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Illustrated London News: Volume 39

  • The Civil War in America - Article - July 6, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
  • Latest News from Abroad - Article - July 6, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, July 6, 1861. - Article - July 6, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - July 6, 1861 - (9 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - July 13, 1861 - (24 paragraphs)
  • The Outlying Sentries of the Federal Army - Illustration - July 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War In America: How The Outlying Sentries Of The Federal Army Are Killed By Secessionist Scouts.—From A Sketch By Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, 1098, p. 28. July 13, 1861

  • [Charges of brutality] - Article - July 13, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Unionist Scouting Party in the Virginian Woods in the Neighbourhood of Alexandria - Illustration - July 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Unionist Scouting Party in the Virginian Woods in the Neighbourhood of Alexandria.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, 1098, p. 28. July 13, 1861

  • London, Saturday, July 13, 1861 - Article - July 13, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Attack on the Pickets of the Garibaldi Guard on the East Branch of the Potomac. - Illustration - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Attack on the Pickets of the Garibaldi Guard On The East Branch of the Potomac.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Next Page
    vol. 39, 1099, p. 47. July 20, 1861

  • Attack on the Pickets of the Garibaldi Guard, East Branch of the Potomac. - Article - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America The Ways and Means Thereof - Article - July 20, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, July 20, 1861. - Article - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Long Bridge over the Potomac at Washington - Article - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Long Bridge over the Potomac at Washington, Guarded by United States' Artillery. - Illustration - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: The Long Bridge Over the Potomac at Washington, Guarded By United States' Artillery.
    vol. 39, 1099, p. 58. July 20, 1861

  • [The degree of LL.D. has been conferred] - Article - July 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The President's Message - Article - July 27, 1861 - (8 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: Capture of a United States' Dragoon by Guerrilla Horsemen of Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Page 83.
    vol. 39, no. 1100, pp. 71-72. July 27, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - July 27, 1861 - (22 paragraphs)
  • The New World, One of the Hudson River Steamers - Illustration - July 27, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The New World, One of the Hudson River Steamers
    vol. 39, no. 1100, p. 82. July 27, 1861

  • American Steamers The Hudson River Steamer The New World. - Article - July 27, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • "Contraband of War."—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - July 27, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: "Contraband of War."—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, 1100, p. 83. July 27, 1861

  • Illustrations of the Civil War in America - Article - July 27, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • President Lincoln's Message - Article - July 27, 1861 - (46 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 3, 1861 - (25 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, August 3, 1861 - Article - August 3, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Review of Federal Troops by President Lincoln and General Scott - Article - August 3, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Review of Federal Troops on the 4th of July by President Lincoln and General Scott: The Garibaldi Guard Filing Past.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Preceding Page. - Illustration - August 3, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Review of Federal Troops on the 4th of July by President Lincoln and General Scott: The Garibaldi Guard Filing Past.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Preceding Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1101, p. 111. August 3, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - August 3, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • [The dissentions which arose some months ago] - Article - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Sketches from Richmond, Virginia, the Capital of the Confederate States of America - Illustration - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Sketches from Richmond, Virginia, the Capital of the Confederate States of America.
    vol. 39, no. 1102, p. 127. August 10, 1861

  • The Session - Article - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Sketches from Richmond, Virginia - Article - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 10, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, August 10, 1861 - Article - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Wills and Bequests - Article - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Fight at Hainsville, on the Upper Potomac—Advance of the Wisconsin Men (Federalists) on the Secessionist Position.—See Page 145. - Illustration - August 10, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Fight at Hainsville, on the Upper Potomac—Advance of the Wisconsin Men (Federalists) on the Secessionist Position.—See Page 145.
    vol. 39, no. 1102, p. 143. August 10, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - August 10, 1861 - (13 paragraphs)
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    Map of District of Columbia
    vol. 39, no. 1102, p. 143-145. August 10, 1861

  • Our Illustrations The District of Columbia - Article - August 10, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Message of President Davis - Article - August 10, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • Bull Run and Its Consequences - Article - August 17, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners Captured by United States' Pickets Between Fairfax and Manassas Junction, Virginia. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1103, pp. 151-152. August 17, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - August 17, 1861 - (32 paragraphs)
  • [A calvary company, composed of young ladies] - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Prince Napolean and suite arrived at New York] - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Americans have invented an "elevator" for reconnoitring purposes.] - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Carolinian Pickets Flying Before the Federal Troops - Article - August 17,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Confederate Prisoners - Article - August 17, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Carolinian Pickets Flying before the Advances of the Federal Troops on Fairfax. —from a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - August 17, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Carolinian Pickets Flying Before the Advances of the Federal Troops on Fairfax. —From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1103, p. 155. August 17, 1861

