4 pages, 8vo, a letter from an "I.D.S," a member of the staff of General William Quarles, relating gossip to a close friend as well as the movements of the general. (2)" /> [SOLDIERS' LETTERS -- CONFEDERATE]. GRIFMAN, WILLIAM H. Autograph letter signed, Chattanooga, 5 September 1865, <I>4 pages, 8vo</I>, four months after Lee's surrender at Appomattox, southern troops are still in the field, "oh what a happy time it will be for me when we pack our knapsacks for the last time in Chatt. and happier yet when I meet those I love most on earth...." -- [ANON]. Autograph letter signed, Deanopolis [Georgia], 8 November 1864, <I>4 pages, 8vo</I>, a letter from an "I.D.S," a member of the staff of General William Quarles, relating gossip to a close friend as well as the movements of the general. (2) | Christie's