CONFEDERATE ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL’S OFFICE—GENERAL ORDER No. 104

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Dated “Richmond, July 28, 1863….By order of Samuel Cooper, adjutant and Inspector General.” 2 pp. Exhibits foxing of both pages, while remaining entirely legible. Else VG, in protective sleeve. This five paragraph general order treats the Confederate Corps of Engineers, pertaining to transportation equipage and chain of command regulations. In protective sleeve. Solid CSA adjutant general office collectible.   [jp]

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