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Tyler & Allegre (fl. 1862-1865) The daily richmond enquirer. [Vol. 37, no. 27 (June 28, 1864)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05959.80.08 Author/Creator: Tyler & Allegre (fl. 1862-1865) Place Written: Richmond, Virginia Type: Newspaper Date: 28 June 1864 Pagination: 2 p. ; 68 x 47 cm.

Summary of Content: Update on the situation around Petersburg from the "Petersburg Express." Report on military activity in the Shenandoah Valley from the "Lynchburg Republican." Article on the rise of gold prices in the North. News of the movement of General Philip Sheridan and General John Morgan. Item stating that the Rt. Rev. Bishop McCloskey of Albany has been named Archbishop of New York. Printed copy of the congratulatory address that General E. Kirby Smith gave to his troops. A column of police items, including one of an Irishman accused of drunkenness, a slave woman accused of stealing dresses, etc. List of casualties from 28th Virginia, 10th Georgia, Nelson's Artillery Battalion, Amherst Artillery, Milledge Artillery, and the Fluvanna Artillery. Hole about the size of a quarter toward the top of the newspaper. Ink on the back page has spread.


Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: Civil WarMilitary HistoryConfederate States of AmericaBattle of PetersburgBattleCoins and CurrencyFinanceUnion GeneralConfederate General or LeaderReligionUnion ForcesAlcoholImmigration and MigrationSlaveryClothing and AccessoriesAfrican American HistoryWomen's HistoryInjury or WoundDeath

Sub Era: The American Civil War

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