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005647
World War I
Presidential Commission
Presidential Commission appointing Randolph Russell a First Lieutenant of Cavalry. With presidential masthead and signed by the Asst. Secretary of State Benedict Crowell and Adjutant General.. Dated Nov. 8th, 1919. $75.00
SALE $60.00
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10-011
Quarterly Return
of Expenditures
for U.S. Gun Boat Kineo
Dated June 30th, 1863 it is a folded four page listing for the "U.S. Gun Boat Kineo, Lieut. Comm'dg John Walters, Commd'g". One page has Master's Dept., one for Carpenter's Dept. and one for Boatswain's Dept. & Sailmaker's Dept. Has long lists of unusual items listed that pertain to the specific departments. Back page is blank. In browned ink, done in the the "Spenciarian" style of wrting. The U.S.S. Kineo was a 507-ton Unadilla-class screw steam gunboat in the service of the United States Navy during the American Civil War. $125.00
SALE $ 100.00
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A51A
1820 Regiment of
Light Artillery Payroll Receipt
For Lt. Harvey Brown, 2 Lt. Light Artillery, for Nov. of 1820. Received from Charles B. Tallmadge, Paymaster of the United States Light Artillery for pay and subsistence. $50.00
SALE $40.00
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A51B
1820 Regiment of
Light Artillery Payroll Receipt
For 2nd Lt. Thos. J Gardner, Light Artillery,  for Dec. of 1820.  Received from Charles B. Tallmadge, Paymaster of the United States Light Artillery for pay and subsistence. $50.00
SALE $40.00
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A51D
1820 Regiment of
Light Artillery Payroll Receipt
For 2nd Lieut. A. Conductor C. C. Hobart, for Nov. 1820. Received from Charles B. Tallmadge, Paymaster of the United States Light Artillery for pay, clothing and subsistence. Signed C.C. Hobart Lt. O(?) Conductor of Arty. $50.00
SALE $40.00
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84-1124
 
1865 NY Transportation Furnished Document From "Headquarters A.A. Provost Marshal General, and Chief Mustering & Disbursing Officer, Western Division of New York, Elmira, NY August 10th, 1865." Special Order No. 315 for Private James M. Schennedy (mispelled?  Shannahan who was a private in Co. C?) Co. C 2nd U.S.V.V. reported in obedience to orders, proceed to Albany, NY. Signed by S. B. Hayman, Major 10th U.S. Infantry, A. A. Provost Marshal General, W.D.N.Y. With stamp of transportation furnished to Albany by S. P. Suydam, Capt. & Asst. Q.M. $ 60.00
SALE $ 50.00
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84-1122
 
1865 Special Orders 299
Reported for Duty, Transfer
From "Headquarters A.A. Provost Marshal General, and Chief Mustering & Disbursing Officer, Western Division of New York, Elmira, NY August 4th, 1865." Special Order No. 299 for Corporal Charles E. Johnson (Co. D), Corporal James Muntis (Co.G)  and Private C.W. Andrews (Co. G), all of the 2nd Regt. U.S.V.V. Quartermaster's Department to furnish transportation to Albany. Signed by S. B. Hayman, Major 10th U.S. Infantry, A. A. Provost Marshal General, W.D.N.Y. $ 60.00
SALE $ 50.00
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1122A
1865 NY Transportation Furnished Document From "Headquarters A.A. Provost Marshal General, and Chief Mustering & Disbursing Officer, Western Division of New York, Elmira, NY August 4th, 1865." Special Order No. 299 for orporal Charles E. Johnson (Co. D), Corporal James Muntis (Co.G)  and Private C.W. Andrews (Co. G), all of the 2nd Regt. U.S.V.V. reported in obedience to orders, are to proceed to Albany, NY. Quartermaster's Department to furnish transportation to Albany. Signed by S. B. Hayman, Major 10th U.S. Infantry, A. A. Provost Marshal General, W.D.N.Y. With stamp of transportation furnished to Albany by S. P. Suydam, Capt. & Asst. Q.M. Companion to doc. above (84-1122) $ 60.00
SALE $ 50.00
 
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98-154
1864 Final Statement
 for James Ahern
1st Regt. of U.S. Artillery
Discharge for purposes of re-enlisting, it lists pay, travel, etc. owed to him and shows he had no debts. Signed in New Orleans, La. on July 18, 1864. It lists Ahern as born in Ireland and that he enlisted prior to this statement for a period of 5 years by Lieut. Arnay at Boston Mass. Signed by Frank E. Taylor (?) 1st Lieut. 1st U.S. Artillery. One fold taped, small loss of writing along that fold. $50.00
SALE $40.00
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JAN00
4
1857 Letter regarding rental fee for Hall "Cohoes, May 7, 1857" "Maj. ??? Baker" Mentions that an attorney is filing a suit against the major. Also list that Granite Hall is rented as follows: Hall to Military Co. for $75. per year...directed to R.W Baker Fort Ann..." SALE $5.00

 

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