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Sound doctrine.

[The following ‘protest’ is simply the united sentiment of the Confederate soldier. He incited no populist partisan, and holds himself not at all responsible for any utterance the aim of which is palpable. He would accept nothing to his stultification. He may abide his time in restful sustenance. He simply pleads to be let alone. His own will care for and provide for him. So, leave the ‘dying lion’ in peace!]

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