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New York:

BOUNTY TO EIGHTY-FOURTH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS. LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR, IN ANSWER TO A RESOLUTION OF THE 26TH ULTIMO, RELATIVE TO THE 84TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS HAVING RECEIVED ONLY $50 ADDITIONAL BOUNTY. APRIL 13, 1868.

HED249., 40th Cong., 2d Sess.: 1868 2pp. Disbound. Caption-title [as issued]. Very Good. "Most of the cases of the 84th New York volunteers were paid one hundred dollars additional bounty...some few cases were paid but fifty dollars, for the reason...they enlisted before April 19, 1861...." The Paymaster General agrees that those volunteers who enlisted before April 19, but did indeed serve their full three years, will be entitled to the same one hundred dollars bounty paid to those who enlisted after that date.


Book Id: 19101

Price: $25.00

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