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plan? If we wish the authors so dear to us, of whom we are so justly proud, to be loved in the future, or even known outside of a mere handful of dry and bloodless book-worms, we must to-day make them known to our children. All the criticisms so far made on the Stepping Stones to Literature are negative. We have pointed out things that are wanting. But there is one selection to which we will call special attention. It is, The battle hymn of the republic, by Julia Ward Howe, in the Sixth Reader, which represents the invading Northern army as the coming of the Lord in vengeance. Comment on such blasphemy is unnecessary. Surely no Southerner could have taken the trouble to advise himself of the existence of such an outrage on our children. George L. Christian, Chairman,< R. T. Barton, Carter R. Bishop, R. A. Brock, Rev. B. D. Tucker, John W. Daniel, James Mann, R. S. B. Smith, T. H. Edwards, W. H. Hurkamp, John W. Fulton, Micajah woods, Thomas Ellett, Secretary.