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REBELLION RECORD.

CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.

DIARY
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6. Seventy-first Regiment, N. Y. S. V., at Bull Run, 89

1. Official Reports of the Battle of Bull Run, Va.: 7. Secession Letters and Narratives on the Battle

Gen. McDowell's Orders,..

1 of Bull Run,....

93

Report,..

2 8. Northern Press on the Battle of Bull Run,..... 108

Tyler's Report,..

7 9. Southern Press

.110

" Schenck's Report,

9 10. English Press

.: 111

Col. Ricbardson's

11 11. Senator Douglas' Last Letter,..

.126

Chatfield's

13 19. A Disunionist Answered-Letters of J. L. Orr

Sherman's

13

and Amos Kendall,......

...127

15 13. Reverdy Johnson's Speech at Baltimore, Jan.

Hunter's

17

10, 1961,..

.132

Burnside's

13 15. John Ross's Proclamation,.

. 145

Porter's

20 16. Pennsylvania—26th Regiment,

.146

Capt. Griffin's

23 17. Maine-4th Regiment,

.146

Lt. Col. Fiske's

24 18. New York-38th Regiment,.......

.146

Major Sykes'

24 19. Letters of John Adams to Lt.-Governor Lin.

Col. Heintzelman's “

25

coln, 1789,....

..146

“ Gorman's

27 20. New York-21st Regiment,...

....147

Ward's

28 21. Andrew Johnson's Speech at Cincinnati,..

Lt.-Col. Farnsworth's “

29 22. Hudson River Baptist Association Report and

Col. Miles'

31 Resolutions, June 19,......

. 151

Blenker's

33 23. Rhode Island-2d Regiment,..

152

“ Davies'

34 24. Cornelius Vanderbilt's Letter to W.O. Bartlett, 152

Major Barnard's

36 25. Gov. Pierpont's Inaugural to Virginia Con-

Barry's

39 vention in Wheeling,.....

153

Surgeon King's

41 26. New Hampshire-2d Regiment,.

.154

Capt. Clark's

42 27. New York-29th Regiment, S. V.,..

.154

9 Secession Official Reports of the Battle of Bull

17th

154

Run :

28. East Tennessee Union Convention,.....

. 155

Gen. Arnold Elzey's Report,...... 42 29. Gov. Pierpont's Message, and accompanying

Capt. John D. Imboden's “

43

Documents,

158

Major Walton's

45 30. General Buckner's Letters to Gov. Magoflin, ..163

Southern Accounts,....

47 301/2. Col. Townsend's Report of the Battle at Be-

8. William II. Russell's Letters on the Battle of

thel, Va., and the Rebel Official Report,....164

Bull Run,...

51 | 31. Gov. McGill's Proclamation, May 10, ..165

4. N. Y. Tribune Narrative of the Battle of Bull 32. Gov. Pierpont's Proclamation, June 22,.......166

Run,

76 33. New York-37th Regiment, S. V.,.. ..166

5, N. Y. World Narrative of the Battle of Bull 34. Gen. McClellan's Proclamation to Western

Run,

81

Virginia.......

....166

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84. Gen. McClellan's Proclamation to the Soldiers 76. Daniel S. Dickinson. Address at Amherst Col.

of the Army of the West, June 23, .........167 lege,.......

35. Goo. Letcher's Proclamations to the People of 761/. Battle at Monroe Station, Mo.,

.270

Northwestern Virginia, June 14,.. .167 77. Col. Siegel's Report of the Battle of Carthage, 271

36. Fight at Carter's Creek, Va.,

..169 78. Henry A. Wise's Proclamation, July 6.......273

87. Gov. Harris's Proclamation, June 24,

169 79. Fight near New Orleans, La.,

.273

38. New York—31st Regiment, S. V.,..... ..170 80. Reverdy Johnson. Remarks in the Supremo

39. Napoleon's Proclamation of Neutrality, .170

Court of the United States,....

.274

40. Col. P. St. George Cooke's Response,.. 171 81. Major Sturgis' Proclamation, July 4, .275

41. New York—28th Regiment, S. V.,.

.172 82. General Sweeney's Proclamation, July 4,.....275

42. Vermont-2d Regiment,.

..172

83. A. H. Stephens' Speech at Augusta, Ga., July

43. Wisconsin-2d Regiment,

.172

11,.....

