The article on "The French in Canada" by E. G. Scott gives the reader an excellent idea of the weakness of the French colony in Canada, and of the impossibility of its existence after the French "bayonets" had been withdrawn. "The First Mayor" by Octave Thanet, is an interesting story of the paper-money craze. "Some Romances of the Revolution" by Edward T. Hayward is an excellent study of William Gilmore Simmes' six novels on the revolutionary period. The other articles of the number are up to the usual high standard of the Monthly, the one entitled "Materials for Landscape Art in America" being perhaps the best.
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