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Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Contents of Thie first volume. (search)
he North and West, R. H. Stoddard,4 10.Virginia to the North,4 11.Stars in My Country's Sky, L. H. Sigourney,4 12.North Men, Come Out, C. G. Leland,5 13.Our Star-gemmed Banner, H. E. T., 5 14.December 26, 1910, Mrs. J. M. Dorr,5 15.Laisser Aller, F. Lushington,13 16.A Volunteer Song, Rev. J. P. Thompson, D. D.,13 17.To the British Rifle Company, G. G. W. Morgan,13 18.The Stars and Stripes, F. De Haas Janvier,14 19.A Vision of January 4, Catherine Ledyard,14 20.A Northern Rally, John Clancy,14 21.Out and Fight, C. G. Leland,15 22.Massachusetts Regiment, Almira Seymour,15 23.The Secession Flag, Josephine Morss,15 24.Up, Brothers, All! Fannie Fales, 16 25.Yankee Doodle's Suggestions, G. W. Westbrook,16 26.The Stars and Stripes,16 27.God Save our Native Land! Jas. Walden,17 28.Our Fatherland,17 29.The New Year and the Union, Geo. D. Prentice,17 30.The Seventh, Fitz-James O'Brien,17 31.The United States Flag, W. Ross Wallace,18 32.National Guard Marching Song, A. J
20. a Northern rally. by John Clancy. We've borne too long this Southern wrong, That ever sought to shame us; The threat and boast, the braggart toast, “That Southern men would tame us.” We've bent the knee to chivalry, Have borne the lie and scorning, But now, thank God, our Northern blood Has roused itself from fawning. The issue's made, our flag's displayed, Let he who dare retard it; No cowards here grow pale with fear, For Northern swords now guard it. The men that won at Lexington A name and fame in story, Were patriot sires, who lit the fires To lead their sons to glory. Like rushing tide down mountain side, The Northern hosts are sweeping; Each freeman's breast to meet the test With patriot blood is leaping. Now Southern sneer and bullies' leer, Will. find swift vengeance meted; For never yet, since foemen met, Have Northern men retreated. United now, no more we'll bow, Or supplicate, or reason: 'Twill be our shame and lasting blame If we consent to treason. Then in
resolutions of, D. 11; Union meeting at, D, 30, 35 Child, Willard, D. 45 Childs, —, Captain, the Dayton Rifle Company, D. 33 Childs, George W., D. 56; Doc. 186 Chipp, W., D. 32 Chippewa Indians, D. 43 Chittenden, H. W., wife of, D. 46 Chittenden, S. B., D. 82; Doc. 94 Chisholm, Thomas, D. 68 Chowan Association, of N. C., D. 74 Chumasero, John C., D. 103 Cincinnati, O., workingmen's Union meeting at, D. 10 Cisco, John J., P. 8 Clancy, John, P. 14 Clark, Col. 19th N. Y. Regt., D. 95 Clarksburg, Va., citizens of, censure the course.of Gov. Letcher, D. 39 Clay, Cassius M., at Paris, D. 85, 94; letter to London Times, Doc. 340; reply of the London Times, Doc. 341; London News on letter of, Doc. 342; anecdote of, P. 39 Clay, Henry, speech of, 1850, Int. 31; his birthday the anniversary of the battle of Fort Sumter, P. 78 Clemens, Sherrard, D. 15; anecdote of his speech, 22d January, P. 21; D. 32; poem o
Editors on the Wing. --Among the arrivals by the Bienville at New Orleans, from New York via Havana, was quite a representation of New York journalism. Mr. John Clancy, of the New York Leader; Mr. George Wilkes, of the Spirit of the Times; and Col. H. Fuller, whilom of the Mirror, &c., composed it.
n to sustain it; placing the responsibility for the destruction of slavery upon Jeff. Davis and his co-conspirators against the Union, and expressing the belief that North Carolina will, notwithstanding, find ample compensation in the blessings of free labor for the present inconvenience of emancipation. Miscellaneous. The draft in the Fifteenth Ward, New York, was completed on the 20th without the least sign of dissatisfaction. Among the drafted are Wm. H. Fry, of the Tribune; John Clancy, of the Leader; Townsend Harris, late Minister to Japan; and John Morrissey, the pugilist. The authorities have not relaxed their vigilance in preparing to suppress disorder. Major-General Trimble, Brigadier-General Kemper, and several other rebel officers, wounded and captured at Gettysburg, were brought to Baltimore on the 21st. All the rebel officers in hospital in that vicinity, who are sufficiently recovered to be moved, are to be sent immediately to Johnson's Island, Lake Eri