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Continental Monthly , Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy.   By:

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Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy, edited by Various, offers readers a fascinating glimpse into the literary and political landscape of the United States during a crucial period in its history. As the title suggests, this edition of the Continental Monthly delves into a variety of topics, with a specific focus on literature and its intersection with national policy.

One of the standout features of this collection is the breadth and diversity of its contributors. With different writers showcasing their perspectives on a range of subjects, readers are treated to a rich tapestry of ideas and opinions. From political discourse to literary analysis, this volume offers a comprehensive exploration of the issues and themes that were prominent during the mid-19th century.

The inclusion of literary pieces in this publication is a testament to its commitment to fostering intellectual and creative growth. Poems, short stories, and essays adorn its pages, showcasing the talent and craftsmanship of a wide array of writers. These literary works not only provide entertainment but also offer valuable insights into the prevailing sentiments and concerns of the era. They reflect the social, political, and cultural intricacies that shaped American society during that period.

The emphasis on national policy is another compelling aspect of this collection. Various pieces in the book engage with and analyze the vital political issues of the time, such as slavery, the Civil War, and the nation's progress towards unity. These articles serve as important historical documents that shed light on the debates and discussions that took place during this turbulent era.

While the collection provides valuable insights into the period, it is worth noting that some texts may reflect the biases and opinions of the time. Readers should approach the material with the understanding that it represents a specific perspective rather than an objective truth. However, this only adds to the historical and academic value of the publication, as it allows modern readers to understand the complexities and nuances of the past.

Overall, Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy is a captivating read for anyone interested in exploring the literary and political climate of the mid-19th century United States. Its diverse range of articles, essays, and creative works, coupled with its commitment to addressing national policy, makes it a valuable resource for historians, scholars, and avid readers alike.

First Page:

THE

CONTINENTAL MONTHLY:

DEVOTED TO

Literature and National Policy.

VOL. VI. JULY, 1864. NO. I.

New York:

JOHN F. TROW, 50 GREENE STREET,

(FOR THE PROPRIETORS.)

1864.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864, by

JOHN F. TROW,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.

JOHN F. TROW, PRINTER, STEREOTYPER, AND ELECTROTYPER. 50 Greene street, New York.

Transcriber's note: Obvious printer errors have been corrected. All other inconstencies in spelling or punctuation are as in the original.

AN ARMY: ITS ORGANIZATION AND MOVEMENTS.

SECOND PAPER.

Having, in the preceding paper, described the general organization[1] of an army, we proceed to give a succinct account of some of the principal staff departments, in their relations to the troops.

Army organization notwithstanding the world has always been engaged in military enterprises is of comparatively recent institution. Many of the principles of existing military systems date no farther back than to Frederic the Great, of Prussia, and many were originated by Napoleon... Continue reading book >>




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