AM banner

The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 5, Issue 12, Dec 1867
Previous issue

Notes: Page images are mounted at Cornell University Library.
The text viewable for this collection was generated from the page images by optical character recognition (OCR). No corrections have been applied. [More about text]

  • Editor's Table, 881-887.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Situation - What the South Has Not Lost by the War, 887-897.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Battles of Virginia, including Sharpsburg and Gettysburg, 897-936.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Joscelyn; A Tale of the Revolution, 936-941.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Spoils, by a Receiver, 941-948.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Speculative Inquiry into the Old Principle, 948-949.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Our Book Table, 949-953.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Sonnet, 953-956.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information


  • Return to The Old Guard
    Return to List of Periodical Titles
    Return to The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals