REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO CAPTAIN HENRY MATHEW TALBOT, Co. “I”, 9TH GEORGIA INFANTRY

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Authorized by the War Department, Judah P. Benjamin. Published by J.W. Randolph, Richmond, VA, 1862. Owner inscription, rear eps, in pencil - “M.H. Talbot.” 420 pp., forms. In marbled boards, 7.5 x 5”, w/black lea. corners & spine w/gilt lettering. Exhibits chipping of marble covers, and moderate wear & rubbing at the extremities. Else good plus & solid, w/ tight spine signatures.

Henry Mathew Talbot was a resident of Bulloch County, GA, who enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant and was commissioned into Co. “I” , 9th GA Infantry, 6/10/1861. He promoted to Captain, 6/16/1862, and resigned on 7/17/1863. He was made Aide-de-Camp to Governor Brown, 8/14/1864, and then commissioned into Georgia’s Talbot State Troop Cavalry, 8/31/1864. Accompanied by documentation, but inviting further research.

Superb Confederate collectible, w/Georgia identification.    [jp]

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