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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 1, Jan 1866
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  • The Old Guard / Volume 4, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, C-iv.
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  • The Science of Public Opinion, 1-7.
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  • Epigrams from the Greek, 7-8.
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  • Pen Pictures of Puritanism, 8-13.
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  • Duchommar and Morna, 13-15.
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  • A National "Evil" that is a National Blessing, 15-21.
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  • Some Facts about "Southern Aggression", 21-24.
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  • Poe and Coleridge, 24-27.
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  • Childhood in France and England. Translated from the French of De Loisne, 27-29.
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  • To Steward and Stanton, 29-30.
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  • The Excellence of Impudence, 30-33.
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  • How the World Treats Its Thinkers, 33-36.
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  • What the Shadow Said to the Dreamer, 36-37.
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  • The Crime of War, 37-38.
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  • Ex-President Buchanan's Book, 38-45.
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  • Farewell. From the German of Morike, 45-46.
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  • Shooting an Angel, 46-52.
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  • Life's Morn, 52-53.
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  • Zulu-Land, 53-56.
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  • General Robert E. Lee, 56-59.
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  • What I Saw on the West Coast of South and North America, and at the Hawaiian Islands. By H. Willis Baxley, M. D., 59.
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  • The Dutch Pilgrim Fathers, and other Poems, Humorous and not Humorous. By Edward Hopper, 59-60.
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  • "Zulu-Land; or Life among the Zulu-Kafirs of Natal and Zulu-Land, South Africa. By Rev. Lewis Grout, 60.
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  • Erring, yet Noble. A Tale of and for Women, 60-61.
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  • Editor's Table, 61-64B.
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