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Illustrated London News: Volume 40

  • The Past Year - Article - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 4, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
  • Latest News from Abroad - Article - January 4, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Slidell and Mason Case Argued at the American Bar,—From a sketch by our special artist,—see supplement, page 19. - Illustration - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Slidell and Mason Case Argued at the American Bar.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 19.
    vol. 40, no. 1125, p. 4. January 4, 1862

  • [Annual Emigration Returns-Extraordinary Falling-Off] - Article - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, January 4, 1862 - Article - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Mason and Slidell Case, and Its Effect on the Americans - Article - January 4, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Relations Between the Governments of Great Britain and the United States, from the Treaty of Ghent until the Inauguration of President Lincoln - Article - January 4, 1862 - (24 paragraphs)
  • [The Norfolk Daybook, a Virginian newspaper] - Article - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Scientific News - Article - January 4, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Prospects of the Year - Article - January 11, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 11, 1862 - (33 paragraphs)
  • Latest News from Abroad - Article - January 11, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, January 11, 1862 - Article - January 11, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Execution of a Deserter in the Federal Camp; Alexandria.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist - Illustration - January 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Execution of a Deserter in the Federal Camp; Alexandria. —From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1126, p. 40. January 4, 1862

  • [Among the Illustrations of the civil war in America] - Article - January 11, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The privateer Sumter] - Article - January 11, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. Wendell Phillips delivered a speech] - Article - January 11, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Past Danger and Present Duty - Article - January 18, 1862 - (8 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 18, 1862 - (19 paragraphs)
  • Additional Official Correspondence on the Trent Affair - Article - January 18, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Advanced Post of General Blenker's Division Surprised at Anandale, Virginia, by Confederate Calvary.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - January 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Advanced Post of General Blenker's Division Surprised at Anandale, Virginia, by Confederate Calvary.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist
    vol. 40, no. 1127, p. 61. January 18, 1862

  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - January 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Great International Railway Suspension-Bridge over the Niagara River, Connecting the New York Central and the Great Western of Canada Railways.—See page 67. - Illustration - January 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Great International Railway Suspension-Bridge over the Niagara River, Connecting the New York Central and the Great Western of Canada Railways.
    vol. 40, no. 1127, p. 64-65. January 18, 1862

  • [The Queen has approved of Mr. James Q. Howard] - Article - January 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Great International Railway Suspension Bridge Over the Niagara River - Article - January 18, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • [On the 26th of December the Government stables at Washington were destroyed by fire] - Article - January 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 25, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • The Tuscarora in Southampton Water - Article - January 25, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Outrage on the Trent: Lord Lyons Communicating Earl Russell's Despatch to Mr. Secretary Seward. - Illustration - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Outrage on the Trent: Lord Lyons Communicating Earl Russell's Despatch to Mr. Secretary Seward
    vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 82. January 25, 1862

  • [The Queen has approved of Mr. Horace N. Congar as Consul] - Article - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, January 25, 1862 - Article - January 25, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • [Commander Semmes of the Confederate] - Article - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Advance of the Skirmishers of the Bucktail Rifles on the Confederate Position at Drainsville, Virginia - Illustration - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Advance of the Skirmishers of the Bucktail Rifles on the Confederate Position at Drainsville, Virginia, From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.— See Supplement, p. 95.
    vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 91. January 25, 1862

  • Mr. Yancey, Commissioner of the Confederate States - Article - January 25, 1862 - (9 paragraphs)
  • Mr. Yancey, Once of the Commissioners from the Confederate States of America to the European Courts. - Illustration - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Mr. Yancey, One of the Commissioners from the Confederate States of America to the European Courts.
    vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 95. January 25, 1862

  • Illustrations of the Civil War in America - Article - January 25, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
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    The War in America: A Night Alarm in the Federal Camp—Signalling from the Right Bank of the Potomac to Head-Quarters in Washington. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.[p. 95]
    vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 95-96. January 25, 1862

  • [A proposal for a national subscription] - Article - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Our Relations with America - Article - January 25, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • The Blocking-Up of Charleston - Article - January 25, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • The Federal Sloop-of-War Tuscarora in Southampton Water.—See page 81. - Illustration - January 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Federal Sloop-of-War Tuscarora in Southampton Water.—See page 81.
    vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 98. January 25, 1862

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 1,1862 - (14 paragraphs)
  • Large exports of arms continue - Article - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Trent Case and the Blocking-Up of Charleston Harbour - Article - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, February 1, 1862 - Article - February 1,1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Capture by the Confederate Ship Sumter of Two Federal Merchant Barques off Gibraltar - Article - February 1,1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • The Confederate Sloop-of-War Sumter Capturing Two Federal Merchantmen off Gibraltar.—See Preceeding[sic] Page. - Illustration - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Confederate Sloop-of-War Sumter Capturing Two Federal Merchantmen Off Gibraltar.—See Preceeding Preceding Page.
    vol. 40, no. 1129, p. 114. February 1,1862

