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Calendar, changes in

520 (3) Diversity of natural resources and
California, pearl
fisheries of

276
of tastes and wants

546
Olive industry of

611 (4) Means of easy transportation, roads,
University of

. 665
rivers

547-548
Calvin John, his theological views

Italian cities in commerce

549
Camphor, its production and uses · 345 Sea-going commerce

. 646
Canaan, conquest of by Egypt 867, 872 Use of the compass .

647
Babylonian influences in .
870-872 Portuguese voyages to India

648
The language of

Spain in America.

649
High state of civilization
872 The Dutch in India.

649
Israelite invasion of . ,

Great mercantile companies

740
Canal, Germany's new, for ships .

The English East India Company 741-743
Carbon, atoms of, in combustion .

The Dutch .

744
II, 14, 16-18, 685 The Hudson's Bay Company

744
Carbonic acid gas in the air .

585 The South Sea Company
In the leaves of plants .

677
The importance of freedom of trade .

844
Carborundrum, manufacture of, at Niagara British free-trade system

846
Falls
611 Foreign trade of the United States .

847
Carey Mr. W. P., his estimate of Washing- Commerce in human progress

866
ton
856 Babylonian

868
Chamberlain Joseph, English radical states- Semitic element in it.

869
885-887 Phænician developments of
Chastellux Marquis de, his estimate of Tyre as a seat of

878
Washington.
855 Confucianism as religion .

497
Chatsworth, magnificent show place and Confucius, career of

492
symbol of knowledge

Congress of Vienna

284
Chemical change electrical
888 Connecticut in 1700

569
Chemistry, new light in

679 Cook, Prof. Josiah B. on the physics of
Chicago, University of .

660-663
fire

16-18
Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Mili- Cornell University, at Ithaca, N. Y., bis-
tary Park
424 torical sketch of .

579,580
China, extent of .
218 Cotton-seed oil, production of

· 275
And opium
252 Cromwell, Swinburne on

· 330
Its sacred literature

Cuba, rebellions in .

· 519
Chinese Scriptures .
492 Culture, the true dawn of.

686
The five classics

494 Dalton John, a hero of self-culture and of
The four books.

496

science, biographical sketch of . . . 369-375
Cholera in the light of medical science . 376–382 Darwin, doubtful character of his explana-
Civilization, the dawn of, in Egypt and

tion of evolution .

13, 40, 42, 45, 46
Babylonia ; by Prof. G. Maspero

T32 Dawson, Sir William, F. R. S., the chain of
The unity of

239

life traced backward to the Cambrian age
Coffee growing in Mexico.
. 282

582-595
In Venezuela
. 858 Life before the Cambrian

782-786
Coinage and coinage conclusions, John Deaf, the pure oral education of

921-923
Sherman on .

Death, experience of .

· 429
History and theory of
· 335 Delsarte, biographical sketch of .

156
Colorado in the making of the West, by Diamonds, new methods of making
S. K. Hooper

Diphtheria, the new treatment of .

24-26
Color-vision experiences of John Dalton . 372 Diphtheria and the schools .

72–75
Columbia College, New York, historical

Anti-toxin and diphtheria

509
sketch of

· 574-576 Discovery Day and Independence Day 242
Columbus, voyages and discoveries before Dickens, reasons for reading

711
483-489 Disease, the electrical cure of, suggested by
Gets his first glimpse of continental land

Mr. Tesla

810
at the mouth of the Orinoco . .859 Dog, the, in ancient religion .

590
Decides that it is not continent

860 Dolbear, Prof. A. E., on life from a physical
Thereby ga ve Vespucius his opportunity standpoint .

339
to send report of a new world .
861 Dutch, the name .

695
Commerce, talks about; six papers .

Earth, the motions of

9
351-356, 448-455, 545-550, 646-650, 740–745 The age of ..
844-847

Present interior conditions of .
Commerce, earliest beginnings of .

Eden, The Garden of, in Babylonia . 800
By barter.

• 354

Education in early New England 387-390
Ancient commerce .

