[an image is available in the NY Historical Society's Digital online collection; available through the Library of Congress's American Memory]
[Thanks to Eileen Campos for telling me about it!]
RALLY FOR THE DEFENCE OF [picture of an eagle] THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION.
A LIMITED NUMBER OF
GOOD MEN WANTED
To fill up COMPANY D, attached to
COL. GREGORY'S RECIMENT [sic].
CAPT. SINEX served with credit to himself and his country in Col. Frank Patterson's Regiment in the three
months' service. Men who join this Company are mustered in immediately.
PAY AND RATIONS COMMENCE AT ONCE.
HEAD QUARTERS OF THE COMPANY,
Broad and South Streets.
Capt. JOS H. SINEX, First Lieut. JAS. B. DIEHL, Second Lieut. H. B. FAUST.
[sold in a firearms auction featuring the Wiley Sword Collection (searched 14 Feb 2005)]
DON'T WAIT to be PRESSED!
Immediately in Col.
Edw'd E. WALLACE'S REGIMENT OF
Now fast making up, and to be Mustered in at once.
[hand pointing right] RATIONS and PAY to commence as
soon as ENROLLED.
All able bodied men who are willing to submit to strict Military Discipline are invited to call at the
Morse Literary Institute,
Frankford Road and York Streets
CAPT'N CHAS. L. BROWN.
Philada: Sept'r 2nd, 1861 Lever & McKee, Book and Job Printers, Second and Thompson Streets, Phila
[location: Civil War Library and Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; presented by George W. Eyre, son of Lt. Benj. B Eyre]
[picture of eagle with shield]
20 GOOD MEN WANTED
TO FILL CO. I
COL. E. M. GREGORY'S REGIMENT
Now to Camp at Kingsessing, on the Darby Road [hand pointing right] Men who join
this Company are mustered in immediately, and clothed with the Re-
gulation Uniform--Pay and Rations commence at once.
[Thanks to Joe Fulginiti for this image]
[Does the reference to the regiment as "P.V." (sc. Pennsylvania Volunteers) instead of "P.V.V." (sc. Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers) indicate that the poster precedes their reenlistment as veterans in December 1863?
Gregory was detached to the recruiting service on 17 February 1864, and returned to the regiment on 29 April 1864.
But the evidence I have for 1864 is good, and does not indicate that Closson was similarly detached, while the evidence for the earlier period is more limited, partly because of the loss of regimental books.]
91st [an eagle, with a banner reading] Fall in & Keep Step to the Music of the Union 91st
COL. E. M. GREGORY
ONE MONTH'S PAY IN ADVANCE!
$25 U.S. Bounty in Cash, $50 Philadelphia City Bounty,
$10 Extra Bounty, and $75 U. S. Bounty at the End of the War.
YOUNG, ACTIVE, ABLE-BODIED MEN
Wanted at Once to fill this Regiment, now in the field. Recruiting Stations,
620 Chestnut Street, and
N. W. COR. OF RIDGE AVENUE & COATES ST.
Lieut. JAS. H. CLOSSON, Lieut. J. A. GREGORY.
U.S. Steam-Power Book and Job Printing Establishment, Ledger Buildings, Third and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia