Harper's Magazine, 第 31 卷

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Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells
Harper's Magazine Foundation, 1865
Important American periodical dating back to 1850.
 

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Office of Gould and Curry Co
10
Ladies of the Hotel
12
Reception by Turkomans
14
Haunts of the Wild Boar
15
Wild Man in the Desert
17
Receiving Payment for Heads
19
SandStorm in the Desert
21
Entry into Samarcand
23
Market on Horseback
25
Tartar HorseRaco
26
ACCOUNTS BALANCED Louise E Furniss 323
28
The Single Combat
30
Portrait of Samuel P Hcintzehnan
31
Philip Kearneys Charge
32
Battle of Malvern Hill
34
GunBoats at Malvern Hill
35
Captain Reed and Son
38
CHARLESTON FOUR YEARS UNDER FIRE AT W F G Peck 358
40
The Early Bird
41
Portrait of Ulysses S Grant
68
The Resident Gentry
77
Bibliomania of the Golden Dustman
101
Evil Genius of the House of Boffin
102
The Flight
105
Threepennorth Rum
112
EDITORS DRAWER
131
Ruins of Cathedral at Charleston
137
Just Cuptured
138
Fresh Fish 140
140
Washing in Prison
141
Jail Yard Charleston
144
Roper Hospital Charleston
145
Market Opposite Roper Hospital
146
Delivering the Mail
147
Shanties at Columbia Prison
149
View from Ophir Works Washoe
151
A Shaft in the Mines
152
Stand Aside Gents
153
Cavein of the Mexican
154
Gould and Curry Reduction Works
155
Whats the Matter?
156
The Smooths
157
The Roughs
158
Diggers Collecting Taxes
160
Portrait of Ormsby M Mitchell
164
Big Shanty Station
165
6O Capture of the Fugitives
167
The Prison at Chattanooga
168
The Pursuit
170
Under the Flag Again 173
173
HANNAH FANTHORNS SWEETHEART Mary Kyle Dallas 504
175
The Majors Clock
197
ISLE OF THE PURITANS VISIT TO Illustrated J W De Forest 561
222
Abraham Lincoln nt Home
228
Mr Fledgeby departs
243
Mr Wegg prepares a Grindstone
248
EDITORS EASY CHAIR
265
After the War
273
HoforBodie
274
Foguss Mill
275
Interior of a Miners Cabin
276
Bodic Bluff
277
Stand from Under
278
Come on Sir
280
Mining nt Bodie
281
Interior of the Bodie Bunker
282
Impromptu Barricade
296
Portrait of Philip H Sheridan
298
Music on the Water 845
373
The Lovely Womans Fortune told
384
LITERARY NOTICES
395
September
409
Badgering the Badger at Bodie
411
Bursting of a Cloud in the Canon
413
Town of Mono
415
Shore of Lake Mono
416
LOVE IN A HOSPITAL 1
419
Miss Pinks Back Hair
420
The Object making an Impression
422
Miss Pinks Partners
423
The Concert
424
The Cloak Room
425
The Broad Belt
426
Croquet
427
Chinese Wedding Dinner
429
Bridal Sedan
431
Worshiping Tablets of Ancestors
434
Bride and Bridegroom drinking
435
Charm against Evil Spirits
437
Shaving Childs Head
438
Childs Chair at four Months
439
Passing through tbo Door
440
In the Lockkeepers House
512
The Wedding Dinner at Greenwich
520
Reduction Works New Almaden 545
529
MONKS OF BASLE John Hay 699
531
Portrait of S F Butterworth
550
Storehouse on the Hill
552
Town on the Hill
553
The Metal Pickers
554
Ranch of the Chief Engineer 655
556
The Pillars of Hercules
557
Firing up
558
Charging the Furnaces
559
Sluicing old Furnace Beds 669
560
The Isle of the Puritans
561
On the Island
563
In the Stocks
565
An Application
566
Punch Punners Return 667
569
Sherman and his Generals
571
Alatoona Pass
572
Atlanta in Ruins
574
Corduroying
577
Bill Sherman and Pete Beauregard
578
Treasure Seekers
579
Fort MAlIister
580
The Bummer
581
The Army Mule
582
Columbia on Fire
584
Shermans HeadQuarters 686
588
MORGAN PURSUIT AND CAPTURE OF Illustrated J S C Abbott 287
620
The Tempting Moment
625
Portrait of Joseph Hooker
639
The Parting by the River
657
Better to be Abel than Cain
658
The Valley of Ameca Mexico
681
Bringing Ice from the Mountains
683
Iztaccihuatl tho White Woman
686
j168 The Dome of Popocatepetl
687
FACES Sarah E Chester 161
716
FROM TEHERAN TO SAMARCAND Illustrated Charles Holmes 13
783

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