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    The Liberator, Boston, January 9, 1863
    Anti Slavery and Abolitionist Newspaper! Announcement of President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation! Our Country is the World, our Countrymen are all Mankind William Lloyd Garrison, Editor 4 pages. Large slave related vignette above the banner. Has the mottos, Come To Break The Bonds Of The Oppressor, and Thou Shall Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Self. PROCLAMATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land, to all the inhabitants thereof. The Hour of Deliverance. Freedom For The Slaves. The Two Proclamations. The Proclamation; How to Make it Efficient. Address of Wendell Holmes. The Policy of a Negro Army For The North. Desperate and Prolonged Conflicts at Murfreesboro and Vicksburg. Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Anti Slavery Society. Proclamation Day in Boston. One Honest Abolitionist. General Benjamin Butler's Farewell to the People of New Orleans. Farewell Address of General Butler to His Troops. Right of Secession. Slave Songs. John Brown's Avenger. Abraham Lincoln. Chronology of the War. The Late Rupture of the Cabinet. Conciliation in North Carolina, and more. Extremely desirable issue regarding President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the freeing of the slaves. Light age toning and wear, and a few edge chips and tears. Ink borders have been drawn to highlight the President Lincoln Proclamation story.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Times, August 28, 1863
    8 pages. OPERATIONS AGAINST CHARLESTON. Greek Fire Thrown into the City. A Protest from Beauregard and the Foreign Consuls. General Gillmore Demands the Surrender of the Forts and Public Property. Complete Demolition of Fort Sumter. Forts Moultrie, Gregg and Beauregard Shelled for Three Hours. The Monitors Vigorously at Work. Details of Our Operations. The Draft. Names Drawn Yesterday in the Fifth and Ninth Districts. The Draft Exemption Ordinance. Plans to Pass it Over the Mayor's Veto. The Lawrence Massacre. Pursuit of the Guerrillas. Most of the Plunder Recaptured. About 80 of the Assassins Known to be Killed, News from Rosecrans Army and much more. Light wear and edge chipping.
  • Price: $25.00
    The New York Times, September 3, 1863
    8 pages. The Union State Convention. The Ticket, the Platform, and the State Committee Complete. Important From Arkansas. Defeat of the Rebel Forces Under Marmaduke and Price. Probable Capture of Little Rock. The Battle of Honey Springs, Ark.The Shelling of Charleston. The Draft. Names Drawn Yesterday on Long Island. The President's Letter. An Argument Addressed to the Opponents of the War Policy of the Administration. Letter to the Union Convention at Springfield, Illinois. The Convention in Missouri and more. Edge wear.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Times, April 16, 1863
    8 pages. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURGH. Slow Progress...The Difficulties to be Overcome. All the Old Canal Projects Abandoned. A New One Commenced up the River. The Experience of the Two Bayou Expeditions. How Our Gunboats Were Saved from Capture. The Yazoo Pass Expedition. Fidelity and Loyalty of the Negroes. Destitution Among the Rebels. How They Get Supplies. A Reported Mutiny at Vicksburgh. The Gunboat Fleet Being Fitted For Active Service. The New Ironclad Tuscumbia Arrived. The Range of Her Guns Tried at Haines' Bluff. Journal and History of Admiral Porter's Expedition up the Yazoo. Gen. Ellet's Marine Brigade. Interesting From The South. Gen. Wise Said to be Operating in the Vicinity of Williamsburgh. Another Blockade Running Steamer Destroyed off Charleston. Rebel Reports From the Southwest. Mysterious Movements About Memphis and Vicksburgh. A Skirmish Near Pascagoula, Miss. The Contrabands Engaged. The Enemy in Force near Our Lines at Suffolk. The Killing of Colonel Kimball by General Corcoran. From North Carolina. The Position of General Foster. He Has Supplies Sufficient For a Three Weeks' Siege. False Rebel Reports of His Surrender, and much more. Light age toning and wear.
  • Price: $35.00
    The Daily Picayune, May 16, 1840
    4 pages. Includes a front page advertisement offering a $50 Reward for a runaway slave. The interior pages also have slave advertisements including runaway slave and sale notices. Among the articles are Resolutions Adopted by the Municipal Council; Republic of Texas; An Act to provide for the redemption of the promissory notes of the Government; numerous Court Cases; The Natchez Delegation; Prairie Sketches; The Santa Fe Trail, and more. The newspaper is also full of railroad and ship advertisements, medical ads, auctions, and much more. Light age toning and edge chipping. A very interesting authentic piece of 1840 history.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Times, August 5, 1863
    8 pages. THE WAR IN VIRGINIA. Lee's Army Believed to be Again on the Retreat. The Rebels Aiming to Avoid Another General Engagement. Probable Reoccupation of Fredericksburgh. IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. The Rebel Army Under Lee Massed at Culpepper. A Significant Appeal from Lee for the Return of Absent Soldiers. Entertaining Views of the Present Military Situation. Traitors at Home. An Official Rebel Account of Morgan's Raid. Adventures of a Rebel Dispatch Bearer to Vicksburgh. A Letter From Capt. Maffit of the Florida. Death of William L. Yancey. John B. Floyd ill and Not Expected to Recover. Morgan's Operations in Indiana and Ohio. Operations in North Carolina. Gen. Potter's Raid. Property Destroyed. Loss to the Rebels. Large Accession of Negroes. The First Regiment North Carolina Negro Volunteers. Flag Presentation and Speeches. Gen. Heckman's Expedition. THE FALL OF VICKSBURGH. Last Words of the Vicksburgh Citizens. THE WAR ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Gen. Ransom's Expedition to Natchez. The War in the Far West. The Battle at Elk Creek. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUTHWEST. Movements of the Rebels in West Tennessee. The Alabamians Deserting From Bragg's Army. Joe Johnston's Army at Meridian, and much more. Light age toning and edge wear. Small chip out of right edge, in the margin, which does not affect any of the content.
  • Price: $100.00
    Richmond Whig And Public Advertiser Newspapers
    Group lot of four 1863 Confederate newspapers Published in Richmond, Virginia, in 1863, each newspaper is four pages. They are filled with war news, political content, foreign news as it relates to the Confederacy, military advertisements, auction sales, city news, rewards offered for runaway slaves, and more. Dates include: February 17, 1863; April 24, 1863; May 1, 1863 and May 5, 1863. Each of the newspapers have condition flaws such as paper loss at the folds, edge wear, fold splits, age toning, and typical age wear that would be expected to see in a newspaper that is 150 years old. Some of the fold splits have archival tape repairs on them. We are offering these four, authentic, original 1863 Confederate newspapers as a special, bargain basement group lot, well below our cost. They are being sold as is with no return privilege.
  • Price: $16.00
    Knickerbocker Newspaper, Dec.6,1963
    Newspaper, The Knickerbocker News, Albany, N.Y. dated Friday December 6,1963 marked Pictorial Review of The Death of A President. There are 24 paged filled with this horrible event with great information and many pictures. Just as found.
  • Price: $40.00
    Harper's Weekly, February 6, 1864
    Front page illustration: Thanks to General U.S. Grant by Thomas Nast. Other illustrations: Portrait of The Union Drummer Boy of Shiloh; Johnny Clem. Portrait of Union General Francis J. Herron. Saltpeter Cave near Chattanooga. A Stampede of Army Horses. Halt of a Wagon Train. Camp of the 103rd New York Infantry before Charleston. Accident on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. A Veteran on Furlough. The Stag Dance, and more. Light wear and age toning.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Times, June 5, 1863
    8 pages. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. Advices from General Grant's Army to the 31st ult. Everything Progressing Well. The Siege Operations Being Energetically Pushed Forward. Preparations for Mining Some of the Principal Rebel Works. One Hundred and Fifty Cannon Playing Upon the City. The Rebel Force Reported to be 18,000 Effective Men. Operations of the Gunboat Fleet. The Capture of Yazoo City. Rebel Reports Via Fredericksburg. Something About Gen. Pemberton. Another Rebel Navy Yard Destroyed. Two Formidable Iron Clads Blown Up at Shreveport. Kilpatrick's Last Raid. Details of the Expedition from Gloucester Point to Falmouth. A Large Amount of Rebel Property Captured. Gen. Rosecrans Department. The Rebels All Massed Along Our Front. A Skirmish on the Manchester Pike. Fighting at Various Points. Department of North Carolina. Much more. Light age toning and edge chipping at the spine. Fine issue.
  • Price: $30.00
    Harper's Weekly, December 9, 1865
    Front page illustration of the Grand Reception of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant at the 5th Avenue Hotel, New York City. Other illustrations: full page illustration of General U.S. Grant from a Gutekunst photograph. Guests in the Refreshment Room at the Reception of General Grant at the 5th Avenue Hotel. Full centerfold with seven illustrations which are titled, National Thanksgiving, 1865. It also includes the National Thanksgiving Day Proclamation by President Andrew Johnson. Great Guano on the Chincha Islands. Portrait of Benjamin F. Perry, Governor of South Carolina. Portrait of Marcus L. Ward, Governor Elect of New Jersey, and more. Light wear.
  • Price: $20.00
    Harper's Weekly, December 23, 1865
    Front page illustration of Honorable John T. Hoffman, Mayor Elect of New York City. Other illustrations: Thanksgiving Dinner at the Five Points Ladies Home Mission of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The Port of Valparaiso, Chili, South America. The Town of Morant, Morant Bay, Jamaica. Full centerfold titled, The Pilgrimage to Mecca which feautures 11 different related engravings. Headquarters of the Fenian Brotherhood, Union Square, New York City. Headquarters of Lieutenant General Grant on 17th St., Washington, D.C. The Freedman's Bureau at Richmond, Va. The Amelia Sulphur Springs, Amelia County, Va. The Indian Hunter, and more. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $22.00
    Newspaper Presidental Elections 1852-1980
    Newspaper of Presidental Elections 1852-1980 as reported on the front pages of the New York Times. There are 36 pages just filled with such wonderful memorabilia and moments in time. Some pages have a bottom tear but this is still such a great find. View all of the pictures as it is sold just as found.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, November 11, 1865
    Front page illustrations of Diplomats Charles Francis Adams and Earl Russell. Other illustrations: Interior of the Seabrook Tobacco Warehouse at Richmond, Va. View of the Tobacco Exchange, Corner of Virginia and Cary Streets, Richmond, Va. The True Defenders of the Constitution (this full page view shows dead negro soldiers on the battlefield). President Andrew Johnson (excellent full page Thomas Nast political illustration titled Boorish Tailor, Drunken Beast, Patriot, Statesman). Residence of General Ulysses S. Grant's Father at Covington, Ky. Portrait of Governor James M. Wells, of Louisiana. Portrait of Ex-Confederate General Wade Hampton. View of Wade Hampton's Residence, at Columbia, S.C. View of Wade Hampton's Garden. Execution of Champ Ferguson, The Confederate Guerrilla, at Nashville, Tenn. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $35.00
    Harper's Weekly, September 2, 1865
    Front page illustrations of the Collision on the Housatonic Railroad near Bridgeport, Conn., and the Housatonic Railroad Slaughter House to Which the Wounded Were Conveyed. Other illustrations: Portrait of William Cullen Bryant (from a Brady photograph). Wall Street and Broadway, N.Y., Ways of Getting and Spending Money. Newly Arrived Emigrants at Castle Garden, New York City (full double centerfold sketched by Alfred R. Waud). Portraits of Rear Admiral Francis H. Gregory, and the Honorable Preston King. Monument to General John Buford at West Point, and more. Light wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, June 10, 1865
    Front page illustration of the Grand Review at Washington; General Meade and Staff Passing the Principal Reviewing Stand. Other illustrations: Grand Review at Washington; Public School Children Greeting the Soldiers From the Steps of the Capitol. General Phil Sheridan's Cavalry Passing Down Capitol Hill Towards Pennsylvania Ave. Sheridan's Cavalry Passing Through Pennsylvania Ave. General Sherman's Veterans Marching Through Pennsylvania Ave. Sherman's Veterans Crossing Long Bridge. Jefferson Davis's Cell at Fort Monroe. Abraham Lincoln, Our Martyred President. (full double centerfold). Portrait of Lincoln Conspirator, David C. Herold, and more. Light wear. Fine.
