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[5022] Richardson, William H. A manual of infantry and rifle tactics, with honors paid by the troops, inspections - reviews, &c. Abridged and compiled by Col. Wm. H. Richardson, graduate and formerly assistant instructor of tactics, Virginia Military Institute. Richmond, Va. Published by A. Morris. 1861.
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[5069] Theorie de l'art militaire. Exercice et manoeuvre de l'infanterie; ecole du soldat et ecole de peleton. Nouvelle-Orleans. Imprimerie de R.P. Theard, 195, rue de Chartres. 1861.

[5084] United States. War Department. Instruction for heavy artillery; prepared by a board of officers, for the use of the Army of the United States. Charleston: Steam-Power Presses of Evans & Cogswell, No 3 Broad and 103 East Bay Streets. 1861.
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[5085] United States. War Department. Instructions for heavy artillery; prepared by a board of officers for the use of the Army of the United States. Richmond, Va.: West & Johnston, 145 Main Street. 1862.

[5100] Warder, T.B. Battle of Young's Branch; or, Manassas Plain, fought July 21, 1861. With maps of the battle field made by actual survey, and the various positions of the regiments and artillery companies placed thereon, with an account of the movements of each, procured from the commanding officer, or an officer of the regiment. Also, an account of the battle. Also the battle ground of the 18th July, 1861, with General Beauregard's report of said battle. By T.B. Warder & Jas M. Catlett. 3 copies. Richmond: Enquirer Book and Job Press. Tyler, Wise, Allegre and Smith. 1862.

[5101] Warren, Kittrell J. History of the Eleventh Georgia Vols., embracing the muster rolls, together with a special and succinct account of the marches engagements, casualties, etc. By Kittrell J. Warren. Richmond, Va.: Smith, Bailey & Co., Printers. 1863.

[5116] Wheeler, Joseph. A revised system of cavalry tactics, for the use of the cavalry and mounted infantry, C.S.A. By Major General Joseph Wheeler, Chief of Cavalry, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. Mobile: S.H. Goetzel & Co. 1863.

[5184] Blum's farmers' and planters' almanac, for the year 1862: being the second after bissextileor leap year, containing 365 days, and until the 4th of July, the 86th year of our independence. Salem, N.C. Published and sold by L.B. & E.T. Blum. Copyright secured according to law. [1861.]

[5185] Blum's farmers' and planters' almanac, for the year 1863: being the third after bissextile or leap year, containing 365 days. Calculated by David Richardson, of Louisia County, Va. Salem, N.C. Published and sold by L.V. & E.T. Blum. Copyright secured according to law. [1862.]

[5187] Blum's farmers' and planters' almanac, for the year 1865: being the first after bissextile or leap year, containing 365 days. Calculated by David Richardson, of Louisa County, Va. Salem, N.C. Published and sold by L.V. & E.T. Blum. Copyright secured according to law. [1863.]

[5207] Buchanan, W. Jefferson. Maryland's hope; her trials and interests in connexion with the war. By W. Jefferson Buchanan.... West & Johnston, 145 Main Street, Richmond, 1864.

[5274] Commercial enfranchisement of the Confederate States of America, with original articles a new system of weights and measures, and new coins for the Confederate States. By a Virginian. Richmond: West & Johnston, 145 Main Street. 1862.

[5288] The Confederate States almanac, and repository of useful knowledge, for 1862. Compiled and published by H.C. Clarke, Vicksburg, Mississippi. [1861.]

[5289] The Confederate States almanac, and repository of useful knowledge, for the year 1863. H.C. Clarke, Vicksburg, Miss. [1863.]

[5290] The Confederate States almanac, and repository of useful knowledge. For the year 1864: being bissextile or leap year; the fourth of Southern independence; and until July 4th, the eighty-eighth of the independence of the United States. Astronomical calculations for the latitude and meridian of Augusta, Ga., and Richmond, Va., by T.P. Ashmore, Americus, Ga. Compiled by H.C. Clarke, Mobile, Ala. [1863.]

[5293] The Confederate States almanac for the year of our Lord 1862. Being the second after bissextile, or leap year, the eighty-sixth of American independence, and the second of the Confederate States. Calculations made at the University of Alabama. Edited by T.O. Summers, D.D. Nashville, Tenn.: Southern Methodist Publishing House. 1862.

[5297] Confederate States almanac for the year of our Lord 1864, being bissextile, or leap year and the 4th year of the independence of the Confederate States of America. Calculations made at the University of Alabama. Published for the trade by Burke, Boykin & Co., Macon, Ga. [1863.]

[5299] Confederate States almanac for the year of our Lord 1864, being bissextile, or leap year, and the 4th year of the independence of the Confederate States of America. Calculations made at the University of Alabama. Published for the trade of Burke, Boykin & Co., Macon, Ga. S.H. Goetzel, Mobile, Ala. [1863.]

[5330] DeBow, James D.B. The interest in slavery of the Southern non-slaveholder. The right of peaceful secession. Slavery in the Bible. Charleston: Steam-Power Presses of Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad and 103 East Bay Streets. 1860.