· 355 Eleusinian sacrament among the Greeks . : 797
The Arab and Bedouin traders .
448 England and America,

809
Egyptian
449 English army reform .

254
Phoenician.
450-453 The English Republic .

299
Tyre.

452 English elections and prime ministers . . 338
Palmyra .

454 Egypt, Life in ancient, by Adolf Erman . 133
Alexandria.

455 Egyptians African ., .
Conditions essential to commerce: (1) The Maspero on the dawn of civilization in : 132
right of property : :
· 545 The land of the Nile .

. 161
(2) Freedom of labor and exchange . · 546

The Nile river system .

, 163

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Egypt, Delta of the Nile.

165
Annual flood . .

166
System of tillage .

167
Story of the hieroglyphics

169
Residence of the kings .

170
Temples .

170, 171
Tombs

171
Governing class and peoples of . 172-174
Earliest history of.

· 175
The Sphinx and the great pyramids 176
Ideas as to the use of the tomb.

177
Thebes magnificent capitalof Egypt B. C.
1500-900 :

178
Memphis the oldest capital .

179
The gods of Egypt

180-183
Belief in future life .

. 184
Egypt's “Book of the Dead

189-801
Egypt in the dawn of history

161-184
Early Egyptian astronomy.

247
Later history of Egypt.

254
Womanin Egypt .

255
Egypt and commerce

. 866
By nature a land of merchants .

.871
Conquest of Canaan .

867, 872-873
The Israelites in
Eliot George, a judgment on
Elections in England, method of .

714
Electricity, universal possibilities of . 684
Amount of which atoms carry .

865
Electric belts .

· 520
Electric furnace, Moissan's .

215
Electric force in all nature, Newton's idea of 683

Faraday on
J. Clerk Maxwell on

. 683
Eliot, President, on Harvard University
ideals

308-311
Elizabeth, Queen, how she won North
America.

666-670
Greatness of her reign
English seamanship under . 667-668

Destruction of Spanish Armada . 669-670
Events of the month . . 216, 279, 340, 437, 539

614, 721, 822, 916
Evolution, the principle of, in nature. 40-47
Explorations in the Atlantic

485
Circumnavigation of Africa .

486
Reaches India by the way of Good Hope . 487
Discovers South America

487
Its rule in India.

488
Faithfull, death of Miss Emily

204
Faraday, his electrical views not yet justly
recognized .

13, 14
Failed to apply his electrical knowledge
to vitality

14
His views reasserted by Helmholtz
Sketch of his views .

38,39
His theory of electric force in all nature . 683
His belief that gravity is electrical

683
His conviction of the universal possibili-
ties of electricity . .

684
On electricity in all matter .

862
His idea of electro-chemical decomposi-
tion.

864
Field, Eugene, in memoriam

604
Finance of the United States, John Sher-
man on.

471, 477, 480
Fire, the physics of

16-18
Flying machine probabilities .

29
Fox, Charles James, his estimate of Wash-

ington
Franklin, Benjamin, how the London Royal

Society scoffed at his earliest researches
Prize essays on

· 702

PAGE
Franklin, portrait of . : : : . facing page 657
French Guiana and convict matters. · 257
Genius, is it disease

30
Lombroso's false view of

30
That of Shakespeare .

70
Origin of, in creative motherland . 46, 70-72
Geology, concise view of, from Geikie.

· 5-7
Giuseng

345
Good roads, the work of Col. Albert A. Pope 303
Governors of all American states

626
Governing heads of all foreign nations . .625
Government, nature of . .

441
Founded on experience, not theory 443
Patriarchal system of.

445
Israelite, or Mosaic

446, 447
Athenian democracy.

· 536
The Roman republic.

· 537
The Roman empire
Avglo-Saxon and Norman

· 539
English parliamentary .

540
Absolutism in Europe.

544
The French revolution and Code Napo-
leon.

541
The Confederate Colonial, during the
American Revolution.

636
The American Constitution .

638-642
Washiqgton's influence on

. 726
The presidents after Washington . 727-734
Legislative branches of the American 831-834
The supreme judicial branch : : : .834-835
The state, county, and municipal sys-
tems.

