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Letter, 1863 June 24

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from E.B. Ellicott, Richmond, Va., to Hon. Robert Ould, Commissioner, Va. He asks for the release of William L. Ellicott of the 49th Va., who was wounded at the battle of Seven Pines, discharged for being permanently disabled, then reenrolled by Lt. Graves at Orange Court House, furloughed, then captured near Manassas, Va.

Dates: Other: 1863 June 24

Letter, 1863 July 30

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter from L. Guild, Medical Director, Army of Northern Va., Camp near Culpepper Court House, Va., to [?], no place. He requests lists of medical officers, hospital stewards, nurses and attendants from the division who were left behind at Gettysburg or any other point behind enemy lines with the sick and wounded. The letter contains the official signatures of Hunter McGuire, Medical Director, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Va., Samuel B. Morrison, Chief Surgeon, Early's Division, and Surgeon...
Dates: Other: 1863 July 30

Letter, 1863 August 8

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from C. Johnson, Attorney at Law, Staunton, Va. to British Consul, no place. He wishes to apply for certificate of citizenship for a subject of Great Britain living nearby.

Dates: Other: 1863 August 8

Letter, 1863 August 12

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from the officers of 5th Virginia Cavalry, in camp, to Supt. R.S. Morgan, no place. They congratulate him for having been empowered to raise a cavalry company. Signed by Edward C. Fox, Captain, Company E; James H. Allen, Captain, Company H; T.W. Clay, Captain, Company G; William P. Bohannon, 2nd Lieutenant, Company E; E.M. Ware, Lieutenant, Company H; S.W. Lane, Lieutenant, Company H; and J [?] Miller, Captain, Company F.

Dates: Other: 1863 August 12

Letter , 1863 August 31

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1, Object: 1
Dates: Other: 1863 August 31

Letter, 1864 July 15

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1, Object: 2
Dates: Other: 1864 July 15

Letter , 1864 August 30

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1, Object: 3
Dates: Other: 1864 August 30

Letter , 1864 September 11

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1, Object: 4
Dates: Other: 1864 September 11

Letter, 1863 September 19

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter from J.F. Flemming, Head Quarters, 49th Regiment, to James H. Greenlee, Turkey Cove Rd., McDowell County, N.C. He reports that they have been "laying around here for two months doing nothing". The Army of Northern Virginia is drawn up to battle on the Rapidan. JEB Stuart's cavalry had a skirmish with them a few days ago. The rumors of the enemy being in Tennessee are all true. He mentions rumors of the whereabouts of Rosecrans' and Longstreet's men, and the fighting in Charleston...
Dates: Other: 1863 September 19

Letter, 1863 October 26

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Letter from Charley [?], Camp, 10th Georgia Regiment, Bryan's Brigade, McLaw's Division, near Chattanooga, Tenn., to "Mother." no place. He has not heard from her in months. Father is well and has done well in business, but misses the family circle. Father is purchasing land near Hawkinsville, [Ga.?] and sea island cotton. He is paid $130 a month for soldiering (he is a captain). He has been in 14 battles. He is indebted to Miss Mary Southall of Williamsburg, [Va.?], for the privilege of...
Dates: Other: 1863 October 26

Letter, 1863 November 12

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Letter from William M. Browne, Executive Department, Confederate States of America, Richmond, Va., to an unknown recipient. He claims that the aides of the President are in actual service and perform military duty all the time.

Dates: Other: 1863 November 12

Letter, 1864 January 15

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from George Ivy, Chimborazo Hospital, 4th Division, Ward 6, near Richmond, Va., to "Dear Wife," no place. He replies to her letter and tells her not to sell the land or the cow until he returns home. He sends regards to Mr. Childress and Mr. Casey.

Dates: Other: 1864 January 15

Letter, 1864 January 9

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Letter written by L.D. Killette, Company C, 43rd N.C. He requests that Sergeant W.L. Dew of Company C, 43rd N.C. Regiment be given authority to be absent from his company. Otherwise, send him to his company without delay or to the hospital. By order of Lieutenant Colonel William Gaston Lewis, Commanding 43rd N.C. Regiment.

