Rally! Rally! Rally! Head-quarters, 23d Ward Troop! : July [blank] 1863. Attention! Twenty-third Ward Troop, will report themselves at [blank] o'clock, this day, in citizens' dress, mounted for parade and drill. / By command of Capt. William C. Murphy, recruiting officer. Bounties and pay for this troop are expected to amount to $9.00 per week during the present emergency, for each man mustered in. All male citizens are requested to meet at the Seven Stars Hotel, Frankford, this day, at [blank] o'clock, to participate in the cavalcade in honor of our glorious Union victories. Those who cannot come in person, are earnestly called upon to send horses, saddles or bridles, to these head-quarters, as a loan to the troop for this occasion, which will be receipted for, and returned to the owners at the time agreed upon by Capt. Wm. C. Murphy, recruiting officer. This troop has been accepted by Major General Dana, as minute men, for city defence, and will be reviewed by him.