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The Continental Monthly, Volume 1, Issue 3, March 1862

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1862
Language: English
Wordcount: 87,851 / 264 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 62
LoC Category: AP
Downloads: 493
Added to site: 2005.02.28
mnybks.net#: 9849
Genre: Periodical
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reduced us ere the war begun, and then let them moderate their cries. It will all be done; but the programme is a tremendous one, and the future of the most glorious country on earth requires that it shall be done thoroughly, and that no risks shall be taken.

But, beyond all the aid which is to be expected from a counter-revolution in the South, to be drawn from the 'Alleghania' region, there is one of vast importance, insisted upon in a series of articles published during the past year in the New York Knickerbocker Magazine, and which may be appropriately reconsidered in this connection. Should the government of the United States, by one or more victories, obtain even a temporary sway over the South, it will only rest with itself to produce a powerful counter-revolution even in those districts which are blackest with slavery. Let it, when the time shall seem fit,--and we urge no undue haste, and no premature meddling with the present plans or programme of those in power,--simply

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