The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858 A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858 A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics

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  • THE
  • ATLANTIC MONTHLY.
    • A MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND POLITICS.
      • VOL. II.—DECEMBER, 1858.—NO. XIV.
    • VOL. II.—DECEMBER, 1858.—NO. XIV.
    • THE IDEAL TENDENCY.
    • THE HOUR BEFORE DAWN.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • THE SKATER.
    • THOMAS JEFFERSON.[1]
      • [Concluded.]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Concluded.]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • A BUNDLE OF IRISH PENNANTS.
    • THE JOLLY MARINER:
      • A BALLAD.
    • A BALLAD.
    • SUGGESTIONS.
      • AFFAIRS.
      • AFFINITIES.
      • AFTER THE BATTLE.
      • APPLAUSE.
      • ARTISTS.
      • AUTHORS.
      • AN AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK.
      • BOOKS.
      • CAUSE AND EFFECT.
      • CHEERFULNESS.
      • COWARDS.
      • CRITICISM.
      • CULTURE.
      • DEATH.
      • DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
      • DIFFICULTIES.
      • DISGUST.
      • EARNESTNESS.
      • EDUCATION OF THE SEXES.
      • EMERSON'S ESSAYS.
      • ENGLISHMEN.
      • EXAMPLE.
      • EXCITEMENT COUNTERVAILS PAIN.
      • FACT AND FANCY.
      • FINE HOUSES.
      • FINE LADIES.
      • FUTURE LIFE
      • GREAT MEN.
      • HABITS.
      • HEROISM.
      • IDEAS.
      • INSTITUTIONS.
      • LAWYERS.
      • LEADERSHIP.
      • LET THE RIGHT PREVAIL.
      • LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
      • LOVERS' DIFFERENCES.
      • WHAT LOVE PROVES.
      • MAGNANIMITY.
      • MANHOOD.
      • MEAN MEN.
      • METHODS OF THE ENTERPRISING.
      • MILITARY SCHOOLS.
      • NATURE AND ART.
      • NEWSPAPERS.
      • NON-COMMUNICANTS.
      • OPINIONS.
      • POETS AND POETRY.
      • POPULAR ASPIRANTS.
      • PRAISE.
      • PRIDE.
      • PROVERBS.
      • PUBLIC MEN.
      • MANNERS OF REFORMERS.
      • REQUESTS.
      • RICH AND POOR.
      • RICH TO EXCESS.
      • RULE OR RUIN.
      • SANS PEUR.
      • SLIGHTS.
      • SOCIAL REGENERATION.
      • SPEAKERS.
      • SPEAKING AND TALKING.
      • SPEECH.
      • PREVAILING STYLES.
      • SUNDAY.
      • THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
      • TOBACCO.
      • TRADE-LIFE.
      • TRUTH-SEEKERS.
      • UGLY MEN.
      • THE WALK.
      • WINE.
      • WISDOM.
      • WOMEN AS JUDGES OF CHARACTER.
      • AVERAGE WORTH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • AFFAIRS.
    • AFFINITIES.
    • AFTER THE BATTLE.
    • APPLAUSE.
    • ARTISTS.
    • AUTHORS.
    • AN AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK.
    • BOOKS.
    • CAUSE AND EFFECT.
    • CHEERFULNESS.
    • COWARDS.
    • CRITICISM.
    • CULTURE.
    • DEATH.
    • DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
    • DIFFICULTIES.
    • DISGUST.
    • EARNESTNESS.
    • EDUCATION OF THE SEXES.
    • EMERSON'S ESSAYS.
    • ENGLISHMEN.
    • EXAMPLE.
    • EXCITEMENT COUNTERVAILS PAIN.
    • FACT AND FANCY.
    • FINE HOUSES.
    • FINE LADIES.
    • FUTURE LIFE
    • GREAT MEN.
    • HABITS.
    • HEROISM.
    • IDEAS.
    • INSTITUTIONS.
    • LAWYERS.
    • LEADERSHIP.
    • LET THE RIGHT PREVAIL.
    • LIGHTS AND SHADOWS.
    • LOVERS' DIFFERENCES.
    • WHAT LOVE PROVES.
