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

Gen Scotts Letter to Secretary Floyd
121
BaltimoreMayor Browns Statement
123
Rhode Island Regiment Gov Sprague
124
Wendell Phillips Speech April 22
125
CaliforniansMeeting in New York
131
Liverpool TimesArticle on the Conflict
132
Secretary Seward to Gov Hicks
133
Baltimore An Embargo at
134
New York Bar Meeting of
135
John Bell and H Swings Speeches April 23
137
New Orleans Press Opinions of
138
South Carolina 1st Regiment of 189
139
N Y Sth 13M and 69th Regiments depar ture of
141
93a Gov Hicks and Gen Butlers Correspond ence
144
Gen Cass Speech at Detroit April 24
145
Gov Letchers Proclamation April 24
146
St Louis ArsenalHow the Arms were Taken
147
N Y 1th RegimentJts March
148
Gov Letchers Proclamation April 25
154
Gov Ellis North Carolina Proclamation
155
N Y 1st Regiment Letters from
156
WashingtonOath of Allegiance
158
Gov Hicks Message to Maryland Legislature
159
Blockade of Virginia and North Carolina
161
Fort Pickens Reinforcement of
162
N Y S M Uh Regiment
163
New Orleans Review of Confederate Troops at
164
N Y Firemen Zouaves Departure of
165
Jefferson Davis Message April 29 1C6 118 The Weverton Letter
175
The Palmetto Guard C 177
177
2SA Regiment N Y S M
178
Baptist Convention in Georgia
179
Albany Burgess Corps
181
Gov Letchers Proclamation May 3
184
New York to be Burned
185
Commodore Stewarts Letter to Childs
186
1S3 Rtbel Army at Pensacola
190
New Jersey TroopsList of Officers
191
Faulkner Dayton and Sewards Correspond ence
192
President Lincolns Letter to Marylanders
193
Tilghman and Prentiss Interview
194
Confederate Declaration of War
195
Patriotic Fund Contributions
197
20lh Regiment N Y S M Ulster Co
199
Tennessee League
201
Edward Everetts Address at Roxbury Mass
205
Gen Butlers Orders at Relay House
208
146 Motleys Letter on Causes of the War
209
Secession Military Act
219
The English Press on the Fall of Sumter
228
A Prayer for the Times Charleston News 280
231
An English View of Civil War in America London News
232
Maryland Legislature Resolutions May 10
234
CharlestonBlockade of
236
Gen Harneys Proclamation in Missouri
237
The Confederate Fast
243
Bishop Whittinghami Circular to the Clergy
253
1751 Arkansas Secession Ordinance
259
Tennessee 2d Regiment
265
MO1 Ohio 1st and 2d Regiments
271
New York Volunteers 1st Regiment
281
Vermont 1st Regiment Volunteers
348
Border State Convention Addresses
350
Fight at Great BethelOmtial Reports
356
Connecticut 4th Regiment
362
New York Volunteers 20th Regiment
364
New York Volunteers 6th Regiment Wil sons
366
2491 John P Kennedys Appeal to Maryland 3C8 250 J S CarlisUsSpeechin Virginia Convention
374
The First PrivateerThe Savannah
376
Massachusetts Volunteers 1 at Regiment
377
Germans of Kentucky Address to 87T 254 John Jays Address in Westchester Co N Y 878
401
Declaration of the People of Virginia
403
PoETBY 1 Shop and Freedom London Punch 1
1
To Massachusetts Soldiers 2
2
My Country A C Cooper 8
3
A Suggestion to Major Anderson 4
4
North Men Come Out C G Leland 5
5
Incidents Rumors
7
Laisser Aller F Lushington 13
13
The Stars and Stripes F De Haas Janvier 14
14
2L Out and Fight C G Leland 15
15
Up Brothers All Fannie Fales 16
16
God Save our Native Land Jos Walden 17
17
The United States Flaj IK Rosa Wallace 18
18
National Guard Marching Song A J H Duganne 19
19
A NewSong of Sixpence Vanity Fair 23
23
The Great Bell Roland TUo Tilton 29
29
All We Ask is to be Let Alone Hartford
30
Courant 80
31
F A H 81
32
The 19th of April 1861 Lucy Larcom 82
33
The Two Eras L II Sigourney 34
34
April 1917751801 II II B 85
36
The Other AbouBenAdhem 38
38
On Brothers On S W Brooks 45
45
Arming for Battle IF C Richards 46
46
The Northern Volunteers Geo Boweryem 47
47
The March of the Seventh R S O 48
48
To Arms M Perry Lowe 50
50
Song of Columbias Daughters E D Wright 51
51
Western VirginiaSherrard Clemens 52
52
The Call for Volunteers G W Bungay 53
53
The Departure W C Richards 63
61
War Questions W Ross Wallace 62
62
Our Country Geo Luni 63
63
Song for the Times L F ? 64
64
Our Braves in Virginia 65
65
Rebels 66
66
King Cotton R H Stoddard 72
72
Song of the Irish Legion Jot Dc Mille 73
73
Stand by the Flag 74
74
Our Flag W 75
75
Ein Feste Burg ist unser Gott J G Whit tier 85
85
The YardArm Tree Vanity Fair 86
88
To Ellsworth J W F Washington 69
89
Ink Blood and Tears London Punch 90
90
11C Fort Sumter C E Leverett Jr 91
91
The Star of the West Charleston Mercury 92
92
Welcome to the Invad ers Charleston Cou rier 93
93
Scott and the Veteran Bayard Taylor 102
102
Qui Transtulit Sustinet L L Weld 103
103
The Nations Call J H Berry 104
104
ISO It is Great for our Country to Die Percital 105
105
Dixie Albert PiU 108
107
Land of the South A F Leonard 108
108
Seceding Virginia Mrs Sigourney 116
116
The Voices of the Hour S P D 117
117
Col Ellsworth Capl S Whiting 118
118
Battle Anthem John Seal 119
119
HC New Version of an Old Song Evening Post AW 147 All Forward Independent 120
120
To the Secession Flag Waterford Mail 121
121
The Massachusetts Line Author of New Priest 122
122
Jefferson D J Cornwell 123
123
2t A P
126
The Bones of Washington London Punch 127
127
Ode for lb61 H II Weld 138
133
The Southern Volunteer to his Wife 138
134
14 The Rattlesnake Banner II M W 185
135
Southern WarCry iK O Picayune 136
136
To the Washington Artillery A O DeltaAZI 170 Secession Soug 137
137
Patriotic Song Bost Daily Adv 140
140
Gen Harney 7W Transcript 141
141
To the 3d Regiment Maine W C Baker 142
142

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