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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME THIRD.

AGE OF IMPROVEMENT.....

141
AGRICULTURE.-Scottish Agriculture...

4Z
AGRICULTURE, Scientific and Practical,.

.By DAN’L LEE, M. D. 318
ALA BAMA, discoveries and improvements in..........................

146
AMERICAN FUR TRADE---its history..

..............................................35_-41
ARKANSAS LEAD MINES,

276
BOONVILLE, its population, commerce, &c..

327
BRIDGE ACROSS THE MISSISSIPPI, AT KEOKUK, Estimates of cost,....

By S. R. CURT18, ESQ.,

68
BRUNSWICK, MO., its commerce &c....
CALIFORNIA.---Number of vessels sailed from ports of the United States for Cali.

fornia, from the commencement of the gold excitement, to the 25th Dec. 1849.

---Number of vessels and emigrants arrived in California up to Jan. 29, 1849. 413
CAMELS.---Their adaptation to the plains of Texas, New Mexico ani California--
cost of importation &c.......

230
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, ---Exports and imports with all countries beyond the Cape
of Good Hope

.59& 60
CHARLESTON, s. C, ---Its exports from 1820 to 1847, and duties.

205
CHINA, ---Exports and imports between the United States and China received from 56-78
1833 to 1847

206
CHOLERA IN SAINT LOUIS IN 1849, --Number of deaths &c.................. 209
CLARK, Life and Times of Gen. George R.........

.168-216
COFFEE..--Quantity and value imported into the United States, in the years ending
30th June 1847--8..

204
COMMERCE between the United States and Cuba...

130
COMMERCE of the United States with all countries. Statement of imports aed ex-
ports in 1817-8, value &c........

........134-5-6
COMMERCE OF St. LOUIS.---Imports of produce each month for the year 1849---
page 261.

Value of 31 leading articles of produce---page 265. Imports from
1844 to 1849---P. 269. Number of Hogs slaughtered in 1849-50 p. 270. Number
of Hogs packed for four years, 271. Lumber trade, 272. Steamboat arrivals,
273. Comparative arrivals of steamboats for four years, 174. Monthly
prices of Tobacco, Lead, Flour, wheat, Corn, Barley and Whiskey, for the

year 1849, p. 332-3-4. Inspection of Whiskey for each month, 334.
COMMERCE OF BOONVILLE...

327
COMMERCE OF BRUNSWICK, MO.............................................. 328
COMMERCE OF GLASGOW, MO.................................................. 329
COMMERCE OF LEXINGTON, MO..............

330
COMMERCE OF DUBUQUE, IOWA................................................ 318
COMMERCE OF NEWMADRID..

385
COMMERCIAL LAW.-Commission Merchants are liable for the want of skill, as
well as for negligence.....

258
CARRIERS---Bill of Lading--Liability for latent damages, 407. Builders of steam-
boats lose their lien by taking bill of exchanges...

260
COMMERCIAL STATISTICS.---Exports of domestic and foreign products from the

United States to CHINA, for the year ending 30th June, 1848, p. 66-7. Imports
into the United States from China, p. 58. Exports from the United States to all
countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope, for the year 1848, p. 59. Imports
from all countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope, p. 60. Exports of bread stuffs

for the year ending 30th June, 1849, p. 414.
SUGAR.-Statement of the quantity, and value of Brown, White, Loaf, and other

refined sugars imported into the United States for the years ending the 30th
June, 1847-8, designating the quantity imported from each country, 302-8---Pro-
duction and consumption of Sugar for four years..........

204
COFFEE.---Table of quantity and value imported in 1847 and 1848, p. 204. Exports

from Charleston, s. C., p. 206. Exports of Cotton, 206-7. Cotton crop in 1848,
p. 206. Amount of stocks---quantity grown and consumed in the United States
quantity grown and consumed in each state, p. 207-8. (Vide commerce of St.

