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Young Guards 20 volunteers wanted for this company, which is commissioned, and will be one of the first companies mustered in the United States service, under the second requisition.
War. Volunteers wanted! For the Camden Regiment! Colonel N.T. Higbie. The Camden Guards, Capt. H.M. Jewett.'
War! Young men your country calls,--'Tis duty to obey! All who are ready to volunteer, to serve their country, now in its hour of danger, to march in defense of the government, and to protect our glorious flag, the Star Spangled Banner ...
War! Young men your country calls, come to the rescue. All who are ready to volunteer to serve their country, have now an opportunity of enlisting in Col. W.W.H. Davis's regiment!
War! As I am bound to fight, and look death straight in the face, not at Bunker Hill, but at Charleston, I will sell at public sale, on Monday, April 22, 1861, at my residence ... in the Borough of Doylestown, the following personal property!!
Vosburgh Chasseurs, 53d Regiment, N.Y.V. Organized under special authority from the War Department. Require robust and active men between the ages of 18 and 45, to complete its organization … under the Command of Col. Geo. A. Buckingham.
Vosburgh Chasseurs' 5th Reg't Eagle Brigade organized under special authority from the War Department. Require robust and active men between the ages of 18 and 45, to complete its organization.
Volunteers for nine months. Men wanted immediately, for nine months to fill up Company B, N. Jersey Volunteers.
Volunteers for nine months. Men wanted immediately for nine months to fill up Company B, N. Jersey Volunteers.
Volunteers Wanted! Wanted! Cameronian Guards, Company F. Col. George P. M'Lean's regiment, H.E. Wilkinson, Capt.
Volunteer! Volunteer! Avoid the draft! 121st Regiment, P.V. Accepted for three years or the war, Col. Chapman Biddle.
Volunteer! Volunteer! Avoid the draft! 121st Regiment P. V. Accepted for three years or the war, Col. Chapman Biddle.
Union mass meeting! A grand rally of the patriotic citizens of the counties of Bucks and Montgomery, who are in favor of the maintenance of our Constitution and laws, at whatever cost, will be held at Hatboro', Montgomery County …
To war! To war! 43rd Regiment, N.Y.S.V. Commanded by Col. Vinton, formerly Capt. 16th Inf., U.S.A. Stand by our flag! Recruits wanted to join this first class regiment, now in active service at Washington.
To the patriotic young men of New Jersey. $100 Bounty $3.50 per month allowed for Clothing. $6.00 per month for a married man.
To arms! To arms! Your country calls. Volunteers for the war are wanted immediately!
To Arms! Citizens of Hempstead and North Hempstead, do you hear the call of your country, beckoning you to arms?
To Arms! Citizens of Hempstead and North Hempstead, do you hear the call of your country beckoning you to arms?
Third Reg't Metropolitan Brigade! Headquarters at No. 6 Flushing Avenue, volunteers wanted!
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.
The Old Fourth accepted. To arms! To arms! The companies comprising the 4th New Jersey, recently returned from Virginia, have opened their armories to recruit several companies for the war! In conformity with the new requisition.
Stockton Guards. According to the new demand made by the President upon New Jersey, for additional regiments of volunteers to serve in their country's cause, able-bodied men are wanted for the Stockton Guards now ready for recruiting in this district.
Stanton Legion, Col. William H. Allen. Recruits wanted 2 sergeants and 3 corporals, also 30 men to complete company.