Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine
Volume 57, January-June 1859 

A Baby's First Shoe (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                               163
A Bead Bracelet (Illustrated)                                                                           261
About Sisters-in-law, by a Sister-in-law                                                           515
A Day's History, by Alice B. Haven  [fiction]                                                      48
A Fly Catch (Illustrated) [netting]                                                                    552
Alphabet of Fancy Letters (Illustrated)                        
  
         Capitals, A-Z, flowers and leaves                                                            12
            Capitals, A-Z, grain                                                                              106
            lower case, a-z, floral and beads                                                           204
            Capitals, A-N, floral and beads                                                             300
            Capitals, O-Z, floral and beads                                                             400
A New Baby [fiction]                                                                                       537
A New Double Body (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                               66, 74
Annie Oran, by Helen Hamilton [poem]                                                           252
Anti-Macassar for an Easy Chair, in Crochet (Illustrated)                                 359
Arrangement for the Hair                                                                                    45
A Sabbath in the Forest, by Mint                                                                        34
A Simple Song, by Desmarais [poem]                                                              543
A Smile                                                                                                            238
Aunt Sophie’s visits, by Lucy N. Godfrey                                                         223
A Villa in the Swiss Style (Illustrated) [with plans]                                            545
A Voice from a Stove in a Lady’s Sitting-room, by Swerdna [poem]                   61
A Week at Waveland, by Pauline Forsyth [fiction]                                          127
Baby’s Shoe (Illustrated)                                                                                 490, 550
Bead Watch-Case (Illustrated)                                                                        160
Beauty of Glass                                                                                                152
Be Kind to All                                                                                                  417
Be Patient with Children                                                                                    336
Be Punctual                                                                                                      256, 384
Bonnets (Illustrated)                                                                                        256, 384
Border in Embroidery (Illustrated)                                                                   354
Border for Child’s Dress and Mantle (Illustrated)                                             167
Braided Note-Case (Illustrated)                                                                      202
Broad Line Drawing Lessons (Illustrated)                                            47, 142, 248, 332, 431, 529
Broches Frisettes; or, Curling Pins (Illustrated)                                                   70
Broderie for a Skirt (Illustrated)                                                                       262
Capes (Illustrated)                                                                              64, 65, 159, 351, 453, 546
Caps (Illustrated)                                                                                            256, 351, 453
Caught a Tartar (Illustrated)                                                                              97
Centre-Table Gossip, containing—
           
A Household Treasure [sewing machine]                                               189
           
“A Tack in Time”                                                                                  572
           
A Word for Carpets                                                                             380
           
Baby’s Shoes, by W. C. Bennt [poem]                                                 381
           
Bridals [including bride's attire while in mourning]                                   571
           
Eugenie and her Court                                                                          477
           
House Cleaning                                                                                    477
           
House Gardening
                No. 1—Bulbs in Pots or Glasses                                                        91
                No. 2—Rearing Hyacinths, etc.                                                        190
                No. 3—Window plants                                                                    285
                No. 4—Caring for Potted Plants                                                       381
                No. 5—Annuals for the Home                                                          478
                No. 6—Hints on the Arrangement of Cut Flowers for the Parlor or
                    Sitting-Room                                                                                572
           
Notes and Queries                                                       
  
             Don't give children too much at once; Japan lily; can cup-cake recipe
                    with soda and cream of tartar instead of salaeratus; recommended
                    family books                                                                                   92
               
New colors for dresses; carpet cleaners; air-tight coverings for jellies,
                    sweetmeats, etc.; the Mariposa                                                     191
                
Safety stirrup; window garden; winter deserts; the brain in childhood; 
                    grass under trees                                                                           286
                
Remedies for suspended animation from drowning; house insects; 
                    bonnet strings—wide or narrow; shoes for invalids                        382
               
Mending bronze ornaments; George Sand                                         478
                
Carpet cleaners; rules for good fellowship; to arrange a bouquet; 
                    crisp cakes                                                                                   573
           
Play-Houses                                                                                           92
           
Scraps of Fashion Items---presentation fans, hair bracelet,
                side-buttoned walking boots, ball slippers or boots, morning slippers,
                in-door headdress                                                                            285
           
The Workshop [for boys]                                                                     285
           
Wood-Carving and Old Furniture in Florence                                        381
Charade [Ma-try-money]                                                                                 438
Charades in Action (Illustrated) [Com-fit]                                                        239
Chemise Pattern (Illustrated)                                                                           548
Chemisettes (Illustrated)                                                                                  160, 351, 454, 546
Chemistry for the Young                                                          
  
         Lesson XI (concluded)                                                                           78
             Lesson XII.  Certain Tests and Precipitants Not Yet Treated for the
                Metals Silver, Lead, Mercury, and Copper                                       174
            Lesson XII (continued)                                                                         270
            Lesson XII (continued)                                                                         368
            Lesson XII (concluded)                                                                        463
            Lesson XIII.  Preparation and Qualities of Hydrogen Gas—Analytical
                Investigation of the Metal Zinc                                                           571
China-Ware and Glass                                                                                      247
CLOAKS, DRESSES, MANTILLAS, TALMAS, &c.
           
