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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 7, July 1866
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  • The Doctrine of the Old Guard Endorsed by Leading Republicans, 385-392.
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  • On the Rump Congress, 392-393.
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  • The War Goes On, 393-394.
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  • A Song of 1600, 394-395.
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  • Bertha Seely, The Heroine of Old Dominion, 395-407.
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  • On a Departed Friend, 407-408.
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  • Uncivilized Warfare, 408-411.
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  • Dream of Sunset, 411-412.
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  • As I Heard It, 412-423.
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  • Restoration of Self-Government in the South, 423-429.
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  • The Manifoldness of Ancient Literature as Compared with Our Own, 429-432.
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  • Life's History, 432.
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  • Lines for an Infant's Tomb-Stone, 432-433.
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  • Spoils, by a Receiver, 433-437.
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  • Obituary of a Southern Home, 437-439.
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  • Steele's Domestic Life, 439-441.
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  • Lieutenant-General Wade Hampton, 441-442.
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  • Campaign of the Army of the Potomac. By William Swinton, 442.
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  • Life and Campaigns of Lieutenant-General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson). By Prof. R. L. Dabney, D. D., 442-443.
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  • The History of Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the English Invasion. By Rev. Geoffrey Keating, D. D., 443.
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  • Notes on the History of Slavery in Massachusetts. By George H Moore, Librarian to the New York Historical Society., 443.
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  • Roebuck. A Novel, 443.
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  • The War. Its Causes and Consequences. By C. C. S. Farrar, 443-444.
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  • Belle Boyd in Prison. Written by Herself, 444.
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  • Faith and Fancy. By John Savage, 444.
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  • Eva. A Goblin Romance, in Five Parts. By John Savage, 444.
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  • Sybil. A Tragedy, in Five Acts. By John Savage, 444.
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  • The New Gospel of Peace According to St. Benjamin, 444.
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  • DeVane. A Story of Plebeians and Patricians. By Hon. Henry W. Hilliard, 444-445.
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  • Editor's Table, 445-448B.
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