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The Illustrated London News, vol. 43, no. 1235, p. 590.

December 12, 1863


....Everything in Macmillan is good this month. Mr. Kingsley's story is continued with unabated spirit, and the anonymous tale, "A Son of the Soil," bids fair to develop a new writer of rare merit. Mrs. Gaskell writes a touching notice of the late Colonel Shaw, Commander of the first negro regiment ever raised in America, and a choice example of the singularly pure, gentle, and considerate type which the heroism of New England so generally assumes....

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