91st PA--newspaper articles, 1 July 1863

1 July 1863

['Headquarters', Philadelphia Press Wednesday 1 July 1863, page 3 [essentially the same article at 30 June 1863 p.2; and Monday 29 June 1863 page 3]]
[source: ActivePaper Archive, Penn State University (viewed 8 November 2008)]
[see recruiting]


SPECIAL ORDER, No. 2--VIII. The following places of rendezvous are designated for the enrolment and enlistment of men for service for three months, unless sooner discharged:

Commissioners' Hall, Spring Garden and Thirteenth streets, Lieutenant Colonel E. E. Wallace, late 91st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, in charge.

City Armory, Broad street, below Race, Captain Isaac C. Price in charge.

Market House, Spring Garden and Twenty-second streets, Capt. Joseph Adamson in charge.

Girard avenue and Sixth street, Captain Charles C. Phillips in charge.

When a full company, consisting of 64 privates, 5 sergeants, 8 corporals, 2 musicians, and 1 wagoner is organized, they will be immediately mustered into service with a full complement of officers, armed, equipped and moved into camp for instruction. But after an organization is commenced a smaller number of men without officers may be mustered into service and attached to other Companies if it is desired. A Half Company of Forty Men may be mustered in with a First Lieutenant.

By command of Major General DANA.

Assistant Adjutant General.

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