836-837
The individual citizen under

.923
The franchise

924
Woman suffrage.

924-925
Responsibility of the voter .

. 926
Need for instruction in .

· 927
The political primaries .

928
Grant, General, recollections of, by Gen.
O. 0. Howard .

· 127
Compared with Lee as a general . 433

As president, John Sherman on . 479
Grevy and Carnot .

.816
Gravity, Faraday's belief that it is electri-
cal.

683
Greek poetry, volume on the growth and

influence of, by Prof. R. C. Jedd . 131
Gun manufacture, new Maxim plan of . .611
Harran, northern trade center of Babylo-
nians

. 870
Harrison, Ex-President, on reconstruction

782-786
Harvard University, athletics at and Presi-
dent Eliot on

75-78
President Eliot on ideals of .

308-311
Historical sketch of, and present condi-
tion ..

566-568
Hebrew development, two periods of . 688
Earliest form of Hebrew Bible.

690
Earliest Bible idea .

691
Dates and order of contents of Hebrew
Bible .

691 pote
Hellriegel, Professor Hermann, death of . · 704
Helmholtz, scientific leader of Europe. 13

Re-asserted electrical views of Faraday . 16, 17

Sketch of this re-assertion .
Hodgkins Thomas G., trust fund given by,

for study of the nature and properties of
atmospheric air in connection with the
welfare of man .

390, 811, 889
Homeric Poems, the

794
Howells Mr. W. D., on Abraham Lincoln
as the first American.

606

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Human Progress, general conception of the India, the Tantras

. 416
2, 3
Ethical instructiou

316
Human Progress, The Story of; I. the geo-

Learning by memory only

417
logical story

5 Primitive culture in survival. 417, 418
The archæological story
8 Moon worship in India .

419
Primitive man, the anthropological story; Delhi, the Rome of Asia .

420
1. The story of the carth's surface, of

Benares.

420
conditions of climate and of the develop- Inspiration, origin of the idea of .

794
ment of life on the earth, before man; II.

Early Hebrew

797
The six ice ages of primitive time; III. Hebrew and early Christian theory of . 798
Man and the man-like apes; IV. The Israelites in Egypt and exodus from .

874
making of man; V. The races of primi-

Invasion of Canaan .
tive man.

47-60

Character of culture .
The Dawn of History: I. Babylonia.97–110 Method of conquest
II. Egypt.
. 161-184 Later history of .

876
III. India

225-239, 312-326 Conception of deity under King David . 879
IV. Later India and recent India . 404-420 Worship and morals .

880
V. China . .

489-498 Institute, The French, the centenary of
VI. Persia ..
596-603 Intemperance compared with war

815
General beginnings: place of the He- Japan, rapid development of .

704
brew Bible.

686-694 Jerusalem, earlier name Uru-Salim, City of
The origin and development of litera-

the God of Peace .

871
ture
792-802 Character in history .

880
Commerce: westward the star of em-

Present condition of .

881
pire

866-881 Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore, Md. 577
Huxley Thomas Henry, biographical esti- Johnson, Andrew, and reconstruction . 476
mate of.
289-298 July Fourth, history of .

434
Hydrogen, per oxide in the air

Keats, John.

701
Hypnotism, the decay of

250 Kelvin, Lord (Sir Wm. Thomson), his view
Ice Ages, the, or glacial times .

7 of the age of the earth, and of its interior
Distinction of six ice ages.

51-54 condition
Story of the age of ice.
746-749 On atoms

887
India in the dawn of history 225-239, 312-326 Life and electricity, Faraday's failure to see
Later India and Recent India . 404-420 connection of

14
The Vedas of.
794-798 Sir Henry Holland on

14
India, early European knowledge of
225 Inevitable logical conclusion

16, 21
England in

226 Authorities suggesting the theory or
Its relation to the cradle of human na-

giving the facts which suggest it:
tions.

