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United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--Civil War, 1861-1865
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Recruits wanted 30 able bodied men wanted! To fill up the Stockton Guards, Co. G, 12th Regt. N.J. Vol. Col. Robt. C. Johnson.
Recruits wanted 30 able bodied men wanted to fill up Company D, 12th Regiment of N.J. Volunteers, Col. Rob. C. Johnson.
Recruits read! $177 in bounties and advance pay. United States advance bounty $25, United States advance pay, 13, United States enlistment fee, 4, New York State bounty, 50, Sixth District Committee bounty, 10, total, advance pay and bounties, $102. Unite
Recruits Wanted! Halleck Guard! Col. Elias Peissner. First Reg't for the war! Already in camp in Turtle Bay Park. Lieut. Schwerin is authorized to receive recruits at the recruiting office of this Co.
Recruiting Office, Company B, Scott Legion Regiment, Col. S.W. Black, late Col. of 1st Penn. Reg., Mexican War.
Rally! Rally! Rally! To men of color! Authority has been received to raise a regiment of men of color for 100 days. Rally, men of color, at once for your country. Arm for the defence of your homes!
Rally! Men! Rally! Volunteers wanted! For 100 days!
Rally for the Union. Grand mass meeting of loyal citizens, Tuesday, 15th inst. on Union Square.
Rally Freemen! Rally our country and liberty calls, it is duty to obey. Ho for liberty!
Rally 'round the green flag. The Phoenix Regiment Corcoran Zouaves in the field! Out for the war, as the 4th Reg't of the Empire Brigade, Brigadier General F.B. Spinola. James C. Burke, Colonel.
Provost Marshal's Office Ninth Congressional Dist. 677 Third Avenue, cor. of E. 46th St. The Honorable Corps, men wanted for the Invalid Corps.
Proclamation by the Governor, of New Jersey. I have been expecting a call from the President of the United States, or a request from the Governor of the State now invaded by the rebels, for troops to aid in driving back the invaders …
Phoenix Regiment! Corcoran Zouaves! 4th Regiment Spinola's Empire Brigade! James C. Burke, Colonel. M.D. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel.
Phoenix Regiment! Corcoran Zouaves! 4th Reg't Empire Brigade! Brig. Gen. Spinola, commanding brigade. Recruits wanted for Co. D, 'O'Mahony Guards,' Phoenix Regiment, Corcoran Zouaves! James C. Burke, Colonel.
Phoenix Regiment! Corcoran Zouaves! 4th Reg't Empire Brigade! Brig. Gen. Spinola, command'g. Recruits wanted for Company B, James C. Burke, Col.
Philadelphia City Guard! 157th Reg't P.V. Col. Wm. A Gray. 40 able-bodied men for Co. B., to complete the roll of the Company, attached to this popular Regiment, now encamped near the city.
Philad'a Battalion! 4th Company Garde Lafayette: Captain T.H. Peters, 1st Lieut. F. Peiffer. Attached to Col. Geary's Reg't.
Pension! Bounty! Extra Pay! Col. J. Richter Jones' Regiment of Pennsylvania.
Our country calls rally to its support! First Regiment National Volunteers, Col. William Gurney, an officer of experience and ability, formerly of the 7th Regiment National Guard, and Captain 1st. Reg't U.S. Chasseurs (Col. Cochrane).
Order No. 1 The Camden Regiment will be mustered in on the 15th inst. at Trenton.
One more grand rally for the flag! Men wanted immediately for nine months to fill up Company A, N. Jersey volunteers.
On to Washington! 32d Regiment! Recruits wanted for Company H, Capt. H.W. Moulton, now in camp at Lynnfield, to join 32d Regiment, under command of Col. F.J. Parker, now in the field.
Old New-Jersey Fourth! This Regiment has been accepted, and some of the companies mustered in.
Now is the time for those who would serve their country. The Clinton Rifles having been accepted, as the first regiment, under the new call, a few recruits are wanted to fill up vacancies.