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Acts of the General Assembly, Passed at the Extra Session, Held May Sixth, 1862, at...Wheeling.
1862
 

Fredericksburg Rail Road Only. Confederate States of America. War Department. Richmond. (May 22), 1864. Permission is granted...
1864
 

Epitaph. Here Lie the Mutilated and Disjointed Remains of the Noblest Form of Government....[Caption title]. Broadside, 23.5" x 9.5." Printed in two columns in a variety of types with black border.
1860
 

Central American Colonization Society. [Oblong 4to printed membership certificate in two colors.]
1865
 

Chronicle--Extra. Jeff. Davis Captured! Warren, May 14, 1:30 P.M. We are indebted to Messrs. Camp & Russel, of the A. & G.W. Telegraph Line, for the following dispatch:...[Caption title & partial text]. Narrow 8vo broadside.
1865
 

By-Laws of the Orphan House of Charleston, South Carolina....
1861
 

Died, Near the South-Side Rail Road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years....[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong 4to broadside on heavy stock with ornamental border. Fine.
1865
 

Prison Bill of Fare, by a Prisoner of War, Composed, Written and Spoken at the Exhibition of the "Prisoners of War Dramatic Association" Richmond, Va. Nov. 8, 1861. [Caption title.] Broadside in two columns, with typographical borders.
1861
 

H’d Q’rs Army of the Shenandoah. Office Provost Marshall General, Winchester, Va., May 13th, 1865. Circular. All persons without regard to their rank or employment in the civil or military service of the late rebel Government, will be permitted to take the Amnesty Oath….[Caption title and partial text]. 4to broadside, signed in type by Brevet Major General [Alfred T.A.] Torbert and Provost Marshall General C. McK. Leoser at end. Folded in eighths at some point, with minor losses (in no way affecting the sense) along folds, now skillfully backed. Very good.
1865
 

Reports and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, Passed at the Annual Session of 1863. [and] Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina: Being the Session of 1863. [and] Journal of the Senate of South Carolina, Being the Session of 1863.
1863
 

ALLSTON , JOSEPH BLY Sumter.
1874
 

ANON. Savannah Cotton. Memorial. To the President of the United States: [Caption title].
1865
 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT. Original Acrostics, on Some of the Southern States, Confederate Generals, and Various Other Persons and Things. Illustrated.
1873
 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT. Original Acrostics,on Some of the Southern States. Confederate Generals, and Various Other Persons and Things. Illustrated.
1869
 

BOYKIN, EDWARD M. The Boys and Girls Stories of the War.
1863
 

CAMPBELL, J.D. Resid The North Carolina Journal of Education. March, 1863. Vol. VI, Number 2.
1863
 

CONFEDERATE. By-Laws and List of Members of Richmond Randolph Lodge No. XIX, Ancient York Masons.
1864
 

CUMMING, KATE. A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee from the Battle of Shiloh to the End of the War...
1866
 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON. President's Message. [Caption title.]
1864
 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON. Relations of States. Speech...Delivered in the Senate...
1860
 

De BOW, JAMES D. B., The Interest in Slavery of the Southern Non-Slaveholder. The Right of Peaceful Secession. Slavery in the Bible.
1860
 

DUNKLE, JOHN J. Prison Life During the Rebellion. Being a Brief Narrative of the Miseries and Sufferings of Six Hundred Confederate Prisoners Sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island to be Punished. Written by Fritz Fuzzlebug; One of Their Number.
1869
 

EDWARDS, WELDON N. Memoir of Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina.
1862
 

GILHAM, WILLIAM. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States.
1862
 

HASELTINE, JOHN W. Descriptive Catalogue of Confederate Notes and Bonds...
1876
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. EXTRA! [Mobile] Daily News Office, Sunday, June 4--6 P.M....President Johnson's Emancipation Proclamation. Pardon to all Confederates below the rank of Colonel or Lieutenant in the Navy. Important to Civilians. The Trial of Jeff. Davis. Gen. Lee Arrested. Interesting to Cotton Speculators. [Special Dispatch to the Mobile Daily News. {Caption title & first column headlines]. Large 4to broadside in three columns.
1865
 

