Confederate General. ALS, Milledgeville, 26 January 1852. 1 p., 4to. On a proposal for Georgia bonds. -- GRANT, Lewis. Union General. 3 ALsS, 26 July 1862, 1 February and 28 March 1864. Together 7 pp., 4to. Requesting promotion, including details of his service to date. -- TYLER, John C. Union General. ALS, "near Petersburg," 2 July 1864. 4 pp., 8vo, 18th Army Headquarters stationery. Mentions his promotion and a recent raid, relays a rumor: "All is quiet here altho' a deserter informed the Genl today that Genl Lee intends to surprise the world, & us, tomorrow, (the 4th) by a retaliation upon our success at Vicksburg one year ago." -- SCHENCK, Robert C. Union General. 2 ALsS and 1 secretarial copy of an ALS, [1851], 4 March 1862 and 20 May 1881. Together 11 pp., 4to and 8vo. One to Senator Foot on the Fort Wayne Railroad Bill, the 1862 secretarial letter is to Stanton regarding his military service and requesting promotion. -- BURTON, Henry S. Union General. ALS, [Petersburg], 28 July 1864. 1½ pp, 8vo, 18th Army Corps stationery. Recommending promotion of John. C. Tyler. -- WOOL, John E. Union General. ANS, Troy, 17 January 1861. 1 p., a small oblong. Re: granting a request. -- ANDREW, John A. Governor of Massachusetts. LS, Boston, 29 November 1865. 2 pp., 4to. Re: a recommendation for a page in the Senate. -- FLETCHER, Ryland Governor of Vermont. ALS, Montpelier, 27 October 1862. 2 pp., 8vo. On efforts to improve conditions in the 7th and 9th Vermont Regiments. Together 13 items. (12) " /> [CIVIL WAR]. A group of 13 autograph letters signed and letters signed of commanders and governors, including: FOOTE, Andrew Hull. <I>Union Admiral</I>. LS, New York, 11 June 1861. <I>1¾ pp., folio</I>. criticizing the process of promotions: "If the candidate's qualifications are to be pronounced upon...by the person...recommending his appointment...the examination itself would fail in accomplishing the object for which it was instituted." -- COBB, Howell. <I>Confederate General</I>. ALS, Milledgeville, 26 January 1852. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. On a proposal for Georgia bonds. -- GRANT, Lewis. <I>Union General</I>. 3 ALsS, 26 July 1862, 1 February and 28 March 1864. <I>Together 7 pp., 4to</I>. Requesting promotion, including details of his service to date. -- TYLER, John C. <I>Union General</I>. ALS, "near Petersburg," 2 July 1864. <I>4 pp., 8vo, 18th Army Headquarters stationery</I>. Mentions his promotion and a recent raid, relays a rumor: "All is quiet here altho' a deserter informed the Genl today that Genl Lee intends to surprise the <I>world, & us, tomorrow</I>, (the 4th) by a retaliation upon our success at Vicksburg one year ago." -- SCHENCK, Robert C. <I>Union General</I>. 2 ALsS and 1 secretarial copy of an ALS, [1851], 4 March 1862 and 20 May 1881. <I>Together 11 pp., 4to and 8vo</I>. One to Senator Foot on the Fort Wayne Railroad Bill, the 1862 secretarial letter is to Stanton regarding his military service and requesting promotion. -- BURTON, Henry S. <I>Union General</I>. ALS, [Petersburg], 28 July 1864. <I>1½ pp, 8vo, 18th Army Corps stationery</I>. Recommending promotion of John. C. Tyler. -- WOOL, John E. <I>Union General</I>. ANS, Troy, 17 January 1861. <I>1 p., a small oblong</I>. Re: granting a request. -- ANDREW, John A. <I>Governor of Massachusetts</I>. LS, Boston, 29 November 1865. <I>2 pp., 4to.</I> Re: a recommendation for a page in the Senate. -- FLETCHER, Ryland <I>Governor of Vermont</I>. ALS, Montpelier, 27 October 1862. <I>2 pp., 8vo</I>. On efforts to improve conditions in the 7th and 9th Vermont Regiments. <I>Together 13 items</I>. (12) | Christie's