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Authentic orders, Passes, Receipts, Requisitions, etc. from the Confederate Armies

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD679: Confederate Officer's Pay Account From Fort Henry, Tennessee

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Confederate Officer's Pay Account From Fort Henry, Tennessee

4th Regiment Mississippi Infantry Volunteers

Signed by their gallant Colonel Joseph Drake commanding the regiment, who was captured at the fall of Fort Donelson!


7 1/4 x 12, imprinted Confederate form on blue paper, filled out and signed in ink.

Form No. 3. Officers' Pay Account. The Confederate States to Lt. A.M. Reasons. For pay as a Lt. from 24th Aug. to 1st Dec., 1861. Co. F, 4th Regt. Miss. Vols. For 3 months and 8 days. Pay Per Month, 80.00. Amount 261.33. Stationed at Fort Henry with the account dated Dec. 22nd, 1861....  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD678: 1861 Letter Written to Captain Benjamin W. Belsches

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1861 Letter Written to Captain Benjamin W. Belsches Commander of the famed "Sussex Light Dragoons" of Virginia

7 1/4 x 9 3/4, in ink, written to Captain Belsches on imprinted letter sheet, and signed by Washington Lafayette Riddick, who was the Assistant Adjutant General of General Albert G. Blanchard at this time.

Head Quarters Military Division. The words "Military Division" have been crossed out with slanted pen strokes, and written in above is "3d Brigade." The imprint continues Portsmouth, Va., with the month and day written in ink, "Sept....  

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1862 Provision Return, 7th North Carolina Infantry

Signed by their Colonel who was killed in action in 1862 while carrying the regimental battleflag and leading a charge at the battle of Gaines' Mill, Va.!

Also signed by an officer who was severely wounded in 1862 at the battle of Frayser's Farm, Virginia


8 x 7 1/4, in ink. Provision Return for Captain McCauley's Company I, Seventh Regiment North Carolina State Troops, Commencing January 8th and ending January 16th, 1862, at Camp Graham. Itemized account for 58 men and interestingly for 1 woman, and for rations of beef, pork,...  

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Leave of Absence for Confederate Lieutenant Colonel in the Department of North Carolina

Signed by Archer Anderson, who was severely wounded at the bloody battle of Sharpsburg, Md., and was the son of prominent Confederate General Joseph Reid Anderson!

Also includes an A.E.S. by Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Broadfoot


8 x 10, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Head-Quarters Department of North Carolina,
Wilmington, N. Carolina, Feby. 7th, 1865

Special Orders
No.35

Leaves of absence are granted to the following officers for the periods set opposite their...  

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1863 North Carolina Promissory Note

Important note dealing with the concern caused by the inflation of Confederate Bonds & Currency in late 1863!

4 pages, 7 3/4 x 12 1/4.

State of North Carolina

Know all men by these presents that I William G. Broadfoot of the County of Cumberland & State of North Carolina am held & firmly bound unto Geo. B. Wetmore, of the County of Rowan & same state in the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred Dollars good & lawful money which sum will & truly be paid to him the said George B. Wetmore, his heirs, executors, administrators &...  

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1862 State of Texas $5 Treasury Warrant For Military Service

Austin, June 11, 1862. Under Act of Jany. 14, 1862, for Military Service. The Treasurer of the State of Texas Will Pay Five Dollars. Vignette of George Washington holding sword at the left. Printed on light blue paper with green overprinting. Roman numeral "V" at upper right. Fancy "FIVE" overprint at the bottom. You will seldom find these not cut cancelled like this one. Choice condition.  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD674: 1st Virginia Cavalry Receipt For Hire of a Horse in 1861

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1st Virginia Cavalry Receipt For Hire of a Horse in 1861

The elite 1st Virginia Cavalry was commanded by the legendary Confederate Cavalryman Colonel J.E.B. Stuart in 1861!

Autograph Document Signed by a Confederate officer in J.E.B. Stuart's command who was wounded by a cannon ball in 1862!


7 3/4 x 7 1/2, manuscript in ink, Autograph Document Signed, by Lieutenant John Milton Lock, 1st Regiment Virginia Cavalry.

The Confederate States, To John H. Brown, Dr., 1861 Nov. 26th, To Hire of Horse from Oct. 1st to Nov. 26th @.40 $23.80.

I certify that the above account is correct...  

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1862 Autograph Letter Signed From William Allen Parham

Future Confederate Colonel of the 41st Virginia Infantry, and commander of General William Mahone's Brigade during the 1862 Maryland Campaign

He was severely wounded in action at the battle of Malvern Hill, Va., and was wounded again at the battle of Sharpsburg, Md.


7 3/4 x 7 3/4, manuscript in ink, written by William A. Parham, while serving at the time as Provost Marshal at Norfolk, Va. in 1862. The recipient, Captain Archibald Campbell Godwin, was a fellow Confederate Provost Marshal stationed at Richmond, Va., and who would later...  

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Notice of the Death of a Private in the 37th Virginia Infantry

7 3/8 x 12, in ink.

I certify that the within named Isiah F. Letheo, a private of Capt. Jas. E. Berry's Company H, of the 37th Regt. of Va. Vols., born in Washington County in the State of Virginia, aged twenty one years, five feet, eight inches high, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair and by occupation when enlisted a farmer, was enlisted by Lt. Robert Wright at Abbington, Va., on the 14th day of March 1862, to serve three years or the war, and died at Staunton, Va., on the 22nd day of August 1862 of wounds received at Cedar...  

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Alexandria Arsenal Supplies Ammuntion to 1st Louisiana State Cavalry Battalion

7 1/2 x 9 3/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink, dispensing ammunition to Major H.D. Ogden, Comdg. 1st La. State Cavalry Battalion, itemized list includes 6000 Enfield rifle cartridges in two different calibers, 840 buck & ball shot, 1800 caps, and six packing crates, signed by Major R.L. Robertson, Major & Ordnance Officer. Dated June 27, 1863. On brown necessity paper. Exceptional condition. Rare.


Henry D. Ogden

The First Black Troops in Confederate Service, The Louisiana Native...  

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1861 Receipt For Services Provided to Q.M. Department, State of Mississippi

7 3/4 x 9 3/4, imprint filled out in ink.

The State of Mississippi

To R.L. Meredith, Dr.

1861, Sept. 14. Services of self & team of 2 horses, hauling for 1 month from Aug. 14 to Sept. 14, 1861. $50.00. Received at Iuka, [Miss.], Sept. 14, 1861 of A.B. Dillworth, Assistant Quarter-Master General, Army of Mississippi, Fifty Dollars, in full of the above account. R.L. Meredith. Light age toning and wear. Very fine early war Mississippi imprinted document.  

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Order From Chief Q.M., Meridian, Mississippi

4 3/4 x 8, manuscript in ink.

Chief Q.M. Office,
Meridian, [Miss.], Aug. 9th/64

Capt.,

You will please report at this office with as little delay as possible prepared to make a trip to Montgomery, Ala. I have some business in Montgomery I wish to have attended to at once.

Very Respy.,
Jno W. [?]
Maj. & Chief Q.M.

[to] Capt. J.C. Noble
Lauderdale Springs, [Miss.]

Light age toning and wear. Very fine.

WBTS Trivia: Lauderdale Springs, Mississippi was the site of Lauderdale Springs Confederate...  

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