4 pages, 4to, mentioning the movement of his regiment from Stanton to Winchster [West Virginia] -- Autograph letter signed, Richmond, 25 January 1863, 2 pages, 8vo, discussing the spread of small pox through Richmond. (3)" /> [SOLDIERS' LETTERS, CONFEDERATE, 11TH MISSISSIPPI]. RIDOUT, CHARLES. Autograph letter signed to Annie Ridout, Richmond, 29 May 1862. <I>4 pages, 4to, with original stamped envelope</I>, AN ACCOUNT OF STONEWALL JACKSON'S SHENANDOAH CAMPAIGN: "...Stone Wall Jackson has gained another glorious victory in the valley of this state. He attacked the Yankees on last Sunday (the 25th) at Front Royal and took four thousand prisoners, and retaken Winchester and at last accounts were still in pursuit of the enemy, his loss was only one hundred killed & wounded. It is reported that he intends to march his victorious army into Maryland, where he will be joined by fifty thousand patriots of that oppressed state, and then on to Washington." -- Autograph letter signed, Richmond, 30 October 1862, <I>4 pages, 4to</I>, mentioning the movement of his regiment from Stanton to Winchster [West Virginia] -- Autograph letter signed, Richmond, 25 January 1863, <I>2 pages, 8vo</I>, discussing the spread of small pox through Richmond</I>. (3) | Christie's