The New-York Times
UNION RATIFICATION IN BROOKLYN. / Wadsworth and Tremain Indorsed and the Republican Platform Supported. / Fifteen Thousand Voters in Hearing. / Lyman Tremain Before the People. / He Answers Gov. Seymour and Annihilates his Specious Arguments. / Speeches of Lyman Tremain, Rev. Dr. Cox, Mr. Robinson of Florida, S.B. Chittenden, Senator Pierson, and Others. / Outside Meetings Grea and Enthusi-astic Demonstration. // GRAND GERMAN UNION RALLY. / Address of Gen. James S. Wadsworth. / Speeches of Prof. Reinhold, Weil von Gernsbach, Capt, R.W. Raymond, and Dr.Rndolph Dulon. / Emancipation Indorsed, the Government Sustained, and the War to be Carried on to Victory. // FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. / Our Forces Steadily Advancing into Virginia. / A MOVEMENT ON THE ENEMY'S FLANK. / LEE STILL AT WINCHESTER. / A Skirmish with Stuart's Rebel Cavalry.
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Left side of paper seems to be damaged and have stains.
Dimensions (W x H)
15.5 x 21
The New-York Times, "The New-York Times" (1862). Neil and Sally Goldwasser Historic Periodicals Collection. 231.