New Haven: Peck, White & Peck; Morris & Benham, 1863-1865. Volume I: 242,  pp; Volume II is continuously paginated , 243-510, , -522,  pp. Each number was separately issued, and is here separately stitched as issued [except for December 1864, which is disbound]. Untrimmed. Scattered foxing, last page of No. 1, Volume I, has a tear affecting some text. The issues ound together in later cloth. Very Good.
The Editor explains, "We hope by correspondence from each regiment, to give every month a correct statement of all matters of general interest connected with our soldiers; to make this Journal a medium of communication from the soldiers to our citizens, and from their homes to the soldiers; to give biographical sketches of all who distinguish themselves...We intend to give a history of each of our twenty-eight regiments from the beginning to the end of their respective terms of service."
Numerous advertisements from local merchants are printed.
Bartlett 1005. Sabin 15713. Not in Nevins or Lomazow. OCLC records plenty of facsimiles, but only two originals as of September 2022: the Clements [OCLC 945088205], and the New York Society Library [OCLC 1322269963]. Item #38657