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ASSU Illustration 6310

Distinguished militia gen'l during an action. [graphic].

Oh! Bury the brave where they fall : song & chorus / written & composed by Lieut. Henrie L. Frisbie of the 113th Ills Infy Vols.

The two pickets: dedicated to the Union League of New England. Words and music by Ossian E. Dodge; and sung by him and Wm. Hayward, with immense success at their monster concert at Tremont Temple, Fast Evening, Boston, April 2d 1863.

We are marching down to Dixie's land. : (Improved.)

When Johnny comes marching home.

German Prisoner of War Camp Medal

American, Hawaian, Cuban flags displayed on Market St. at the outbreak of Spanish War.

Cherub envelope

Attention! Co. C, Blue Reserves : Rally for the third time, in defence of your home and your country. Do not be backward--you are needed. Rolls of this crack company are now open at the armory, No. 505 Chestnut St., 4th story / S.M. Janney, Captain B.T. J

Blue Reserves! Company K, rally for your country! : Recruits wanted for this company, at their armory, 505 Chestnut Street, fifth story. / George W. Classmire, 1st Lieut. J.F. McCarty, Captain. Late of Baxter's Fire Zouaves. All the bounties given when mu

Fall in, "Blues!" : $50 bounty! Recruits wanted for Co. H, Blue Reserves Apply at 8th & Spring Garden Sts. or 505 Chestnut Street. / [blank] Captain. 1st Lieutenant, [blank] 2d Lieutenant, [blank] O. Serg't, [blank]

Tenth Ward! To the rescue! : All desiring to join a live organization will enroll themselves at once under the call of the president and governor in a company to be commanded by Captain Caleb Needles, "Washington Gray Regiment," now recruiting at the "Lea

Columbia's guardian angels / words and music by Henry C. Work.



Fall in, "Blues!" : $50 bounty $50 Recruits wanted for Co. E, Blue Reserves 100 days service. Apply at Eighth & Callowhill Sts. or 505 Chestnut Street. / [blank] Captain. 1st Lieutenant, [blank] 2d Lieutenant, [blank] O. Serg't, J.J. Babcock.

Blue Reserves! Company D, rally for your country! : Recruits wanted for this company, at their armory, 505 Chestnut Street, fifth story / Charles Naylor, Captain. All the bounties given when mustered into the service.


Company "B," Blue Reserves! : Rally once more in defense of your homes and state. Grant will hold Richmond if we do our duty in repelling the rebels in our own state. The rolls are now open. Come up and sign your names for the short term of 100 days. / F.

Blue Reserves. Company D, rally for your country : Recruits wanted for this company, at their armory, 505 Chestnut Street, fifth story. All the bounties given when mustered into the service. / Charles Naylor, Capt.

National Guard! $50 bounty! : Recruits wanted for 100 days! The roll of Company "E" is now open at the armory,---Race Street below Sixth. / Captain Raymond, recruiting officer.



Attention! Bethlehem Guards! : The members of the Bethlehem Guard are requested to meet at Citizens' Hall this evening at 8 o'clock precisely. Business of importance will be transacted. All persons desirous of joining this company are requested to attend.


National Guard Regiment. 100 days' service 100 $50 bounty! : Citizens, rally! Defend your state and stand by your country and its cause.---You are wanted now!! Recruits wanted for Co. K. Apply at N.E. cor. 9th & Shippen. / Paul L. Levis, Captain and recru





Men of color in consequence of indisposition, of Fred'k Douglass the meeting for promoting recruiting for 3d Regiment U.S. Colored Troops is postponed until Friday, July 24, 1863.



10,000,000 Members by Christmas, Red Cross

Bird's eye view, No. 1. From the market house. Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa., destroyed by the rebels under McCausland, July 30th, 1864.


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Second Infantry Regiment, 1st Brg: 1st Div. P.V. National Guard Good active men wanted for Co. D! : Call at once! At head-quarters, No. 605 Arch St. / Capt. J.B. Dehaven, First LIeut. Elias W. Shertz. Second Lieut. Wm. J. Gilbert.

This regiment is the Twenty-fourth of the Penna. Volunteers : accepted for three years, and entitled to all the bounties, pensions, and emoluments of the state laws.





Who makes the war? : Abraham Lincoln is president of the United States, and has sworn to execute the duties of that high office. ...

March on! Brave volunteers : Head quarters Company H 66th Regiment, P.V. 204 Chesnut Street. Regiment in active service! $2 cash in hand. $100 at the end of the war. Pay, rations and clothes at once. Apply at recruiting office. / H.W. Ducker, Captain. A.W



$100. Bounty. Recruits wanted! For the regular army : Term of service 3 years only. Apply at 118 S. Second St / Lieut. C.H. Peirce, recruiting officer.

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