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aise. Giving a due attention to a variety of subjects, and letting slip no opportunity of sifting out of conflicting statements the very truth, they already serve, when bound, to furnish a veritable mine of facts, records, anecdotes, and memorabilia in general which bear upon the history of the Confederacy, both as a civil organization and as an armed camp. Fortunate, too, in the printer selected, these Southern Historical Society papers are admirably prepared (at the printing house of George W. Gary), and lack nothing of neatness and even elegance in material and typography. Guided by patriotic enthusiasm, and conducted, down to the details of its work, with minute and painstaking care, it is not strange that the Society and its monthly papers grow fast as well as deservedly in the appreciation of the public. General Lee, A New work by Marshall, the Engraver.--We have received from the publisher, Oscar Marshall, 697 Broadway, New York, a copy of this superb picture. While