A Girl’s Cloak (Illustrated)                                                                  108, 191
           
At Home (Illustrated) [dress]                                                               197, 287
           
Ball or Party Dress (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                     257
           
Barege Robe (Illustrated)                                                                    484, 574
           
Children’s Dresses (Illustrated)                                                            200, 287
           
Children’s Dresses for Spring (Illustrated)                                            389, 479
           
Dinner-Dress (Illustrated)                                                                    390, 479
           
Dresses for Morning Calls (Illustrated)                                                 102, 191, 193, 287
           
Le Printemps (Illustrated) [dresses]                                                     388, 479
           
Morning Neglige (Illustrated)                                                               101, 191
           
Morning-Wrapper (Illustrated)                                                                8, 93
           
New Styles of Mantilla, from Evans & Co. (Illustrated)                       292, 293, 361
           
Riding-dress (Illustrated)                                                                     295, 383
           
Single Skirt Organdie (Illustrated)                                                        485, 574
           
Spring Mantle (Illustrated)                                                                   392, 479
           
Spring Mantles (Illustrated)                                                                 294, 383
           
Spring Walking-Dress (Illustrated)                                                       391, 479
           
The Alhambran, from Brodie (Illustrated) [cloak]                                 264, 360
           
The Almeda (Illustrated) [ball gown]                                                    103, 191
           
The Andalusian, from Brodie (Illustrated) [cloak]                                 393
           
The Castilian, from Brodie (Illustrated) [cloak]                                        9
           
The Colson (Illustrated) [dress]                                                           106, 287
           
The Duchess (Illustrated)                                                                         3, 93
           
The Marionetta (Illustrated) [dress]                                                          6, 93
           
The Mathilde Mantilla (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                105, 170
           
The Mother (Illustrated) [dress, child's dress]                                      199, 287
           
The Piccolomini Robe de Chambre (Illustrated)                                       7, 93
           
The Raphael Dress (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                     355, 364
           
The Saragossa, from Brodie (Illustrated) [cloak]                                  486
           
The Sevillian, from Brodie (Illustrated) [cloak]                                     168
           
The Victoria Pardessus (Illustrated) [with diagram]                              104, 169
           
The Visiting Dress (Illustrated)                                                             100, 191
           
The Zanfretti Mantle (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                   396, 398
           
Walking-Dress (Illustrated)                                                                 198
           
Young Lady’s Dress (Illustrated) [age 6-10]                                        11
Collar and Sleeves in Applique of Net and Muslin (Illustrated)                         260|
Collars (Illustrated)                                                                                         160, 256
“Content,” by Alice B. Haven [fiction]                                                              241, 324
Cora, by Mrs. J. D. L. [poem]                                                                            62
Corners for Pocket Handkerchiefs (Illustrated)                                                166, 259, 266, 356
Crochet a la Broderie Anglaise (Illustrated)                                                      164, 261
Crochet Basket Purse (Illustrated)                                                                   266
Crochet Edging (Illustrated)                                                                             266, 362
Crochet Lace (Illustrated)                                                                   11, 105, 266, 362, 395, 459
Crochet Tidy (Illustrated)                                                                                394
Currant Branch Jeweled D’Oyley (Illustrated) [crochet with beads]                  203
Curtain for a Bay Window (Illustrated)                                                            481, 554
Design for Quilting (Illustrated)                                                                        550
Diagram of Ball or Party Dress (Illustrated)                                                      258
Diagram of The Mathilde Mantilla (Illustrated)                                                 170
Diagram of the Raphael Dress (Illustrated)                                                       364
Diagram of The Victoria Pardessus (Illustrated)                                               169
Diagrams of Zanfretti Mantle (Illustrated)                                                         398, 399
Different Styles for Filling Wheels (Illustrated)                                                  266, 359
Douglas & Sherwood’s Celebrated Tournure Corset (Illustrated)                     296, 297
Douglas & Sherwood’s New Matinee Skirt (Illustrated)                                  265
Early Spring, by Jno. B. Duffey [poem]                                                            450
Editors’ Table, containing—
           
A Few Words about the “Fashions”                                                        81
           
A Happy New Year                                                                               79
           
American Schools and Colleges for Young Ladies        
  
             Baltimore Young Ladies' College; Oxford Young Ladies' College
                    [OH]; Ontario Young Ladies' Seminary [Canandaigua, NY];
                    Philadelphia School for Young Ladies                                              81
               
School of Design [Worcester, MA]; The Worcester (Mass.)
                    Academy of Fine Arts; New Ipswich Appleton Academy [NH];
                    Wesleyan Female College [Cincinnati]; Philadelphia School for
                    Young Ladies                                                                               176
           
Another Great Work to be done.  Will the Women of America Engage
                    in It? [sunflowers as preventatives of bilious fever, chills and
                    fevers]                                                                                          273
           
A Picture of Youth                                                                                175
           
A Poet in Prose                                                                                    561
           
A Remarkable Teacher                                                                         176
           
Beautiful Thoughts                                                                                371
           
Botany as a Study for Young Ladies                                                     562
           
Business Men and Their Wife-Partners                                                  465
           
Causes and Consequence of Individual Character                                  371
           
Costume versus Criticism [Illustrated]                                                 271
           
God’s Acre, by Beata [poem]                                                              371
           
Heart Thoughts, by Sarah J. Hale [poem]                                            273
           
Hugh Miller and his Writings                                                                 272
           
Lines, by Sarah J. Hale [poem]                                                            371
           
My Indian Garden, by E. L. [poem]                                                        80
           
Ode on the Centenary of Burns [poem]                                                 464
           
Our Editorial Correspondents                                                                 80
           
Our Presentation Plate for 1859—Seven Ages of Woman                       79
           
Popular Literature                                                                                 464
           
Progress of Popular Education in Pennsylvania                                      370
           
Rosemary Hill, by Kate Harrington [poem]                                         561
           
School for Young Ladies                                                                      466
           
Subscribers for the Washington Portrait                                    81, 178, 274, 372, 466, 562
           
Sunflowers a Preventive of Fevers                                                         370
           