  • [British Subjects At New Orleans] - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate Batteries at Bull Run by the 27th and 14th New York Regiments. —From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. And the Civil War in America: The Stampede from Bull Run.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Next Page. - Illustration - August 17, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate Batteries at Bull Run by the 27th and 14th New York Regiments. -From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. And The Civil War in America: The Stampede from Bull Run.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.—see next page.
    vol. 39, no. 1103, p. 167. August 17, 1861

  • Attack on The Confederate Batteries at Bull Run by the 27th and 14th New York Regiments - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Flight of the Federal Troops from Bull Run - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Generals of the American Armies - Article - August 17,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Whatever may be the condition] - Article - August 24,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [American Frilling] - Article - August 24,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - August 24,1861 - (30 paragraphs)
  • Cape Race, Newfoundland, The Termination of the American System of Telegraphs - Illustration - August 24, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Cape Race, Newfoundland, the Termination of the American System of Telegraphs.
    vol. 39, no. 1107, p. 179. August 24, 1861

  • London, Saturday, August 24, 1861 - Article - August 24,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New Orleans Picayune] - Article - August 24,1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Cape Race, Newfoundland - Article - August 24,1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - August 31,1861 - (27 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, August 31, 1861 - Article - August 31,1861 - (1 paragraphs)
  • An Incident in the Battle of Bull Run - Article - August 31,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [We have become exporters] - Article - August 31,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Engagement between the 71st New York and an Alabama Regiment at the Battle of Bull Run.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - August 31, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Engagement between the 71st New York and an Alabama Regiment at the Battle of Bull Run.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Preceding Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 226. August 31, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - September 7,1861 - (30 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, September 7, 1861. - Article - September 7,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Discovery of Gold in the Valley of Saskatchewan— - Article - September 7,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Oil-Wells of North America— - Article - September 7,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Richmond, Virginia, the Capital of the Confederate States of America - Illustration - September 7, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Richmond, Virginia, the Capital of the Confederate States of America.
    vol. 39, no. 1107, p. 261. September 7, 1861

  • The War in America: Texan Lancers (Federalists) Reconnoitring between Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia.—From A Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - September 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Texan Lancers (Federalists) Reconnoitring between Alexandria and Fairfax Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 263. September 14, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - September 14,1861 - (31 paragraphs)
  • [The United States' Government] - Article - September 14,1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [The wheat crop of Iowa.] - Article - September 14,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: Quartermaster's Department—Killing Bullocks in the Federal Camp, Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, Page 280[sic]. - Illustration - September 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Quartermaster's Department— Killing Bullocks in the Federal Camp, Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 280[sic].
    vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 271. September 14, 1861

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - September 14,1861 - (8 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: Union Troops Attacking Confederate Prisoners in the Streets of Washington.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist. and The War in America: Arrest of Mr. Faulkner, Late United States' Minister to France, at Brown's Hotel, Washington, on the Charge of Treason. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - September 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Union Troops Attacking Confederate Prisoners in the Streets of Washington.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist. and The War in America: Arrest of Mr. Faulkner, Late United States' Minister to France, at Brown's Hotel, Washington, on the Charge of Treason. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 283. September 14, 1861

  • The Decline of the Population of Ireland - Article - September 21,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - September 21,1861 - (25 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, September 21, 1861 - Article - September 21,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York papers give] - Article - September 21,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Confederates Trapping a Boat's Crew of the Potomac Fleet.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - September 21, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Confederates Trapping a Boat's Crew of the Potomac Fleet.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1109, p. 303. September 21, 1861

  • [A Short time since the United States' sloop Resolute] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - September 28,1861 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [Miss Cushman] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraphs)
  • [A Neat Biography] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, September 28, 1861. - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Queen has approved of Mr. John T. Neal] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. Serrill, who was arrested] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Great Falls of the Potomac - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: The Great Falls of the Potomac.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist. - Illustration - September 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: The Great Falls of the Potomac.—From A Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1110, p. 319. September 28, 1861

