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Tyler & Allegre (fl. 1862-1865) The daily richmond enquirer. [Vol. 36, no. 100 (November 30, 1863)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05959.80.06 Author/Creator: Tyler & Allegre (fl. 1862-1865) Place Written: Richmond, Virginia Type: Newspaper Date: 30 November 1863 Pagination: 2 p. ; 68 x 47 cm.

Summary of Content: Pencil signature of "Dr D Haskins" above the masthead. Report of the arrival of 175 severely wounded men from the fight at Germanna Ford. Article praising the cavalry in Northern Virginia. News that General William T. Sherman might be reinforcing the army of the General Ambrose Burnside. Summary news from the "Batlimore Gazette," which is mostly an update on the action around Chattanooga. News of the shelling of forts around Charleston, South Carolina. Published dispatches of General Robert E. Lee. Details of the battle around Chickamauga. Letter to the editor on "The Bank Convention Scheme." Several large stains. Also some tears, one of which has been repaired with what appears to be scotch tape.


Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: Battle of ChattanoogaBattle of CharlestonCivil WarMilitary HistoryConfederate States of AmericaBattleInjury or WoundUnion GeneralUnion ForcesCavalryFortificationArtilleryNavyConfederate General or LeaderBattle of Chickamauga

Sub Era: The American Civil War

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