The Rebellion record: a diary of American events, with documents, narratives illustrative incidents, poetry, etc, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Frank Moore
Putnam, 1862 - United States
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Contents

Lieut Mayos Response to the Proclamation
193
Joseph Segars Speech in the Virginia House
214
Galutlia A Groivs Speech July 4
222
Report of the Secretary of War July 1
229
63a Tlte Fight at Eomney Va
242
Carthage Mo July 5 210
251
Occupation of Fairfax Court House Va
327
The Confederate Government
354
lliy The Dark Bay By Edward Everett
391
11j Mississippi Secession Ordinance
397
Debate on Andrew Johnson 7 solution in
403
12JV Got Pettu Message
411
ISO Cox Peace Proposition
435
13 Col Miles Defence
441
General D M Frosts Letter to Claiborne
494
BattU of Wiltons Creek continued Report of Capt Steele 603
495
Carr
504
Wright 605
505
Report of Gen Price
506
J B Clark
508
Beu McCulIoch
509
Missouri Democrat Narrative
511
New York Tribune Narrative
514
Secession Narratives
519
Gen Fremonts Order
520
A Rebel Shout of Exultation
521
Resolutions of the Convention of Western Vir ginia
522
Release of the Surgeons captured at Bull Run
523
Ben McCullochs Proclamation August 12
524
Gen Ibpes Order regulating the Navigation of the Missouri River
525
Jeff Davis Proclamation of Banishment
526
The Revolt of the 79th Regt N Y S V
527
1S6 Exchanges of Prisoners considered by the Rebels
529
Goo Buckinghams Cull August 15
531
Abraham Lincolns Proclamation forbidding Intercourse with the South
532
Gov Yaks Proclamation August 17
533
Nurses in the National Army
534
Zollicofftrs Order No 3
535
Bishop Odcnheimers Pastoral Letter Aug 19 OT 197 Gen Hurlburts Order August 19
537
Confederate Act increasing the Artillery Corps
538
Skirmish at Hawks Nest Va 589
539
Gov Cvrlins Proclamation August 20
540
Brig Gen Prices Proclamation to the People of Missouri Aug 20
541
United Stales Executive Government 186165641
542
20S Gen Benhams Report Carricks Ford
543
POETRY Page 1 Bull Run Sunday July 21st Alice B Raven 1
1
After the Fight at Manassas Sarah Helen Whitman 2
2
The Regiment Returned Park Benjamin 8
3
The Civilians at Bull Run II R Tracy 4
4
A Tribute to the Brave H Clay Preuss 5
5
Citoycus La Ialrie est en Danger A L 33
34
Step to the Front Sons of the Heather Buf falo Daily Courier 35
35
The Meeting on the Border Louisville Jour nal 36
36
The Maid of Ulster M MN Wahh 86
37
Alarum Vanity Fair 37
38
Southrons 39
39
The Welsh Rally 40
40
To Jefferson Davis 44
44
Let Us Alone W H Burleigh 47
47
The Soldiers Last Word Fork Benjamin 48
48
The StarSpangled Banner London Punch 49
49
Hear us Father Save our Land E T P Beach 50
50
To the United States Mayne Reid 51
51
5 The Men who Fell in Baltimore J W Forney 52
52
The Dream and the Awakening 53
53
A Song for the Illinois Volunteers Agnes 54
54
Russells Flight by B 65
60
Kentucky Forsythe Willson CI
61
The Invisible Armies 02
62
The War Slogan dedicated to Captain McMul lins Rangers 63
63
The Volunteers Wife G A Toicnsend 04
65
Wars Changes B P Shillaber 67
67
Our Southern Land 63
68
Jeff Davis is Coming 0 0 70
70
The Flag Divided 71
71
Song sung in Richmond 73
73
Lettuce Alone 74
74
A Vision in the Forum T Buchanan Bead 70
76
A Gathering Song 77
77
A Psalm of Freedom Rev E II Sears 73
79
Hoi Sons of the Puritan 80
80
Compromise Edna Dean Proctor 81
81
War Sonnet C K Tuckerman 83
83
Freedoms Banner Louistille Journal 88
88
The Union E L Manter 89
89
Yankee Doodle on the Crisis 93
93
Southward Ho 94
94
The Cavaliers Song Vanity Fair 95
95
What of the Night? 96
96
10 Weep oer the Heroes as they Fall Chas Wm Butler 97
97
The London Times on American Affairs 104
104
Manassas Florence Willesford Borron 105
105
The Battle Summer IT T Tuckerman 106
106
My Maryland words altered J F WU shampel Jr 107
107
Nineteen Hundred 103
108
To General Butler by Bay State 109
109
God Preserve the Union John Savage 110
110
Thoughts suggested by the occasion on the night of July 4 1861 by J C B
111
Oh Say not it is borne to Earth Ed G Jones lll
112
Important Telegram 43
119

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Page 134 - RESOLVED, That the preceding Constitution be laid before the United States, in Congress assembled, and that it is the opinion of this Convention, that it should afterwards be submitted to a Convention of Delegates, chosen in each State by the people thereof, under the recommendation of its Legislature, for their assent and ratification...
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