The New-York Times
THE VICTORY AT CORINTH. / The Enemy Intercepted in their Flight by Gens. Hurlbert and Ord. / Another Battle of Seven Hours' Duration. / The Rebels Driven Back Again Toward Corinth. / They Are Again Attacked by Rosecrans and Completely Routed. / Everything Thrown Away in Their Flight. // A VICTORY IN MISSOURI. / Gen. Schofield Whips 15,000 Rebels at Newtonia. / The Advantage Followed Up. // FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. / An Important Capture. / An Entire Wagon Train, with Supplies of all kinds, Secured. / Persuit of a Body of Rebels of the Great Cacapon River. // FROM BEFORE WASHINGTON. / Movements of the Rebels on This Side of the Rappahannock. / Their Pickets Within Sixteen Miles of Centreville. / A DIVISION STATIONED AT WARRENTON. // IMPORTANT FROM THE LOWER POTOMAC / Another Attempt to Establish a Blockade. / A Rebel Battery Destroyed at Cockpit Point. // DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH. / Beauregard Promises to Retake Fort Pulaski in Thirty Days. / The Rebel Salt Works at Blufton Destroyed. / A DARING EXPEDITION UP THE SAVANNAH. / The Expedition to St. John's River, Fla.
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Slight yellow tint. Moderate 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. 264.