The New-York Times
FROM GEN. BURNSIDE'S ARMY. / Sturgis' Division Crossing the Rappahannock on Saturday. / An Abortive Rebel Attempt on the Subsistence Train. / IMPORTANT GENERAL ORDERS. / The Army Divided into Three Grand Divisions. / The Right Commanded by Gen. Sumner, the Left by Gen. Franklin, and the Centre by Gen. Hooker. / A Reserve Division Commended by General Sigel. / WEST COAST OF FLORIDA. / NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. / General Order from the President. / A More Strict Observance of the Sabbath in the Army and Navy Enjoined. FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. / THE ETNA OFF CAPE RACE. / Mr. Bright Applauding the Emancipation Proclamation. / A Collision Betweed Italian and Austrian Troops. / THE AFFAIRS OF GREECE UNSETTLED. / Cotton Still Going Up Breadstuffs and Provisions Dull.
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Left side of paper seems to be damaged. Paper contains some 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. 232.