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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 1, Issue 2, Feb 1863
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  • Financial Ruin of the Country, 25-29.
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  • Remarks on the French Declaration of Rights of 1793, 29-35.
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  • Farewell, Sweet Liberty!, 35-36.
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  • Alarming Evidence of Demoralization in the Army, 36-37.
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  • The Crime of War, 37-38.
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  • Beecher Blasphemy and Negro Patriotism, 38-40.
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  • The Horrors of the Abolition Bastiles, 40-43.
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  • Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, 43-46.
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  • Governor Parker's Inaugural Address, 46-47.
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  • Omnium, 47-48F.
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