A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital - Vol. 2

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A
REBEL WAR CLERK'S DIARY

AT THE CONFEDERATE STATES CAPITAL

By
J. B. JONES

CLERK IN THE WAR DEPARTMENT OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES GOVERNMENT: Author of"WILD WESTERN SCENES," etc.

A NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND HISTORICAL NOTES

By HOWARD SWIGGETT

Author of "THE REBEL RAIDER," "WAR OUT OF NIAGARA," etc

In Two Volumes
VOL. II.

NEW YORK
OLD HICKORY BOOKSHOP
1935

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A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • A Rebel War Clerk's Diary. Chapter Xxix. 3
  • Chapter XXX 30
  • Chapter XXXII 85
  • Chapter XXXIII 110
  • Chapter XXXV 140
  • Chapter XXXVI 162
  • Chapter XXXVIII 179
  • Chapter XXXIX 196
  • Chapter XL 241
  • Chapter XLII 258
  • Chapter XLIII 275
  • Chapter XLIV 297
  • Chapter XLV 320
  • Chapter XLVI 343
  • Chapter XLVII 371
  • Chapter XLVIII 405
  • Chapter XLIX 464
  • Index to Volume II 481
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