Mid-Nineteenth Century Handwritten Letter to Colonel Ebenezer Stevens, from Jeremiah Robert, Regarding Military Service -- American Civil War Interest
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Single leaf (about 7.5 x 9.75 inches), handwritten in cursive, in black ink; bulk of the text on one side, address and remnants of wax seal on the other. Flattened creases from folding, else fine, accompanied by modern notes. Jeremiah Roberts writes to Colonel Ebenezer Stevens, hoping to be excused from military service -- but, if not, how to obtain a uniform. Stevens was a trader and merchant who recruited for the 12th New Hampshire Regiment. Bookseller Inventory # D11162
Title: Mid-Nineteenth Century Handwritten Letter to...
Publisher: Farmington to Meredith, New Hampshire
Publication Date: 1848
Book Condition: Near Fine
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