one page, 8vo, on Military Telegraph form, right-hand edge browned, a good war-date letter: "Sorry to say that Lateness or want of knowledge...possibly Genl Fremonts apprehensions of losing his promised troops induced the Secretary of War to let things go. Nothing is done. Except McDowell has Fredericksburgh, People capitulated -- Bridge was burned -- No information of Abercrombie's movements. I wish we could combine to strike a blow while in Richmond troops watch McClellan..."; Autograph note signed to the same, Mariottsville, 12 [?] 1863. one page, an oblong: "Orders to come to see you. Telegraph me at Harpers Ferry or Martinsburg or send word to Winchester when I can meet you..."" /> ROSECRANS, WILLIAM STARKE, <I>Major General</I>. Autograph letter signed ("W.S. Rosecrans") to Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, Winchester, [Virginia], 23 April 1862. <I>one page, 8vo, on Military Telegraph form, right-hand edge browned,</I> a good war-date letter: "Sorry to say that Lateness or want of knowledge...possibly Genl Fremonts apprehensions of losing his promised troops induced the Secretary of War to let things go. Nothing is done. Except McDowell has Fredericksburgh, People capitulated -- Bridge was burned -- No information of Abercrombie's movements. I wish we could combine to strike a blow while in Richmond troops watch McClellan..."; Autograph note signed to the same, Mariottsville, 12 [?] 1863. <I>one page, an oblong</I>: "Orders to come to see you. Telegraph me at Harpers Ferry or Martinsburg or send word to Winchester when I can meet you..." | Christie's