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To Arms! Citizens of Hempstead and North Hempstead, do you hear the call of your country beckoning you to arms?
To Arms : recruits wanted for nine months service! $115 in advance!
Third Reg't Metropolitan Brigade! Headquarters at No. 6 Flushing Avenue, volunteers wanted!
The war for the Constitution and the Union! To the patriotic people of Salem: once again your country calls you to arms!
The rebellion, its cause and cure. A meeting for the Free Discussion of the Great Principles involved in the War for the Union will be held at the Wigwam in the village of Haverstraw, on Wednesday Evn'g, Sept. 24th at seven o'clock.
The West Jersey Zouaves Have Marching Orders! 22 active men wanted immediately, to fill up the West Jersey Zouaves, for the Olden Legion, commended by Col. Wm. Bryan.
The Union Forever : All friends of the Union, favorable to the election of Wadsworth and Tremain are invited to attend a ratification meeting at Todds' Hall, Mount Vernon, on Monday evening, Oct. 10th, 1862 at half-past seven o'clock.
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.
The Federal Union: it must and shall be preserved! A mass meeting of citizens will be held on Wednesday evening, June 3, at eight o'clock, at Citizens' Hall, Bethlehem.
Stockton Guards. According to the new demand made by the President upon New Jersey, for additional regiments of volunteers to serve in their country's cause, able-bodied men are wanted for the Stockton Guards now ready for recruiting in this district.
Stanton Legion, Col. William H. Allen. Recruits wanted 2 sergeants and 3 corporals, also 30 men to complete company.
Stanton Legion W.H. Allen, Commander. $25 bounty as soon as mustered in service. 25 government bounty 48 hours after being sworn in. 25 State Bounty as soon as the Regiment is completed. 50 Bounty from Common Council before leaving the State.
Stand by your flag!! All able bodied between the ages of 18 and 45, who are desirous of enrolling their names for the formation of a military volunteer company, and who, after enlistment would like to be used 'as men should and must be,' …
Spinola's Empire Brigade. Hillhouse Light Infantry. Capt. Thos. F. Goodman, having been authorized to enroll a company for this Brigade, has opened a recruiting office at Lafayette Hall, up stairs, large room, 597 Broadway.
Spinola's Empire Brigade! Bounty! Bounty! 100 dollars Ver. St., wovon 25 dollars voraus bezahlt werden! 50 dollars Staat New-York, wird bei der Einmusterung bezahlt.
Sixth Union League Regiment! For one year's service. Colonel H.G. Sickel, (late of the 3d Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, commanding.)
Sixth Regiment N.Y.S.M. Governor's Guard Col. Jos. C. Pinckney. This regiment, having just returned from a tour of three months' duty, is now reorganizing for the War!
Sixteenth Regiment U.S. Infantry! Recruits wanted! Fifty able-bodied men will be accepted within the next two weeks to fill up the ranks of this regiment of the regular army, now in Tennessee.
Sigels Scharfschützen! Drittes Regiment, Spinolas Empire Brigade, Oberst F.X. Braulick. Aufgepasst Deutsche!!
Sigel Sharp-Shooters! Spinola's Brigade! Organized under special authority, the regiment will be commanded by officers who have all seen active service. Pay from $13 to $21 per month.
Sickles' Excelsior Brigade! Headquarters, City Hall Park. Yorktown. Williamsburg, May 5th. Fair Oaks, June 1st, Williamsburg Road, June 25th, Savage Station, June 29th, White Oak Swamp, June 30th, Ch's City Cross-Rds., June 30th …
Sickles' Excelsior Brigade! Headquarters, City Hall Park. Yorktown. Williamsburg, May 5th. Fair Oaks, June 1st, Williamsburg road, June 25th, Savage Station, June 29th, White Oak Swamp, June 30th, Charles City Cross-roads, June 30th …
Seventy-six men must be had before September 3d, to fill the quota of Framingham.
Senatorial Regiment, Colonel Anthony Conk. Strike for your altars and your fires! Strike till the last armed foe expires! Strike for the green graves of your sires! God and our Native Land! Recruits wanted for Co. I.