227
Sir Isaac Newton

37
Early story of .

228
Prof. W. Kuhne

37
Settled by a branch of the great white race 220 Nikola Tesla

37
From the Aryan cradle-land

231
William Crookes .

37
River systems and agriculture of . 233 Prof. Henri Hertz .
The Deccan or south of

234 Helmholtz and Faraday
Origin of caste in

235 Play of electrical energy in life and or-
The Rajput or royal caste
. 237 ganization.

42, 43
The Vaisyas or agricultural caste
237 In reproduction

44
The Sudras or native serf caste

237 Iu creating the conditions through which
Five classes of language
238 species originate .

45
Literature of India, the Veda .

312 Proofs of electrical agency in vitality
The Brahmanas or commentaries

314

from Prof. J. G. McKendrick's studies
The six systems of philosophy

313
of life in muscle and nerve

119-121
The Upanishats or thought-sentences 314

Prof. A. E. Dolbear's study of the subject · 339
The six systems of philosophy

314 Declaration by Sir Isaac Newton . 683
The Vedic Hindu trinity
· 314 By Faraday

684
The Vedic nature-god

· 315 Lincoln, Abraham, pronounced by Lowell
Hindu pantheism

317

and Howells the first American"
Appearance of Buddha and rise of Buddh- Literature, origin and development of .

792-802
ism
319 The idea of

792
The Buddhist scriptures .

323
Not dependent on writing

· 793
Hinduism as a social system

Babylonian, recovered
British and native states .
• 405 Egyptian development

801
Concise view of Vedic literature
407 Chinese

802
Aids to Vedic study

408
Locust, the seventeen-year .

522
Indian sciences

408 Lodge, Dr. Oliver J., on progress in science 3
Funeral rites, widow burning

409 Luther country, glimpses of the 891-893
Hindu law books, code of manu

410 Man, earliest history of.
Colossal epic poems, the Ramyana 412 Palæolithic, or ancient stone

9
The Maha-bharata .
413 The Eskimos like them

9
Comparison with Homer
413 Manchester in England

· 336
Other poetry of England .
415 Magnificent town hall

· 337
The Hindu drama :

415 Mandrillon Joseph, his estimate of Wash-
The eighteen Puranas

ington.

.854

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Maryland, college beginnings in . . 576
Religious toleration in .

576
The John Hopkins University,

577
Maspero on the dawn of civilization, Baby-
lonia and Egypt.

132
On the beginnings of astronomy 247
Maxim, new plan of guu manufacture .
McKendrick J. G., his lectures on Life in
Motion, or Muscle and Nerve,”

30
Electrical aspects of vitality brought out
by him..

119-121
Melchizedek, king of Salem (Jerusalem),

representative of Babylonian culture . . 871
Mencius, latest writer of Chinese Scripture . 497
Mendeleef D., author of “The Principles

of Chemistry,” most profound physical
philosopher among living chemists.
His view of carbon atoms devoured by
oxygen

16
His new ideas in chemistry

678, 679
Miasm in the air ..

586
Michigan, New England planting of. 657
University of . :

658
Miller, S. Millington, M. D., Brain Build-
ing in animals and man

• 587-590
The mutual aid society of the senses . 787-790
Oral instruction of the deaf.

. 921
Mind cure, is it electrical

. 118
Minnesota, the university of

663
Mohammed, the case of .

795-796
Mohammedanism as a Semitic development 692
Monazite

277
Money, books on

. 278
The birth of .

. 270
The essentials of

333-336
Scientific standard

581-583
John Sherman's theory of

. 481
Legal-tender not true.
Three uses of . .

· 582
Labor and money

583
Moon-god of Babylon at Sinai . . 867, 868, 870
Morse, Dr. Jedediah, his estimate of Wash-
ington .

.835
Mystic shrine, ancient Arabic order of no-

bles of.
Napoleon, Gibbs's military career of 130
Naram-Sin, king of Babylonia, 3750 B. C. 867-869
National University, objections to. · 919-920
Negro slavery initiated.

486
New England, education in early 387-390
New Haven Colony, a lost American state • 568
Niagara, great electrical developments at

190, 430-432
Nicaraugua canal, British view of .

705
Norman Mr. J. H., his “ Complete Guide to

the World's Twenty-nine Metal Monetary
Systems”.

