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EMBRACING THE SCIENCES, NATURAL HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, TRAVELS
POETRY, ETC.; ALSO DESIGNED AS
THE NEW YORK
ASTOR, LENOX AND
Give your children fortunes without education, and at least half the number will go down to the tomb of oblivion, perhaps to ruin. Give them education, and they will be a fortune to their country. It is an inheritance worth more than gold, for it buys true honor; they can never spend nor lose it. Give your children education, and no tyrant will triumph over your liberties. Give your children education, and the silver-shod horse of the despot will never trample in ruins the fabric of your freedom.
Ambitious Students, The. By Mrs. J. I.
Go On. (Poetry.) By J. BAXTER LANG-
Geologists, Anecdotes of.
Breeze, A Chase with the. (Poetry.) By Influence. (Poetry.)..
Blue-Bird said to a Little Boy, What the
ITEMS AND EVENTS.-Indigo Plant; To-
baceo; Charles F. Hoffman; Egypt;
Solar Eclipse ; Nebraska; War in
Character, and its Foundation. By J. A.
Jumping the Rope ; Nebraska Bill
Cuckoo, The American. (With Illustra-
gomery, the Poet...
Confidence, Want of..
Aged Elm; Postage on Daguerreotypes ;
New York City Schools; Railroad in
Solar Phenomenon ; Death of Uncle
Sam; Drouth; Cholera; Oberlin Col-
EDITOR'S TABLE.-Our Object; Courtesy Lark, The Sky. (With Illustration.).. 49
of the Press; Plain Diet for Children; Lily and the Rose, The. (From the Ger-
Teachers' Conventions; Mount Car-
LITERARY NOTICES.—Minnie Hermon; Ele-
mentary Geology; World's Laconics;
mack; Star in the Desert..
Firm, The Man who determined to be. 43 istry of Common Life ; Young Amer-
ican's Elocutionist; Knickerbocker;