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er, a heroic poem in three cantos, P. 91 Fort Washington, Potomac river, garrisoned, D. 11 Forts and fortresses, P. 139 Fortress Monroe, D. 10 Fosdick, Richard B., P. 56 Fox, —, Capt., visit to Fort Sumter, D. 19; P. 26 Fourth of July to be abolished, P. 22 Frankfort, Ala., Union resolutions of, D. 19 Frankfort, Ky., Military Institute, patriotic old fifer at, P. 40 Frazer, Thomas, P. 122 Frederick, Md., flag presentation at, D. 60 Freeborn, steamer, captures two schooners in the Potomac, D. 73 Freedom of speech at the South P. 40 Free suffrage, J. M. Mason's letter on, D. 71 Fremont, John C., in Paris, D. 85 Frieze, Colonel, of R. I., D. 37 From the South to the North, P. 107 Frost, C., a poem by, P. 45 Fry, James B., Asst. Adj. Gen. U. S. A. D. 83; Dec. 333 Fugitive Slave Law, D. 3 Fuller, Richard, Dr., his sympathies with the South, D. 68; censured by the Baptists, D. 88; p