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UD2600

Officers Collecting Money in New Orleans Will Make a Full Return

5 x 7 3/4, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf,
New Orleans, June 2, 1862

General Orders No. 37

All officers and others collecting money for and in behalf of the United States will make a full and explicit return of such moneys up to the 1st of June current, to this office; also of their expenditures and doings in that behalf.

By Command of MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER

R.S. DAVIS, CAPT. AND A.A.A.G.

Excellent condition. Scarce.  

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Commissioned Officers Must Report to General Butler's Headquarters

5 x 7 3/4, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf,
New Orleans, May 27, 1862

General Orders No. 39

No person coming as a commissioned officer, to join the troops of this Department, shall be assigned for duty until such person shall have first reported himself to these Headquarters.

By Command of MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER

R.S. DAVIS, CAPT. AND A.A.A.G.

Excellent condition. Scarce.  

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General Butler Orders That No Officer Commanding a Post Can Leave Without Permission of His Headquarters

5 x 8, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf
New Orleans, June 20, 1862

General Orders No. 43

No Officer commanding a Post, can leave said Post without obtaining permission from the Headquarters of the Department.

By command of MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER

R.S. DAVIS, Capt. and A.A.A.G.

Excellent. Scarce Department of the Gulf imprint.  

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General Ben Butler Orders Soldiers in the Department of the Gulf to be Paid

5 x 7 3/4, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf
New Orleans, August 27, 1862

General Orders No. 65

Commanders of Brigades in this Department will have their respective commands mustered for pay on the last day of this month.

By command of
MAJOR-GENERAL BUTLER

WM. H. WEIGEL, 1st Lieut. And A.A.A.G.

Excellent. Scarce Department of the Gulf imprint.  

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1862 Special Orders From General Butler, Department of the Gulf

5 x 7 3/4, imprint

Headquarters Department of the Gulf
New Orleans, Sept. 10, 1862

General Orders No. 68

From and after this date, all applications for discharged soldiers, or furloughs for soldiers or officers, or resignations of officers, will be forwarded to the Medical Director, Dr. Chas. McCormick.

By command of
MAJOR-GENERAL BUTLER

R.S. DAVIS, Capt. And A.A.A.G.

Scarce Department of the Gulf imprint. Excellent.  

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1864 Letter From the Office of the Chief of Commissary Stores, New Orleans

7 3/4 x 9 3/4, in ink, signed by Captain Andrew Jackson McCoy.

Office Chief C.S.
New Orleans, Jany. 27, 1864

Captain Jacob Mahler,
A.Q.M.

The barque Hazeltine failed to deliver and should be charged of her Commissary Stores as follows:

36 lbs. soap 8 1/4 [$]2.97
5 [lbs] candles 23 1/2 [$] 1.18
$4.15

Very resply.,
Your obt. Servt.
A.J. McCoy
Capt & C.S.

Very fine.

Andrew Jackson McCoy, who signed this document, was a resident of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, when...  

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Return of the 1st Regiment of New Orleans Volunteers

16 x 9 3/4, two sided, imprinted form, filled out in ink. Return of Captain Chas. W. Boothby, Company D of the First Regiment of New Orleans Vols., Army of the United States, Colonel C.W. Kilborn, for the month of April 1864. Gives an itemized account of the soldiers present and absent for duty. Also includes the names of three enlisted men who are on extra duty, two who are absent without leave and one who is in the hospital. The reverse of the document lists the names and rank of two officers, one who is serving as post adjutant by Special Orders No....  

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1863 Letter From Assistant Quartermaster's Office

To the Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, La.

7 1/2 x 9 3/4, in ink, on imprinted letter sheet, signed by Captain William McKim.

Assistant Quartermaster's Office
Boston, Mass., December 17th, 1863

Col. S.B. Holabird, U.S.A.
Chief Qr. Mr. Dept of the Gulf
New Orleans, La.

Colonel,

I have forwarded to you per Bark "P.R. Hazeltine" the Commissary stores described in the enclosed Invoice and Bill of Lading, which please deliver as addressed and advise me of their...  

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1861 Orders Regarding Adding Officers to the Quartermaster and Medical Departments

5 x 8, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, May 14, 1861

General Orders
No. 20

I..There will be added to the General Staff of the Army, four Quartermasters and eight Assistant Quartermasters, to be promoted and selected according to existing Laws and Regulations.

II..There will be added to the Medical Department of the Army, ten Surgeons and twenty Assistant Surgeons.

The Surgeons will be promoted according to existing Laws and Regulations from the...  

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Memorandum Regarding Bounty For Signal Corps Soldiers

5 x 8, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, August 12, 1865

Memorandum

It has been decided that the men of the Signal Corps shall be considered, as regards payment of balance of bounty, on the same footing of Volunteers.

They will therefore be entitled to receive the balance of bounty in the same way as Volunteers, under the recent orders for discharge on account of their services being no longer required.

OFFICIAL:

Assistant Adjutant General

There are two tiny holes at the...  

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Autograph, General William S. Abert

War Date Orders Signed regarding the discharge of firearms!

(1836-67) Born in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Colonel John J. Abert, Chief of the Army Topographical Engineers. Commissioned 2nd lieutenant of the 4th U.S. Light Artillery, on June 18, 1855, and promoted to 1st lieutenant, on March 31, 1857. On May 14, 1861, he was commissioned captain of the 3rd U.S. Cavalry, and he was transferred to the 6th U.S. Cavalry, on August 3, 1861. He served for a time as Aide-de-Camp to General George B. McClellan, and as Inspector General on the...  

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1862 Orders Issued by General Benjamin F. Butler

5 x 7 3/4, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf
New Orleans, Sept. 6, 1862

General Orders No. 67

All commanders of Regiments, Batteries and detached Companies, in this Department, having discharged soldiers or men entitled to go home, will repor[t] the same to the Quartermaster immediately, so that they may be sent by the first transport.

By command of
MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER

R.S. DAVIS, Capt. & A.A.A.G.

Scarce Department of the Gulf imprint. Excellent.  

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