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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864, by
TICKNOR AND FIELDS, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.
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281 Annesley Hall and Newstead Abbey., Mrs. R. C. Waterston.
239 Beginning of the End, The. C. C. Hazewell.
112 Bryant..... G. 8. Hillard...
233 California as a Vineland.
600 Convulsionists of St. Médard, The.. . Robert Dale Owen..
339 Cruise on Lake Ladoga, A.. Bayard Taylor..
521 Fast-Day at Foxden, A..
676 Fighting Facts for Fogies.. C. C. Hazewell.
393 First Visit to Washington, The........ ..J. T. Trowbridge
448 Fouquet the Magnificent. . .F. Sheldon .....
467 Genius.... .J. Brownlee Brown.
137 Glacial Period .. Prof. Louis Agassiz.
224 Glaciers, External Appearance of.. . Prof. Louis Agassiz.
56 Glen Roy, in Scotland, The Parallel Roads of.. Prof. Louis Agassiz..
723 Gold-Fields of Nova Scotia, The.. . Arthur Gilman.
576 Guides, A Talk about..... Maria S. Cummins
649 Half-Life, A, and Half a Life.. Miss E. H. Appleton...
157 House and Home Papers...
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694 Life on the Sea Islands....
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106 Mormons, Among the..
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90 New-England Revolution of the Seventeenth Century, The..J. G. Palfrey...
553 Northern Invasions....
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560 Our Progressive Independence... 0. W. Holmes.
497 Our Soldiers.... Mrs. Furness..
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A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS.
VOL. XIII.- JANUARY, 1864.- NO. LXXV.
GOVERNOR JOHN WINTHROP IN OLD ENGLAND.
Our magazine was introduced to the The visitor to the Massachusetts Stateworld bearing on the cover of its first House may see, hanging in its Senatenumber a vignette of the portraiture of Chamber, tolerably well preserved on its the ever honored and revered John Win- canvas, what is believed, on trustworthy throp, first Governor of the Colony of evidence, to be Vandyck's own painting Massachusetts Bay. The effigies express- of Winthrop. Another portrait of him ed a countenance, features, and a tone not so agreeable to the eye, nor so of character in beautiful harmony with faithful, we are sure, to the original, yet all that we know of the man, all that he reputed to date from the lifetime of its was and did. Gravity and loftiness of subject - hangs in the Hall of the Amersoul, tempered by a mild and tender deli- ican Antiquarian Society at Worcester. cacy, depth of experience, resolution of Those of our readers who have not lov. purpose, native dignity, acquired wisdom, ingly pored and paused over Mr. Savand an harmonious equipoise of the robust age's elaborately illustrated edition of virtues and the winning graces have set Governor Winthrop's Journal do not their unmistakable tokens on those line- know what a profitable pleasure invites aments. That vignette, after renewing them, whenever they shall have grace to from month to month before our readers, avail themselves of it. But who that for nearly four years, as gracious and fra- knows John Winthrop through such magrant a memory as can engage the love of terials of memory and such fruits of high a New-England heart, gave place, in the and noble service as up to this time have month of June, 1861, to the only emblem, been accessible and extant here has not no longer personal, which might claim to longed for, and will not most heartily welsupplant it. The national flag, during a come, a new contribution, coming by surstruggle which has seen its dignity insulted prise, unlooked for, unhoped for even,. only to rouse and nerve the spirit which but yielding, from the very fountain-head, shall vindicate its glory, has displaced that the means of a most intimate converse bearded and rufled portraiture.
with him in that period of his life till
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1863, by TICKNOB AND FIELDS, in the Clerk's Office
of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts. VOL. XIII.