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THE INAUGURATION AT RICHMOND.
"Fellow Citizens! On this the
Birthday of the Man most identified with the Establishment of American
Independence, and beneath the Monument erected, &c., &c., &c., we have
assembled to usher into existence the permanent Government of the
Confederate States."—(JEFF DAVIS'S Inagural
Address at Richmond.)
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No. 8. No. 8.
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on SIX FOR NINE DOLLARS,
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