The New-York Times
FROM GEN. M'CLELLAN'S ARMY. / A Highly Important Advantage Gained. / The Advance of Our Picket Lines on the Left. / DESPERATE RESISTANCE OF THE ENEMY. / More Splendid Fighting by Gen. Hooker's Division. / The Rebels Driven Out of their Camps in Front. / OUR LOSS COMPARATIVELY TRIFLING. / The Enemy's Batteries Silenced on the Right. // NEWS FROM FORTRESS MONROE. // FROM NEW-ORLEANS. / Arrival of the Coatzacoalcos with Advices to the 18th. / THE SUGAR TRADE REVIVING. / An Interesting Review of the Condition of Affairs. / Particulars of the Attack on Baton Rouge. / Gen. Butler Again in Correspondence with the Foreign Consuls. / An Order Permitting the Return of Rebel Officers and Soldiers.
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Heavily stained. Slight torn edges.
Dimensions (W x H)
15.5 x 21
The New-York Times, "The New-York Times" (1862). Neil and Daniel Goldwasser Historic Periodicals Collection. 269.