Southern Literature From 1579-1895 A comprehensive review, with copious extracts and criticisms for the use of schools and the general reader
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Southern Literature From 1579-1895 A comprehensive review, with copious extracts and criticisms for the use of schools and the general reader

By Louise Manly
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Table of Contents
  • Southern Literature
    • LOUISE MANLY
    • PREFACE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • LIST OF WORKS FOR REFERENCE.
    • Table of Contents
      • FIRST PERIOD ... 1579-1750.
      • SECOND PERIOD ... 1750-1800.
      • THIRD PERIOD ... 1800-1850.
      • FOURTH PERIOD ... 1850-1895.
    • FIRST PERIOD ... 1579-1750.
    • SECOND PERIOD ... 1750-1800.
    • THIRD PERIOD ... 1800-1850.
    • FOURTH PERIOD ... 1850-1895.
    • INDEX.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • List of Illustrations.
  • Southern Literature.
    • FIRST PERIOD ... 1579-1750.
    • JOHN SMITH.
      • WORKS.
      • RESCUE OF CAPTAIN SMITH BY POCAHONTAS, OR MATOAKA.
      • OUR RIGHT TO THOSE COUNTRIES, TRUE REASONS FOR PLANTATIONS, RARE EXAMPLES.
      • ASCENT OF THE JAMES RIVER, 1607.
    • WORKS.
    • RESCUE OF CAPTAIN SMITH BY POCAHONTAS, OR MATOAKA.
    • OUR RIGHT TO THOSE COUNTRIES, TRUE REASONS FOR PLANTATIONS, RARE EXAMPLES.
    • ASCENT OF THE JAMES RIVER, 1607.
    • WILLIAM STRACHEY.
      • WORKS.
      • A STORM OFF THE BERMUDAS.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • A STORM OFF THE BERMUDAS.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOHN LAWSON.
      • WORK.
      • NORTH CAROLINA IN 1700-1708.
      • HARVEST HOME OF THE INDIANS.
    • WORK.
    • NORTH CAROLINA IN 1700-1708.
    • HARVEST HOME OF THE INDIANS.
    • WILLIAM BYRD.
      • WORKS.
      • SELECTING THE SITE OF RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG, SEPT., 1733.
      • A VISIT TO EX-GOVERNOR SPOTSWOOD, 1732.
      • DISMAL SWAMP.
      • THE TUSCARORA INDIANS AND THEIR LEGEND OF A CHRIST.
    • WORKS.
    • SELECTING THE SITE OF RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG, SEPT., 1733.
    • A VISIT TO EX-GOVERNOR SPOTSWOOD, 1732.
    • DISMAL SWAMP.
    • THE TUSCARORA INDIANS AND THEIR LEGEND OF A CHRIST.
    • SECOND PERIOD ... 1750-1800.
    • HENRY LAURENS.
      • WORKS.
      • A PATRIOT IN THE TOWER.
    • WORKS.
    • A PATRIOT IN THE TOWER.
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON.
      • WORKS.
      • An Honest Man.
      • How to Answer Calumny.
      • Conscience.
      • ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF.
      • A MILITARY DINNER-PARTY.
      • ADVICE TO A FAVORITE NEPHEW.
      • PASSAGES FROM THE FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES, 1796.
    • WORKS.
    • An Honest Man.
    • How to Answer Calumny.
    • Conscience.
    • ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF.
    • A MILITARY DINNER-PARTY.
    • ADVICE TO A FAVORITE NEPHEW.
    • PASSAGES FROM THE FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES, 1796.
    • PATRICK HENRY.
      • WORKS.
      • Remark on Slavery.
      • Not Bound by State Lines, (from the opening speech of the first Continental Congress, 1774.)
      • If this be treason, (Speech in House of Burgesses, 1765.)
      • THE FAMOUS REVOLUTION SPEECH, 1775.
    • WORKS.
    • Remark on Slavery.
    • Not Bound by State Lines, (from the opening speech of the first Continental Congress, 1774.)
    • If this be treason, (Speech in House of Burgesses, 1765.)
    • THE FAMOUS REVOLUTION SPEECH, 1775.
    • WILLIAM HENRY DRAYTON.
      • GEORGE III.’s ABDICATION OF POWER IN AMERICA.
