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985 Gasparin (A. de). The Uprising of Rebellion. a Great People. The United States in 1864. 1861. 12mo. pp. 298. N. Y., 1862. 1.00
986 Georgia 1st V. R. Olmstead (Col. C. H.) Reminiscences of Service, with the First Volunteer Regiment of Georgia. 8vo. pp. 15, paper. Savannah, 1879.
152. New York,
999 Goodloe (Daniel R.) The Southern Platform; or, Manual of Southern Sentiment on the Subject of Slavery. 8vo. pp. 80, paper. Boston, 1858. 40
1000 Goodrich (Frank B.) The Tribute Book. A Record of the Munificence, SelfSacrifice, and Patriotism of the American People during the War for the Union. Illustrated. Imp. 8vo. full morocco, gilt edges. New York, 1865.
987 Geneva Arbitration. Official Publication of the Case of the United States, with all the Documents, Evidence, Instructions, Correspondence, etc. 4 vols. The Case of Great Britain as laid before the Tribunal. 3 vols., and Counter Case, etc., of Great Britain. 1 vol. In all 8 vols. 8vo. Wash- 1001 Gordon (George H.) Brook Farm ington, 1872. 10 00 to Cedar Mountain, in the War of the Great Rebellion, 1861-62. 376. Boston, 1885.
988- The Case of the United States to be laid before the Tribunal of Arbitration to be convened at Geneva. 8vo. pp. 204. Washington, 1872.
8vo. pp. 3 00
1002 Gordon (George H.) History of the 75 Campaign of the Army of Virginia, under John Pope, Brigadier-General U. S. A., late Major-General U. S. Volunteers; from Cedar Mountains to Alexandria, 1862. 8vo. pp. 498, cloth. Folding Plans of Battles and Folding Map of North-eastern and Central Virginia, 24x33. Bost., 1880. 4 00
989 Correspondence concerning the Claims against Great Britain. Recognition of Rebel Belligerency, Experiment of Neutrality, Rebel Cruisers, etc. 5 vols. 8vo. sheep. Washington, 1869-70. 6 00 990 English Neutrality. Is the Alabama a British Pirate? 8vo. pp. 32, paper. Philadelphia, 1863. 25 991 The Geneva Award Acts; with Notes and References to Decisions of the Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims.
1003 Gordon (George H.) A War Diary of Events in the War of the Great Rebellion, 1863-5. Maps, etc. 8vo. pp. 438. 3 00 Boston, 1882. 1004 Grant (Gen. U. S.) and His Campaigns. By Julian K. Larke. Portrait and 2 50 illustrations. 12mo. pp. 513. New York, 1864. 1 00
By Frank W. Hackett. 8vo. pp. 207.
992 Gerrish (Theo.) Army Life. A
994 Gillmore (Q. A.) Official Report to the United States Engineer Department of the Siege and Reduction of Fort Pulaski, Georgia. Maps and views. 8vo. pp. 96. New York, 1862.
996 Glazier (Willard). Sword and Pen; or, Ventures and Adventures in War and Literature. 12mo. pp. 436. Philadelphia, 1881. 1 25
997 Glazier (Willard). Three Years in the Federal Cavalry. Portrait and illus12mo. pp. 339. New York,
1009 Greeley (Horace). The American Conflict. A History of the Great Rebellion in the States of America, 1860-65. Illus trated. 2 vols. 8vo. Hartford, 1871. 7 50 1010 Greene (Lt.-Col. Chas. C.) Thrilling 998 Glyndon (Howard [Laura C. Red- Stories of the Great Rebellion. 12mo. pp. den]). Idyls of Battles and Poems of the 494. Philadelphia, n. d.
1011 Gurowski (Adam). Diary from 1025 Hedley (F. Y.) Marching through November 18, 1862, to October 18, 1863. Georgia. Pen Pictures of Every-day Life 12mo. pp. 348. New York, 1864. 100 in General Sherman's Army, from the be1012 Hacket (H. B.) Christian Memo- ginning of the Atlanta Campaign to the rials of the War. Scenes and Incidents, Close of the War. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. with Historical Notes. 12mo. pp. 256. 490. Chicago, 1885. 2 25 Boston, 1864. 1026 Helper (H. R.) Compendium of the Impending Crisis of the South. 12mo. pp. 214. New York, 1859.
