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Book notices. Memoirs of General William T. Sherman. By Himself, D. Appleton & Co., New York. Every intelligent Confederate soldier ought to read this book, and many of them have done so. In spite of the rough, often coarse, and sometimes profane style, it is certainly a very readable book. And as a personal narrative of the commander of one of the principal Federal armies it must always command a certain sort of attention. But General Sherman's worse enemies could wish him no gre
appropriate divisions of each monograph, in three volumes, constituting the present series.
It may be obtained by addressing the author, Dr. Jos. Jones, box 1500, New Orleans.
Life of Chief justice Chase. By J. W. Schuckers. New York: D. Appleton & Co.
As private secretary and intimate friend of Mr. Chase, Mr. Schuckers has brought to his task very full materials which he has woven into a deeply interesting story of the busy life of one of the ablest men this country has ever produ