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    [Civil War] Group of 17 Newspapers. Including 8 issues of the New-York Tribune, 5 issues of the Philadelphia Inquirer, 2 issues of the Saturday Evening Post, and single issues of the New York Herald and the World Morning Courier and New-York Enquirer, all dated 1861 or 1862 and containing fascinating Civil War content. All issues save one are a full 8 pages. Overall very good condition.

    This grouping specifically includes the following issues:

    New-York Tribune
    , January 4, 1861, January 7, 1861, January 8, 1861, January 15, 1861, January 22, 1861, February 6, 1862, July 5, 1862, July 24, 1862.
    Philadelphia Inquirer, November 12, 1862.
    Saturday Evening Post, October 12, 1861, November 2, 1861.
    New York Herald, May 24, 1862, partial.
    Philadelphia Inquirer, February 1, 1862, April 7, 1862, April 9, 1862, May 27, 1862.
    The World Morning Courier and New-York Enquirer, May 27, 1862.


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    June, 2009
    16th-17th Tuesday-Wednesday
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