Comic Monthly
July 01, 1861
No. 1.—As he appears fully armed for the Fray.

No. 2.—His tailor presenting a little bill, is denounced as a vile Northern emissary and a foe to Southern in- stitutions.

No. 3.—He imagineth himself in possession of Washington city and fancieth that he will find Lincoln hiding under the bed.

No. 4.—He imagines himself invading New York, and with his own right arm driving the Northern mercenaries before him, taking the city

No. 5.—He has an unpleasant dream as to the conclusion of Secession.

No. 6.—A mudsill gets after him. Exit.

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