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Comprising Technical Definitions
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Administration relating to Land Forces. By
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of the armies, and will reproduce, for the benefit of the readers of Harper's
Weekly, every incident of the momentous campaign which is now opening. Harper's
Weekly is, moreover, in daily receipt of valuable sketches from Volunteer
Correspondents in the Army and Navy in all parts of the country. The Publishers
will be glad to receive such sketches from members of our forces in every
section, and will pay liberally for such as they may use. The Publishers will
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with the name and address of the officer to whom it should be forwarded.The
circulation of Harper's Weekly is over One Hundred Thousand Copies. They have
already published, since the Election, over three hundred illustrations of the
Southern Rebellion, and they feel confident that the pages of Harper's Weekly
will present a complete and exhaustive ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE WAR. No person
who wishes to be informed with regard to the momentous events which are
transpiring can afford to dispense with it.
Notwithstanding the great amount
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publish Mr. DICKENS'S New Story, " Great Expectations," which is pronounced the
most successful of his admirable works. It will be followed early in August by a
NEW SERIAL. TALE, by Sir EDWARD LYTTON BULWER, entitled
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Gazetteer of Southern Country,
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Price in Sheets, colored handsomely in Counties, 50 cents, or three copies for
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(For the Use of the War Department.)
SHOWING THE ENTIRE SOUTH, FROM
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Drawn from actual Surveys, showing every foot of the Southern Country from
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Seat, Town, Village, Fort, Navy-Yard, River, and Towns and Landings on the
Rivers, Lake, Swamp, and Mountain, is marked down. Every Railroad completed up
to 6th day of July, 1861, and all those projected, are exhibited on this Map ;
every Station, and the distance from Station to Station is marked distinctly.
More than 3000 towns on the Mississippi, Red, Arkansas, and Ohio Rivers, are
laid down on this Map. All the information in the Departments at Washington
City, in regard to the last Coast Surveys, were used in perfecting this Map;
every inlet and creek is shown. The Forts and Arsenals are all laid down on
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The Gazetteer of the Southern States, Cities, Villages, Mountains, and Rivers,
giving a correct sketch of each village, where and how situated, its population,
military strength, all from the
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which are exhibited on this Map.
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