y-fifth administration—Democratic, March 4, 1885, to March 3, 1889.
Grover Cleveland, New York, President.
Thomas A. Hendricks, Indiana, Vice-President.
Proclamation of President warning persons against attempting to settle on Oklahoma lands......March 13, 1885
United States government determines to guarantee free and uninterrupted transit across the isthmus of Panama, now threatened by insurgents......April 2, 1885
Special session of Senate adjourns......April 2, 1885
Richard Grant White, Shakespearian critic and philologist, born 1822, dies at New York City......April 8, 1885
Five hundred United States troops enter Panama, arrest Aizpuru, leader of insurgents, and protect American property......April 24, 1885
Revised version of the Old Testament published in London and New York......May 15, 1885
Apache Indian outbreak under Geronimo in New Mexico and Arizona......May 17, 1885
F. T. Frelinghuysen, ex-Secretary of State, born 1817, dies at Newark, N. J....
victory of the weak, the, 296.
Virtue of man and woman the same, 3.
visiting the sick, on, 227.
Voices, American and English, 167.
Voltaire, F. M. A., 87.
Wales, Prince of, 23.
Ward, Artemus, described, 43.
Warner, C. D., quoted, 217.
Washington, George, 296.
Wasted, the fear of its being, 232.
Watson, E. H., 183.
Watson, George, 183.
weak, victory of the, 296.
Wellesley College, 100.
Wellington, the Duke of, quoted, 196.
White, R. G., 24.
Whittier, J. G., quoted, 54, 117.
Also 98,106, 153, 308.
who shall fix the value?
Whole duty of man, the, 4.
why women authors write under the names of men, 259.
Wife, position of, in Rome, 45.
Will, breaking of, in children, 1°1.
Willis, N. P., 289.
Winlock, Anna, 287.
Wolcott, Mrs., Oliver, 98.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. See Godwin.
woman of influence, the, 17.
woman's enterprise, A, 207.
Women, advantages of, 29; as household decorators, 161; as orga
probably this collection that formed the basis of the selections from Southern poetry published as an appendix to Richard Grant White's Poetry, lyrical, narrative, and satirical of the Civil War (1866). In his preface White says:
I have read alWhite says:
I have read all that I could discover of the war poetry, written by the confederated enemies of my government, and have preserved here all that, in a most catholic spirit, I deemed of any intrinsic merit or incidental interest.
It was my original purpose to embored Banner was published in a New York newspaper, The Freeman's journal. Omitting the humorous poems published by Moore, White has only the ten or twelve of a more serious and important nature, and these, in the main, not the ones that might be cono say of poems that do not relate to the war.
In 1882 Francis F. Browne of Chicago carried out the purpose that Richard Grant White had expressed by publishing Bugle echoes—a collection of poems of the Civil War, Northern and Southern.
hly review, the, 169
Western review and miscellaneous magazine, the, 169
Westminster review, the, 137, 140
West Point, 156
What was it?, 373, 374
Wheaton, Henry, 71, 78
Wheeler, Joseph, 291
When evening Cometh on, 331
When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloomed, 286
When this Cruel War is over, 285, 309
Whewell, Wm., 221
Whistling Dick's Christmas Stocking, 393-394
Whitcher, Frances Miriam, 154
White, Gilbert, 201
White, Maria (Mrs. J. R. Lowell), 246
White, Richard Grant, 253, 299, 303
White, William, 206
White Heron, a, 383
Whitman, George, 269, 271
Whitman, Jeff, 263
Whitman, Walter, Sr., 259
Whitman, Walt, 218, 245, 258-274, 276, 277, 284, 286, 303
Whitman, Sarah Helen, 60, 61
Whitney, Mrs. A. D. T., 398
Whittier, John, 45
Whittier, John Greenleaf, 42-54, 165, 167, 173, 174, 228, 230, 241, 245, 249, 276, 277, 279, 281, 283, 312, 353, 362, 401
Whittier, Joseph, 42
Whittier, Mary, 44
Whittier, Thomas, 42
Who's ready?, 28