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Boston Morning Journal, Wednesday Morning, January 25, 1865

Boston, MA: Charles O. Rogers, 1865. 54 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. The charges against Gen. Butler relating to the seizure of gold in New Orleans. Magazine explosion at Fort Fisher. Peace projects by Messrs. Blair, Singleton and others may turn peoples' attention from duty of filling up quota calling for 300,000 additional troops. Report of the loss of the Monitor Potapsco, near Fort Sumter, SC. Commanding officer was LCDR S.P. Quackenbush. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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Boston Morning Journal, Tuesday Morning, January 17, 1865

Boston, MA: Charles O. Rogers, 1865. 54 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. Much discussion devoted to Removal of General Butler and the failed Wilmington expedition. Gen. Butler throws responsibility of failure to Commodore Porter. Lt. General Grant is clearly not happy with Butler. Exchange of prisoners at Mobile. Report of new Rebel ram being finished on the Roanoke river. Much reporting about the death of Edward Everett, prominent Bostonian. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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Boston Evening Transcript, Saturday Evening, December 10, 1864

Boston, MA: Henry W. Dutton & Son, 1864. 49 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. Situation around Nashville-- question whether Hood will dash his army in pieces against the entrenchments of the city, whether he will endeavor to invade Kentucky, or lay siege to Nashville. Rebel papers report that Gen. Sherman is skirmishing with the outposts of Savannah. Movements in Tennessee: Gen. Burbridge flanks Breckinridge. Considerable excitement in Louisville, KY with arrest of gamblers and impressment of horses. The Episcopal church is growing rapidly in New England: St. John's church in Gloucester was occupied for the first time on Sunday last. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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Boston Morning Journal, Monday Morning, January 23, 1865

Boston, MA: Charles O. Rogers, 1865. 54 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. The assault on Fort Fisher by Gen. Terry shows firmness and bravery, and shows that statements that Army is badly demoralized by crowds of substitutes and bounty jumpers are untrue. Discussion of Gen. Sherman's strategy, which is driving rebels crazy. He has occupied the rebel works at Pocotaligo, within a day's march of Branchville, SC. Collision of two army transport ships near New Orleans cost lives of five men. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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Boston Morning Journal, Friday Morning, January 6, 1865

Boston, MA: Charles O. Rogers, 1865. 54 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. The Richmond Jeremiades. Discusses prospect of speedy triumph of U.S. government, and Richmond's idea to beg recognition of England and France through the abolition of slavery. Trade with the Rebel States-- Spies among the Speculators. Discussion on what Gen. Sherman will do next. Cincinnati correspondent describes the stagnation of the South in the vicinity of Sherman's march through Georgia. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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Boston Morning Journal, Tuesday Morning, January 10, 1865

Boston, MA: Charles O. Rogers, 1865. 54 x 68 cm. Filled with Civil War news. Relief for Savannah. Discussion on public meeting at Faneuil Hall, to supply the needy citizens of Savannah. Rebels in Richmond fear that Georgia will repudiate the Confederacy and yield to the Yankees. Report on campaign of Gen. Thomas in Tennessee-- 10,000 Rebel prisoners and 68 artillery pieces taken. Hood is speeding toward Okalona, Miss. Report on Discharged Soldiers' Home in Boston has handled 2208 men in 2 1/2 years. Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: Newspapers/Civil War.

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