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The Land we love : a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military history, and agriculture.

Publisher: Charlotte, N.C. : J.P. Irwin & D.H. Hill, 1866-1869.
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : Microfiche : Master microform : English
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Additional Physical Format: Land we love : a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military history and agriculture
(OCoLC)1755521
Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 8059841
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche (neg.) Louisville, Ky. : Lost Cause Press, 1980. 36 microfiches. 10.5 x 15 cm.
Description: 6 volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Vol. 1 index: Address, Gov. Allen's Farewell to the people of Louisiana; Gen. Wise's; Adele St. Maur; Agricultural science; Animals, nutrition of; Badger, Hon. Geo, E., sketch of; social reminiscences of; Battle of Chickamauga, Gen. Breckenridge's report; Gen. Cleburne's report; Gen. D.H. Hill's report; Black Ram, the; Campaign, plan of for 1864; [Campaign] plan of operations for the spring of 1865; Cavalry, defence of the; Chat and clippings; Classic literature, decline of; Conceit, concerning; David, prison life of Jefferson; Editorial; Education; Elmsville and its hospital; Fact, an instructive; Farmers, English; Forrest, Lt. Gen. N.B.; Fruit culture, a few words on; Grapes, the best wine; Great Britain, rewards men of science and mechanical genius; Haversack, the; History, a fragment of Mexican; Hospital sketches, no. 1; Jackson, Lt. Gen. T.J., sketches of; [Jackson], wounding of; Jenkins, Brig. Gen. A.G.; Lion, and other beasts, the; Milton on his loss of sight; North Carolina, minerals of; [North Carolina], ornamental flowering trees, shrubs and creepers; Parents, hints to; Pickens, Gov. I., of Alabama; Price, Maj. Gen. Sterling, sketch of; Puritan peculiarities; Rebels, French treatment of; Review notices; Road-side stories; Romola, review of; Sad story, a; Scraps; Snow bound; South Carolina, the low country of; Southern homesteads [Vaucluse?]; Sympathy, mistaken; Washington; Wheat culture; Wooly head, the; Words, history in; [Words], the study of. Poetry: Acceptation; Anthem of heaven; Aesop again; Brown bridge, the; Christ, the coming of; Darling, somebody's; Daughter, a hero's; Dixie; Fig leaves, life's; Fight in the nameless isle, the; Flower of Catawba, the; Habits, bad; Helen, to; Idyl; Land we love, the; Lee, Gen. R.E., at the Battle of the Wilderness; Ligeia; Lines dedicated to those who have been Southern soldiers; [Lines] on the death of a daughter; Long ago, the; Mother, the, to her son in the trenches at Petersburg; Picture of Life, a; Regulus; Rosalie; Shells, gathering; Soldier's story, a one-armed; Tenth of May, the; Too late. Vol. II, Index: Address, farewell of General Hoke to his division; Agriculture, principles of; Animals, nutrition of; Barnwells of South Carolina; Battery Wagner, life in; Battle of Manassas, General Johnston's report of; Battle of Manassas, suppressed part of Gen. Beauregard's report of; Battle of Monocacy, General Gordon's report of; Book notices; Brown, John; Cavalry, Gen. Hampton's report of operations of; Cleburn, Maj. General P.R., sketch of; Clover, red; College Hospital in Gettysburg; Correspondence, New York; Cowper, William; Crusaders, the last of the; Editorial; Elise Beausoleil; Guano; Haversack, the; Hayne, Arthur P., sketch of; Hill, Lieut. General A.P., sketch of; Home on furlough; Lee, Lieut. Gen. Stephen D., sketch of; Maximilian and his empire; Mecklenburg County, sketch of; Milton, John; Morgan Raid into Indiana and Ohio, humors of the; Northern prison life; Perfect through suffering; Philanthropy, the crimes of; Polk, Bishop, sketches and anecdotes of; Revolution, anecdote of the; Richmond, en. Beauregard on the situation at; Road-side stories; Roanoke Valley; Sappony Church; General Hampton's report of engagement at; Soldier, the Texas; Sorrowful son, the; South Carolina, the low country of; South, enterprise and energy of the; South, the female writers of the; Southern Homesteads; Spain, twelve months in; Vine, culture of the; Virginia, mineral wealth of; Work. Poetry: All;s well; Andenken; Caesar and Cleopatra; Confederate dead; Confederate grey; Count Hugo; Cross, the; Faded; Faith, the victory of; First love; Grief; Holly and Cypress; In Dura catena; Lizette's lesson; Mary; oak