to Jan., ‘82), unbound,$18 00
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Full set of Papers, nine volumes bound in half Morocco,24 75
Full set of Papers, nine volumes bound in half calf,27 00
Treatment of prisoners, 1 00
Early's Memoir of the last year of the war,75
General Fitzhugh Lee having kindly consented to repeat his lecture on Chancellorsville at several points in the South, for the benefit of the Society, arrangements are being made for him to lecture in Augusta, Ga., Savannah, Charleston, and other places.
General Lee's lecture admirably combines a most valuable historic discussion of that great battle, with a narrative that sparkles with good hits and well-told anecdotes, and possesses rare interest, not only for the old soldier, but for the general public as well.
A rare treat is in store for those who shall hear him.
And we anticipate a delightful season in mingling with old comrades and meeting new friends.
F. D. Johnson, whose adver