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JEFF DAVIS REAPING THE HARVEST.
BEADLE'S MILITARY HAND-BOOK
Embracing the Official Articles of War-U. S. Army. Regulations—A Dictionary of
Military Terms-Pay List —Rations—Equipments—Courtesies, &c. Price 25 Cents. For
sale by all Book and News Dealers and Army Sutlers.
No. 2. No.
BEADLE'S DIME UNION SONG BOOK, No. 2.
A Collection of the Latest and
most Popular Patriotic Songs. For sale by all News Dealers and Army Sutlers. .
BEADLE & CO., Publishers New York.
Cloaks ! Cloaks !
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Fall and Winter Cloaks,
300 Canal Street,
His Palace of Fashion,
Under the 5th Avenue Hotel,
Cor. of 23d Street,
ALL WEDDINGS supplied with
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Barnum's American Museum,
Has been dramatized expressly for
Barnum's Museum, where it is produced every afternoon and evening, with great
effect, by a talented company, with new and gorgeous Scenery, Properties and
Costumes, and with a full Orchestra. All the other attractions of the Museum
remain in full force, making the most interesting place of amusement in New York
; notwithstanding which the price of admission remains at only 25 cents.
Children under 10 years, 15 cents.
GAME, MEATS, FISH, &c.,
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RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau Street, New York..
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CARTHAGE AND HER REMAINS: Being
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ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Herrmann's Soirees de Prestidigitation
Notice-During the coming winter
it is the intention of Mons. Herrmann to visit the following cities in this
State and the West, viz., Albany, Rochester, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
Louisville, and St. Louis.
Head-Quarters for all Cash Buyers of fine and cheap Jewelry, Miniature Pins of
all the Heroes. Persons wishing to see Samples, enclose stamp for full
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ARTIFICIAL LEGS and ARMS.
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Manual of Internal Rules and
Regulations for Men-of-War. By Capt. U. P. Levy, U.S.N. Cloth, 30 cents. Sent
free by mail on receipt of price.
This day published by
D. VAN NOSTRAND, Publisher,
OUR WAR MAPS, VIEWS, AND
Now READY.—A new edition of the
choicest Maps, Views, and Portraits published in
since the commencement of the War, printed on calendered paper, beautifully
colored, Price only 25 cents. Size of Sheet, 40x50 Inches ; contains 12 Maps, 6
Views, 4 Portraits:—PICTORIAL MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA ; Correct
Topographical Maps of MISSOURI, VIRGINIA, the UNITED STATES, the COAST LINE,
etc. ; View of FORTRESS MONROE, FORT PICKENS, &c. ; Portraits of Generals
MCCLELLAN, MCDOWELL, PRENTISS, and LYON. All were drawn and engraved expressly
for HARPER'S WEEKLY, and are the best War Maps, and most beautiful Views and
Portraits that have been published. They will be found useful for reference, and
as a work of Art highly ornamental.
Agents wanted everywhere, who
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Close of the Twenty-Third Volume.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, For November, 1861. CONTENTS. BENEDICT ARNOLD.
By BENSON J. LOSSING. ILLUSTRATIONS.—Portrait of Arnold.—Arnold crossing the St.
Lawrence.—Arnold's Birth-Place.—The Assault on Quebec.—Place where Arnold was
Wounded.-Leaving the Congress.—Map of the Battle on Lake Champlain.—Arnold at
Saratoga.—Meeting of Arnold and Andre.—Capture of Andre.-Arnold and Balcarras.
THE TENEMENT HOUSE.- By FITZ-JAMES O'BRIEN. ILLUSTRATIONS. - The Dinner at
Ormolu's. — The Alarm of Fire.—Burning of the Tenement House. MAKING MONEY.
ILLUSTRATIONS. —United States Custom-House and Assay Office, New York—The
Weigh-Room.—The Court-Yard—The Melting-Room.—Old Crucibles.—Cupellation and
Parting Silver.—The Assay Weigh-Room.-Granulating.—Melter and Refiner's
Vault.—Pouring out Acid.-The Parting House.—Interior of Vault.-Casting Fine
Bars.—Precipitating and Parting Silver.—Grinding and Separating the Dust.—Kent's
Gold Separator. THE WOMEN OF WEINSBERG. Illustrated. ABOUT THE FOX AND
FOX-HUNTERS. By T. B. THORPE. ILLUSTRATIONS.—A Fox-Hunter. —Portrait of
Reynard.—The Meeting.—Riding to Cover.-The Chase. — The Death.—Over the Fence.
OLLY DOLLY. NIGHT REVELERS. MODERN AUSTRIA. By JOHN S. C. ABBOTT. WHEN THOU
SLEEPEST. By CHARLOTTE BRONTE. CAUSE AND EFFECT. THE GAME OF CHESS. THE ANGEL
SISTER. ORLEY FARM. By ANTHONY TROLLOPE.—Illustrated by J. E. MILLAIS. CHAPTER
XXV. Mr. Furnival again at his Chambers. CHAPTER XXVI. " Why should I not ?"
CHAPTER XXVII. Commerce. CHAPTER XXVIII. Monkton Grange. ILLUSTRATIONS. — "Why
should I not.?" —Monkton Grange.
ERNST II. OF SAXE COBURG-GOTHA.
By BAYARD TAYLOR. MRS. STIRLING'S RECEPTION. THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP. By W. M.
THACKERAY. CHAPTER XXI. Treats of Dancing, Dining, Dying. CHAPTER XXII. Pulvis
ut Umbra Sumus. ILLUSTRATIONS. —At the Last.—A Quarrel.—The End. MONTHLY
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Effect.—Riding.—The End.—Rowing.—The Trial.—Ball-Playing.—The
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Single Copies Six Cents.
One Copy for One Year . . . .
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it. Specimen Numbers of the MAGAZINE will also be sent gratuitously.
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