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SOUTHERN AND WESTERN STATES.
COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES,
GENERAL LITERATURE, &C.
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J. D. B. DE BOW, EDITOR, AND PROPRIETOR.
VOL LX-NEW SERIES, VOL. I.
J. D. B. DE BOW.
SOUTHERN & WESTERN REVIEW.
A MONTHLY INDUSTRIAL AND LITERARY JOURNAL,
PUBLISHED IN NEW ORLEANS.
$5 PER ANNUM.
Library Edition, Bound, 1846-1850, 8 Vols., $25.
The following list, made up for us on the last day of the session of Congress by a friend, is incomplete, and does not include many names which were given. As we get then they will be added.
“ The undersigned, Members of Congress, take great pleasure in recommending De Bow's Review to the people of the Southern and Western States, a work which has been edited and published in New Orleans for the last five years, by J. D. B. De Bow, and which embraces, in a monthly series of numbers, the most complete and reliable facts and statistics relative to the progress and development of all the great branches of industry in the States, whether in COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, or INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT; as also the growth and progress of POPULATION and IMPROVEMENT, the question of SLAVERY IN ALL ITS BEARINGS, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, SLAVE PRODUCTS, &c. The published volumes of this work constitute an invaluable library of SOUTHERN AND WESTERN STATISTics, and have already become a standard authority."
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. R. M. T. Hunter, Va. W. R. W. Cobb, Ala. Paulus Powell, James M. Mason, T. S. Clingman, N. C. J. W. Jackson, Geo. Thos. J. Rusk, Texas. J. Thompson, Miss. J. E. Holmes, S. C. R. Barnwell, S. C. Wm. J. Alston, Ala. W. McWillie, Miss. A. P. Butler,
W. P. Gentry, Tenn. W. S. Featherston, Pierre Soulé, La. Isaac E. Morse, La. V. E. Howard, Texas. S. N. Downs, - Jas. A. Sedden, Va. Dan. Wallace, S. C. Jefferson Davis, Miss. Thos. H. Averett, - T. P. Stanton, Tenn. Henry S. Foote, J. A. Woodward, S. C. R. K. Meade, Va. Geo. E. Badger, N. C.W. F. Colcock, Andrew Ewing, Tenn. W. Mangum, Samp. W. Harris, Ala. James L. Orr, S. C. W. C. Dawson, Ga.S. W. Inge,
Miss. W. K. Sebastien, Ark. A. G. Brown, Miss. J. G. Harris, Ala. D. L. Yulee, Florida. R. H. Stanton, Ky.M. J. Welborn,
Geo. Emaile La Sere La J. P. Caldwell, N. C.
HOME GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. By W. Adam..
ORIGIN, PROGRESS, AND PROSPECTS OF SLAVERY. By the Editor,
INVASION OF DE SOTO IN ALABAMA,.
DR. CHANNING ON SLAVERY. By Jno. Fletcher, of Missy.
YEXICAN MINES AND MINERAL RESOURCES IN 1850. By Brantz
RUINS OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND YUCATAN. By A. W. Ely, M.D., 44
..55, 304, 354, 544
LITERATURE OF SPAIN. By the Editor.
POPULATION. Part 3
PROTECTION OF MISSISSIPPI LOW LANDS By Maj. J. G. Barnard, 90, 177
COMMERCE OF THE RED SEA AND THE EASŤ. By Emmanuel Weiss 132
MONETTE'S "EARLY SPIRIT OF THE WEST." By Mason Butler......142
THE BARON HUMBOLDT'S COSMOS. By Prof. C. G. Forshey, of N.O. 150, 271
SOME THOUGHTS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY AND GOVERNMENT.
By the Editor.
SLAVERY AND THE BIBLE
HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL COLLECTIONS OF LOUISIANA. By
M. Le Blanc.....
SOUTHERN MEDICAL REPORTS. By the Editor.
SUBMERGED LANDS. By Genl. Duff Green.
PROGRESS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES. Charleston,
SPANISH PARTIES IN THE WEST. Part 2nd. By Mason Butler, of Missouri 357
EARLY AND GROWING COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. By
THE SCUPPERNONG GRAPE, AND WINE MAKING. By Sidney Weller,
of N. C.
REMARKS ON AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONS.
By the Editor....
ANNEXATION OF CANADA. By J. A. Turner, of Georgia.
CURRENCY AND BANKING. By T. Prentice Kettell, New-York..
INSURANCE OF CHARACTER
CHANCELLOR HARPER'S MEMOIR ON SLAVERY.
SOUTH AFRICA AND I'TS SPORTS.
RAIL-ROADS AND TRANSPORTS AT HOME AND ABROAD ..513
MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR..
. 521, 625
BRYANT'S POEMS. By J. A. Turner, of Geo........
Interests of Agriculture..... .108
Trade and Commerce of Hamburg,
Sugar-its Production and History......109
96 Historical Notice of Sugar,
Commercial Resources, North and South 98 Consumption of Sugar in Europe... ..113
Rice-Production of in Southern States. 200
Governor Aiken's Rice Estate... 201
Commerce of the Red Sea, &c... 132 Cheap Farming Lands of Virginia .. 203
Trade of Great Britain and United Sugar Lands of Florida...
States, with South America. .338 Grapes, Production of, in South and
Pittsburg Steamboat Building -
New Orleans Chamber of Corumerce... 342
Profits-from Wine Making.... 207
Early and Growing Commerce of the
Southern Commerce and the Gulf
Cotton Culture in British India........314
Sugar-West India Culture... 320
Condition of the Banks in the U.S.....442 Draining and Subsoiling..
Prospective Commerce with Japan. .444
Meslin's Method of Making Sugar.....417
New Sugar Process in England. .418
195 Sugar Making—The Highlands.
.197 Prospects of Cotton Growers...... 419
..198 Agricultural Developments of Texas...426
...199 Hog Killing in the West.
Commercial Summary and Review...
Exports--Cotton-1849-'50, and crop...233 Supply of
Trade and Commerce of Charleston.... 307
Business, &c., of Memphis... .314
Exports of Cotton-Charleston.. .312
Product and Consumption of Sugar in
Cotton Growing Facilities in Ceylon....664
African Trade and Productions.
Production of Cotton in Jamaica.......665
Exports and Imports of the U. 8. in 1849.542 Improved Sugar Process.... ..665
Shipbuilding in the U.S..... .542
Steam Communication between the
North American Whale and Seal Fish-
Turpentine Business of Georgia.
Manufactories of Cannelton, Ind. ...191
British and American Steamships..
Trade and Commerce of Cincinnati....639
Trade and Commerce of Mobile. ..654
Exports of Cotton from Mobile.
Trade of New Orleans, 1849–50........660
Cotton—the American Monopoly.......105 Mineral Resources of Alabama..
...105 Iron Manufactures in E. Mississippi.... 331
Successful Cotton Plantings in the Poor American Manufactures.
How Cotton should be Packed..... .107 Manufactures in the South
Manufactures, Domestic..... 431 | Alabama, Mobile, and Chicago Rail-road 440
Girard and Mobile Rail-road..
433 Mobile and Ohio, and Nlinois Central
Alabama and Tennessee Rail-road
Orange and Alexandria Rail-road, Va...556
Greenville and Columbia Rail.road, 8.C.
EDITORIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
..140 Physical Character of the Negro 231
Ethnological Researches.- Is the African
and the Caucasian of Common Origin? 243
-346 How far the Tides affect the Mississippi 248
Census of 1850
.504 Notice of Books, Reports, etc., etc......253
..676 Products of the Interior received at N.O.456
Resources of the Mississippi..
and Wealth of Texas.
The Brazos Country, Texas
Letters in New Orleans.
305) Gallery of Industry and Enterprise.-
.331 To the Planters of the South..
.....335 Notice to Subscribers