1013 Hall (Rev. Newman). The American War. 18mo. pp. 48, paper. New York, 1862.
1027 Helper (H. R.) The Impending Crisis of the South. How to Meet it.
12mo. pp. 420. New York, 1860. 1 00 1028 Helper (H. R.) Nojoque. A Question for a Continent. 12mo. pp. 479. New York, 1867.
1700 1032 Holt (Joseph). Treason, and its Treatment. 8vo. pp. 8, paper. New York,
1017 Hancock. Winfield, the Lawyer's Son, and how he became a Major-General (Hancock). By Rev. C. W. Denison. 12mo. pp. 323. Philadelphia, 1865. 75
1018 Harney (General William Selby). The Life and Military Services of. By L. U. Reavis. Portraits and illustrations. 8vo. pp. 477. St. Louis, 1878.
250 1019 Harper's Pictorial History of the Great Rebellion. By Alfred H. Guernsey and Henry M. Alden. Over 1,000 illustrations. 2 vols. folio. N. Y., 1866. 16 00 1020 Harrington (Geo. F.) Inside: a Chronicle of Secession. Illustrations by Nast. 8vo. pp. 223. New York, 1866. 1 50 1021 Hazen (Gen. W. B.) A Narrrative of Military Service. Portraits, views and Maps. 8vo. pp. 450. Boston, 1885. 3 00
1022 Hazeltine (Lt. Col.) The Border Spy; or, the Beautiful Captive of the Rebel Camp. 8vo. pp. 40. New York, 1863. 50
1023 Headley (J. T.) Farragut and our Naval Commanders. With numerous fine steel portraits and battle scenes. 609, half calf, neat. N. Y., 1867.
8vo. pp. 3 00
1024 Headley (J. T.) The Great Rebellion. A History of the Civil War in the United States. With numerous fine steel engravings. 2 vols. 8vo. Hartford,
1039 Hospital Transports. A Memoir of the Embarkation of the Sick and Wounded from the Peninsula of Virginia in the Summer of 1862. 12mo. pp. 167. Boston, 1863.
1 00 1040 Howard (Gen. O. 0.) Proceedings, 4 50 Findings, and Opinion of the Court of In
1043 Hunt (Cornelius E.) The Shenandoah; or, the Lost Confederate Cruiser. 12mo. pp. 273. New York, 1867. 125
1044 Hurlbert (W. H.) General McClellan and the Conduct of the War. 2 maps. 12mo. pp. 312. New York, 1864. 100 1045 Hutchinson (Dr. W. F.) Life on the Texan Blockade. Small 4to. pp. 43, paper. Providence, 1883. 50
1046 Illinois, 36th V. I. Bennett (S. G.) and Haigh (Wm. M.) History of the Thirty-sixth Regiment of Illinois Volunteers, during the War of the Rebellion. Portrait. 8vo. pp. 808. 1876.
1047 Ill. Report of the Adjutant-General, for the Years 1861-2. 8vo. pp. 383. 1 50 Springfield, 1863. Biographical
1048 Ill. Bross (Wm.) Sketch of the late Gen. B. J. Sweet. History of Camp Douglas. 8vo. pp. 28, paper. Chicago, 1878. 1049 Ill. War Record of the State of Illinois to October 1, 1863. 8vo. pp. 24, paper. Springfield, 1864. 25 1050 Ill. Wilson (J. G.) Biographical Sketches of Illinois Officers engaged in the Rebellion. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 106. Chicago, 1862. 2 25 1051 Index to Places of Interment of of Deceased Union Soldiers, in Rolls of Honor 1-13. 8vo. pp. 16, paper. Washington, 1868. 25 1052 Indiana, 57th I. V. Annals of the Fifty-seventh Regiment of Indiana Volunteers. Marches, Battles, and Incidents of Army Life. 12mo. pp. 374. Dayton, 2 25 1053 Ind., 72d V. I. McGee (B. F.) History of the Seventy-second Indiana Volunteer Infantry of the Mounted Lightning Brigade. 8vo. pp. 698+21. Lafayette, Ind., 1882.