  • Price: $9.95
    The Torchbearer, A Paper For Girls Ten To Seventeen Years Of Age Newspaper
    The Torchbearer, A Paper for Girls Ten to Seventeen Years of Age Newspaper. This newspaper is Volume VIII, Nashville Tenn., May 12, 1929 Number 10. It includes articles (Joan of Arc), stories, poems, book reviews, letters, photos and illustrations. It has some minor tearing along the edges and otherwise it is in good used condition.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, August 19, 1865
    Front page illustrations of General Nelson A. Miles, Elisha Kingsland, Chief Engineer of the N.Y. Fire Department, and Emma, Queen Dowager of Hawaii. Other illustrations: The Electric Union. College Ragata, Boat Race Between The Yale and Harvard Boys on Lake Quinsigamond. Individual portraits of six members of the teams. Several sketches done onboard the U.S. Naval School Ship, Sabine. The Flight of Jeff Davis, A Sudden Alarm and Stampede. Jeff Davis Bidding Farewell to His Escort Two Days Before His Capture. The English Elections; The Riot in the Great Market Place at Nottingham. The English Elections; Nomination of Candidates for Westminster, etc. Light edge wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $35.00
    Harper's Weekly, August 12, 1865
    Front page illustrations of New Westminster, The Capital of British Columbia, and the Terminal Station of Collin's Overland Telegraph, New Westminster, B.C. Other illustrations: The Indo-European Telegraph; Landing the Cable in the Mud at Fao, Persian Gulf. Trial of Mowing Machines at Mount Vernon (sketched by Alfred R. Waud). The Richmond Election, July 25, 1865, The Polling at the First Market House, Corner of Main and 17th Streets. The Richmond Election, Polls at the City Hall, Madison Ward. Double centerfold titled, The Atlantic Telegraph Cable with several related illustrations. Map of the World Showing the Telegraphic Systems for Encircling the Entire Globe. Celebrayion of the Fourth of July at the Pre-Catelan in Paris by the American Residents. Dr. Pritchard, the Glasgow Poisoner. Trial of Dr. Pritchard, The Court During the Examination of Mary M'Leod. Testing the Negro Question. Light edge wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, August 5, 1865
    Front page illustrations of The Boat Race at Poughkeepsie, New York, plus portraits of The Late Reverend Alonzo Potter and The Late Reverend Newton Heston. Other illustrations: Reception of the German Singing Societies at The City Hall Park, July 15, 1865, sketched by A.R. Waud. The Launch of the Ironclad Dunderberg, July 22, 1865. Pardoned by Columbia; Shall I Trust These Men (pictured in this engraving are Confederate leaders R.E. Lee, J.B. Hood, R.S. Ewell, R. Semmes, R. Toombs, J. Letcher, etc.). Franchise of the Negro Soldier (amputee on crutches) by Columbia. Portrait of Union Major General Charles Griffin. The Tredegar Iron Works at Richmond, Va., and more. Light edge wear. Very fine.
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    Harper's Weekly, July 29, 1865
    Front page illustration of negro man with hoe and pick with negroes working in the field in the background, while the plantation family sits on their porch. A caption from the mouth of the plantation owner says, My boy we've toiled and taken care of you long enough. Now you've got to work. Below the scene is the title, The Great Labor Question From a Southern Point of View. Other illustrations: Presentation of 200 Battle Flags to Governor Fenton at Albany, N.Y. Grand Dinner given to the Army of the Tennessee at the Union Hotel, Saratoga, N.Y. Grand Ball at the opening of Leland's Opera House, Saratoga. On the Road to Saratoga Lake. Saratoga Lake. The destruction by fire of Barnum's American Museum, in N.Y. The ruins of Barnum's Museum the morning after the fire. Launching of the U.S. Ship Madawaska. Secessionist, Edmund Ruffin, who was said to have fired the first Southern shot of the war at Charleston. Miss Mary Harris. Paris fashions for July 1865 and more. Light wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, July 15, 1865
    Front page illustration titled, Rustic Courtship, which shows a young man gazing intently through an open window at a young lady as she washes clothes in a wash tub. Other illustrations: excellent full page view of Lieutenant General U.S. Grant and Staff which includes Generals Ingalls, Williams, Babcock and Rawlins, as well as Colonel Ely S. Parker, and several other officers. Portraits of General Peter J. Osterhaus and Admiral Louis M. Goldsborough. The U.S. Frigate Colorado, Flag Ship of Admiral Goldsborough. The double centerfold page is titled U.S. Cavalry Depot, Giesboro, Opposite Washington, and it shows views of Washington from the cavalry depot; inspection of a lot of new horses, and disabled horses turned in for medical treatment. Soldiers playing football in camp. Joseph Crele, the oldest man in the world. Soldiers playing chuck-a-luck, and more. Light edge wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $75.00
    Harper's Weekly, June 24, 1865
    Front page illustration of General Ulysses S. Grant visiting General Winfield Scott at Cozzen's Hotel, West Point, N.Y. Other illustrations: General P.H. Sheridan and his generals; Wesley Merritt, George Crook, James W. Forsyth, and George A. Custer (from an Alexander Gardner photo). Johnnie Reb Comes Marching Home. Full, double centerfold titled, Our Arms Victorious, with battle vignettes, bust view of General U.S. Grant, etc., done by famous artist Thomas Nast. Explosion of the U.S. receiving magazine at Mobile, Ala. Conflagration at Mobile caused by the explosion. Portrait of William W. Holden, Governor of North Carolina, and more. Very fine.
  • Price: $45.00
    Harper's Weekly, June 17, 1865
    Front page illustration of William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Other illustrations: General William T. Sherman. General Weitzel's Texas Expedition; the Fleet at Hampton Roads. Officers Engaged in the Capture of C.S.A. President, Jefferson Davis. The Clothing in Which Davis Disguised Himself. Panoramic Views of Richmond, Va. Rebel Soldiers Taking the Oath of Allegiance in the Senate Chamber at Richmond, Va. Rebel Cruelties; portraits of 7 identified Union prisoners of war. The Northwestern Sanitary Commission and Soldier's Home Fair, Chicago, Illinois, and more. Light wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $9.95
    Vtg. Post Gazette Newspaper-pittsburgh-feb.21,1953
    Vintage Pittsburgh, PA Newspaper. The Paper is the Post Gazette Daily Magazine, Dated: Saturday Morning Feb. 21, 1953. Has some great news items from Pittsburgh,Pa. Area. On the Back Page is the Movie Guide: Loews Penn Theatre is Ivanhoe, with Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, George Sanders, at the Fulton Theater: Han Christian Anderson with Danny Kaye, and at the Harris Theater is Mississippi Gambler with Tyrone Power. Great Old Pittsburgh News Paper! Has Discoloring from Age and is Folded. Please e-mail me with any Questions!!! Free US Shipping via USPS First Class Mail.
  • Price: $35.00
    Harper's Weekly, March 25, 1865
    Front page illustration of Hugh McCullouch, Secretary of the Treasury. Other illustrations: The triumph in New York; the grand procession. Portrait of James Harlan, Secretary of the Interior. General John M. Schofield's headquarters, at Wilmington, N.C. The badge of the 23rd Army Corps. General Phil Sheridan moving up the Shenandoah Valley. Bridge on the Military Railroad from City Point to Hatcher's Run. Exterior of the chapel of the Christian Commission, 9th Corps. Interior of the chapel of the Christian Commission, 9th Corps. The late Cardinal Wiseman. Paris fashions for March 1865, and more. Light wear and age toning. Fine.
  • Price: $25.00
    Newspaper,1952,burlington Free Press
    Burlington Free Press Newspaper 125th Anniversary Edition Tuesday, June 10,1952. It is reliving 125 years of historic events. It has the flood of 1927 on the front with pictures inside, it has an great index of all of the events in the paper and lots of pictures. A rare find from 1952 with some tattered edges. It is sold just as found.
  • Price: $50.00
    Harper's Weekly, February 4, 1865
    Front page illustrations of General Alfred H. Terry, and the landing of soldiers and sailors at Fort Fisher, N.C. Other illustrations: the Army of the Potomac receiving the news of the capture of Fort Fisher. Admiral Porter's fleet celebrating the surrender of Fort Fisher. Portraits of the late Naval Lieutenants' Samuel W. Preston and Benjamin H. Porter. Full double centerfold showing the assault on Fort Fisher. Portrait of Union General Adelbert Ames. Unionist escaping across the mountains of East Tennessee. The destruction of the Rebel Ram Savannah. General Kilpatrick's headquarters at Savannah, Ga., and more. Very fine Fort Fisher issue!
  • Price: $125.00
    Harper's Weekly, July 22, 1865
    The Hanging of the Lincoln Conspirators Front page illustration of Restoring the American eagle in front of the United States legation at Honolulu, Hawaii. Other illustrations: The Harvest of Death at Gettysburg [Full page. Executed from an Alexander Gardner photograph]. Portrait of General O.O. Howard [executed from an Alexander Gardner photograph]. Laying the Cornerstone of the Soldier's Monument at Gettysburg. 2 page spread of the Execution of the Lincoln Conspirators at Washington, several of which were executed from Alexander Gardner photographs. The late residence of Lincoln Conspirator, Mary Surratt. Portraits of Lincoln Conspirators, Payne, Herold and Atzerodt. Ineterior view of Fort Sumter after it's evacuation by the Rebels. Colonel Colyer distributing berries to the 1st New York Cavalry on the Battery. Colonel Colyer distributing fruit to Union soldiers. Dinner at the Soldier Home, Howard Street, New York, and more. Very fine. Very desirable Gettysburg and Lincoln Conspirators related issue!
  • Price: $75.00
    Harper's Weekly, July 1, 1865
    Front page illustration of the Monument erected on the field of the First Battle of Bull Run; and Consecration of the Bull Run Monument, Reading the Service. Other illustrations: The monument erected at Groveton, Va., on the field of the Second Battle of Bull Run. The 16th N.Y. Artillery firing a salute on the spot where Rickett's Battery was captured by the enemy, on July 21, 1861. Ruins of General Lee's Headquarters at Petersburg, Va. Full page portrait of General William T. Sherman and his Generals. Full page portrait of The Military Commission engaged in the trial of the Lincoln Conspirators at Washington. Individual portraits of the Lincoln Conspirators; Lewis Payne, David Herold, J.W. Atzerot, Samuel Arnold, Michael O'Laughlin and Edward Spangler. Portrait of Frederick Seward. Camp of Negro refugees. Paris fashions for June 1865. Portrait of Prince Napoleon, and more. Two archival tape repairs. Very fine Lincoln conspirator's related issue.
  • Price: $45.00
    The New York Times, June 22, 1863
    8 pages. THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. An Authoritative Statement of the Situation. The Recent Reports of Disaster All False. No Portion of the Army yet Engaged Excepting the Cavalry. No Enemy on or Near the Old Bull Run Battlefield. Another Brilliant Fight Near Middleburgh. The Rebels Driven from the Field Leaving Their Killed and Wounded Behind. Probable Position of the Main Body of Lee's Army. Doings of the Cavalry. Incidents of the Fight at Aldie. The Fate of the First Rhode Island Cavalry. The Regiment Surrounded by the Enemy. Movements of the Rebels. A Force of Forty Thousand Reported at Hagerstown and Williamsport, Md. Cavalry at Mercersburgh, Penn. Stealing Horses. A Force Said to be Near Gettysburgh. The Rebels Still at Greencastle. Scouts Near Chambersburgh. The City Full of Soldiers. The Rebels in Maryland. Important From Baltimore. The Rebels at Frederick and Monocacy. Crossing of a Very Heavy Force at Antietam Bridge. Baltimore Being Placed in a State of Defence. The Blockade Runners. Destruction of Two Steamers Off Charleston. One of Them the Isaac P. Smith Captured in Stono River. A Valuable Prize. Capture of the Blockade Runner Calyposo off the North Carolina Coast. Another Battle of Ironclads. Two of Our Monitors Engaged With the Atlanta. The Ram Steams Out of Savannah Harbor and Gives Battle. Her Capture After an Action Lasting Thirty Minutes. Important From the South. The Burning of Darien, Ga. A Large National Force Landing at Brunswick. The Siege of Vicksburgh. The Rebels Expending Their Ammunition. An Attack From Joe Johnston Expected. The Rebel Pirate Georgia Heard From. Large Arrivals of Cotton at Liverpool. The Case of the Gunboat Alexandria. From the Rebel States. Rebel Views of Affairs at Vicksburgh. The Consequences of the Loss of the Mississippi., and much more. Edge chipping. Very fine Gettysburg and Vicksburg campaign issue.
