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Civil War Harper's Weekly, June 1, 1861

This Harper's Weekly newspaper features General Butler on the cover. It also has a nice full page illustration of the entire Confederate Cabinet. It also has a nice story on the first Soldier to die in the Civil War, and various other news of the War.

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General Butler

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Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Cabinet

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[JUNE 1, 1861.

346

SAND-BAG BATTERY, COMMANDING THE ROAD TO HARPER'S FERRY, NEAR THE RELAY HOUSE—BUILT BY LIEUTENANT W. H. McCARTNEY, BOSTON LIGHT ARTILLERY.  [SKETCHED BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST.]

RELAY-HOUSE BATTERIES.

WE publish herewith, from sketches by our special artist, pictures of the

BATTERIES ERECTED ON THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD BY THE UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. The occupation of

the Relay House, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, was the condition precedent to the occupation of Baltimore.

These fortifications were erected, and are manned by the Massachusetts volunteer artillery - a gallant and useful body of men.

THE BOUQUET BATTERY, COMMANDING THE BRIDGE AT THE RELAY HOUSE, LIEUTENANT JOSIAH PORTER, BOSTON LIGHT ARTILLERY, COMMANDING. [SKETCHED BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST.]

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