Atkinson, Joseph Mayo. God, the giver of victory and peace. A thanksgiving sermon delivered in the Presbyterian Church, September 18, 1862, Raleigh, N.C. By Rev. Joseph M. Atkinson. [Raleigh? N.C., 1862?]
 Baptist Church. South Carolina. State Convention. Minutes of the forty-second anniversary of the State Convention of the Baptist Denomination in S.C., held at Greenville, July 25th-28th, 1862. Together with an abstract of the proceddings of the board of trustees of Furman University, held at the same time and place. Columbia, S.C.: Published for the Convention by E.R. Stokes. Printed at the Southern Guardian Office. 1862.
 Bible. The soldiers pocket Bible. Issued for the use of the army of Oliver Cromwell. (Original title-page) The soldier’s pocket Bible, containing the most (if not all) of those places contained in the Holy Scripture, wich do show the qualifications of the inner that is a fit soldier to fight the Lord’s battles, both before the fight, in the fight, and after the fight; which Scriptures are reduced to several heads, and fitly applied to the soldier’s several occasions, and so may supply the want of the whole Bible, wich a soldier cannot conveniently carry about him; and may be also useful for any Christian to meditate upon, now in this miserable time of war. With the soldier’s prayer, and battle hymn…. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]
 Bible. New Testament. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Nashville: Tennessee Bible Society, instituted in the year 1861.
 Bible New Testament. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Augusta: Confederate States Bible Society, instituted in the year 1862.
 Broadus, John Albert. We pray for you at home. By Rev. John A. Broadus, D.D. of S.C. [Raleigh, N.C., 186_.]
 [Brockenbrough, Mrs. Frances Blake] A mother’s parting words to her soldier boy. [Raleigh, N.C., 186_.]
 Bunyan, John. Come and welcome to Jesus Christ. By John Bunyan. Petersburg, Va., Evangelical Tract Society, 1862?]
 Burrows, John Lansing. The Christian scholar and soldier. Memoirs of Lewis Minor Coleman, professor in the University of Virginia – Lt. Col. of First Reg’t., Va. Artillery. By J.L. Burrows, D.D. [Raleigh, N.C.] 1864.
 The colonel’s conversion. A chief of sinners made a chief of saints. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]
 The converted soldier becomes a zealous missionary. 2 copies. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]
 Dabney, Robert Lewis. A memorial of Lieut. Colonel John T. Thornton, of the Third Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A. By the Rev. R.L. Dabney, D.D. Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication. 1864.
 The day of the trial. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]
 Doggett, David Seth. A nation’s Ebenezer. A discourse delivered in the Broad St. Methodist Church, Richmond, Virginia, Thursday, September 18, 1862: the day of public thanksgiving, appointed by the President of the Confederate States. By Rev. D.S. Doggett, D.D.: published by special request. 2 copies. Richmond, Va.: Enquirer and Job Press. 1862.
 Don’t put it off. [Raleigh, 1861?]
 [Duncan, James A.] Address to Christians throughout the world. [Richmond, 1863.]
 [Elliott, Stephen, Bishop of Georgia] Funeral services at the burial of the Right Rev. Leonidas Polk, D.D., together with the sermon delivered in St. Paul’s Church, Augusta, Ga., on June 29, 1864: being the feast of St. Peter the Apostle…. Columbia, S.C. Printed by Evans & Cogswell. 1864.
 Elliott, Stephen, Bishop of Georgia. Gideon’s water-lappers. A sermon preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, the 8th day of April, 1864. The day set apart by the Congress of the Confederate States, as a day of humiliation, fasting and prayer. (Published by request)…. Macon, Ga.: Burke, Boykin & Company. 1864.
 Elliott Stephen, Bishop of Georgia. God’s presence with our army at Manassas! A sermon, preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Sunday July 28th, being the day recommended by the Congress of the Confederate States, to be observed as a day of thanksgiving, in commemoration of the victory at Manassas Junction, on Sunday the 21st of July, 1861. By the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, D.D. rector of Christ Church…. Savannah: W. Thorne Williams. 1861.