  • Price: $20.00
    The New York Times, June 23, 1861
    8 pgs. THE GREAT INSURRECTION. Important From the Seat of Army Operations. No Forward Movement of the Federal Forces. The Rebels Building New Batteries. A Portion of Beauregard's Command Throws Forward to Fairfax Court House. Latest Intelligence From Western Maryland. Gen. Cadwallader Still at Williamsport. Col. Wallace's Command All Safe. Gen. McClellan on his Way to Grafton. Important From Kentucky. The Agreement Between the State and National Authorities. Rebel Missourians Leaving the State. The Harper's Ferry Confederates, Affairs at Fortress Monroe. Return of the Reconnoitering Expedition, and much more. Edge chip and some light fold wear. Very fine early war issue.
  • Price: $65.00
    The New York Times, May 3, 1865
    President Lincoln Funeral and Burial News 8 pages. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF. Full Details of the Attempted Escape and Final Destruction of the Rebel Ironclad Webb. She is Chased Ashore by Our Gunboats. She is Fired by Her Crew who Make Their Escape. Two Hundred Bales of Cotton Burned with the Steamer. Eyewitness Account From Major Commanding U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery. Probable Surrender of Kirby Smith and His Forces. Negotiations in Progress at the Mouth of Red River. Proposed Surrender of Kirby Smith and His Forces on the Terms Granted to Gen. Lee. The Sultana Disaster. Further Comments on the Fall of Richmond. Movements of General Grant. Proposed Alliance between France and England against America. The Late Rebel Navy. Secretary Mallory Surrenders at Pensacola. The Present Spirit of the South. The Breaking up of our Army. The Cotton Question. The President's Obsequies; From Chicago to Mr. Lincoln's Home. Closing Manifestations in Chicago. The Body Escorted on its Way. Mrs. Lincoln's Selection of a Burial Place. The Journey Toward Springfield. More Rebel Plots. Supposed Plot to Burn Philadelphia. Action of the Military and Civil Authorities. Precautionary Measures Continued. Reports From Baltimore; Incendiary Plot Rumors About Sergeant Boston Corbett. Lecture on President Lincoln by Frederick Douglass, and more. Very fine.
  • Price: $95.00
    Daily Richmond Examiner, January 12, 1864
    2 pages. The War News. Conscription of the Substitute Men. Revision of Exemptions. Report from our Correspondent at Fredericksburg. General Morgan and His Movements. News from the Atlanta Intelligencer. News from the Montgomery Mail. News drom the Macon Telegraph. Numerous Military ads. News from the Confederate Congress and Senate. News from the Virginia Legislature. General Morgan in the House. The Stampede Among the Substitutes. The Battlefield of Chickamauga. Want ad for the hire of a slave, and much more. Light age toning and wear.
  • Price: $25.00
    The New York Times, April 7, 1863
    8 pages. The Latest Depredations of The Alabama. Particulars of the Destruction of the Golden Eagle, the Schooner Palmetto and the Olive Jane. The Confederate Loan. Important to Merchants. Internal and Coast wise Instructions. Regulations Prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and Accompanying Orders of the Secretaries of War and Navy. Circular From Secretary Chase. The Connecticut Election. The Republican Union Ticket Triumphant. Governor Buckingham Re-Elected. Three Out of Four Congressmen. General McClellan and the Peace Policy. CHARLESTON. The Reported Demonstration of Our Force. Charleston Papers Acknowledge Attack. Important From Port Royal. The Movement About to be Made. Another Rebel Schooner Captured. Important From North Carolina. A Battle Supposed to Have Been Fought by General Foster. Late Rebel News. Reconnoisance up the Yazoo. Affairs in Tennessee. Arrival of Exchanged Prisoners. Rebel Cavalrymen Deserting and much more. Light edge wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $50.00
    Charleston Daily Courier, November 3, 1862
    Charleston, S.C. Confederate States Of America. Monday Morning, November 3, 1862. 4 pages. From Holly Springs; Our Wounded in the Battle of Corinth. From Chattanooga; Gen. Buell Superseced by Gen. Rosecrans. Army Movements in Kentucky and Tennessee. From Richmond; Destruction of a Railway Train. Capture of 96 Prisoners. Soldier's Relief Association. Death of Colonel Charles C. Tew. Arrival of Yankee Prisoners. Guerrilla Attacks on Steamers. Perspective Intervention on the Part of European Powers. English View on Slavery. Letter From U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward. Numerous military ads including a large one for Army & Navy goods. Advertisements for the sale of plantations which include among their inventory the number of slave huts on the property. Numerous want ads for the hire and purchase of good negroes. Reward ads for the capture of runaway negroes, and much more. Light age toning and wear. Piece of the margin at upper corner has been torn off. This does not affect the content.
  • Price: $95.00
    Daily Richmond Examiner, October 20, 1863
    Richmond, Virginia, Tuesday Morning, October 20, 1863. 2 pages. War news from Northern Virginia. The Georgia Delegation in the Next Congress. Changes in the Railroad Time Tables. The President in the South. Military notices. Auction sales. Revelations of a Negro Barber From Richmond. Operations Before Charleston. Experiments With Greek Fire. The Situation in Tennessee. The English Press on the Battle of Chickamauga. Affairs About Vicksburg. Why General Pryor Resigned, and more. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $25.00
    The Evening Post, New York, April 25, 1860
    Filled with news from the 1860 Presidential Election Convention in Charleston, S.C. 4 huge pages filled with news from the Charleston Convention. Also discusses the 36th U.S. Congress, the policy of the Republican Party, N.Y. Governor Morgan, the Slave Ship Wanderer, and much more. Written in red ink at the top of the newspaper is: Senator Stephen A. Douglas nominated for President, to run against Abraham Lincoln. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $35.00
    Harper's Weekly, February 13, 1864
    Front page illustration of Union sailors raising the United States flag. Other illustrations: Confederates evacuating Brownsville, Texas. The Lindell Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri. Guard boat on picket duty off Mobile. The U.S. Steamer Kennebec chasing the Rebel Steamer Grey Jacket. The U.S. Sloop of War, Richmond, on blockade duty off Mobile. Convalescent camp, Alexandria, Va. Headquarters of the U.S. Sanitary Commission at Gettysburg, Pa. Cook House at General Hospital, Gettysburg. Convalescent Camp at Alexandria, Va. Portrait of General Montgomery C. Meigs. Portraits of Lrataba, Chief of the Mojaves, and Antonio Azul, Chief of the Pimos. Portrait of William Makepeace Thackery, and more. Light age toning and wear. There are five tiny holes at the left edge of the newspaper from when it was bound. Very fine.
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    The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 27, 1861
    8 pages. Large front page map, View of Pensacola Harbor and Defences. The War Against Rebellion. Important From Pensacola. Fight at Pensacola. Fort Pickens Opens Fire Upon the Rebels. Destruction of Warrington by Hot Shot. The Pensacola Navy Yard Set on Fire. Our Victory Thought to be Complete. The Steamers Niagara and Colorado Engaged With Fort McRae. The Rebels Report the Niagra and Colorado Badly Damaged. Capture of the Pirate Beauregard. From General Banks Command. Rumored Advance of the Rebel Breckenridge. News From the Upper Potomac. A Regiment of Free Negroes. Communication With the Lower Potomac. Review of the Regular Troops. Late From Beaufort, S.C. The Latest From Washington. Pensacola Harbor and Defences. Fort Pickens. Important From the South. The Recent Gun Boat Exploit in Warwick River. General Mansdield Takes Command at Newport News. General Phelps Detached for Service on General Butler's Expedition. Union Movement in Tennessee. Rebels Getting Frightened. Proposed Evacuation of Norfolk. Reconnoisance up the James River, and much more. Small paper chip, and a few tiny holes at the bound edge, and cropped close at the top edge, none of which causes the loss of any content. Very fine. Desirable, early war, Florida campaign issue.
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    The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 29, 1861
    8 pages. Woodcut engraving on the front page of General Benjamin F. Kelley, The Hero of Phillippi and Romney. THE GREAT REBELLION. Another Review of Infantry. A New Depot For Prisoners. The Cause of Col. Wilson's Resignation. Rebel Horse Stealers. Bursting of a Rifled Parrot Gun. The Western Victories Confirmed. Arrival of Rebel Prisoners. Condition of the Wounded at Edwards' Ferry. Latest from Cairo and Kentucky. Rebels Routed and Killed. Horses and Camp Equippage Captured. Gen. Fremont at Bolivar. The Coming Battle. Major Zagoni's Brilliant Charges at Springfield, Mo. A Secessionist Ridden on a Rail. Disaffection Among the Rebels. Price Ordered to Avoid a Battle with General Fremont. The Official Report of the Battle at Harper's Ferry. A Night March to Edwards' Ferry by Col. Geary's Regiment. Affairs at New Grenada. The Prize Captures in the Gulf. Reports of the Battle of Ball's Bluff. Gen. McClellan and Ball's Bluff Battle, The Southern Commercial Convention and much more news. Excellent.
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    The New York Times, September 14, 1863
    8 pages. IMPORTANT FROM CHARLESTON. An Attempt to Occupy Fort Sumter. Our Forces Driven Back. The Explosion of a Magazine in Fort Moultrie. Half the Town of Moultrieville Fired and Destroyed. Dispatch From General Gillmore. Thirty six Guns Found on Morris Island. Batteries Building from which to Shell the City and the Sullivan's Island Batteries. Rebel Reports of Operations. Another Address of Beauregard. OUR VICTORY IN EAST TENNESSEE. The March of Gen. Burnside's Army. The Rebel Cavalry Driven Back. Entrance into Knoxville. Rejoicing of the People. Capture of Valuable Material. The Advance upon Cumberland Gap. Surrender of the Rebel Gen. Frazer's Command. Other Interesting Details. THE MAIN REBEL ARMY. The Reports of its Retreat to Richmond. The Three Corps of Longstreet, Ewell and Hill all in Motion Backward. Reinforcements for Bragg and Beauregard. A Strictly Defensive Policy to be Pursued in Order to Prolong the War. Speculations on the Situation. The Army of the Potomac. Advance of Cavalry and Infantry. The Second Corps in Possession of Culpeper. The French Cabinet and Recognition of the South. The Capture of Fort Smith. The Draft., and more. Some small chips out of the left edge where the paper was once bound, otherwise excellent.
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    The New York Times, May 22, 1863
    8 pages. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. Capture of Jackson, Mississippi. An Official Report from Gen. Grant. The Rebels Under the Command of Gen. Joe Johnston Retreat Northward. The War on the Mississippi. THE REBEL SIOUX. The Indian War in the Northwest. Great Military Expedition Against the Sioux. Signs of Trouble With the Chippewas. Removal of the Winnebagos. War Opened Between Them and the Sioux. Their Scalp Dance. Better Days For Minnesota. Affairs in Tennessee. Departure of Gen. Schofield for St. Louis. Rebel Sympathizers Sent South. The Blockading Service. Fighting Near Norfolk. Skirmishing With the Rebels on the Blackwater. Surprise of a Detachment of the First New York Mounted Rifles. List of Casualties. The Draft. The Enrollment to Commence Immediately. Department of North Carolina. A Brilliant Cavalry Dash. Capture of Prisoners. The Rebels Building Ironclad Gunboats. The Enlistment of Colored Troops. From the Rebel States. Speculation Regarding Affairs in Mississippi. Vallandigham's Arrest. The Rebels Despondent About Vicksburg. Much more news. Very fine.