The American Ladies’ Mount Vernon Association                     81, 177, 274, 372, 466, 562
           
The Courtesies of Home Life                                                                175
           
The Love Pledge, by Mrs. Hale [poem]                                                176
           
The Purchase of Mount Vernon                                                            560
           
The Rosetta Stone                                                                                369, 466
           
To Academies and Schools                                                                   466
           
Tribute to Captain Herndon                                                                  274
           
Warning Words                                                                                    371
           
What Course of Reading is Best for a Woman?                                       80
Embroidery Border (Illustrated)                                                                       487, 549
Embroidery, Inserting, &c. (Illustrated)            71, 73, 74, 104, 108, 162, 163, 165, 166,
            167, 169, 170, 202, 257, 262, 263, 266, 352, 354, 355, 356, 358, 359, 396, 398,
            399, 456, 457, 458, 489, 547, 549, 553, 554, 555
Enigmas                                                                                                62, 158, 254, 350, 451, 544
“Fair Eden in its Vernal Bloom,” by B. Frank Spalding [poem]                         543
Faithful, by Charles Stewart [poem]                                                                157
Fancy Pincushions, in Imitation of Animals                                                           69
Fans for the Ladies, and Where They Come From (Illustrated)           
  
         Ancient                                                                                                 205
            Medieval-Renaissance                                                                          301
            Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries                                                    401
Farewell to Life, by Jno. B. Duffey [poem]                                                       543
Fashions                                                                                 
  
         Dinner dress; walking dress; evening dress; child's walking dress;
                morning wrapper, Piccolomini robe de chambre; dinner dress;
                walking dress; pardessus; morning dresses; wrappers; sleeves;
                undersleeves; tucker; chemisette; dress bodies; belts and buckles;
                furs                                                                                                    93
           
Walking dress; carriage dress; double skirted dress; child's dress;
                morning neglige; visiting dresses; evening dress; child's cloak; children's
                wraps; ladies' wraps; evening hoods; sorties du bal; evening dresses;
                color combinations; trimmings; dress bodies; berthes; bonnets;
                headdresses; furs                                                                            191
           
Dresses; walking dress; child's party dress; travelling dress; morning
                reception dress; dresses for morning calls; children's clothing;
                mourning; second mourning; evening dress; floral coiffures; dress
                trimming; young ladies' coiffures                                                       286
           
Carriage dress; home dress; walking dress; child's dress; headdresses;
                spring mantles; riding habits; jackets; spring silk dresses; bonnets 
                [Illustrated]                                                                                   382
           
Dinner dresses; spring dresses; children's dresses; walking dress;
                spring mantle; travelling wraps; pardessus; New England shilling
                calicoes; Scotch ginghams; other plain fabrics; spring silks;
                children's hats; spring bonnets                                                         479
           
Dinner dress; walking dresses; child's dress; summer robes; summer
                bonnets; children's straw hats; babies' hats; play hats; capelines or
                drawn hats; country straw hats; summer dresses                                573
Fire-Board of Paper Flowers (Illustrated)                                                       358
Fire-Screen of Pheasants’ Wings (Illustrated)                                                  161
Firesides and Facts of the Revolution, by E. F. Ellet [Reminiscences of the
            Dutch Fork, SC; A Quaker Community; William Maybin's Family;
            Prisoners by Stratagem; Clarke, of Newberry; A Man of Blood;
            Ferguson and the Patriots of the Fork; Two Generous Souls]                 220
Fluted Embroidery (Illustrated)                                                                        353
“Forget You?” by Nilla [poem]                                                                        251
Formation of Dew                                                                                              55
Frank Ward’s Second Love, by Helen Hamilton [fiction]                                 344
Friendship’s Vows, by J. R. Conyngham [poem]                                             544
Garden or Opera Hood (Illustrated) [knitted]                                                  201, 259
Gathered Flowers, by Norman W. Bridge [poem]                                            155
Gentleman’s Shirt Front (Illustrated)                                                                459
Godey’s Arm-Chair                                                                 
  
         Business outlook good; Caldwell's Palace store; To Mr. Godey on the
                Dried Currant Subject [poem]                                                             86
           
The Flower-Garden—Annuals                                                              184
           
Personal Appearance of Washington; Breakfast with a President of the
                United States in 1794; Gardening for Ladies; Maxims of Chamfort;
                The Best Legacy; A Versified Paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer
                [poem]; A Rain Song [poem]                                                              280
           
Mendelssohn Musical Institute [Pittsfield, MA]; Queer Epitaphs; J. J.
                Reed's Institute for Young Ladies [Philadelphia]; Types of Money;
                Directions for Using the Toilet Curl Clasps; Child's Linen Books; A
                Chapter on Roses [includes list]                                                          376
           
Patent India Rubber Handle Table Knives; Miss Susan May, the Young
                American Cantatrice; Complimentary Poem from Tallahassee; A
                Newspaper; Parlors; Ladies Need to be Polite to Gentlemen; Shaler's
                Carpet Sweeper; The Two Lines [poem]; Poisons and Their Antidotes;
               
"Cures" for the Delicate Female; Jokes; The Queen of England's Last
                Reception                                                                                         471
           
Self-Sealing Fruit-Cans and Jars [Illustrated]; Society; Shawls; Jokes;
                Parody of Shakespeare's Seven Ages [poem]; Delicate Appetites     566
Godey’s Gold Dollar Purses (Illustrated)                                                           70
Guardian Angels, by J. A. B. [poem]                                                                 449
Headdresses (Illustrated)                                                                     64, 65, 159, 255, 522, 546
Health Department, by Jno. Stainback Wilson, M. D., Columbus, GA                                    
            Shall We Use Tea and Coffee?  Warming Rooms; What Want of
                Exercise Does;  Time for Sleep; Sabbath Feasts                                  84
           
