The New-York Times
IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. / Bombardment of Fort McAllister, at the Mouth of the Ogechee, by the Montauk. / An Engagement Lasting Five Hours and a Half. / The Montauk Hauled Off with Some Damage to her Turret. / The Rebel Shot Broken Against her Armor. / Preparations for the New Attack on Vicksburgh. // IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON. / Passage of the Negro Soldier Bill in the House. / THE FINANCES OF THE GOVERNMENT. / Report of the Senate Finance Committee. / Indications of Alarm Among the Rebel Leaders. / AID FOR EMANCIPATION IN MISSOURI. // OUR FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE. / France and America—Proposed Form and Mode of French Intervention. / The Contents of the French Yellow Book. / Character of the Correspondence with the United States. / Another Article from La Nation—-France Believes Separation Inevitable. / The Programme—Cotton to be Taken by Force, &c.
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Contains discoloring and left edges are stained.
Dimensions (W x H)
15.5 x 21
The New-York Times, "The New-York Times" (1863). Neil and Sally Goldwasser Historic Periodicals Collection. 237.