"Oh Tempora! Oh Mores," as it appeared in The Southern opinion, and The no name magazine, and an article (reprint Univ. Colorado Studies) on the authenticity of the poem together with an obituary of Henry Timrod [manuscript] 1868, 1889, 1945.

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"Oh Tempora! Oh Mores," as it appeared in The Southern opinion, and The no name magazine, and an article (reprint Univ. Colorado Studies) on the authenticity of the poem together with an obituary of Henry Timrod [manuscript] 1868, 1889, 1945.

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