1 p., 4to. Accepting commission as commander of artillery. Pender was wounded at Gettysburg and died shortly thereafter. -- HINDMAN, Thomas C. (1828-1868) ALS ("T. C. Hindman") to Gen. Walker, Dalton, Ga., 9 January 1864. 1 p., 4to., inlaid. ENDORSEMENTS OF GENERAL WALKER ON VERSO. Hindman declines to comply with a request for information from Walker, and refuses to "admit any inquisitorial rights in you." -- HOKE, Robert (1837-1912). ALS ("R. F. Hoke") to Gen. Dearing, Greenville, 1 May 1864. 1 p., 4to., tipped to a larger sheet. Congratulates Dearing on promotion to Brigadier General, and notes movement to the bridge and suggests meeting at headquarters. -- STEVENS, Clement H. (1821-1864). ANS ("C. H. Stevens") to Maj. Elison Capers, Hampstead, 2 May 1861. 1 p., 8vo., inlaid. An invitation to dinner. Stevens fought at First Bull Run, Vicksburg and Chickamauga, and was killed in the Atlanta campaign. -- TILGHMAN, Lloyd (1816-1863) ALS ("Lloyd Tilghman") to Jefferson Davis, 21 October 1862. 2 pp., 4to. Recommending his son as aide-de-camp. Tilghman fought at Forts Henry and Donelson, Corinth and Vicksburg, and was killed at Champion's Hill. RARE. -- WALKER, Leroy (1817-1884). ALS ("L. P. Walker"), in a secretarial hand, to Gen. Ruggles, Alabama, 28 February 1862. 1 p., 4to. Concerning a battery and requesting approval. -- WALKER. ALS to Gen. Cooper. 14 September 1861. 1 p., 4to., inlaid. Concerning the office of Maj. John Tyler. -- HAYS, Harry (1820-1876). ANS ("Harry T. Hays"), Headquarters, Lynchburg, 20 June 1864 . 1 p., oblong. A pass for T. Hildebrand. Together eight items. (8) " /> [CONFEDERATE GENERALS] A STRONG GROUP OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL OFFICERS, SEVERAL OF WHOM DIED IN BATTLE. -- PENDER, William D. (1834-1863) Autograph letter signed ("W. D. Pender") to Samuel Cooper, 9 April 1861. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. Accepting commission as commander of artillery. Pender was wounded at Gettysburg and died shortly thereafter. -- HINDMAN, Thomas C. (1828-1868) ALS ("T. C. Hindman") to Gen. Walker, Dalton, Ga., 9 January 1864. <I>1 p., 4to., inlaid</I>. ENDORSEMENTS OF GENERAL WALKER ON VERSO. Hindman declines to comply with a request for information from Walker, and refuses to "admit any inquisitorial rights in you." -- HOKE, Robert (1837-1912). ALS ("R. F. Hoke") to Gen. Dearing, Greenville, 1 May 1864. <I>1 p., 4to., tipped to a larger sheet</I>. Congratulates Dearing on promotion to Brigadier General, and notes movement to the bridge and suggests meeting at headquarters. -- STEVENS, Clement H. (1821-1864). ANS ("C. H. Stevens") to Maj. Elison Capers, Hampstead, 2 May 1861. <I>1 p., 8vo., inlaid</I>. An invitation to dinner. Stevens fought at First Bull Run, Vicksburg and Chickamauga, and was killed in the Atlanta campaign. -- TILGHMAN, Lloyd (1816-1863) ALS ("Lloyd Tilghman") to Jefferson Davis, 21 October 1862. <I>2 pp., 4to</I>. Recommending his son as aide-de-camp. Tilghman fought at Forts Henry and Donelson, Corinth and Vicksburg, and was killed at Champion's Hill. RARE. -- WALKER, Leroy (1817-1884). ALS ("L. P. Walker"), in a secretarial hand, to Gen. Ruggles, Alabama, 28 February 1862. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. Concerning a battery and requesting approval. -- WALKER. ALS to Gen. Cooper. 14 September 1861. <I>1 p., 4to., inlaid</I>. Concerning the office of Maj. John Tyler. -- HAYS, Harry (1820-1876). ANS ("Harry T. Hays"), Headquarters, Lynchburg, 20 June 1864 . <I>1 p., oblong</I>. A pass for T. Hildebrand. <I>Together eight items</I>. (8) | Christie's