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$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

The "Bounty," should it be increased? : Will be the subject before the Providence Eclectic Conference at Liberty Hall 55 Weybosset St. next to the arcade, on Sunday 24th, at 10 1/2 a.m. Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to take part in the con

Volunteers attention! $702 $802 : Only 35 men wanted to fill the quota of Bensalem Township, Bucks County, to which the following bounties will be paid by applying immediately at the Provost Marshal's Office, at Frankford, or at the Barley Sheaff Hotel, 2

Recruits wanted for Col. Grubb's regiment, : (late 23d New Jersey Volunteers.) Camp at Beverly, N.J. $515 bounty! All able-bodied men, between the ages of 18 and 45, who have served a period of not less than 9 months, by enlisting in this regiment, shall

Defend the state! $60 bounty $60 bounty : Headquarters 1st Reg't Infantry, P.H.G. No. 7 State House Row. This regiment is recruiting for 3 months! Under the call of the governor, to defend the state of Penn'a. Commanders of companies will report daily at

New York, August 18th, 1862. : Attention. Notice is hereby given that a book for registering the names of young men, their residences, and references, will be opened this day, and will remain open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily at the Cooper Institute, Room

$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

Gen'l recruiting office for Second Army Corps : No. 416 Library Street. Head-quarters Philad'a Brigade! 69th, 71st, 72d and 106th regiments. The largest bounties given! $675 to veterans having served nine months or over. And $575 to all others! Volunteers

Rally! Rally! : A few more men wanted for a first-rate company, now forming at Doylestown. Rally to the flag of your country, and avoid a draft! Bounties to this company will be $100 by the government, $50 by the county, and $2 premium, with one month's p

Stanton Cavalry 19th Penn'a Cavalry! : Avoid the draft! Now is your time to join a first-class cavalry regiment. $112 bounty! $50 cash in hand! Each recruit sent to camp as soon as enlisted. Headquarters, 22 South Fourth St. / Lt. Geo. A. Sharp, recruitin

$617 bounty Wanted! Fifteen first rate men! : To fill vacancies in the South Kingston company of the Seventh Regiment R.I.V. $500 bounty from the town $117 from the state and United States Apply immediately at the headquarters of the regt., 15 Market Squa

Seventh Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers! $237 bounty : It will be seen that the City Council of the city of Providence, appropriated a sum not exceeding $60,000, to promote enlistments, to be paid to volunteers at the rate of one hundred dollars per man

Volunteers attention. : $525 bounty for one year's service only. $458 cash bounty $458 Largest bounty yet offered. "Rally around the flag boys" and avoid the draft / Call on us at our office, T.W. Wilson & Co. 605 Sansom Street. P.S.----Men paid as soon a

Volunteers wanted! : According to resolution of County Commissioners, the Recruiting Committee of the Borough of Bethlehem are authorized to offer 300 dollars bounty! (in addition to the bounty of $100 and $16 a month wages, paid by the U.S. government,)

300 recruits wanted immediately for one year's service : The highest local bounty cash in hand. $100 government bounty and three months' pay in advance. / Harris & Co., No. 533 Chestnut Street 3d story.

Citizens' Bounty Fund. : You will facilitate the operations of the committee of citizens having the direction of this fund, by sending the amount of your subscription to me, at the Farmers and Mechanics Bank. / S.A. Mercer, treasurer.

New recruits $675 bounty. : $300 cash on enlistment for new recruits. Government bounty, $400 City bounty, 250 Ward bounty, 25 $675 / 10th U.S. Infantry (riflemen,) stationed at Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor. Term of service, 3 years. Apply at No. 419 W

Regular Army! $402 bounty! Men wanted for the 11th U.S. Infantry! : General orders, no. 190. War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, June 25, 1863. For recruiting the regular army. Ordered, that all men enlisting in the regular army for fiv

Regular Army! $402 bounty! Men wanted for the 11th U.S. Infantry! : Head quarters, Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, Mass. Until the 25th of September, 1863, $402 bounty will be paid to each accepted recruit in this regiment. Enlist at once, and secure th

Any man, whether citizen or soldier, bringing to 419 Walnut St., a new recruit, will receive $15--for a veteran $25.

$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

Important! By orders just received, : all recruits must be sworn into the service this day, or the United States bounty will not be paid to them. Members of Capt. Hooper's company must report themselves at the armory forthwith. New recruits will be receiv

Jackson's old United States bounty land and pension office. E.O. Jackson, attorney-at-law and pension agent, No. 138 South Third Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa.

