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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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Letter From Office Q.M. Cavalry, Department of the Gulf

7 3/4 x 9 3/4, imprinted letter sheet, filled out in ink.

Office Quartermaster of Cavalry,
Department of the Gulf,
New Orleans, La., April 1st, 1865

Colonel,

I take pleasure in recommending to your favorable consideration the bearer Mr. John Dickie, who applies for a position in your office.

Mr. D will I feel confident fill to your entire satisfaction any position with which he may be entrusted.

I have the honor to be Colonel,
Very Respectfully,
Your Obt. Servt.,
C.B. Chittenden
Capt., A.Q.M....  

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Orders Issued by General E.R.S. Canby Regarding the Draft

Military Division of West Mississippi

Signed by John F. Lacey, A.A.G.


4 3/4 x 7 7/8, imprint.

Headquarters,
Military Division of West Mississippi,
New Orleans, La., January 8th, 1864

General Orders,
No. 4

1. A draft of one in seven, based upon the enrollment directed in General Orders, No. 30, of 1864, will be made in the Department of Arkansas, Mississippi and the Gulf, on the 15th of February, proximo, unless the quotas to be assigned to the several Departments named, shall previously have been filled...  

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1863 Transportation Payment to U.S. Paymaster in New Orleans, La.

8 x 10 1/4, imprinted form filled out in ink. The United States To W.W. Sherman, Pay Master, U.S.A. 1863. For Transportation as per appended statement. $119.50.

I certify that the above account is correct and just, that the services were rendered as stated; and that they were necessary for the public service; and that the services have been reported by me, according to the Army Regulations. W.W. Sherman, Paymaster.

Received at New Orleans, La. the 22 of June 1863 of Capt. J.W. McClure, Ast. Qr. Mr. United States Army, the sum of One hundred...  

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Court Martial of a Lance Corporal for Theft & Desertion at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor

2 1/2 pages, imprint, 4 x 6 1/2.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, July 3, 1863

General Orders
No. 205

Outlines the charges, specifications and sentence of Lance Corporal John Clary, Company A, Permanent Party, at a court martial that convened at Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, Headquarters, Department of the East.

Charge I- "Conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline."

Specification 1st- "being on duty in the...  

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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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Mustering Of Troops Into The Union Army

4 1/8 x 6 1/2, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, July 28, 1863

General Orders
No. 239

In mustering troops into the service of the United States, the non-commissioned officers of Companies must not be mustered in until their respective Companies have the number of enlisted men required by General Orders, No. 110, current series, from this Office.

Until the muster of a Company (under par. 86, Mustering Regulations) has been completed, the non-commissioned officers thereof cannot be appointed....  

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93rd Pennsylvania Infantry Discharge

Imprinted Union eagle discharge with vignette of a spread winged eagle on top of shield with American flags, and stars in the background. 8 1/2 x 11, filled out in ink. For Sergeant Lewis S. Gingrich, of Captain Jacob P. Embich's Co. A, 93rd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, who was enrolled on the seventeenth day of September, 1861, to serve three years, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States this second day of October 1864, in the field, by reason of expiration of term of service. Said Lewis S. Gingrich was born in Lebanon in the...  

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6th Regiment Ohio Volunteers Sutler Check

Unused 5 1/2 x 2 1/4, imprint. Sutler's Office, 6th Regiment Ohio Volunteers. Paymaster U.S.A. for 6th Regt. Ohio Volunteers pay to the order of E. Kelsey, Sutler..........Dollars, and deduct the amount from pay due me. Excellent condition. These checks were filled out by soldiers of the 6th Ohio Volunteers as an I.O.U. to the regimental sutler towards the purchase of his goods. Then on pay day the appropriate amount would be deducted from that particular soldier's pay and given to the sutler. The hard fought 6th Regiment Ohio Volunteers saw action at...  

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General Quincy A. Gillmore Announces His Staff

5 x 8, imprint.

Headquarters, Department of the South,
Hilton Head, S.C., Feb. 9, 1865

General Orders,
No. 17

The following named Officers are hereby announced on the Staff of the Major General Commanding, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly. Lists 16 officers by name, rank and position held on General Gillmore's staff. By Command Of Major General Q.A. Gillmore, W.L.M. Burger, Assistant Adjutant General. Staining around the edges. Light edge wear. Uncommon Department of the South imprint.
 

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General Butler Orders His Commanders To Make Out Muster Rolls

5 x 7 3/4, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf,
New Orleans, May 28, 1862

General Orders No. 34

The Commanders of all Regiments and Corps will make their Muster Rolls for payment up to the 1st of May, and forward them immediately to Major Locke and Hill, at the Quartermaster's Office.

The promptness and correctness with which the proper Rolls are furnished will insure priority of payment.

By Command of MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER

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

Excellent condition. Scarce.  

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