    • GEORGE III.’s ABDICATION OF POWER IN AMERICA.
    • THOMAS JEFFERSON.
      • WORKS.
      • POLITICAL MAXIMS.
      • RELIGIOUS OPINIONS AT THE AGE OF TWENTY.
      • SCENERY AT HARPER’S FERRY AND AT THE NATURAL BRIDGE.
      • ON FREEDOM OF RELIGIOUS OPINION.
      • ON THE DISCOURSES OF CHRIST.
      • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM.
      • LETTER TO HIS DAUGHTER, MARTHA JEFFERSON.
      • JEFFERSON’S LAST LETTER, IN ANSWER TO AN INVITATION TO BE PRESENT AT THE CELEBRATION OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, IN WASHINGTON.—TO MR. WEIGHTMAN, MAYOR OF WASHINGTON.
    • WORKS.
    • POLITICAL MAXIMS.
    • RELIGIOUS OPINIONS AT THE AGE OF TWENTY.
    • SCENERY AT HARPER’S FERRY AND AT THE NATURAL BRIDGE.
    • ON FREEDOM OF RELIGIOUS OPINION.
    • ON THE DISCOURSES OF CHRIST.
    • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM.
    • LETTER TO HIS DAUGHTER, MARTHA JEFFERSON.
    • JEFFERSON’S LAST LETTER, IN ANSWER TO AN INVITATION TO BE PRESENT AT THE CELEBRATION OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, IN WASHINGTON.—TO MR. WEIGHTMAN, MAYOR OF WASHINGTON.
    • DAVID RAMSAY.
      • WORKS.
      • Sermon on Tea, (1775).
      • BRITISH TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEES, 1755.
      • SERGEANT JASPER AT FORT MOULTRIE, 28th June, 1776.
      • SUMPTER AND MARION.
    • WORKS.
    • Sermon on Tea, (1775).
    • BRITISH TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEES, 1755.
    • SERGEANT JASPER AT FORT MOULTRIE, 28th June, 1776.
    • SUMPTER AND MARION.
    • JAMES MADISON.
      • WORKS.
      • OPINION OF LAFAYETTE, (IN LETTERS TO JEFFERSON).
      • PLEA FOR A REPUBLIC, ALTHOUGH A NEW FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
      • CHARACTER OF WASHINGTON.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • OPINION OF LAFAYETTE, (IN LETTERS TO JEFFERSON).
    • PLEA FOR A REPUBLIC, ALTHOUGH A NEW FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
    • CHARACTER OF WASHINGTON.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ST. GEORGE TUCKER.
      • WORKS.
      • RESIGNATION, OR DAYS OF MY YOUTH.
    • WORKS.
    • RESIGNATION, OR DAYS OF MY YOUTH.
    • JOHN MARSHALL.
      • WORKS.
      • POWER OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
      • THE DUTIES OF A JUDGE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • POWER OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • THE DUTIES OF A JUDGE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • HENRY LEE.
      • WORK.
      • CAPTURE OF FORT MOTTE BY LEE AND MARION, MAY, 1780.
      • THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY.
    • WORK.
    • CAPTURE OF FORT MOTTE BY LEE AND MARION, MAY, 1780.
    • THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY.
    • MASON LOCKE WEEMS.
      • WORKS.
      • THE HATCHET STORY.
    • WORKS.
    • THE HATCHET STORY.
    • JOHN DRAYTON.
      • WORKS.
      • A REVOLUTIONARY OBJECT LESSON IN THE CAUSE OF PATRIOTISM, APRIL 1775.
      • THE BATTLE OF NOEWEE, BETWEEN THE SOUTH CAROLINIANS AND THE CHEROKEES, 1776.
    • WORKS.
    • A REVOLUTIONARY OBJECT LESSON IN THE CAUSE OF PATRIOTISM, APRIL 1775.
    • THE BATTLE OF NOEWEE, BETWEEN THE SOUTH CAROLINIANS AND THE CHEROKEES, 1776.
    • WILLIAM WIRT.
      • WORKS.
      • THE BLIND PREACHER, (JAMES WADDELL[6]).
      • MR. HENRY AGAINST JOHN HOOK.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE BLIND PREACHER, (JAMES WADDELL[6]).
