The Spy of the Rebellion: Being a True History of the Spy System of the United States Army During the Late Rebellion. Revealing Many Secrets of the War Hitherto Not Made Public. Comp. from Official Reports Prepared for President Lincoln, General McClellan and the Provost-marshal-general
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