The Southwest.

613 ART, CVIII.--Grain Crop of 1855..

467 ART. CXLVII.--Tennessee Agriculture.... 614 ART. CIX.-Crops and Exports-A Bad Art. CXLVIII.--Thorough Drainage--its Prospect for Cheap Flour 471

importance to Southern ART. OX.-Colza Oil.

478

Agriculture..

614 ART. CXI.- Mode of Extracting Tallow from ART. CXLIX.-Slavery, Ancient

617 the Tallow Tree.

474

By G. F. Holmes, of Va. ART. CXII.--Rice 474 ART. CL.-Law and Lawyers

637 ART. CXIII.-Remedies for Diseases of

By the Editor.
Cattle..

475 ART. CLI.--Statistical Investigations--Aims Art. CXIV.--Horse and Mule Power. 476

and Objects of..

645 ART. CXV.-State Agricultural Fairs 478

By L. Schade, Wash., D.O. Art. CXVI.-Insects Infesting the Cotton ART. CLII.-Ohio, Coal on Lower.

661 Plant...

478 ART. CLIII.-Churches in the United States, ART. CXVII.--Circular of the S. C. State

Progress of Principal..... 669 Agricultural Society.... 481

By Dr. Baird. ART. CXVIII.-A Plea for Agricultural Edu- ART. CLIV.-Commerce of the Ohio and cation ..

452
Mississippi

675 ART. CXIX.-Can Indigo be Cultivated with ART. CLV.-New Orleans, Present and FuAdvantage in North Ala

ture of....

683 bama 455 Art. CLVI.-Cotton Manufactures.

693 ART, CXX.-Turpentine..

456 ART. CLVII.- Education in Texas.. 695 ART. CXXI.-Meteorology for the Farmer. 459 ART. CLVIII.-Pittsburg, Coal Trade of.... 696 Art. CXXII.-Agava Plant...

491 ART. CLIX.-Commerce of Great Britain.. 697 ART. CXXIII.-Interoceanic Communica- Art. CLX.-Banks of the United States... 701

tion--Commerce with the ART. CLXI.-Richmond, Trade of... 702 East..

499 ART. CLXII.-Exports from the U.S. 704 ART. CXXIV.-Law and Lawyers.

507 ART. CLXIII. --Shipping of the World.. 705 By the Editor. ART. CLXIV.-Coinage

707 Art. CXXV.--South Carolina-Her Agri- ART. CLXV.-Ice-How much of it is used, culture, &c...

528

and where it comes from.. 709 Art. CXXVI.--The Hybrid Races of Ani. ART. CLXVI.-Philadelphia, Assessment of mals and Men.

585

Real and Personal Property..

712 ART. CLXVII.-Agricultural Miscellanies.. 713

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