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Here is a call to a war meeting held out-of-doors:--

to arms! To arms!!
great war meeting
in Roxbury.

Another meeting of the citizens of Roxbury, to re-enforce their brothers in the field, will be held in “Eliot square; Roxbury,
this evening at eight O'Clock.
Speeches from
Paul Willard, Rev. J. O. Means, Judge Russell,
And other eloquent advocates.
The Brigade Band will be on hand early. Come one, come all
God and your Country Call!!”

Per Order. [Boston Journal of July 30, 1862.]

Here are two which look quite business-like:--

General Pope's Army.
Lynch Law for Guerillas and No Rebel
Property Guarded
is the motto of the
Second Massachusetts regiment. “ $578.50 for 21 months service.
$252.00 State aid for families of four.
$830.50 and short service.
$125.00 cash in hand.

This Regiment, although second in number, is second to none in regard to discipline and efficiency, and is in the healthiest and most delightful country. “Office at Coolidge House, Bowdoin square.”

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