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Freemen, to the rescue! : Defend your state! Your homes and your property! All able-bodied men are now called upon to enroll themselves and repel the invader from our soil. A few more men wanted to fill Company H, Philad'a Light Guards Col. Geo. P. M'Lean

Volunteers wanted! Cameron Light Guards, : Col. George P. McLean, for Company K, now recruiting at the Western Hose House, and Falstaff Hotel, Sixth above Chestnut, St., corner of Jayne St. / Samuel Johnson, 1st Lieut. Edward Patterson, 2d " Wm. F. Powell

Attention!! Good men wanted! : For company Col. Geo. P. McLean's regiment, Cameron Guards.

Volunteers wanted! : For comp'y M. Col. Geo. P. McLean's Cameron Light Guard Regiment! Uniformed and sent to camp as soon as enrolled.--Those wishing to enroll can do so, by applying at the headquarters of the company, No. 745 S. Front Street, or at No. 8

Volunteers wanted! : For the Cameron Light Guard Regiment, Col. Geo. P. M'Lean, commanding. Pay to commence on enrolment. Men sent to camp immediately, [blank] / Capt. F.B. Haines, 1st Lieut. G.H. Barbier, 2d Lieut. J.P. Wenzel.

Fall in, Company F, Cameron Light Guard Regiment, Col. G.P. M'Lean. : The undersigned, recruiting to full Company F in the above regiment, have opened their head quarters at the Lyceum Hall, in Port Providence. This regiment has been accepted by the War D

To arms! $10 extra bounty! $10 extra bounty! : Our favorite in the field again! Col. George P. McLean, late Col. of the 88th P.V. Recruits wanted for Co. I. For 3 months' duty in the state's service only! Apply at the armory, at Tenth and Noble Streets. /

Fourth Union League Regiment. : To be raised under special authority from the War Department, for 3 years or the war. To recruits who have been in service 9 months, a bounty of $402! will be paid--all others receive 110 dollars. The regiment will be under

Fall in Fifth Ward : Captain Thos. H. Taylor, late of the 69th P.V. is now organizing a company, at New Market Hall, Second & Pine Sts. for the Union League Brigade! Third Regiment, Colonel George P. McLean, com'dg. late of the 88th P.V. for state defence

Fall in! Fall in! Last chance for bounty before draft. : $502 bounty $602 $275 cash. Co. F. Co. F. Co. F. 183d Regiment, P.V. Col. Geo. P. McLean. Twenty men wanted to complete the company. Recruits clothed and placed in barracks in the city at once. / Al

Fourth Union League Reg't Col. Geo. P. McLean. Co. E. Co. E. : $400 bounty. $400 Cash on hand on being mustered into service, $60. Enlist at once in this branch of the service, under its able and competent leader, and protect your homes from the invasion

Fourth Regiment Union League! Col. Geo. P. McLean. : Men wanted to fill up Co. C now in camp at Frankford. $100 to $402 bounty. Cash in hand, when company is mustered in, $60 Three years' service, or during the war Men clothed and equipped immediately. /

Fourth Union League Reg't Col. Geo. P. McLean. Co. A Co. A : $100 to $402 bounty! Cash in hand on company being mustered in, $40. 3 years' service, or during the war. A few men yet wanted for Co. A Rally, boys, rally! Avoid the draft, and get your bounty!

Rathbun Guards : This company is being recruited under the auspices of the Coal Merchants Committee, and will be attached to the 183d Reg't, Pa. Volunteers! Col. commanding, Geo. P. McLean. The only new regiment that has been accepted, or will be, by auth

Philadelphians rally! and defend your state! : $25 bounty as soon as mustered into the service. $10 Citizens' bounty. $50 City Council bounty. $85 bounties in full! 3d Union League Reg't Colonel George P. McLean. / Captain Charles Henry, late Capt. Co. H,

[Plate 3 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets] [graphic].

[Plate 3 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]