Louis, pages 261 to 273 & 334.)
CONGRESS.---Names and political designations of the members of the 31st Congress

340
COTTON-Statement of crops in the United States, in 1848, p. 206. Exports to for-

eign and domestic markets from the difierent ports, in 1847 and 1848, p. 206-7.
Amount of stocks, 209. Quantity grown in the United States from the year
1823 to 1848, p. 208. Quantity consumed in the United States each year, from

the year 1826 to 1849, p. 208. Quantity consumed in each State, 208.
COTTON'MILLS---By Cotton Growers.-Advantages of locating the Mills near the

Cotton fields---cost of Cotton Mills, Estimate of profits of manufacturing.

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Proposition to alter the Constitution of the United States, so as to authorise the
levying of an import duty on Cotton.......

93
CORN. -(see commercial statistics of St. Louis.)...
CUBA.-Exports and imports between the United States and Cuba. Commerce of
Cuba with all countries..

130
CUSTOM HOUSE receipts at St. Louis---and amount of customs received at Saint Louis
each year, since 1842, &c.

..344,5,6
DEGRAND P. P. F---His scheme for a Railroad to San Francisco

10
DOMAIN.---Public Domain, 382.

Public Lands, 336-7-8.
DESMOINES RIVER improvement---Engineers' Report.

253
DUBUQUE, Iowa---Its eommerce, manufactures, population and improvements.... 326
EDUCATION.-Intellectual discipline of schools......

117
Moral discipline of schools...

181
EMIGRATION-Change in the character of emigration to the West---settement of
new States, &c....

214
ENGLISH progress, a od English manners...

107
FENCES--Comparative cost of wire and plank Fences........ ..................339 & 404
FISHERIES-(See whale Fishing,)..

60
FUR TRADE, American-Its history.

29-35
GEOLOGICAL survey of the State of Missouri, 12-76. Senator Douglas' Bill for a
Geological survey.....

275
GLASGOW, MO, its commerce &c....

329
HERMANN, Mó, its viney ards and wine

53
HOGS.-Number of Hugs slaughtered and packed in Saint Louis, in 1849-50, 270-1.

Number of Hogs slaughtered in the West in 1848 & 1849, 408.
HYDRO, Carbonid acid--- White's patent.........

67
ILLINOIS---progress of improvement in.......

248
IMPORTS into Saint Louis, 270. Imports into the United States &C., (See commerce

and commercial statistics,)..
Improvement in the West---its progress..............

346
INDIANA-Her railways, canals, &C.,..

248
IOWA-Improvements in---Desmoines improvement &c.;..

253
IRON TRAĐE:-. Quantity of Iron produced in Pennsylvania in 1848 and 1849. Prices
of Iron in Scotland in 1848 and 1849..

412
LANDS---Public---Review of Senator Douglas Bill to donate the Public Landa, to

actual settlers-Reform of the present Land system, By the SENIOR EDITOR 282
AREA of the 12 Public Landholding States---quantity unsold in each State--.quantity

sold-average pricc-amount of money received for the sale of the Public
Lands.--quantity donated for various objects &c. &c........

336,7,8
LAW commercial-commission merchants---Lien on steamboats ...

.258-83
PASSENGER Laws of Massachusetts and New York.i.

360
LEWIS, Henry M.---Notice of his Panorama of the Mississippi River............... 70
LEAD mines of Arkansas,...

276
LEXINGTON, Mo., its commerce, manufactures, population and improvements.... 330
LEWIS and Clarke's expedition to the Pacific...

363
LINEN, manufacture of by steam.............

69
LICENSE Laws of Missouri............

301
LITERARY Notices and acknowledgments.

349-50
LOCOMOTIVES propelled by compressed air on common roads...................... 59
LUMBER trade of Saint Louis..

271
MAURY, Lieut.---His address to the members of the Memphis Convention....... 351
MEMPHIS---Pacific Railway Convention---resolutions &C................

139
MENTAL improvement...

278
MENTAL culture and business life..

344
MINES and minerals.-- mineral districts of Missouri compared with those of Europe---

mineral products of Missouri. The Hartz mountains, Cordwall---mines of Sax-
ony, 12. School mines..