Dates: Other: 1864 January 9

Letter, 1864 February 19

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Dates: Other: 1864 February 19

Letter, 1862 August 2

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Letter, 1864 March 19

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Letter from H.B. Lung [?], Lt. Col. Commanding, 62nd Va. Regt., to Col. Hoffman, Adjutant, 31st Va. Regt. He praises members of his regiment--Elisha McCloud, Jr., Robert MLaughlin, Jacob McLaughlin, Jacob Sheets, George Wilfing, Zachariah Swink, F.M. Trimble,and Elisha McCloud, Sr.. He does not approve of their leaving the 31st Regt., but thinks leniency should be shown them. He wished them to be transferred to the 62nd Va. Regt.

Dates: Other: 1864 March 19

Letter, 1864 July

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the File: Letter from Jubal A. Early, no place, to General Bradley T. Johnson and General John McCausland, Commanding Cavalry, no place. In response to General David Hunter burning of the homes of Edmond I. Lee, Alexander R. Boteler, and Andrew Hunter in Jefferson County, Va., [W. Va.], the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., and the iron works and home of Joseph R. Anderson in Botetourt County, Va., he orders the two generals to demand the immediate payment of $500,000 "and, if not paid,...
Dates: Other: 1864 July

Letter, 1864 July 20

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Letter from Henrietta B. Lee, Shepherdstown, W. Va., to General David Hunter. She angrily denounces him and his underling Captain Martindale for the burning of her home. Typescript.

Dates: Other: 1864 July 20

Telegram, 1865 January 26

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Message from E.B. Branch, Petersburg, Va., to John Moncure Robinson, Engineer F. [?] C., Care of Q.M. General. "The Comet" [a railroad engine?] will be ready Saturday night. He plans to have her in No. 6. He requests a telegraph from Mr. Gill.

Dates: Other: 1865 January 26

Telegram, 1865 January 26

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Message from C.A. Sanford, Petersburg, Va., to Capt. John Moncure Robinson, Richmond, Va. In response to Maj. Branch showing him part of a letter about "the Comet," he will rent the [railroad?] engine to Mr. Gill if he wishes but do not expect them to work it or his road in any other way.

Dates: Other: 1865 January 26

Letter, 1865 February 4

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from J. F. Carson, Camp, 1st NC Cavalry, near Bellfield, Va. to [?]. He reports that he is well, tired of war, and that some "rowdy boys" tried to relieve the guard but Maj. McCloud came down and quieted them. He tells of the men's reaction to reports of peace. He hopes to hear soon that the Confederacy is "free and independent". Capt. White of Warren was the successful Knight at the "grand tournament".

Dates: Other: 1865 February 4

Letter, 1865 March-April

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from William Lyons, no place, to Mr. Hendirsin [Henderson?], Chief Examiner, Onadago, no place. He requests that he see Mister Brown the paymaster at the Onadago and have his accounts sent to the hospital as he had been discharged a month ago. The letter includes a note from W.L. Nicole, Fort Darling, dated April 5, 1865, stating that the chief wished him to act on this letter and hopes that he will also.

Dates: Other: 1865 March-April

Affidavit, undated

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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The undated legal document is evidence given against James and Rufus Bobbett, Daniel Fultinear, and William and Charles Crawford for waylaying [Gen E.B.?] Tyler's men previous to the Battle at Cnf. Lang. [Carnifex Ferry, W.Va.?]. Signed by Francis Crawford and Margaret Crawford.

Dates: Other: undated

Letter, undated

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Letter from John H. Leeth [?], no place to [?]. He lists various food items and their costs. He saw Bob as he was leaving the regiment. He sends his regards and hopes the recipient will write. Incomplete.

Dates: Other: undated

Letter, 1862 August 18

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 14, Folder: 1
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Letter from General James (Jim) Sanks Brisbin while near Williamsburg to his wife. He describes camp life on the march from the Peninsula including the rivalry between the regulars and the volunteers, the building of a pontoon bridge across the Chickahominy River and the severe disciplining of his cook. He's in charge of the supply train which includes the baggage for Gen. George B. McClellan. Typescript included.

Dates: Other: 1862 August 18