Properties of Tea and Coffee; Too Many Dishes; Bad Colds; Climate—
                Southern Women                                                                              178
           
Sleeping-Rooms; Exercise—Schools for Young Ladies                         274
           
Exercise Among the Fashionables—The Hope of Our Country              372
           
Beds; The Laws of Dress; Long Dresses and Pointed Waists; Cooling
                Off; Management of the Hair; Fluids in the Stomach--Poisons;
                Medical Books for the People                                                          467
           
Women and Sunflowers Against Disease; Influence of Light on Health;
                How They Dine in Paris; Choosing a Physician                                  563
Hidden Joys, by Marian Gwynn [poem]                                                          544
History, by Samuel Johnson                                                                              54
Home and the Homeless, by Annie Fraust (Illustrated) [fiction]                       520
Home Manufactured Picture-Frame (Illustrated)                                                10, 66
Homespun and Velvet, by Marion Harland [fiction]                                         109
Honiton Lace Sprig (Illustrated)                                                                       165
Hope’s Light is Shining yet, by Finley Johnson [poem]                                     543
How I Came to be Married the Second Time, by Virginia F. Townsend
           
[fiction]                                                                                                 305
How the Ladies Live in Brazil (Illustrated)                                                        493
How They Live in Paris (Illustrated)                                                                 385, 442
How to Economize and Conduct a Home         
   
         Role of the wife                                                                                    134
            The duties of the housewife, based on your income; Carving                  231
            Setting a schedule; Storing food; Caring for vessels and blankets;
                Management of washing; Keeping an inventory; Choosing meat          310
            Purchasing in quantities; Cleaning; Oil-Cloths                                         416
            Schedule for typical day; Frugality                                                         508
How to Make a Cheap Fountain (Illustrated)                                                   553
Il Etait une Bergere [poem]                                                                               541
Insertion for White Muslin or Black Net Sleeves for Mourning (Illustration)       72, 73
Jonathan Grimes, by E. N. H. [poem]                                                               156
June, by Flora Wildwood [poem]                                                                     543
Knit Lace (Illustrated)                                                                                     161
Knitted Sock, Adapted for a Child Three Years Old (Illustrated)                       71, 161
Kind Words                                                                                                       39
Lady’s Toilet Sachet (Illustrated) [roll-up]                                                       397, 455
Lappet for the Hair, in Beads and Bugles (Illustrated)                                       298, 354
Lappets for Irish Point Crochet (Illustrated)                                                     459
Letters for a Sampler for our Young Friends (Illustrated)                                  554
Le Petit Oiseau [poem]                                                                                     541
Lilly Lee, by Zinnia Zell [poem]                                                                       449
Lines, by J. A. Turner [poem]                                                                          350
Literary Notices                                                    
           
New Juveniles—Sidney Grey, Mia and Charlie, Bessie Melville,
                Losing the Way, Of Heart and Hand, Nancy Thorn, The 
                Tortoise-Shell Comb; Inquiries and Suggestions in Regard to the  
               
Foundation of Faith in the Word of God; Bitter-Sweet:  A Poem; 
                Violet, or The Times We Live In; The Demi-Monde:  A Satire on 
                Society; Zenaida; Webster and Hayne's Celebrated Speeches in the 
                United States Senate, on Mr. Foot's Resolution of January, 1830; 
                Judge Haliburton's Yankee Stories; Self-Made Men; My Lady 
                Ludlow:  A Novel; Legends and Lyrics:  A Book of Verses; From 
                New York to Delhi by Way of Rio de Janeiro, Australia, and China; 
                After Dark:  A Novel; New England's Chattels, or Life in the 
                Northern Poor-House; The Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick, 
                Esq., Together With His Opinion on Matrimony; The Sociables; 
                Vernon Grove, or Hearts as They Are; Howitt's Pictures for the 
                Young; Buds from the Christmas Boughs; Bye and Bye; Spurgeon's 
                Gems; Poems by D. Hardy, Jr.; A Journey Due North, Being Notes 
                of a Residence in Russia; While it was Morning; Memories of 
                Gennesaret; Ministering Children; The Voice of Christian Life in 
                Song, or Hymns and Hymnwriters of Many Lands and Ages; 
                Memoirs of Mrs. Jukes                                                                       83
           
Lives of the Bishops; Life of George Herbert; Willie and Harrie; Calvary 
                Catechism for the Little Ones; Questions on the Sunday Evening 
                Lessons in the Church Service; Ought American Slavery to be 
                Perpetuated?; Milch Cows and Dairy Farming; Thoughts of Favored 
                Hours, Upon Bible Incidents and Characters, and Other Subjects; 
                Dora Deane, or, The East India Uncle; Maggie Miller, or Old Hagar's 
                Secret; The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table:  Every Man His Own 
                Boswell; The New Priest in Conception Bay; The Municipalist; Dolce 
                Far Niente; Davenport Dunn:  A Man of our Day; The Mysterious 
                Marriage:  A True Romance of New York Life; The Wife's Trials: 
               
Novel; The Four Sisters:  A Tale of Social and Domestic Life in 
                Sweden; Piney Wood's Tavern, or Sam Slick in Texas; Blonde and 
                Brunette, or The Gothamite Arcady; Night-Caps; The Household 
                Book of Poetry; Cornell's Grammar-School Geography; History of 
                Friedrich the Second; Elements of Natural Philosophy, Designed for
                Academies and High Schools; Every Woman Her Own Lawyer; 
                Portraits of My Married Friends, or, A Peep Into Hymen's Kingdom; 
                The Tenant-House, or Embers from Poverty's Hearthstone; Oriental 
                Tales of Fairyland; Life Among the Children; The Yule Log; Future 
                Life; or, Scenes in Another World; The Witches of New York, as 
               