  • New-Year's Reception at the White House, Washington - Illustration - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    New-Year's Reception at the White House, Washington.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist—See Next Page.
    vol. 40, no. 1129, p. 119. February 1,1862

  • The Civil War in America - Article - February 1,1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • A letter from Hamburg - Article - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • A Confederate Commissioner on the Slave Trade - Article - February 1,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Colonel Samuel Colt - Article - February 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Session of Parliament - Article - February 8,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 8,1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • Belligerents in British Ports - Article - February 8,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, February 8, 1862 - Article - February 8,1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Opening of Parliament - Article - February 8,1862 - (19 paragraphs)
  • The Allied Intervention in Mexico - Article - February 15,1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 15,1862 - (13 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, February 15, 1862 - Article - February 15,1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - February 15,1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Tuscarora Sailed - Article - February 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Parliamentary Papers Concerning the Civil War - Article - February 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Colton's Map of the Southern States of America - Article - February 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 22,1862 - (23 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Hatteras Spit, with the Wreck of the City of New York on the Bar in the Distance. - Illustration - February 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Hatteras Spit, with the Wreck of the City of New York on the Bar in the Distance.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1132, p. 186. February 22,1862

  • The Civil War in America: The Picket Leading the Ships of the Burnside Expedition over the Hatteras Bar. - Illustration - February 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: The Picket Leading the Ships of the Burnside Expedition over the Hatteras Bar.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 200.
    vol. 40, no. 1132, p. 187. February 22,1862

  • London, Saturday, February 22, 1862 - Article - February 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - February 22,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - February 22,1862 - (11 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 1,1862 - (30 paragraphs)
  • The Confederate Steamer Sumter was at Gibraltar - Article - March 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, March 1, 1862 - Article - March 1,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - March 1,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • A Democratic Levee - Article - March 1,1862 - (13 paragraphs)
  • The War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition - Article - March 1,1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 8,1862 - (12 paragraphs)
  • The Lieutenant - Article - March 8,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, March 8, 1862 - Article - March 8,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Provisional Camp of a Portion of the Burnside Expedition at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina - Illustration - March 8,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Provisional Camp of a Portion of the Burnside Expedition at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina—From a Sketch by our Special Artist
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 258. March 8,1862

  • The Civil War in America: Camp Winfield, Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina - Illustration - March 8, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Camp Winfield, Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 262.
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 258. March 8, 1862

  • Sketches from the Washoe Silver Region, North America: Virginia City from the South, Mount Davidson, Cedar Hill and Six Miles Gutch - Illustration - March 8, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Sketches from the Washoe Silver Region, North America: Virginia City from the South, Mount Davidson, Cedar Hill and Six Miles Gutch.—See page 362 262 .
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 259. March 8, 1862

  • The Washoe Mining Region - Article - March 8,1862 - (8 paragraphs)
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    Sketches from the Washoe Silver Region, America: Gold Hill, Mount Davidson, and the Ophir Road.
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 262. March 8,1862

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    Sketches from the Washoe Silver Region, North America: Devil's Gate, and the Crushing Mills at the North End of Silver City
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 262. March 8,1862

  • Illustrations of the Civil War in America - Article - March 8,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Provisional Camp of a Portion of the Burnside Expedition at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina—From a Sketch by our Special Artist and The Civil War in America: Camp Winfield, Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 262.
    vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 262. March 8,1862

  • Capture of Fort Donnelson - Article - March 15,1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 15,1862 - (17 paragraphs)
  • The City of Baltimore - Article - March 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Annie Childs - Article - March 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, March 15, 1862 - Article - March 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - March 15,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 22,1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, March 22, 1862 - Article - March 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - March 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • A Negro Named Micajah Phillips - Article - March 22,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate Batteries at Roanoke Island by the Federal Gun-boat.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist—See Next Page and The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: Fort Barrow, Roanoke Island, after its Capture by the Federalists.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - March 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate Batteries at Roanoke Island by the Federal Gun-boat.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist—See Next Page. and The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: Fort Bartow, Roanoke Island, after its Capture by the Federalists.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1136, p. 295. March 22,1862

  • The Federal Victory at Roanoke Island - Article - March 22,1862 - (8 paragraphs)
  • Miss Jane G. Swisshelm - Article - March 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 29,1862 - (15 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: The 9th New York (Hawkins's Zouaves) and the 21st Massachusetts Taking the Confederate Fieldwork on Roanoke Island at the Point of Bayonet. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 296. - Illustration - March 22,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: The 9th New York(Hawkins's Zouaves) and the 21st Massachusetts Taking the Confederate Fieldwork on Roanoke Island at the Point of Bayonet. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 296.
    vol. 40, no. 1136, p. 298. March 22,1862

