Philadelphia Light Cavalry Col. Rich'd Henry Rush, accepted by the War Department for three years or the war. : Principal rendezvous, 833 Market St. This regiment offers to active young men who desire at once to go to duty, peculiar advantages. The mustering will be by companies. The orders from the War Department have already been received, to supply each company, as soon as mustered, with uniforms, arms, equipments, subsistence, and horses, horse-equipments, and forage, and at once to go into camp near this city, for practice and drill, during the formation of the regiment. The pay is as follows, ... The arms will be simply the sabre and large sized revolver. The uniforms will be dark blue jacket and cap, and sky blue pants, all trimmed with yellow braid. The colonel, Rich'd Henry Rush, is a West Point graduate, and an experienced army officer. All the other officers are, without exception, selected for their known fitness for their positions. Young men, between the ages of 18 and 28, able-bodied, of light build, and over 5 feet 6 inches high, who wish to join this regiment, can apply at the principal rendezvous, No. 833 Market Street. The restriction as to age does not apply to buglers, or to old soldiers of the mounted service. All minors must produce the written consent of their parents or guardians.