The Rebellion Record (Google eBook)

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G. P. Putnam, 1861 - United States
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Vols. 1-8 each in three divisions, separately paged: I. Diary of events; II. Documents and narratives; III. Poetry, rumors and incidents. Vol. 9 in two divisions, omitting "Diary of events"; v. 10-11 and supplement. "Documents" only.
  

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Contents

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The Hempen Cravat B H Stoddard
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ington 80
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PensacolaTo My Sou
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The Yankee Volunteers 03
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General WooCt Letters on the Crisis 10
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Shtrrard Clemens Speech 22
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Song for the Times L F 64
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Massachusetts 8th RogimcntOfficers Ac 81
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Fort MoultrieReport in Charleston Courier 82
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Massachusetts 4th Regiment 119
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Gen Scotts Letter to Secretary Floyd 121
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BaltimoreMayor Browns Statement 123
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Rhode Island Regiment Got Sprague 124
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Wendell Phillips Speech April 22 125
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CaliforniansMeeting in New York 131
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Liverpool TimesArticle on the Conflict 132
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Secretary Seward to Got Hicks 133
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Baltimore An Embargo at 134
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New YorkBar Meeting of 135
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John Bell and E II Swings Speeches April 23 137
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New Orleans Press Opinions of 138
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South Carolina 1st Regiment of 139
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N Y Bth ISth and 69th Regiments depar ture of 141
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98j Gov Hicks and Gen Butlers Correspond ence 144
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Gen Cass Speech at Detroit April 24 145
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Gov Letchers Proclamation April 24 146
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Geo Laws Letter 147
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JT Y 1th RegimentIts March 148
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Gov Letchers Proclamation April 25 154
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Gov Ellis North Carolina Proclamation 156
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N Y 1st Regiment Letters from 156
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WashingtonOath of Allegiance 168
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Gov Micki Message to Maryland Legislature 159
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Blockade of Virginia and North Carolina 161
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Fort Pickens Reinforcement of 162
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N Y S M Uh Regiment 163
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New Orleans Reriew of Confederate Troops at 164
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N Y Firemen Zouaves Departure of 165
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Jefferson Davis Message April 29 166
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The Weverton Letter 175
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The Palmetto Guard Ac 177
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28th Regiment N Y S M 178
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Baptist Convention in Georgia 179
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12C Albany Burgess Corps 181
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Gov Letchers Proclamation May 8 184
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New York to be Burned 185
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Commodore Stewarts Letter to Childs 18C 133 Rebel Army at lcnsacola 187
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The Attack on Washington Nat Intelligencer 1S8 135 Maryland Commissioners Report 190
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New Jersey TroopsList of Officers 191
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Faulkner Dayton and Sewards Correspond ence 192
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President Lincolns Letter to Marylandert 193
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Tilghman and Prentiss Internew 194
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Confederate Declaration of War 195
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Patriotic Fund Contributions 197
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20A Regiment N Y S M Ulster Co 198
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Reverdy Johnsons Speech at Frederick Md 199
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Tennessee League 201
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Edward Everetts Address at Roxbury Mass 205
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Gen Butlers Orders at Relay House 208
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146 Motleys Letter on Causes of the War 209
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Secession Military Act
219
14? The English Press on the Fall of Sumter
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A Prayer for the Times Charleston News 2 10
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President Lincolns Proclamation Suspending Habeas Corpus in Florida
232
Maryland Legislature Resolutions May 10