276

44. Address of the Sanitary Commission,

.172

84. Battle of Rich Mountain, Va.:

45. Col. Wallace's Official Report of the Skirmish

McClellan's Report,...

.283

at Patterson's Creek,

.174

Statement of David L. Hart,.

284

46. Minnesota-1st Infantry,

.174 85. Gen. McClellan's Second Report,.

284

New York—16th Regiment, S. V....... .174

86. Fight at Barboursville, Va.,.....

.285

47. Ires. King's Address to the Graduating Class 87. Col. Pegram's Surrender, July 12,.

.286

of Columbia College, N. Y., June 26, 1861,... 175 88. Battle of Carrick's Ford, Va.,.....

..286

48. General Banks' Proclamation, June 27,........176 Confederate” Army Generals,... ..296

49. Maine—5th Regiment,

90. Joseph Holt's Address at Louisville, Ky., July

50. New York-30th Regiment, S. V.,... . 176

13,........

...297

32d Regiment, S. V.,

..177

91. Report of Colonel Davies, July 14,...........303

The California Regiment, .......177 92. Gen. Patterson's Movement on Bunker Hill, Va. 303

51.

Compromise Petition, and Guion's 93. Gen. Hurlburt's Proclamation, July 15, ......304

Remonstrance,..

...177

94. John C. Breckinridge's Speech in the United

52. Gen. Banks' Instructions, June 87,. ...178

States Senate, July 16,......

.305

53. Virginia Delegates to the Southern Congress, 178 95. Leonidas Polk's General Order, July 13,......310

54. Plan of the Battle at Great Bethel,.. .........179 96. Peace Meeting at Nyack, N. Y., July 15, ......311

55. Official Report of the Action at Matthias Point, 180 97. The Advance into Virginia..

.312

56. Maryland-Letter of Gor. Hicks in reply to

Gen. McDowell's Army,.

.312

Mayor Brown on the Bridge Burning,.. ....181

Boston “Transcript" Narrative,. ...312

57. Rebel Official Account of the Battle at New

N. Y. “Herald"

.314

Creck, Va.,

..184

N. Y. “Times”

.319

53. Reverdy Johnson on the Power of the Presi.

9713. The Constitution of the Confederate"

dent to suspend the Habeas Corpus writ,...185 States of America,.

321

59. Lieut. Mayo's Response to the Proclamation

98. Occupation of Fairfax Court House, Va.,.....327

of Gov. Letcher,....

...193

H. J. Raymond's Account,..

..327

60. Delaware-Meeting at Dover, June 27,..

A“ Civilian's” Account..

329

601;. Gen. Schenck's Defence,

..195

99. Battle of Scarytown, Va.,......

.......830

61. Gov. Pettus' Proclamation, June 23,. ..193

Cincinnati “Gazette" Narratire........331

62. Gen. Banks' Proclamation, July 1,

.196 100. Gen. McDowell's Order in reference to Depre-

62"/3. Vicus of a Southerner,..

..196

dations,...

.832

63. Charles D. Drake's Speech at Louisiana, Mo.,.197 101. Broome County (N. Y.) Resolutions, July 18, 332

64. Joseph Segar's Speech in the Virginia House of

102. Affairs in Richmond, Va., July,...... 333

Delegates, March 30,.....

..214

103. Gen. McDowell: Despatch, July 18, ..... .336

65. Galusha A. Grow's Speech, July 4,......

222

104. Fight at Blackburn's Ford, Va.,..... .836

66. Abraham Lincoln's Message, July 4,.

223

Gen. Tyler's Report,.

.336

67. Report of the Secretary of War, July 1,. ......229

Col. Richardson's Report,.

.337

68.

“ the Navy, July 4,...233

Beauregard's Report,

.333

681/7. The Fight at Romney, Va.,

242

Washington “Star" Narratire,. ...343

69. Battle at Falling Waters, Va., July 2,

242

New York “Times”

..344

70.

Carthage, Mo., July 5,....

246

“ Tribune"

.346

704/7. Skirmish at Newport News, Va., July 5,. 231

Secession Narratives, ...

