THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 20, 1861

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8 pp, 22” x16.5, six columns. Front cover features two interesting sketches—(1) Captain Charles Wilkes (portrait), and (2) a “Map showing the Position of the “San Jacinto at the time of the Capture of Mason and Slidell.” These two Confederates were taken from the British steamer “Trent”, an action that nearly prompted war with Great Britain and which President Lincoln quickly disavowed.  Headlines include: “Another Skirmish Near Falls Church—Suppression of Blood’s Dispatch and Other Posts—From Mississippi and Ship Island.

Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. In protective sleeve w/white card backing. [jp] [ph:L]

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