Encountered by Q. K. Philander Doesticks, P. B.; Isabella Orsini:  
               
An Historical Novel of the Fifteenth Century; The Courtship of Miles 
                Standish, and Other Poems; The Life and Times of Sir Philip Sidney; 
                Primary Natural Philosophy; Stand Up for Jesus!  A Christian Ballad; 
               
Sunshine, or Kate Vinton; Safe Home, or The Last Days and Happy 
                Death of Fannie Kenyon; The Aimwell Stories; The Harvest and the 
                Reapers:  Home-Work for All and How to Do It; Sunday Afternoons 
                in the Nursery; The Sheepfold and the Common, or, The Evangelical 
               
Rambler; Light for the Line, or, The Story of Thomas Ward; The Julia; 
                Sermons to the Churches; Memoirs of Rev. David Tappan Stoddard;
                 The New Games of Tournament and Knighthood                                  179
           
The Modern Cook; A House to Let:  A Christmas and New Year's Story; 
                Major Thorpe's Scenes in Arkansas; The Drama in Pokerville and 
                Other Stories; The Land and the Book; or Biblical Illustrations Drawn 
                from the Manners and Customs, the Scenes and Scenery of the Holy 
                Land; The Comedies of Terence; What Will He Do With It?; Mount 
                Vernon; Meta Gray; or What Makes Home Happy; The Ministry of 
                Life; Bertram Noel:  A Story for Youth; The Banks of New York, 
                Their Dealers, the Clearing-House, and the Panic of 1857; Palestine, 
                Past and Present; Fred Freeland, or The Chain of Circumstances; The 
                Queen's Domain and Other Poems; From Poor-House to Pulpit; 
                Southern Institutes; or An Inquiry into the Origin and Early Prevalence 
                of Slavery and the Slave-Trade; The Minstrel's Bride, or The Shepherd 
                of Hazel Glen; Shells from the Sea Shore of Life; The Power of Prayer; 
                Dust and Foam, or Three Oceans and Two Continents; Heart Whispers, 
                or A Peep Behind the Family Curtain; Life of Mrs. Virginia Hale 
                Hoffman; Notes from Plymouth Pulpit; Matthew Caraby; Essays in 
                Biography and Criticism; Memoir of Harriet Preble; The Ballad of 
                Babie Bell and Other Poems; Sidney Grey:  a Tale of School Life; The 
                Pilgrim's Progress; Honey Blossoms for Little Bees; Henry Willard, or 
                The Value of Right Principles; Marion Elwood, or How Girls Live; 
                Humbug:  A Look at Some Popular Impositions; Willie Winkie's 
                Nursery Songs of Scotland; Christmas Hours; Poems by Frances Anne 
                Kemble; A Yacht Voyage—Letters from High Latitudes; History of the 
                Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain; Arabian Days' 
                Entertainments; Selections from the Writings of Fenelon; Poetry of the 
                Bells; Life Memories and Other Poems; The Young Lady's Oracle:  
               
A Fireside Amusement; Howe's Complete Ball-Room Hand-Book; 
                Peter Coddle's Trip to New York:  Three Games in One                    275
           
European Life, Legend, and Landscape; Bouvier's Familiar Astronomy; 
                Father and Daughter:  A Portraiture from the Life; Life at Three 
                Score; Rustic Rhymes; Episodes of French History During the 
                Consulate and the First Empire; La Plata, The Argentine 
                Confederation and Paraguay; The Lady's Manual of Fancy Work; 
                Open Air Grape Culture; The Afternoon of Unmarried Life; 
                Symbols of the Capital, or Civilization in New York; Idolette 
                Stanley, or The Beauty of Discipline; Heights of Eidelberg; 
                Biography of Self-Taught Men; Biographies of Distinguished Scientific 
                Men; The Life and Remains of Douglas Jerrold; Christ and the 
                Inheritance of the Saints; The Story of Bethlehem:  A Book for the 
                Young; Eddy Ellerslie and the Mine, or Old Friends with New Faces; 
                Redemption:  A Poem                                                                        373
           
Pentecost, or The Work of God in Philadelphia; The Atonement, in Its 
                Relations to Law and Moral Government; Hymns of the Ages; 
                Christian Morals; Opportunities for Industry and the Safe Investment 
                of Capital, or A Thousand Chances to Make Money; Tressilian and 
                His Friends; Man and His Dwelling-Place:  An Essay Towards the 
                Interpretation of Nation; Howe's Drawing-Room Dances, Especially 
                Designed for Social Evening Parties; Peterson's Complete Coin Book; 
                Rose Warrington, or The Daguerreotype Miniature; The Waverly 
                Novels; The Lady of Albarone, or The Poisoned Goblet; Sylvan Holt's 
                Daughter; Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa; 
                Fankwei, or The San Jacinto in the Seas of India, China, and Japan; 
                The Laird of Norlaw:  A Scottish Story;  The Old Plantation, and 
                What I Gathered There in an Autumn Month; Lives of the Queens of 
                Scotland and English Princesses Connected with the Regal 
                Succession of Great Britain; Onward, or The Mountain Clamberers; 
                Letters of a Traveler; Matrimonial Brokerage in the Metropolis; 
                Anecdotes of Love; The Methodist, or Incidents and Characters 
                from Life in the Baltimore Conference; Pictures of Country Life; The 
                Old Man's Bride; Nicaragua, Past, Present, and Future; Thorndale, 
                or The Conflict of Opinions; The Scouring of the White Horse, or 
                The Long Vacation Ramble of a London Clerk; Eric, or Little by 
                Little; Southwold:  A Novel; Curiosities of Natural History; Trials 
                of a Public Benefactor, as Illustrated in the Discovery of 
                Etherization; Ballyshan Castle:  A Tale Founded on Fact; The 
                American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the 
                Year 1859                                                                                       468
           
