[Washington: 1863]. 12mo broadside, two punch holes in blank inner margin, Very Good. The Order appoints General Hooker to the command of the Army of the Potomac, and relieves General Burnside from command "at his own request."
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Washington: September 1, 1848. 15, [1 blank] pp. 16mo. Dbd. Light soil, Very Good. "Promotions and Appointments in the Regular Army of the United States," to the Adjutant General's Department; and the Ordnance, various regiments of infantry, medical, and other departments.
39th Cong., 1st Sess. SED12, January 16, 1866. 1866. 63pp, dbd, Very Good.
1820. . Washington: Gales & Seaton. 1820. 7, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Light foxing. Very Good. AI 3833.
Washington: 1820. 9pp + 6 folding tables. Light foxing, dbd, untrimmed, Very Good.
39th Cong., 1st Sess. SED13. 1866. 6pp, dbd, Very Good.
30th Cong., 2d Sess. HED56. 1849. 145pp, dbd, lightly foxed. Very Good.
Washington: 1878. Each 7-1/2" x 9-3/4", 1-3pp. Wide margins, Very Good. The orders deal with promotions, discharges, assignments, prison sentences at Leavenworth, western outposts, and other matters.
Richmond, Va. West & Johnston, Publishers, 1861. 198, [2- Index] pp. Title page with rubberstamp and light soil, verso with ink accession number. Text lightly to moderately spotted. Bound in later buckram, gilt-lettered morocco spine labels, gum label at spine base. Good+. This foundation Confederate imprint also issued from several.....
[Philadelphia]: Published at the Temperance Office, No. 3 North Eighth Street, [@1842]. Certificate, oblong 8-3/4" x 5-1/2". Ornately printed in gilt on black glazed stock, with elaborate bank-note border. Subscriber's name is blank. Faded in a few spots but always visible, Very Good. The 'Cold Water Army' was a juvenile.....