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Carlyle's Iliad. The following is the entire contribution of Mr. Carlyle to Macmillan's Magazine: Ilias (Americana) in Nuce. Peter of the North (to Paul of the South)--Paul, you unaccountable scoundrel, I find you hire your servants for life, not by the month or year, as I do! You are going straight to hell, you----
（And is trying dreadfully ever since, but cannot vet manage it.) T. C.
A New American Iliad.
Let us attempt an Ilias Americana in Nuce, after the manner of Mr. Carlyle.
Peter of the South to Paul of the North--You miserable Yankee, you, why don't you defend your soil?
Why not take Vicksburg?
You are rich, but you are a coward; I shall fight to the last, I shall--
Paul--We shall see. --Philadelphia Press.
an episode in the Ilias (Americana) in Nuce.
H. (an Englishman of great respectability, a member of the Carlton)--My dear fellow, you know I wish perdition here and hereafter to all Yankees;