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The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 1, July, 1862   By:

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Cornell University Library produced this volume to preserve the informational content of the deteriorated original. The best available copy of the original has been used to create this digital copy. It was scanned bitonally at 600 dots per inch resolution and compressed prior to storage using ITU Group 4 compression. Conversion of this material to digital files was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Digital file copyright by Cornell University Library 1995.

This volume has been scanned as part of The Making of America Project, a cooperative endeavor undertaken to preserve and enhance access to historical material from the nineteenth century.

CORNELL

UNIVERSITY

LIBRARY

FROM

Charles William Wason

THE

CONTINENTAL MONTHLY.

DEVOTED TO

Literature and National Policy.

VOL. II.

JULY DECEMBER, 1862.

New York: JOHN F. TROW, 50 GREENE STREET. (FOR THE PROPRIETORS).

1862.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862, by

JOHN F. TROW,

For 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, 48 & 50 Greene Street, New York.

ENTERED, according to an Act of Congress, in the year 1882 by JAMES B. GILMORE, in the Clerk of the Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.

JOHN A. GRAY PRINTER

The Continental Monthly:

Devoted to Literature and National Policy.

CONTENTS. No. VII

What shall be the end? 1 Bone Ornaments, 5 The Molly O'Molly Papers. No. V., 6 Glances from the Senate Gallery, 10 Maccaroni and Canvas. No. V., 14 For the Hour of Triumph, 26 In Transitu, 27 Among the Pines, 28 Was He Successful? 48 Newbern as it was and is, 58 Our Brave Times, 62 The Crisis and the Parties, 65 I Wait, 69 Taking the Census, 70 The Peloponnesus in March, 74 Adonium, 82 Polytechnic Institutes, 83 Slavery and Nobility vs. Democracy, 89 Watching the Stag, 105 Literary Notices, 106 Editor's Table, 109

SLAVERY AND NOBILITY vs. DEMOCRACY.

This article, written by a gentleman who, for fifteen years, was one of the most prominent citizens of Texas, will be found worthy of most attentive perusal.

WATCHING THE STAG

An unfinished Poem by FITZ JAMES O'BRIEN, we give as it came wet from the pen of its lamented author.

INDEX TO VOLUME II.

PAGE Among the Pines. Edmund Kirke, 28, 127 An Englishman in South Carolina, 689 Adorium, 82 A True Romance. Isabella McFarlane, 190 A Physician's Story, 667 Astor and the Capitalists of New York. W. Frothingham, 207 A Merchant's Story. Edmund Kirke, 232, 328, 451, 560, 719 American Student Life, 266 Author Borrowing, 285 Anthony Trollope on America, 302 A Military Nation. Charles G. Leland, 453 A Southern Review. Charles G. Leland, 466 Aurora. Hon. Horace Greeley, 622

Bone Ornaments. Charles G. Leland, 5

Cambridge and its Colleges, 662 Corn is King, 237

Editor's Table, 109, 241, 369, 481, 638, 750 Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Two, U.S. Johnson, 442

For the Hour of Triumph, 26 Flower Arranging, 444

Glances from the Senate Gallery. G.W. Towle, 10, 154 Gold. Hon. E.J. Walker, 743

Helter Skelter Papers, 175 Hopeful Tackett. Richard Wolcott, 262 Huguenots of New York City. Hon. G.P. Disosway, 193 Henry Thomas Buckle, 253

In Transitu, 27 I Wait, 69

John McDonogh. Alexander Walker, 165 John Bull to Jonathan, 265 John Neil, 295

La Vie Poetique, 679 Literary Notices, 106, 238, 866, 478, 636, 747 London Fogs and London Poor, 404

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