581
North Carolina, the university of . . 664
North America, how Queen Elizabeth won

666-670
Northwestern University at Chicago and
Evanston

659, 660
Novels, the six or seven best.

709
Obelisk, the New York .

519
Occident and Orient, the contrast of 596
Olive industry of California .

611
Ottoman Empire . .

284
Oxygen: As an element in nature .

6
How it works on combustion .

II, 14
As component of carbonic acid gas II, 679
Helmholtz and Faraday on

14-16
Oxygen and Electricity .

14-16
Priestley's discovery of, in 1774

15

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Oxygen, in the physics of fire . .

16-18
By means of enormous charge of elec-
tricity: In producing vitality, “the
breath of life”.

19-21
Its animating, vitalizing, energy-supply-

ing work electrical .
As an element of the air with nitrogen . 21-22
Proofs of electrical function of oxygen in
all fire and all life . ..

37-40
Lavoisier introduces true view of oxygen 275
Source of electricity in the system; how

utilized in the art of breathing : 328-329
Further explanation of as a vitalizing
agent

339
Action in so-called spontaneous combus-
bustion

434-435
Action in a misunderstood chemical ex-

periment
As a component of the air, of water, and
of earths and rocks.

58+
Action of, in cases of drowning

.622
How plants breathe, and live by breath-
ing, oxygen

. 676
Universal electrical agency of, in nature . 678
The play of in flame; life prolonged by
artificial administration of .

703
Ozone as found in the atmosphere . 585
Palestine, in saddle and tent in; by T, G.
Milsted

185
Pennsylvania, the university of . 378-579
Persia in the dawn of history

596-603
In human progress; its sacred literature . 799
Pharasaism, origin of .

. 690
Phænician commercial developments .
Extraordinary seamanship

877
Cities of Sidon and Tyre

878
Workmen and materials supplied by, for
Solomon's Temple :

878-879
Transmitted Babylonian culture to Grece

877-881
Physiology of plants, by Dr. Paul Sorauer. 130
Pilgrim Fathers, original seat of .

· 336
The story of the .

767-782
Their true date of landing .

671
Plague, a chapter of the story of, in his-
tory

66-69
Plants, how they breathe oxygen 676, 677
Platinum

· 334
Politics, a cure for hoodlum .

812
Pope Col. Albert A., his work for good
roads, by R. L. Winkley .

303
Portugal in voyages and discovery 244-484
Characterized by respect for labor and
liberty.

484
Precious metals, the .

334
Costly but not precious .

609
Priestley, his discovery of oxygen

15
His refusal to accept the true view of it . 275
Prime S. Thornton K., “The Half Bushel
of 1895,”.

438-440
The Illinois State Fair.

558
The Cotton States Exposition

634
Prince Henry the navigator

243
His great work before Columbus 485-487
Princeton theology in the history of Prince-
ton College

571-572
Princeton University .

· 572-574
Question department. 202, 281, 367, 463, 559

655, 751, 848
Questions, plan for investigation of.
Railway Congress, International .

. 273, 274
Readings in American history, see Amer-

ican history.

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Readers, counsels to

4
Red Cross Society

619
Richardson, Dr. B. W., on influenza and

586
Renan, Henrietta: a beautiful life .

399-404
Revelation, origin of idea of divine 798
Robin, Abbe Claude, his estimate of Wash-
ington

852
Rogers, Joseph M., studies in self govern-
ment, six papers . . 441-447, 535-541,636-642

725-734, 831-837, 923-929
Russia, revolutionary movements in ..
Sachs, Dr. Julius von, on the physiology of

plants.
On the respiration of plants .

677
Salisbury, Lord, sketch of .

805-807
Sand, George, choice works of .

886
Sargon, monarch of Babylonia 3800 B. C.

867-869
Savonarola, the story of .

887-891
Sayce, Rev. A. H., on Babylonian influences
at Mt. Sinai.

867, 868
On early Canaan as a land of merchants
and of civilization .

871, 872
On Babylonian culture in Egypt at Tel
el-Amarna.