LONGSTREET, JAMES. From Manassas to Appomattox. Memoirs of the Civil War in America. Illustrated with Plates, Maps, Portraits, and Engravings Specially Prepared for This Work.
1896
 

MacMAHON, T. W. Cause and Contract: An Essay on the American Crisis.
1862
 

MacMAHON, T. W. Cause and Contract: An Essay on the American Crisis.
1862
 

MATHES, J. HARVEY. The Old Guard in Gray. Researches in the Annals of the Confederate Historical Association. Sketches of Memphis Veterans Who Upheld Her Standard in the War, and of Other Confederate Worthies. Illustrated.
1897
 

MATTHEWS, JAMES M. E The Statutes at Large of the Provisional Government of the Confederate States of America, from the Institution of the Government, February 8, 1861, to its Termination, february 18, 1862, Inclusive...Together with the Constitution for the Provisional Government and the Permanent Constitution of the Confederate States, and the Treaties Concluded by the Confederate States with Indian Tribes.
1864
 

McDANIEL, JOHN ROBIN To the Citizens of Lynchburg and Campbell Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 7.5."
1865
 

McELROY, JOHN. Andersonville: a Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Months a Guest of the So-Called Southern Confederacy. A Private Soldier's Experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear and Florence.
1879
 

NORTH CAROLINA MASON Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina. A.L. 5864.
1865
 

PIKE, ALBERT. Dixie. Southrons, Hear Your Country Call You! [Caption title]. Broadside, 5" x 8", printed in blue with a vignette of Jefferson Davis ("Our First President"), surrounded by Confederate flags.
1861
 

POLK, LIEUT. GEN. LE A Proclamation. To All Soldiers in This Department Absent from Their Commands Without Leave. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside. 26 x 22 cm.
1864
 

POLLARD, EDWARD A. Observations in the North: Eight Months in Prison and on Parole.
1865
 

ROBERTS, CAPT. JOSEP The Hand-Book of Artillery, for the Service of the United States. (Army and Militia.) Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
1862
 

ROOT, SIDNEY. Primary Bible Questions for Young Children. Third Edition, Revised, Enlarged and Improved.
1864
 

RYAN, ABRAM. The Sword of Robert Lee. By "Moina."* *Father Abram Ryan of Knoxville, Tennessee, Author of the celebrated lines on the "Conquered Banner." [Caption title] 8vo broadside, six six-line stanzas.
1868
 

SANFORD, GEN. J.W.A. Address of Genl. J[ohn] W.A. Sanford, Commissioner of Georgia, Before the Texan Convention, 4th Feb. 1861. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13.5" x 5'. Left margin somewhat narrow, but fine.
1861
 

SHERIDAN, P.H. Chronicle--Extra. Warren, Friday, Apr. 7, 4 P.M. The following despatches have just been received: Lt. Gen'l Grant:--I have the honor to report that the enemy made a stand at the junction of the Burkesville Station Road...Up to this time we have captured Gen'ls Ewell, Kesshall, Button, Coorse, DeBarry and Curtiss, several thousand prisoners...I think Lee will surender. P.H. Sheriday. Later. Lee's Whole Army Has Surrendered. P.H. Sherridan. [Caption title & partial text.] 8vo. broadside.
1865
 

SORREL, GEN. G. MOXL Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer. With Introduction by Senator John W. Daniel.
1905
 

TOWNSEND, JOHN. Tract, No. 1. The South Alone, Should Govern the South. And African Slavery Should Be Controlled by Those Only Who Are Friendly To It. Third Edition.
1860
 

WINDER, GEN. JOHN H. Rules and Regulations Governing Confederate States Prison, at Tuscaloosa, Ala. {Caption title, in three lines]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1863
 

WYETH, JOHN ALLAN. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.
1914
 

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