Text: Edgar Allan Poe (???), [Review of The Military Magazine], Burton's Gentleman's Magazine, June 1839, vol IV, no. 6, pp. 4:359


[page 359, continued:]

Military Magazine, and Record of the Volunteers of the United States. In Monthly Numbers.

This publication, issued by William M. Huddy, No. 84, Noble street, Philadelphia, is devoted to the history and pictorial display of the various Volunteer Companies of the United States. The military illustrations are lithographed with spirit, and the work is, in every sense, worthy the patronage of the officers and men of the different corps. Five dollars will secure twelve numbers; each number contains two or three plates, with letter press explanations. The Magazine will extend to four volumes, royal quarto.





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