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Illustrated London News: Volume 42

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 3, 1863 - (21 paragraphs)
  • [The Confederate Sumter] - Article - January 3, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Advices from Philadelphia] - Article - January 3, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Battle of Fredericksburg. - Article - January 3, 1863 - (42 paragraphs)
  • [Literature] - Article - January 3, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • American Maps. - Article - January 3, 1863 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Claiming Exemption from the Draught in New York.--See Page 30. - Illustration - January 3, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Claiming Exemption from the Draught in New York.--See Page 30.
    vol.42, no.1182, p. 28. January 3, 1863

  • The Civil War in America: Advance of the Federals Towards Lee Town, Jefferson County, Virginia--Stuart's Flying Artillery Coming into Action.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The Civil War in America: Retreat of the Federals From Jefferson County After their Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach Winchester.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Next Page. - Illustration - January 3, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Advance of the Federals Towards Lee Town, Jefferson County, Virginia--Stuart's Flying Artillery Coming into Action.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The Civil War in America: Retreat of the Federals From Jefferson County After their Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach Winchester.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Next Page.
    vol.42, no.1182, p. 29. January 3, 1863

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - January 3, 1863 - (7 paragraphs)
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    Confederate Flag.
    vol. 42, no. 1182, p. 30. January 3, 1863

  • The West Indies, Free Labour, and Cotton - Article - January 10, 1863 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 10, 1863 - (22 paragraphs)
  • [Messrs. Bacon and Co.] - Article - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, January 10, 1863 - Article - January 10, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [The Annual Stocktaking of the Liverpool Cotton Market] - Article - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [An American Paper] - Article - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Positions of the Federal and the Confederate Pickets on the Rappahannock at Fredericksburg, Dec. 4, 1862.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 44.; Night Amusements in the Confederate Camp.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 44.; Fredericksburg, Virginia, Scene of the Recent Battle Between the Federals and the Confederates.--See Page 44. - Illustration - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Positions of the Federal and the Confederate Pickets on the Rappahannock at Fredericksburg, Dec. 4, 1862.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 44.; Night Amusements in the Confederate Camp.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 44.; Fredericksburg, Virginia, Scene of the Recent Battle Between the Federals and the Confederates.--See Page 44.
    vol.42, no.1183, p. 40-41. January 10, 1863

  • [It is Rumoured that Captain Semmes] - Article - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - January 10, 1863 - (7 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: General Longstreet's Corps (Confederates) Crossing the Blue Ridge from the Shenandoah to the Rappahannock, Virginia.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol. 42, no. 1183, p. 43. January 10, 1863

  • [The Latest Measurement of Those Freshwater Seas] - Article - January 10, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Career of the Alabama. - Article - January 10, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 17, 1863 - (24 paragraphs)
  • [The Alabama had Played a Bold Trick] - Article - January 17, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Carreer of the Alabama] - Article - January 17, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, January 17, 1863 - Article - January 17, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • [The New York Tribune States] - Article - January 17, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Echoes of the Week - Article - January 17, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Battle-field of Fredericksburg. - Illustration - January 17, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Battle-field of Fredericksburg.
    vol.42, no.1184, p. 80. January 17, 1863

  • The Battle of Fredericksburg - Article - January 17, 1863 - (9 paragraphs)
  • Tammany Hotel, New York (About to be Pulled Down), The Head-Quarters of the Democratic Party. - Illustration - January 17, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Tammany Hotel, New York (About to be Pulled Down), The Head-Quarters of the Democratic Party.
    vol.42, no.1184, p. 84. January 17, 1863

