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Washington, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.4
page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Senlac ; page 288, line 18, for morning read evening ; page 291, line 24, for sabre-hilt read sabre-belt ; page 299, line 29, for Gracy's read Geary's ; page 300, line 4 of note, for 2nd read 3rd ; page 301, line 4 from bottom of note, for our read one ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcoran is at the same time judicious in his donations, and it adds to the pleasure of this gift to receive it as a token of his continued interest in the work we are doing and his confidence in the management of our affairs.
ne 10, for round read moved ; page 246, line 16, for above read alone ; page 248, line 19, for Brownsboroa read Boonsboroa ; page 259, line 23, for our read one ; page 259, line 4 from bottom, for force before strongly read part ; page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Senlac ; page 288, line 18, for morning read evening ; page 291, line 24, for sabre-hilt read sabre-belt ; page 299, line 29, for Gracy's read Geary's ; page 300, line 4 of note, for 2nd read 3rd ; page 301, line 4 from bottom of note, for our read one ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality
W. W. Corcoran (search for this): chapter 1.4
e ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcoran is at the same time judicious in his donations, and it adds to the pleasure of this gift to receive it aipt. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcoran is at the same time judicious in his donations, and it adds to the pleasure of this gift to receive it as a token of his continued interest in the work we are doing and his confidence in the management of our affairs.
J. A. Early (search for this): chapter 1.4
f you hear an old subscriber complaining that he has not received his January number, please ask him, with our compliments, if he has sent on his renewal fee! We do not send this number to those whose time has expired and fromwhom we have not heard; and let each one of our friends try to send us at least one new subscriber. Mistakes by our Printer are not frequent, but our last number contained some which were as annoying to him as to the writer and the editor. In the two papers by General Early on the Battle of Gettysburg there were a number of errors, the most important of which we correct, as follows: Page 243, line 10, for round read moved ; page 246, line 16, for above read alone ; page 248, line 19, for Brownsboroa read Boonsboroa ; page 259, line 23, for our read one ; page 259, line 4 from bottom, for force before strongly read part ; page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Se
und read moved ; page 246, line 16, for above read alone ; page 248, line 19, for Brownsboroa read Boonsboroa ; page 259, line 23, for our read one ; page 259, line 4 from bottom, for force before strongly read part ; page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Senlac ; page 288, line 18, for morning read evening ; page 291, line 24, for sabre-hilt read sabre-belt ; page 299, line 29, for Gracy's read Geary's ; page 300, line 4 of note, for 2nd read 3rd ; page 301, line 4 from bottom of note, for our read one ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcora
Editorial paragraphs. The Combining of our January and February numbers enables us to give articles which have been already delayed longer than was desirable, while our readers lose nothing by the change, and gain an earlier reception of the matter for our February number. Renewals and New subscribers are now in order, and we beg our friends to let us have both as rapidly as possible. If you hear an old subscriber complaining that he has not received his January number, please askJanuary number, please ask him, with our compliments, if he has sent on his renewal fee! We do not send this number to those whose time has expired and fromwhom we have not heard; and let each one of our friends try to send us at least one new subscriber. Mistakes by our Printer are not frequent, but our last number contained some which were as annoying to him as to the writer and the editor. In the two papers by General Early on the Battle of Gettysburg there were a number of errors, the most important of which w
Editorial paragraphs. The Combining of our January and February numbers enables us to give articles which have been already delayed longer than was desirable, while our readers lose nothing by the change, and gain an earlier reception of the matter for our February number. Renewals and New subscribers are now in order, and we beg our friends to let us have both as rapidly as possible. If you hear an old subscriber complaining that he has not received his January number, please ask February number. Renewals and New subscribers are now in order, and we beg our friends to let us have both as rapidly as possible. If you hear an old subscriber complaining that he has not received his January number, please ask him, with our compliments, if he has sent on his renewal fee! We do not send this number to those whose time has expired and fromwhom we have not heard; and let each one of our friends try to send us at least one new subscriber. Mistakes by our Printer are not frequent, but our last number contained some which were as annoying to him as to the writer and the editor. In the two papers by General Early on the Battle of Gettysburg there were a number of errors, the most important of which we
September 18th (search for this): chapter 1.4
e ; page 259, line 4 from bottom, for force before strongly read part ; page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Senlac ; page 288, line 18, for morning read evening ; page 291, line 24, for sabre-hilt read sabre-belt ; page 299, line 29, for Gracy's read Geary's ; page 300, line 4 of note, for 2nd read 3rd ; page 301, line 4 from bottom of note, for our read one ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcoran is at the same time judicious in his donations, and it adds to the pleasure of this gift to receive it as a token of his continued interest in t
September 19th (search for this): chapter 1.4
, for force before strongly read part ; page 272, line 4, for northwest read southwest ; page 273, line 15, for argued read agreed :; page 281, line 5 of note, for Jenlac read Senlac ; page 288, line 18, for morning read evening ; page 291, line 24, for sabre-hilt read sabre-belt ; page 299, line 29, for Gracy's read Geary's ; page 300, line 4 of note, for 2nd read 3rd ; page 301, line 4 from bottom of note, for our read one ; page 279, line 10, the date 18th of September should be the 19th of September, the error being in the manuscript. There are a number of verbal errors, as the substitution of in for on, and of these for those. Our liberal Benefactor, W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington, has placed the Society under renewed obligations by another donation of $500. Of princely liberality, Mr. Corcoran is at the same time judicious in his donations, and it adds to the pleasure of this gift to receive it as a token of his continued interest in the work we are doing and his con