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Special Orders No. 56
Head Quarters Vet. Res. Corp Barracks
Albany, NY Aug 11/65

Dated August 11, 1865. Concerns Privates Frances Bryant & Sherman Eckert of Co. D 2nd Regt. U.S.V. Vols. are herby detailed as orderlies at Hd. Qrs. Mil. Dist. of Nor. & Wes. N.Y. Albany N.Y. and will report without delay to William Ruger Capt. & A. A. Genl. By order of A. Benson Brown Capt. V.R.C. Comdg. Post Eugene D. Dimmick Sr. V.R.C. Most Adgt. Marked with "Copy Order Comdg Office 2d Regt. U.S.V.V.

SALE $50.00

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Civil War U.S. Navy
Return of Expenditures

Return of Expenditures for the week ending May 3d, 1863. Lists returns for Master's Department, Carpenter's Department, Boatswain's Department and Sailmaker's Department.  Signed by F(?) Rodgers Lieut. & Exec. Off.

SALE $ 32.00

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MRPT004
1865 Morning Report
Troy Barracks
Morning Report of Detachment Second
Regiment U.S. Vet. Vols. dated Oct. 13th, 1865. Stationed at Troy Road Barracks, Commanding Officer Major Ivan
Jailof (?) List present, absent, number on Special Duty or confined, etc. Photo only shows partial view.
 
SALE $15.00
 
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94-248
1862 Cavalry Capt. Pay Voucher For "Capt. John Coleman in K Company, Regiment Harris Light Cavalry 2 N.Y." Approx. 6"x8" in size. For the period "first of May, 1862 to thirtieth if June, 1862, being two months days, at 14 dollars per month ......$ 28." Signed by "Rob P Dodge Paymaster U.S. Army" and signed received by "John Colman." One of the most decorated Cav. Regiments, Judson Kilpatrick was its' Lt. Col. SALE $40.00
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Y1843
1898 Discharge Papers
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia
"Know Ye, that Homer C. Hathanay a Corporal of Captain Norris O. Danforth's Company F First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, who was mustered in on the eighth day of April one thousand eight hundred ninety seven to serve one year, is hereby discharged from the service of the Commonwealth of MA...." Signed by Norris O. Danforth and Charles PGaff(?). SALE $40.00
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84-1128
Wisconsin Veteran Civil War Declaration for Invalid Pension
Application
Printed form, filled out in ink by Private Andrew Jackson of CO. D, 21st Wisconsin Volunteers, who was honorably discharged at Madison, Wisconsin in 1865. He is applying because of a "wound of thigh and debility from age" for total disability. Appoints J.W. Morris of Washington, D.C. as his attorney to prosecute his claim with power of substitution. Gives his address as County of Winnebago, State of Wisconsin. Signed by Jackson at the bottom. SALE $ 25.00
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91-1068
WWI Major of
Infantry's Commission
Certificate
Issued to Sydney H. Hopson on August 5, 1917 and signed by the Asst. Secretary of War, Feb. 11, 1918. Temporarily appointing him Major of Infantry. With impressed seal of the United States of America War Office. Edges browned from when it was apparently framed. SALE $20.00
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92-1886
Corps De Afrique
Civil War Pay
Voucher No. 3

For 1st Lieut. Geo. H. Hepworth of the 4th Regt. Corps d' Afrique (Louisiana Native Guard), for May 1st to Aug. 17, 1863 for himself and a black servant, David Nasin. Approx. 11"x 17", all fold creases have been reinforced with some type of cloth tape (old reinforcement). SALE $80.00
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93-532
Civil War Eagle Masthead Discharge For "William H. Carlton, a Private of Captain Gidney W. Farrell Company H 173d Regiment of New York State Volunteers...Discharged...at Savannah Georgia by reason of expiration of term of service... born in 'New Haven' in the State of Connecticut, is 18 years of age, five feet seven inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair and by occupation, when enrolled a clerk." Stamped "Received N.Y.M. Agency Jun 29 1868 Washington, D.C. on back. Also has an Oath of Identity on the back but it is not filled in.

SALE $40.00

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7th N.Y.N.G. Certificate of Discharge "By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Military Code of the State of New York as Colonel Commanding the 7th Regiment in the 2nd Brigade and 1st Division of the N.G.S.N.Y. I have this day granted and by these Presents do grant unto J.W. Lore of New York in the County of New York a Private in the 7th Regiment an honorable Discharge from further service in the Military Forces of the State, except in the case of Insurrection or Invasion." Dated November 16th, 1882. SALE $20.00

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