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Bounty $650 bounty : No. 419 Walnut St. Recruiting for the 10th U.S. Infantry (riflemen.) Recruits are immediately sent to the head-quarters of the regiment, Fort Lafayette, N.Y. Harbor, where they are furnished with comfortable quarters, and have no marc

Wanted! 100 able-bodied men 100 : for the 14th Regm't Infantry Regular Army. $163 bounty $163 Volunteers taken--apply at 47 South Third Street near Chestnut, up stairs. / R.P.H. Durkee, Capt. 14th U.S. Infantry, recruiting officer.

J.T. Walton, First Lieutenant, Third Penna. Cavalry, United States Recruiting Officer, 1228 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Attention! White House Guards!!

Rally! Rally! $50 bounty $50 recruits wanted for Mystic Guards Company "I" 2d Regiment, P.V.M. (100 days service) Col. Dennis Heenan ...

Wanted immediately! 100 colored teamsters!

Fourth Union League Regiment. : To be raised under special authority from the War Department, for 3 years or the War ....

Recruits wanted! : For the 4th Regiment Penn'a Reserve Volunteer Corps, Col. Albert Magilton Gen. Mccall's Division, ... John C. Chance, Lieutenant Co. I, 4th Reg't, P.R.V.C., Recruiting Officer.

Continental cavalry! : Patriotic intelligent young men wanted ... Headquarters and recruiting station, 403 Walnut Street. Captain Reynolds. [Captain] Wood. [Captain] Hamburger. [Captain] Fitzgerald.

Recruits wanted for the U.S. Cavalry : "The favorite corps!" ... For further information apply at the recruiting rendezvous, 603 & 605 Sanson Street, above Sixth. John H. Nichols, Jr., 1st Lieut. 1st U.S. Cavalry Recruit'g Officer General Mounted Service.

To horse! To horse! : Company D Colonel E.G. Chormann's Independent Mounted Rangers! ... Recruiting Stations, 1128 Market St. N.W. cor. 7th & Chestnut. J.B. Rogers, Captain. J.P. Rees, 1st Lieut. J. Albert Eshleman, 2d Lieut. G.W. Rees, Brevet 2d Lieut.

Recruits for the 6th Pa. Cavalry Rush's Lancers! : ... John H. Gardiner., Major and Recruiting Officer..

Company A. To horse! To horse! : Colonel E.G. Chormann's Independent Mounted Rangers! ... Thos. Furness, Captain.

Zouave attacking Confederate soldier woodcut

Officer with telescope woodcut

Mounted cavalry soldier woodcut

Man leading stallion woodcut

Encampment woodcut

Eagle with shield woodcut

Marines woodcut

Regimental parade woodcut

Sailing ship woodcut

U.S. flag surmounting globe woodcut

Military camp woodcut

Union soldier attacking Confederate soldier woodcut

Union soldier charging forward in battle woodcut

Soldiers standing at attention woodcut

Three people with flag woodcut

Transporting cannon woodcut

Soldiers marching woodcut

Trotting stallion woodcut

Eagle with flag and banner woodcut

Four mounted officers woodcut

George Washington with flag woodcut

Eagle with blank banner on horn woodcut

Eagle with "E pluribus unum" banner woodcut

Eagle with flag woodcut

Eagle on drum with flags woodcut

Eagle on shield with banner woodcut

Eagle on shield with banner woodcut

Eagle wearing chain with shield woodcut

Eagle with banner woodcut

Cannon woodcut

Cannon with soldiers woodcut

Cannon and flag woodcut

Eagle on shield woodcut

Cavalry charge woodcut

[Camp Independence, Civil War recruiting camp, Independence Square, rear of Independence Hall, 520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Recruits wanted Phoenix Regiment Corcoran Zouaves! : Fourth Reg't Empire Brigade James C. Burke, Col. M.D. Smith, Lieut-Col. $60 cash in hand! Arise, young men, and come forward to your country's call, and to the support of your brethren now in the field.