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anassas; Muster Roll of Company H, Twenty-third Virginia Regiment. From Colonel Robert Tansill, of Manassas--The Causes which led to the Failure of the Confederate States; The Great Struggle for Richmond in 1862; Secession and Coercion justified by International Law; The Negro and his Peculiar Admirers; Black Republicanism vs. Liberty and the Union. (These essays are written by Colonel Tansill himself, and are vigorous and emphatic expressions of his views of men and things.) From Thomas Jackson--Roster of Captain Dabney Carr Harrison's Company, Fifty-sixth Virginia Regiment. From J. D. Davidson, Esq., Lexington, Virginia--The First and Last Order of the War — a Ms. Narrative which claims that both were issued by citizens of Lexington. From Judge Robert Ould (through George L. Christian, Esq.)--The Original Muster Rolls of the part of the Army of Northern Virginia Surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse. The rolls contain the autograph signatures of all the general, field