Document Type

Newspaper

Title

New-York Daily Tribune

Publisher

Greeley & McElrath

Publication Day

Thursday

Publication Date

10-9-1862

Description

The Great Battle Near Corinth. / Interesting Details of the Fighting. / The Rebels Largely Outnumbered Our force / They Push Our Army Back Five Miles. / The Battle Renewed the Next Day. / Impetuous Charges by the Rebels. / They Rush Against Batteries, through Fortifications, and intor the Streets of the Town. / Terrible Havoc by Our Batteries. / A Gloomy Aspect for the Gallant Band of Unionists. / A Grand Rally and a Victory. / Defeat and Utter Rout of the Rebels. / They Have Twenty Killed to Our One. // From Washington. / Description of the Rebel Fort Darling / Officers Away from Their Commands. / The Enforcement of the Rebel Conscript Law. / Soldiers Used to Drive Them Into the Ranks. / Inspection of Gen. Sigel's Corps / It Makes a Splendid Appearance. / Interesting Ceremony and Speeches. // The Union War Nominations. / Grand Ratification Meeting. / All Hail to the President's Proclamation. / Speeches by Wm. Curtis Noyes, Daniel S. Dickinson, Lyman Tremain, Henry B. Stanton, Horace Greeley, and Others.

Place of Publication

New York, NY

Volume

22

Issue

6713

Frequency

Daily (except Sunday)

Price

2 cents

Condition

Good

Dimensions (W x H)

16 x 21

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