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CD689

1862 Confederate Pass For Surgeon

8 x 4 1/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Military Pass. Head-Quarters First Division, Army of the Mississippi, Tuscumbia, [Alabama], Aug. 29, 1862. Guards and Pickets will pass the bearer, Dr. Abernathy through the lines and return tomorrow. By order of Brig. Gen. E.A. Paine. Wm. H. Conner, Capt. & Ass't Adj't Gen'l. Light age toning and wear. Very fine. Very desirable Confederate printed pass. Scarce.

Doctor R.T. Abernathy, served as a Surgeon in the 5th Alabama Cavalry, during the War Between The States.

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Telegram Sent to Surgeon of the Stonewall Brigade

For Surgeon of the 4th Virginia Infantry

7 3/4 x 4 1/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

The Southern Telegraph Companies. Outlines the "Terms and Conditions on Which Messages are Received by these Companies for Transmissions." J.R. Dowell, Gen'l Sup't, Richmond, Va. W.S. Morris, Pres't, Richmond, Va. Received Oct. 15th, 1864, By telegraph from Charlotte 15th. To Surgeon W.A. Holt, Gen. Hosp. Come home immediately. Willie is very sick. We will send to Charlotte for you Sunday. Answer. Julia A. Holt. Oper[ator] Please get...  

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Application For Money Due to a Dead Confederate Soldier

For a private in the Palmetto Sharpshooters of South Carolina

8 1/2 x 10 1/2, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Treasury Department, Confederate States,
Second Auditor's Office,
Richmond, Va., March 5th, 1864

Sir:

Your application for arrears of pay, etc. due William J. Isbell, dec'd. late private of Capt. Kilpatrick's Co., Palmetto Sharp Shooters, S.C. Vols. has been received and filed, and will be attended to as early as possible, having regard to the equal claims upon the labors of the office, of other business...  

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1863 Q.M. Letters Regarding The Department of the Gulf

Group of 3 items pertaining to the shipment of Union quartermaster stores from Boston to New Orleans

#1: 7 1/2 x 9 3/4, imprinted letter sheet, filled out in ink. From the Assistant Quartermaster's Office, Boston, Mass., and dated on Christmas Eve, December 24th, 1863. Written to Col. S.B. Holabird, U.S.A., Chief Q.M., Dept. of the Gulf, New Orleans, La. The letter discusses the shipment of quartermaster stores going to New Orleans by way of the Union Schooner, "Neptune's Bride," which should be nearing the Texas coast. Signed by...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2652: 1863 Orders Assigning Soldiers Unfit For Duty To The Invalid Corps

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1863 Orders Assigning Soldiers Unfit For Duty To The Invalid Corps

4 1/4 x 6 3/4, imprint, 32 pages, signed in print by E.D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General.

War Department,
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, September 26, 1863

General Orders,
No. 321

The following named non-commissioned officers and privates, having been duly examined and declared unfit for further field service, but fit for duty in the Invalid Corps, are hereby transferred from their respective Regiments and Companies to the Invalid Corps, to take effect September 30, 1863, and from that date will be dropped from...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2651: 1864 U.S. Army Letter Regarding the Schooner Neptune's Pride

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1864 U.S. Army Letter Regarding the Schooner Neptune's Pride

5 x 8, imprinted letter sheet, written in ink.

Office Asst. Quartermaster, U.S. Army,
New Orleans, Jan. 26, 1864.

Colonel,

Captain of Schooner Neptune's Pride reported loaded with oats. The schooner draws 9 1/2 feet. Shall I discharge her, or would you send her to Texas after she will have been lightened.

Very respectfully,
Your most obt. servt.
Jacob Mahler
Capt. & A.Q.M.

Docket on the reverse:

1864
J. Mahler, A.Q.M.
Jany. 26.

Advising arrival of Schr. Neptune's Pride & if she is to be...  

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1862 Clothing Account For Louisiana Confederate Infantry Soldiers

12 x 7 1/2, two sided imprinted form, filled out in ink.

The Crescent Consolidated Regiment of Louisiana. List of Louisiana soldiers from Company G, by name, date of enlistment, and clothing given to them during their enlistment, and its value. Also listed are the dates of distribution. Includes accounts of Francis Cassell, Thomas Anderson, W.B. Robinson, and Ralph Deming. "This state militia regiment transferred to Confederate service in New Orleans on March 6, 1862, for ninety days with 945 men. The regiment went immediately to Corinth,...  

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1862 General Ben Butler Order, Ship Island, Department of the Gulf

5 x 8, imprint.

Headquarters Department of the Gulf
Ship Island, [Mississippi], March 24, 1862

General Orders No. 4

A Board of Officers, consisting of

1. Col. O.P. Gooding, 31st Mass. Volunteers

2. Lieut. Col. A.B. Farr, 26th Mass. Volunteers

3. Major David R. Hastings, 12th Maine Volunteers

4. Capt. William Roy, 21st Indiana Volunteers

5. First Lieut. John Brennan, 12th Conn. Volunteers

Will assemble at the Headquarters of the 31st Mass. Volunteers, on the 25th inst., or as soon...  

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52nd Pennsylvania Infantry Clothing Account

10 x 15, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

The United States In Account with Michael Doyle of H Company, Fifty-Second Regiment of Penna. Volunteers on account of Clothing during his enlistment; the money value of each issue being hereby acknowledged. Enlisted at Scranton, Pa. on the fourth day of April 1864. Includes information for Date of Issue, Money Value, Rank of Private, Signature of Soldier, and Signature of Witness. Settled to date of discharge July 12, 1865. Signed multiple times by Private Michael Doyle with his X mark, Charles C....  

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1864 U.S. Army Safeguard Pass

7 1/2 x 9 3/4, imprinted form.

By Authority of ___ a safeguard is hereby granted to ___

All officers and soldiers belonging to the Army of the United States are therefore commanded to respect this safeguard, and to afford, if necessary, protection to ___

Given at Headquarters, the ___ day of ___ 1864.

By command of the General,

Asst. Adjt. General

"55th Article of the Rule and Articles of War"

"Whoever belonging to the Armies of the United States in foreign parts, or at any place within...  

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Change of Stations for Quartermasters, Commissaries & Paymasters

4 x 6 5/8, imprint.

War Department,
Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, August 1, 1863

GENERAL ORDERS,
No. 258

All applications of quartermasters, commissaries, and paymasters, for changes of stations, or to be exempted from the operation of orders of assignment to stations, on the score of ill health, will be hereafter taken as confessions of inability to perform official duty on account of physical incapacity, and equivalent to tenders of resignations. The officers concerned will, in ordinary course, be mustered out of...  

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1862 Imprint, Mayor's Office, City of Boston

7 3/4 x 9 3/4, imprinted blank form, with vignette of the Boston City seal with 1636 date and motto at the upper left. Mayor's Office, City Hall, Boston, 1862. Frederic W. Tracy, City Treasurer. Sir: Pay to ____ of BOSTON, a recruit accepted and mustered into the service of the United States by ____ for the ____ Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS bounty, as per order of the City Council, passed July 14, 1862, he being a part of the quota of troops to be furnished by the City of Boston, for three years, unless sooner...  

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