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November 07, 1864

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Nov. 7, 1864  The ftpg. has many Civil War one column headlines including: "Another Union Victory" "Recapture of Plymouth, N.C." "Rebel Forts All Silenced" "Henry S. Foote on Peace" "Hood Reported Across the Tennessee" "The War in North Alabama" "Latest from the Shenandoah Valley" "Speculations on Hood's Movements" and other small heads scattered throughout the front page. This is the tri-weekly edition of the Inquirer, meaning within its 8 pages is a second full front page dated Nov. 8 with masthead &  headlines including: ""A Plot To Burn Chicago" "Rebel Incendiaries in the City" "The Conspiracy Nipped in the Bud" "Shelling our Men at Dutch Gap" "The War in Georgia & Alabama" "Sherman Close on the Rebels" "Evacuation of Johnsonville" "Defeat of Hood on the Tennessee"  and more, essentially giving you two complete front pages among the 8 pages in this issue! Never bound nor trimmed, in nice condition.

Category: Yankee