INFORMATION CIRCULAR 2 (Revised 1957) THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONSTITUENT SERVICES SERIAL & GOVT PUBLICATIONS DIVISION The Chattanooga Daily Rebel August 9, 1862 This issue of The Chattanooga Daily Rebel is known to have been reprinted. The Library of Congress has endeavored for many years to locate an original copy, but without success. All libraries consulted have only copies of reprints. The Library of Congress has two different reprints. One is entitled The Daily Rebel and the other The Rebel. They measure 10 1/2 by 17 inches in size, but vary somewhat in the arrangement of the text, although both copies carry the same general news. The Daily Rebel carries the following notice on page 1, column 1: " Entered according to Act of Congress in the Librarian's Office at Washington, D. C., 1891, by LOUIS L. PARHAM, Chattanooga, Tenn." The Library's earliest original copy is that of September 10, 1862, volume 1, number 37. It is entitled The Chattanooga Daily Rebel and was published by Franc. M. Paul. This issue consists of one sheet (two pages) and measures 16 1/2 by 21 7/8 inches in size. This issue is published on rag paper, while the reprints are on a poor grade of wood pulp paper. The value of the reprints is very small. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1957 .
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