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First Regiment (Grays) Reserve Brigade. Company F. : Philadelphia, [blank] 186[blank] The company will assemble at the armory, on [blank] at [blank] for parade in [blank] Punctual attendance is required. / By order of Jos. N. Peirsol, Captain. Chas. H. Fe

Union tent of the Young Men's Christian Association, : Broad & Green Streets. Services every evening, except Saturday, commencing at 8 o'clock, also on Sunday, at 4 o'clock P.M.

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.

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

Fruit festival for the benefit of disabled soldiers : to be held at Citizens' Hall, Saturday, August 30th, / by the ladies of "The Bethlehem Mite Society." Donations of cakes, fruit, and flowers, will be thankfully received. They can be left at the hall o

Ohio Union presidential ticket. (Election November 8, 1864.) : For president, Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. For vice president, Andrew Johnson of Tennessee. Electors. ...

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

The following is the official price list of clothing, &c.

Rules for bummers.

Southern slavery and the Christian religion. : To the editor of North American and U.S. Gazette ....

Letters given to Capt. Williams after having witnessed his South Sea whaling voyage! : Most of which were given without solitication.

One penny specie.

An appeal to Friends and others on behalf of the destitute Freedmen of the South. Dear Friends ....

Attention! A regular meeting of the Union League will be held at their room : this Monday eve'g, Nov. 2, at 8 o'clock. All the members are requested to attend, as business of importance is on hand. / Ira Cortright, president. Edw. Kummer, sec'y.

Sir: your attention is requested to the following extract from the Philadelphia Sunday transcript of April 30th, 1865: : the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Troops ....

General M'Clellan's dream. / By Wesley Bradshaw. (Originally published in the Dollar weekly news.) ...

Gentlemen wanting substitutes for the draft, : will apply at the Wetherill House, Sansom Street, above Sixth. Substitutes will also apply as above.

Horses, horses, horses : 100 horses wanted for artillery. The subscriber will be at [blank] [blank] [blank] to buy horses. None but sound ones will be bought. / Isaac Heulings.

First Regiment, Gray Reserves. Co. G. : Philadelphia, [blank] 186[blank] Parade in [blank] uniform, on [blank] the [blank] inst. at [blank] o'clock, [blank]m., at the armory, provided with [blank] rounds [blank] cartridge. / By order of the captain, H.J.

Spirit of the pulpit, : with reference to the present crisis: a collection of sermons by distinguished divines, North and South, with revisions and corrections by the authors.