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NYT-127

The New York Times, August 27, 1863

8 pages. European News. Three Days Later by the Persia at this Port. A Suspicious Sale of Three of Her Majesty's War Steamers. Another Privateer---Perhaps. Aspect of the Mexican Question. The Archduke Maximilian Accepts the Crown of Mexico. The Polish Revolution. The Draft. List of Names Drawn Yesterday in the Fifth, Eighth and Ninth Districts. The Rebel Privateers. Destruction of the Brig W.E. Nash by The Florida. The Lawrence Massacre. Account of the Terrible Tragedy. Another Guerrilla Trapped. North Carolina and the Union. A Rebel General Captured;...  

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NYT-119

The New York Times, August 18, 1863

8 pages. Front page headlines: AFFAIRS IN THE SOUTHWEST. Gen. Grant and the Trade Regulations of the Mississippi. Proposed Opening of the Cotton Trade to all Loyal Citizens. A Cavalry Expedition From Corinth. Rebel Conscripts Reporting for Duty in the National Army. The War in the Far West. Gen. Blunt's Position. Danger Thereof. A Battle Imminent. Rebel Officers. Union Men in Arkansas. Sufferings of the Loyalists. Important From North Carolina. Shameful Inefficiency of the Blockade at Wilmington. Seventeen Large Steamers Arrived There Within a Few Days....  

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NYT-72

The New York Times, New York, May 18, 1863

8 pages. Important From New Orleans. Capture of Alexandria by Admiral Porter. General Banks' Forces in Possession. Previous Bombardment and Capture of Fort De Russy. The Great Cavalry Raid Through Mississippi. Safe Arrival of Col. Grierson's Command at Baton Rouge. Detailed Account of Their Exploits. Immense and Irreparable Damage Inflicted Upon the Enemy. Only One of Our Men Killed and Six Wounded. Proposed Organization of a Corps D'Afrique by Gen. Banks. The Great Raid in Mississippi. A Detailed Narrative of the Exploits of Our Cavalry. Wonderful...  

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NYT-107

The New York Times, August 4, 1863

8 pages. IMPORTANT REBEL NEWS. Progress of the Siege of Charleston. Cummings Point Severely Bombarded by the Ironsides and Two Monitors. Fort Sumter and Two Rebel Batteries Engaged. A Counter Bombardment of Our Works on Morris Island. The Expedition in North Carolina. The War in Tennessee. An Expedition Into the Enemy's Country. The War in Indian Territory. Movements of the Blockade Runners. Arrival of the Florida. Quarrelling Over a Wrecked Rebel Prize. The Doings of the Rebel Pirates. The Law of the Blockade. Liability of Vessels Proceeding to Neutral...  

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NYT-148

The New York Times, September 17, 1863

8 pages. IMPORTANT FROM CHARLESTON. Arrival of the Mary Sanford with News to Saturday. Rebel Reports to Tuesday. Our Forces Expecting Batteries on the Upper End of Morris Island. Forts Moultrie and Johnson Firing on the Working Parties. Explosion of a Rebel Magazine, The Military and Naval Situation in Charleston Harbor. The Failure of the Gallant Attack on Fort Sumter. Alleged Barbarity of Beauregard. Details of Operations. The Storming of Fort Sumter. How the Enterprise Was Planned and Why it Failed. Gallantry of Our Naval Forces. Inhuman Threats From...  

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The New York Times, September 16, 1863

8 pages. THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Continued Advance of the Cavalry. Fighting at the Rapidan. Our Passage at Raccoon Ford Disputed. The Main Body of the Rebels Reported at Richmond. The Cars Running to Culpepper. THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. Important Reports. Half of James Island Said to be in Our Possession. A White Flag Flying Over Fort Moultrie. Two Monitors Lying Between Sumter and Moultrie. PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. The Habeas Corpus Suspended Throughout the United States in Certain Specified Cases By the President of the United States. [Signed in print...  

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The New York Times, August 22, 1863

8 pages. Good News From Charleston. A Rebel Dispatch With Advices to Thursday Last. Bombardment of Fort Sumter by General Gillmore's Parrotts. The Fort Being Knocked to Pieces. The Fire Replied to at Very Long Intervals. The Parrotts Too Much For Sumter. Despair of Being Able to Hold the City. Non Combatants Urged to Leave. The Operations Against Charleston. Important From Kansas. A Raid by Eight Hundred Guerrillas Under Quantrell. The Town of Lawrence Sacked and Burned. Important From The West. President Lincoln to Attend a Union Mass Meeting at...  

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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....  

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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...  

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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...  

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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....  

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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...  

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