[5334] De Jarnette, Daniel C. The Monroe Doctrine. Speech of Hon. D.C. De Jarnette, of Virginia, in the Confederate House of Representatives, January 30th, 1865, pending negotiations for peace. [Richmond? 1865.]

[5364] Edwards, Weldon Nathaniel. Memoir of Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina. By Weldon N. Edwards. 2 copies. Raleigh: Raleigh Register Steam Power Press. 1862.

[5368] [Electorial ticket.] For President, Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi. For Vice President, A.H. Stephens, of Georgia.... [n.p., 1861.]

[5392] Fremantle, Arthur James Lyon. Three months in the Southern states: April, June, 1863. By Lieut.-Col. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards. Mobile: S.H. Goetzel. 1864.

[5399] Gardner, Charles. Gardner's New Orleans directory, for 1861, including Jefferson City, Gretna, Carrollton, Algiers, and McDonogh, with a new map of the city, a street and levee guide, business directory, an appendix of much useful information, and a planters directory containing the names of the cotton and sugar planters of Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas. A summery of the commercial history of New Orleans, continued. New Orleans: Compiled and published by Charles Gardner, No. 5 Commercial Place, Corner of Camp. 1861.
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[5416] [Gibbes, Robert Wilson] Memorial. To the Honorable the Congress of the Confederate States of America;... [n.p., 1864?]

[5417] Gilmer, John Harmer. Confederate States vs. John H. Gilmer. Substance of the opening argument of John H. Gilmer, with authorities; and the opinion of Judge Halyburton construing the sequestration act, &c. Richmond, Va.: West & Johnston, 145 Main Street. 1862.

[5421] Gilmer, John Harmer. Opinion of John H. Gilmer on the conscription act. [Richmond? 1862.]

[5433] Graham, William A. Speech of Hon. William A. Graham of Orange, in the Convention of North-Carolina, Dec. 7th, 1861, on the ordinance concerning test oaths and sedition. Raleigh: W.W. Holden, Printer. 1862.

[5491] Henry, Gustavus A. Speech of Hon. Gustavus A. Henry, of Tennessee, in the Senate of the Confederate States, November 29th, 1864. [Richmond, 1864.]

[5529] Jones, Joseph. Agricultural resources of Georgia. Address before the Cotton Planters Convention of Georgia at Macon, December 13, 1860. By Joseph Jones, M.D., chemist of the association, and professor of medical chemistry in the Medical College of Georgia, at Augusta. Augusta, Ga: Steam Press of Chronicle & Sentinel, 1861.

[5575] [Lyons, James] Four essays on the right and propriety of secession by Southern states, by a member of the bar of Richmond. Richmond, Va. Ritchie & Dunnavant, Printers. 1861.

[5583] MacMahon, T.W. Cause and contrast: an essay on the American crisis. By T.W. MacMahon. 2 copies. Richmond, Va. West & Johnston. 1862 [c. 1861].
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[5609] The Merryman habeas corpus case, Baltimore. The proceedings in full and opinion of Chief Justice Taney. The United States government a military despotism. 2 copies. Jackson, Miss.: J.L. Power. 1861.

[5610] [Miles, James Warley] The relation between the races at the South. Charleston: Steam-Power Presses of Evans & Cogswell, 3 Broad and 103 East Bay Streets. 1861.

[5615] Miller's planters' & merchants' state rights almanac, for the year of our Lord 1862: being the second after leap year. And 2d of Southern independence. Calculated for the meridian of Carolina & Georgia, containing the usual astronomical calculations, with the time of high water, and a new tide table. By Samuel H. Wright, A.M.; M.D. To which are annexed also, the Hebrew calender for the year 5622; and the days observed as the principal festivals and fasts by the Protestant Episcopal Church. The executive officers &c. Of the Confederate States government. The chief officers of the State of South-Carolina and of the city of Charleston, &c. &c. With the times of holding courts in South-Carolina and Georgia and other general information; with a gardener's calendar, (condensed) for each month, at the head of the page, &c. The calculations are made to apparent time and the tides for Charleston bar. Charleston, S.C. Printed, published and sold, wholesale & retail, by A.E. Miller, No. 3 State Street. [1861.]

[5620] Miller's planters' & merchants' state rights almanac, for theyear of our Lord 1863: being the third after leap year. And 3rd of Southern independence. Calculated for the meridian of Carolina & Georgia, containing the usual astronomical calculations, with the time of high water, and a new tide table. To which are annexed also, the Hebrew calendar for the year 5623; and the days observed as the principal festivals and fasts by the Protestant Episcopal Church. The executive officers &c of the Confederate States government. The chief officers of the State of South-Carolina and of the city of Charleston, &c., &c. With times of holding courts in South-Carolina and Georgia, and other general information; with a gardener's calendar, (condensed) for each month, at the head of the page &c. The calculations are made to mean time, and the tides for Charleston bar. Charleston, S.C. Printed, published and sold, wholesale and retail by A.E. Miller, No. 3 State Street. [1862.]

[5625] Miller's planters' & merchants' state rights almanac, for the year of our Lord 1865, being the first after leap year, and 5th of the independence of the Confederate States. Calculated for the horizon of Charleston, So. Car. But also adapted to South Carolina and the adjacent states. Containing the astronomical calculations, and time of high water for Charleston harbour to which are annexed also, the Hebrew calendar for the year 5625; and the days observed as the principal festivals and fasts by the Protestant Episcopal Church. The executive officers &c. of the Confederate States government. The chief officers of the State of South-Carolina and the city of Charleston, &c., &c. With the times of holding courts in South-Carolina and other general information; with a gardener's calendar (condensed) for each month at the head of the page, &c. Calculations by Prof. Robert Garlington, of Newberry College, So. Ca. Charleston, S.C. Printed and published by A.E. Miller & Co., No. 351 King Street; also sold by Welch & Harris, same place and booksellers generally throughout the state. [1864.]

[5626] Miller's planters' & merchants' state rights almanac, for the year of our Lord 1865, being the first after leap year, and 5th of the independence of the Confederate States. Calculated for the horizon of Charleston, So. Car. But also adapted to South Carolina and the adjacent states. Containing the astronomical calculations, and time of high water for Charleston harbour to which are annexed also, the Hebrew calendar for the year 5625; and the days observed as the principal festivals and fasts by the Protestant Episcopal Church. The executive officers &c. of the Confederate States government. The chief officers of the State of South-Carolina and of the city of Charleston, &c., &c. With the time of holding courts in South-Carolina and other general information; with a gardener's calendar (condensed) for each month, at the head of the page, &c. Calculations by Prof. Robert Garlington, of Newberry College, So. Ca. Charleston, S.C. Printed and published by A.E. Miller & Co., No. 351 King Street; also sold by Welch &Harris, same place and by booksellers generally throughout the state. [1864.]

[5733] Planters' Convention, Memphis, Tennessee. Report of select committee appointed by the Planters' Convention. [Memphis, Tenn., 1862.]

[5746] Preston, John Smith. Address of Hon. John S. Preston, commissioner from South Carolina, to the Convention of Virginia, February 19, 1861. Columbia, S.C., R.W. Gibbes. 1861.

[5763] Raleigh & Gaston Railroads. Proceedings of the fourteenth annual meeting of the stockholders of the Raleigh & Gaston Rail Road Company, with the repots [sic] of the president, treasurer, &c. Raleigh: Printed at the Inst. for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind. 1864.

[5778] Richardson, George W. Speech of George W. Richardson, of Hanover, in Committee of the Whole, on the report of the Committee on Federal Relations, in the Convention of Virginia, April 4, 1861. 3 copies. Richmond: Printed at the Whig Book and Jqb [sic] Office. 1862.

[5788] Richardson's Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of our Lord 1863, being the third after bissextile or leap year, the eighty-seventh of American independence, and the second of the Southern Confederacy. Calculated by David Richardson, of Louisa County, Va. J.W. Randolph, Publisher, Bookseller and Stationer, 145 Main Street, Richmond, Va. Chas. H. Wynne, Printer. [1862.]

[3797] Richardson's Virginia & North Carolina almanac, for the year of our Lord 1864, being bissextile or leap year, the eighty-ninth of American independence, and the fourth of the Confederate States. Calculated by David Richardson, of Louisa County, Va. Richmond, V a., A. Morris. [1864.]

[5861] Smith, Robert H. An address to the citizens of Alabama, on the constitution and laws of the Confederate States of America, by the Hon. Robert H. Smith, at Temperance Hall, on the 30th of March, 1861. (Published by request of the citizens of Mobile.) Mobile: Mobile Daily Register Print. 1861.

[5864] Smith, William R. The history and debates of the Convention of the people of Alabama begun and held in the city of Montgomery, on the seventh day of January, 1861; in which is preserved the speeches of the secret sessions and many valuable state papers. By William R. Smith, one of the delegates from Tuscaloosa. Montgomery: White, Pfister & Co. Tuscaloosa: D. Woodruff. Atlanta: Wood, Hanleiter, Rice & Co. 1861.
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[5889] Southern Pacific Railroad. Circular. New policy adopted by board of directors.... [Marshall, Tex., 1862.]

[5895] Southern rural almanac for 1862, by Thomas Affleck, Washington, Adams County, Mississippi. Published at the Office of the Picayune, New Orleans. [1861.]

[5907] Spence, James. The American union; its effect on national character and policy, with an inquiry into secession as a constitutional right, and the causes of the disruption. By James Spence. First American edition, from the fourth and revised (English) edition. Richmond: West & Johnston. 1863.

[5910] Spratt, L.W. The philosophy of secession; a Southern view, presented in a letter addressed to the Hon. Mr. Perkins of Louisiana, in criticism on the Provisional Constitution adopted by the Southern Congress at Montgomery, Alabama, by the Hon. L.W. Spratt, editor of the Charleston mercury, 13th February, 1861. [Charleston, S.C., 1861.]

[5973] Thornwell, James H. The state of the country: an article republished from the Southern Presbyterian review. By J.H. Thronwell, D.D. Columbia, S.C.: Southern Guardian Steam-Power Press. 1861.

[5983] To the Congress of the Confederate States. [Richmond? 186_.]

 

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