  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - January 24, 1863 - (19 paragraphs)
  • London; Saturday, January 24, 1863 - Article - January 24, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Echoes of the Week - Article - January 24, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The North Pacific Review] - Article - January 24, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York Tribune Says] - Article - January 24, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The American Philosophical Society] - Article - January 24, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 31, 1863 - (24 paragraphs)
  • [The Amount of Money to be Paid] - Article - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The United States' Government has Appointed] - Article - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. P.A.Taylor, M.P., Met his Constituents] - Article - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Smart-looking Screw-steamer, the Georgiana] - Article - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • London; Saturday, January 31, 1863 - Article - January 31, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The Bombardment of Fredericksburg, Virginia, By the Federals, on Dec. 11.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Bombardment of Fredericksburg, Virginia, By the Federals, on Dec. 11.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1186, p. 116. January 31, 1863

  • The Battle of Fredericksburg: Assault of the Federals on Marye's Hill and the Battery of the Washington Artillery.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Battle of Fredericksburg: Assault of the Federals on Marye's Hill and the Battery of the Washington Artillery.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1186, p. 117. January 31, 1863

  • Illustrations of the War in America. - Article - January 31, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [General Tom Thumb] - Article - January 31, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - Article - February 7, 1863 - (19 paragraphs)
  • [A Mournful Catastrophe] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Meeting was Held at Rochdale] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Message of the President of the Republic of Liberia] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, February 7, 1863 - Article - February 7, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Opening of Parliament - Article - February 7, 1863 - (15 paragraphs)
  • [The New York Times of the 17th Says] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Echoes of the Week. - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Negro Emancipation: the Meeting in Exeter Hall - Article - February 7, 1863 - (20 paragraphs)
  • France and America - Article - February 7, 1863 - (8 paragraphs)
  • [A Report is Prevalent] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Messrs. Glass, Elliott, and Co., of London, had Proposed] - Article - February 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 14, 1863 - (22 paragraphs)
  • [Mr. Lincoln has Replied to the Address] - Article - February 14, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The George Griswold Arrived in the Mersey] - Article - February 14, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: General Lee, Commander of the Confederate Army in Northern Virginia.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The Civil War in America: General 'Stonewall' Jackson. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - February 14, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: General Lee, Commander of the Confederate Army in Northern Virginia.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.;The Civil War in America: General "Stonewall" Jackson. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1188, p. 185. February 14, 1863

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - February 14, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 21, 1863 - (31 paragraphs)
  • Major-General J.E.B. Stuart, Commanding Cavalry of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. - Illustration - February 21, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Major-General J.E.B. Stuart, Commanding Cavalry of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
    vol.42, no.1189, p. 192. February 21, 1863

  • General J.E.B. Stuart - Article - February 21, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, February 21, 1863 - Article - February 21, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [The Steam-ship Gibraltar] - Article - February 21, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 28, 1863 - (24 paragraphs)
  • [The Anniversary Banquet in Commemoration of the Birthday of George Washington] - Article - February 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Entrance to Charleston Harbour, With its Defences.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist at Charleston.--See Supplement, Page 230. - Illustration - February 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Entrance to Charleston Harbour, With its Defences.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist at Charleston.--See Supplement, Page 230.
    vol.42, no.1190, p. 220-221. February 28, 1863

  • The Civil War in America: Unsuccessful Attempt of the Army of the Potomac to Cross the Rappahannock on the 20th of January Last.--See Next Page. - Illustration - February 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Unsuccessful Attempt of the Army of the Potomac to Cross the Rappahannock on the 20th of January Last.--See Next Page.
    vol.42, no.1190, p. 229. February 28, 1863

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - February 28, 1863 - (13 paragraphs)
  • [The Chicago Tribune Says] - Article - February 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - Article - March 1, 1863 - (25 paragraphs)
  • Arrival of Another "Relief-Ship" From America - Article - March 1, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Dictator, A Steam-boat Now Building at New York] - Article - March 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The American Papers Assert] - Article - March 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Scientific News - Article - March 7, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 14, 1863 - (11 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 21, 1863 - (13 paragraphs)
  • [The Alabama Appears to be Successfully Pursuing] - Article - March 21, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Literature. - Article - March 21, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • State Rights and Federal Assumptions in America - Article - March 28, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 28, 1863 - (20 paragraphs)
  • [A New Variety of Sweet Potato] - Article - March 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - March 28, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [In New York] - Article - March 28, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The War in America: Attack on the Blockading Squadron off Charleston by Iron-clad Gun-boats.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 372. - Illustration - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Attack on the Blockading Squadron off Charleston by Iron-clad Gun-boats.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 372.
    vol.42, no.1197, p. 365. April 4, 1863

  • Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - Article - April 4, 1863 - (15 paragraphs)
  • Ice Bridge at Niagara. - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Admiral Porter, Commander of the Federal Upper Mississippi Squadron] - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The War in America: Charleston, From Fort Johnson.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The War in America: The Defences of Charleston, Looking Seaward.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Charleston, From Fort Johnson.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.;The War in America: The Defences of Charleston, Looking Seaward.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1197, p. 372-373. April 4, 1863

  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - April 4, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Artillery and Musketry - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Sketches in Parliament - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Arizona] - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Victoria (Texas) Advocate Says] - Article - April 4, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - April 11, 1863 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [Her Majesty's Government] - Article - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Small, Wood-built Screw-steamer] - Article - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The War in America: Arrival of a Federal Steamer with Flag of Truce at Madisonville, Lake Portchartrain.--See Next Page. - Illustration - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Arrival of a Federal Steamer with Flag of Truce at Madisonville, Lake Portchartrain.--See Next Page.
    vol.42, no.1198, p. 401. April 11, 1863

  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, April 11, 1863 - Article - April 11, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The Coming Struggle at Charleston - Article - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Alabama at Port Royal, Jamaica. - Illustration - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Alabama at Port Royal, Jamaica.
    vol.42, no.1198, p. 420. April 11, 1863

  • The Alabama at Port Royal, Jamaica - Article - April 11, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 18, 1863 - (19 paragraphs)
  • [At Louisville, in Kentucky] - Article - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A New York Journal States] - Article - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Queen Has Approved] - Article - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Another Cruiser for the Confederates] - Article - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustrations of the War in America - Article - April 18, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: The Town and Fortifications of Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: The Town and Fortifications of Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1199, p. 432. April 18, 1863

  • The War in America: Negroes at Work on the Fortifications at Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The War in America: Attack by Federal Gun-boats on Fort M'Allister, Ogeechee River, Near Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - April 18, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Negroes at Work on the Fortifications at Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The War in America: Attack by Federal Gun-boats on Fort M'Allister, Ogeechee River, Near Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1199, p. 433. April 18, 1863

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 25, 1863 - (18 paragraphs)
  • Echoes of the Week - Article - April 25, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - April 25, 1863 - (15 paragraphs)
  • [Professor Agassiz Begins] - Article - April 25, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Alleged Confederate Gun-boat] - Article - April 25, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 2, 1863 - (17 paragraphs)
  • Metropolitan News - Article - May 2, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Weehawken - Article - May 2, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The U.S. Gun-boat Weehawken, One of the Iron-clads Engaged in the Bombardment of Charleston. - Illustration - May 2, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The U.S. Gun-boat Weehawken, One of the Ironclads Engaged in the Bombardment of Charleston.
    vol.42, no.1201, p. 472. May 2, 1863

  • London; Saturday, May 2, 1863 - Article - May 2, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [Fourteen Vessels] - Article - May 2, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Sketches in Parliament - Article - May 2, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - May 2, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Alleged Enlistment of British Subjects for the Federal Army - Article - May 2, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Attack on Charleston - Article - May 2, 1863 - (16 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 9, 1863 - (19 paragraphs)
  • [It is Understood (says the Times)] - Article - May 9, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Richmond Inquirer Says] - Article - May 9, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Alexandra] - Article - May 9, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Iron-Clad Frigate New Ironsides and Two Ericsson Batteries Going into Action at Charleston.--See Page 523. - Illustration - May 9, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Iron-Clad Frigate New Ironsides and Two Ericsson Batteries Going into Action at Charleston.--See Page 523.
    vol.42, no.1202, p. 517. May 9, 1863