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    Forney's War Press, Philadelphia, October 1, 1864
    8 pages. Beautiful large illustrated mast head with eagle, warship, cannon, and soldier's in battle. Large woodcut engraving on the front page titled Grant's Campaign, Building a Corduroy Road in the Woods Near the Weldon Railroad. Stories include: Interesting Correspondence Between President Lincoln and General U.S. Grant. The Southern Military Prisons. Confirmatory Account of the Martydom of Our Soldiers in the South. Libby Prison. Belle Island. Physical Condition of the Rebels. The Prisons in the North. The Battle of Winchester. Sheridan's Great Victory. Terrific Charges by Our Cavalry and Infantry. Immense Loss of the Rebels. The City of Atlanta. Order of Major General W.T. Sherman. Appeal on Behalf of the Citizens of Atlanta. The War in Georgia. General Sherman's Reply to General Hood. Rumored Peace Propositions by the Rebels. The Victory in the Shenandoah Valley. The Army Before Petersburg. Our Recent Victories. The Rebels Cheering for McClellan. The Soldiers Vote. To the Friends of Lincoln and Johnson in Pennsylvania. Good Reasons for Voting. The Peace Platform and its Candidates. McClellan's Party, the Enemy of Our Soldiers. The Resignation of Postmaster General Montgomery Blair. Speech of the Honorable Salmon P. Chase. The Lake Erie Pirates; Arrests Made by the Canadian Authorities. Speech of the Honorable Benjamin F. Wade. Withdrawal of General Fremont, and much more. Light staining and some very minor edge chips. A few small fold splits have been repaired with archival document tape. Excellent content. Very scarce newspaper.
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    Boston Evening Transcript, August 25, 1863
    Boston, Tuesday Evening, August 25, 1863. Henry W. Dutton & Son, Proprietors, Transcript Building, 90 & 92 Washington Street. 4 pages. GLORIOUS NEWS. Fort Sumter Captured. Surrender of Charleston Demanded. General Beauregard Refuses. Bombardment of the City Begun. Our Success Confirmed. The Fort a Heap of Ruins. The South Wall Nearly Demolished. Non Combatants Ordered to Leave the City. The City Bombarded. The Siege of Charleston. Dispatch of Admiral Dahlgren. The Kansas Massacre. The Late Outrage in Kansas. Quantrell's Raid on Lawrence, Kansas. The Guerrilla Closely Pursued. Condition of the Army of the Potomac. Capture of Rebels. The Advance of Gen. Rosecrans. Attack on Chattanooga. Bragg Superseded by Joe Johnston, and more. There are a couple of archival tape repairs on fold splits. Very small area of fold breakage. F-VF. Great content.
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    Christian Advocate And Journal, New York, August 1, 1828
    4 pages. New York, Friday, August 1, 1828. Published by J. Emory and B. Waugh, For The Methodist Episcopal Church. N. Bangs and B. Badger, Editors. Choctaws and Creeks in Mississippi, notes on conversions, some moving west of the Mississippi to avoid discipline of the new society, mentions colored among the Indians, efforts of the military commander to help the missionaries, Anniversary of the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, Speech of the Rev. Joseph Fletcher, and much more. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
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    Forney's War Press, Philadelphia, October 31, 1863
    8 pages. Beautiful large illustrated mast head with eagle, warship, cannon, and soldier's in battle. Large woodcut engraving on the front page titled Rebel Deserters in the Mountains of North Carolina. Stories include: The Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. Henry Ward Beecher at Manchester. The Slave Power and England. The Contrabands. Emancipation. Colored Schools in New Orleans. Recruiting of Negroes in Maryland. The Freedmen in Virginia. The Raid on Pennsylvania. Governor Andrew G. Curtin and the Late [Gettysburg] Campaign. A Worthy Tribute to Governor Curtin. Rebel Theory of Lee's Forward Movement. The Plans of General Lee. The War in Virginia. The Rappahannock Crossed by a Rebel Force. Brisk Cavalry Skirmish with the Enemy. Army of the Potomac Recent Campaign Reviewed. The Spanish Democrats and President Lincoln. Letter of President Lincoln to the Missouri Delegation. Instructions to General Schofield. Policy of the Democratic Leaders. The Union Meeting in New York. The N.Y.C. Riots. Proclamation of Governor Seymour. The Ohio Election. Mr. Vallandigham on his Defeat. Mr. Sumner's Speech. John Minor Botts and the Rebel Secretary of State. Remarkable Speech of Hershel V. Johnson. The Escape of Rebel Prisoners at Camp Douglas. Condition of the Union Prisoners in Richmond. Chattanooga. General Rosecrans at Cincinnati. General Rosecrans Successor. The War in the Southwest; Operations near Corinth. The Kentucky Raid. The Fight at Blue Springs, Tenn. Official Dispatch of General Burnside, and much more war news. Light age toning and wear. A few small fold splits have been repaired with archival document tape. Very scarce newspaper full of interesting war news.
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    Harper's Weekly, November 26, 1864
    Front page illustration of the captured Rebel Privateer, the Florida. Portraits of Captain Napoleon Collins and Captain C.M. Morris. Other illustrations: Before Petersburg; Fortifications on the Weldon Railroad. A view of the Weldon Railroad. Reinforcements going to the front. Mounted infantry punishment. The case of a blockade runner. Full page map of the field of operations of Generals' Grant and Sherman, and Admiral Farragut. Portraits of Major General Gershom Mott, W.W. Wood, Chief Engineer, U.S. Navy. The home of President Lincoln, in Springfield, Illinois. View of the railroad terminal at Atlanta, Ga. Paris fashions for November 1864. Long Abraham Lincoln, and more. Light age toning. There are 5 very tiny holes at the left edge where this newspaper was once in a bound volume. Very fine.
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    Providence Daily Journal, May 20, 1863
    4 pages. Rumored Evacuation of Vicksburg. Dispatches From Gen. Grant Gen. Ullman's brigade is more than filled and the new country just opened by Gen. Banks's campaign will furnish two or three divisions of negroes in response to Banks' call for a Corps d'Afrique. There is no doubt that the rebels are engaged in raising negro regiments, as it is only from such material that they can now in extensive southern districts recruit their ranks. The regiments are not backward in adopting a uniform which is their death warrant if taken by the rebels. Capt. Homer C. Blake, who commanded the Hatteras till sunk by the pirate Alabama, was yesterday presented with a magnificent sword as a testimonial to his bravery. a severe infantry fight took place near Suffolk on the morning of the 15th. A heavy rebel force of infantry is reported as having driven in our pickets at Beaver Dam Church. A section of the 7th Massachusetts Battery, the 6th Massachusetts Regiment, and three companies of the 112th New York were sent out to oppose the rebels, with the remainder of the 112th New York, the 170th New York, and the 10th New Jersey, as a second line of battle. After a short skirmish the rebels retired before two companies of the 6th Massachusetts and 10th New Jersey, but again opened soon after. A third assault by our troops was made to draw the rebels forward, but they retreated and our forces now occupy a strong position in and around Carrsville. More war news and other interesting content, advertisements, etc. Lengthy account on Grierson's Raid, and also on the situation at Vicksburg. Very fine 1863 newspaper.
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    The Daily Journal, Wilmington, N.c., October 11, 1860
    4 pages. Advertisement on the front page for S.M. West, Auctioneer and Commission merchants, in which they advertise the goods they sell, among those listed are negroes at 1 per cent commission. There is also an illustrated front page ad for Cherokee Remedy- An Unfailing Cure for Gonorrhea and all Diseases of the Urinary Organs. Political Notice for the National Democratic Nominations of the Honorable John C. Breckenridge, of Kentucky, for President, and General Joseph Lane, of Oregon, For Vice President. Includes List of Electors for President from all the indications it would appear that Pennsylvania has gone for Curtin, the Black Republican candidate for Governor. The effect of this can hardly be over estimated. We hardly think that the majority of the voters of Pennsylvania care much about the negro. We rather think they don't. They don't care to interfere with us just now in that way. Perhaps they would be willing to let us alone, on condition of our paying them Black Mail. The protection which the tariff now gives to iron is some 24 per cent. It is, near as may be, a bonus of 24 per cent, given to the Pennsylvania iron maker. We have railroads to build, ploughs to make, horses to shoe- a thousand useful and necessary things to do with iron; then why should we be made to pay tribute to our railroads- our agriculture- our machinery, simply that Pennsylvania Iron Masters may get rich at our expense?They buy our cotton, our rice, our turpentine, at its original market price, unprotected and unenhanced by any tariff.....If the demand for tribute on one hand, and submission to its payments on the other, be the condition of Union, what, may we ask, is that Union worth? Is it a Union of equals? Or is it a Union of masters and slaves? Surely our fellow citizens of Pennsylvania must be very confident of their own strength- very certain of our weakness and imbecility when they deliberately and undisguisedly make this issue. In good highway phrase it is, Your money or your life. They think like the shoe and bootmakers of Massachusetts that the North cannot make boots enough to kick us out of the Union; for we have heard this very thing said by men who made and make goods for the Southern market. The article closes with some other strong comments.... we would teach them the South, and particularly the State of North Carolina, is not quite at their mercy. We trust that the coming session of our Legislature will at least use all its constitutional powers in this direction, if in none other. However for North Carolina goes, we go with her. (More content. One can certainly see how the tensions were rising between North and South as is evidenced in this article, and in 6 months, the country would be embroiled in civil war! Horrible Murders in Calhoun County, Florida. The County in a state of Insurrection. The Law Violated and Officers set at Defiance. Black Republicanism: Among the inscriptions upon the banners which were carried in the procession at the great Black Republican Meeting in Pittsburg were: The South, the Austria of the United States. The Irrepressible Conflict. We Honor the Memory of John Brown. Like the vengeance breathing speeches of Seward, Sumner, Lovejoy and Carl Schurz, who denounced the dead Fathers of American independence- as hypocrites and humbuggers and, like the bitter Southern hating articles of the entire Republican press, they are the idle expressions of small politicians and small newspapers. Advertisement for The 3d Session of The North Carolina Military Institute. Applications and admissions should be sent to Major D.H. Hill. Hill would later go on to fame as a Confederate General. Negro Woman For Sale. A Likely Negro Woman- 23 years of age, a good Cook, Washer and Ironer- sound and healthy. Sold for no fault. Gwyer, Peacock Yards of North Carolina Kerseys, with a large stock of Negro Cloth. Negro Blankets, Linseys, Homespuns, and Sheetings. 100 dozen Negro Wool Shirts- very cheap. There is a lengthy section of the paper dedicated to the Laws of the United States that were passed at the first session of the 36th Congress. Other advertisements for the sale of cotton, and cotton gins, numerous medical related ads, groceries and all kinds of assorted goods, shipping, railroads, business and professional, auctions, land, and much more. Left edge of the newspaper shows typical chipping from once being in a bound volume. Overall in very fine condition. Excellent content North Carolina newspaper published shortly before the start of The War Between The States.
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    Newspaper, 1911, Sunday Herald, Queen Mary
    Newspaper, June 30, 1911. It is The Sunday Herald Pictorial Section and is 4 large pages at 22 3/4 inches high and 18 1/2 inches wide. It has many wonderful activity pictures including Striking views of the Coronation of King George and Queen Mary, a page of Brady's Photographs of the Civil War from the U.S. Official Collection, a page of Summer wraps designed for Fashionable French Watering places and more articles. The front has more age coloring to the pages than the rest and it has been folded. It is such a rare find and wonderful to see. It is as found,
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    The Evening Post, New York, December 24, 1862
    4 pages. THE FREDERICKSBURG DIASTER. Report of the Committee on the Conduct of the War. Testimony of Generals Burnside, Sumner, Franklin and Hooker. The History of the Affair. General Burnside's Plan. General Hooker's Proposal. The Pontoons. Difficulties of Bridge Building. Crossing the River. The Enemy's Works. General Franklin's Evidence. The Case of General Burnside. The Fredericksburg Investigation. Address of President Lincoln to the Army of the Potomac After it's Defeat at Fredericksburg. The Christmas Festivities. Christmas Trees. Books For Christmas. Christmas Services. Christmas ad for Ornaments, etc. Help for General Foster. The Complaint Against General Butler. From Western Kentucky. Preparations for the Rebels at Columbus. The Rebels Threatening Eastern Kentucky. Floyd and Marshall Advancing From Western Virginia. The Bankrupt Bill in Congress. Mr. Chase's Financial Project. His Plan Laid Before the Ways and Means Committee. More news. Light age toning and wear. Excellent content in this Christmas Eve edition of the New York Evening Post, published by William Cullen Bryant, regarding the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. including Lincoln's Address to the Troops.
