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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 12, Dec 1866
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  • The English-Irish, and Puritan-American Unions, 705-715.
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  • Bertha Seely, The Heroine of the Old Dominion, 715-722.
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  • Lines from Persius, 722.
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  • Lines from Horace, 722-723.
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  • Voices of Solitude, 723-726.
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  • Conquered Banner, Love It Still, 726-727.
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  • The Negro in America, 727-733.
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  • Lines from Virgil, 733-734.
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  • The Southerner's Dream. A Christmas Story., 734-743.
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  • Spoils, by a Receiver, 743-747.
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  • Now - and Then, 747-752.
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  • The Belle of the Ball Room, 752-753.
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  • The Law of Pardon, 753-757.
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  • A Chapter of Anecdotes. The Regent's Disguise, 757-760.
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  • Lieutenant-General Early, 760-764.
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  • The Statue of Liberty in the Capitol, 764-765.
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  • Editor's Table, 765-768.
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