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The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0003, Issue 1 January 1863: The Continental Monthly

By J.R. Gilmore

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Title: The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0003, Issue 1 January 1863: The Continental Monthly  
Author: J.R. Gilmore
Volume: Volume 3
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:
1863
Publisher: J.R. Gilmore

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Gilmore, J. (1863). The Continental Monthly : Devoted to Literature and National Policy, Volume 0003, Issue 1 January 1863. 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:Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. i-vi -- The Huguenots of New Rochelle Hon. G. P. Disosway, pp. 1-7 -- Maccaroni and Canvas Henry P. Leland, pp. 7-23 -- Thought pp. 23-25 -- It Still Moves' pp. 25-26 -- The Consequences of the Rebellion Hon. F. P. Stanton, pp. 26-40 -- 'I', or, Summer in the City pp. 40-47 -- The Ivy Charles Godfrey Leland, pp. 47-54 -- The Mishaps of Miss Hobbs William L. Williams, pp. 54-68 -- The Union Hon. Robert J. Walker, pp. 68-78 -- Promise Edward S. Rand, pp. 78-79 -- American Destiny John Stahl Patterson, pp. 79-99 -- Was He Successful? Richard B. Kimball, pp. 99-104 -- Vates pp. 104-105 -- The Physical Survey of New York Harbor and Its Approaches Assistant U. S. Coast Survey Henry Mitchell, pp. 105-110 -- An Englishman in South Carolina pp. 110-117 -- Pen, Pallet, and Piano pp. 117-122 -- Literary Notices: The Slave Power; its Character, Career, and Probable Designs. By J. E. Cairnes, M.A. pp. 122-125 -- Literary Notices: Les Miserables. No. IV. By Victor Hugo pp. 125 -- Literary Notices: Abel Drake's Wife. By John Saunders pp. 125-126 -- Editor's Table: Editor's Table pp. 126-128D

 
 


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