1 p., 4to, light foxing. "AFFAIRS ARE COMING TO A CRISIS IN THIS REGION WITH AN ACCELERATING RAPIDITY. The body of the people appear to be panic stricken. If you can move your regiment here, pray do so. Confidence must be restored here at once. The enemy are closing over to Camp Dick Robinson and I am urging everything to raise men to move to Genl. Thomas's assistance. I have everything but men." -- ROSECRANS, William Starke (1819-1898), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("W. S. Rosecrans") to S. S. Ashcraft, Headquarters Dept. of the Cumberland, 28 March 1863. 1 p., 4to, on Dept. of Cumberland stationery. Alerting him that John C. Hagans is coming to Cincinnati to get a light draft messenger boat on Rosecrans's behalf. -- CRITTENDEN, Thomas Leonidas (1819-1893), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("T. L. Crittenden") TO GEN. W. T. SHERMAN, Brigade Headquarters, Calhoun, Ky., 7 November 1861. 2 pp., 4to, blue ruled paper, light tears at creases. "One of my scouts brings the intelligence that the force at Hopkinsville has been augmented by the addition of a Tennessee regt: and probably one Mississippi regt:. The scout is a very intelligent man & relies upon his information. He says there are now 5,000 men at Hopkinsville. I think not so many. But have no doubt that their force has been considerably increased." -- McCOOK, Alexander M. (1831-1903), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Ar. McD McCook") to Gen. Ambrose Burnside, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 16 April 1863. 2 pp., 8vo. A letter of introduction for Col. E. A. Parrott, Provost Marshal of Ohio, who will be of great assistance "in putting down this accursed rebellion." -- GRANGER, Gordon (1822-1876), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Gordon Granger") to unidentified recipient, Headquarters, 4th Army Corps, Loudon, East Tenn., 20 February 1864. 1 p., 8vo. "I am pleased to comply with your request." -- SMITH, Charles F. (1807-1862), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("C. F. Smith") to Asst. Adjutant general, New York City, Hd. Qrs., U. S. Forces, Paducah, KY., 1 October 1861. 1 p., 8vo. Smith reports: "Since the 8th inst. I have been on duty here in command of the post." -- TERRILL, William R. (1834-1862), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Terrill") to Greene, New Port Bks, Ky., 21 September 1861. 3 pp., 8vo. "I want men men. Don't put me into battle till I get men to serve my guns. Let me have them a week before hand. My collars are all too small and I find I can get more made for Fremont has engaged the town, but I will have mine cut. I hope you will get along some how if you are attacked, but I don't see how. I am trying my best. Today I tramped over the city asking every able bodied male if he wanted to enlist." Together 6 items. (6) " /> [TENNESSEE-KENTUCKY THEATRE] NELSON, William (1824-1862), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. Autograph letter signed ("W. Nelson") to Col. Joshua W. Sill, Maysville, Ky., Headquarters, Camp Kenton, 3 October 1861. <I>1 p., 4to, light foxing</I>. "AFFAIRS ARE COMING TO A CRISIS IN THIS REGION WITH AN ACCELERATING RAPIDITY. The body of the people appear to be panic stricken. If you can move your regiment here, pray do so. Confidence must be restored here at once. The enemy are closing over to Camp Dick Robinson and I am urging everything to raise men to move to Genl. Thomas's assistance. I have everything but men." -- ROSECRANS, William Starke (1819-1898), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("W. S. Rosecrans") to S. S. Ashcraft, Headquarters Dept. of the Cumberland, 28 March 1863. <I>1 p., 4to, on Dept. of Cumberland stationery</I>. Alerting him that John C. Hagans is coming to Cincinnati to get a light draft messenger boat on Rosecrans's behalf. -- CRITTENDEN, Thomas Leonidas (1819-1893), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("T. L. Crittenden") TO GEN. W. T. SHERMAN, Brigade Headquarters, Calhoun, Ky., 7 November 1861. <I>2 pp., 4to, blue ruled paper, light tears at creases</I>. "One of my scouts brings the intelligence that the force at Hopkinsville has been augmented by the addition of a Tennessee regt: and probably one Mississippi regt:. The scout is a very intelligent man & relies upon his information. He says there are now 5,000 men at Hopkinsville. I think not so many. But have no doubt that their force has been considerably increased." -- McCOOK, Alexander M. (1831-1903), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Ar. McD McCook") to Gen. Ambrose Burnside, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 16 April 1863. <I>2 pp., 8vo</I>. A letter of introduction for Col. E. A. Parrott, Provost Marshal of Ohio, who will be of great assistance "in putting down this accursed rebellion." -- GRANGER, Gordon (1822-1876), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Gordon Granger") to unidentified recipient, Headquarters, 4th Army Corps, Loudon, East Tenn., 20 February 1864. <I>1 p., 8vo</I>. "I am pleased to comply with your request." -- SMITH, Charles F. (1807-1862), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("C. F. Smith") to Asst. Adjutant general, New York City, Hd. Qrs., U. S. Forces, Paducah, KY., 1 October 1861. <I>1 p., 8vo</I>. Smith reports: "Since the 8th inst. I have been on duty here in command of the post." -- TERRILL, William R. (1834-1862), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Terrill") to Greene, New Port Bks, Ky., 21 September 1861. <I>3 pp., 8vo</I>. "I want <I>men men</I>. Don't put me <I>into battle</I> till I get men to serve my <I>guns</I>. Let me have them a week before hand. My <I>collars</I> are all <I>too small</I> and I find I can get <I>more</I> made for <I>Fremont</I> has engaged the town, but I will have mine <I>cut</I>. I hope you will get along some how if you are attacked, but I don't see how. I am trying my best. <I>Today</I> I tramped over the city asking every able bodied male if he wanted to enlist." <I>Together 6 items</I>. (6) | Christie's