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$100 bounty! : $25 & one month's pay, in advance on being mustered into service. Recruits wanted! For the 91st Regiment, P.V. Col. E.M. Gregory, commanding. Recruits sent to the regiment immediately, now stationed at Alexandria, Va. Pay and rations to com
$100 bounty, back pay & pension office. / George W. Ford, 241 Dock St., below Third, adjoining the post office, Philadelphia, Pa. Bounty land, back pay, pension, prize money, state pay, and all other claims of soldiers, seamen, their widows or heirs, agai
$100. Bounty. Recruits wanted! For the regular army : Term of service 3 years only. Apply at 118 S. Second St / Lieut. C.H. Peirce, recruiting officer.
$100 bounty! Volunteers wanted to fill up Chormann's Rifle Ranger Regiment : now mustering into United States service. Head-quarters, 41 N. Sixth St. Pay commences at once.
$115 bounty Good men wanted for the Second Regiment Rhode Island Cavalry! : Under the command of Lt. Col. A.W. Corliss, which has been ordered to join Maj. Gen. Banks' expedition Men who enlist in this regiment will receive 40 dollars cash in hand! on bei
$129 bounty paid as soon as sworn in. : Recruits wanted for the 12th Regiment, N.Y. Vols. Now serving in General Butterfield's brigade, Gen. Porter's 5th Army Corps, the crack corps of the army. One month's pay in advance $25 United States bounty, $50.00
$154 bounty 112th Regiment, P.V., 2d Artillery. : A few good men wanted for the heavy artillery service! This regiment is now doing garrison duty in the fortifications for the defence of the city of Washington, and wishing to fill up their numbers to the
$154 bounty! 112th Regiment, P.V., Second Artillery. : A few good men wanted for the heavy artillery service. This regiment is now doing garrison duty in the fortifications for the defence of the city of Washington; it is the largest regiment in the servi
$160 bounty! 112th Regiment. 2d Artillery. : This regiment is now doing garrison duty in the fortifications for the defence of the city of Washington. A few good men wanted for the heavy artillery service! In this regiment. Apply at [blank] One hundred an
$160 bounty! A few good men wanted for the heavy artillery service! : 112th Regiment. 2d Artillery. This regiment is now doing garrison duty in the fortifications for the defence of the city of Washington, and wishing to fill up their numbers to the maxim
$160 bounty and one month's pay in advance. : Bounty to cease and drafting to commence on the 15th of August. Recruits wanted for Company D, Col. Chapman Biddle's 121st Reg., P.V. $2 premium paid to each recruit on being mustered into service. / T.E. Zell
$160 bounty, and one month's pay in advance. Chapman Biddle's 121st Regiment, P.V. Company D. / T.E. Zell, recruiting officer. Apply at No. 431 Chestnut Street. (Turn over
$160 bounty, and one month's pay in advance. Chapman Biddle's 121st Regiment, P.V. Company F. / Lieut. J. Alfred Kay, is now recruiting at Bruner's Hotel, Germantown. (Turn over
$160 bounty. Corn Exchange Regiment, : Col. Charles M. Prevost. Good men wanted for this regiment, at Girard House, Chestnut bel. Ninth St. $10 extra bounty to every man. Captain, Lewis Passmore. First Lieut., Albert Walters. Second Lieut., Samuel N. Lewi
$160 bounty. Corn Exchange Regiment, : Col. Charles M. Prevost. Good men wanted for this regiment, at Walnut and Second Streets. $10 extra bounty to every man. $87 of the bounty paid when mustered in. Also, one month's pay. Captain, Richard Donagan. First
$160 bounty. Corn Exchange Regiment. : Good men wanted for this regiment, at No. 344 North Third St. $10 extra bounty to every man. Captain, C.H. Fernald. First Lieut., A.G.M. Bowen. Second Lieut., S.M. McIntyre. This regiment is to be recruited for three
$160 bounty! The Philadelphia Light Guard! : 145th Reg't P.V. Colonel E.W. Davis Recruits wanted for Company E of this regiment, now in camp. Recruiting station, Masonic Hall, Manayunk! / Capt. S. Wrigley, 1st Lieut. Jacob Heidenger, 2d Lieut. [blank]
$162 bounty! Steady, able-bodied men wanted for Co. K., Corn Exchange Regiment, : at 241 Race Street. Captain, Jos. W. Ricketts. First Lieut., W.M. McKean. Second Lieut., J. Mora Moss. $2, government premium, when recruit is mustered in. $10, Corn Exchang
$165 bounty! Recruits wanted for Co. G, Zouaves d'Afrique : Don't wait to be drafted! But volunteer at once. / Apply to Lieut. Joseph T. Lea, Falls of Schuylkill.