  • [The New York Herald] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [American Frilling.] - Article - September 28,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - October 5,1861 - (35 paragraphs)
  • Latest News from Abroad - Article - October 5,1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Yorktown, Virginia - Article - October 5,1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: View of Yorktown, Virginia, from the Old Nelson House. - Illustration - October 5, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: View of Yorktown, Virginia, from the Old Nelson House.
    vol. 39, no. 1111, p. 338. October 5, 1861

  • London, Saturday, October 5, 1861. - Article - October 5,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. G.R. Haywood] - Article - October 5,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Munson's Hill. With the Earthwork Thrown up by the Confederates in front of the Union Lines, Virginia. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Page 357. - Illustration - October 5, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Munson's Hill. With the Earthwork Thrown up by the Confederates in Front of the Union Lines, Virginia. from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 357.
    vol. 39, no. 1111, p. 351. October 5, 1861

  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - October 5, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • [Cotton in India.] - Article - October 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - October 12, 1861 - (27 paragraphs)
  • Latest New From Abroad - Article - October 12,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - October 12,1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: The Chain-Bridge across the Potomac above Georgetown, Looking Towards the Virginian Shore.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - October 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: the Chain-Bridge across the Potomac above Georgetown, Looking Toward the Virginian Shore.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1112, p. 362. October 12, 1861

  • The War in America: Bringing in the Federal Wounded after the Skirmish at Lewinsville, Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - October 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Bringing in the Federal Wounded after the Skirmish at Lewinsville, Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1112, p. 363. October 12, 1861

  • London, Saturday, October 12, 1861. - Article - October 12,1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Jefferson Davis - Article - October 12,1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The American Pony Express] - Illustration - October 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The American Pony Express, En Route from the Missouri River to San Francisco.—From a Drawing by G.H. Andrews.
    vol. 39, no. 1112, p. 386. October 12, 1861

  • [Some of our readers] - Article - October 12, 1861 - (14 paragraphs)
  • Literature - Article - October 12, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - October 19, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, October 19,1861. - Article - October 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Music - Article - October 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Facts from the Census in America - Article - October 19, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • The War in America:—Fort Ocracoke, on Beacon Island, North Carolina, Destroyed by Fire on the 17th Ult. by the Federalists. And the War in America:—A Confederate Deserter Coming into the Federal Lines at Munson's Hill.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - October 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America:—Fort Ocracoke, on Beacon Island, North Carolina, Destroyed by Fire on the 17th Ult. By the Federalists. And The War in America:—A Confederate Deserter Coming Into the Federal Lines at Munson's Hill.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. -See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1113, p. 411. October 19, 1861

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - October 19, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [General M'Clellan] - Article - October 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - October 26, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, October 26, 1861 - Article - October 26, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Joint Expedition to Mexico - Article - October 26, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Illustrations of the Civil War in America, From sketches by Our Special Artist: Franklin's Brigade Passing Arlington Mill on its Way to Occupy Munson's Hill. and A Portion of the Confederate Works on Munson's Hill. and General M'Clellan Occupying the Confederate Position at Munson's Hill. - Article - October 26, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
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    Illustrations of the Civil War in America. From sketches by Our Special Artist: Franklin's Brigade Passing Arlington Mill on its Way to Occupy Munson's Hill. and A Portion of the Confederate Works on Munson's Hill. and General M'Clellan Occupying the Confederate Position at Munson's Hill.
    vol. 39, no. 1114, p. 438. October 26, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - November 2, 1861 - (35 paragraphs)
  • The Duke of Argyll on the War in America - Article - November 2, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, November 2,1861 - Article - November 2, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Beauregard and M'Clellan - Article - November 2, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Legislature of California] - Article - November 2, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Belligerent Rights - Article - November 9, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Canada - Article - November 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - November 9, 1861 - (18 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Guard Tent—Punishment Drill in the Federal Camp.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, p. 485 - Illustration - November 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Guard Tent—Punishment Drill in the Federal Camp.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, p. 485.
    vol. 39, no. 1116, p. 467. November 9, 1861

  • London, Saturday, November 9, 1861. - Article - November 9, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Cutting Off a Confederate Despatch-Galley on the Potomac, near Freestone Point.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—SEE SUPPLEMENT, PAGE 485. - Illustration - November 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Cutting off a Confederate Despatch-Galley on the Potomac, Near Freestone Point.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.-See Supplement, Page 485.
    vol. 39, no. 1116, p. 470. November 9, 1861

