un Mountain, Second Manassas, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown, and Gettysburg.
These reports are a part of the collection made by General Robert E. Lee when he was preparing to write the history of his campaigns, and all of which General Custis Lee has kindly promised to donate the Society.
From General Samuel Jones, Amelia County, Virginia--His own and General W. B. Taliaferro's reports of military operations in the vicinity of Charleston, South Carolina, from the 1st to the 10th h consideration.
But we have the following offer to make, which will be of real value both to us and those who may accept it: To any one sending us a club of three new subscribers, with the money ($9), we will send the beautiful lithograph of General Lee on Traveller, which is sold for the benefit of the Lee monument fund.
A little effort on the part of our friends will thus largely increase our subscription list, and at the same time secure this really valuable historic picture.