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Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Contents of Thie first volume. (search)
glish Press on the Fall of Sumter,228 149.A Prayer for the Times, (Charleston News,)230 150.Vermont Volunteers--1st Regiment,231 151.President Lincoln's Proclamation Suspending Habeas Corpus in Florida,232 152.An English View of Civil War in America, London News,232 153.Maryland Legislature Resolutions, May 10,234 154.St. Louis--The Riot at, May 10,234 155.Charleston--Blockade of,236 156.Gen. Harney's Proclamation in Missouri,237 157.Connecticut--1st Regiment, Col. Terry,237 158.Appor to the North, C. L. S., 107 135.Songs of the Rebels: Reveries of War, C. J. H., 107 136.Songs of the Rebels: Land of the South, A. F. Leonard,108 137.Songs of the Rebels: Kentucky, Estelle, 108 138.Seceding Virginia, Mrs. Sigourney,116 139.America to the World, Vanity Fair,116 140.The Voices of the Hour, S. P. D., 117 141.Bay State Song, N. Y. Tribune,117 142.Col. Ellsworth, Capt. S. Whiting,118 143.War-Song, T. P. Rossiter,118 144.Battle Anthem, John Neal,119 145.Number One, H. D.
Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Introduction. (search)
uggle, to abandon a great integral part of the United States to a Foreign Power? Let it be remembered, too, that in granting to the seceding States, jointly and severally, the right to leave the Union, we concede to them the right of resuming, if they please, their former allegiance to England, France, and Spain. It rests with them, with any one of them, if the right of secession is admitted, again to plant a European Government side by side with that of the United States on the soil of America; and it is by no means the most improbable upshot of this ill-starred rebellion, if allowed to prosper. Is this the Monroe doctrine for which the United States have been contending? The disunion press in Virginia last year openly encouraged the idea of a French Protectorate, and her Legislature has, I believe, sold out the James River canal, the darling enterprise of Washington, to a company in France supposed to enjoy the countenance of the emperor. The seceding patriots of South Caroli