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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 6, June 1866
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  • Political and Financial Lessons of the Revolution in France in 1848, 321-328.
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  • A Call for Democracy, 328-329.
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  • Bertha Seely, The Heroine of the Old Dominion, 329-343.
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  • The Inn-Keeper's Daughter. From the German of Ludwig Uhland, 343.
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  • Epigram on Old Abe, 343-344.
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  • Pen Pictures of Puritanism, 344-347.
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  • Maude, 347.
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  • I'll Think of Thee, 347-348.
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  • Gen. Sherman's Officers among the Ladies of Raleigh, 348-352.
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  • Life's Day, 352-353.
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  • Poe and His Biographer, Griswold, 353-358.
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  • The Rear-Guard of the Army, 358-359.
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  • Lenora. From the German of Burger, 359-364.
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  • The Problems of the Nineteenth Century, 364-372.
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  • Fifteen Years after Emancipation in the West Indies, 372-377.
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  • Lieut.-General James Longstreet, 377-379.
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  • Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative, and Satirical, of the Civil War; Selected and Edited by Richard Grant White, 379.
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  • South Songs; From the Lays of Later Days. Edited by T. C. De Leon, 379-380.
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  • Beechen Brook; a Rhyme of the War. By Margaret J. Preston, 380.
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  • The Cholera; A Familiar Treatise on its History, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment, with the Most Effective Remedies and Proper Mode of their Administration without the Aid of a Physician. By G. T. Collins, M. D., 380-381.
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  • Editor's Table, 381-384B.
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