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Camden (N.J.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
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Washington Greys! $63 paid when enrolled in the Comp'y! Wanted!! Men for company A, Washington Greys, twelfth reg't, N.J. Vol's, Col. Rob't C. Johnson, now encamped at Woodbury.
War. Volunteers wanted! For the Camden Regiment! Colonel N.T. Higbie. The Camden Guards, Capt. H.M. Jewett.'
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.
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 immediately 25 able-bodied men for the Higbe Guards attached to the Camden Regiment!
Volunteers wanted. The undersigned propose to raise a Company to be attached to the Olden Legion, Col. William Bryan, of Beverly, New Jersey, accepted by the War Department.
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 for the New Jersey regiments, to fill the quota of Waterford Township, N.J. The best bounty in the State.
Volunteers wanted for Battery A, Second N.J. Artillery. The undersigned have been given authority by Adjutant General Stockton to recruit a Battery of Heavy Artillery.
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 and substitutes wanted! Highest cash bounties paid, with choice of regiments, infantry, cavalry or artillery, for one, two or three years.
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.
Volunteer and avoid the draft, bounty $718.
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.
Troops wanted for the 2d N.J. Cavalry to be commanded by Col. Jos. Karge : rally young men! Now is the time to prevent being drafted, and save the compensation allowed volunteers.
To arms, a chance to serve your country! Recruits wanted!! For the McClellan Guards, now accepted by the Governor.
The West Jersey Zouaves Have Marching Orders! 22 active men wanted immediately, to fill up the West Jersey Zouaves, for the Olden Legion, commended by Col. Wm. Bryan.
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.
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,' …
Recruits wanted for the First N.J. Brigade! Fourth, Tenth and Fifteenth regiments
Recruits wanted 30 able bodied men wanted! To fill up the Stockton Guards, Co. G, 12th Regt. N.J. Vol. Col. Robt. C. Johnson.
Recruits wanted 30 able bodied men wanted to fill up Company D, 12th Regiment of N.J. Volunteers, Col. Rob. C. Johnson.