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Fair for the Cooper Shop Hospital and Soldiers' Home, : to be held at Concert Hall, commencing Monday, June 9th, at 7 o'clock, and continue during the week. Season tickets, 25 cents. Single tickets, 10 cents. For sale by the conductor.

Fair for the Cooper Shop Hospital and Soldiers' Home. : At Concert Hall, commencing Monday, June 9th, at 7 o'clock, and continue during the week. Season tickets 25 cents. Single tickets 10 cents. For sale by the conductor.

Just from the seat of war : Lecture lecture Josephus Cheaney, the temperance boy, of Kentucky who served his country in the capacity of a soldier, in the 68th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers until, while doing duty, he received an injury which unfitted

Ware, Harriet, 1799-1847.

Van Ness, Marcia, d. 1832.

Fair The children of Mount Vernon, : intend opening a fair on Monday, November 3d, 1862, in the Manayunk Engine House for the benefit of the sick & wounded soldiers.


Do not forget to go and hear J.E. Murdoch's great patriotic address! : For the benefit of the sick & wounded soldiers and their families, Thursday eve'ng, Aug. 13 at the Academy of Music!

In aid of the sick and wounded soldiers. : Concert by the Harmonia Musical Society, Musical Fund Hall, Tuesday evening, April 1st, 1862. The Cantata of Ruth, and miscellaneous music will be presented. Tickets fifty cents each.

Academy of Music. Grand Union festival : A patriotic concert will be given under the direction of Carl Gaertner, on Tuesday, May 13th, '62. For the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers in Kentucky. Tickets, at fifty cents each, for sale at all the pri

Constitution of the Christian Association of Hellertown and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 14th, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal wel

Constitution of the Christian Association of Freemansburg and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 3d, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal wel

Constitution of the Christian Association of Quakertown and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted April 1st, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal welf

Constitution of the Christian Association of Bethlehem and Vicinity, : (auxiliary to the United States Christian Commission). Adopted March 17th, 1864. ... The object of this association shall therefore be to promote the spiritual as well as temporal welf

Wyman ventriloquist and wizard, : at United American Hall Fourth and George Streets, Friday evening, April 1st, 1864 for the benefit of Camanche Association! Wyman's grand coup de etat in necromancy! He will perform some of the most wonderful things ever

Horticultural Hall, Broad and Walnut Street. Amateur Minstrels, Monday evening, March 28th, 1864. : Programme. ... Doors open at 7 P.M. Performance to commence at 7 1/2. Admittance, 25 cents. Reserved seats, 25 cents extra.

Lecture. : "Our glorious country, the United States, foretold in the Holy Scriptures," clearly delinieated, described & located, / by Prof. Strowbridge, chaplain from the United States Army. Proceeds for the sick, wounded and destitute soldiers. The profe

Grand concert in aid of the Germantown Field-Hospital Association, and the School Lane Sewing Circle, : at Langstroth's Hall, Germantown, on Monday evening, December 12th, 1864. Carl Wolfsohn, accompanist. M.F. Aledo, leader of instrumental septette. ...

Grand floral and strawberry fair for the benefit of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, : commencing Monday, June 16th, at the saloon, foot of Washington Street. Tickets for sale here. Also on all passenger rail-road cars. Price 10 cents.

Institute for Colored Youth. 716 Lombard Street, Philadelphia. : The managers of the Institute for Colored Youth desire to place before the view of the friends of the institute, and of others who take an interest in the intellectual advancement of the col

Seventh grand fancy and citizens' dress festival : o [sic] Pocahontas Tent, No. 1, D. of F, on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, 1862, at National Guard's Hall, Race Street, below Sixth, for the benefit of the Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon. Tickets, fifty ce


Rules and regulations Citizens' Volunteer Hospital, : Broad & Washington Streets, Philadelphia. ... / By order of the committee on management of house.

National Sailors' Fair. : An effort is about to be made to establish a home, free to seamen and marines disabled in our naval service. It is proposed to acquire the means of founding such an institution through the instrumentality of a great National Sail

Plan of fair for the Soldiers & Sailors Home. : Academy of Music Philadelphia October 23. to November 4. 1865 ...

Season ticket.--20 cts.

Rules for bummers.

Catalogue of fancy and miscellaneous goods, : articles to be sold at auction at the fair building of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, (Logan Square,) on Saturday, July 2d, 1864, at 3 o'clock, p.m. Terms,--cash on delivery. Sale in Union Avenue.

Mammoth ox "Pride of Livingston," : weighing the enormous weight of 3,602 lbs being the heaviest animal of this species on record, is now on exhibition, with other fine animals, &c., &c., at the building erected for the cattle show, on 15th St., adjacent

Children's fair in aid of the sick & wounded soldiers. : Tickets, five cents

American Academy of Music. Saturday afternoon, May 7, 1864, grand musical festival! In aid of the Great Sanitary Fair! : This Saturday afternoon, May 7th, at 2 o'clock, grand gala matinee when will be presented, for the third time, the new English opera!

Prof. C.C. Schaeffer will repeat his lecture on Hamlet, : the first of his course, for the benefit of U.S. Sanitary Commission, with diagrams, (free) at the hall of the university, Ninth Street, above Chestnut, on Friday, June 24, 1864, at 5 o'clock, P.M.

"In Union there is strength." : Grand complimentary concert! for the benefit of the widow of an old soldier to be given at Franklin Hall, Sixth Street, below Arch, on Saturday evening, April 2d, '64 on which occasion a host of talent will appear, George M


Fair in aid of the sick & wounded soldiers, : will be held in Bromley's Hall, Baker and Mulberry streets, Manayunk, to commence on Tuesday, the 11th of Nov., and continue until Saturday afternoon, the 15th.

A Grand concert! of vocal and insturmental music, : to be held at the Assembly Buildings for the benefit of the widow of the late Prof. John A. Janke on which occasion a number of ladies and gentlemen will appear, all having in the kindest manner voluntee


Our diagrams for army socks having been found useful, we herewith submit one for army mittens : Those who may be disposed to knit mittens for the army, may forward them through the Women's Central Relief Association No. 814 Broadway, New-York. Specificati

Odd Fellows' Hall, Frankford Benefit of the National Cornet Band! : The original, mammoth, justly celebrated and wonderful stereopticon (copyrighted by P.E. Abel, Philadelphia.) Manager, John Toy Business agent, W.H. Sargent Lecturer, E.E. Hulfish, Esq. O



Grand citizens' dress ball, : to be given by the machinists of the Philad'a Navy Yard, for the benefit of the Volunteers' Refreshment Fund at the Musical Fund Hall, on Friday ev'g, Oct. 25, 1861. Tickets one dollar. Can be obtained of any of the managers,




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