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Union League House

Union League house, Philadelphia

Union League house

Union League, Broad St. below Chestnut, south side. [graphic] / Bartlett & Smith, photographers.

Union League, Broad St. below Chestnut, south side

Union League, Broad and Sansom sts.

Union League, Philad[elphi]a.

Union League

Union League club house Ph[iladelphi]a

Union League building

Union League

Union League

[Union League, southwest corner of Broad and Sansom Streets, Philadelphia]

Union League north side Philada. [graphic] / Bartlett & Smith, photographers.

Reading room, Union League, Philad[elphi]a

Billiard salon, Union League, Philada.

Smoking room, Union League, Philadelphia

Office & reception room, Union League, Philada.

Library, Union League, Philad[elphi]a

Restaurant, Union League Philada.

The foundation of the Union League House, Phil.

Private dining room, Union League, Philad[elphi]a

The Union League Regiment! : Three months' service Capt. T.L. Loockerman, an experienced officer, of the 106th Reg't. P.V., who has been in every battle of the Peninsula, is raising a company for the Union League Regiment. Recruiting headquarters, at Evan

Rally! Come one, come all, our country calls! To the rescue! : 2d Union League Regiment! For 3 months' service! All city bounties guarantied! Co. F now recruiting at 921 North Tenth St. Come in out of the draft 'tis your last chance! / 1st Lieut. H.V. Chr

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. /

To arms! $10 $10 extra bounty! : Co. I Union League Reg't for 3 months' state service Headquarters Independence Square / Capt. R.F. Anderson, late of the 110th P.V. 1st Lieut. A.W. McIlroy. 2d do. [blank]

Grubb, A. Bates, 1821-1885

Antelo, A. J.

1st Pa. Chasseurs! Sharpshooters! : Men equipped, and sent to camp soon as mustered in, at Broad and Germantown R.R. This regiment is attached to the Union League Brigade! / Charles Lespes, Colonel, 402 Ranstead Place. T. Ellwood Zell, Lieut. Colonel, 17

$35 bounty! Fall in boys and get rid of the draft! : by joining Captain V. Marchal's company of the 1st Penn'a Chasseurs Union League Brigade! Six months service! Charles Lespes, Col. T. Ellwood Zell, Lieut. Col. Company head-quarters, 526 Prune St. / V.

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. /

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

Burr, Henry C.

Attention 24th Ward. $50 bounty : Recruits wanted to fill a company for 100 days' service, in accordance with the proclamation of the governor. Apply at once at the Commissioners' Hall, 37th & Market. / T.P. Smith, 1st Lieut. Capt. Edward Lyster.

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,

Avoid the draft! : The 5th of September is coming! Company "K" Sixth Union League Regiment! Colonel H.G. Sickel, commanding, for one year. ... Total for one year's service, $717 $458 cash down. Head-quarters 458 North Third Street. / Capt. I.W. Kimbell, o

Mercer, Singleton A., 1810-1867

Penington, Edward