AM banner

The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 3, Issue 6, June 1863
Previous issue | Next issue

Notes: Page images are mounted at Cornell University Library.
The text viewable for this collection was generated from the page images by optical character recognition (OCR). No corrections have been applied. [More about text]

  • The Value of the Union, 633-642.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • A Merchant's Story, 642-657.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • May Morning', 657-659.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Navy of the United States, 659-667.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Three Modern Romances, 667-674.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Mill on Liberty, 674-687.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Cloud and Sunshine, 687-688.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • 'Is There Anything in It?', 688-694.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Confederation and the Nation, 694-698.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Reason, Rhyme, and Rhythm, 698-703.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Buccaneers of America, 703-714.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Virginia, 714-715.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Visit to the National Academy of Design, 715-719.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Was He Successful?, 719-727.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • How Mr. Lincoln Became an Abolitionist, 727-730.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Cost of a Trip to Europe, and how to go Cheaply, 730-734.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Touching the Soul, 734-744.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Chaplain Fuller: Being a Life-Sketch of a New England Clergyman and Army Chaplain. By Richard F. Fuller, 744-745.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • A First Latin Course. By William Smith, LL.D., 745.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • A Text-Book of Penmanship, containing all the established rules and principles of the art. By H. W. Ellsworth, 745.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Annette; or, the Lady of the Pearls. By Alexander Dumas. Translated by Mrs. W. R. A. Johnson, 745.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Political Fallacies: An Examination of the False Assumptions, and Refutation of the Sophistical Reasoning, which have brought on this Civil War. By George Junkin, D.D., LL.D., 745-747.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Editor's Table, 747-758.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information


  • Return to Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy.
    Return to List of Periodical Titles
    Return to The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals