LINES ON THE DEATH OF THE CONFEDERATE GEN. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON, OF KY. WHO FELL AT THE BATTLE OF "SHILOH," MISS., SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1862.

[np: 1862?]. Broadside, 4" x 9-1/4." Five eight-line stanzas, printed within a decorative border. A few light spots, trimmed closely near the border. Very Good.

"Thou art gone to thy rest, / Thou brave fearless soldier." The "spirit of JOHNSTON" is "a bright ray of sunshine," despite "Lincoln's vile minions, / Who murder for hire, / And plunder for gain."
Wolf C93. Rudolph 151. Parrish & Willingham 6409. Item #37380

Price: $500.00