Jackson's old United States bounty land and pension office. E.O. Jackson, attorney-at-law and pension agent, No. 138 South Third Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa., [n.d.].

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"Jackson's old United States bounty land and pension office. E.O. Jackson, attorney-at-law and pension agent, No. 138 South Third Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa. : Bounty land, back pay, extra pay, prize money and pension claims promptly attended to. Charges moderate, and no charge till claim is obtained. Having been engaged for more than ten years in the business, I feel entire confidence in promising satisfaction to all who may confide their claims to me. I have a reliable agent at Washington to push the claims through at once. Many seamen of the Mexican War, their widows or heirs, are still entitled to extra pay. The rolls of over 110,000 soldiers and seamen can be found at this office. Land warrants carefully & promptly assigned. The highest price paid for land warrants."



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