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The Civil War Drama Continues, Twelve Newspapers from 1862-1863

Lot of 12 newspapers.

New-York Tribune, September 29, 1862, Vol. XXII, No. 6704, 8pp. Includes information on the "Invasion of Maryland," the war in Missouri, the war in the South-West, the war in Kentucky, Jackson's amputation of his arm, the war with the Indians, more. Disbound.

New-York Tribune, October 8, 1862, Vol. XXII, No. 6712, 8pp. The President's Emancipation Proclamation, the war in Kentucky, Second Battle of Bull Run. Disbound.

New-York Tribune, June 1, 1863, Vol. XXIII, No. 6913, 8pp. Front with map of Jackson (MS) and Vicinity, Siege of Vicksburg.

New-York Tribune, March 21, 1863, Vol. XXII, No. 6860, 8pp. Front with map of Port Hudson, news of engagements in Louisiana, inside pages with drawings of marine artillery and horse-drawn caisson. Old cellophane tape along spine.

Boston Daily Advertiser, July 24, 1863, Vol. 102, No. 35, 4pp. Army of the Potomac, news from southwest (Johnston and Bragg), Morgan's raid across the Muskingum River.

American and Commercial Advertiser, Baltimore, March 10, 1862, Vol. CXXV, No. 20,438, 4pp. Burnside's Expedition, Blockade at Beaufort, NC, the war in Tennessee.

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 18, 1862, 8pp. Front with map of Union victories in Tennessee, fall of Fort Donelson, the war in Kentucky, Missouri, New Mexico. Disbound.

The New York Herald, October 4, 1863, whole No. 9879, 8pp. Image of “One of Laird’s Rebel Iron-Clad Rams” on front, containing “Interesting News from New Orleans,” “Desertions from Louisiana and Texas,” “Capture of the Steamer Leviathan by Rebels,” “Her Recapture by the De Soto,” and “Barbarous Conduct of the Rebels.”  Report on national day of Thanksgiving also included. Leaves separated at the hinge, text complete.

The New York Herald, March 4, 1862, whole No. 9306, 8pp. Map of Columbus, KY and news of its fall, blockade runners, the war in Tennessee.

The New-York Times, Feb. 22, 1862, Vol. XI, No. 3251, 8pp. Extensive coverage of the Union attack on Fort Donelson, led by Gen. Grant, with a detailed map of the fort and the positions of attack: “Investment of the position,” “The Attack by the Gunboats,” “The Desperate Attempt of the Rebels to Raise the Siege,” "Irresistible Bravery of the national Forces,” and finally, “The Surrender.” Report on funeral of the Lincolns' son also included. Quite clean with some tears and separations at the edges of folds. Text unobscured.

The New-York Times, April 16, 1862, Vol. XI, No. 3296, 8pp. The war in the South-West, the Fall of Fort Pulaski, Siege of Yorktown, Burnside's command.

The New-York Times, April 17, 1862, Vol. XI, No. 3297, 8pp. Grant's official report on Pittsburg Landing, a partial list of the wounded (3-1/2 columns, plus more than 1/2 a column on p.8), end of slavery in District of Columbia.


All with short tears, edge scuffing.

Estimate: $250 - $450
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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