REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861—ID’D TO CO. “A”, 119TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

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By Authority of the War Department. Published by George W. Childs, Philadelphia, 1862. Regimental inscription, front eps, in ink—“Co. A. 119th/ Illinois Volunteers.”  559 pp. In blue blind-stamped buckram, 5.5 x 8.5”, w/gilt spine lettering. [Re-bound spine, w/original spine cover overlay]. Exhibits moderate wear at the extremities, & faded spine lettering. Else VG.

The 119th Illinois was organized at Quincy in October 1862. Assigned to the 13th and then the 16th A.C., it served in Tennessee and Kentucky through 1862 and 63. Ordered to Vicksburg, it participated in the 1864 Meridian and Red River Campaigns and was engaged at the Battle of Nashville, and later at the Siege of Spanish Fort, AL, later to be mustered out at Mobile, AL. During service it 24 men killed and mortally wounded and 133 by disease for a total of 157. An excellent memento of the 119th Illinois. Fine piece for Illinois regimental collectors.   [ad]

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