Verses, 1854-1858; Heaven's Antidote to the  Curse of Labor; The 
                Pearl of Days, or The Advantages of the Sabbath to the Working 
                Classes; Frank Elliott, or  Wells in the Desert; The Lady of the Isle:  
               
A Romance from Real Life; The American Home Garden; Three 
                Visits to Madagascar During the Years 1853, 1854, 1856; Adam 
                Bede; The Romance and Its Hero; The Life of North American 
                Insects; More About Jesus; Home Memories, or Echoes from a 
                Mother's Voice; The Laws and Practice of Whist; Sixty Years' 
                Gleanings from Life's Harvest; The Precious Stones of the Heavenly 
                Foundations; Secret History of the French Court Under Richelieu 
                and Mazarin; Life of Christopher Columbus; Life of Frederick the 
                Great; Life of Pitt; Two Ways to Wedlock:  A Novellette; Science 
                and Art of Chess; Bassini's Art of Singing; The Avenger, a Narrative, 
                and Other Papers; The Poetical Works of William Motherwell; 
                Poems by Rev. T. Hempstead; The Life and Times of John Milton; 
                Annual of Scientific Discovery:  A Year Book of Facts in Science 
                and Art; First Things:  or The Development of Church Life; 
                Christian Brotherhood; Agnes Hopetown's Schools and Holidays; 
                Indestructible Children's Story Book                                                 564
Little Boy’s Jacket and Pantaloons (Illustrated)                                                356
Look Upward                                                                                                  230
Lost on the Mountains, by Clara Augusta [fiction]                                            513
Lost Stars                                                                                                         331
Marie Antoinette Fichu (Illustrated) [with diagram]                                             68, 69
Mary Magdalene, by Charles Stewart [poem]                                                 349
May Aydenn’s Fortune, by Fannie Stevens Bruce [fiction]                               403
May Blossoms, by Helen Hamilton [poem]                                                      448
May Ethridge, by Mrs. B. Frank Enos [fiction]                                                 501
Memory, by Marian Gwynn [poem]                                                                  60
Miss Sabrina's Dream, by Mary W. Janvrin [fiction]                                           18
Miss Slimmens's Window, by the author of "The Tallow Family” [fiction]       
           
You can't catch old birds with chaff; Miss Slimmens has hopes                 40
            Miss Slimmens is honored with a serenade; Miss Slimmens meets with a 
                very great loss                                                                                   147
           
She agitates the question of the wedding trousseau; The window is 
                curtained (figuratively) with crape                                                       233
           
Josh Stebbins's wife's first tea-party; An "argos-eyed" spider weaves a 
                web for a fly                                                                                      337
           
Wanted, a wife:  Miss Slimmens answers the advertisement; She is 
                accused of scandal; She is edified by the Thanksgiving sermon           425
           
The night before the wedding; The way it turned out                              524
Mrs. Daffodil’s Second Expedition in Search of Mrs. Smith, by Virginia  
            De Forrest
[fiction]                                                                              509
Moonlight, Music, Love, and Flowers, by Harry Leech                                    421
Music—
           
Continental Polka, by William Lewis                                                    290
           
Dream Sweetly, Love, by Prof. Edward Ambuhl                                 194
           
Snow-drop Waltz, by J. Starr Holloway                                                  4
           
Song of the Sea, by Professor Poulton                                                  98
           
Turn Not Away Those Radiant Eyes, by Prof. Edward Ambuhl           386
           
Two new French songs
                No. 1  Il Etait un Bergere                                                                  482
                No. 2.  Le Petit Oiseau                                                                     483
                    [words to these two songs]                                                           541
My Mother, by M. C. W. [poem]                                                                      157
Names for Marking (Illustrated)         
   
         Charlotte, Rose, Elizabeth                                                                     165
            Lizzy                                                                                                    258
            John, Phebe                                                                                          356
            Charlotte                                                                                              394
            Catherine                                                                                              399
            Blanche                                                                                                454
Needle-Book (Illustrated)                                                                                 67
Neglected Flowers, by Annie Fraust (Illustrated) [fiction]                                 36
Netted Tidy (Illustrated)                                                                                  395, 489
Not all a Waif, by W. S. Gaffney                                                                      447
Note-Paper Case (Illustrated) [perforated card-board]                                    458
Novelties for the Month (Illustrated)   
   
         Fichu; undersleeves, headdresses for evening wear; cape or fichu; hood 
                for evening wear                                                                                 64
           
Fichu; headdresses; collar and sleeve; chemisette                                   159
           
Style of dressing the hair for evening; spring bonnets; dinner cap;
                invalid's cap; collar and sleeve                                                           255
           
Fichu for evening dress; chemisette; dress cap for matron; simple
                headdress for young lady; undersleeves                                             351
           
Fichu; night-caps; habit-shirt; chemisette for young girl; undersleeves     453
           
Bridal coiffures; round lace cape; undersleeve of Brussels net; illusion 
                undersleeves; habit-shirt for morning or travelling                                546
On Hearing It Said, When Infants Smile Angels Whisper to Them, by Alicia N. 
                Benson
[poem]                                                                                 350
Out-Door Culture                                                                                             443
Out in the Meadow, by S. E. H. [poem]                                                            348
Patchwork (Illustrated)                                                            opposite 264, opposite 354, 492
Pattern for Silk Embroidery (Illustrated)                                                           352
Praise Your Wife                                                                                              154
Prayer, by G. R. Calvert [poem]                                                                        59
Precocious Children                                                                                          153
Presentiments, by H. C. [poem]                                                                        254
Pen-wiper (Illustrated) [shape of slipper]                                                         553
Perdita—a Monody, by Desmarais [poem]                                                      157
Playing Soldiers (Illustrated)                                                                            289
Receipts, &c.        
           
