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THE

WESTERN JOURNAL,

OF

AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, MECHANIC ARTS,

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT, COMMERCE,

AND

GENERAL LITERATURE.

Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts are the basis of Civilization.

M. TARVER & T. F. RISK,

EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
MORITZ NIEDNÉR, Publisher.

VOL. V.
PUBLISHED MONTHLY.

ST. LOUIS :
PRINTED BY MORITZ NIÉDNER-OFFICE, NORTHWEST CORNER

OF CHESNUT AND THIRD STREETS.

1851.

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176

Railroad Land Bills Pacific Railway, by.

37
The great Industrial Exhibition of 1851, by A. $. MITCHEL, Esq., of Mo. 105
Grape Growing in Illinois, by THEODOR HILGARD, sen., II.

130
Spirit Culture, by HENRY COBB, Esq., member of the St. Louis Bar, 132
Sign Language of the Prairie Indians, by F. W. PREWITT, of Mo.
Route to Santa Fe, by G. C. SEBLEY, Mo.,

178
Improvement of the Maramec River, by Mo.,

191
St. Charles, and Iowa Railroad, by B. A. ALDERSON, Mo.

199
Spirit Power, by HENRY COBB, Esq., member of the St. Louis Bar,

203
An approaching monied Crisis--Means of preventing, by RobT. TRIPLEIT,
Esq., Ky.,

165

Female Education, by Mrs. HARRIET WESTBROOK, St. Louis, Mo.. 206

Cedar Pyramid, by B. A. ALDERSON, Mo.,

209

Our Republic, by Mrs. MARY R. HALL, Iowa,

270

Reading and Study, by EDWARD STAGG, Esq., St. Louis, Mo.,

273

A Day on the Canadian River, by ISAAC J. COOPER, $t. Louis, Mo., 346

The reader will please to observe that the paging in this volume from 143 to 213 is repeated
the 3d and 4th numbers having been paged alike.

BDITORS.

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