The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 2, August, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
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The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 2, August, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

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  • THE
  • CONTINENTAL MONTHLY:
    • DEVOTED TO
    • LITERATURE AND NATIONAL POLICY.
      • Vol. IV.—AUGUST, 1863.—No. II.
    • Vol. IV.—AUGUST, 1863.—No. II.
    • Contents
    • OUR FUTURE.
    • GOD'S HARP.
      • FROM AN UNWRITTEN POEM.
    • FROM AN UNWRITTEN POEM.
    • AUTUMN LEAVES.
    • ACROSS MAINE IN MID-WINTER.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DIARY OF FRANCES KRASINSKA;
      • OR, LIFE IN POLAND DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
    • OR, LIFE IN POLAND DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
    • THE SLEEPING PERI.
      • LINES SUGGESTED BY PALMER'S STATUE.
    • LINES SUGGESTED BY PALMER'S STATUE.
    • MY LOST DARLING.
    • REASON, RHYME, AND RHYTHM.
      • CHAPTER IV.—UNITY.
        • The Divine Attributes, the base of all true Art.
      • The Divine Attributes, the base of all true Art.
    • CHAPTER IV.—UNITY.
      • The Divine Attributes, the base of all true Art.
    • The Divine Attributes, the base of all true Art.
    • THE BUCCANEERS OF AMERICA.
      • II.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • II.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • UNDER THE PALMETTO.
      • ON THE PLANTATIONS.
        • HOME LIFE OF THE FREEDMEN.
        • FREE LABOR.
        • RELIGION OF THE FREEDMEN.
        • NEGRO 'SHOUTS' AND SHOUT SONGS.
        • SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION AMONG THE FREEDMEN.
        • IN CAMP.
      • HOME LIFE OF THE FREEDMEN.
      • FREE LABOR.
      • RELIGION OF THE FREEDMEN.
      • NEGRO 'SHOUTS' AND SHOUT SONGS.
      • SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION AMONG THE FREEDMEN.
      • IN CAMP.
    • ON THE PLANTATIONS.
      • HOME LIFE OF THE FREEDMEN.
      • FREE LABOR.
      • RELIGION OF THE FREEDMEN.
      • NEGRO 'SHOUTS' AND SHOUT SONGS.
      • SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION AMONG THE FREEDMEN.
      • IN CAMP.
    • HOME LIFE OF THE FREEDMEN.
    • FREE LABOR.
    • RELIGION OF THE FREEDMEN.
    • NEGRO 'SHOUTS' AND SHOUT SONGS.
    • SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION AMONG THE FREEDMEN.
    • IN CAMP.
    • A SPIRIT'S REPROACH.
    • JEFFERSON DAVIS AND REPUDIATION.
      • LETTER OF HON. ROBERT J. WALKER.
    • LETTER OF HON. ROBERT J. WALKER.
    • EVERGREEN BEAUTY.
    • DYING IN THE HOSPITAL.
    • LITERARY NOTICES.
    • BOOKS RECEIVED.
    • EDITOR'S TABLE.
      • AGRICULTURE AND WAR.
        • THE EARTH AND THE AIR.
        • WE'RE NOT TIRED OF FIGHTING YET!
        • THE
      • THE EARTH AND THE AIR.
      • WE'RE NOT TIRED OF FIGHTING YET!
      • THE
    • AGRICULTURE AND WAR.
      • THE EARTH AND THE AIR.
      • WE'RE NOT TIRED OF FIGHTING YET!
      • THE
    • THE EARTH AND THE AIR.
    • WE'RE NOT TIRED OF FIGHTING YET!
    • THE
    • Continental Monthly.
      • TERMS TO CLUBS.
        • PAID IN ADVANCE.
        • SINGLE COPIES.
      • PAID IN ADVANCE.
      • SINGLE COPIES.
      • EQUAL TO ANY IN THE WORLD!!!
        • MAY BE PROCURED
      • MAY BE PROCURED
    • TERMS TO CLUBS.
      • PAID IN ADVANCE.
      • SINGLE COPIES.
    • PAID IN ADVANCE.
    • SINGLE COPIES.
    • EQUAL TO ANY IN THE WORLD!!!
      • MAY BE PROCURED
    • MAY BE PROCURED
    • At FROM $8 to $12 PER ACRE,
      • Near Markets, Schools, Railroads, Churches, and all the blessings of Civilization.
        • ILLINOIS.
        • CLIMATE.
        • WHEAT, CORN, COTTON, TOBACCO.
        • THE ORDINARY YIELD
        • AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
        • STOCK RAISING.
        • CULTIVATION OF COTTON.
        • THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
        • CITIES, TOWNS, MARKETS, DEPOTS.
        • EDUCATION.
      • ILLINOIS.
      • CLIMATE.
      • WHEAT, CORN, COTTON, TOBACCO.
      • THE ORDINARY YIELD
      • AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
      • STOCK RAISING.
      • CULTIVATION OF COTTON.
      • THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
      • CITIES, TOWNS, MARKETS, DEPOTS.
      • EDUCATION.
      • PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT—ON LONG CREDIT.
        • 80 acres at $10 per acre, with interest at 6 per ct. annually on the following terms:
        • 40 acres, at $10 00 per acre;
        • THE
      • 80 acres at $10 per acre, with interest at 6 per ct. annually on the following terms:
      • 40 acres, at $10 00 per acre;
      • THE
    • Near Markets, Schools, Railroads, Churches, and all the blessings of Civilization.
      • ILLINOIS.
      • CLIMATE.
      • WHEAT, CORN, COTTON, TOBACCO.
      • THE ORDINARY YIELD
      • AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
      • STOCK RAISING.
      • CULTIVATION OF COTTON.
      • THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
      • CITIES, TOWNS, MARKETS, DEPOTS.
      • EDUCATION.
    • ILLINOIS.
    • CLIMATE.
    • WHEAT, CORN, COTTON, TOBACCO.
    • THE ORDINARY YIELD
    • AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS.
    • STOCK RAISING.
    • CULTIVATION OF COTTON.
    • THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
    • CITIES, TOWNS, MARKETS, DEPOTS.
    • EDUCATION.
    • PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT—ON LONG CREDIT.
      • 80 acres at $10 per acre, with interest at 6 per ct. annually on the following terms:
      • 40 acres, at $10 00 per acre;
      • THE
    • 80 acres at $10 per acre, with interest at 6 per ct. annually on the following terms:
    • 40 acres, at $10 00 per acre;
    • THE
    • CONTINENTAL
    • MONTHLY.
      • DEVOTED TO
      • Literature and National Policy.
        • SEPTEMBER, 1863.
      • SEPTEMBER, 1863.
    • DEVOTED TO
    • Literature and National Policy.
      • SEPTEMBER, 1863.
    • SEPTEMBER, 1863.
    • CONTENTS.—No. XXI.
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