.350

71. Fight at Middle Fork Bridge, Va.,

231

105. TVar Department Order in reference to Enlist-

72. Fourth of July-Recurring to First Principles, 252 ing Foreigners,...

353

73. A Flag of Truce from the Rebels, .. 204 106. General Oriler, No 46, War Department,....553

74. The Capture of the “French Lady,"

255)

107. Brig.-Gen. Pope's Proclamation, July 19,.....3:53

75. Debate on the Loan Bill in the House of Repre- 103. General McClellan's Address to his Soldiers,

sentatives, July 10,..

.256

July 19,........

... 354

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109. The Confederate" Government,

..354 | 141. " ConfederatePost-Office Decision, in refer-

Message of Jeff. Davis,..

355

ence to Postage on Newspapers, &c....

110. L. W. Spratt. Protest from South Carolina, 357 142. The Designs of the Nationals,..

.444
111. Battle of Bull Run, Va......... ....366 142"/. Bill to Punish Conspiracy in the United
Gen. Tyler's Supplementary Report,....366 States, approved July 31,.....

.. 445

Col. Pratt's Report,..

....367 143. Potter's Report on the Loyalty of Government

Beauregard's Report,

.368

Employees,...

...446

N. Y. “Times" Narrative,.

.369 144. Gen. Scott's Orders in reference to Spies and

Atlanta (Ga.) “ Confederacy" Account, 371 the Desecration of Mt. Vernon,...........446

Charleston “Mercury" Narrative, .....373 145. Address to the People of Missouri,.. .446

Louisville “Courier" Account, .875 146. Joseph Holt's Speech at Camp “Jo. Holt,"

The “Retreat from Centreville,” .376

July 31, .........

..450

Northern Press on the Battle, .381 147. Col. Davies' Report on the Occupation of Fair-

Southern Press

..385

fax Court House,

454

1114/ The Dark Day. By Edward Everett,......388 148. Lt.-Gov. Reynolds' Proclamation, July 31, ... 455

112. Gov. Edward Clark's Proclamation, June 8,..391 149. Jeff. Thompson's Proclamation, Aug. 1,...... 457

113. ConfederateResolutions on the Battle of 150. A “ Naval Engagement” on the Mississippi,.. 457

Bull Run,..

..392 151. Gov. Gamble's Inaugural Address, ..........458

114. The Cherokees and the War,

.392 152. Debate in the United States Senate on the Bill

113. Beauregard's “Forage" Order,.

to Suppress Insurrection, August 1,....... 460

116. Lt.-Gov. Arnold's Proclaination,..

395

Gen. Baker's Speech,

117. Gen. Patterson's Movement,..

..395

J. C. Breckenridge's Specch,..

465

1179/3. Mississippi Secession Ordinance, ..397 153. Gen. Fremont's Expedition,....

.467

118. Charleston (S. C.) Presbytery Resolutions,....397 | 134. Fight at Dug Springs, Mo.,....

.468

1181/7. The DeKalb Regiment, N. Y. S. V., ...... ..398 155. Gen. Butler's Temperance Order,..

.471

119. Gen. Rosecrans' Order, No. 1,....... .401 156. Gov. Gamble's Proclamation, August 3,......472

1199/3. Occupation of Charleston, Va.,............402 1561/3. Gen. Pope's Letter to J. H. Sturgeon,... ..474

120. Debate on Indrew Johnson's Red tion in the 157. Gov. Magoffin's Proclamation, Aug. 3,.......474

United States Senate, July 25,............403 153. Gov. Harris' Letter on the Military Power of

121. Gen. McClellan's Command,...

.406

Tennessee,

.475

122. Digest of Admiral Milne's Report on the 159. Confiscation Act of the United States,.. .475

Blockade,..

.406 160. A Plan of Settlement,.......

.476

123. Gov. Morgan's Proclamation, July 25,.... .407 161. Expedition to the Pocomoke, Va.,.... .477

124. Gen. Putterson's Proclamation, July 25, .407 | 162. Temperance in the Army,....

.479

1241/3. Florida Ordinance of Secession,.. .407 163. Claiborne F. Jackson's Declaration of the In-

125. Southern Bank Convention,..

..407

dependence of Missouri,....

