China and Civil War News articles appearing in Boston Morning Journal Vol. XXX, No. 8924, January 24 1862.

Boston: 1862. Mr. [Albany] Fonblanque visits the Great Wall of China around the time of the Taiping Rebellion - describes his visit, as well as the desolation to the Chinese country, a pawn brokers shop was looted and the "sacred proceeds from Yuen-ming-yuen and the Llama Temple are for sale 'at exorbitant prices in Tien-tsin." Albany Fonblanque was an English journalist and a 'reformer' of the journalism profession.

Various Civil War news announcements: The Capture of Biloxi; Battle of Mill Springs; Fort Pulaski reported evacuated by Rebels;Trouble Among Rebel Generals (Kentucky); Rebels 6000 strong at Fort Henry; No Arrival from Burnside's Expedition (Fort Monroe).

4pp, 21 1/4 x 27", fold lines, some sml splits at folds, but altogether very good condition. Item #25103

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