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New Publications. --We have received the first number of Smith & Barrow's Monthly Magazine, a periodical started in this city by the enterprising proprietors of the Magna a Weekly. It is well filled with interesting and instructive miscellany, and contains, in addition, a list of promotions and changes in the regular and volunteer service of the Confederate States. We commend the magazine to the patronage of the public.
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New Publications. --We have received the first number of Smith & Barrow's Monthly Magazine, a periodical started in this city by the enterprising proprietors of the Magna a Weekly. It is well filled with interesting and instructive miscellany, and contains, in addition, a list of promotions and changes in the regular and volunteer service of the Confederate States. We commend the magazine to the patronage of the public.
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New Publications. --We have received the first number of Smith & Barrow's Monthly Magazine, a periodical started in this city by the enterprising proprietors of the Magna a Weekly. It is well filled with interesting and instructive miscellany, and contains, in addition, a list of promotions and changes in the regular and volunteer service of the Confederate States. We commend the magazine to the patronage of the public.