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The Log Cabin, New York, January 23, 1841

4 pages, The Log Cabin, New York, Saturday, January 23, 1841, with vignette of a log cabin at upper center with an American flag flying with the motto, "Retrenchment And Reform." Published by Horace Greeley with his name printed in the upper left margin. Stories include: Government Officers, Agents, And Salaries. Besides the story it gives an itemized list of positions with their salaries. It is interesting to note that Major Generals in 1841 earned $5,000 annually, while Brigadier Generals received $3,150. The list includes all ranks right down...  

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The New York Herald, May 11, 1863

Front page map of Colonel Dodge's Expedition

New York, Monday, May 11, 1863. 8 pages. Headlines and stories include Our Cavalry Raids. Success of the Tuscumbia Movement. Reported Capture of Colonel Streight and His Whole Command in Northern Georgia. Additional Details of Col. Grierson's Operations. Immense Damage To The Rebels. Interesting From Rosecrans' Department. Movements of Wheeler's Cavalry. Confirmation of the Shooting of Van Dorn. Arrival of Deserters from the Rebel Army. Their Statements as to Intended Operations on the Part of...  

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National Intelligencer, Washington City, October 21, 1813

News of the War of 1812 with reports from General William Henry Harrison

4 pages. The articles include news about the Maryland and New Jersey Elections; Ad for a portrait of the late Captain James Lawrence, U.S.N.; Reward for the apprehension of a deserter from the 38th Regiment U.S. Infantry signed in print by Captain John Brookes of the same regiment; news from Upper Marlborough, and Prince George's County, Maryland; lengthy article about Geography; General Harrison's Victory which includes a very lengthy letter (3 1/2 columns) from Major...  

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Niles' Weekly Register, Baltimore, February 14, 1815

Includes Letters From General Andrew Jackson, President James Madison and Statesman James Mason

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2.

New England Convention. Difference in favor of Southern States. The Olive Branch. Legislature of Massachusetts. Glorious News From New Orleans. 3 Letters From Major General Andrew Jackson to the Secretary of War Regarding Recent Action. Inspector General A.P. Hayne Reports the Killed, Wounded and Prisoners Taken at the Battle at Larond's Plantation. Proclamation From the President of the United States James Madison....  

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The New York Times, August 14, 1863

8 pages. THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. Arrival of the Arago, with Advices to the 10th. The Grand Assault Expected to be Made Yesterday. Reports of a Deserter from Fort Wagner. Guns Removed from Fort Sumter to James Island. The Fall of Sumter Regarded as a Certainty. Great Improvements in the Health of Our Troops. Progress of the Siege Operations. The Rebel Works. List of Deaths in Hospital from Port Royal Including Colored Troops From the 54th Massachusetts Regiment. Military News to be Suppressed; A Stringent Order From General Gillmore. The Big Gun; What the...  

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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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Niles Weekly Register, Baltimore, February 4, 1815

News of General Andrew Jackson, the War of 1812 and the important battle of New Orleans

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2.

Legislature of Pennsylvania; Inaugural Address to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania given by Simon Snyder. Brevet Appointments; Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, 1st December, 1814. (Long list by name, rank and date of appointment). List of officers brevetted for gallantry by the President. Events of the War; Lengthy accounts (several pages) of the battles of New Orleans and St....  

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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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Niles Weekly Register, Baltimore, May 7, 1814

News of the War of 1812

16 pages, 6 x 9 1/2. Internal Improvement; Report of the commissioners appointed by the legislature of New York, on the 8th of March, 1814, to provide for the internal improvement of the state. Trial of General Hull, of the United States Army, having been submitted to the President of the United States, for the charges of treason against the United States, cowardice, neglect of duty, and un-officer like conduct all during the War of 1812; Outlines in great detail all of the charges and specifications, etc. (9 pages of...  

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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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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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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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