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"The Lounger" was a column that appeared regularly in the pages of Harper's Weekly between 1857 through December 1863. It was written by George William Curtis (1824 1892), who was a devoted supporter of President Lincoln and in the attached column appearing on the right, Curtis wrote as if he was reporting on the Southern press and their joyous glee concerning General Lee and his magnificent victory at Gettysburg...

"Pennsylvania is now to be laid under contribution. Philadelphia is to pay millions for its ransom."

     


Lee's ''Victory'' at Gettysburg... (Harper's Weekly, 1863)

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