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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 6, Issue 6, December 1864
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  • An Army: Its Organization and Movements, 601-610.
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  • Aenone: A Tale of Slave Life in Rome, 610-620.
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  • The Vision. Inscribed to Teachers to Contrabands in the South, 620-623.
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  • The Undivine Comedy - A Polish Drama. Dedicated to Mary, 623-632.
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  • Self-Sacrifice, 632-633.
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  • Shanghai: Its Streets, Shops, and People, 633-650.
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  • On Hearing a 'Trio, 650-651.
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  • The Ideal Man for Universal Imitation; or, the Sinless Perfection of Jesus. (A Positive Reply to Strauss and Renan), 651-664.
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  • Sketches of American Life and Scenery. VI. To Saranac and Back, 664-676.
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  • Tidings of Victory, 676-677.
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  • The Esthetics of the Root of All Evil, 677-685.
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  • Miracles, 685-686.
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  • Letter of Hon. R. J. Walker, In Favor of the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln, 686-705.
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  • Genius, 705-706.
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  • The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-64. By Horace Greeley, 706-707.
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  • Down in Tennessee, and Back By Way of Richmond. By Edmund Kirke, 707.
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  • Poems of the War. By George H. Boker, 707-708.
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  • Broken Lights: An Inquiry into the Present Condition and Future Prospects of Religious Faith. By Frances Power Cobbe, 708-709.
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  • Dramatic Personae. By Robert Browning, 709.
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  • Fireside Travels. By James Russell Lowell, 709-710.
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  • Simonson's Circular Zoological Chart. A Directory to the Study of the Animal Kingdom., 710-711.
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  • Editor's Table, 711-716.
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  • 'Cor Unum, Via Una.' God Bless Our Native Land, 716.
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