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Issue Details: First known date: 1864-1862... 1864-1862 Sevastopol is no More!
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  • Epigraph: Ascend the watch-tower yonder, valiant soldier, / Look on the field, and say how goes the battle. SCHILLER's Maid of Orleans.
  • Author's note: After a siege of eleven months, closed by a bombardment from eight hundred cannons for seventy hours, the English and French stormed this Fortress-City, on the 9th day of September, 1855.
  • Author's note: Devysed for ye specyall AEdifikacion of my beloved Freres on ye xii Nyght after ye High Festivall of Christsmasse, in ye Yeare of Grace mdccclvj, att Bournbanke House, in the Queen's Colonie of Tasmania.

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  • Crimea,
    Former Soviet Union,
    Eastern Europe, Europe,
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