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - November 9, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [The American National Hymn] - Article - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - November 16, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
  • Beauregard's Head-Quarters - Article - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Fairfax Courthouse; The Head-Quarters Of General Beauregard. - Illustration - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Fairfax Courthouse; the Head-Quarters of General Beauregard.
    vol. 39, no. 1117, p. 491. November 16, 1861

  • View of St. Joe, Missouri, from the Kansas Side - Illustration - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    View of St. Joe, Missouri, from the Kansas Side.
    vol. 39, no. 1117, p. 491. November 16, 1861

  • St. Joseph, on the Missouri - Article - November 16, 1861 - (8 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, November 16, 1861. - Article - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Lord Mayor's Day - Article - November 16, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Brigham Young - Article - November 16, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Brigham Young, President and Chief Prophet of the Mormon Church. and The Residence of Brigham Young at the Great Salt Lake City, Utah. - Illustration - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Brigham Young, President and Chief Prophet of the Mormon Church.
    vol. 39, no. 1117, p. 503. November 16, 1861

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    The Residence of Brigham Young at the Great Salt Lake City, Utah.
    vol. 39, no. 1117, p. 503. November 16, 1861

  • [The Hawaian Government] - Article - November 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: The Fight at Ball's Bluff, Upper Potomac— Desperate Effort Made by the 15th Massachusetts Regiment to Clear the Woods by a Bayonet Charge.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.—See Page 514. - Illustration - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: the Fight at Ball's Bluff, Upper Potomac—Desperate Effort Made by the 15th Massachusetts Regiment to Clear the Woods by a Bayonet Charge.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist. —See Page 514.
    vol. 39, no. 1118, p. 511. November 23, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Article - November 23, 1861 - (34 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Retreat of the Federalists after the Fight at Ball's Bluff, Upper Potomac, Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Retreat of the Federalists after the Fight at Ball's Bluff, Upper Potomac, Virginia.- From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1118, p. 514. November 23, 1861

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, November 23, 1861 - Article - November 23, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [New Adelphi] - Article - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [An Infernal Machine] - Article - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Extraordinary Capture at Sea] - Article - November 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Nashville at Southampton - Article - November 30, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
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    Destruction of the Federal Merchantman Harvey Birch by the Confederate War-Sloop Nashville.—See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1119, p. 535-536. November 30, 1861

  • Destruction of a Federal American Ship by a Confederate Sloop of War. - Article - November 30, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America. - Article - November 30, 1861 - (21 paragraphs)
  • Latest News From Abroad. - Article - November 30, 1861 - (13 paragraphs)
  • Seizure of Confederate Commissioners. - Article - November 30, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [A number of Americans in London] - Article - November 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Sword of Honour Presented to General M'Clellan by the City of Philadelphia - Article - November 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, November 30, 1861 - Article - November 30, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • [It appears from the report of the Postmaster-General] - Article - November 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Fort Montgomery. - Article - November 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Fort Montgomery at Rouse's Point, Lake Champlain
    vol. 39, no. 1119, p. 562. November 30, 1861

  • The Civil War in America: Federal Picket on the Potomac, in Front of the Confederate Batteries.- From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.- See Page 570. - Illustration - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Federal Picket on the Potomac, in front of the Confederate Batteries.- from a Special Artist.- See Page 570.
    vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 567. December 7, 1861

  • The Trent and the San Jacinto. - Article - December 7, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - December 7, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
  • [The American Vessel] - Article - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraphs)
  • [Some months ago the Perthshire] - Article - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraphs)
  • [The United States' Navy] - Article - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America. - Article - December 7, 1861 - (25 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: "My Reconnaissance with General Sickles in the Potomac."—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: 'My Reconnaissance with General Sickles in the Potomac.'—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 570. December 7, 1861

  • Illustrations of the War in America. - Article - December 7, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: The Confederate Batteries on the Lower Potomac, Virginia Shore, Opposite Budd's Ferry—Government Store-Schooners Running the Blockade.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. And The Civil War In America: The Ten-Pounder Gun Battery (Federalist) at Budd's Ferry, Lower Potomac, Opposite the Confederate Batteries on the Virginia Shore.- From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 570,572. December 7, 1861

  • London, Saturday, December 7, 1861 - Article - December 7, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Country News. - Article - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Seizure by Captain Wilks, of the United States' War-Ship San Jacinto, of Messrs. Slidell and Mason, Confederate Commissioners, on Board the British Mail-Steamer Trent.—See Next Page. - Illustration - December 7, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Seizure by Captain Wilks, of the United States' War-ship San Jacinto, of Messrs. Slidell and Mason, Confederate Commissioners, on Board the British Mail-Steamer Trent.—See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 583. December 7, 1861

