1 p., 4to, H. Q. 2d Div. stationery. -- SIGEL, Franz (1824-1902), General, U. S. Army. ADS ("F. Sigel"), Sperryville, 27 July 1862. 1 p., 8vo. Order directing that "B. Gen. Schurz will detail the two mountain howitzers of his division to march at two o'clock on the road to Madison Court House..." -- LOGAN, John Alexander (1826-1886), 1 p., 4to, ruled paper. ALS ("John A. Logan") to Gen. J. A. Rawlins (chief of staff to Grant), Head Qrs. 15 A. C ., Huntsville, 26 March 1864. Asking Grant to cancel a transfer. "I am informed that it is contemplated to change my command to the 17th Corps....I am now in the field with my Corps...I do not desire the change, at this late day [and] hope earnestly that it will not be made." -- LOGAN. ALS ("John A. Logan") to Col. Max Woodhull, Head Qrs., A. Tenn., Louisville, Ky., 31 July 1862. 2 pp., 4to, ruled paper. Thanking Woodhull for his service as Asst. Adjutant General. -- LYON, Nathaniel (1818-1861), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("N. Lyon") to Col. Franz Sigel, H. Q., St. Louis Arsenal, 3 June 1861. 1 p., 4to, blue paper. Passing along a civilian's bill--"a large charge for damages done." Lyon orders Sigel to report on the circumstances of this incident: "I am unwilling to commit it to the payment of such injuries as have arisen from wastefulness, or wanton mischief." -- CULLUM, George Washington (1809-1892), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("Geo. W. Cullum") to Gen. Halleck, Cairo, Ill., 9 February 1862. 4 pp., 4to, closed tear along crease. A lengthy letter detailing a host of military actions, passing along Grant's and McPherson's reports and sketches of their reconnaissance of Forts Henry and Donelson. Refers to "The German mutineers" who "are mostly distributed to regiments," and to the explosion on the gunboat Essex. "It was not reported that there were 19 soldiers on the Essex, 9 of whom were scalded of which 4 have died." -- CURTIS, Samuel Ryan (1805-1866), General, U. S. Army. ALS ("S. R. Curtis") to Capt. N. H. McLean, Headquarters, Army of the Southwest, 25 March 1862. 1 page, 4to, transcription glued onto recto. Reporting news from Kansas. -- SHERMAN, T. W. (1813-1879). ALS to Gen. McCullom, Washington, 12 July 1862. 2 pp., 4to, ruled paper, glue remnants along top edge. Resentment over removal from command. "My treatmnent of subordinates as alleged...is false if not malicious and so can be easily proved." Together 8 items. (8) " /> [UNION GENERALS; THE WESTERN THEATRE]. GRANT, Ulysses S. Endorsement signed ("U. S. Grant"), n.d. Approving request for leave by Brig. Gen. Leonard F. Ross, written on Ross's 25 September 1862. <I>1 p., 4to, H. Q. 2d Div. stationery</I>. -- SIGEL, Franz (1824-1902), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ADS ("F. Sigel"), Sperryville, 27 July 1862. <I>1 p., 8vo</I>. Order directing that "B. Gen. Schurz will detail the two mountain howitzers of his division to march at two o'clock on the road to Madison Court House..." -- LOGAN, John Alexander (1826-1886), <I>1 p., 4to, ruled paper</I>. ALS ("John A. Logan") to Gen. J. A. Rawlins (chief of staff to Grant), Head Qrs. 15 A. C ., Huntsville, 26 March 1864. Asking Grant to cancel a transfer. "I am informed that it is contemplated to change my command to the 17th Corps....I am now in the field with my Corps...I do not desire the change, at this late day [and] hope earnestly that it will not be made." -- LOGAN. ALS ("John A. Logan") to Col. Max Woodhull, Head Qrs., A. Tenn., Louisville, Ky., 31 July 1862. <I>2 pp., 4to, ruled paper</I>. Thanking Woodhull for his service as Asst. Adjutant General. -- LYON, Nathaniel (1818-1861), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("N. Lyon") to Col. Franz Sigel, H. Q., St. Louis Arsenal, 3 June 1861. <I>1 p., 4to, blue paper</I>. Passing along a civilian's bill--"a large charge for damages done." Lyon orders Sigel to report on the circumstances of this incident: "I am unwilling to commit it to the payment of such injuries as have arisen from wastefulness, or wanton mischief." -- CULLUM, George Washington (1809-1892), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("Geo. W. Cullum") to Gen. Halleck, Cairo, Ill., 9 February 1862. <I>4 pp., 4to, closed tear along crease</I>. A lengthy letter detailing a host of military actions, passing along Grant's and McPherson's reports and sketches of their reconnaissance of Forts Henry and Donelson. Refers to "The German mutineers" who "are mostly distributed to regiments," and to the explosion on the gunboat <I>Essex</I>. "It was not reported that there were 19 soldiers on the <I>Essex</I>, 9 of whom were scalded of which 4 have died." -- CURTIS, Samuel Ryan (1805-1866), <I>General, U. S. Army</I>. ALS ("S. R. Curtis") to Capt. N. H. McLean, Headquarters, Army of the Southwest, 25 March 1862. <I>1 page, 4to, transcription glued onto recto</I>. Reporting news from Kansas. -- SHERMAN, T. W. (1813-1879). ALS to Gen. McCullom, Washington, 12 July 1862. <I>2 pp., 4to, ruled paper, glue remnants along top edge</I>. Resentment over removal from command. "My treatmnent of subordinates as alleged...is false if not malicious and so can be easily proved." <I>Together 8 items</I>. (8) | Christie's