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6th Regiment! Stand by the flag. The subscribers have been authorized to recruit a company for the Sixth Regiment of which Col. O.A. Mack of the Regular Army is Colonel, and Nelson Converse, of Marlborough, Lieut. Colonel.
City bounty $50 : Proclamation Mayor's Office, New York, September 3d, 1862 ...
Come in, and prevent a 'draft.'
Enrollment! Office of the A.A. Provost-Marshal-General, Southern Division of New York, New York, June 23, 1863.
Fourth Senatorial District Regiment! Comprising 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 14th Wards. Headquarters Comp'y D.
Jubilee! The Grant & Colfax Club of Oyster Bay, will hold a public meeting at Independence Hall in the village of Oyster Bay, on Monday, Nov. 23d, at 7 1/2 o'clock,, P.M. The public are invited to attend, ladies especially.
McClellan Infantry, headquarters, corner of Centre Street and Tryon Row, opposite the Park.
Neunzehnte Ward, Brooklyn, E.D. Deutsche!! Sichert euch die Ward-Bounty von $25.00 nebst allen anderen Bounties.
No party! Union forever! All friends of the Union, favorable to the election of Wadsworth and Tremain and of supporting the Government in all just measures for the suppression of the Rebellion, are requested to attend a Meeting at Todd's Hall. …
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 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.
Invalid Corps! U.S.A. Recruits wanted, garrison and light duty. Only those soldiers who have been honorably discharged, on account of wounds or disability received in the service, will be enlisted in the Corps of Honor!
Prize Money! Prize Money! Wanted for the U.S. Marine Corps able-bodied, sober, intelligent men, between the ages of 18 and 35 years, not less than five feet four and a half inches high, and of good character.
Prize Money! Prize Money! Who wants a chance? Wanted for the U.S. Marine Corps able-bodied, sober, intelligent men, between the ages of 18 and 35 years, not less than five feet four and a half inches high, and of good character.
50 Men wanted for the 1st U.S. Vol. Cavalry. This regiment is splendidly mounted and fully equipped, and doing duty as Provost Guard of Washington City. Fifty men are wanted to take the places made vacant by sickness, &c.
Last chance for bounties! Now is the time! The largest bounty ever offered! $89 cash bounty money paid to all who join this Regiment! 30 men wanted immediately for the First Regiment N.Y. Mounted Rifles! Col. C.C. Dodge, now in service at Suffolk, Virgini
First United States Lancers, a regiment of 12,000 strong is now in process of organization by Col. Joseph Smolinski, under the direction of the War Department, who for twenty years has been in service in the [F]rench, English and Hungarian Wars. …
Anthony Wayne Guard! Eighth Senatorial District Regiment! Colonel, Wm. H. Morris. Adjutant, Chas. H. Leonard. Recruits wanted immediately to fill up this fine Regiment, to whom the following bounties will be paid, viz. …
Notice! The conscription will soon commence! Avoid it, and secure the bounties, and help to man the forts! Awake! The enemy are upon us! And Volunteer in the 12th N.Y. Artillery! Colonel W.A. Howard, Commanding.
Rally, boys for the Union, Goodwin's Battery of Breech-loading Light Artillery! Soon to take the field! Let the Rebels take warning! Now is the time to serve your country! No skedaddlers wanted! Fall in boys!
75 more recruits wanted for the Anthon Battalion of Light Artillery now quartered at Camp 'Green,' Mount St. Vincent, Central Park, N.Y., Major F.W. Willard, Command'g.
Anthon Battalion of Light Artillery now quartered in Camp Loomis, Governor's Island.
First Regiment National Volunteers Colonel Wm. Gurney, formerly an officer in the 7th Regiment, and captain Co. C, 1st Regiment U.S. Chasseurs.
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).