..479

1234/2. Gov. Pettus' Message,

.411 164. Skirmish near Point of Rocks, Md.,. ..431

126. Mississippi Resolutions on the Battle of Bull 165. The Escape of the Sumter,..

.482

Run,

.......412 | 166. Battle at Athens, Mo.,

.483

127. Bishop Otey's Pastoral Letter, July 26,.......413 167. Bombardment of Galveston, Texas,

494
128. Capt. Taylor's Report to Jeff. Davis, July 10, 414 103. The Burning of Hampton, Va., ..... 435
129. Andrew Johnson's Speech in the Senate of the

New York “Tribune" Narrative,

United States, July 27,....

. 415

A “ Confederate" Account,.

.488

130. Cox's Peace Proposition,.....

435 169. Gov. Harris' Proclaination, August 7,.. .489

131. Remarks of Messrs. Trumbull and Carlile, on 170. The Capture of the Alvarado,....

489

the Bill to Suppress Insurrection, July 30,.436 171. Zollicoffer's Proclamation, Aug. 8,... .490

182. Gen. Butler's Letter on the Contraband,.. .437 172. T'he Mob in Concord, N. H.,....

490

133. Attack on Forsythe, Mo., July 22,......

.......438 1723. “ Confederate" Act, entitled an Act respect-

134. Baptist Convention of South Carolina,.. 439

ing Alien Enemies,

.492

135. Virginia Ordinance prohibiting Citizens of the 173. Cameron's Letter to Gen. Butler,..

493

State from holding office under the United 1734/2. Executive Government of the United States,

States,...

440

1857-'61,......

.493

136. Gen. McClellan's Order, July 30,.... .440 174. General D. M. Frost's Letter to Claiborne F.

137. Jefferson Davis' Letter to Jobn R. Chambless, .440 Jackson,..

..494

133. Col. Miles' Defence,...

441 175. Battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo.,.....

.494

139. Gen. Pillow's Proclamation at New Madrid,

Report of Major Sturgis,

.495

Mo., .......

.442

“ Gen. Siegel,....

.499

140. Gen. Hurlburt's Proclamation, July 29,. 442

“ Lt.-Col. Merritt,

.500

1401/3. James M. Sanderson's Report on the Culi-

“ Capt. Totten,

..501

nary Wants of the National Army,........443

“ Lieut. Dubois,

..502

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Battle of Wilson's Creek, (continued.)

186. Exchanges of Prisoners considered by the

Report of Capt. Steele,...

.503

Rebels,...

529

Carr,

.504 187. Gov. Buckingham's Call, August 15,.. ..531

Wright,

....505 188. The Attack on the Resolute,.....

...531

Secession Official Reports :

189. Newspapers Presented by the Grand Jury of

Report of Gen. Price,.

..506 New York,.....

.......531

“ J. B. Clark,..

.508 190. Abraham Lincoln's Proclamation forbidding

“ Ben McCulloch,.

.509

Intercourse with the South,..

.532

Missouri “Democrat” Narrative, 511 191. Louisville (Ky.) Peace Resolutions,.. .532

New York “Tribune" Narrative, .....514 192. Gov. Yates' Proclamation, August 17,... .533

Secession Narratives,.

519 193. Nurses in the National Army,.

.534

Gen. Fremont's Order,..

.520 194. Zollicoffer's Order, No. 3,...

.535

A Rebel Shout of Exultation,... .....521 195. Battle of Charleston, Mo.,......

..535

1751/2. Isham G. Harris' Order for a Search for 196. Bishop Odenheimer's Pastoral Letter, Aug. 19,587

Arms in Tennessee,...

.521 197. Gen. Hurlburt's Order, August 19,...........537

176. Resolutions of the Convention of Western Vir- 1971/2. Treason of the Newspapers,...

..537

ginia,

522 198. “ Confederate" Act, increasing the Artillery

177. Gen. Hurlburt's Proclamation, August 11,....522 Corps,...

...538

178. Abraham Lincoln's Proclamation, August 199. Skirmish at Hawk's Nest, Va.,.....

539

12,...

