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The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0002, Issue 6 December 1862: The Continental Monthly

By J.R. Gilmore

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Title: The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0002, Issue 6 December 1862: The Continental Monthly  
Author: J.R. Gilmore
Volume: Volume 2
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals , Farming
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The Continental Monthly: devoted to literature and national policy Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1862
Publisher: J.R. Gilmore

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Gilmore, J. (1862). The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0002, Issue 6 December 1862. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


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Description: The Century Magazine was first published in the United States in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City as a successor to Scribner's Monthly Magazine.

Table of Contents
Table of Content:The Union. III. Hon. Robert J. Walker, pp. 641-657 -- Something We Have to Think or, and to Do C. S. Henry, LL.D., pp. 657-661 -- The Noble Dead pp. 661-662 -- Cambridge and Its College pp. 662-667 -- A Physician's Story pp. 667-678 -- The Tide pp. 678-679 -- La Vie Poetique pp. 679-682 -- The Ash Tree Charles G. Leland, pp. 682-688 -- The Drum pp. 688-689 -- An Englishman in South Carolina pp. 689-694 -- Who Beat? pp. 694-695 -- The Causes of the Rebellion Hon. F. P. Stanton, pp. 695-706 -- On Guard Private Secretary to President Lincoln John G. Nicolay, pp. 706-708 -- Railway Photographs Isabella McFarlane, pp. 708-714 -- The Obstacles to Peace. A Letter to an English Friend Hon. Horace Greeley, pp. 714-718 -- Thank God for All Chas. G Leland, pp. 718-719 -- A Merchant's Story Edmund Kirke, pp. 719-729 -- Enlisting! pp. 729-730 -- The Freed Men of the South Hon. F. P. Stanton, pp. 730-734 -- Was He Successful? Richard Kimball, pp. 734-742 -- All Right pp. 742-743 -- Gold Hon. Robert J. Walker, pp. 743-747 -- Literary Notices: The New Gymnastics for Men, Women, and Children. By Dio Lewis, M.D. pp. 747 -- Literary Notices: Eyes and Ears. By Henry Ward Beecher pp. 747 -- Literary Notices: Slavery in South Carolina, and the Ex-Slaves; or, The Port Royal Mission. By Mrs. A. M. French pp. 747-748 -- Literary Notices: Salome, the Daughter of Herodias. A Dramatic Poem pp. 748 -- Literary Notices: Life and Letters of Washington Irving. By Pierre M. Irving pp. 748-749 -- Literary Notices: Memoirs of the Rev. Nicholas Murray, D.D. (Kirwan). By Samuel Irenaus Prime pp. 749 -- Literary Notices: The Poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes pp. 749-750 -- Editor's Table: Editor's Table pp. 750-774

 
 


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