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Item # 218097

October 24, 1862

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Oct. 24, 1862.

* Frederick Maryland
* Guerrilla John Morgan
* Sabine City, Texas


The front page has several one column war heads including: "From the Army of the Potomac", "A Successful Expedition to Loudon County, Virginia", "The Rebel Occupation of Martinsburg", "The War in Kentucky & Tennessee", "Rebel Guerrilla Forrest Routed Near Nashville", "The Expedition to Loudon County", "His Boldness & Dash", "Sabine City, Texas, Occupied by the Federal Troops", "Position of the Two Armies", "The Guerrilla John Morgan", & a bit more,  This is the tri-weekly edition of the Inquirer, meaning within its 8 pages is a second full front page dated Oct. 25 with masthead &  including: "THE LATEST NEWS!" "Affairs on the Potomac" "Gen. Rosecrans Supersedes General Buell" "Defeat of Rebel Rangers in Tennessee" "Matters at Centreville, Virginia" "The Trouble Among the Miners" & more essentially giving you two complete front pages among the 8 pages in this issue! Never bound nor trimmed, some printing creases on the 2nd front page, very nice condition.

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