THE ROBERT E. COWAN COLLECTION
1'RKSKNTKH TO THK
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
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VOL. 3. / No. i
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY.
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No. i. JULY, 1869.
A RUINED STATE,
THE 'CRUISE OF THE " MONADNOCK," No. i. . . X 5
CHINESE "FUNERAL BAKED MEATS,"
THE MAN WITH A HOLE IN HIS HEAD, 3
THE CALIFORNIA GRAY, . . ,
UNDER THE CLOUD, 4<>
WHAT OUR UNIVERSITY SHOULD TEACH,
FAITH, . 59
AMONG THE CLOUDS,
HOLY WEEK AT ROME,
THE REAL ESTATE MANIA,
THE LAST TIE, 77
A LADY'S TRIP TO HAWAII,
THE WATER- WITCH, 94
CURRENT LITERATURE, ....
Adventures in the Wilderness, or Camp Life in the Adirondacks-The Trapper's Guide Alice's Adven-
tures in Wonderland The Villa on the Rhine Breaking a Butterfly, or Blanch Ellershe s Ending.
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY.
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Affair of the Villa A , The W. J. Stillman 230
After Dark Newton Booth 132
Among the Clouds Albert S. Evans 60
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AA Week in Mendocino W. C. Bartlett 282
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Legend of San Juan de los Lagos Louise M. Palmer 509
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Manifest Destiny in the West Mrs. F. F. Victor 148
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Minna's Betrothal Rev. J. L. Ver Mehr, D.D 544
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South- Western Slang Mr. Socrates Hyacinth 125
Story of Herman, The Lloyd P. Smith 215
Tea Leaves W.M. Tileston 539
Tennessee's Partner Fr. Bret Harte 360
The King of Clear Lake Wm. Wirt Pendegras 529
Those Americans H. D. Jenkins 534
Trinita di'Monte H. D. Jenkins 144
* Under Fire Gen. John Ames 432
; Un Pasear en Grande Albert S. Evans 335
Vernon ; or, Mulberry Leaves George F. Emery 184
Water-Witch, The George F. Emery 94
4 What our University should Teach Rev. J. D. Beugless 49
White Pine Wm. T. E. Pritchard 209
Why She Never Married Charley Alice Gary 312
Ballad to the King Stephen Powers 373
Coyote Fr. Bret Harte 93
Crowned W. A. Kendall 124
Exile Charles Warren Stoddard 341
Expectation Charles Warren Stoddard 500
Faith Edgar Faivcett 59
Fortune in the Daisy, The Phoebe Cary 446
Grizzly Fr. Bret Harte 270
Her Letter Jefferson Brick 567
I can not Count my Life a Loss Ina D. Coolbrith 354
Mountain Heart's- Ease, The Fr. Bret Harte 478
Nevada Mrs. F. F. Victor 523
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Sufficient Ina D. Coolbrith 236
The Coming Ina D. Coolbrith 177
Portala's Cross Fr. Bret Harte 159
Under the Cloud Rev. Charles G. Ames 48
Ungathered Ina D.HCoolbritk 420
Adventures in the Wilderness, or Camp Life in the Adirondacks (Murray) 100
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll) 102
Biographical Sketches (Harriet Martineau) 200
Black Forest Village Stories (Berthold Auerbach) 296
Breaking a Butterfly, or Blanch Ellerslie's Ending 103
By- Ways of Europe (Bayard Taylor) 195
Gates Ajar, The (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps) 292
Hans Breitmann About Town, and other Ballads (Charles G. Leland) 196
Henry Crabb Robinson's Diary (Dr. T. Sadler) 486
How Lisa Loved the King (George Eliot) 198
Italy, Florence, and Venice (H. Taine) 389
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Men, Women, and Ghosts (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps) 292
Norman Leslie (Theodore S. Fay) : 581
Oldtown Folks (Harriet Beecher Stowe) 390
Our New Way Round the World (Charles Carleton Coffin) 391
Problematic Characters (Fredrich Spielhagen) 580
Reminiscences of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Elise Polko) 197
Stretton (Henry Kingsley) 390
The Brawnville Papers (Moses Coit Tyler) v 199
The Ingham Papers (Edward E. Hale) 198
The Literature of the Age of Elizabeth (Edwin P. Whipple) 582
The Man Who Laughs (Victor Hugo) 487
The New West, or California in 1867 and 1868 (Charles Loring Brace) 193
The Vagabonds, and other Poems (John Townsend Trowbridge) 580
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Villa on the Rhine, The (Berthold Auerbach) 102
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