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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.
Cavalry! To the field! 76 recruits wanted for the Seventh Regiment N.Y. Mounted Rifles! Colonel Dodge. Now in service near Suffolk, Virginia.
Cavalry! To the field! 20 recruits wanted for the 1st Battalion N.Y. Mounted Rifles! Colonel Dodge, now in service near Suffolk, Virginia.
Cavalry service. D.F. Taft is authorized to raise a company for the 22d Cavalry Regiment, now forming at Rochester.
Metropolitan New York Cavalry! Recruits wanted for this new regiment. Bounty $150.
Metropolitan New York Cavalry! Come in, boys, out of the draft! Recruits wanted for this new regiment. Bounty $150.
Metropolitan New-York Cavallerie! Kommt! Tretet ein! Lasst euch nicht zwingen! Rekruten verlangt! Für dieses neue Regiment.
First Metropolitan Cavalry! This is the last chance to join a cavalry reg't prior to the draft! Recruits wanted to fill up Company A. of the Regiment.
Washington City Provost Guard! Recruits wanted for Scott's 900 U.S.V. Cavalry! Colonel James B. Swain.
Enlist now and get your $100 bounty! Don't wait to be drafted and lose the bounty, the only chance for cavalry! A few recruits are wanted for Scott's 900 United States Volunteers.
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.
Harris Light Cavalry now in a beautiful camp at Scarsdale, near New Rochelle, New York.
Highest Bounty. $227. To all recruits in Capt. Curran's Company, 31 Genesee St.
Latest news from Washington! The rebels swarming on the Potomac! 'Boys there's the enemy! And we must beat them, or Molly Stark sleeps a widow to-night! Forward!'--General Stark's speech to his soldiers before the Battle of Bennington.
Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty!' Men who love our free institutions; men who value your own liberties; men who defend the right! Men who are ready to fight for freedom, come forth now! When the country is in peril!
Rally! Rally! Rally! To men of color! Authority has been received to raise a regiment of men of color for 100 days. Rally, men of color, at once for your country. Arm for the defence of your homes!
United States Army! Largest bounty ever offered. Able-bodied men wanted! For the Fifteenth U.S. Infantry! Join this veteran regiment whose colors have been triumphantly borne in all the glorious achievements of our Western Armies.
Engineers! The only one from Pennsylvania. Carpenters, blacksmiths, stonemasons & laborers. The Independent Company of Infantry to act as Engineers and Artificers, being accepted by the proper authorities, the enrolled members will report ...
100 Good men wanted, no boys need apply, for Col. March's Regiment, 4th Pennsylvania Reserve, now lying encamped below Baltimore, at Camp Hale.
Sixteenth Regiment U.S. Infantry! Recruits wanted! Fifty able-bodied men will be accepted within the next two weeks to fill up the ranks of this regiment of the regular army, now in Tennessee.
Sixth Union League Regiment! For one year's service. Colonel H.G. Sickel, (late of the 3d Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, commanding.)
To arms! To arms! Your country calls. Volunteers for the war are wanted immediately!
Philadelphia City Guard! 157th Reg't P.V. Col. Wm. A Gray. 40 able-bodied men for Co. B., to complete the roll of the Company, attached to this popular Regiment, now encamped near the city.
Volunteer! Volunteer! Avoid the draft! 121st Regiment P. V. Accepted for three years or the war, Col. Chapman Biddle.