522 | 200. Gov. Andrew's Proclamation, August 20,. 539

179. Release of the Surgeons captured at Bull Run, 523 | 201. Gen. McClellan's Staff,

.539

Statement by Mrs. Curtis,... .523 202. Gov. Curtin's Proclamation, August 20,......540

180. Ben McCulloch's Proclamation, August 12,...524 203. General Rosecrans' Address to the People of

181. Gen. Pope's Order regulating the Navigation

Western Virginia, August 20,...... ..540

of the Missouri River........ ....525 204. Brig.-Gen. Price': Proclamation to the People

182. Jeff. Davis' Proclamation of Banishment, ....526 of Missouri, Aug. 20,.......

183. Major McKinstry': Proclamation, August 14, 526 205. Confederate" Thanks to Ben McCulloch, ...541

184. The Rerolt of the 79th Regt. N. Y.S. V.,.....527 206. United States Executive Government, 1861–265, 541

185. Bishop Whittingham's Pastoral Letter, Aug. 207. Battle of Carrick's Ford,

.541

14, .

....285 208. Gen. Benham's Report, Carrick's Ford, ..543

PAGE 22. War Sonnet, C. K. Tuckerman,............. 32

1. Bull Run, Sunday, July 21st, Alice B. Haren, 1 23. War Song, dedicated to the Kentucky State

2. Not Yet, William Cullen Bryant, ...

Guard,...

33

3. After the fight at Manassas, Sarah Helen 24. “Citoyens, La Patrie est en Danger," "A. L.” 33
Whitman,

25. Now, Answer to “Not Yet," T. Hulbert Un-

4. The Rest—Where are They? Laura Elmer,. 2 derwood,..

34

5. The Regiment Returned, Park Benjamin,.... 3 26. “Only Nine Miles to the Junction,” H. Mil-

6. The Black Horse Guard,-a Tale of the Battle

lard,...

of Bull Run, Edward Sprague Rand, Jr.,.. 3 27. Step to the Front, Sons of the Heather, Buf-

7. The Civilians at Bull Run, H. R. Tracy,..... 4 falo Daily Courier,....

85

8. The Latest War News, St. Louis Republican,. 4 28. Steam-Frigate Pawnee passing Mount Vernon,

9. Hymn for the Host in War. Author of The

Isaac M'Lellan,......

35

New Priest,".

4 29. The Meeting on the Border, Louisville Jour-

10. A Tribute to the Brave, H. Clay Preuss, 5

nal,

36

11. “Cast Down, but Not Destroyed,” “ A. E.,". 5 30. The Maid of Ulster, M. MʻN. Walsh,.

36

12. The Battle at Bull Run, “ Ruth,.

7 31. Going to the Wars, Edward S. Ellis,. 37

13. Resurgamus, R. H. Stoddard,..

10 32. Freedom, Martin Farquhar Tupper,.

37

14. “It Grows Very Dark, Mother-Very Dark,” 33. Alarum, Vanity Fair,....

37

Z. R.,"...

10 34. Let Us Alone,......

38

15. Our Reverses in Virginia,.....

11 35. Songs OF THE REBELS: The Southron's War-

16. A Battle Ilymn, James Mackey,...

11

Song, J. A. IV'agener, 38

17. Battle Hymn, Rev. TVoodbury H. Fernall,.... 12 36.

Hurralı! By a Missis-

18. On the late Sacrilege in Virginia, R. H. Stod.

sippian,...... 38

dard, .....

12 37.

The Natchez Military,

19. Addenda to the celebrated “Nine Miles to the

Walter Stanley, ..... 38

Junction," Lieut. Millard, U.S A., .... 16

“Southrons,"

89

20. A Poetical and Patriotic Gem,

29 39. The Welsh Rally,...

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21. The Shattered Locket, John Atchinson,. 80 40. Important Telegram,

38.

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41. To Jefferson Davis,........

44 81. A Vision in the Forum, T. Buchanan Read,.. 76

42. Let Us Alone, W. H. Burleigh,.

47 82. A Song for the Time,

76

43. War Song, dedicated to the Massachusetts 83. A Gathering Song,...

Regiments, W. W. Story,......

47 84. Laura, Laura, Don't Secede,.

77

44. The Soldier's Last Word, Park Benjamin,.....48 85. Camp Song, Charles Winter,..

77

45. The Order for the Day, G. Forrester Barstow,. 48 86. A Psalm of Freedom, Rev. E. H. Sears,.... 78

46. The Patriot's Hymn, J. F. Mines, ...... 48 87. We'll Let Them Alone, F. B. Copp, .... 78

47. The Star-Spangled Banner, London Punch,.. 49 88. The American Marseillaise, M. R. Bradbury,. 78

48. Impromptu Reply to a Lady who proposed to 89. The Reason Why, “ E. F......

79

wear the Patriotic Rosette, David Paul 90. Don't Give up thc Ship, J. Griffith, U.S. N.,. 79

Brown,....

