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1863 Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser

Richmond, Va., Tuesday, February 17, 1863. 4 pages. Our Worst Enemies. Stephen A. Douglas. The Army of Tennessee. Hooker's Army Changing Base. Latest From Europe. Another Mediation Rumor. Very Latest From the North. The Situation in Vicksburg. Grand Programme For Terminating the War and Forming a Northwest Confederacy. What Shall We Call Them! Yankee! The Negro Army. Negro Soldiers. The Yankees in North Carolina. News From Charleston. News From Fredericksburg. Next Yankee Congress. Confederate Congress. General Assembly of Virginia Senate and House of...  

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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.  

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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.  

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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...  

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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...  

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The Daily Delta, New Orleans, March 22, 1862

Eyewitness accounts of the Monitor & Merrimac!

4 pages. The Monitor and the Merrimac and the defeat of the Cumberland, eyewirness accounts of the famous naval encounter between ironclads at Hampton Roads, Va. News of action at Island No. 10 on the Tennessee River. The Confederate States Zouaves, numerous Confederate military ads, and much, much more. Couple of very small edge tears. Very fine issue with rare Southern account of the Monitor & Merrimac!

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Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser, November 21, 1862

Richmond, Va. 4 pages. Stories include: The End Not Yet. The New Georgia Senator. General Randolph. News From Fredericksburg. The Exchange of Prisoners at City Point. Atrocities of the Enemy. Governor Brown and the Georgia Militia. The Last Effort to Save the Union. Operations in Tennessee. Arrest of Two of General McClellan's Staff Officers. Depredations of Sigel's Troops. Message of Governor Vance of North Carolina. Currency and Financial news. The Late Senator William B. Preston. Lieutenant Colonel Doyles Fight with the Enemy. News from the North....  

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The Sentinel, Richmond, Va., October 5, 1863

2 pages. News includes: A Proclamation by the Governor of Virginia. All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight. Arrest of Disloyal Persons at Baltimore. French Neutrality. News From Missionary Ridge, Gordonsville, and the Southwest. Reported Removal of Gen. Schenk. The Situation From Morris Island. Gen. Longstreet and His Troops. The General Assembly of Virginia, and much more. Very fine Confederate newspaper.

 

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