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United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--Civil War, 1861-1865
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$100 Bounty $13 Pay per month $6 State pay for married men $4 State pay for single men. $3.00 per month for clothes, board and rations found. Camden Fire Zouaves attached to the Olden Legion, Colonel William Bryan, now encamped at Beverly.
$100 Bounty $13 Pay per month $6 State pay for married men $4 State pay for single men. $3.00 per month for clothes, board and rations found. The Bryan Guards! Attached to the Olden Legion, Colonel William Bryan, now encamped at Beverly
$100 Bounty! Volunteers wanted to fill up Chormann's Rifle Ranger Regiment now mustering into United States service.
$100 Bounty! Wanted, forty sober, reliable, able bodied men, for Company D, Old 4th New Jersey Regiment, to be mustered in service on Monday, August 26, 1861. …
$100 Bounty! Wanted, thirty sober, reliable, able bodied men for Company G, New Jersey Regiment, to be mustered in service on Saturday, August 24, 1861.
$100 Bounty! Wanted, thirty sober, reliable, able bodied men, for Company D, New Jersey Regiment, to be mustered into service on Saturday, August 24, 1861 … to be commanded by well known and experienced officers.
$100 Bounty. For 9 months Service. A few more men wanted to fill up the quota of Centre Township, rendezvous at Archers's Hotel, Mt. Ephraim.
$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.
$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.
$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.
$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.
100 Good men wanted, no boys need apply, for Col. March's Regiment, 4th Pennsylvania Reserve, now lying encamped below Baltimore, at Camp Hale.
100 colored men wanted, for non-commissioned officers & clerks for United States colored regiments, organizing in the south-west.
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 .
20 Men wanted immediately to complete Col. Geary's Regiment now at Harper's Ferry. To be mustered in at once, at Camp Coleman.
20,000 men wanted for the First Army Corps now being organized at Washington by Maj. Gen'l. W.S. Hancock.
200 Substitutes wanted! Also fifty colored substitutes the highest prices paid, and fairly dealt with.
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.
33d New Jersey Vols. Col. George W. Mindil : $465 bounty ...
33d New Jersey Vols. Col. George W. Mindil. $615 bounty …
33d New Jersey Vols. Zouaves! Col. George W. Mindil. $415 Bounty.
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.
500 Dollars in cash for one year. Volunteers wanted for the city of Camden. City bounty--$200 County [bounty]--150 …
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.