  • The American Iron-Clad Vessels - Article - March 29,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Latest News from Abroad - Article - March 29,1862 - (17 paragraphs)
  • Breaking Up of the Ice at New York - Illustration - March 29,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Breaking Up of the Ice at New York: A View from the East River. See supplement, page 320.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 307. March 29,1862

  • London, Saturday, March 29, 1862 - Article - March 29,1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners in Camp Georgia, Roanoke Island—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - March 29,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners in Camp Georgia, Roanoke Island—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. See Supplement, page 320.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 310. March 29,1862

  • Breaking Up of the Ice, New York - Article - March 29,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Confederate Prisoners at Roanoke Island - Article - March 29,1862 - (8 paragraphs)
  • The Recent Floods in Sacramento Valley, California—The Corner of L and Fourth Streets, Sacramento City: View through L-Street Eastwards—See Page 326. - Illustration - March 29, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Recent Floods in Sacramento Valley, California.—The Corner of L and Fourth Streets, Sacramento City: View through L-Street Eastwards.—See Page 326.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 323. March 29, 1862

  • The Recent Floods in Sacramento Valley, California - Article - March 29, 1862 - (9 paragraphs)
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    The U.S. Revenue Steamer Schubric Anchored in the Sacramento, near Rio Vista.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 326. March 29, 1862

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    The Levee Opposite K-Street, Sacramento City, at Three a.m. on the 24th of January Last, during the Third Flood.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 326. March 29, 1862

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    Sixth-Street, Sacramento City, Looking South.
    vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 326. March 29, 1862

  • The Naval Revolution - Article - April 5, 1862 - (8 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America—Naval Engagement in Hampton Roads: The Confederate Iron-Plated Steamer Merrimac (or Virginia) Running into the Federal Sloop Cumberland.—From a Sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 344.
    vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 327. April 5, 1862

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 5, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Fight in Hampton Roads between the Federal floating-battery Monitor and the Confederate Iron-Plated Steamer Merrimac (or Virginia). From a Sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 344. - Illustration - April 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Fight in Hampton Roads between the Federal floating-battery Monitor and the Confederate Iron-Plated Steamer Merrimac(or Virginia). From a Sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 344.
    vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 330. April 5, 1862

  • London, Saturday, April 5, 1862 - Article - April 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Mr. George Peabody - Article - April 5, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Schooner Adelaide - Article - April 5, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Baggage-Waggons and Gun-Carriages of the Army of the Potomac on the Move.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - April 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Baggage-Waggons and Gun-Carriages of the Army of the Potomac on the Move.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 334. April 5, 1862

  • Munificent Gift to the London Poor by Mr. Peabody - Article - April 5, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
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    Mr. George Peabody.—See page 383 333 .
    vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 335. April 5, 1862

  • The Confederate Account of the Naval Fight in Hampton Roads - Article - April 5, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • [A Book Which Is Entitled "The War in America"] - Article - April 5, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • English and American Iron-Cased Ships - Article - April 5, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: General Burnside.—From a sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 376. - Illustration - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: General Burnside.—From a sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 376.
    vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 359. April 12, 1862

  • [The Last of the Sons of Audubon] - Article - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [At the Court of Common Pleas in the United States] - Article - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 12, 1862 - (17 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Federals Advancing on the Abandoned Confederate Positions at Centreville.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 376 - Illustration - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Federals Advancing on the Abandoned Confederate Positions at Centreville.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 376
    vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 359. April 12, 1862

  • [The Confederate Ship Sophia] - Article - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Action between the Merrimac (or Virginia) and the Monitor in Hampton Roads - Illustration - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Action between the Merrimac (or Virginia) and the Monitor in Hampton Roads.
    vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 366-367. April 12, 1862

  • The Civil War in America: Federal Calvary Scouts Entering the Depot at Manassas Junction.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist—See Supplement, page 376. - Illustration - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Federal Calvary Scouts Entering the Depot at Manassas Junction.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist—See Supplement, page 376.
    vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 366-367. April 12, 1862

  • [A Military School] - Article - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [An American Journal] - Article - April 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - April 12, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The American Iron-Clad Vessels - Article - April 12, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Diadem Rescuing the Crew of the C. W. Connor - Article - April 12, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
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    H.M.S. Diadem Taking Off the Crew of the Dismasted American Ship C.W. Connor, near Bermuda.—See Preceding Page.
    vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 381. April 12, 1862

