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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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116. songs of the rebels. Fort Sumter: a heroic poem, in three Cantos. by Charles Edward Leverett, Jr. Canto I. Now glory be to Uncle Abe, and Scott, his lion pet, And Seward, the righteous pontifex, who rules the Cabinet; And glory to the mighty fleet that stood off Charleston Bar, And left the dauntless Anderson to bear the brunt of war! The Patriarch in Washington had summoned to his side His squad of Solons — brilliant men, the rabble's joy and pride, And some were looking very black, and some were looking blue; The nation was at loggerheads, and none knew what to do; And little light had yet been thrown upon the States' affairs, or Abe, though good at splitting rails, was bad at splitting hairs. Then up arose that valiant man, Lieutenant-General Scott, And drew his sword, like Philip's son, and cut the Gordian knot. “Now, by this waxed moustache,” he said, and looked around the group, “And by these lips that tasted once a hasty plate of soup, I raise my voice for horri
45, 47, 55, 121; proclamation of April 17th, Doc. 70; proclamation of April 24th, Doc. 146; proclamation of April 25th, Doc. 154; proclamation of May 3d, Doc. 184; is orders for the destruction of railroad bridges, &c., Doc. 344 Letters of Marque, D. 71, 78; Jefferson Davis' proclamation offering, Doc. 71; Charleston Mercury on, Doc. 71; confederate act relative to, Doc. 195; Davis' instructions for, Doc. 272 Let us alone, the reason why the North will not, P. 124 Leverett, Charles Edward, P. 91 Lewis Cass, revenue cutter, D. 16; the seizure of, Doc. 28 Lewis, Colonel, of Pa., D. 67 Lexington, Ky., Union in, D. 89 Liberty, Mo., arsenal at, seized, D. 36 Lincoln, Abraham, will be forced from Washington, D. 5; his life not worth a week's purchase, D. 89; arrival at Washington D. 17; declared president of the U. S., D. 17; inauguration of, D. 18; how his inaugural is received, D. 19; refuses to receive the Southern commissioners, D. 22; recei