The largest bounties! $602.00 $702.00 Recruits wanted for the Penn'a Volunteers of the gallant Second Corps of Gen. Hancock. : Head-quarters, No. 6 Main Street, Doylestown, Pa. Recruits for this corps receive all the government and county bounties. The go

Draft! Draft! Draft! Attention! Attention! : To all loyal citizens! Will you stand still and be drafted while your country needs your services. Come on and get your bounty. $500 for one year only. Fall in and join Company "C" Philadelphia Guards! Rendezvo

Largest bounties! $650 $750 Recruits wanted for the Penn'a Volunteers of Hancock's gallant Second Corps or any Pennsylvania regiment. : Head-quarters, American and Master Streets. Recruits for this corps receive all government, city & ward bounties. The g

Attention. Recruits wanted! Recruits wanted! Now is your chance! : 20 good men wanted for Co. E. City Guards State, city and Citizens' Bounty secured to all. Come before you are drafted Recruiting office: S.E. cor. Warner St. and Girard Av. above Tenth. /

County Commissioners' Office, Doylestown, Bucks Co., Pa., February 15, 1865. : This is to certify, that the bearer will be entitled to the sum of three hundred dollars, with six per cent. interest from the date. Payable out of the Bucks County Bounty Fund

14th Pennsylvania Light Cavalry! : Last chance for cavalry! Don't wait to be drafted! James M. Schoonmaker, com'g. Wanted, men accustomed to horses! $162 bounty! One months' pay in advance. $100 government bounty, 50 city bounty, 10 extra bounty, 2 premiu

Fortification artillery! 112th. 112th. : Second Pennsylvania Artillery Regiment! A.A. Gibson, U.S. Army, Col. commanding. This fine regiment, 1,500 strong, is doing garrison duty in the substantial fortifications on the beautiful and healthful highlands o

144th 144th Brian Boru United Irish Legion : or 144th Regiment, P.V., of Philadelphia, have been accepted by the Secretary of War and Governor Curtin, to be attached to Gen. Corcoran's brigade. Government and city bounty secured U.S. bounty, $100; city bo

23d Regiment P.V. Col. Thos. H. Neill commanding, late Birney's Zouaves! : Bounty paid immediately as follows: United States premium, $4 00 United States advance bounty, 25 00 City premium, 2 00 City bounty 50 00 Total bounty $81 00 One month's pay in adv

Bounty! Bounty!! Bounty!!! : Avoid the draft and get your bounty! Co. B Capt. A. McI. Robertson, late of the artillery reserve, Army of the Potomac. Roberts' Heavy Artillery.

Ninth Union League! 215th Regiment Penn'a Vols. : Recruits wanted for Company 'D' Head-quarters, National Guard's Hall City and United States bounties: for one year, $500 " two " 700 " three " 900 besides ward bounties extra. Ward committees and all citiz

Board of Trade Rifle Regiment. : 156th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Col. Chas. Ernenwein. $165 bounty cash. $165

Board of Trade Rifle Regiment, 156th Penn'a Volunteers. : Col. Chas. Ernenwien [sic]. Bounty 165 dollars, cash! A few men wanted to fill up Company H. The regiment is now at "Camp Morton," on Islington Lane, opposite Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Men will be clo

Board of Trade Rifle Regiment, 156th Penn'a Volunteers. : Col. Chas. Ernenwein. Bounty 165 dollars, cash! A few men wanted to fill up Company H. The regiment is now at "Camp Morton," on Islington Lane, opposite Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Men will be clothed,

Board of Trade Rifle Regiment! : 156th Reg't, Col. Chas. Ernenwein. Bounty $165! Don't wait for the draft! Avail yourselves of the privileges which only belong to the volunteer! Apply at once! The regiment will go immediately into camp near the city, and

Merchants' Regiment! $176. $176. 146th Regiment Penna. Volunteers! Col. Johnston. : Men wanted for Co. D! Headquarters, 333 Chestnut St. Recruiting station, 57 S. Third St. $163 bounty! Paid to each man as follows: $2 government premium when mustered in,

Recruits wanted for the 28th Penn'a Vet. Vols. : Geary's old regiment, (White Star Division) All bounties guarantied as soon as mustered in. Apply at the regimental recruiting depot, 204 Dock St. / John Flynn, Lieut. Col. 28th Reg., Pa. Veteran Vols. Supt

Head quarters, 157th Regiment, P.V. Philadelphia City Guard! : 527 Chestnut St. Col. William A. Gray. $152 bounty $152 and a gum blanket to each recruit!