Civil War Newspapers- GETTYSBURG SOLDIERS CEMETERY DAVID WILLS, BRISTOE STATION
New York HERALD October 19 1863, This is a very cool paper with David Wills' letter to Governor Curtin of Pennsylvania about the upcoming dedication for a soldier cemetery. The original date was not ok with Edward Everett, the speaker, so they moved it to November 19th. A very nice letter signed in type, Your obedient servant, David Wills- Very nice piece for any collection, MAP- THE VICTORY AT BRISTOW. MAP OF THE BATTLEFIELD OF BROAD RUN OR BRISTOW, OCTOBER 14TH 1863 DRAWN ON THE SPOT, MEADE'S ARMY- HEAVY FIRING NEAR LEESBURG- ANOTHER DARING RAID BY MOSBY'S CAVALRY- ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF THE BATTLE AT BRISTOL STATION- LIST OF CASUALTIES, GENERAL GRANT'S DEPARTMENT- IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTHWEST- DEFEAT OF THE REBELS -ARRIVAL OF COTTON AT CAIRO, NEWS FROM THE VALLEY- CAPTURE OF A REBEL CAVALRY PARTY -THE INTENDED MISSION AND HOW IT WAS FAILED, THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND TOTAL LOSS OF THE UNION ARMY IN THE BATTLE OF CHATTANOOGA- OPERATIONS OF ROSECRANS ARMY- IMPORTANT DETAILS OF REBEL ARMORIES- THE REBEL SITUATION AND BRAGGS STRATEGY, THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON- MEANS OF REMOVING TORPEDOES FROM THE HARBOR -THE TRUE DISTANCE OF MOULTRIE AND SUMTER - THE UNION PRISONERS, IMPORTANT REBEL REVELATIONS- MORE OF WHAT I SAW AND HEARD IN DIXIE -THE UNION SENTIMENT AT THE SOUTH- INCIDENTS IN PRISON, Excellent New York Herald Editorials, much more in this historic GETTYSBURG paper, nice condition, normal wear, some fading, as with all my newspapers- please look at the photos and ask questions, thanks.