1 page, 4to, responding to an inquiry from a New Yorker, William B. Hartley, regarding financial affairs in Richmond -- BEAUREGARD, G.T. Autograph letter signed, New Orleans, 12 March 1888, 2 pages, 4to, with stamped, addressed envelope, a reply to E.T. Lawsing regarding an inquiry about Stonewall Jackson and referring to an article on Confederate Military Operations, noting that, "most of us wore our old U.S. uniforms at the Battle (of Bull Run) with our state buttons instead of the old ones...". (3) " /> [LETTERS, CONFEDERATE]. HENRY, P. Autograph letter signed to John J. Pettus, Brandon [Mississippi], 5 August 1862, <I>1 page, 4to</I>, a report to the Governor of Mississippi on the state of the county of Rankin, "...in our county the able bodied men have been so reduced by volunteering and drafting, that the militia is not only greatly reduced, but the people are insecure from an outbreak of our blacks. Upon carefful inquiry, I have ascertained that good guns are not only very scarce, but there is no ammunition to speak of in the County...the question is how can this be remedied?", "...it would be a matter of vast importance to have an organized band of determined guerrillas in each county, to cut off those infernal straggling & marauding parties of the enemy, should they come." -- MUMFORD, GEORGE. Autograph letter signed, Richmond, 7 February 1860, <I>1 page, 4to,</I> responding to an inquiry from a New Yorker, William B. Hartley, regarding financial affairs in Richmond -- BEAUREGARD, G.T. Autograph letter signed, New Orleans, 12 March 1888, <I>2 pages, 4to, with stamped, addressed envelope</I>, a reply to E.T. Lawsing regarding an inquiry about Stonewall Jackson and referring to an article on Confederate Military Operations, noting that, "most of us wore our old U.S. uniforms at the Battle (of Bull Run) with our state buttons instead of the old ones...". (3) | Christie's