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CHRISTIAN LADY'S MAGAZINE.
WAR WITH THE SAINTS.
ABUNDANTLY supplied as the public is with the descriptions of modern travellers, and familiarized too to a great extent by personal observation, with the theatre of this most unholy war, it would now be superfluous to enter upon a minute geographical detail True it is, that
of our most entertaining tourists, who excel in the minutiæ of description, contriving to bring the reader acquainted alike with the features of a landscape and with the individuals who people it, have roamed, and rested, looked, and sketched, and written for days together, in the heart of that scenery where it might be supposed that every hill and valley, every streamlet and plain; every old grey ruin, and rugged mountainpass, must necessarily, yea unavoidably, call up the most thrillingly-touching reminiscences in the mind of JANTARY, 1845.