Item #587 The Southern Review. etal Albert Bledsoe.

The Southern Review.

Baltimore: John Cox, 1869. First. Wraps. Poor, but readable. Covers missing and a homemade one attached. Pages wrinkled, missing small pieces, etc. Surprisingly, the text of all articles are unscathed and in excellent condition. / None. Item #587

Full of fun to read ads front and back. Has some interesting articles. Among these a long dissertation by the famed English philosopher John Stuart Mills on liberty. Another on women and art where the author today would be stoned – “Women’s tendencies do not bear upon a path of what we call genius—they do not tend toward ambition but to ease—only a disappointed woman turns to art, and many, many more! There is a good 26 page article on the Battle of Gettysburg.


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