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    Evening Bulletin, San Francisco, January 5, 1863
    4 pages. Something More of the [C.S.S.] Alabama. Account of Her Latest Depredations. Her Captain Boasts of Having Destroyed 23 Vessels. Captain Semmes and his First Lieutenant Maffit. Capture of the Levi Starbuck. The Capture of the T.B. Wales. Affairs on the Alabama. The Fleet After the Alabama. Who is Semmes? His Right Hand Man Maffit. Affairs at Savannah. Iron Clad Rebel Steamer Fingal. Trouble With the Slaves. Important Emancipation Meeting of Clergymen in New York. Affairs in Mexico. The French Troops in a Bad Way. France Purchasing Material of War in the United States to be Used in Mexico. F.W. Lincoln Elected Mayor of Boston. THE WAR IN THE WEST. Great Battle of Stone River, near Murfreesboro, Tenn. Gen. Rosekrans with 45,000 Men, and 100 Pieces of Artillery Leaves Nashville, and Encounters the Enemy, on 31st December. The Fighting Lasts for Three Days. Terrible Character of the Contest. Bravery of Our Soldiers. The Murderous Fire of Musketry and Artillery. At the Close of the Third Day the Left Wing of the Union Army had Crossed Stone River. The Battle Expected to be Renewed Next Day. Hitherto a Federal Success. Ultimate Victory Anticipated. Losses of Our Army 4,000 Killed and Wounded. Doings of Guerrilla Morgan in Kentucky. Progress of Gen. Sherman's Mississippi Expedition. It Ascends the Yazoo River. Cannonading by the Rebels at Drumgold Bluff. The Evacuation of the Federals of Island No. 10. The Guns Spiked and the Ammunition Destroyed. Gen. Grant in Northern Mississippi. He Still Holds Abberville and His Southern Outpost. Report That the Rebels Have 10,000 Men at Vicksburg- Their Formidable Defesnsive Works. The Rebel Loss at the Battle of Prairie Grove, Ark. Said to be 4,000. Reported Foundering of the Monitor South of Cape Hatteras. Much more war news. Light age toning and wear. Uncommon war date California newspaper with excellent content about the Confederate Raider, C.S.S. Alabama, and the battle of Stones River, Tennessee.
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    The Daily Journal, Wilmington, N.c., October 9, 1860
    4 pages. Advertisement on the front page for an auctioneer and commission merchant that advertises the goods they will sell among which is listed negroes at 1 per cent commission. Other ads for naval stores purchased, manufactured and sold; for the sale of cotton; and cotton gins; interesting ad to cotton planters for the admirable patent invention of cotton ties; sale of gun powder; sale of Yankee notions and perfume; numerous medical related ads, groceries and all kinds of assorted goods; the Wilmington Iron and Copper Works advertises that they are practical builders of portable and stationary steam engines; the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Established as a Refuge From Quackery; ads for wine, ale and champagne; and much more. Some of the news includes: Democratic Meeting- Breckenridge a good Cook, Washer and Ironer- sound and healthy. Sold for no fault. For sale by Gwyer, Peacock & Co. Wanted Ad: A GOOD FEMALE SERVANT, who can do plain Cooking. Ad for George Kidd's Cotton Gin. Much more. Left edge of the newspaper shows typical chipping from once being in a bound volume. Overall in very fine condition. Nice North Carolina newspaper from shortly before the commencement of the War Between The States.
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    Richmond Whig And Public Advertiser, November 18, 1862
    Richmond, Va. 4 pages. The Virginia State Seal and motto, Sic Semper Tyrannis plus the motto The Constitution-States Rights is illustrated at the top of page 2. News includes: The Cabinet. McClellan's Decapitation. McClellan, The Little Napoleon. McClellan's Farewell Address to The Army. General Burnside's Address. The Effects of the News. McClellan and the Presidency. General McClellan Superceded. Cause and Affect of His Removal. Lincoln's Dilemma. Every Man to His Post. A Want in the Army. The Late General Villepigue. Cotton. News From Northern Virginia. Movements Below Petersburg. Brigadier General Echols. News From the North. General Kirby Smith Not Sick. The Recent Executions in Northern Texas. Our Currency. The Troops of North Carolina. The Kentucky Campaign, and much more. Small edge tears and edge wear, some fold splits and wear. Light overall age toning and wear. Archival tape repair.
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    The New York Times, May 27, 1863
    8 pages. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. No Late News Received by the Government. Another Line of Defences Discovered in the Rear of the City. They Are to be Taken by Storm. An Intercepted Dispatch from Jeff Davis. Aid Promised to the Vicksburgh Garrison. Gen. Grant Confident of Success. Reported Capture of Yazoo City. Destruction of the Warrenton Battery. Dispatch From Admiral Porter. Rebel Reports From Vicksburgh. Threatened Invasion of the North. The War to be Transferred to the Loyal States. FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Important Orders Issued by Gen. Hooker. THE LOYAL NATIONAL LEAGUE. Convention of Delegates at Utica. Every County in the State, Excepting Two, Represented. Gen. John Cochrane President. Resolutions Pledging Support to the Government. Thanks to Our Soldiers. Animated Debate on the Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus. Gen. Burnside's Department. The Rebels Cross the Cumberland and are Driven Back. The Case of Mr. Vallandigham. Particulars of his Reception by the Rebels. The War in the Far West. The Yeager Raid. Murder, Robbery and Rapine by the Rebel Guerrillas. The First Kansas Colored Regiment. Much more. Light age toning and wear. Some edge chipping. Fine.
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    The New York Times, September 12, 1863
    8 pages. INTERESTING FROM REBELDOM. Details of the Operations at Charleston. A Narrow Escape For Fort Sumter. Some Advice to Peace Democrats. How they can Best Aid their Allies in the South. Meeting of the Virginia Legislature. Message of Governor Lechter. Negro Soldiers. GEN. GILLMORE'S SUCCESSES. Details of Operations to Noon of Monday Last. The Alleged Repulse of Our Forces from Fort Gregg. Two Day's Bombardment of the Rebel Batteries. They Succumb to the Hot, Rapid and Devastating Fire. Morris Island in Full Possession of Our Forces. Nineteen Pieces of Artillery Captured. From Europe. The French Cabinet Debating the Expediency of Recognizing the South. The Seizure of the Florida Recommended by French Journals. A Decline in Cotton. ROSECRANS AND BURNSIDE. The Official Reports of Their Recent Successes. Our Movement on Bragg's Flank and Rear Progressing. The Capture of Cumberland Gap. Flag Presentation to the 1st Massachusetts Volunteers. The War in Arkansas. The Rebels Evacuating Little Rock. Much more news. The left edge of the paper has some edge chipping from previously being in a bound volume. This does not affect the content. Crisp and clean paper.
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    The New York Times, May 2, 1863
    FROM GEN. HOOKER'S ARMY. Rumors of a Battle and a Victory. Interesting Details of Movements Since Monday Morning. The Rappahannock Crossed Both Above and Below Fredericksburgh. No Serious Opposition by the Rebels. Skirmishing and Capture of Rebel Pickets. The Casualties Among Our Forces. From the South. Passage of the Batteries at Vicksburgh. Department of the Gulf. Gen. Banks' Semi Official Report of his Operations in the Teche Country. The Rebel Army and Navy Destroyed. NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. Immense Sales of Government Five-Twenties. Over Forty Five Million Disposed of. Important From the Mississippi. Gen. Grant's Army in Motion with Six Days Rations. Tents and Baggage Left Behind. The War in Tennessee. Manoeuvering of the Rebel Forces Under Johnston. Important From North Carolina. Skirmishing Near Newbern and Little Washington. Defeat of the Rebels and Capture of Prisoners. European Intelligence. Correspondence Between Secretary Seward and Earl Russell on Neutral Vessels and Mails. The Battle of Cape Girardeau. How the Rebels Were Repulsed. Gallantry of the Federal Officers and Men. The Invasion of Missouri. General Marmaduke's Address to his Men. More content. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
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    The New York Times, March 14, 1865
    8 pages. SHERIDAN'S CIRCUIT. Occupation of Columbia in the Rear of Richmond. Richmond in Danger. Sweeping Destruction of Lee's Communications. The Isolation of Lynchburgh. The Railroad East of that City Torn Up and the Bridges Burned. The Kanawha Canal Demolished. Immense Destruction of Canal Boats and Supplies. Capture of Fourteen Pieces of Artillery. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Bad Weather and Worse Roads. Execution of Deserters. Review in the Second Corps. Visit of Lieut. Gen. Grant. NORTH CAROLINA. Official Dispatch From Schofield. Good News from the Old North State. Bragg Defeated in Two Engagements with Heavy Loss. The Rebels Retire to Kinston. Probability of a Severe Fight for the Possession of that Place. Bragg's Reported Victory on the 8th a Mere Skirmish. A Second Battle. Defeat of Bragg. Suspension of the Draft. From the Gulf Department. Expedition From Baton Rouge. Clinton, La. Occupied. Large Bodies of Troops Moving Towards Mobile. REBEL REPORTS. Whistling to Keep Their Courage Up. Very Guarded Accounts of a Fight Between Hampton and Kilpatrick. Its Locality Prudently Concealed. Kilpatrick Reported to have been Defeated. Gen. Lee Thinks the Situation Hopeful. Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, and Schofield Just Where He Wants Them. Much more news. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.
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    Richmond Whig And Public Advertiser, February 13, 1863
    Richmond, Va. 4 pages. The Virginia State Seal and motto, Sic Semper Tyrannis plus the motto The Constitution-States Rights is illustrated at the top of page 2. News includes: the Confederate Congress; the Senate, the House of Representatives. The General Assembly of Virginia. News From Port Hudson, La. The Battle of the Teche. Raising the Blockade. The Campaign From Texas to Maryland, by N.A. Davis, 4th Texas Regt. The Polish Brigade. Northern News. The Yankee Senate. Yankee Resolutions of Slave Labor in Louisiana. Mr. Garrett Davis of Kentucky. Aged Colored Women. Louis Napoleon. The French Minister's Visit to Richmond, and more. Also includes slave auctions and sales, military orders and advertisements, $200 reward ad for deserter of 47th Virginia Regt., financial news, commercial advertisements, auctions and much more. Light age toning, a few scattered soiling spots, and light overall wear.
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    The New York Times, April 24, 1863
    8 pages. IMPORTANT FROM THE MISSISSIPPI. How the Vicksburgh Batteries were Passed by Admiral Porter's Vessels. Full Details From Our Special Correspondent. Eight Gunboats and Two Transports Below Ready For Service. Destruction of the Rebel Battery at Warrenton. General Steele's Expedition Down Deer Creek. Pursuit and Rout of Ferguson's Guerrillas. Immense Spoils Secured. A Thousand Mules, Horses and Beef Cattle; a Thousand Negroes, Seventy Thousand Pounds of Sugar, and Four Thousand Pounds of Bacon. IMPORTANT REBEL NEWS. Destruction of the Rebel Steamers Queen of the West and Diana. Success of General Banks' Expedition in Southwest Louisiana. His Forces Marching On Beyond Franklin. Reports From Vicksburgh. Admiral Porter's Operations. Rebel News Via Murfreesboro. The Tennessee River Cleared of Rebel Cavalry by the Marine Brigade. The War in Missouri. Movements Against the Rebels in the Vicinity of Pilot Knob. Rumored Capture of Cape Girardeau by the Rebels. The War in Tennessee. An Important Expedition to McMinnsville. News From The Army of the Potomac. Affairs at Suffolk. The Capture of the Five Gun Battery. Heavy Firing. Suffering Among the Inhabitants of Suffolk, and much more. Crisp issue with some light wear and an ink smudge at the corner of one page. Very fine.
