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United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--Civil War, 1861-1865
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All men who desire to join any particular regiment of cavalry now in the field, can do so at any time within the next 30 days by applying to the enrolling board, at the Office of the Provost Marshal, No. 1182 1/2 Broadway.
A floral and fruit festival will be held at the Roxborough Lyceum Hall by the Roxborough Ladies' Aid Society!
A concert will be given by the Harmonia Club of Bethlehem for the benefit of the Soldier's Relief Society on Monday even'g, March 9th, in the hall of the Moravian Day-School. …
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.
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.
69th Reg't N.Y.S.M. Col. Mathew Murphy. This gallant corps will be ready in a few days to start for the seat of war!
66th N.Y.V. Col. Joseph C. Pinckney. Bounties paid to recruits before leaving the state, $129, on joining the regiment, in the field, 13, at the expiration of the enlistment, 75, making in all $217 …
5th N.Y. Cavalry now near Fairfax, Va. This regiment has been in sixteen different engagements, and has distinguished itself as one of the best Reg'ts in the field.
500 Dollars in cash for one year. Volunteers wanted for the city of Camden. City bounty--$200 County [bounty]--150 …
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.
33d New Jersey Vols. Zouaves! Col. George W. Mindil. $415 Bounty.
33d New Jersey Vols. Col. George W. Mindil. $615 bounty …
33d New Jersey Vols. Col. George W. Mindil : $465 bounty ...
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.
200 Substitutes wanted! Also fifty colored substitutes the highest prices paid, and fairly dealt with.
20,000 men wanted for the First Army Corps now being organized at Washington by Maj. Gen'l. W.S. Hancock.
20 Men wanted immediately to complete Col. Geary's Regiment now at Harper's Ferry. To be mustered in at once, at Camp Coleman.
1st Regiment Clinton Guard, U.S. Volunteers. United States Regiment accepted for 3 years. Col. Spencer W. Cone, Lieut Col. W.R. Manley; Lieut. M.A.J. Lynch .
100 colored men wanted, for non-commissioned officers & clerks for United States colored regiments, organizing in the south-west.
100 Good men wanted, no boys need apply, for Col. March's Regiment, 4th Pennsylvania Reserve, now lying encamped below Baltimore, at Camp Hale.
$90 Bounty Anthon Battalion of Light Artillery, Major F.W. Willard. This splendid organization, now being raised by special authorization of the President, will soon take the field.
$250 Bounty paid to re-enlisted men, and $177 paid to Recruits. Also relief to families, good clothing and best of quarters, pay to commence from day of enlistment! First Regiment, Horatio Seymour Cavalry.
$217, Cavalry! To the field! 1st Regiment N.Y. Mounted Rifles! Colonel Dodge. Only 50 more recruits wanted to fill up this splendid and efficient Regiment, now in service in the field, near Suffolk, Virginia.
$154 Bounty! $154 Second Regiment Light Artillery! Wanted 25 young men immediately! To fill up Company B, Second Reg't Light Artillery now at Fort Blenker, Va.