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Colonel Rush's Light Cavalry, Company K. Active men wanted. : The regiment is now in camp on the Second St. Road, above Nicetown Lane. This company will be fully equipped here, with horses, arms and clothing. Recruiting stations, No. 403 Chestnut Street.

$160 bounty, and one month's pay in advance. Chapman Biddle's 121st Regiment, P.V. Company F. / Lieut. J. Alfred Kay, is now recruiting at Bruner's Hotel, Germantown. (Turn over

Bürger! Euer Land ist in Gefahr : Zu den Waffen! Zu den Waffen! 121stes Regiment, P.V. Körperlich fähige Männer verlangt in Col. Chapman Bittles Regiment. ... 160 dollars bounty, ... / Fried. König, im Auftrag von J.G. Rosengarten Capt., Comp. D. Werbe-Bu

$160 bounty, and one month's pay in advance. Chapman Biddle's 121st Regiment, P.V. Company D. / T.E. Zell, recruiting officer. Apply at No. 431 Chestnut Street. (Turn over

Men of color, to arms! Now or never!

Men of color to arms! To arms! Now or never.

Men of color! To arms! To arms! Now or never.

Men of color willing to enlist in the service of the United States for three years or the war, can present themselves at head-quarters, 1210 Chestnut St. be enrolled and get two dollars enlistment fee and ten dollars bounty.

Rally! Rally! $50 bounty $50 recruits wanted for Mystic Guards Company "I" 2d Regiment, P.V.M. (100 days service) Col. Dennis Heenan ...

More recruits it is ordered that the Third Regiment Reserve Brigade! Colonel Eaken, must be filled up to the number of 1000 men, for important service for city and state defence ... regimental head-quarters, Maj. T.G. Miller, 13th and Filbert Streets.

"Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow!" : Colored men of Burlington Co., your country calls you ...

Wanted! Wanted! Wanted! 1000 substitutes! : To whom the highest cash prize will be given. Apply immediately to Turner, English & Co. substitute and volunteer agents, No. 10 Market St., Camden.

Wanted immediately! 100 colored teamsters!

Fourth Union League Regiment. : To be raised under special authority from the War Department, for 3 years or the War ....

Recruits wanted! : For the 4th Regiment Penn'a Reserve Volunteer Corps, Col. Albert Magilton Gen. Mccall's Division, ... John C. Chance, Lieutenant Co. I, 4th Reg't, P.R.V.C., Recruiting Officer.

To men of color : authority has been received to raise a reg't of men of color for 100 days. ... Col. Taggart, late Colonel 12th Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves, will command, and the officers will be the graduates of the Military Board at Washington. $50

Good men wanted : $752 bounty : Under the authority of the War Department, ... Bounty for colored volunteers, $350[.] Volunteers have the choice of any of the old regiments now in the field. J. Davis Rudolph, Recruiting Agent. Headquarters--West Chester..

Continental cavalry! : Patriotic intelligent young men wanted ... Headquarters and recruiting station, 403 Walnut Street. Captain Reynolds. [Captain] Wood. [Captain] Hamburger. [Captain] Fitzgerald.

Recruits wanted for the U.S. Cavalry : "The favorite corps!" ... For further information apply at the recruiting rendezvous, 603 & 605 Sanson Street, above Sixth. John H. Nichols, Jr., 1st Lieut. 1st U.S. Cavalry Recruit'g Officer General Mounted Service.

To horse! To horse! : Company D Colonel E.G. Chormann's Independent Mounted Rangers! ... Recruiting Stations, 1128 Market St. N.W. cor. 7th & Chestnut. J.B. Rogers, Captain. J.P. Rees, 1st Lieut. J. Albert Eshleman, 2d Lieut. G.W. Rees, Brevet 2d Lieut.

Recruits for the 6th Pa. Cavalry Rush's Lancers! : ... John H. Gardiner., Major and Recruiting Officer..

Company A. To horse! To horse! : Colonel E.G. Chormann's Independent Mounted Rangers! ... Thos. Furness, Captain.

Wyeth Guards! : A few good men wanted! : to fill up the Company : all the bounties paid! : head-quarters 507 Prune St. : F.G. Thorn, Capt.

Volunteers wanted for nine months service / 154th Regiment Penna. Volunteers. Men enlisting in this regiment, will be mustered into service as soon as enrolled, and sent to camp. All authorized bounties will be paid Regimental head quarters, No. 531 Chest

Recruits wanted Phoenix Regiment Corcoran Zouaves! : Fourth Reg't Empire Brigade James C. Burke, Col. M.D. Smith, Lieut-Col. $60 cash in hand! Arise, young men, and come forward to your country's call, and to the support of your brethren now in the field.

Philadelphia Light Cavalry Col. Rich'd Henry Rush, accepted by the War Department for three years or the war. : Principal rendezvous, 833 Market St. This regiment offers to active young men who desire at once to go to duty, peculiar advantages. The muster

Active men wanted! For the Second Regiment Penn'a Cavalry! : Col. R. Butler Price, now in camp near Darby. Men joining this regiment will be uniformed and fed at once. Pay as follows: 1st sergeant, $22 Other sergeants, 19 Corporals, $16 Privates, 14 Farri

Cavalry recruits wanted! For the defence of our good old state. : Able-bodied men between the ages of 18 and 50, who wish to serve in a regiment with officers who have seen active service in the field, and commanded by Colonel John H. Gardiner late Major

The Last and only chance as cavalry! : A company now forming. All bounties offered by the U. States, state & city, will be given to recruits. Head quarters, Ridge Avenue below Poplar. / Amos Pennebaker, Lieutenant. T.A. Byrnes, Captain.

