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THE

OLD GUARD,

A MONTHLY JOURNAL,

DEVOTED TO THE PRINCIPLES OT

1776 AND I 1787

C. CHAUNCEY BURR, EDITOR.

VOL. II.-1864.

New York:
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., 162 NASSAU ST.

BOSTON: JAMES O. BOYLE & CO. PHILADELPHIA: J. TRENWITH.
CHICAGO: J. R. WALSH. ST. LOUIS : GEO. J. JONES.

BAN FRANCISCO: WHITE & BAUER.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. II..

PAQE,
potism; Pliny on Barking Men; Seward
Writing for Posterity ; The Fate of Marylanıl;
A New Jersey Editor; The History of Lin
coln's Administration ; Ben. Butler & Cut-
Purse ; Dr. Shoddy's Advertisement,

APRIL.

What are we Fighting for?...

78

The Horrors or September," 1792..

78

Excuni Adminisiration...........................

81

War, Labor, and Debt............................. sa

The Democrats in Congress.

89

Epigram on Chase and nis Shinplasters .......... 90

Hon. Edson B. Olds..........

................. 91

Editor's Table

83

The Negro Regiment Keception; Rev. Dr.
Tyng and his Abuse of the Catholics ; Mr.
Lincoln and William the Conqueror; bizar
Wright and the Negrues; Lincoln and his
Government; Africa anıl the United States;
Arming for the Elcctlun ; Rev. Stair King ;
The Republicans the Worshippers of Odiu
The Ol1 Guard the Enemy or Sectiunalism
Col. Dahlgren and his Orders; The Russian
Principle or Guvernment; Gov. Bramiette or
Ky. and the Ballot; The Abolitionists going
Svuth ; The Legislature of New York; El
ward Everett Sick at Heart; Gov. Seyinour
and the Police Commissioner's.

MAY.

Civilization in the Free and Slave States.......... 99

Powers of the British Throne.......

...........105

Character or Leaguers (iwetry)..

.107

Poetical i'roclamation or Abraham Lincoln tu his

Faithful Varlets of the United States ..........109

The First Gun uf State Sovereignty Fired in New

Jers'y

.110

Roger Brouke Taney

..........

..........114

What I have Heard and Seen (poetry)............115

Editor's Table

.117

The Madness of War; The Old Guard and
Ostholicism ; Orestes A. Brownson and The
New Nation, The Backbone of “the Rebel-
lion; The Right to Resist Oppression ; Viciu
11:s bring no Honor; Supporting the War
and Condicmning its Pulley; The Evening
Pust and the People; the Blood or an Ameri-
can; The Evening Posi on Jetcrson's Birth.
duy ; Obituary of Gen. Thos, J. Green.

JULY.

PAGE.

The Mission of Democracy .......................145

My Country (poetry)..

.......154

Representative Men or the Republican Party.....155

“Ye Busi" (poetry).......

....159

Song for Dogs (I've.ry) ...

..160

National Devi vt England and the Deut or the

Uniwell Status......

.161

Hon. S. S. Cux..........

..................162

The Ultinatuin of the Peace Men.................163

Diplomatic Wit.........

....................164

Editor's Table

.165

Gencrals and Butchers; New and Strange

Books in Press; Seward la and Out of the

Cabinet; Wm. Lloyd Garrison and the Ame-

rican Church; The Re-Domination of Mr.

Lincoln; The Frocinan's Protective Union ;

A Love-Lorn General, his Lally Luve and her

Reply; A Fair Vote or a Free Figlit; Fred.

Douglús and the Wives of the Leaguers.

AUGUST.

Uncivilization of the Lincoln War...

.169

Speak Out (poetry).

.175

Northern Fiction about Southern Aggressions....176

A Curious Circumstance (poetry)...

..................80

The War and the Laboring Class.

............131

Gen. McClellan's “Availability" Eximinerl.......134

Editor's Table .....

..139

Gen. Grant's Failure ; Supporting the Guv-

erument; Crushing Copperheads; The Les-

son of the Invasion; A Republican Editor

becoming Sane; A Lady's Appeal; How to

Characterize Lincoln ; tion. Gideon'J. Tuck-

er; What Democrats Mean tu Do.

SEPTEMBER.

What Will Come of Re-electing Lincoln........ .193

A Military Spirit the Curse of Freedom ...........201

The Reign o. Abolitionisin (poetry).....
Northern and Southern Exnaustion, Which Will

Fail Firstl....

Lips and bioses (poetry)...

The Coercive Principle the Ruin of Repablics....207

Hints on Slump-Speaking....

..203

Ex-Governur Price................................213

Editor's Table

Mrs. Lincoln's Extravagance; Which is the

Firsr. Partyf The Difference between the En.

thusiast and the Fanatic ; Mr. Lincoln Sighs

for a Soít Pillow ; Stealing Down South ; The

Processor of Arms; An Armistice and Con.

vention ; Lincoln's' Re-Election ; Greeley vs.

Arnold ; Lincoln and his Cabinet; Practice

us. Principle; Shall

we Sutter Lincoln to Des-

troy our Country, The True Author of War;

A Mysterious Man; The Intention of Lincoln;

Peace and War Papers ; The Fond Du Lao

Press ; Thc Draft; Montesquieu on Demo-

cracy A Poem of Dean Swit's; Meade to

Loe; Guing to Canada; The Old 'Guard for

1363

OCTOBER.

Principles of the Chicago Convention ...

McClellan and Lincoln............

.223

History of Northern Disunion.........

The Failure of the War........

Abraham's Visiun-A Homeric Ode.. ........250

Acts of the Conventions of New York anı Virgi-

nia Adopting the Federal Constitution..........258

Time's Watchword .....................

Editor's Table .........

.261

Republican Idea of the Democrats ; Demu.
cratic Campaign Poetry; The Democratic
Creed ; Lincoln at Antietam; Trial by Jury
The Soldier's Brand; The Modern Man of
Thessaly; Mother Goose ; Black Sheep; Lin-
coln's Murlers in Kentucky; Republican
Dastiles ; Lincoln and European Monarchs.

.......204

....206

DECEMBER.

The Old Monarchist Party of the United States...285

The Old Knight's Daughter (poetry). ...... 273

l'he Doom and the Regeneration or Democracy... 274

Editor's Table .......

231

THE OLD GUARD for 1365 ; Hon. Dan:cl Mois-
man; Sherman's March; A New Emblem
for the Lincoln Allininistration ; Definition
of a Freebuuter; A New York Poet; A Max-
im from De La Bruyere ; The Shenandoah
Destruction ; Strange Arrest in Connecticut
Ben. Burler; The Result of the Election
Clay vs. Potier; A Philadelphia Publisher
Mr. Vallandigham

; Generals as Speech-Mac

kers; Beecher in the Pulpit; What will Stan-

ton Bo? The Fame of a Rallsplitter; Trans.

lation of a French Verse.

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