1 page, 4to, yellowing, otherwise fine. Taylor writes to Jones on the "orders from your office on the subject of Rejected Recruits." Taylor, who is "not authorized to discharge recruits of [his] command who may have been rejected by a Board of Inspectors," decides to retain "Kavenaugh, Foster and Williams (recruits of that description) at this post until the accesion of the Genl. in Chief, in regard to them be made known." " /> TAYLOR, ZACHARY, <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Z. Taylor. Col-1st Regt. U.S. Infy. Comdy."), to Col. R. Jones, Captain General, U.S.A., Fort Crawford, 14 August 1833. <I>1 page, 4to, yellowing, otherwise fine</I>. Taylor writes to Jones on the "orders from your office on the subject of Rejected Recruits." Taylor, who is "not authorized to discharge recruits of [his] command who may have been rejected by a Board of Inspectors," decides to retain "Kavenaugh, Foster and Williams (recruits of that description) at this post until the accesion of the Genl. in Chief, in regard to them be made known." | Christie's