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Rally! Rally!! Rally!!! Attention! : The members of the First State Troop of Frankford and citizens who wish to participate, are requested to meet at Jolly Post Hotel, Frankford, on Thursday afternoon, July 2d, at 3 o'clock, in citizens' dress, mounted fo

23d Ward Troop attention! : The troop will meet for drill, mounted, at 4 o'clock, p.m., on [blank] the [blank] of [blank] at the head quarters, Jolly Post Hotel A full attendance is requested, as business of importance will be laid before the troop. / By

General Stoneman's great cavalry raid, May 1863. [graphic] : Through the heart of Virginia, spending ten days in the rebel territory; _ Crossing the Rappahannock on the 28th of April and returning to head-quarters May 8th after throughly [sic] destroying

Cavalry recruits wanted! For the defence of our good old state. : Able-bodied men between the ages of 18 and 50, who wish to serve in a regiment with officers who have seen active service in the field, and commanded by Colonel John H. Gardiner late Major

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, re


Attention! A meeting of the citizens of Belmont & Lower Merion, : will be held at the General Wayne Hotel on Monday evening, Sept. 15th, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of forming a cavalry co. for state and home protection, in compliance with the order of

Camp Barcly, Meridian Hill, D.C. 1st Lancers 6th Penna Cavalry. [graphic] : Col. R.H. Rush - L.t Col. J.H. McArthur - Major, C. Ross Smith - Jun. Major, Robert Morris jr.

Mifflin, Samuel, 1776-1829

The Last and only chance as cavalry! : A company now forming. All bounties offered by the U. States, state & city, will be given to recruits. Head quarters, Ridge Avenue below Poplar. / Amos Pennebaker, Lieutenant. T.A. Byrnes, Captain.

Russell Light Cavalry : The last chance to enter the favorite arm of the service. Having received special authority from Gov. Curtin to raise an independent troop of light cavalry! I call upon those who are able to come forward and enroll themselves at on

Cavalry! Let us serve without drafting! : The only authorized cavalry company in the state. The last chance for the young, the active & brave. A few good men yet wanted to fill this company. The usual bounty, premium, and advance of pay given. Recruiting

[Peace Jubilee parade, Rough Riders in front of Keneseth Israel Temple, 1717 North Broad Street, Philadelphia.]

Troopers attend! A few more men are wanted! : To fill up a cavalry company! Now forming for state service. Apply at once, as the governor demands our immediate presence. A meeting will be held at the court house, on Saturday evening, at 7 o'clock, to take

Cavalry! Let us serve without drafting!

Dana Troop! : A troop of cavalry of the above name, composed of the late members of the Anderson Cavalry, and their friends, is now recruiting at 1010 Chestnut Street. A few respectable young men wanted to fill the company. Horses and equipments furnished

Kill-Patrick suppressing the riot. [graphic].

[Armory of First City Troop, 21st and Ludlow streets, Philadelphia]

Armory of First City Troops postcards.

Gallant charge of United States Cavalry. Gallant charge of Lieutenant Tompkins of the Second Cavalry, at Fairfax Court House, Va., on the morning of June 1, 1861. [graphic].

Armory of the First Troop Philadelphia City Calvary.

Roberts, Robert, 1749-1793

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 muster

Active men wanted! For the Second Regiment Penn'a Cavalry! : Col. R. Butler Price, now in camp near Darby. Men joining this regiment will be uniformed and fed at once. Pay as follows: 1st sergeant, $22 Other sergeants, 19 Corporals, $16 Privates, 14 Farri

Flying artillery : Fifty good men wanted to fill up Capt. Massey's Company I Flying Artillery! To be attached to the Continental Cavalry, commanded by Col. Peyton. Government and city bounties given. All men joining this company will be clothed immediatel


The Cavalryman.

To a Cavalry Dandy.

I see your feet are mighty large

View of Camp Gallegher [sic] 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 2d Battalion. near Falls of Schuylkill. [graphic].

A Light Cavalryman.

You think yourself both bold and brave, of course

Mease, John, 1746-1826

Lennig, Thompson, 1841-1911

Vezin, Alfred, -1881

Penington, Edward

Cooke, Philip St. George, 1809-1895

[Peace Jubilee parade, military men marching along North Broad Street near Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.]

The brave 3rd U.S. Cavalry. Heroes of El Caney. Peace Jubilee, Phila.

View of Camp Gallegher [sic] 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 2d Battalion. near Falls of Schuylkill.

Camp Palmer, 1st Regiment Mich. Cavalry [graphic] : Col. T.F. Broadhead Lient. Col. T.J. Copeland 1st Major W.S. Atwood 2nd A. Paldi 3rd C.H. Town.

Camp Palmer, 1st Regiment Mich. Cavalry [graphic] : Col. T.F. Broadhead Lient. Col. T.J. Copeland 1st Major W.S. Atwood 2nd A. Paldi 3rd C.H. Town.

FacSimile of the revolutionary flag, A.D. 1774. [graphic] / Lithographed by A. Hoffy.

Camp Meigs

Morris, Cadwalader, 1741-1795

Rawle, William Brooke, 1843-1915

A Cavalry Dandy.

P. S. Duval's lithographic establishment & office of the U. S. Mility. Magazine by Huddy & Duval, No. 7, Bank Alley, Philadelphia.

High Street, from Ninth Street. Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] St. Philada.

High Street, from Ninth Street. Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chestnut St. Philada.

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