126
MOSQUITO QUESTION.---History of the settlement of the Mosquito coast. Treaties

between Spain and Great Britain---Mosquito King---choracter, manners and
habits of the population, 139. Policy of Great Britain. Survey and estimates
of various canal routes across the Isthmus. Topographical description of
the Nicaragua route. Harbor of Realejo...

286
MISSOURI.--. Geological survey and mineral wealth, p. 15-76. Discoveries in, p. 148.

Railroad and canal charters. Improvements, &c., 246. License Laws, 301.
Quantity of Publio Land in, 284. Quantįty of Public Lands granted to schools,
and for other purposes, 236-7. Submerged Lands,...so

391
NEW MADRID.---Its early history---its exports---New Madrid county---its products
&c., page

386
NICARAGUA.---Topographical description of,.......

296
OSAGE VALLEY.---mprovements on the Osage river---plan and cost of improvement 51
PACIFIC RAIWAY.---Boston scheme, p. 1. Route east of the Mississippi, 49... Con-

vention at St. Louis, 71. Memphis Convention---resolutions, 139. Statistics of
officers, delegates, &c., of the St. Louis Convention, 140. Defense of the Boston
scheme by E. H. DERBEY, Esq., 193. Another plan of constructing the road,
243.---From St. Louis to the westein boundary of the State..

311
Panorama of the Mississippi river, by Lewis...

70
Periodicals and periodical literature...

280
Phonography---Its principles and utility...

231
Pork Packing---number of Hogs slaughtered in the West in 1848-9 & 1849-50........ 408
Public Domain, 282---Public Land statistscs...

..336,7,8
RAILROADS.---Boston project of a railway from Saint Louis to San Francisco---

objections to the scheme page...
Pacific Railway---Its route east of the Mississippi.........

49

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1

Pacific Railway Convention at St. Louis, 73. names of officers number of delegates
&G., page..

140
Resolutions of the Pacific Railway Convention at Memphis..

139
Defense of the Boston scheme of constructing a railroad to the Pacific-amount
invested in railways in Massachusetts, by E. H. DERBY........

192
Another plan of constructing a railroad to the Pacific, by, TALBOT................ 243
Railways chartered in Missouri-- Railways in Iudiana and Illinois....

246

Railway from Saint Louis to the western boundary of the State of Mo., Charter-

amount of Stock subscribed, &C......

311

Address of Lieut. Maury to the members of the Memphis Convention-his statements

of cost of transportation....

352

Railway on the north side of the Missouri river-Topography and length of route-

cost, &c.,.....

377

Review of the decisions of the passenger law of Massachusetts and New York........ 83

St. Genevieve, Mo.,-Its history and resources....

239

St. Charles county, Mo.-Its topography, products, &c.,---History of the city of St.

Charles, 46.-soil, water courses-state of agricnlture---products, natural curi-

osities--.cedar pyramid, &c.,..

306

Submerged Lands of Missouri, and cost of draiping &C.,...

391

ST. LOUIS.---Its commerce, 261 to 274, 332 to 334. Pacific Railway Convention, 71,

140. Railway to the western boundary of the State...

311

SCHOOL OF MINES...

226

SCOTCH AGRICULTURE......................................

42

SEASON of 1849---Notes on by the ............

............SENIOR EDITOR. 201

SOUTH CAROLINA.---Discoveries and improvements in....

144

STEAM BOATS.---Number of arrivals in St. Louis in 1849, comparative arrivals for

four years. Amount of tonnage, &c....

SUGAR.---Imports from all countries---quantity produced---consumption, &c...... 202-4

WESTERN TOWNS..........

......326 to 330 385

WHALE FISHERY.---Number and tonpage of vessels employed---length of voyage,

quantity and price of oil imported into the United States---quantity and price

of whalebone, &c.....

60

WIRE FENCES.---Comparative cost of Wire and Plank fences.....

...329 404
WOOL GROWING in the South and West---adaptation of the Southern States to
growing fine wool by.....

.MARK R. COCKRILL Esq., Ten. 396

VINEYARDS OF HERMANN, MISSOURI.............

53

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