$192! Extra bounty! $192! Fill up the old regiments! : Privates wanted! Blacksmiths and buglers wanted!! Vacancies for sergeants and corporals. $192 cash in advance and $75 when discharged from the service will be paid to active, able-bodied men enlisting
$2 cash when mustered in, and 100 dollars at the end of the war, : if honorably discharged, will be given for twenty men to fill Company K, Thirtieth Regiment, now in active service at Washington. Apply at Elliott Hotel, Front Street, above Dock. / Sergt.
$229 bounty. Recruits wanted! For the old 81st Regm't, P.V. : Commanded by Col. Charles F. Johnson. The ranks of this gallant old regiment have been fearfully thinned at the Rappahannock, York Town, Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Savage Station, White Oak Swam
$315 bounty Philad'a City Guard 157th Regiment, P.V., : Col. William A. Gray. Enlist in Company D Recruits wanted! Government bounty, in advance $25 00 City bounty, in advance, 200 00 One month's pay, in advance, 13 00 Enlistment premium, 2 00 On being mu
$35 bounty! Fall in boys and get rid of the draft! : by joining Captain V. Marchal's company of the 1st Penn'a Chasseurs Union League Brigade! Six months service! Charles Lespes, Col. T. Ellwood Zell, Lieut. Col. Company head-quarters, 526 Prune St. / V.
$350 bounty $350 for one year's service. : Recruits wanted to fill the quota of a township immediately. $250 cash down when mustered in, and $100 government bounty Apply to the recruiting agent, at the Bald Eagle Hotel, 416 N. Third St., Phila
$40 when enlisted Wanted! Active young men to fill up Company E, 116th Regiment, P.V. : Col. D. Heenan, com'g. 100 dollars bounty! One month's pay in advance; men mustered in and pay and rations to commence immediately. Recruiting station, 531 Chesnut St.
$400 bounty State aid to men with families, 4 dollars per week! : Good men wanted immediately for the 2d Regiment R.I. Cavalry under the command of Major A.W. Corliss, which has been ordered to join Major General Banks' expedition! Men who enlist in this
$50 bounty! : The glorious old National Guard once more in the field. Recruits wanted in Company "B" for 100 days' service. Harmanus Neff, Colonel commanding. Apply at the National Guards' Hall, Race Street, below Sixth. / 1st Lieut. G.W. Green. 2d " Wm.
$50 bounty! Cadwalader Greys Regiment. : Recruits wanted for 100 days' service! Pay $16 per month. / Col. Wm. H. Sickels, Lieut. Col. Richard A. Thomas, Maj. Charles M. Tapper, Adjt. A.W. Thompson.
$50 bounty! Fall in Cooper Guards! : Patriots to the rescue of your good old Keystone State, and one more rally for the Constitution and our glorious Union. All young men desirous of serving the above will do well to join this company Now let every youth
$50 bounty Fall in Peterson Guards. : Patriots to the rescue of your good old Keystone State, and one more rally for the Constitution and our glorious Union. All young men desirous of serving the above will do well to join this company for 100 days! $16 a
$50 bounty! Gray Reserve Reg't : Recruits wanted for "Co. G" 100 days' service! Apply at once, at Armory, Board St. bel. Race. / S.W. Pettit. Recruiting officer.
$50 bounty! Gray Reserve Reg't : Recruits wanted for "Co. H" 100 days' service! Apply at once, at Armory, Board St. bel. Race. / Lieut. Charles O. Klett. Recruiting officer.
$50 bounty! Gray Reserve Reg't Recruits wanted for "Co. C" 100 days' service! : Apply at once, at Armory, No. 808 Market St. James H. Errickson, O.S.
$50 bounty! Gray Reserve Reg't Recruits wanted for "Co. F" 100 days' service! : Apply at once, at Armory, Broad St. bel. Race. Captain Kennedy.
$50 bounty! Gray Reserve Reg't Recruits wanted for "Co. K" 100 days' service! : Apply at once, at Armory, Broad St. bel. Race. J.G. Brittain, recruiting sargeant.
$50 bounty! Rally men of Philadelphia for the defence of your city and state. : Recruits wanted for company E, First Regiment Grey Reserves! Armory---Broad Street, below Race. Come to the rescue. Equipment furnished and bounty paid.
$50 bounty! To the rescue! : Recruits wanted for Capt. Thomas Cunningham's co. 60th Regiment P.M. for 100 days' service. Head-quarters, cor. of Sixth and Oxford Sts. Rally boys, rally! / Captain Thomas Cunningham. 1st Lieut. Basil Wood. 2d " Jas. H. Cunni
$50 city bounty $50 Men wanted to fill old Co. A, 51st Reg't, P.V.M. : Formerly 2d Coal Regiment. This company is attached to the First Coal Regiment now recruiting for 100 days. Come forward & enlist! / Capt. Thos. C. Evans.
$50 reward The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of the following-named private marines, : deserters from head-quarters, Washington City, D.C., viz.: Henry S. Hyser, Peter B. Clark, Edwin S. Marstella, John Metz, William Reiter, if delivered