leaves; Our dead; Page-brook; Prometheus vinctus; Rimmer; Rosalie, the little; Sages, search of the; Shak[e]speare at Hilton Head; Sic semper tyrannis; Sic transit; South, song of the; South, the sunny; Too proud to work; Two years ago; Wine on the lees. denken; Caesar. Vol. 3, Index: Afternoon, by Mrs Margaret J. Preston, Lexington, Virginia; Artist-work; Aunt Abby, by Mrs. Mary Bayard Clarke, of N.C.; Battle of King's Mountain, by D.J.G.M. Ramsey, historian of Tennessee; Book notices; Callista, by N.C. Kouns, Fulton, Missouri; Cavalry scouts, by Gen. Wade Hampton, of S.C.; Down into Devonshire, by John R. Thompson, of Va., Dramatic sketch, by Paul H. Hayne, Augusta, Ga.; Editorial; Educational interests of the South, by Wm. J. Sykes, Columbus, Mississippi; Egomet Ipse, by Fanny Downing, Charlotte, N.C.; Eyre Hall, by Fanny Fielding; Evenings in Parliament, by John R. Thompson, of Va.; Fort Motte, 1780, by a grand-daughter of Mrs. Motte; Gen. Beauregard's report of the Battle of Drury's Bluff; Horace and Juvenal, by ex-senator J.W. Wall, Burlington, New Jersey; Hosein, by J. Augustine Signaigo, Memphis, Tennessee; Humors of the Morgan Raid into Indiana and Ohio; In memory of Major T.M.N. ... by Dr. F.O. Ticknor, Columbus, Ga.; John Milton, by Prof. R.L. Dabney, of Va.; Leaves of plants, by Hon. H.W. Ravenel, of S.C.; Letter from New York, by John R. Thompson, of Va.; Love, by Mrs. Fanny Downing, Charlotte, N.C., Love's law; Mary Ashburton ... ; Memorial flowers by Mrs. Fanny Downing, Charlotte, N.C.; Mineral wealth of Virginia, by Prof. J.L. Campbell, Washington College, Va.; Miscellanea, by Prof. J.L. Campbell, Washington College, Va. Mizpah, by Phoenix; Mother, home and heaven, by a lady of La.; National glory, by Rev. R.H. Rivers, D.D., of Tennessee; New York correspondence; Nut-bearing trees, by a contributor; Peach culture, by Hon. H.W. Ravenel, Aiken, South Carolina; Perfect through suffering, by Mrs. Fanny Downing, Charlotte, North Carolina; Personal recollections of eminent men, by a Virginia matron; Poor Carlotta, by Mrs. Margaret J. Preston, Lexington, Va.; Pruning and training the grape, by Hon. H.W. Ravenel, Aiken, South Carolina; Rambles in Yorkshire, by J.R. Thompson, Richmond, Va.; Recollections of Fredericksburg, from 29th April to 6th May, [18]63 by Benj. J. Humphreys, Mississippi; Review of Simms' War poetry of the South; Revolutionary anecdote from unpublished papers; Richmond, Virginia, fifty years ago, by a Virginia matron; Rodes' brigade at Seven Pines, "Southern Poems of the War;" Roman catacombs, by ex-senator, J.W. Wall, Burlington, N.J.; Roman satire; Sketch of Gov. H.W. Allen, by Rev. D.B. Ewing, of Virginia; Sketch of Gen. G.B. Anderson, by Major Seaton Gales, Raleigh, North Carolina; Sketch of Gen. B.H. Helm ... ; Sketch of Gen. T.R.R. Cobb, by Rev. R.K. Porter, Atlanta, Ga.; Song and CHorus, by Dr. F.O. Ticknor, Columbus, Georgia; Song, by Paul H. Hayne, Augusta, Georgia; Sonnet, by Samuel Selden, Norfolk, Virginia. Sonnet, by Paul H. Hayne, Augusta, Georgia; Southern homesteads, "Eyre Hall," by Fanny Fielding; Spring, by D.B. Lucas, of Virginia; Stand in thy Lot, by Dr. F.O. Ticknor, Columbus, Georgia; Stovall's brigade at Jackson, Mississippi, July 12, 1863; Strawberry culture, contributed; Tears, idle tears, by Col. J.T.L. Preston, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia; Tell me ye winds, by Miss Alice A. Hill, New Orleans, La.; The Confederate dead, by Latienne, Eufaula, Alabama; The Eloquence of Ruins, by Mrs. L. Virginia French, McMinnville, Tennessee; The Flight of Arethusa, by Mrs. Margaret J. Preston, Lex[ing]ton, Virginia; The Garden of the Tuileries, by G.T. Webster, New Orleans, Louisiana; The Haversack; The Ideal, by Paul H. Hayne, Augusta, Georgia; The Land we love, by Rev. A.J. Ryan, Knoxville, Tennessee; The Last of the crusaders, by C.C. Read, of North Carolina; The Madonna, by Mrs. Fanny Downing, Charlotte, N.C.; The Men in grey, by a lady of Louisiana; The Southern exile, by Prof. S.H. Dickson, Jefferson College, Philadelphia; The 2nd Missouri CAvalry, by Col. W.H. Brand, of Missouri; The True alchemy, by Mrs. Fanny Downing, Charlotte, N.C.; The Voices of nature, by Dr. C.L. Hunter, of N.C.; Truth, by Mrs. Mary Bayard Clarke, Boon Hill, N.C.; Twelve months in Spain, by V.C. Barringer, Esq., of North Carolina; Undertow, by Mrs. Margaret J. Preston, Lexington, Va.; United States District Court, by John R. Thompson, Esq.; Unwritten music, by Samuel Selden, M.D., Norfolk, Va.; Venezuelan emigration, by an Oxonian, England; War poetry of the South, by Mrs. Fanny Downing, of N.C.; "We all do fade as the leaf," by Mrs. Fanny Downing; Wrecked, by J.D.B., New Orleans, La. Index to Volume 4: Albert Nyanza / Miss E. Mordecai --
