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Is the, Eclectic history of the United States, written by Miss Thalheimer and published by Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., Cincinnati, a fit book to be used in our schools? A Review by J. Watm. Jones. Paper no. I. We propose to confine ourselves for the present to that part of this so-called History which treats of the origin,
expedition was persisted in, notwithstanding the Confederate commissioners assured Mr. Seward that it would be regarded as a declaration of war against the Confederate States—and that under all of the circumstances, therefore, the firing on Sumter was as purely an act of selfdefence as is to be found in all history.
4. On page eat part of its cannon, rifles, and military stores were in Southern forts and arsenals, which were taken almost without exception by the authorities of the Confederate States—with the statement in paragraph 497, pages 279-280, that the South had begun the war with abundant supplies of money and material, [notice that the author h