1 p., 8vo, tipped to a larger sheet. MOVING TOWARDS ANTIETAM: "I marched this morning via Adamstown not knowing that Franklin was on the road and find myself halted by his train--but will probably get over the mountain before night." Later that afternoon, at "3½ P.M.," Couch writes: "My 4 guns have got over and Infantry coming down." -- DELAFIELD, Richard (1798-1873), General, U. S. Army. Autograph letter signed ("Richd Delafield") to Professor Joseph Henry, Engineering Dept., Washington D. C., 25 January 1865. 1 p., 8vo, ruled paper, stains on top corners. AN OFFER TO A GREAT AMERICAN SCIENTISTS AT THE SMITHSONIAN "The astronomical and such like instruments and apparatus, I can have stored and otherwise taken care of, in the apartments assigned to this Department, in case you have no suitable place at the Smithsonian building remaining fit for use. Please say what may be your wishes on this subject." -- KING, Rufus (1814-1876), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Rufus King") to an unidentified recipient, Camp Kalarama, Washington, 16 August 1861. 2 pp., 8vo. Letter of recommendation for three officers under his command. -- CARLETON, James Henry (1814-1873), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("James H. Carlton") to Henry M. Benedict, Sante Fe, N.M. 9 March 1864. 1 p., 4to, stationery of Headquarters, Department of New Mexico. Promising to send autographs for charitable sale and regretting he was not able to send some for "your Great Fair." -- CRAWFORD, Samuel Wylie (1829-1892), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("S. W. Crawford") to Dr. Camac, 14 September 1864. 3 pp., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters, 3d Div., 5th Corps. CONCERNS FOR A WOUNDED AIDE. "It has been our object with all my family to do everything in our power for this excellent boy, & I do so deeply regret that his being with me should have resulted so seriously. You will I know do what you can for him." -- CURTIS. ALS ("S. R. Curtis") to unidentified correspondent, Fort Leavenworth, 21 June 1864. 1 p., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters, Department of Kansas. Passing along a request from a Mrs. Anthony Kane seeking information on the whereabouts of her husband. -- HOWE, Albion Parris (1818-1897), General. U. S. Army. ALS ("A. P. Howe") TO EDWIN M. STANTON, Washington D. C., 29 November 1864. 2 pp., 4to. A letter of recommendation for Capt. Albert M. Harper. Together seven items. (7) " /> [UNION ARMY GENERALS]. COUCH, Darius Nash (1822-1897), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. Autograph letter signed, in pencil ("D. N. Couch") to Gen. Marcy, Div. Headquarters, 2½ miles from Jefferson [1862]. <I>1 p., 8vo, tipped to a larger sheet</I>. MOVING TOWARDS ANTIETAM: "I marched this morning via Adamstown not knowing that Franklin was on the road and find myself halted by his train--but will probably get over the mountain before night." Later that afternoon, at "3½ P.M.," Couch writes: "My 4 guns have got over and Infantry coming down." -- DELAFIELD, Richard (1798-1873), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Rich<V>d Delafield") to Professor Joseph Henry, Engineering Dept., Washington D. C., 25 January 1865. <I>1 p., 8vo, ruled paper, stains on top corners</I>. AN OFFER TO A GREAT AMERICAN SCIENTISTS AT THE SMITHSONIAN "The astronomical and such like instruments and apparatus, I can have stored and otherwise taken care of, in the apartments assigned to this Department, in case you have no suitable place at the Smithsonian building remaining fit for use. Please say what may be your wishes on this subject." -- KING, Rufus (1814-1876), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Rufus King") to an unidentified recipient, Camp Kalarama, Washington, 16 August 1861. <I>2 pp., 8vo</I>. Letter of recommendation for three officers under his command. -- CARLETON, James Henry (1814-1873), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("James H. Carlton") to Henry M. Benedict, Sante Fe, N.M. 9 March 1864. <I>1 p., 4to, stationery of Headquarters, Department of New Mexico</I>. Promising to send autographs for charitable sale and regretting he was not able to send some for "your Great Fair." -- CRAWFORD, Samuel Wylie (1829-1892), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("S. W. Crawford") to Dr. Camac, 14 September 1864. <I>3 pp., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters, 3d Div., 5th Corps</I>. CONCERNS FOR A WOUNDED AIDE. "It has been our object with all my family to do everything in our power for this excellent boy, & I do so deeply regret that his being with me should have resulted so seriously. You will I know do what you can for him." -- CURTIS. ALS ("S. R. Curtis") to unidentified correspondent, Fort Leavenworth, 21 June 1864. <I>1 p., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters, Department of Kansas</I>. Passing along a request from a Mrs. Anthony Kane seeking information on the whereabouts of her husband. -- HOWE, Albion Parris (1818-1897), <I>General. U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("A. P. Howe") TO EDWIN M. STANTON, Washington D. C., 29 November 1864. <I>2 pp., 4to</I>. A letter of recommendation for Capt. Albert M. Harper. <I>Together seven items</I>. (7) | Christie's