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United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--Civil War, 1861-1865
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New Jersey Recruiting Station. By authority of the Commander in Chief, of New Jersey, (Governor Olden), the undersigned has opened a recruiting station for the state of New Jersey at No. 106 Federal St., Camden N.J. ... The New Jersey volunteers are now o
Halt, Volunteers wanted for Camden City, bounty again increased! County bounty $200 City [bounty] 175. . . .
Halt, volunteers wanted for Camden City, bounty again increased! County bounty $200 City [bounty] 175 …
Come out of the Draft! A meeting of the enrolled citizens of Camden, will be held at the court house, on Friday evening, at half past 7 o'clock, for the purpose of making final arrangements to avoid the draft.
Attention! Enrolled citizens of the city of Camden. The enrolled citizens of the city of Camden, and all others who are interested in the cause, are invited to meet in a mass meeting at the court house ... to adopt measures to raise an extra bounty and fi
Attention! Enrolled citizens of North Ward! The enrolled citizens of the North Ward of Camden City, are invited to meet in mass meeting at the court house, on Saturday evening next, March 12th at 7 1-2 o'clock to adopt measures to raise an extra bounty an
500 Dollars in cash for one year. Volunteers wanted for the city of Camden. City bounty--$200 County [bounty]--150 …
200 Substitutes wanted! Also fifty colored substitutes the highest prices paid, and fairly dealt with.
West-Jersey Dragoons A few more able bodied men are required to fill up Capt. Step. Goldsmit's Company---'A' West Jersey Dragoons.
Voluntrs [sic]! Wanted for N. Jersey regiments. To fill the quota of Stockton T'P, Camden County, N.J.
U.S. Army & Navy Recruiting Agency, No. 113 Market Street, Camden , N.J. The largest cash bounties paid to volunteers or substitutes going in the Army or Navy.
Twenty-five men wanted immediately for the West Jersey Rifles, No. 2, now on duty at Harrisburg.
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,' …
Notice of drafting the quotas of certain of the townships of the County of Camden for the nine months service not having been filled by volunteers, I shall proceed to make a draft to fill such deficiency at the court house, in the city of Camden, …
Middle Ward drafted men! A meeting will be held at the City Hall on Tuesday Ev'g, Feb. 28, at 7 1-2 o'clock, to make arrangements to fill the quota of the ward with volunteers.
Middle Ward Draft! An adjourned meeting of the drafted men and citizens, will be held on Thursday evening, March 20, 1865, at 7 1-2 o'clock at the City Hall, Federal Street above Fourth.
Forward on the column! All able-bodied men between the ages of 18 and 45, who are desirous of enrolling their names for the formation of a volunteer military company, and who, after enlistment would like to be used as 'white men should and must be,' …
Attention : the Independent Rifles of Camden, will meet for drill and business in the (third story back room) of Starrs' Hall in Bridge Avenue, below Second, on Monday evening, 27th inst., at 8 o'clock.
Attention! Co. F, Camden Reserves. The members and all others favorable to responding to the call of His Excellency, Gov. Parker, for militia to protect the borders of our sister State are requested to meet at Odd Fellow's Hall ...
Attention Co. F Camden Reserves. A meeting of the company will be held on Tuesday evening, sixth instant, at eight o'clock, at the armory.
Attention! $727 to veterans, $627 for all white men who volunteer to fill the old N.J. Regiments.
24 men wanted! Bounty, $602. Cash down, 300. Besides state pay of 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.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Head-Quarters, Boston, May 26th, 1862. General Order No. 13. The battalion at Fort Warren will be raised immediately to a Regiment, and placed under command of Maj. F.J. Parker as Colonel.
Mounted Rifle Rangers! Good first class men wanted in the Squadron of Rifle Rangers to be attached to Gen. Butler's Division, equestrians and sharp shooters.