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] The Atlantic Monthly Volume Issue 49 (November ).pdf Health in the Hospital [pp. ] The Atlantic Monthly Volume Issue 50 (December ).pdf. extend far inland, like sharp friths, at each of whose heads several fine streams empty in,—almost a leafy archipelago.

But it oftener suggests land, and, as Dionysius and Pliny compared the form of the Morea to that of the leaf of the Oriental Plane-tree, so this leaf reminds me of some fair wild island in the ocean, whose extensive coast, alternate rounded.

The last day of was a busy one for Abraham Lincoln. Aside from his daily trudge to the War Office, which in the wake of recent Union army defeats in the East at Fredericksburg and in the West at Vicksburg (the first assault) had become even ghastlier in its dependable gloom, the commander-in-chief also had to make final preparations for his boldest measure so far, the Final Emancipation.

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The journal entries that serve as a starting point for the essay date from The lecture "Wild Apples" was first delivered in Februaryand the essay was first published in November in the Atlantic Monthly, posthumously. It was published in book form in Excursions (). The "Battle Hymn of the Republic", also known as "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory" outside of the United States, is a lyric by the abolitionist writer Julia Ward Howe using the music from the song "John Brown's Body".Howe's more famous lyrics were written in November and first published in The Atlantic Monthly in February The song links the judgment of the wicked at the end of the age.

Lincoln's famous greeting was reportedly uttered to Stowe during a meeting on December 2, But the quotation did not begin to appear in print until thirty-four years later, inthe year Stowe died. That year, the Atlantic Monthly published a piece by Annie Fields, wife of the popular magazine's publisher James Fields and a biographer of Stowe, who wrote, "It was left for others to.

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House of Representatives (–47).Born: November 7,Glasgow, Scotland, UK.