873, 874
Schuckert, Sigmund, death of .

.613
Science, great expectations in 791, 792
Babylonian initiation of .

. 800
Scripture, the idea of . .

· 793
Semiticculture, three great historic develop-
ments of .

687
Sexes, comparison of the .

. 527
Shakespeare, Ten Brink's five lectures on .
The genius of .

70
Bacon-Shakespeare

113-118
Who wrote Shakespeare?

498-503
Sherman John, an ideal statesman 465-483

Publication of his Recollections of
Forty Years in the House, Senate, and
Cabinet,”

· 509-613
Silver countries prior to 1873

346
Sinai, wealth of its mines and quarries,

copper and rare stone; its connection
with Egypt

. 867
Seat of the Babylonian Moon-God. .868

Reached by Babylonian conquest . .869, 870
Slang, works on

160
Slavery and state rights in relation to the
Civil War.

· 348
As the cause of the Civil War .

470-475
Smoker, the, in the light of hygiene, by
James T. West,

246
Spiritism in early Greek culture

. 797
Spontaneous combustion, cause of . .434
Stanford, Leland Jr., University .

. 665
Stories and studies for young folks . 86-89,

138-143, 196-201, 258-263, 361-367, 460-463, 551-

558, 651-655, 746-751, 825-831, 930-936
Suffrage for Women .

818
Suicide, the epidemic of.
Sultan, the, of Turkey

807-808
Sun, the, and the air

390-399
Talmud, the, as Bible .

793
Tariff, John Sherman on

471
Teas, sources of supply

283
Tel el-Amarna, remarkable Babylonian dis-
coveries in Egypt ...

873
Telepathy or mental telegraphy

905
Teutonic name and peoples

694
Thacher, Surgeon James, his estimate of
Washington.

852

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Thanksgiving Day, origin and use of . 624
Tin, the world's output of...

612
Trance state, general use of in early medi-
cine and religious inspiration .

795
Transvaal, sketch of .

· 523
Coal mining in .

. 612
Trenton, battle of .

671-889
Tyre, Phænician city

878
Greatest seat of commerce of the ancient
world

. 878
University Development, American: Vir-

givia, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Prince-
ton, Johns Hopkins, Pennsylvania, Cor-
nell

561-580
Second paper : Michigan, Northwestern,
Chicago, Minnesota, Washington and Lee,
North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin,
California, Leland Stanford, Jr. . . .657-665
University, the scheme of a national • . 762-764

Objections to, by eminent university

presidents .
Ur, Babylonia's great commercial city and
chief seat of moon-worship

868-870
Vaccination as an antidote for small-pox,

Dr. Chas. Creighton on.

Origin of
Value, what it consists in

582
Vanderbilt University

664
Venezuela, the United States of 857-862
Vespucius, how he came after Columbus as
reporter of discoveries .

859-861
Vineyards of America .

271, 272
Virginia and university beginnings in Amer-
ica

561
Virginia, University of, its position 565
Vitality, is it electrical (and sec Life and
Electricity)

37
Wansey, Mr. Henry, his estimate of Wash-
ington

857
Washington George, his college diploma · 564

His plans for an American university · 564
The true “First American

. 607
His early ability :

618
The character of: An American Christ-
mas lesson

671-675
Twelve contemporary estimates .

735
His writings
His education

674
His greatness

674, 675
Washington and Lee University
Watson, Elkanah, his estimate of Washing-

ton
Watson, Mr. William, sonnets on England
and Armenia

766, 767
Wealth, a few words about, by Lawrence
Irwell.

734-737
Weather and health .

708
Webster, Daniel, John Sherman's glimpse

of.
Wells, Dr. Horace, and anesthesia

30
White corpuscles in human blood

620
Whitney, Eli, a Shakespeare of invention. 33-37
Winkley, R. L., good roads, the work of
Col. Albert A. Pope .

303-307
The dog in ancient religion

590-592
Wisconsin, University of .

665
Women and college education

125
Yale University, historical sketch of . 570-571
Athletics at ..

75, 79
Zoroaster's religion .

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Zoroastrian worship

601

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