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Old New-Jersey Fourth! This Regiment has been accepted, and some of the companies mustered in.
Attention! Young men of Camden and Vicinity. Recruits wanted immediately for the National Grays of Camden.
Attention, Jerseymen! A special chance now offered to join the 10th Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers; now in the service at Washington, commanded by Col. W'm Murphy.
Attention, Volunteers! Camden Fire Zouaves to be attached to the Olden Legion, Colonel Brian.
Mounted Riflemen. Able bodied men between the age of 18 and 45, desirous of volunteering for the present war, under the command of an experienced captain, will report themselves for enlistment at the office of Mickle and Cassidy.
To the patriotic young men of New Jersey. $100 Bounty $3.50 per month allowed for Clothing. $6.00 per month for a married man.
War. Volunteers wanted! For the Camden Regiment! Colonel N.T. Higbie. The Camden Guards, Capt. H.M. Jewett.'
Color'd men wanted! Bounty, $602. Cash down, 350. Besides State, and United States pay, &c.
Fifty-five men wanted! Bounty, $602. Cash down, 300. Besides State pay per month of $6.00, and from the United States 13.00. Colored men, will be mustered into colored regiments; and receive the same bounties.
Infantry wanted for Co. C, 37th Regt. N.J. Vols. Returned volunteers who have served for 9 months who re-enlist, will receive a bounty and premium of $402, in addition to the $200 bounty giving by the county of Burlington …
Camden Brigade! 2d Regiment Infantry, Col. Thomas McKeen. Company B, of the above regiment, will meet at 8 o'clock, on Monday evening, at Parsons' Hotel for the purpose of reviving and completing the organization commenced two years ago …
Jerseymen, to arms! Gov. Parker has called under arms 12000 of our active militia of the State to serve thirty days unless sooner discharged.
National Guard meeting. The members of the Camden National Guard are requested to meet at Odd Fellow's Hall, on Friday evening next, June 12th, 1863.
Men wanted for the Invalid Corps. Only those faithful soldiers who, from wounds or the hardship of war, are not longer fit for active duty will be received in this Corps of Honor.
Jerseymen, To the Rescue! The First Regiment for the First District, under the [call] of the Governor's [Pr]oclamation.
Men wanted for the old regiments, New Jersey Vols.
Troops wanted for the 2d N.J. Cavalry to be commanded by Col. Jos. Karge : rally young men! Now is the time to prevent being drafted, and save the compensation allowed volunteers.
Halt! Volunteers Wanted! For the old New Jersey Regiments! Now in the field.
Order No. 1 The Camden Regiment will be mustered in on the 15th inst. at Trenton.
Recruits wanted for the First N.J. Brigade! Fourth, Tenth and Fifteenth regiments
The Old Fourth accepted. To arms! To arms! The companies comprising the 4th New Jersey, recently returned from Virginia, have opened their armories to recruit several companies for the war! In conformity with the new requisition.
Wanted immediately 25 able-bodied men for the Higbe Guards attached to the Camden Regiment!
Artillery, Infantry & Cavalry. Volunteers Wanted to fill the ranks of the different N. Jersey Regiments, from the 1st to the 15th Infantry, 1st Regiment of Cavalry, and 1st and 2nd Batteries of Artillery.
Recruits wanted : 35 good men wanted to fill up Company I, Capt. R.H. Lee, of the Sixth New Jersey Reg't known as the Old Fourth in the three month's service, now in active service, being stationed near the Chain Bridge on the Potomac.