Recruits wanted for the Second Corps! : Now being raised to 50,000 men for special service under the command of Maj. Gen. Hancock. This is the corps commanded by the late Major General Sumner, at Fair Oaks, and through the Peninsula Campaign and at Antiet

To the rescue! Bucks County expects every man to do his duty. : $152 bounty! And one month's pay in advance. One flag! One country! Don't wait to be drafted, but come at once and enroll in the new Bucks Co. company now forming in Doylestown, to serve for

The largest bounties! $602.00 $702.00 Recruits wanted for the Penn'a Volunteers of the gallant Second Corps of Gen. Hancock. : Head-quarters, No. 6 Main Street, Doylestown, Pa. Recruits for this corps receive all the government and county bounties. The go

Recruits wanted! 104th Pennsylvania Regiment! : Wanted for the Ringgold Regiment, {104th} Pennsylvania Volunteers, a number of good men, pay and rations to commence upon enrollment. Bounties: By the the United States, $100 00 By Bucks County, 50 00 Enroll

Seward Artillerie erstes deutsches Regiment. : Col. H.T. Fach. Artilleristen, die wünschen, sich dem obigem Regimente anzuschliessen, find hiermit aufgefordert, sich an unten folgenden Plätzen zu melden. Col. Fach besitzt Authorität. ... / Carl Angeroth,

Col. Wm. A. Gray. Fall in! Fall in!! Fall in!!! : Recruits wanted! This is the last regiment authorized by the War and State departments. $152 bounty! $152 Recruits mustered in, uniformed and sent to camp immediately! Each recruit furnished with a gum bla

Fall in! Fall in! : Recruits wanted for Company "K" Commercial Regiment, Colonel Letcher, for 100 days' service. $50 and all other bounties, as soon as mustered in. Head quarters, 112 S. Fourth Street, and Commissioners' Hall, 37th & Market Sts., West Phi

$50 bounty! Cadwalader Greys Regiment. : Recruits wanted for 100 days' service! Pay $16 per month. / Col. Wm. H. Sickels, Lieut. Col. Richard A. Thomas, Maj. Charles M. Tapper, Adjt. A.W. Thompson.

Attention Zouaves : A few young men wanted to join the Independent Zouave skirmishers attached to General Baker's Brigade, now under marching orders, and rapidly filling up. All desirous of enrolling themselves in a first class organization, under able of

D'Epineuil Zouaves Co. I. : Head quarters, S.E. cor. Third and Gaskill Streets. Good men wanted! To join this handsome regiment, now at camp, at Staten Island. / Geo. W. Bratton, Captain.

The Imperial Zouaves! : Wanted, at once, 20 men to complete a company of the splendid regiment of Col. D'Epineuil Pay and rations commence at once. Look at the imposing uniform---furnished at once. Recruiting office, at [blank] house for three days. Head-

To arms! To arms! Our state must be defended! : "Action, not words!" Volunteers wanted for a short term of state service, in Company H, Second Regiment, Penn'a S.M. Pay and rations same as in U.S.A. Apply at once, at 241 Dock St., below Third, / to Capt.

Independent company for 100 days! $50 bounty. : Having been authorized by the Adjutant General of the state to raise an independent company for 100 days, I shall open a recruiting office at 808 Cherry St. where all young men are requested to call and enro

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.

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

Flying artillery : Fifty good men wanted to fill up Capt. Massey's Company I Flying Artillery! To be attached to the Continental Cavalry, commanded by Col. Peyton. Government and city bounties given. All men joining this company will be clothed immediatel

Last chance! To arms! To arms! Now is the time to enlist! : If you wait until the first of September, when the order for drafting will be surely enforced! Married men will lose the state bounty of $6 per month, & single men that of $2. The 1st nine months

We are off for Dixie Pennsylvania sharpshooters! : Under orders from the government. Volunteers wanted for Capt. Paxon's Co. in this crack regiment. As much bounty as any other regiment! / Apply to Wm. Wrigley, Lieutenant and recruiting officer, N.E. cor.

Volunteers wanted! For Company F, Col. Staunton's regiment, Pennsylvania sharp shooters. : Pay and rations begin when enrolled. Roll open here. Head quarters N.W. cor. Fourth & Walnut. / John J. Gill, 1st Lieut. Geo. B. Laird, 2d " George W. Kite, Captain

"We are off for Dixie!" Recruits wanted for the Gymnast Zouaves! : To be attached to Col. Johnson's 146th Reg., P.V., and have been accepted by the government. Bounties as follows: $90 cash; $75 at expiration of service. Apply at the armory, No. 37 South

"We are off for Dixie!" Recruits wanted for the famous Ellsworth Zouave Corps! : To be attached to Col. Johnson's 146th Reg., P.V., and have been accepted by the government. Bounties as follows: $90 cash; $75 at expiration of service. Head quarters, N.E.