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United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--Civil War, 1861-1865
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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.
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.
Jerseymen, to arms! Gov. Parker has called under arms 12000 of our active militia of the State to serve thirty days unless sooner discharged.
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 …
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 …
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.
Color'd men wanted! Bounty, $602. Cash down, 350. Besides State, and United States pay, &c.
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.
Attention, Volunteers! Camden Fire Zouaves to be attached to the Olden Legion, Colonel Brian.
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! Young men of Camden and Vicinity. Recruits wanted immediately for the National Grays of Camden.
Old New-Jersey Fourth! This Regiment has been accepted, and some of the companies mustered in.
Camden Regiment. The Steuben Rifle Company will be mustered in the service at Trenton, N.J. on Thursday August 8, 1861; pay will commence on that day.
From the Army of the Potomac! New Jersey Brigade! Captain H.C. Gibson, of Company 'B', Third New Jersey Regiment has returned under orders from the War Department, to recruit men to fill up the Regiments of the New Jersey Brigade.
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.
Volunteers wanted to fill the quota of the city of Camden, N.J. under the recent call of the president, for whom the following sums will be paid by the authorities as named …
Volunteers Wanted! The following liberal offers are made to all who may desire to enlist in the Old Volunteer regiments from this state.
Volunteers Wanted! The following liberal offers are made to all who may desire to enlist in the Old Volunteer Regiments from this state.
Volunteers and substitutes wanted! Highest cash bounties paid, with choice of regiments, infantry, cavalry or artillery, for one, two or three years.
Volunteer and avoid the draft, bounty $718.
To arms, a chance to serve your country! Recruits wanted!! For the McClellan Guards, now accepted by the Governor.
Rally! Men! Rally! Volunteers wanted! For 100 days!
One more grand rally for the flag! Men wanted immediately for nine months to fill up Company A, N. Jersey volunteers.