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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 5, May 1866
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  • State Sovereignty Not Dead. A Review of Hon. Fernando Wood's Letter to Hon. Henry A. Wise, 257-269.
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  • By the Camp Fire, 269-271.
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  • Bertha Seely, The Heroine of Old Dominion, 271-287.
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  • To Una, 287-288.
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  • Moral Epidemics, 288-295.
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  • By the Sea, 295-301.
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  • Dear Memories, 301-302.
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  • General Sherman's Officers Among the Ladies of Raleigh, 302-307.
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  • The Penitent Mother, 307-308.
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  • Fifteen Years after Emancipation in the West Indies, 308-311.
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  • An Epigram for the South, 311-312.
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  • Pernicious Literature, 312-315.
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  • The Origin of the Late war: Traced from the Constitution to the Revolt of the Southern States. By George Lunt, 315-316.
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  • Nameless. A Novel. By Fanny Murdaugh Downing, 316.
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  • Mosses from a Rolling Stone; or Idle Moments of a Busy Woman. By Tenella - Mary Bayard Clarke, 316-317.
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  • Editor's Table, 317-320B.
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