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Title Page of Fitz-Hugh St. Clair, The South Carolina Rebel Boy

Scholarship | 2000
Transcription FITZ-HUGH ST. CLAIR,







THE SOUTH CAROLINA REBEL BOY;



OR,



IT IS NO CRIME TO BE BORN A GENTLEMAN.





BY


MRS. SALLIE F. CHAPIN.






"The right of strict social discrimination of all things and persons, according to
their merits, native or acquired, is one of the most precious Republican privi-
leges I insimt on my Democratic liberty of choice, and go for the
man with the gallery of Family Portraits against the one with the twenty-
five cent daguerreotype, unless I find out the last is the better of the two."
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.






















PHILADELPHIA:

CLAXTON, REMSEN & HAFFELFINGER.

CHARLESTON, S. C.: JOHN M. GREER & SON.

1872.
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