Imprint, 3 pages, 4 3/4 x 7.
Headquarters of the Army,
Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, February 15, 1862
I. By direction of the President, Captain Harvey Tilden, 16th United States Infantry, is hereby dropped from the rolls of the Army.
II. Chapel tents, when purchased by Regiments, will be transported by public conveyance in the same manner as tents furnished for the use of the soldiers by the Government.
III. The following Acts of Congress are published for the information of all concerned:
It reads in part: That if any person shall sell, exchange, give, barter, or dispose of any spirituous liquor or wine to any Indian under the charge of any Indian superintendent or Indian agent appointed by the United States, or shall introduce or attempt to introduce any spirituous liquor or wine into the Indian country, such person, on conviction thereof before the proper district court of the United States, shall be imprisoned for a period not exceeding two years, and shall be fined not more than three hundred dollars.
Much more content. By Command of Major General McClellan. Signed in print by L. Thomas, Adjutant General.
Paper chipping at spine edge which does not affect any of the content. Excellent Civil War Indian related content. Scarce.