234
CharlestonBlockade of
236
Gen Harneys Proclamation in Missouri
237
Major Morriss Letter to Judge Giles at Bal timore
239
Senator Bayard on Secession
240
Gen Harnett Proclamation in Missouri
242
The Confederate Fast
243
Gov Hicks Proclamation May 14
245
Queen Victoria Proclamation of Neutrality May 13
247
Bishop Whittinghams Circular to the Clergy of Maryland
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New York Bible Society Meeting May 19 262 179 North Carolina Ordinance of Secession 203
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Tennessee 2d Regiment 205
265
1S5 Sam Houitoris Speech at Independence Texas
266
Howell Cobbs Speech at Atlanta Ga May 22268
268
1S7 Secretary Camerons Letter on Volunteers
269
New York Volunteers 5th Regiment Dur yeas Zouaves
270
190 Ohio 1st and 2d Regiments
271
Connecticut 3d Regiment
272
New York Volunteers 7th Regiment
273
Jeff Davis FastDay Proclamation
274
New York Volunteers 1st Regiment
281
Maj Spragues Letter from San Antonio
282
197 Joseph Holts Letter on the Pending Revo lution
283
Exportation of CottonConfederate Act
292
Gen McClellans Proclamation in Western Virginia
293
New Hampshire 1st Regiment
294
Judge Thompsons Proclamation at Wheeling
295
Col Duryeas Proclamation at Hampton
296
204j Senator Douglas Last Speech
298
Washington Artillery of New Orleans
300
New York Militia Pth Regiment 801
301
Edto Bates Letters to J M Botts 804
305
Garibaldi Guard New York City Regiment
307
Military Departments U S Army
310
Maine 2d Regiment Volunteers
314
New York 7th Regiment S M Papers ZIS 219 Maine 1st Regiment Volunteers 320
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Lieut Tompkini Skirmish at Fairfax Court House Ml
321
Jeff Davis Speech at Richmond June 1 822
325
New York Militia 79th Regiment S2S 227 Senator Rousseaus Speech in Ky Senate
329
227 Gen McDowells Proclamation on Damages 383
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Rectors Proclamation at Fort Smith
338
Beauregards Beauty and Booty Proclama tion 889
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Clays Letter to the London Times and Replies
340
Gov Letchers Orders for Destroying Roads
344
J M Masons Speech at Richmond June 8 848
347
Gen Morris Proclamation at Phitippi
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The Fight at Sumter C G Leland 1
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Portrait op Liect Ge n WINFIELD SCOTT Frontispiece
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Portrait op Pre3ide t LINCOLN 18
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General S CAMERON Secretary of War 52
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The Old Rifleman F Ticknor 64
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Our Braves in Virginia 65
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S3 Rebels 66
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King Cotton Ji II Stoddard 72
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Song of the Irish Legion It Mille 73
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Stand by the Flag 74
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Our Flag IF 75
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The Republic IF Oland Bourne 7
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The YardArm Tree Vanity Fair 86
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Army Hymn O Wendell Holme 87
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10V Rule Slaveownia London Punch 88
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To Ellsworth J W F Washington 89
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Ink Blood and Tears London Punch 90
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Fort Sumter C E LevereU Jr 91
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The Star of the West Charleston Mercury 92
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Welcome to the Invad ers Charleston Cou rier 98
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Scott and the Veteran Bayard Taylor 102
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Qui Transtulit Sustinet L L Weld 103
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The Nations Call J It Berry 104
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18o It is Great for our Country to Die Perrical 105
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Soug for Battle V B 106
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The South to the North C L S 107
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Land of the South A F Leonard 108
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Seceding Virginia Mrs Sigourney 116
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The Voices of the Hour S P L 117
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Bay State Song A Y Tribune UT 142 Col Ellsworth Copt S Whiting 118
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Battle Anthem John Seal 119
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New Version of an Old Song Evening Post 120
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To the Secession Flag Waterford Mail 121
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The Massachusetts Line Author of New Priest 122
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Jefferson D It J Cornwell 123
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MAPS
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The Bones of Washington London Punch 127
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Ode for 1861 II If Weld 188
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The Southern Volunteer to his Wife 183
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To the Washington Artillery N O DsltalS7 170 Secession Song 187
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Patriotic Song Bost Daily Ado 140
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Gen Harney Bost Transcript 141
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To the 3d Regiment Maine W C Baker Hi 178 GoodBye Boys M A Dtnnison 142
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WASHINGTON AND ITS VICINITY
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