  • Illustration of the Attack on Charleston - Article - May 9, 1863 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 16, 1863 - (11 paragraphs)
  • Master Willie Pape - Article - May 16, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Attack by the Federal Iron-clads on the Harbour Defences of Charleston, Three P.M. of the 7th of April.--from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The Civil War in America: Confederates Sinking Torpedoes by Moonlight in the Harbour Channel, Charleston.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The Civil War in America: The Federal Iron-clad Keokuk as she Appeared on the Morning After the Fight.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 542. - Illustration - May 16, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Attack by the Federal Ironclads on the Harbour Defences of Charleston, Three P.M. of the 7th of April.--from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.;The Civil War in America: Confederates Sinking Torpedoes by Moonlight in the Harbour Channel, Charleston.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.;The Civil War in America: The Federal Ironclad Keokuk as she Appeared on the Morning After the Fight.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Page 542.
    vol.42, no.1203, p. 532-533. May 16, 1863

  • [In the American Papers] - Article - May 16, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - May 16, 1863 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Californian Wonders - Article - May 16, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Affairs Abroad and at Home - Article - May 23, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - Article - May 23, 1863 - (12 paragraphs)
  • Planter's Residence on the Cumbee River, South Carolina - Article - May 23, 1863 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Domestic Life in South Carolina.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Domestic Life in South Carolina.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1204, p. 552. May 23, 1863

  • Planter's Residence on the Cumbee River, South Carolina.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Planter's Residence on the Cumbee River, South Carolina.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.42, no.1204, p. 552. May 23, 1863

  • London: Saturday, May 23, 1863 - Article - May 23, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [It is Estimated] - Article - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [In the Federal Army]. - Article - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Telegram from Pernambuco] - Article - May 23, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 30, 1863 - (27 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: Warrenton, Virginia.--See Page 598. - Illustration - May 30, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Warrenton, Virginia.--See Page 598.
    vol.42, no.1205, p. 593. May 30, 1863

  • Warrenton, Virginia - Article - May 30, 1863 - (9 paragraphs)
  • The War in America: Scene at Fort Moultrie during the Bombardment of Charleston.--See Next Page. - Illustration - June 6, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War in America: Scene at Fort Moultrie during the Bombardment of Charleston.--See Next Page.
    vol.42, no.1207, p. 605. June 6, 1863

  • The War in America - Article - June 6, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 6, 1863 - (18 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - June 6, 1863 - (5 paragraphs)
  • [The Confederate Steamer Alabama] - Article - June 6, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 13, 1863 - (16 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - June 13, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [During the American War] - Article - June 13, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Repairing Damages in the Casemates of Fort Sumter on the Night of the Attack.--See Page 653. - Illustration - June 13, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Repairing Damages in the Casemates of Fort Sumter on the Night of the Attack.--See Page 653.
    vol.42, no.1208, p. 649. June 13, 1863

  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 13, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Two Telegraphic Messages] - Article - June 20, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - Article - June 20, 1863 - (17 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - June 20, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Queen has Approved] - Article - June 20, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • Master Willie Pape, the American Pianist - Article - June 20, 1863 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 27, 1863 - (28 paragraphs)
  • Map of the Seat of War in Virginia.--See Page 702. - Illustration - June 27, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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    Map of the Seat of War in Virginia.--See Page 702.
    vol.42, no.1210, p. 689. June 27, 1863

  • [We Have Received] - Article - June 27, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Battle-fields of Virginia - Article - June 27, 1863 - (32 paragraphs)
  • [The New Haven Journal Says] - Article - June 27, 1863 - (1 paragraph)
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