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Volunteers wanted. The undersigned propose to raise a Company to be attached to the Olden Legion, Col. William Bryan, of Beverly, New Jersey, accepted by the War Department.
Voluntrs [sic]! Wanted for N. Jersey regiments. To fill the quota of Stockton T'P, Camden County, N.J.
Vosburgh Chasseurs 53d Reg't N.Y.S.V. 5th Reg't Eagle Brigade. 20 men wanted for Co. D, of this fine regiment, to complete its maximum number.
Vosburgh Chasseurs' 5th Reg't Eagle Brigade organized under special authority from the War Department. Require robust and active men between the ages of 18 and 45, to complete its organization.
Vosburgh Chasseurs, 53d Regiment, N.Y.V. Organized under special authority from the War Department. Require robust and active men between the ages of 18 and 45, to complete its organization … under the Command of Col. Geo. A. Buckingham.
Wanted immediately 25 able-bodied men for the Higbe Guards attached to the Camden Regiment!
Wanted immediately 50 able-bodied men! For the Second Regiment New York Light Artillery now at the seat of war.
Wanted! Wanted! Wanted! 1000 Substitutes! To whom the highest cash price will be given. Apply immediately to Turner, English & Co., substitute and volunteer agents.
Wanted!! Able-bodied men as recruits for the New Jersey Volunteer Service!! Now is the time to come forward to avoid conscription, and join either of the old regiments.
War meeting. The citizens of New-York are requested to assemble in the park surrounding City Hall, Wednesday 27th inst. At 4 o'clock p.m., the Country needs all the zeal, all the power, and all the loyal feeling of its citizens, native and adopted.
War! A few able bodied young men of good character will be received, if offered immediately, for the Battery of Light Artillery attached to the Ringgold Regiment, now in camp at Doylestown, Pa., under command of Col. W.W.H. Davis.
War! As I am bound to fight, and look death straight in the face, not at Bunker Hill, but at Charleston, I will sell at public sale, on Monday, April 22, 1861, at my residence ... in the Borough of Doylestown, the following personal property!!
War! War! War! Rally young men of the Lower End. Your country call, 'tis duty to obey! Old Bucks in the field!
War! Young men your country calls, come to the rescue. All who are ready to volunteer to serve their country, have now an opportunity of enlisting in Col. W.W.H. Davis's regiment!
War! Young men your country calls,--'Tis duty to obey! All who are ready to volunteer, to serve their country, now in its hour of danger, to march in defense of the government, and to protect our glorious flag, the Star Spangled Banner ...
War. Volunteers wanted! For the Camden Regiment! Colonel N.T. Higbie. The Camden Guards, Capt. H.M. Jewett.'
Washington City Provost Guard! Recruits wanted for Scott's 900 U.S.V. Cavalry! Colonel James B. Swain.
Washington Greys! $63 paid when enrolled in the Comp'y! Wanted!! Men for company A, Washington Greys, twelfth reg't, N.J. Vol's, Col. Rob't C. Johnson, now encamped at Woodbury.
West-Jersey Dragoons A few more able bodied men are required to fill up Capt. Step. Goldsmit's Company---'A' West Jersey Dragoons.
Young Guards 20 volunteers wanted for this company, which is commissioned, and will be one of the first companies mustered in the United States service, under the second requisition.