    • MAGNANIMITY.
    • MANHOOD.
    • MEAN MEN.
    • METHODS OF THE ENTERPRISING.
    • MILITARY SCHOOLS.
    • NATURE AND ART.
    • NEWSPAPERS.
    • NON-COMMUNICANTS.
    • OPINIONS.
    • POETS AND POETRY.
    • POPULAR ASPIRANTS.
    • PRAISE.
    • PRIDE.
    • PROVERBS.
    • PUBLIC MEN.
    • MANNERS OF REFORMERS.
    • REQUESTS.
    • RICH AND POOR.
    • RICH TO EXCESS.
    • RULE OR RUIN.
    • SANS PEUR.
    • SLIGHTS.
    • SOCIAL REGENERATION.
    • SPEAKERS.
    • SPEAKING AND TALKING.
    • SPEECH.
    • PREVAILING STYLES.
    • SUNDAY.
    • THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
    • TOBACCO.
    • TRADE-LIFE.
    • TRUTH-SEEKERS.
    • UGLY MEN.
    • THE WALK.
    • WINE.
    • WISDOM.
    • WOMEN AS JUDGES OF CHARACTER.
    • AVERAGE WORTH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BULLS AND BEARS.
      • CHAPTER I
        • THE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION, AND WHAT CAME OF IT.
      • THE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION, AND WHAT CAME OF IT.
      • CHAPTER II.
        • SHOWING HOW MUCH IT SOMETIMES COSTS TO BE THOUGHT CHARITABLE.
      • SHOWING HOW MUCH IT SOMETIMES COSTS TO BE THOUGHT CHARITABLE.
      • CHAPTER III.
        • CONTAINING SOME CONFESSIONS NOT INTENDED FOR THE PUBLIC EAR.
      • CONTAINING SOME CONFESSIONS NOT INTENDED FOR THE PUBLIC EAR.
      • CHAPTER IV.
        • CONCERNING CONSTANCY AND THE AFFINITIES.
      • CONCERNING CONSTANCY AND THE AFFINITIES.
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION, AND WHAT CAME OF IT.
    • THE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION, AND WHAT CAME OF IT.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • SHOWING HOW MUCH IT SOMETIMES COSTS TO BE THOUGHT CHARITABLE.
    • SHOWING HOW MUCH IT SOMETIMES COSTS TO BE THOUGHT CHARITABLE.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • CONTAINING SOME CONFESSIONS NOT INTENDED FOR THE PUBLIC EAR.
    • CONTAINING SOME CONFESSIONS NOT INTENDED FOR THE PUBLIC EAR.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • CONCERNING CONSTANCY AND THE AFFINITIES.
    • CONCERNING CONSTANCY AND THE AFFINITIES.
    • SPIRITS IN PRISON.[3]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PUNCH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE SUBJECTIVE OF IT.
    • ALL'S WELL.
    • THE BIRDS OF THE PASTURE AND FOREST.
      • SONG OF THE WOOD-SPARROW.
      • SONG OF THE CHEWINK.
      • SONG OF THE GREEN WARBLER.
      • SONG OF THE WOOD-THRUSH.
      • SONG OF THE VEERY.
      • SONG OF THE RED MAVIS.
      • NOTE OF THE PEWEE.
      • SONG OF THE BLUE-BIRD.
    • SONG OF THE WOOD-SPARROW.
    • SONG OF THE CHEWINK.
    • SONG OF THE GREEN WARBLER.
    • SONG OF THE WOOD-THRUSH.
    • SONG OF THE VEERY.
    • SONG OF THE RED MAVIS.
    • NOTE OF THE PEWEE.
    • SONG OF THE BLUE-BIRD.
    • THE MINISTER'S WOOING.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE AUTOCRAT GIVES A BREAKFAST TO THE PUBLIC.
      • SPEECH OF THE AUTOCRAT.
      • A Poem from the Autocrat's Lose Papers.
        • AVIS.
      • AVIS.
    • SPEECH OF THE AUTOCRAT.
    • A Poem from the Autocrat's Lose Papers.
      • AVIS.
    • AVIS.
    • LITERARY NOTICES.
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