CIVIL WAR HOSPITAL NEWSPAPER, THE CARTRIDGE BOX—JULY 23, 1864

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Vol. 1—No. 21. “Published at the U.S. Army General Hospital in York, PA, on Saturday each week.” 4 pp., 11.25” x 17.75. Exhibits fold-marks, and light chipping at the extremities. Else VG and entirely legible.

Include features (Josh billings), poetry, and an editorial lambasting England and France for their pro-southern neutrality, and England in particular for allowing the construction of the Confederate raider “Alabama” recently sunk by the USS Kearsarge. Also contains a list of names and regiments of hospital arrivals and departures—Admitted, Admitted from Harrisburg, Admitted from furlough, Readmitted from furlough, Furloughed, Returned to duty, Transferred to Philadelphia, Transferred to Detroit, Mich., and Died.

Excellent hospital/medical corps collectible. In protective sleeve.    [jp][ph:L]

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