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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 4, Issue 8, Aug 1866
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  • How the Democratic Party Fell to Pieces, 449-456.
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  • Seward's Wink to Sumner, 456-457.
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  • Love and Fame, 457-459.
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  • Bertha Seely, The Heroine of Old Dominion, 459-473.
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  • The Death of General Turner Ashby, 473-478.
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  • Sumner on the Mechanics, 478-479.
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  • "The South Expects Every Woman To Do Her Duty, 479-484.
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  • Wendell Phillips, the Plagiarist, 484-492.
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  • The March of the Spoiler, 492-493.
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  • Antigone, 493-496.
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  • Spoils, by a Receiver, 496-500.
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  • The Huguenot Maiden; or, "'76 and '60", 500-505.
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  • The Result of Negro Emancipation in Peru, 505-507.
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  • Lieutenant-General Leonida Polk, 507-508.
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  • A Hymn to Anarchy, 508-509.
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  • Editor's Table, 509-512B.
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