Trussing Poultry for Roasting [Illustrated]; Vegetables—angelica, c
                hartreuse of vegetables, asparagus, artichokes, artichoke salad, 
                French beans, Windsor beans, haricot beans, red cabbage; 
                Sick-Room and Nursery—Quiet; Wedding Breakfast for Forty, in 
                January; Miscellaneous—to polish shells for ornaments, excellent 
                seedcake; orange tart, sago pudding, liquid bloom of roses, posset; 
                Contributed Receipts—Boston cream-cakes, apees, delicious 
                lemon pies, to make grape preserve, to keep lemon juice, pea soup      75
           
Trussing Poultry for Trussing, hares and rabbits, boning, joints of meat, 
                general management of the fire; Vegetables—broccoli, boiled cabbage, 
                green peas, stewed peas, stewed celery, to boil potatoes, to boil new 
                potatoes, to mash potatoes; Sick-Room and Nursery—visits of the 
                medical man, administering medicine; The Teeth—How to Preserve 
                and Beautify—the mouth, the lips, the gums; Miscellaneous—a cure 
                for scrofula, cottage pudding, an Irish stew, to cleanse gold, painted 
                rooms, cod-liver oil, remedy for house ants, a method of reviving old 
                black lace                                                                                            171
           
General Principles of Roasting; Method of Setting Out a Table in America 
                [Illustrated] [table for 8]; How They Dine in Paris [Illustrated]; The 
                Teeth:  How to Preserve and Beautify—the teeth, the formation of 
                teeth—their value and importance; Miscellaneous—holiday cake, nice 
                gingerbread, a Delhi pudding, how to obtain essence of lemon, 
                Noyeau cream, Scotch bread, pimples on the face, crystallized cream, 
                lemon mince, polishing paste; Contributed Receipts—for bruises, 
                sprains &c., snow ointment for burns, scalds &c., cream-pudding, 
                cream sponge-cake, lemon cake, custard for pies, a delicate rice 
                pudding                                                                                              267
           
General Principles of Roasting—gravy, basting, dredging, paper, details 
                of roasting, roast beef, mutton, venison and lamb, veal; How They 
                Dine in Paris (concluded) [Illustrated]; Sick-Room and Nursery—
                blisters, leeches, poultices; The Teeth:  How to Preserve and Beautify—
                milk teeth, structure of teeth, types of teeth; Miscellaneous—stiffness 
                to collars, to make blancmange, to make potted beef, a good shaving 
                paste, cabbage salad, Victoria buns, fig pudding, boiling cauliflower, 
                adhesive composition, to clean leather, rice cake, cheap pudding         365
           
Details of Roasting—pork, rolled beef or mutton, sucking-pig, poultry 
                with white meat, geese and ducks, white ducks, wigeon and teal, hare, 
                rabbits; Sick-Room and Nursery—night watching, admissions of 
                visitors; The Teeth:  How to Preserve and Beautify—decayed teeth 
                and toothache, tooth drawing, etc.; Miscellaneous—to color eggs, to
                make a scent resembling violets, cure for the cramp [in the leg] [poem], 
                to remove stains from the hands, to destroy bugs, receipt for chocolate 
                drops, a simple remedy for foot sprains, fried cucumber, diarrhoea; 
                Contributed Receipts—spunge pudding, light bread pudding, mush or 
                Virginia pudding, pie crust, cookies without eggs, kisses or drop 
                cakes, rice cake                                                                                450
           
Directions for Preserving Fruits, etc.—Observations on preserving, to 
                clarify sugar for preserving, to keep preserves, to preserve 
                strawberries, to preserve strawberries whole, to preserve 
                strawberries or raspberries for creams or ices without boiling, 
                strawberries stewed for tarts, to preserve strawberries in wine, 
                currants preserved, currant jelly, currant jelly without cooking, red 
                or white currant jam, green currant jam, to dry currants for dessert, 
                raspberries, raspberry jam, gooseberries preserved, to keep red 
                gooseberries, to preserve rhubarb, fine rhubarb jam, cherries 
                preserved, to dry cherries, to preserve oranges or lemons in jelly, to 
                keep oranges or lemons for pastry; Fruits, Pies, Puffs, Puddings, 
                etc.—apple pie, pippin tarts, rhubarb pie or tart, apple puffs, lemon 
                puffs, custard pudding, curd pudding, cocoa-nut pudding; The Teeth:  
   