1057 Ind. Terrell (W. H. H., Adj.-Gen.) Indiana in the War of the Rebellion, with Statistics and Documents from the Adjutant-Generals' Reports. 8vo. pp. 466+372. Indianapolis, 1869.
1058 Ind. War Democracy. ings of the Mass Convention, Aug. 20, 1863. 8vo. pp. 32. n. p., n. d.
1059 Ingersoll (J. R.) Secession a Folly and a Crime. 8vo. pp. 31, paper. Phila25 delphia, 1862.
1060 Iowa, 33d Regt. V. I. Sperry (A.F.) History of the Thirty-third Iowa Infantry Volunteer Regiment. 1863-6. Portrait. 2.00 8vo. pp. 237. Des Moines, 1866.
1061 Iowa. Reports of the AdjutantGeneral and Acting Quartermaster-General for 1862. 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 1863. 3 50 1062 The same, for 1864. 8vo. 1865. 3 00 1063 The same, for 1865. 8vo. 1866. 1 50 1064 The same, for 1866. 2 vols. 8vo. 2 25 1867.
1067 Jackson (Tatlow). Martial Law: What is it? And who can declare it? 20 8vo. pp. 19, paper. Phila., 1862.
1068 Jackson (Thomas J., "Stonewall"). A Biographical Sketch and an Outline of his Virginian Campaigns. By the author of "Life in the South." 12mo. pp. 178, 1 25 boards. London, 1863.
1069 Jackson (Thomas J., "Stonewall"). Life and Military Career of. By M. Addey. 12mo. pp. 240. New York, 1863. 1.00
wall"). Lite of. By R. L. Dabney. Por1070 Jackson (Gen. Thomas J., "Stonetrait. 8vo. pp. 742. New York, 1866. 2 50 1070A Another edition. Edited by Rev. Wm. Chambers. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 3 50
1071 Jackson (Thomas J., "Stonewall"). The Life of, from Official Papers. Contem
porary Narratives, and Personal Acquaint- 1085 Jones (Rev. J. W.) Army of Northance. By a Virginian [J. M. Daniels]. ern Virginia (Č. S. A.). Memorial volume. Portrait. 12ino. pp. 305. New York, 8vo. pp. 347. Richmond, 1880.
1087 Journal of an Excursion from Troy, N. Y., to Gen. Carr's Head-quarters at Wilson's Landing (Fort Pocahontas), on the James River, Va., during the month of May, 1865. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 59. Troy, 1871. (Privately printed.) 1 75
1086 Jones (Justin). Virginia Graham, 1072 Jackson (Thomas J., "Stonewall"). the Spy of the Grand Army. 8vo. pp. 165, A Military Biography. By John E. Cooke. paper. Boston, 1868. Portrait and maps. 12mo. pp. 470. New York, 1866. 2 00 1073 Jacobs (M.) Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, and the Battle of Gettysburg. Map. 12mo. pp. 47. Philadelphia, 1864. 1 00 1074 James (John H.) Military Com- 1088 Junkin (Geo.) Political Fallacies. missions for the Trial of Citizens. 8vo. pp. An Examination of the False Assumptions 16, paper. Cincinnati, 1869. 20 and Refutations of the Sophistical Rea1075 Janvier (F. DeH.) The Sleeping sonings which brought on the Civil War. 12mo. pp. 19, Philadel 8vo. pp. 332. New York, 1863.
20 1089 Kearney (Philip). Personal and 1076 Jay (John). The American Rebel- Military History of. By John W. De Peylion; its History, its Aims, etc. 8vo. pp. ster. 8vo. pp. 512. N. Y., 1869. 50. Paris, 1861.