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    The New York Times, September 19, 1863
    8 pages. FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. The Whole Force in Motion on Thursday. The Rebels Cross the Rapidan and are Driven Back. The New Lines of our Army. The Fine Military Condition of Our Troops. The Rebel Strength on the Rapidan. Brisk Skirmishing in Progress. Casualties and Captures. INTERESTING FROM THE SOUTH. Details of the Fight at Limestone Station, Tennessee. Rebel Accounts of Operations Against Charleston. Capture of a Reconnoitering Party. The Boat Attack on Fort Sumter. Army Matters. Reported Death of General Sam Houston. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. Gen. Rosecrans' Army. A Battle Imminent. The Enemy Concentrated at Lafayette. Reinforcements Constantly Arriving. Longstreet's Corps at Resaca, Georgia. The Opposing Forces Very Near Each Other. Incessant Skirmishing Along the Lines. Neither Army Anxious to Attack. A Brisk Fight at Bird's Gap on Sunday. [These headlines refer to preliminary action in the great battle of Chickamauga]. THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. Battery Gregg Repaired and Sending her Compliments to Moultrie. News From North Carolina. The War in Arkansas. News From the Southwest. News From Washington, and more. Crisp 1863 newspaper with some small edge chips at the left edge where it was once bound. Very nice war news content.
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    Public Ledger, Philadelphia, August 28, 1865
    4 pages. The Trial of Captain Wirz. Death of Gen. Crocker. Robert Ould Visits the President. The Ketchum Defalcation. Edward B. Ketchum Caught. The Work of the Shenandoah. Alleged Poisoning in Pittsburg. Extraordinary Developments. A Woman Poisons Several Neighbors. The Loss of the Brother Jonathan. A Paymaster's Operations in Bonds. There is a very interesting front page notice that reads: Baseball at the Capital. The National Base Ball Club of Washington intend playing a match game with the famous Athletics of Philadelphia, on Monday next, in Washington. News from Washington, New York, New Orleans, and Fortress Monroe, market news, money news, local news, advertisements, etc. Light edge wear, and a few scattered tears.
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    The New York Herald, August 27, 1865
    8 pages. The Frauds. Young Ketchum Arrested. He Has Not Been Out of the City Since the Forgeries were Exposed. Fifty Thousand Dollars Recovered. Confinement of the Prisoner at Police Headquarters. A Charge of Forgery Preferred Against Him. Embezzlements in the Army. The Ketchum of the United States Pay Department. Arrests of Army Officers in New York Charged with Numerous and Heavy Forgeries on the Paymasters. Paymaster Binney's Operations Involve Several Millions of Dollars. Fourteen Other Paymasters Said to be Involved With Him. The Gladwin Forgery. Nine Hundred Negroes Resolve to Return to Their Masters. THE SHENANDOAH. Terrible Work Among the Whalers. Eight More Vessels Destroyed by the Pirate. The War Steamer Saranac to Cruise for the Shenandoah. The Lost Cable. Bull Run Russell's Diary. WASHINGTON. Paroled Prisoners to be Permitted to Exile Themselves. Wade Hampton Reconsiders His Determination to Die in the Last Ditch and Asks to be Pardoned. R.M.T. Hunter Asks Permission to Leave the Country Forever. Probability of the Release of A.H. Stephens. Death of Brigadier General Crocker. THE WIRZ TRIAL. Further Testimony Corroborating the Tales of the Terrible Suffering of the Union Prisoners. Dead Bodies Left For Days in the Stockade. Two Hundred Deaths Per Day. MEXICO. Arrival of the Vera Cruz. The Town of Zongolica Proclaims Against the Empire. Reported Fight at Puebla. Maximilian's Envoy to Washington. Arrival of French Troops. Some light edge wear and a couple of small edge tears. Otherwise a very crisp and clean edition.
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    Newspaper,n.y. Post Sp. Metro Ed. After 9/11
    Great New York Post Special Metro Edition after 9/11 dated Thursday Sept. 13, 2001. It has 94 pages of newpaper and most are dedicated to the carnage, bravery and lots of pictures after 9/11. It is in great condition with a tear on the top.
  • Price: $18.00
    Newark Sunday News Paper, Part Ii Man On Moon
    Newspaper, The Newark Sunday News Part II,Man On The Moon dated July 20, 1969. It has 23, wonderful, age colored pages with so much information, great pictures and a time schedule. Great condition.
  • Price: $18.00
    New York Times Spec. Suppl, Apollo Ii, 1969
    The New York Times Special Supplement dated Thursday, July 17, 1969 of Apollo II, Man And The Moon. It is in great condition with 48 pages of information and wonderful pictures. It does have some age color to the paper which is to be expected. A nice find.
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    N.y.times,sp.ed. Newspaper,men On The Moon,
    Newspaper, New York Times Special Sunday Edition from 1969 with the First Men On The Moon with wonderful pictures of Apollo 10 and the crew on 16 wonderful pages. It is in great condition with some age coloring to the paper.
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    The Reagan Times Special Edition Paper
    Wonderful newspaper, The Reagan Times dedicated to the 40th. President of the U.S>A> from ACRT Publishing Co., Inc. in 1981. It is in nice condition with the pages being a little age colored and the top and bottom with tiny tears. It is a great 40 page Special Edition paper with so many wonderful pictures.
  • Price: $50.00
    The National Era, June 7, 1855
    Slavery Related Content Washington, D.C., Thursday, June 7, 1855. G. Bailey Editor and Proprietor, John G. Whittier, Corresponding Editor. 4 large pages. The Legal Tenure of Slavery. Sudden Death of a Slaveholder. Twenty nine Slaves Emancipated. Reorganization of the Anti Slavery Movement. Chivalry of the Old Dominion. Know Nothingism and Nebraskaism. The National Know Nothing Convention. Latest From Kansas. How Elections are Discussed in Kansas. Division of California Into Three States. Political Movements in Ohio. The Virginia Election. The Lynching of Mr. Phillips. The Churchas to be Regulated. Senator Wilson's Native Americanism. Gov. Reeder Sustained in Pennsylvania. The U.S. and Spain. Political History of Europe. The Capitulation of France in 1814. The Baltimore and New York Markets, and much more. Numerous small edge tears and chips. Some small fold splits, and some separation at the vertical (folio) centerfold when you open up the newspaper. Overall in very good to fine condition. Nice content.
  • Price: $75.00
    The New York Herald, November 11, 1865
    8 pages. Front page headlines: WIRZ. Details of His Execution. The Parting of the Prisoner with Winder. He Charges His Old Companion in Crime to Redeem His Character from the Stain Upon It. Gloomy Scene at the Scaffold. The Prisoner Persists in Declaring His Innocence to the End. Affecting Letter to the President. Details of an Attempt at Suicide on the Part of Wirz. His Wife, in Kissing Him, Introduces Strychnine Into His Mouth. General Baker Chokes Him and Forces Him to Disgorge It. His Body Buried With Those of the Conspirators. WASHINGTON. Important Announcement of the President's Policy. The Proceedings of the North Carolina Convention Submitted to Him. He is Solicited to Declare the State Restored to Her Former Condition in the Union. Appeal for the Repeal of the Congressional Test Oath. Reply of the President. The Acceptation of the Constitutional Amendment Abolishing Slavery Necessary to a Complete Restoration. The Provisional Governors of North and South Carolina Instructed to Exercise the Functions of Their Offices Until Otherwise Ordered. The Available Strength of the Army of the Republic Upwards of 180,000. Satisfactory Progress on the Indian Treaties. News From Fortress Monroe. Rumored Arrival of General Robert E. Lee. Troops Withdrawn From Suffolk. Much more news of the day. Slight paper loss at the right edge and bottom corner which does not affect any content. Otherwise in very fine condition. Excellent content concerning the execution of Andersonville Prison Commandant, Henry Wirz.
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    The New York Times, November 26, 1864
    8 pages. OUR PRISONERS. Their Release From Captivity. Arrival of the First Installment at Fortress Monroe. Thrilling Account of Their Sufferings. Horrible Barbarities of the Rebels. The Terrible Camp at Andersonville. The Rebels Self Convicted. Official Statistics of Mortality. Deaths at the Rate of One Hundred Per Day. SHERMAN'S MARCH. Highly Important News. Rebel Reports of His Progress. Capture of Macon and Milledgeville. Rapid and Resistless Movement. Sherman Half Way to Augusta. Utter Panic of the Rebels. Precipitate Adjournment of the Georgia Legislature. Desperate Howls For Help. A Terrific Shriek From Gen. Beauregard. Destruction and Devastation in Sherman's Path. THE REBEL PLOT. Attempt to Burn New York City. All the Principal Hotels Simultaneously Set on Fire. The Fires Promptly Extinguished. Prompt Arrest of Rebel Emissaries. Much more war news. Light age toning, edge wear, and a couple of small edge tears. Remnants of an old binding at the left edge of the paper. Nice accounts regarding Andersonville Prison and General Sherman's March to the Sea.
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    Valley News Echo, Hagerstown, Maryland
    4 pages, 11 x 15, illustrated. Issued by The Potomac Edison Company, Hagerstown, Md. Vol. 4, No. 9, September 1963. Published monthly as a public service covering the events of the Civil War that occurred in the area served by The Potomac Edison Company. This particular issue covers events of September 1863. Full of very interesting articles. Includes photographs of Francis Thomas, and Federal Troops on Parade, and engravings of General James A. Garfield, Admiral David G. Farragut, The Army of the Potomac on the Rapidan, Picket Duty at Somerville Ford, and Rebel Prison at Richmond. Excellent Civil War Centennial publication.
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    Wwii Newspaper England 1942 Sunday Pictorial Wartime
    This is an original newspaper dated Sept. 6, 1942. The Sunday Pictorial covers a successful campaign in Egypt, American bomber raids over Rouen, France, Bad News For Goering. Also ads for Clark's shoes, Persil soap,Ovaltine and others. Cooking hints, jokes, details of wartime weddings and recruitment appeals for the RAF, WAAF and information about tanks with photos from the war at Dieppe. A fascinating time capsule and bit of social history. The newspaper is in very good condition with no tears, a center crease and general normal yellowing. In an archival sleeve.
  • Price: $50.00
    Tri Weekly Missouri Republican, April 21, 1862
    Map of Fort Pillow, Tenn. St. Louis, Missouri. 4 large pages. Map of Fort Pillow, Tenn. Later From Yorktown. The Siege Progressing With Spirit. Enemy Pressed Back at All Points in Virginia. Later From Pittsburg Landing. Sherman's Division Advances. Federal Transports Fired Upon. Skirmish With Ashby's Cavalry. Jackson's Forces Still Retreating. The Fighting at Fort Wright. Operations of General McDowell. Emancipation Confiscation. Speech of Hon. Mr. Crittenden. Report of the Mortality Among the Soldiers in Military Hospitals and Camps in the Vicinity of St. Louis. List of the Wounded Brought Down to Cairo by the Steamer Black Hawk. What Shall Be Done With The Negroes? List of the Sick and Wounded Soldiers on the Steamer Imperial. Arrival of Wounded Soldiers at Cincinnati. Killed and Wounded in the Battle of Shiloh. Latest From Fort Pickens. Skirmish Near Fort Macon. Rebels Give Up Missouri. Much more war news, casualty lists, etc. Light age toning, and wear. Uncommon.
