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  • Force had been piled on top of force and military edicts in increasing numbers had rendered the civil authority more and more impotent.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Scarlett was much pleased with herself, for not only had she and Melanie rendered a touching duet, "When the Dew Is on the Blossom," followed as an encore by the more sprightly "Oh, Lawd, Ladies, Don't Mind Stephen!" but she had also been chosen to represent the Spirit of the Confederacy in the last tableau.  (not reviewed by editor)

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