    • MR. HENRY AGAINST JOHN HOOK.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOHN RANDOLPH.
      • WORKS.
      • THE REVISION OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION.
    • WORKS.
    • THE REVISION OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION.
    • GEORGE TUCKER.
      • WORKS.
      • JEFFERSON’S PREFERENCE FOR COUNTRY LIFE.
      • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
    • WORKS.
    • JEFFERSON’S PREFERENCE FOR COUNTRY LIFE.
    • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
    • THIRD PERIOD ... 1800-1850.
    • HENRY CLAY.
      • WORKS.
      • TO BE RIGHT ABOVE ALL.
      • NO GEOGRAPHICAL LINES IN PATRIOTISM.
      • MILITARY INSUBORDINATION.
    • WORKS.
    • TO BE RIGHT ABOVE ALL.
    • NO GEOGRAPHICAL LINES IN PATRIOTISM.
    • MILITARY INSUBORDINATION.
    • FRANCIS SCOTT KEY.
      • WORKS.
      • THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER.
    • WORKS.
    • THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER.
    • JOHN JAMES AUDUBON.
      • THE MOCKING-BIRD.
      • THE HUMMING-BIRD.
    • THE MOCKING-BIRD.
    • THE HUMMING-BIRD.
    • THOMAS HART BENTON.
      • WORKS.
      • THE DUEL BETWEEN RANDOLPH AND CLAY.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE DUEL BETWEEN RANDOLPH AND CLAY.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN.
      • WORKS.
      • WAR AND PEACE.
      • SYSTEM OF OUR GOVERNMENT.
      • DEFENCE OF NULLIFICATION.
      • THE WISE CHOICE.
      • OFFICIAL PATRONAGE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • WAR AND PEACE.
    • SYSTEM OF OUR GOVERNMENT.
    • DEFENCE OF NULLIFICATION.
    • THE WISE CHOICE.
    • OFFICIAL PATRONAGE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • NATHANIEL BEVERLEY TUCKER.
      • WORKS.
      • THE PARTISAN LEADER, (WRITTEN IN 1836).
    • WORKS.
    • THE PARTISAN LEADER, (WRITTEN IN 1836).
    • DAVID CROCKETT.
      • WORKS.
      • SPELLING AND GRAMMAR—HIS PROLOGUE.
      • ON A BEAR HUNT.
    • WORKS.
    • SPELLING AND GRAMMAR—HIS PROLOGUE.
    • ON A BEAR HUNT.
    • RICHARD HENRY WILDE.
      • WORKS.
      • MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE.
    • WORKS.
    • MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE.
    • AUGUSTUS BALDWIN LONGSTREET.
      • WORKS.
      • NED BRACE AT CHURCH.
      • A SAGE CONVERSATION.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • NED BRACE AT CHURCH.
    • A SAGE CONVERSATION.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ROBERT YOUNG HAYNE.
      • WORKS.
      • STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND LIBERTY.
    • WORKS.
    • STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND LIBERTY.
    • SAM HOUSTON.
      • CAUSE OF THE TEXAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE.
      • BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO.
      • HOW TO DEAL WITH THE INDIANS.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • CAUSE OF THE TEXAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE.
    • BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO.
    • HOW TO DEAL WITH THE INDIANS.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • WILLIAM CAMPBELL PRESTON.
      • WORKS.
      • LITERARY SOCIETY IN COLUMBIA, 1825.
    • WORKS.
    • LITERARY SOCIETY IN COLUMBIA, 1825.
    • JOHN PENDLETON KENNEDY.
      • WORKS.
      • A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN IN VIRGINIA.
      • HIS WIFE.
      • HOW HORSE-SHOE AND ANDREW CAPTURED FIVE MEN.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN IN VIRGINIA.
    • HIS WIFE.
    • HOW HORSE-SHOE AND ANDREW CAPTURED FIVE MEN.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • HUGH SWINTON LEGARÉ.
      • WORKS.
      • COMMERCE AND WEALTH VS. WAR.
      • DEMOSTHENES’ COURAGE.
      • A DUKE’S OPINIONS OF VIRGINIA, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA.
    • WORKS.
    • COMMERCE AND WEALTH VS. WAR.
    • DEMOSTHENES’ COURAGE.
    • A DUKE’S OPINIONS OF VIRGINIA, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA, AND GEORGIA.
    • MIRABEAU BUONAPARTE LAMAR.
      • WORKS.
      • THE DAUGHTER OF MENDOZA.
    • WORKS.
    • THE DAUGHTER OF MENDOZA.
    • FRANCIS LISTER HAWKS.
      • WORKS.
      • THE FIRST INDIAN BAPTISM IN AMERICA.
      • VIRGINIA DARE, THE FIRST ENGLISH CHILD BORN IN AMERICA.
      • THE LOST COLONY OF ROANOKE.
    • WORKS.
    • THE FIRST INDIAN BAPTISM IN AMERICA.
    • VIRGINIA DARE, THE FIRST ENGLISH CHILD BORN IN AMERICA.
    • THE LOST COLONY OF ROANOKE.
    • GEORGE DENISON PRENTICE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE CLOSING YEAR.
      • PARAGRAPHS.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE CLOSING YEAR.
    • PARAGRAPHS.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • EDWARD COATE PINKNEY.
      • WORKS.
      • A HEALTH.
      • SONG.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • A HEALTH.
    • SONG.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHARLES ÉTIENNE ARTHUR GAYARRÉ.
      • WORKS.
      • LOUISIANA IN 1750-1770.
      • THE TREE OF THE DEAD.
    • WORKS.
    • LOUISIANA IN 1750-1770.
    • THE TREE OF THE DEAD.
    • MATTHEW FONTAINE MAURY.
      • WORKS.
      • THE GULF STREAM.
      • DEEP-SEA SOUNDINGS.
      • HEROIC DEATH OF LIEUTENANT HERNDON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WORKS.
    • THE GULF STREAM.
    • DEEP-SEA SOUNDINGS.
    • HEROIC DEATH OF LIEUTENANT HERNDON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS.
      • WORKS.
      • SONNET.—THE POET’S VISION.
      • THE DOOM OF OCCONESTOGA.
      • MARION. “The Swamp Fox.”
    • WORKS.
    • SONNET.—THE POET’S VISION.
    • THE DOOM OF OCCONESTOGA.
    • MARION. “The Swamp Fox.”
    • ROBERT EDWARD LEE.
      • WORKS.
      • TO HIS SON.
      • At THE SURRENDER.
      • GENERAL LEE’S LAST ORDER.
      • LETTER ACCEPTING THE PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE.
    • WORKS.
    • TO HIS SON.
    • At THE SURRENDER.
    • GENERAL LEE’S LAST ORDER.
    • LETTER ACCEPTING THE PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE.
    • JEFFERSON DAVIS.
      • WORKS.
      • TRIP TO KENTUCKY AT SEVEN YEARS OF AGE, AND VISIT TO GENERAL JACKSON.
      • LIFE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
      • FAREWELL TO THE SENATE, 1861, ON THE OCCASION OF THE SECESSION OF MISSISSIPPI FROM THE UNION.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • TRIP TO KENTUCKY AT SEVEN YEARS OF AGE, AND VISIT TO GENERAL JACKSON.
    • LIFE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
    • FAREWELL TO THE SENATE, 1861, ON THE OCCASION OF THE SECESSION OF MISSISSIPPI FROM THE UNION.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • EDGAR ALLAN POE.
      • WORKS.
      • TO HELEN.
      • ISRAFEL.
      • HAPPINESS.
      • THE RAVEN.
    • WORKS.
    • TO HELEN.
    • ISRAFEL.
    • HAPPINESS.
    • THE RAVEN.
    • ROBERT TOOMBS.
      • WORKS.
      • FAREWELL TO THE SENATE, 1861.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WORKS.
    • FAREWELL TO THE SENATE, 1861.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • OCTAVIA WALTON LE VERT.
      • WORKS.
      • TO CADIZ FROM HAVANNA, 1855.
    • WORKS.
    • TO CADIZ FROM HAVANNA, 1855.
    • LOUISA SUSANNAH M’CORD.
      • WORKS.
      • WOMAN’S DUTY.
    • WORKS.
    • WOMAN’S DUTY.
    • JOSEPH G. BALDWIN.
      • WORKS.
      • VIRGINIANS IN A NEW COUNTRY.
