CIVIL War Soldier Mutiny Stephen Douglas Hospital Washington
Captain Hannibal Davenport Norton served with the 5th & 32nd Massahsuetts and the 11th Veteran Reserve Corps. An original letter from Captain Day as Commander, "K Company, 11th Regt IC" (Invalid Corp aka the Veteran Reserve Corp), at Douglas Hospital, March 19, 1864 to Major Elias Merrill: 14 of his men have been sent to Cliffbourne Barracks for return to their regiments; many of them are indebted to our Hospital sutler and refuse to pay him. The bearer of this letter is the son of the sutler , will you please inform him how he is to proceed to get his dues? " The 1p 8 x 1" ink letter has a pencil note from Merrill in response. Comes w service info- Major Day also served at Elmira Prison Camp in 1865 and was in charge of sending the Confederate prisoners home.
He buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Edge wear, age stains, Overall VG. General Orders and other imprints. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described.
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