"A Little Joke" / Gen. E.P. Alexander --
Ancient Roman wit / Prof. R.L. Dabney --
A Portrait / J. Dickson --
Beauty for ashes / Judge A.J. Requier --
Book notices --
Burning of Columbia / Dr. Edward Sill --
Cavalry sketches / Gen. Rufus Barringer --
Character of the Southern people / H.R. Pleasants --
Cranbury culture --
Deo duce / Mrs. Fanny Downing --
Devil's delight / John R. Thompson --
Dickens' readings / T.C. DeLeon --
Dinah of two thousand years ago --
Dirge for the slain --
Duel between Jackson and Dickerson / A. Keosis --
Editorial --
Execution by the guillotine / James A. Renshaw --
Exit Pompey / Dr. F.O. Ticknor --
Equipose / Mrs. Margaret J. Preston --
Faithful unto death / Mrs. Fanny Downing --
Florence / J. Augustine Signaigo --
Frederick the Great and his court / J.T.L. Preston --
Future of the English language / Prof. W. Blair --
Grape culture / Hon. H.W. Ravenel --
Haversack --
Holyrood palace / Bennett H. Young --
Humors of the Morgan raid / J. Parish Steele --
Japan clover / Hon. H.W. Ravenel --
King constitution I. / Dr. F.O. Ticknor --
Kake country of England / JOhn R. Thompson --
Life's by-ways green / Mrs. M.B. Clarke --
Little Giffin / Dr. F.O. Ticknor --
"Make treason odious" --
Mary Ashburton / Elise Beverly --
Mineral resources of Mississippi / Prof. Eugene W. Hilgard --
My Southern home / Col. B.H. Jones --
Nina / Dr. F.O. Ticknor --
Nineteen / Mrs. Margaret J. Preston --
Notes on current literature/ John R. Thompson --
Notes on the month --
"Our left," / Dr. F.O. Ticknor --
Over the river / Mrs. Rosa Vertner Jeffrey --
Perfect through suffering / Mrs. Fanny Downing --
Personal recollections of eminent men / by a Virginia matron --
Recollections of the lost cause / Col. I.W. Avery --
Religion in the Army of Tennessee / Rev. W.T. Hall --
Results of emancipation / Dr. J.R. Sparkman --
Review of "Beauseincourt" / Mrs. L. Virginia French --
Rifleman's "Fancy Shot" --
Right to vote / Mrs. M.J. Preston --
Rodes' brigade at Seven Pines / Robt. E. Park --
Rue --
Shot thro' the heart / Miss I.M. Porter --
Sketch of 1st Kentucky brigade / Gen. Geo. B. Hodge --
Sketch of Gen. John H. Kelly / Miss I.M. Porter --
Sketch of Gen. Stephen Elliott --
Sonnet / Paul H. Hayne --
Sonnet / Samuel Selden --
South American republics --
State of Franklin / Dr. J.G.M. Ramsey --
Steam ploughing / Gen. J.G. Walker --
The Abyssinian expedition / T.C. DeLeon --
The Faith she plighted me / H.T. Stanton --
The Lost dispatch / D.H. Hill --
The Marble Lily / Mrs. C.S. West --
The White rose and answer / Mrs. Rosa V. Jeffrey --
Two days walk in Scotland / Bennet H. Young --
Universal exposition of 1867 / M.G. Belknap --
We will wait / Mrs. Fanny Downing --
What eh moon saw / F.H. Farrar.

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    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1204155> # United States.
    a schema:Place ;
    schema:name "United States." ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1205435> # United States--Confederate States of America.
    a schema:Place ;
    schema:name "United States--Confederate States of America." ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1351658> # American Civil War (1861-1865)
    a bgn:Meeting, schema:Event ;
    schema:name "American Civil War (1861-1865)" ;
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1755521>
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
    rdfs:label "Land we love : a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military history and agriculture" ;
    schema:isSimilarTo <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/8059841> ; # The Land we love a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military history, and agriculture.
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/title/-/oclc/8059841>
    a genont:InformationResource, genont:ContentTypeGenericResource ;
    schema:about <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/8059841> ; # The Land we love a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military history, and agriculture.
    schema:dateModified "2015-04-08" ;
    void:inDataset <http://purl.oclc.org/dataset/WorldCat> ;
    .


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