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    New York Daily Tribune, August 30, 1864
    8 pages. FROM GEN. GRANT'S ARMY. The Battle of Thursday. Our Losses 2,000, Rebels, 5,000. Great Suffering in Richmond. Four Assaults by the Enemy. Their Immense Losses. They Fail to Carry the Railroad. News From the Rebel Capital. The Capture of Fort Morgan. The Fort Surrendered With all it's Men and Guns. FROM SHERIDAN'S ARMY. The Rebels Hastening to Richmond. Sheridan About to Advance. Prospects of a Battle. The Democratic National Convention. McClellan Nominated For President. Gov. Seymour Elected to Preside. Much more. Minor wear and a few tiny age toning spots along the borders. Very fine.
  • Price: $20.00
    Northampton Free Press, July 5, 1864
    Northampton, Mass. 4 pages. Story of a Southern Actor. Life in Castle Thunder. A Humiliating Letter From President James Buchanan. Indian Strategy. Progress of our Armies. The New Secretary of the Treasury. Great Fire at U.S. Arsenal at Springfield. The 4th of July and How it was Observed in Northampton. Announcement of a Meeting to Form a Baseball Club. Much more news including local area news and advertisements. Very fine.
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    New York Daily Tribune, September 29, 1863
    8 pages. FROM THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. No Hostile Movement by the Enemy. Our Army Cannot be Dislodged by Attack. Our Loses in Artillery and Baggage Exaggerated. The Army in Good Spirits and Ready for Action. From Charleston. Gillmore Still Erecting Siege Guns. From the Army of the Potomac. Mosby in the Rear. 200 Deserters Arrived. The Ex-Slaves. Lee Fortiying all the Fords on the Rapidan. List of Sick and Wounded at Culpeper Court House, Va. The Arrangement for Exchanging Prisoners. Speech of Gen. Sickles. Rebel Privateers in French Ports. The Crew of the Florida in England. The Copperhead Variety of Southern Unionists. Honors to General Rosecrans, and much more. Light age toning and wear.
  • Price: $95.00
    The Saint Louis Dispatch, May 5, 1865
    Burial of President Lincoln Death of Booth the Assassin! 4 pages. Burial of President Lincoln at Springfield. The Death of Booth the Assassin. General Wilson's Raid. Additional Particulars. Results of the Expedition. George Francis Train on Sherman. Gerritt Smith on the Post War Policy. The Germans. The New Constitution. Missouri Railroads. The Voters Oath, What it Is, and What it is Not. Oppresive Taxation Under the New Constitution. Drake Speeches. The Christian Commission. Steamboat and River News, and much more. Edge wear.
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    The Daily Cleveland Herald, September 18, 1865
    Cleveland, Ohio. 4 pages. The Ravages of the Shenandoah. Senator Sumner on Questions of the Day. Condition of Andersonville Jailer Wirz. Difficulty Between Planters and Negroes. Excitement in Mexico. The Liberals Rallying. Quartermaster Depots to be Broken Up. The Union Candidate for Governor of Wisconsin. Latest From New Orleans. The Alabama Freedmen. Vicksburg Matters. Indian Affairs, and much more. Front page advertisement vignettes for hoop skirts, corsets and stoves. Light edge wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $35.00
    Sacramento Daily Union, January 14, 1864
    Sacramento, California. 4 pages. Henry S. Foote's Attack in the Confederate House on Jeff Davis. Jeff Davis' Message. The California Legislature. Report by Secretary Memminger on the Rebel Treasury. Loyal Delegation from Arkansas; Slavery a Bygone Institution There. The Rebel Army in Georgia. Suffering in Charleston. Position of Longstreet Between Chattanooga and Bridgeport. Desertions from the Rebel Army. The Loss of the Monitor Weehawken. Waste of War at Knoxville. Life in Libby Prison. Letter from M. Jeff Thompson. Message of Governor Letcher to the Virginia Legislature, and more war news. Also includes interesting mining ads and notices, and much more. Very fine, war date California newspaper.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Herald, May 1, 1863
    8 pages. NEWS FROM HOOKER'S ARMY. Four Army Corps Reported Across the Rappahannock. Skirmishing Below Fredericksburg. The Fourteenth Brooklyn Regiment Engaged. List of the Wounded. None Killed up to the 29th Instant. Rebel Signal Lights Seen on the Rappahannock. Successful Scouting in Virginia. Return of General Stahel's Expedition. Skirmishes With Guerrillas. Capture of Prisoners, Horses, etc. The Indians Again on the War Path. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. The Entire Union Force Ordered to March. Failure of the Transports to Pass the Rebel Batteries. Four Steamers Known to be Sunk. Rebel Rams Expected Down the Yazoo. News From General Dix's Department. IMPORTANT FROM TENNESSEE. Reported Advance of the Rebel Forces. Bragg's Rebel Army and How it is Composed. Its Strength. The Recent Operations Against the Enemy. Reported Important Capture Near Memphis. The Last Rebel Raid, and much more. Light wear.
  • Price: $45.00
    Daily Missouri Republican, July 27, 1864
    St. Louis. 4 pages. THE ARMY IN GEORGIA. Desperate Fighting Before Atlanta. The First Hand To Hand Contest of This Campaign. Our Lines Unbroken by Reported Assaults. Splendid Union Victory. Our Loss Not Over Two Thousand. Rebel Casualties Six Thousand. One Thousand Rebels Killed Outright. Crowning Triumph of the Campaign. Atlanta in Our Possession. Partial List of Casualties. Col. McGroarty Severely Wounded. From Sherman's Army. Investment of Atlanta. Battle of Decatur. BY TELEGRAPH. Afternoon Dispatches. Reported Defeat of Gen. Averill. He Retreats to Harper's Ferry. Rumored Defeat of Gen. Hunter. Averill and Kelly Reported Killed. Artillery Captured by Rebels. Later Intelligence From Texas. Operations Against Brownsville. Surrender of the Place Demanded. Our Forces Ample for its Defense. Latest Guerrilla Reports. A Band in Monroe County. Whereabouts of Thornton's Gang. Guerrilla's Killed. Anti Slavery Events. List of Prisoners Captured Near Dallas, Georgia. Rumors of Early's Movements. Kentucky Guerrilla's Whipped, and more. Light wear with a couple of small fold breaks.
  • Price: $75.00
    The New York Herald, June 22, 1865
    Trial of the President Lincoln Conspirators! 8 pages. RECONSTRUCTION. Proclamation by the President. Appointment of Provisional Governor of Alabama. Lewis E. Parsons Named for the Office. The Regulations the Same as Provided for the States of North Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia and Texas. News From New Orleans. Arrival of General Weitzel. Movements of Gen. Custer. A March Into Texas. General Granger in Supreme Command. The Ohio Union State Convention. Nomination of General J.D. Cox as Governor. HAVANA. Details of the Escape of the Rebels Breckenridge, Colonel Wilson and Taylor Wood to Cuba. General Cortina Denounced by the Republicans. The Rebel Prisoners. A.H. Stephens and the Rebel Postmaster General at Fort Warren. Mr. Seward and His Diplomacy with England and France. What is Treason? Jeff Davis. Death of Mrs. William H. Seward. THE TRIAL. Continuation of Arguments of Counsel for the Prisoners. Payne's Guilt Not Denied, but Palliated on the Ground of Southern Education. He is Pronounced a Pro Slavery Fanatic and Hero. Partial Confession of Atzerodt. He Was Willing to Capture President Lincoln but Not Kill Him. His Assignment by Booth to be Vice President Johnson's Murderer. Additional Defence of Mrs. Surratt. VIRGINIA. News From Richmond and Norfolk. Organization of the Virginia Legislature. Suicide of Edmund Ruffin, the Traitor who Fired the First Gun at Fort Sumter. Removal of General Gordon at Norfolk. The City Under Civil Rule, and much more. Small edge tears, otherwise in excellent condition.
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    Harper's Weekly, October 21, 1865
    Front page illustrations of the Trial of Captain Henry Wirz, the Andersonville Jailer, and Lieutenant Tappan discovering Dr. Mudd in the hold of the Steamer Thomas A. Scott. Other illustrations: portrait of General Francis C. Barlow, of Gettysburg fame. Tent of the American Union Commission, Capitol Square, Richmond, Va. Don Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil. Donna Theresa, Empress of Brazil. Rio De Janeiro, capital of Brazil. Street characters of Brazil; parrot vender, negress carrying her young, fish monger, slave picking cotton, fruit girl, street porter, head porter, drying coffee. John Bunyan reciting the Pilgrim's progress in the Bedford Jail. Gathering apples. Portrait of A. Oakey Hall. The Embassy from Tunis. They Bey of Tunis, and more. Very fine.
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    Harper's Weekly, July 8, 1865
    Front page illustration of Peace, on the Fourth of July, 1865. Other illustrations: Portraits of the Late Luther C. Ladd and Addison O. Whitney, 6th Massachusetts Infantry, who were killed by a citizen mob in Baltimore on April 19, 1861, as the first troops President Lincoln had called for were passing through that city on their way to Washington. Dedication of the Monument in Memory of Ladd and Whitney, Lowell, Mass. Full centerfold with several vignettes showing Peace, July 4, 1865 with soldiers returning home to their families, etc. The Ruins in the Heart of Charleston, S.C., View From King Street. Paroled Rebel Prisoners at the Battery, Charleston. Exterior View of the Cells in Which the Lincoln Conspirators Are Confined in the Old Penitentiary at Washington, and more. Very fine.
  • Price: $100.00
    Richmond Whig & Public Advertiser, April 10, 1863
    4 pages. The Fight Commenced at Charleston. Heavy Firing on Both Sides. The Yankee Frigate Ironsides Hit. Fort Sumter Uninjured. The Yankee Vessels Withdraw. Dispatches of General Beauregard. The Projected Attack on Charleston. News From Vicksburg. Anticipated Attack on Vicksburg. Destruction of Government Stores. Farragut's Movements. Renewal of the Attack on Port Hudson. Latest From Fredericksburg. Confederate Congress. The Whigs of Virginia. Relations of Maryland to the South. Arrest of Ladies in Baltimore. The Commissary Department. Numerous military orders. Slave Sales and Auctions. Numerous Runaway Slave ads. Nice advertisement by a Major of the 38th North Carolina offering a $100 Reward for Runaway Negro Boy Joe with description, etc. More military news, local news, advertisements, etc. Slight remnants of an old paper label on the top of the front page. Fold wear. Very fine.
  • Price: $35.00
    The New York Herald, November 8, 1865
    8 pages. STATE ELECTIONS. New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Republican Majority in New York State Fifteen Thousand. New Jersey Restored to the Union. The Constitutional Amendment Adopted. Next New Jersey Legislature Republican. Vote of the City of New York by Districts. Returns From the State. Candidates Elected. Political Headquarters, Tammany Hall. General Francis C. Barlow Elected N.Y. Secretary of State. General John H. Martindale Elected Attorney General of N.Y. Importance of the New Jersey Election. FLORIDA. First Day's Proceedings of the Reconstruction Convention. New Men and Loyal Ones Among the Delegates. Sound Message of Governor Marvin. Full Protection for the Person and Property of the Negro Required of the State. The Governor in Favor of Admitting Negro Testimony Before Courts of Justice. South Carolina Elections. WASHINGTON. The Sentence of Wirz Approved by the President and Communicated to the Prisoner. He is to be Hanged on Friday Next. Demeanor of the Condemned. [This is referring to the Andersonville Prison Commandant, Captain Henry Wirz]. Complete Arrangements Made for the Trial of Jeff Davis. Commodore Craven Before the Naval Court Martial, and much more. Very fine issue.
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    Harper's Weekly, April 15, 1865
    Front page illustrations of General E.R.S. Canby, plus General U.S. Grant's headquarters at City Point, Va. Other illustrations: General Wade Hampton's mansion in Columbia, S.C. General Wade Hampton's garden. Colonel Wells crossing the North Edisto River, S.C. General Sherman & staff crossing the Broad River, S.C. The battle at Black River, near Averysborough, N.C. General Logan's Corps crossing the Saluda River, above Columbia, S.C. Final charge of 9th Corps and recapture of Fort Stedman. The Rebel attack on Fort Stedman. Rebel prisoners coming into headquarters, 1st Division, 9th Corps. Camp of Rebel prisoners at Elmira, N.Y. Prison casemate at Fort Lafayette, N.Y. Harbor. Battle of Bentonville, N.C. President Abraham Lincoln, and more. Light edge wear, very fine.