49 91. Ho! Sons of the Puritan,....

80

49. Our Flag, Wm. J. Rolfe,...

49 92. Compromise, Edna Dean Proctor,

81

50. Hear us, Father! Save our Land, E. T. P. 93. War Soppet, C. K. Tuckerman,

Beach,

50 94. Freedom's Banner, Louisville Journal,.. 88

51. Cavalry Song, Chas. G. Leland,.

50 95. An Ode for the Union, “ R. D. C.,".

88

52. National Song, by “ I ke,”.

50 96. Our Country and Her Flag, Francis Lieber,

53. To the United States, Mayne Reid, .

51

LL. D.,....

88

54. The Treason of Davis, Thomas Fitnam,...... 51 97. The Union, E. L. Manter,

89

55. Songs of the Stars and Stripes, E. H. Sears,.. 51 98 Ad Poetas, Geo. II. Boker,..

89

56. The Men who Fell in Baltimore, J. W. Forney, 52

99. The Sons of Old Luzerne, M. L. T. Hartman,. 89

57. Oar Country Forever, ....,

52 100. Yankee Doodle on the Crisis,.

93

58. The Dream and the Awakening,.

53 101. Southward, Ho!......

94

59. God Save the Flag of our Native Land,“ V. 102. The Present Crisis, James Russell Lowell,.... 94

R. Y.".

53 103. The Cavalier's Song, Vanity Fair,...

95

60. A Song for the Illinois Volunteers, “ Agnes,". 54 104. Watching and Waiting, by

95

61. Russell's Flight, by "B."...

55 105. What of the Night ?..

96

62. Flag Song of the Michigan Volunteers, D. 106. The Good Fight, C. A. Barry,

96

Bethune Duffield,..

60 107. Weep o'er the leroes as they Fall, Chas. Wm.

63. Cotton is King, “ M. A.”,.......

60

Butler,

97

64. Kentucky, Forsythe Willson,.......

61 103. Impromptu on Reading the President's Mes.

65. A New Yankee Doodle, J. R. Gilmore,.. 61

sage, A. OʻK. Hall,..

97

66. The Invisible Armies,

62 109. Catholic Cathedral, T. Hulbert Underwood,... 97

67. They Call Me a Traitor Now,....

62 110. The London “ Times" on American Affairs,..104

63. The War Slogan, dedicated to Captain McMul- 111. Manassas, Florence Willesford Borron, ...105

lin's Rangers,

63 112. John Brown's Song,..

..105

69. The Two Unions, dedicated to Irish Patriots, 113. The Battle Summer, H. T. Tuckerman, ......106

by F. D. B.,

63 114. Fremont's Battle Hymn, Jas. G. Clark,......106

70. The Recaptured Flag, by W. S. V.,

63 115. “My Maryland," words altered, J. F. Wie-

71. Red, White, and Blue, Theodora Tilton,...... 63 shampel, Jr.,......

.107

72. The Volunteer's Wife, G. A. Townsend, 64 116. Eighty-five Years Ago. A Ballad for the

73. Upon the Hill before Centreville, Geo. H.

Fourth of July, A. J. H. Duganne,........107

Boker, .......

65 117. Nineteen Hundred,......

.....108

74. War's Changes, B. P. Shillaber,

67 | 118. To General Butler, by Bay State,". ..109

775. SONGS OF THE REBELS: “Our Southern Land,” 68 119. A Monarch Dethroned, Mrs. E. Vale Smith,..109

76.

Message of President 120. God Preserve the Union, John Savage,.......110

Lincoln,..

69 121. To Arms ! To Arms! Dr. Reynolds, .........110

77. Jeff. Daris is Coming, 0! 0!,.....

70 129. Thoughts suggested by the occasion on the

78. The Flag Divided,..

71

night of July 4, 1861, by "J. C. B.,.......111

79. Song sung in Richmond,..

73 | 123. Oh, Say not it is borne to Earth, Ed. G. Jones,111

80. “Lettuce Alone,”.

74 / 124. The Two Furrows, C. H. Webb,..... ..112

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