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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 3, Issue 11, Nov 1865
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  • General Cox's Plan, 481-485.
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  • The Peer and the Printer, 485-496.
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  • Oaths and Visions, 496-497.
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  • The Present, 497-498.
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  • Crimes of Modern Philanthropy, 498-510.
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  • The Soldier's Baby, 510-511.
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  • The Meaning of the Phrase, "People of the United States", 511-514.
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  • Singular Records of the French Bastile, 514-517.
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  • Epigram on Wit, 517-518.
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  • Aphorisms on Government, 518-525.
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  • Editor's Table, 525-528.
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