4 edition of The Atlantic Monthly found in the catalog.
November 30, 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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The Atlantic features articles in the fields of politics, foreign affairs, business and the economy, culture and the arts, technology, and science. They had no idle thoughts, and no one without could see their work, for their industry was not as in knots and excrescences embayed.
But in ancient times, when the chief source of wealth aside from conquest and confiscation by the State was the labor of slaves, and the principal exchanges were effected either by direct barter or the coined metals, the system of credit could not have been very complicated or general.
In addition, the magazine moved its offices from Boston to Washington, D. A great philosopher, whom nobody knows, once stated the Problem of Humanity thus: "There are two kinds of people,--round people, and three-cornered people; and two kinds of holes,--round holes, and three-cornered holes.
This article is clearly the most challenging among those printed here. What is the cause of the panic itself? And besides, there were two thick floors between me and the door, and that itself was set in the heavy wall between the cellar of this wing of the building and that under its main body; so that if it had been opened, I could not have heard it.
Their coat of arms is simply a lichen. The few things that do excite me excite me easily, and by virtue of the trooping together and thronging on of the procession of my own imaginations, thus awakened, I am prone to reveries of the most various complexion.
Some twenty years before Law made his approaches to the French Regent, another Scotchman, William Patterson, had got the ear of Macaulay's hero, William, and of his ministers, and laid the foundations of the great Bank of England. I see that my neighbor, who bears the familiar epithet William or Edwin, takes it off with his jacket.
But what struck her present curious visitor more than these casual traits were the remains of great beauty in the still lovely contour of the face, the refined lines of her mouth, and the depth and varied play of the eyes. These farms which I have myself surveyed, these bounds which I have set up appear dimly still as through a mist; but they have no chemistry to fix them; they fade from the surface of the glass; and the picture which the painter painted stands out dimly from beneath.
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