             How to Preserve and Beautify—the loosening of the teeth, preserving 
                or stopping the teeth; Miscellaneous—borax in washing, to clean 
                paint, sweeping carpets, preventing flannels from shrinking, to take 
                stains out of table linen, etc., ink stains, mildew, iron moults, to keep 
                silk and velvet, how to extract the bitter quality from yeast, for a 
                beautiful and permanent red ink                                                        556
Retrospection, by G. H. S. Hull [poem]                                                           156
Returned, by Annie Fraust (Illustrated) [fiction]                                              333
Rhymings for the Night, by Fannie Stevens Bruce [poem]                                  60
Rising in the World, by Emma Linley [fiction]                                                   423
Rural Cottage (Illustrated) [with plans]                                                             363, 452
Sachet, or Scent Bag (Illustrated)                                                                    491, 551
Sampler Ornaments for Our Little Friends (Illustrated)                                     547
Scallop for Flannel (Illustrated)                                                                        166
Seraphina, by W. H. Drake [poem]                                                                    61
Shadows of Beams, by Charlotte A. Stuart [poem]                                         349
Social Charities, by Alice B. Haven      [fiction]                                                 433
Social Games   [Proverbs, Acting Rhymes, Cock and Bull Story]                      322
Sonnet—Millenium, by William Alexander [poem]                                           544
Stanzas, by Cassie Calderwood [poem]                                                           143
Stanzas, by Harriet N. Havens [poem]                                                            347
Strawberry Emery Cushion (Illustrated)                                                           549
Street Music (Illustrated)                                                                                     1
St. Valentine’s Day, by Virginia De Forrest [fiction]                                        125
The Angel Hand, by Mary L. Lawson [poem]                                                  348
The Art of Ornamental Hair-work (Illustrated)                        
   
         Applications of Hair-Work; Apparatus—Hair, Thread, Bobbins            123
           
Frame; Arranging the Strands; Balance; Moulds; Finishing the Work; 
                Boiling the Work                                                                               218
           
Elastic; General Directions; No. 1—Round Chain Plait                          357
           
No. 2—Square Chain Plait; No. 3—Two-Ribbed Spiral Chain Plait; 
                No. 4—Four-Ribbed Spiral Chain Plait                                            455
           
No. 5—Twisted Chain Plait; No. 6—Inlaid Spiral Chain Plait               551
The Bells of St. Joseph, by F. H. Stauffer [poem]                                            451
The Betty, by Pattie Parsley [fiction]                                                               249
The Broken Vase, by T. S. Arthur [fiction]                                                       444
The Brothers, by Mary Graham [fiction]                                                          209
The Deserted Cottage, by Carrie [poem]                                                         450
The Embroidered Handkerchief, by Mary W. Janvrin [fiction]                          312
The Invalid’s Journey, by Mary A. Rice [poem]                                                347
The Lambs of the Flock, by Lillian [poem]                                                       252
The Lament of Winter, by G. W. B. Hassinger [poem]                                      448
The Lips                                                                                                           512
The Mask of Plaster, by Helen Hamilton [poem]                                             542
The Philosophy of Rain                                                                                     217
The Picture, by Carrie Calderwood [poem]                                                     450
The Pleasant Month of May [poem]                                                                  451
The Portrait, translated from the French, by Anne T. Wilbur [fiction]                 418
The Present, by S. P. Bryan, M. D. [poem]                                                      542
The Rain Spirits, by Flora Wildwood [poem]                                                   156
The Secret Minister, from an Unpublished Journal [US minister to France,
            1778]                                                                                                   343
The Self-Supporting Tournure (Illustrated)                                                       166
The Song of the Hat, by Alvira S******* [poem]                                             528
The Story of a Carpet, by Alice B. Haven [fiction]                                            531
The Stricken Household, by Charles Stewart [poem]                                       449
The Sweet and Lonely Glen, by Norman W. Bridge [poem]                             542
The Three Pictures, by Nilla [poem]                                                                 158
The Unexpected Visitor (Illustrated) [fiction—make-shift furniture]                     13
The Weeping Sowers                                                                                       346
The Wild Rose, by Harwood G. Robertson [poem]                                           60
They Think I Have No Heart, by N. C. W. [poem]                                            253
Thinking, Ever Thinking, by Carrie Calderwood [poem]                                   347
Thy Will be Done, by Harriet E. Francis [poem]                                             252
Tidy in Darned Netting (Illustrated)                                                                  263
Toilet Cover or Tidy (Illustrated) [crochet]                                                      488, 550
Toilet-Table Drapery (Illustrated)                                                                    299, 354
To My Mute Friend, Marianna [poem]                                                              349
To-Night, by Myrta May [poem]                                                                      450
“Too Late the Vow,” by Nilla [poem]                                                                 61
To Sorrow, by Willie E. Pabor [poem]                                                            349
To the Comet, by Robert G. Allison [poem]                                                     450
Trimming for Petticoats, in Broderie Anglaise (Illustrated)                                 491
Trussing Poultry for Roasting (Illustrated)                                                           75, 171
Tudor Cottage and Plan (Illustrated)                                                                  63
Twilight Musings, by Arabella Jennings [poem]                                               253
Two Epitaphs, by F. H. Stauffer [poem]                                                          253
Two Sides to the Picture, by Alice B. Haven [fiction]                                        135
Unconstant, by Clara Augusta [poem]                                                             448
Undersleeves (Illustrated)                                                                    64, 160, 256, 352, 454, 546
Vandyke Bracelet (Illustrated) [beads]                                                            457
Verna Capel, by Helen Hamilton [poem]                                                         155
When First I Gazed, by Finley Johnson [poem]                                                 62
Where is My Home? By Lily Lea [poem]                                                         251
Where is the Friend for Whom We Pine? By Hattie Boomer Barber [poem]    157
Winter:  or, Jessie, the Lame Girl, by Annie Fraust (Illustrated) [fiction]          144
Who is the Widow Polly Lee?  A Sketch, By Patience Perkins (late Price)
   
         [fiction]                                                                                                   56
Young Brecken’s Wooing, by Paul Laurie [poem]                                           253