PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 15, 1861

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8 pp., 22’ x 16.5, six columns. Front cover features two fascinating sketches of (1) “Fort Walker and Beauregard—Plan showing One Position of the Naval Vessels during the Action of Nov. 7, (2) Fort Walker—Diagram of the Fort at Hilton Head, with Position of Guns”. Headlines include: “Brilliant and Daring Action of Our Men—Discharge of Fremont’s Staff—The Rebels Threaten to Hang Col. Corcoran, Three Captains and Eighteen Lieutenants—No Quarter to be Given of Asked—General Nelson’s Great Victory in Kentucky—Four Hundred Rebels Killed and Two to Four thousand Prisoners.”

Exhibits fold-marks, else VG plus. Superb early war Phila. Inquirer. In protective sleeve w/white card backing.   [jp] [ph:L]

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