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Whately to tho Archiepiscopal See of Dublin, and in 1846, on the death of Dr. Charles Lindsay, lie succeeded to the bishopric of Kildare also, that see having been united with Dublin, by the Church Temporalities Act. lie was also Visitor of Trinity College, Dublin ; Prebendary ex. officio of Cullen in St. Patrick's Cathedral; Vice-President of the Royal Irish Academy, and Chancellor of the Order of St. Patrick. For more than twenty years ho was one of tho Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, and during that period he bent all his energies to its advancement and defence. He endowed the Professorship of Political Economy in the Dublin University; not from his abundant wealth, but by the exercise of a strict economy in his personal and family expenditure. The archbishop was a voluminous writer. T!,e published productions of his pen, many of them pamphlets, and local or occasional in character, are more than a hundred in number; but he has also written many books which will live. The following list comprises tho most important of his published works: "The Christian's Duty with respect to tho Established Government and tho Laws," London, 1821; "Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon Bonaparte," Oxford, 1821; "The Hampton Lectures for 1822, on the Use and Abuse of Party Feeling in Religion," 1822; "Essay on some of the Peculiarities of tho Christian Religion," 1825; "Elements of Logic," 1S20; "Elements of Rhetoric," 1828; "Essays on some of the Difficulties in the "Writings of St. Paul," &c, 1828; "Errors of Romanism," 1830; "Introductory Lectures to Political Economy," 1831; "Essay on tho Omission of Creeds, Liturgies, &c, in the New Testament," 1831; "Thoughts on Secondary Punishment," Dublin, 1832; "Sermons on Various Subjects," Oxford, 1835; "Essays on some of the Dangers of Christian Faith which may arise from the Teaching or Conduct of its Professors," 1839; "Tho Kingdom of Christ Delineated," 1841; "Thoughts on the proposed Evangelical Alliance," 1846; "Introductory Lectures on the Study of St. Paul's Epistles," 1849; "English Synonymes," 1851; manuals for the national schools on "Money Matters," on "Reasoning," on tho "Evidences of Christianity," and on the "British Constitution," published between 1840 and 1852; "Thoughts on the New Dogma of the Church of Rome,"
1855; "Scripture Revelations as to Good and Evil Angels," 1855; "Scripture Revelations as to a Future State," 1856; "Bacon*s Essavs, with Notes," 1856.
WISCONSIN. In June a correspondence took place between Governor Salomon, of Wisconsin, and Gen. Pope, commanding the Department of the Northwest, in reference to the exercise of military authority in enforcing the conscription. The governor, learning that requests had been made to supply State arms to tho assistant provost-marshal, expressed the belief that the people were willing to obey the law, and tho civil authorities to execute it. In his reply Gen. Pope says that he will employ military force only after every resource of the civil authority has been used without success, ne uses the following language:
I have been satisfied from the beginning that in nearly every case the conscription law can be executed by the civil authorities alone, through the people acting under their direction in the legal and usual forms. la the discretion intrusted to me by the Government, as to the employment of military force for the execution of this law within this military department, I have steadily declined to permit the use of any troops under my command, unless I could be convinced that all other legitimate menus had been tried without success. Already, in one or two enses, I have found that application "for military aid had been made without necessity, the enrolment under the law having been completed thoroughly by the willing aid of the civil authorities.
The habit of resorting to military force in every trifling case of opposition or resistance to the laws, is becoming so common as to excite in the ininds of judicious men very serious alarm. Such a practice entirely supplants the civil authorities, sets aside timehonored means for the enforcement of the laws in this country, destroys in the citizen that feeling of personal interest in their executiou, through which alone we have maintained popular government, aud prepares the public mind for complete abdication of civil rule. It is impossible to believe that citizens of this country, except under the immediate influence of excitement, can be willing to trust the enforcement of civil law to military force, and thus to surrender the very highest privilege and duty of American citizens.
The Legislature gave an earnest support to the war, and appropriated $350,000 to organire and bring into active service the militia, "to repel invasion, suppress insurrection and defend the State in time of war."
The vote for governor at the fall election stood as follows: Lewis (Republican), 79,959; Palmer (Democrat), 55,218; majority for Lewis, 24,711. The number of troops sent to the army by Wisconsin up to Nov. 1st, lSG3,was 42.585.
INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
GREEK CIIURCH....... ---------------------------
GWILT, JOSEPH........... - - - - - -
KAMEIIAMEHA IV., ALEXANDER LIHOLIHO.. 560
LANSDOWNE, HENRY PETTY FITZ-MAURICE, 572
LEWIS, GEORGE CORNEWALL.................. 572
LONGWORTH, NICHOLAS. . 585
NAVY, CONFEDERATE - - - -
NAVY, U. S., OPERATIONS OF.. so
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS............................. "
REFORMED CHURCH.... -
SUEZ, CANAL OF......
THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE.
INDEX OP CONTENTS.
AgrieuUure — Crops in 1S63, 2; frosts, 2; crops of England
Alabama,—Military affairs, 6; disturbances, 6; appeal of
America.—Political subdivisions, 8; important events, 8;
Anglican Chiwehes.— Summary of them, 10; bishops, 10;
Anthox, Jons.—.^irtb, 13; death, 13; education, 13; pub-
Anthony, Henry B., Senator from Uhode Island, 183; on a
Anthropology (see Ethnology).
Arkadeiphia, in Arkansas, 14; position, &c, 14.
Arkansas.—Military operations in, 14; capture of Littlo
Arkansas Post.—lis position, 16; capture, 10.
Colored troops, 25; employed at Hilton ncad and New
Invalid corps, 29; its object, 29; numbers, 29; exam-
Ambulance corps, 29; orders for, 29; organization, SO.
Signal corps, 30; telegraph corps, 80; pensioners, 30;
GEEEK CIIUP.cn 464
GREEN', L. W 407
GRIMM, JAKOB LUDWIG 403
CEIMM, LUDWIG EMIL 4C9
G WILT, JOSEPH 469
HABEAS COKPUS 469
IIARCOURT, OCTAVIUS VERNON 491
IIATIIEETON, EDWARD JOHN LITTLETON.... 402
HILDRETH, SAMUEL PRESCOTT 497
1IOLSTON RIVER 498
HOPE, GEORGE WILLIAM 499
HOPE, HENRY 498
HUBBARD, JOSEPH STILLMAN 498
HUNT, EDWARD 15: 498
HYGIENE IN THE ARMY 499
INDIA, BRITISH C25
1NGLIS, WILLIAM.: 032
IONIAN ISLES 532
IRON AND STEEL 534
JACKSON, THOMAS JONATHAN 517
JEBB, JOSHUA 556
KAME1IAMEHA IV., ALEXANDER LIIIOLIHO.. 560
KENRICK, FRANCIS PATRICK 581
KERHALLET, CHARLES PHILIPPE DE 570
KILVERT, FRANCIS 571
KOWER, THE MAHARANEE JENDAN 571
LANSDOWNE, HENRY PETTY FITZ-MAURICE, 572
LEWIS, GEORGE CORNEWALL 573
LITERATURE AND LITERARY PROGRESS 573
LONGWORTU, NICHOLAS 5S5
LUTHERAN CHURCH 596
LYNDIIURST. JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY 593
M ART IAL L A W COO
MASTERMAN, STILLMAN 623
MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL DEPARTMENTS.. C47
MISSIONS, FOREIGN AND AMERICAN 019
MOORE, CLEMENT C 653
MOUNTAIN, GEORGE JEnOSAPHAT 655
MULRE AD Y, WILLI AM 65»
NAVY, CONFEDERATE 6»
NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES 661
NAVY, U. 8., OPERATIONS OF 667
NELSON, WOLFRED £36
NEW HAMPSHIRE $a
NEW JERSEY 6SJ
NEW YORK _. 6SS
NICHOLS, JOHN BOWER ©o
NORMANBY, CONSTANTINE HENRY PniPPS.. Ml
NORTH CAROLINA.. 691
OBITUARIES, UNITED STATES 693
Do. CANADIAN 724
Do. EUROPEAN 727
PEASE, CALVIN 7S7
PENNSYLVANIA : 733
PETIGRU, JAMES LOUIS 749
PRISONERS, EXCHANGE OF 7»
PROVISIONAL COURT FOR LOUISIANA 770
TUBLIC DOCUMENTS 777
REFORMED CHURCH S»
REYNOLDS, JOHN FULTON 810
RHODE ISLAND SID
RIOTS IN NEW YORK, BOSTON, ETC 611
ROBINSON, EDWARD BIS
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 619
SOUTH CAROLINA 524
SUEZ, CANAL OF 826
SUMNER, EDWIN VOSE 627
TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES 623
THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE S3
UNITARIANS, OR UNITARIAN CONGEEGA-
UNITED STATES SSI
VERNET, EMILE JEAN HORACE m
Do. EAST 844
Do. WEST 545
WASIUM .• 645
WHATELY, RICHARD 645
YANCEY, WILLIAM L 8«