NEW YORK TIMES FOR FRIDAY JULY 3, 1863 - GETTYSBURG HEADLINES

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Item Code: 668-218

Full eight-page issue of the New York Times for July 3, 1863. Some of the headlines along the left edge of the paper are:

VERY IMPORTANT NEWS

FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE BATTLE NEAR GETTYSBURGH ON WEDNESDAY

GEN. REYNOLDS’ FIRST ARMY CORPS IN THE ADVANCE

AN ATTACK BY LONGSTREET AND HILL

THE ATTACK SUCCESSFULLY RESISTED

CESSATION OF THE BATTLE AT 4 P.M.

THE WHOLE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ON THE FIELD ON WEDNESDAY EVENING

THE REBEL ARMY NOT CONCENTRATED

REPORTED CAPTURE OF LARGE NUMBER OF PRISONERS

2,400 OF THEM IN BALTIMORE

Front page also mentions Jeff Davis in Pennsylvania as well as an article on the death of General Reynolds.

Paper is in overall good condition with minor browning and wear around the edges.

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