    • WORKS.
    • VIRGINIANS IN A NEW COUNTRY.
    • ALEXANDER HAMILTON STEPHENS.
      • WORKS.
      • LAWS OF GOVERNMENT.
      • SKETCH IN THE SENATE, FEB. 5, 1850.
      • TRUE COURAGE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WORKS.
    • LAWS OF GOVERNMENT.
    • SKETCH IN THE SENATE, FEB. 5, 1850.
    • TRUE COURAGE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ALEXANDER BEAUFORT MEEK.
      • WORKS.
      • RED EAGLE, OR WEATHERFORD.
    • WORKS.
    • RED EAGLE, OR WEATHERFORD.
    • PHILIP PENDLETON COOKE.
      • WORKS.
      • FLORENCE VANE.
    • WORKS.
    • FLORENCE VANE.
    • THEODORE O’HARA.
      • WORKS.
      • THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD.
    • WORKS.
    • THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD.
    • FOURTH PERIOD ... 1850-1894.
    • GEORGE RAINSFORD FAIRBANKS.
      • WORKS.
      • OSCEOLA, LEADER OF THE SEMINOLES.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • OSCEOLA, LEADER OF THE SEMINOLES.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • RICHARD MALCOLM JOHNSTON.
      • WORKS.
      • MR. HEZEKIAH ELLINGTON’S RECOVERY.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • MR. HEZEKIAH ELLINGTON’S RECOVERY.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOHN REUBEN THOMPSON.
      • ASHBY.
      • MUSIC IN CAMP.
    • ASHBY.
    • MUSIC IN CAMP.
    • JABEZ LAMAR MONROE CURRY.
      • WORKS.
      • RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • MARGARET JUNKIN PRESTON.
      • WORKS.
      • THE SHADE OF THE TREES.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE SHADE OF THE TREES.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHARLES HENRY SMITH.
      • WORKS.
      • BIG JOHN, ON THE CHEROKEES.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • BIG JOHN, ON THE CHEROKEES.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ST. GEORGE H. TUCKER.
      • WORKS.
      • BURNING OF JAMESTOWN IN 1676.
    • WORKS.
    • BURNING OF JAMESTOWN IN 1676.
    • GEORGE WILLIAM BAGBY.
      • JUD. BROWNIN’S ACCOUNT OF RUBINSTEIN’S PLAYING.
    • JUD. BROWNIN’S ACCOUNT OF RUBINSTEIN’S PLAYING.
    • SARAH ANNE DORSEY.
      • WORKS.
      • A CONFEDERATE EXILE ON HIS WAY TO MEXICO, 1866.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • A CONFEDERATE EXILE ON HIS WAY TO MEXICO, 1866.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • HENRY TIMROD.
      • WORKS.
      • SONNET.
      • ENGLISH KATIE.
      • HYMN SUNG AT THE CONSECRATION OF MAGNOLIA CEMETERY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • SONNET.
    • ENGLISH KATIE.
    • HYMN SUNG AT THE CONSECRATION OF MAGNOLIA CEMETERY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE MOCKING-BIRD. (At Night.)
      • SONNET.—OCTOBER.
      • A DREAM OF THE SOUTH WIND.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE MOCKING-BIRD. (At Night.)
    • SONNET.—OCTOBER.
    • A DREAM OF THE SOUTH WIND.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOHN ESTEN COOKE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE RACES IN VIRGINIA, 1765.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE RACES IN VIRGINIA, 1765.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ZEBULON BAIRD VANCE.
      • WORKS.
      • CHANGES WROUGHT BY THE WAR.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • CHANGES WROUGHT BY THE WAR.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ALBERT PIKE.
      • WORKS.
      • TO THE MOCKING-BIRD.
    • WORKS.
    • TO THE MOCKING-BIRD.
    • WILLIAM TAPPAN THOMPSON.
      • WORKS.
      • MAJOR JONES’S CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO MARY STALLINGS.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • MAJOR JONES’S CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO MARY STALLINGS.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JAMES BARRON HOPE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE VICTORY AT YORKTOWN.
        • PROLOGUE.
      • PROLOGUE.
      • WASHINGTON AND LEE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE VICTORY AT YORKTOWN.
      • PROLOGUE.
    • PROLOGUE.