  • Seizure of Confederate Commissioners. - Article - December 7, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Our Controversy with America. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (17 paragraphs)
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    Captain Wilks, of the San Jacinto
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 591-592. December 14, 1861

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    The Confederate Commissioners to England and France Seized on Board the Trent.—see next page.
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 591-592. December 14, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (43 paragraphs)
  • The North American Frontier. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
  • [Commander Williams, R.N.,] - Article - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Captain James Moir. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
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    Captain Moir, of the Trent.
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 594. December 14, 1861

  • London, Saturday, December 14, 1861 - Article - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • General M'Clellan, Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Forces.—See Supplement, Page 612. - Illustration - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    General M'Clellan, Commander-in-chief of the Federal Forces.—See Supplement, Page 612.
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 599. December 14, 1861

  • Embarkation at Woolwich, Yesterday Week, of the E Battery Fourth Brigade of Royal Field Artillery on Board the Melbourne for Canada.— SEE NEXT PAGE. - Illustration - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Embarkation at Woolwich, Yesterday Week, of the E Battery Fourth Brigade of Royal Field Artillery on Board the Melbourne for Canada.—See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 607. December 14, 1861

  • Naval and Military Intelligence. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (13 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: The Confederate Army— Mississippians Passing in Review Before General Beauregard and Staff - Illustration - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: the Confederate Army— Mississippians Passing in Review before General Beauregard and Staff
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 610. December 14, 1861

  • The Civil War in America: Torchlight Procession of General Blenker's Brigade at Washington in Honour of General M'Clellan Taking Command of the Federal Army.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Next Page. - Illustration - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Torchlight Procession of General Blenker's Brigade at Washington in Honour of General M'Clellan Taking Command of the Federal Army.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 611. December 14, 1861

  • Torchlight Procession at Washington. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Episcopal Church at Fairfax] - Article - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • General M'Clellan. - Article - December 14, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Reinforcements for Canada: The Military Train.—See Page 620. - Illustration - December 21, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Reinforcements for Canada: the Military Train.— See Page 620.
    vol. 39, no. 1122, p. 615. December 21, 1861

  • [Commander Williams] - Article - December 21, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Message of President Lincoln] - Article - December 21, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America. - Article - December 21, 1861 - (28 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, December 21,1861. - Article - December 21, 1861 - (28 paragraphs)
  • Naval and Military Intelligence. - Article - December 21, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustration of the War in America. - Article - December 21, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: Skirmish Near Fall's Church, Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1122, p. 650-651. December 21, 1861

  • The Boundary Line between the United States and Canada.— SEE NEXT PAGE. - Illustration - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Boundary Line between the Unites States and Canada.-See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1124, p. 655. December 28, 1861

  • The Boundary Line Between the United States and Canada - Article - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America. - Article - December 28, 1861 - (14 paragraphs)
  • The British Colonies in North America. - Article - December 28, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Reinforcements for Canada: The Guards Leaving the South-Western Railway Station for Southampton.—See Next Page. and Shipping Munitions of War at the Tower for Canada.— See Next Page. - Illustration - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Reinforcements for Canada: the Guards Leaving the South-Western Railway Station for Southampton.—See Next Page. and Shipping Munitions of War at the Tower for Canada.—See Next Page.
    vol. 39, no. 1124, p. 659. December 28, 1861

  • London, Saturday, December 28, 1861. - Article - December 28, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Naval and Military Intelligence. - Article - December 28, 1861 - (12 paragraphs)
  • Reinforcements for Canada: The Guards Crossing Westminster-Bridge on Their Way to the South-Western Railway Station.—See Preceding Page - Illustration - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Reinforcements for Canada: the Guards Crossing Westminster-Bridge on Their Way to the South-Western Railway Station.—See Preceding Page
    vol. 39, no. 1122, p. 662. December 28, 1861

  • The Civil War in America: Drumming Out a Soldier of the Federal Army through the Streets of Washington.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Drumming out a Soldier of the Federal Army through the Streets of Washington.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 39, no. 1122, p. 666. December 28, 1861

  • [M. Hautefeuille on the Trent Case] - Article - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The French Government and the Outrage on the Trent. - Article - December 28, 1861 - (17 paragraphs)
  • [We state for the satisfaction] - Article - December 28, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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