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THE SCAPE-GOAT NOW ON EXHIBITION IN WASHINGTON
RICHMOND NEWSBOY ANNOUNCING THE REBEL
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The Hunter's Cabin.
By EDWARD S. ELLIS, Esq.,
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NEW YORK WEEKLY
have secured the services of that
eminent patriot and well-known East Tennessee editor
William G. Brownlow,
better known as
to write for the
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Number ONE of the
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On Thursday, July 10th.
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