    • WASHINGTON AND LEE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JAMES WOOD DAVIDSON.
      • WORKS.
      • THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE POETICAL.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE POETICAL.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHARLES COLCOCK JONES, Jr.
      • WORKS.
      • SALZBURGER SETTLEMENT IN GEORGIA.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • SALZBURGER SETTLEMENT IN GEORGIA.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • MARY VIRGINIA TERHUNE.
      • WORKS.
      • LETTER DESCRIBING MARY [BALL] WASHINGTON WHEN A YOUNG GIRL.
      • MADAM WASHINGTON AT THE PEACE BALL.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • LETTER DESCRIBING MARY [BALL] WASHINGTON WHEN A YOUNG GIRL.
    • MADAM WASHINGTON AT THE PEACE BALL.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • AUGUSTA EVANS WILSON.
      • WORKS.
      • A LEARNED AND INTERESTING CONVERSATION.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • A LEARNED AND INTERESTING CONVERSATION.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • DANIEL BEDINGER LUCAS.
      • WORKS.
      • THE LAND WHERE WE WERE DREAMING.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE LAND WHERE WE WERE DREAMING.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JAMES RYDER RANDALL.
      • WORKS.
      • MY MARYLAND.
    • WORKS.
    • MY MARYLAND.
    • ABRAM JOSEPH RYAN.
      • WORKS.
    • WORKS.
    • WILLIAM GORDON McCABE.
      • WORKS.
      • DREAMING IN THE TRENCHES.[38]
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • DREAMING IN THE TRENCHES.[38]
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • SIDNEY LANIER.
      • WORKS.
      • SONG OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE.
      • What is Music?
      • THE TIDE RISING IN THE MARSHES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WORKS.
    • SONG OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE.
    • What is Music?
    • THE TIDE RISING IN THE MARSHES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • JAMES LANE ALLEN.
      • WORKS.
      • SPORTS OF A KENTUCKY SCHOOL IN 1795.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • SPORTS OF A KENTUCKY SCHOOL IN 1795.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS.
      • WORKS.
      • THE TAR-BABY.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE TAR-BABY.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • ROBERT BURNS WILSON.
      • WORKS.
      • FAIR DAUGHTER OF THE SUN.
      • DEDICATION.—SONNET.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • FAIR DAUGHTER OF THE SUN.
    • DEDICATION.—SONNET.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • “CHRISTIAN REID.”
      • WORKS.
      • ASCENT OF MOUNT MITCHELL, BLACK MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • ASCENT OF MOUNT MITCHELL, BLACK MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • HENRY WOODFEN GRADY.
      • WORKS.
      • THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • THOMAS NELSON PAGE.
      • WORKS.
      • MARSE CHAN’S LAST BATTLE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • MARSE CHAN’S LAST BATTLE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • MARY NOAILLES MURFREE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE “HARNT” THAT WALKS CHILHOWEE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE “HARNT” THAT WALKS CHILHOWEE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • DANSKE DANDRIDGE.
      • WORKS.
      • THE SPIRIT AND THE WOOD SPARROW.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE SPIRIT AND THE WOOD SPARROW.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • AMÉLIE RIVES CHANLER.
      • WORKS.
      • TANIS.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • TANIS.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • GRACE KING.
      • WORKS.
      • LA GRANDE DEMOISELLE.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • LA GRANDE DEMOISELLE.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • WAITMAN BARBE.
      • WORKS.
      • SIDNEY LANIER.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • SIDNEY LANIER.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • MADISON CAWEIN.
      • WORKS.
      • THE WHIPPOORWILL.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • WORKS.
    • THE WHIPPOORWILL.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • DIXIE.
    • List of Authors.
    • QUESTIONS.
      • General Questions.
      • FIRST PERIOD, 1579-1750.
      • SECOND PERIOD, 1750-1800.
      • THIRD PERIOD, 1800-1850.
      • FOURTH PERIOD, 1850-1895.
    • General Questions.
    • FIRST PERIOD, 1579-1750.
    • SECOND PERIOD, 1750-1800.
    • THIRD PERIOD, 1800-1850.
    • FOURTH PERIOD, 1850-1895.
    • APPENDIX.
    • List of Southern Writers.
    • A Supplementary List, July, 1895.
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