  • Our American Brothers - Article - April 19, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 19, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [A Deputation from the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society] - Article - April 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [According to the New Post-Office Laws] - Article - April 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The New York Times - Article - April 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Reconnaissance Made by General Stoneman, Accompanied by the Comte de Paris and the Duc de Chartres, to Cedar Run.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See next page.(Full Page) - Illustration - April 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Reconnaissance Made by General Stoneman, Accompanied by the Comte de Paris and the Duc de Chartres, to Cedar Run.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See next page.
    vol. 40, no. 1140, p. 403. April 19, 1862

  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - April 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 26, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [Dr. Russell] - Article - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - April 26, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, April 26, 1862 - Article - April 26, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: A Portion of the Abandoned Confederate Works and Camp at Centreville.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: A Portion of the Abandoned Confederate Works and Camp at Centreville.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1141, p. 418. April 26, 1862

  • Recapture of a Prize - Article - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Corinth - Article - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Paris Letter] - Article - April 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 3,1862 - (22 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, May 3, 1862 - Article - May 3, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Accounts Have Been Received] - Article - May 3,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - May 3,1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Embarkation of a Portion of the Army of the Potomac at Alexandria, near Washington.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - May 3,1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Embarkation of a Portion of the Army of the Potomac at Alexandria, near Washington.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1142, p. 458. May 3,1862

  • William Henry Seward, the American Secretary of State - Article - May 3,1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 10,1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, May 10, 1862 - Article - May 10, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • New Orleans - Article - May 10, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 17, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, May 17 - Article - May 17, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - May 17, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Captain Wilson, of the Emily St. Pierre - Article - May 17, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Captain William Wilson, of the Emily St. Pierre - Illustration - May 17, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Captain William Wilson, of the Emily St. Pierre.
    vol. 40, no. 1144, p. 507. May 17, 1862

  • The French in Mexico - Article - May 24, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 24, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, May 24, 1862 - Article - May 24, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - May 24, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Steward and Cook of the Emily St. Pierre - Article - May 24, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Cook and Steward of the Emily St. Pierre - Illustration - May 24, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Cook and Steward of the Emily St. Pierre.
    vol. 40, no. 1145, p. 531. May 24, 1862

  • Postage Stamps - Article - May 24, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • A Run by Rail from Washington to St. Louis - Article - May 24, 1862 - (9 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 31, 1862 - (27 paragraphs)
  • Richmond, Virginia - Article - May 31, 1862 - (13 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: General View of Richmond, Virginia.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews. - Illustration - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: General View of Richmond, Virginia.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews.
    vol. 40, no. 1147, p. 547. May 31, 1862

  • The City Quay, Richmond.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews - Illustration - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The City Quay, Richmond.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews.
    vol. 40, no. 1147, p. 547. May 31, 1862

  • Railway Bridge Over the Rapids of James River.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews. - Illustration - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Railway Bridge Over the Rapids of James River.—From a Sketch by G.H. Andrews.
    vol. 40, no. 1147, p. 547. May 31, 1862

  • London, Saturday, May 31, 1862 - Article - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The War in America: General Pope's Division at the Levee, Cairo, on its Way from New Madrid to Reinforce General Halleck, near Corinth.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - May 31, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: General Pope's Division at the Levee, Cairo, on its Way from New Madrid to Reinforce General Halleck, near Corinth.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist .
    vol. 40, no. 1147, p. 554. May 31, 1862

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 7, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • Letters for the Southern States of America - Article - June 7, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. Sumner] - Article - June 7, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Chinese in California - Article - June 7, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Literature - Article - June 7, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Contest in America - Article - June 14, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: Jefferson Thompson's Guerrillas Shooting at Federal Boats on the Mississippi.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 607.
    vol. 40, no. 1149, p. 599. June 14, 1862

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 14, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • The Fredericksburg Examiner - Article - June 14, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, June 14, 1862 - Article - June 14, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Great Eastern] - Article - June 14, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Old Charter] - Article - June 14, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustrations of the Civil War in America - Article - June 14, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Engagement off Fort Pillow, Mississippi River, between Federal and Confederate Gun-Boats.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - June 14, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Engagement off Fort Pillow, Mississippi River, between Federal and Confederate Gun-Boats.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1149, p. 607. June 14, 1862

  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 14, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - June 14, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Number of Oil Wells] - Article - June 14, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 21, 1862 - (15 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, June 21, 1862 - Article - June 21, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - June 21, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York Lawyers] - Article - June 21, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 28, 1862 - (17 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, June 28, 1862 - Article - June 28, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - June 28, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Midnight Storm on the Mississippi—Federal Flotilla at Anchor off Fort Pillow.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - June 28, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Midnight Storm on the Mississippi—Federal Flotilla at Anchor off Fort Pillow.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 40, no. 1151, p. 655. June 28, 1862

  • [Messrs. George Peabody and Co.] - Article - June 28, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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