PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 7, 1861

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8 pp., 22’ X 16.5, six columns. Front cover features striking illustration of a sword—“Philadelphia’s Gift to General McClellan.”  Additional headlines: “Gov. Gamble and the Missouri Volunteers—From General Banks column—Fearful Gales at Hatteras Inlet—Gen. Fremont Refuses to Serve as a Subordinate—Arrival of General Hunter.”

Exhibits Fold-marks, two small black stains, else VG. Solid early-war Inquirer. In protective sleeve w/white card backing. [jp] [ph:L]

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