 Freemasons, Alabama. Grand Council. Proceedings of the Grand Council of Alabama, at the annual assembly, held in the city of Montgomery, commencing December 6, 1860. Montgomery: Barrett, Wimbish & Co., Steam Printers and Binders. 1861.
 Freemasons. Alabama. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Alabama, held in the city of Montgomery, commencing December 3d, 1860. Montgomery, Ala.: Barrett, Wimbish & Co., Steam Printers and Binders. 1861.
 Freemasons. North Carolina. Grand Lodge. Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina. A.L. 5864. Raleigh: Printed at the “Daily Confederate” Office. 1865.
 Freemasons. Texas. Knights Templar. Grand Commandary. Proceedings of the Grand Commandery of Texas of Knights Templar, a the eighth annual conclave, held in Houston, June 12, A.D. 1861, and of the order 743. Rt. Em. Sir Edward Clark, Gr. Commander, Austin. Em. Sir Jno. N. Reed, Gr. Recorder, Galveston. Galveston: Printed at the Texas Christian Advocate Office. 1861.
 Freemasons. Virginia. Richmond Lodge, No. 10. By-laws and list of members of Lodge, No. 10. Revised and adopted A.L. 5864, A.D. 1864. Richmond: James E. Goode, Printer. 1864.
 Grasty, John Sharshall. A noble testimony. By Rev. John S. Grasty, Fincastle. [Raleigh, 186_.]
 Grasty, John Sharshall. Sin and its wages. By Rev. J.S. Grasty, Fincastle, Va. [Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 186_.]
 [Hall, Newman] Come to Jesus. [Presbyterian Committee of Publication, Richmond, Va., 186_.]
 Hall, Newman. Come to Jesus! – No. 8. Come now; it may be harder work tomorrow. [n.p., 186_.]
 [Hever, Reginald, Bishop of Calcutta] Noah’s carpenters. [Raleigh, 186_.]
 Hoge, Willian James. Sketch of Dabney Carr Harrison, minister of the gospel and Captain in the Army of the Confederate States of America. By William J. Hoge, D.D., author of “Blind Bartimeus.” Twenty-five thousand. Richmond, Va. Presbyterian Committee of Publication of the Confederate States. 1863.
 Hornady, H.C. How to be saved. By Rev. H.C. Hornady. [Macon, Ga., Ga. Bib. & Col. Society, 186_.]
 Hymns for the camp. Second edition, revised and enlarged…. [Raleigh, Strother & Marcom, Printers. 1862.]
 “I cannot change my own heart.” [Petersburg, Evangelical Tract Society, 186_.]
 I don’t like professions. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]
 Individual effort, or What can I do? [Tyler, Allegre & McDaniel, Enquirer Job Office, Richmond, Va., 1863?]
 Individual effort; or, What can I do? [Raleigh? 186_.]
 [Marsh, Catherine] A sketch of the life of Capt. Hedley Vicars, the Christian soldier…. Richmond: Macfarlane & Fergusson, Printers. 1862.
 Meade, William, Bishop of Virginia. Sermon preached by Bishop Meade at the opening of the convention of the P.E. Church of Virginia, in the city of Richmond, in the fifty first year of his ministry, and the thirty-second of his episcopate. Published by order of the convention. Richmond: Chas. H. Wynne, Printer. 1861.
 Memoir of our late sister, Ann Lavinia Zevely, who departed this life at Salem, N.C., June 11th, 1862. Salem, N.C., L.V. & E.T. Blum, printers, 1862.
 Miles, James Warley. God in history. A discourse delivered before the graduating class of the College of Charleston on Sunday evening, March 29, 1863. By Rev. James Warley Miles… Published by request of the class. Charleston: Steam-Power Press of Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad and 103 East Bay streets. 1863.
 Napoleon I. Napoleon’s argument for the divinity of christ and the scriptures, in a conversation with General Bertrand, at St. Helena. Translated from the French. Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad Street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]