1077 Jay (John). The Great Conspiracy, and England's Neutrality. An Address at Mt. Kisco, N. Y., July 4, 1861. 8vo. pp. 50, paper. New York, 1861. 50
1078 Joinville (Prince de). The Army of the Potomac; its Organization, Commander, and Campaign. Translated, with notes, by W. H. Hurlbert. 8vo. pp. 118. New York, 1862. 1 00
1079 Johnston (A. S.) The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, embracing his Services in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. By William Preston Johnston. Portrait and illustrations. 8vo. pp. 755. New York, 1878. 4.00
1080 Johnston (Gen. Joseph E.) Narratives of Military Operations directed during the Late War between the States. Steel plates and maps. Svo. pp. 602. New York, 1874.
1090 Kelly (W.D.) Lincoln and Stanton, A Study of the War Administration of 1861 and 1862, with special consideration of some recent statements of Gen. Geo. B. McClelland. 16mo. pp. 88, paper. New York, 1885.
4 50 1095 Kentucky Commissioners to the 1081 Jones (Chas. C., Jr.) General Sher- Late Peace Conference held at Washington man's March from Atlanta to the Coast. City. Report to the Legislature. 8vo. pp. 8vo. pp. 19, paper. Augusta, 1884. 40 88. Frankfort, 1861.
1096 Kentucky. Thompson (Ed. Porter). History of the First Kentucky Brigade (Confederate). With numerous steel portraits. Large 8vo. pp. 931. Cin., 1868. 3 00 1097 Kettell (T. Great Rebellion. 8vo. pp. 778, roan.
P.) History of the Portraits and plates. Hartford, 1865. 250
1098 Kettell (T. P.) Southern Wealth and Northern Profits, as Exhibited in Statistical Facts and Official Figures. Showing the Necessity of Union to the Future Prosperity and Welfare of the Republic. 8vo. pp. 473. New York, 1860. 3.00 1099 Another copy. Paper.
1084 Jones (J. B.) A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate Capital. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1866.
1100 Kieffer (Harry M.) The Recollec- 1116 Lee (Robert E.) Lee and his Lieutions of a Drummer Boy. Illustrated. tenants: Comprising the Early Life, Public 16mo. pp. 332. Boston, 1883. 1 25 Services, and Campaigns of General Robert
1102 Kirke (Edmund) [James R. Gilmore]. Adrift in Dixie; Officer among the Rebels. duction. 12mo. pp. 224. 1866.
1103 Kirke (Edmund).
1101 Kingsley (V. W.) French Inter- E. Lee, and his Companions in Arms, with vention in America. 8vo. pp. 22. New a Record of their Campaigns and Heroic York, 1863. 25 Deeds. By Edward A. Pollard. Portraits. Svo. pp. 851. New York, 1867. 3 00 or, a Yankee 1117 Lee (Robert E.) The Life and CamWith an Intro-paigns of. By his Nephew, Edward Lee New York, Childe. Translated from the French by 100 George Litting. Map and portrait. 12mo. Among the PP. 336. London, 1875. Pines; or, South in Secession-Time. 12mo. 1118 Lee (Robert E.) Life and CamPorpp. 310. New York, 1862. 1 25 paigns of. By James D. McCabe, Jr. 1104 Kirke (Edmund). trait and maps. 8vo. pp. 732. New York, Among the 1867. Guerrillas. 12mo. pp. 286. New York, 1866. 1 25 1105 Kirke (Edmund). Down in Tennessee and Back by way of Richmond. 12mo. pp. 282. New York, 1864. 1 25 1106 Kirke (Edmund). On the Border 12mo. pp. 333. Boston, 1867.
1119 Lester (J. C.) and Wilson (D. L.) Ku Klux Klan. Its Origin and Growth and Disbandment. 18mo. pp. 117, paper, Nashville, 1884.
50 1120 Letter to the President of the 8vo. pp.
United States. By a Refugee.
1109 Knox (Thomas W,) Camp-fire and Cotton-field. Southern Adventures in Time of War. Life with the Union Armies, and Residence on a Louisiana Plantation. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 524. New York, 1880.
1130 Lossing (Benson J.) Pictorial History of the Civil War in the United States of America. Illustrated by many hundred engravings on wood, by Lossing and 100 Barrett. From sketches by the Author