Item #6455 [American Civil War] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 1. Report of the Congressional Committee on the Operations of the Army of the Potomac. Causes of its Inaction and Ill Success. Several Campaigns. Why M'Clellan was Removed. The Battle of Fredericksburg. Removal of Burnside. [Bound With] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 3. How Bull Run Battle was Lost. The Ball's Bluff Massacre. Department of the West--Fremont. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War | B. F. Wade, chairman, Benjamin Franklin.
[American Civil War] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 1. Report of the Congressional Committee on the Operations of the Army of the Potomac. Causes of its Inaction and Ill Success. Several Campaigns. Why M'Clellan was Removed. The Battle of Fredericksburg. Removal of Burnside. [Bound With] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 3. How Bull Run Battle was Lost. The Ball's Bluff Massacre. Department of the West--Fremont.
[American Civil War] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 1. Report of the Congressional Committee on the Operations of the Army of the Potomac. Causes of its Inaction and Ill Success. Several Campaigns. Why M'Clellan was Removed. The Battle of Fredericksburg. Removal of Burnside. [Bound With] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 3. How Bull Run Battle was Lost. The Ball's Bluff Massacre. Department of the West--Fremont.

[American Civil War] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 1. Report of the Congressional Committee on the Operations of the Army of the Potomac. Causes of its Inaction and Ill Success. Several Campaigns. Why M'Clellan was Removed. The Battle of Fredericksburg. Removal of Burnside. [Bound With] THE TRIBUNE WAR TRACTS. No. 3. How Bull Run Battle was Lost. The Ball's Bluff Massacre. Department of the West--Fremont.

New York: Tribune Association, 1863. Disbound. Good binding. Item #6455

Octavo. 31, [1 (advert)]; 8 pp. Removed from nonce volume, and stitched into early plain wrappers; contents printed in black in two columns. Wrappers are worn with "Wade, B. F." in pencil at the top corner; additionally, previous owner name, "Rev. Dr. H. Cox / 4.14.----1863" in the center of the front wrapper. The title page of the first tract has a penciled "2" at the top corner and one instance of crayon writing in margin of the same page; additionally, on instance of crayon underlining on the title page of Tract No. 3 as well as a penciled "3" at the top corner. Some toning to the first and last leaf from the wrappers.

In addition to the detailed movements contained in the reports there are also reprinted correspondence and executive and general orders. Sabin speculatively offers 1861 as the printing date, but given the sequence of the tract numbers and the printed date of 1863 for Tract No. 1, it is more likely that Tract No. 3 was printed in 1863 or later. Sabin 69849 (tract no. 1); Sabin 33227 (tract no. 3).

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