1 p., 4to. "The Secy. of War telegraphed me that my requisition for ordinance stores would be shipped to your care. Have they arrived? I sent a requisition to Col. T. Swords for coals medicines, &c. which we need very much. Our forge has been stopd for want of coals." -- ROBESON, George M. (1829-1897), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Geo. M. Robeson") to Gen. R. F. Stockton, Headquarters, Camp Cadwalader, Beverly, N.J., 26 August 1862. 3 pp., 4to. Details the organization of five full companies and three partial companies. Robeson asks that the "commissions be sent me, with instructions not to deliver them until the regiment is organized, in order that if any officer should misbehave himself, his conduct may be reported through you to the Commander in chief & the commission returned if thought proper...." -- AUGUR, Christopher Columbus (1821-1898), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("C. C. Augur") to Gustavus Fox. Washington, D. C. 22 May 1865. 1 p., 4to, Stationery of Headquarters Department of Washington, 22d Army Corps, very fine. Enclosing "sixty cards for stand No. 1 for use of the Navy Dept." -- BARNARD, John Gross (1815-1882), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("J. G. Barnard") to Messrs. Richardson, Spears &Thompson, Washington D. C., 29 June 1863. 2¼ pp., 8vo, ruled paper. Instructions and complaints to a tailor. "I wish you to make me a pair of summer flannel pants, like those I had last year." An earlier pair had been made with "French pockets," so low that his wallet and a $300 check fell out of them and were lost. "I knew that the pockets would lose what was in them & hence my sending them to you to alter which you neglected to do." -- BIRNEY, William (1819-1907), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Wm. Birney") to an unidentified recipient, Headquarters, 2d Div., 25th Corps, Army of the James, 2 April 1865. 1 p., 8vo. A short note: "It gives me pleasure to comply with the request of a brother officer." -- BRANNAN, John M. (1819-1892), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("J. M. Brannan") to Gen. James Wilson, Eastport, Miss., 20 January 1865. 2 pp., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters Chief of Artillery. Agreeing to send "Bainbridge's battery, also the regular Company belonging to the Army of the Tennessee now at Nashville....The remainder of Genl. Sherman's staff are ordered to Savannah, & that the two Depts. of the Cumberland & Ohio [be] consolidated under the command of Genl. Thomas...." Together six items. (6) " /> [UNION ARMY GENERALS]. NEGLEY, James Scott (1826-1901), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Jas. S. Negley") to an unidentified recipient, Camp Nevin, Pa. Brigade Head Quarters, 4 November 1861. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. "The Secy. of War telegraphed me that my requisition for ordinance stores would be shipped to your care. Have they arrived? I sent a requisition to Col. T. Swords for coals medicines, &c. which we need very much. Our forge has been stop<V>d for want of coals." -- ROBESON, George M. (1829-1897), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Geo. M. Robeson") to Gen. R. F. Stockton, Headquarters, Camp Cadwalader, Beverly, N.J., 26 August 1862. <I>3 pp., 4to</I>. Details the organization of five full companies and three partial companies. Robeson asks that the "commissions be sent me, with instructions not to deliver them until the regiment is organized, in order that if any officer should misbehave himself, his conduct may be reported through you to the Commander in chief & the commission returned if thought proper...." -- AUGUR, Christopher Columbus (1821-1898), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("C. C. Augur") to Gustavus Fox. Washington, D. C. 22 May 1865. <I>1 p., 4to, Stationery of Headquarters Department of Washington, 22d Army Corps, very fine</I>. Enclosing "sixty cards for stand No. 1 for use of the Navy Dept." -- BARNARD, John Gross (1815-1882), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("J. G. Barnard") to Messrs. Richardson, Spears &Thompson, Washington D. C., 29 June 1863. <I>2¼ pp., 8vo, ruled paper</I>. Instructions and complaints to a tailor. "I wish you to make me a pair of summer flannel pants, like those I had last year." An earlier pair had been made with "French pockets," so low that his wallet and a $300 check fell out of them and were lost. "I <I>knew</I> that the pockets would lose what was in them & hence my sending them to you to alter which you neglected to do." -- BIRNEY, William (1819-1907), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Wm. Birney") to an unidentified recipient, Headquarters, 2d Div., 25th Corps, Army of the James, 2 April 1865. <I>1 p., 8vo</I>. A short note: "It gives me pleasure to comply with the request of a brother officer." -- BRANNAN, John M. (1819-1892), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("J. M. Brannan") to Gen. James Wilson, Eastport, Miss., 20 January 1865. <I>2 pp., 8vo, on stationery of Headquarters Chief of Artillery</I>. Agreeing to send "Bainbridge's battery, also the regular Company belonging to the Army of the Tennessee now at Nashville....The remainder of Genl. Sherman's staff are ordered to Savannah, & that the two Depts. of the Cumberland & Ohio [be] consolidated under the command of Genl. Thomas...." <I>Together six items</I>. (6) | Christie's