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    Harper's Weekly, November 25, 1865
    Execution of Captain Henry Wirz, Commandant of Andersonville Prison Front page illustrations of the home where General U.S. Grant was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio, and Dedication to the Monument for Fallen Civil War Heroes of Erie County, at Girard, Pa. Other illustrations: Execution of Captain Henry Wirz, the Andersonville Commandant; adjusting the rope around his neck on the scaffold; lowering the body; members of the press awaiting the execution of Wirz; Old Capitol Prison where the execution took place. Individual portraits of the Champion Nine, of the Atlantic Baseball Club of Brooklyn, N.Y. Excursion to the oil regions of Pennsylvania; leaving Schaffer for Pit Hole City; Reno, the future metropolis of the Pennsylvania oil region; Pit Hole City, Venango County, Pa. The balloon bridal party starting out on its aerial tour from Professor Lowe's amphitheatre, Central Park, N.Y. Portrait of Professor Lowe, Professor Boynton and Miss Jenkins, and more. Very fine issue related to Andersonville Prison and the execution of its notorious commandandant, Captain Henry Wirz!
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    Harper's Weekly, September 16, 1865
    Front page illustration of the trial of Andersonville Commandant, Henry Wirz, at Washington, D.C. Other illustrations: the Mass Meeting held at Richmond, Va. Our Baby Show; a collage of images from Alexander Gardner. The centerfold of the paper has a dozen various scenes from Andersonville Prison. Portraits of Major General Robert B. Potter, and Major General John G. Parke, and more. Light age toning and edge wear. Very desirable Andersonville Prison related issue.
  • Price: $25.00
    The New York Times, April 9, 1863
    8 pages. Front page headlines: IMPORTANT FROM NORTH CAROLINA. The Demonstration of the Rebels Against Washington. Hill and Pettigrew in Command. The Enemy Intrenched in Position Commanding the Town and River. Our Gunboats Keeping Them in Good Order. Gen. Foster at the Post of Danger. Skirmishing and Some Loss of Life. CHARLESTON. No Dispatches Yet Received by the Government. Four Iron Clads in the North Edisto. The Attack Expected at Once. IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS. Arrival of the Eastern Queen and the Columbia. An Artillery and Gunboat Fight in Lower Louisiana. Capture of the Gunboat Diana by the Rebels. The Operations up the West Bank of the Mississippi. The Expedition Across Lake Pontchartrain Successful. The Rebel Prisoners at the Custom House in New Orleans. A Raid of Texas Rebels Into Mexico. Immense Contraband Trade Across the Rio Grande. IMPORTANT FROM HAVANA. Capture of a Prize Steamer, the Dolphin, by the Wachusett. Reported Firing by American Vessels of War, at the French Mail Steamer Floride. The Alabama Reported in Cuban Waters. THE WAR IN MISSOURI. Pursuit of the Guerrillas who Destroyed the Sam Gaty. THE LATEST REBEL REPORTS. The Monitors and Iron Clads Announced Off Charleston. The Storm About to Burst upon the Devoted City. IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. The Recent Great Riot in Richmond. Much more. Light wear and some edge chipping. Newsy war news issue.
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    Group Lot Of 5 Boston Cultivator Newspapers, 1848-1849
    Office, No. 22 North Market Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Includes the following issues: 1. Saturday Morning, March 25, 1848 2. Saturday Morning, May 19, 1849 3. Saturday Morning, June 9, 1849 4. Saturday Morning, July 7, 1849 5. Saturday Morning, July 14, 1849 Each newspaper is 8 pages, and includes some illustrations. There is a vignette at the top of the masthead with a spread winged eagle and a riband with the motto, Improve The Soil And The Mind. Mainly a farming related newspaper with numerous such articles, it also includes other stories with the important news of the day. There are some articles about the Mexican War, Boston City Intelligence, Market Values, Poetry, Arts, Science and Religion, Advertisements, and more. Typical light age toning, wear, and small tears. Very interesting 1848-1849 group of Boston newspapers.
  • Price: $25.00
    The New York Times, April 21, 1863
    8 pages. Front page headlines: LEAGUE FOR THE UNION. Monster Mass Meeting. Fifty Thousand People Shouting for the Union. Lieut. General Scott Presides. The Old War Hero Wrapped in the Flag. Cases by George Bancroft, John Van Buren, Henry J. Raymond, Daniel S. Dickinson, Lyman Tremain, etc. Delegations from Baltimore, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Trenton. A Loyal Speech from Mayor Chapman, of Baltimore, and a Stirring Letter from James T. Brady. The Greatest and Most Enthusiastic Gathering Ever Held in New York. Music, Cannons, Flags and Cheers. Other headlines and stories: The Great Union Meeting. Blunders of the Confederate Cotton Loan. The War in Arkansas. 3,000 Rebels Attack Fayetteville and are Repulsed. Important From Eastern Virginia. Heavy Skirmishing on the Nausemond River. Our Gunboats Shelling the Rebels. Capture of 6 Pieces of Artillery and 200 Rebel Prisoners. News From Washington. The War in Tennessee. From the Army of the Potomac. Important Order From General Hooker, and more. Very fine.
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    The New York Times, April 22, 1863
    8 pages. Front page headlines: IMPORTANT FROM VICKSBURG. Another Great Achievement by the Fleet. Six Ironclads and Three Transports Run by the Rebel Batteries. A Large Number of Gen. Grant's Troops Now Below the City. Only One of the Gunboats Hit by the Rebels. One of the Transports Burned. IMPORTANT FROM EASTERN VIRGINIA. Retreat of the Enemy From Suffolk. Probable Capture of a Rebel Brigade. Official Reports From Admiral Lee and Gen. Dix. SEVERE FIGHT NEAR CORINTH. The Rebels Defeated. Our Loss One Hundred Killed and Wounded. IMPORTANT FROM NORTH CAROLINA. The Siege of Little Washington Raised by the Rebels. The Batteries on Tar River Abandoned. News From Fortress Monroe. Seizure of the Rebel Gunboat Alexandra at Liverpool. Escape of a Rebel Privateer from Greenock. An Important Dispatch From Earl Russell Regarding the Seizure of the Peterhoff. The Mission of Two Well Known American Merchants to England. A Loan of Two Million Pounds to be Raised, and Rebel Gunboats to be Purchased. The Confederate Loan Heavy. Other headlines and stories: IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS. Arrival of the George Washington. Heavy Movements Against the Enemy up the Bayou Teche. Gen. Banks in Command. Gen. Weitzel Skirmishing Within Six Miles of Franklin. The Fight of Colored Troops with the Rebels at Pascagoula. The Gunboat Barrataria Destroyed on the Amite River, and much more. Very fine.
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    Pacific Stars And Stripes October 9, 1945
    Pacific Stars and Stripes October 9, 1945 On August 6, 1945, the Atom Bomb fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On September 2, Japan formally surrendered. On October 3, the first published issue of the Pacific Edition Stars and Stripes was printed. It was published as a daily newspaper in Tokyo, Japan, for the American forces in Japan and Korea. This is the Stars and Stripes for October 9, 1945, one week from the first paper. Headlines included ''Prime Minister Selects Cabinet Reportedly Okayed by MacArthur. Baron Shidehara to Present Members to Emperor Today.'' ''Hirohito Wanted Pearl Harbor Bombed After War Rescript'' (He believed that the United States would be duly notified prior to the commencement of armed action.) President Okays Bill To Spur Re-enlistments. Strikes Threat to Reconversion. Other articles on a personal appearance tour of Danny Kaye and Leo (Lippy) Durocher. Chiang Kai Shek forces attacking Communist held China. Japanese Army deactivisation to be completed in October. Weather is Villain in Mail Shortage. 24 Nazis get indictments on War Crimes. Hard Slugging Tigers Beat Favorites, 8 - 4. Yamashita makes not guilty plea. 'Beast of Belsen' admits gas killings. RAAF to bring Air Power for Occupation. Portugal tells of war plans. Road back to U.S.A. Uphill Struggle for Warbound Nisei. Blood-and-Guts Patton Abandons Oaths for Tears in Relinquishing Command. Drug Industry Under Allied Surveillance. Democracy Without Emperor Frowned On By Gen. Koiso. Tuffy, a real wildcat, mascot of the 81st Division was part of the offensive power that landed at Aomori. Victory Sure Without Bomb, Nimitz States. Cartoons include Oriental Potshots by Casey, Donald Duck by Walt Disney, and Blondie by Chic Young. Pictures of Japanese subs found at Inchon, Korea, and soldiers putting up a sign for a ''Texas Embassy''. Soldiers marching into Hirosaki. And a pinup picture of actress Nancy Coleman. Published by the Information and Education Detachment, GHQ, AFPAC. Four page newspaper, 15-3/4 inches by 21-1/2 inches. Paper has darkened, but has only a few small tears along top edge. It has been folded into a small packet, 4-3/4 inches by 51/2 inches. Very good condition. Ships First Class.
  • Price: $25.00
    New York Daily Tribune, June 2, 1863
    8 pages. Front page headlines: FROM WASHINGTON. Maj. Gen. Hunter Said to be Relieved of His Command. Condition of the Army of the Potomac. The Washington City Election. THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG. Nature of the Rebel Fortifications. The Assault of the 22d. A Loss of 2,000 to our Side. Our Men Three Times Repulsed. Joe Johnston Short of Food and Powder. Heavy Losses of the Foe. 3.400 Prisoners and 34 Guns Captured. Front page stories: FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. A Movement by the Enemy Expected. The Most Successful Raid of the War. Grand Review in the Rebel Army. A Blind to Cover the Departure of Reinforcements for Vicksburg. A Demonstration at the Upper Ford for the Same Purpose. Merry Making Between Pickets. Review of the First Corps. The Army Waiting and Watching. From Port Royal. Important General Orders: Civilians to be Drafted. Reported Capture of Helena, Ark. by Gen. Marmaduke. A Regiment of Negro Soldiers said to have been taken and Hung with their Officers. Other stories: STARTLING NEWS FROM MEXICO. Reported Capture of Puebla. Gen. Ortega, 23 Other Mexican Generals and 17,000 Men Taken Prisoner. Total Defeat of General Comonfort. March of the French Army on the City of Mexico. The War in Newbern, N.C., Negro Regiments in North Carolina, Orders of General Foster, and much more. There is a defect on page one in the form of about a 10 inch diagonal line at the left side where the printing skipped. This affects the reading of some words which is almost entirely limited to one column. Otherwise there is some light wear and the newspaper is in overall fine condition.
  • Price: $25.00
    Rochester Daily Union And Advertiser, Oct. 14, 1864
    George B. McClellan for President! 4 pages. Front page headlines and stories: The Rebel Invasion of Missouri. The Advance on Jefferson City. The Skirmishing on the Osage River. Our Forces and the Talk on the Street. The Fight at Moreau Creek. Andy Johnson's Despotism in Tennessee. The Prize Fight for the Championship of England. The Event Approaching. Getting the Men and their Backers into Ireland. Dr. P.J. Bryant of Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Practical Physician for Chronic Disease. Late of Syracuse, Watertown, Cooperstown, Binghamton, Oswego, Rochester The Lincoln Policy. The Negro Bubble Bursting. White Women in the Cotton Fields. Democratic Election Ticket Advertisement; George B. McClellan, for President, George H. Pendleton, for Vice President, Horatio Seymour, for Governor, etc. The Pennsylvania Home Vote Close. Attempt of the Rebels to Pierce our Lines. Movements in the Valley. Unexpected Results in Abolition Counties. The Democratic Gains Hard to Overcome. Local news, and great advertisements. Light edge and fold wear. Uncommon.
  • Price: $4.99
    Reader's Digest - September 1987
    Reader's digest - September 1987-204 complete pages. Front and back covers
  • Price: $4.99
    Reader's Digest - June 1985
    Reader's Digest - June 1985- 240 complete pages. Front and back covers pictured. Cry of the Kalahari
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