From the Richmond Dispatch, 4/30/1862, p. 3, c. 4
FOR THE MARINE CORPS,
to serve at Naval Stations, and on board of such ships as the renowned Confederate steamer "Virginia," and on board of ironclad gunboats and other vessels of the Navy.
They will be entitled to receive a bounty of
when engaged in the capture or sinking of any of the enemy's craft – or even as witnesses in the action by which such desirable results may be obtained.
Men suitable for non-commissioned officers particularly wanted.
A few boys will be received, with the consent of their parents or guardians, as learners of music.
of two dollars will be given to any person who will present a recruit to the recruiting officer for enlistment, after he has been examined and received as a marine.
Good clothing and subsistence will be furnished by the Government.
For further particulars, apply at the basement under the Quartermaster's Office, 115 Broad street.
G. C. P. TURNER,
Captain and Recruiting Officer